Environmental Career Paths Less Traveled By People In India
Unconventional careers that are commonplace in other countries are fast becoming a popular choice in India for many good reasons
Global University Rankings 2011
Welcome to the Education Times & Youth Inc Global University Rankings 2011. This intensive research exercise has polled thousands of people in over 30 countries to rank the...
From Inspiration to Perfection
The art of converting the space contained within four bare walls into a loving and cosy space has gone far beyond just interior design. Nisha...
Seven forms. Innumerable mudras and bhavas. A taal and you’re set. That’s the charm of Indian classical dance, finds a youth inc correspondent. The sensuous...
So you want to make a break into the television or film industry, but you have no idea where to begin. Youth Inc lets...
The Status of Science
With popular disciplines like finance and management taking front seat, are the pure sciences slowly declining in India? Youth Inc finds out
Cook it Up! (George Bernard Shaw)
Ever thought about the process of food from raw materials to delectable dishes at your restaurant table? Shraddha Kamdar finds out what it takes to be part of the culinary arts
A Time To Heal
If you think you have healing hands or simply not interested in the pressures of "pure" medicine, a career in physiotherapy may be right for you
The Glamour Quotient
Air-hostesses in earlier days were some of the most beautiful women in the country; cosmopolitan, well-spoken and impeccably groomed. A number of them went on to make matches with India's top businessmen. With the rise of low-cost carriers that are afforadble for the masses, the glamour quotient of air-hostesses has disappeared. Take a peek at our time capsule to see the who's who of yesteryear's skies!
Physiotherapists Bhani Chandok and Kunal Merchant talk to Shraddha Kamdar about their varied experiences in the field