My experience. During vacation I taught Engineering drawing in a technical school. Just to understand it. I luckily had an uncle my fathers friend who had an electrical induatry and I regularly went to its tool room. After final year I wrote to Education Ministery and got training in Railway electric traction Churchgate to Virar. No doubt my Iviewer was impressed. I got a job in my first iv in mnc mfg lifts.
Re: Work Experience while studying in college
by Paradox on Aug 19, 2012 11:25 AM
That's GREAT.. You managed to do that inspite of a hectic course like Engineering. May your tribe increase. All the Best..
College especially if you are a Commerce or Arts student is the best place to experiment with Entreprenuership. You can have a well established business by the time you pass out. Others will be desperately roaming with their resumes. Search "team varkee" for one such smart option.
Thanks to technology, information, knowledge are at your fingertips. But how many are in quest for knowledge. Online courses/CBTs are the heights of spoon feeding knowledge, but the learner has to be highly motivated to do it. Many people get started but rarely get done with it.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s College of Communication and Management (BCCM), Hyderabad is inviting Papers exclusively from existing faculty teaching Mass Communication/ Journalism subjects (for both Under Graduate and Post Graduate students) all over India on the topic ‘PRESENT CHALLENGES IN MASS MEDIA EDUCATION AND ROLE OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY’ on the occasion of the 75th year of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan celebrations.
The paper should not be more than 5000 words including a 500-word executive summary and appropriate footnotes/endnotes etc.
Re: Are you interested in a career in mass media?
by Naresh Kumar on Aug 17, 2012 12:10 PM
For further particulars contact: K Naresh Kumar, Director (Academic), BCCM at 040-23241426, 95027 45148. E-Mail: email@example.com
Re: Re: Are you interested in a career in mass media?
by Ricky topping on Aug 17, 2012 10:57 PM
Paper presentations, conferences and such other forums are outdated.
Please remember we are dealing with what I term as "Generation C" which has altered its terms and rules of Education, Training and Learning in a remarkable way - away from what is still being practiced in many institutions even with the knowledge that they trying to do something which may noy find many takers. The 'C' in my "Generation C" refers to being "Connected" with speeds in Zetabites.