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to have or not to have

Lisa Noronha, a student of St Xavier’s College, Mapusa is anti-uniform. Her argument is that college goers are independent individuals who would like to make their own decisions.

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keep it cool

Criticism, either negative or positive, is omnipresent in the corporate world of the 21st century.  Anger and criticism are major factors in determining the career growth of an individual. Every individual has a different perspective of looking at these two phenomena.

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First Day at my New School

It is natural for a student to have memories of the first day or last day in school. After a three month long vacation, I was glad to get started with the new academic year would.

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Archana: Second dan judoka Carving dreams in self-defence

Twenty-two-year-old Archana Sharma has been living on hopes for the past few months; hopes that the Government will absorb her as a judo coach. Till date, she has received no call letter neither has there been any positive reply on the part of the Government. She says all that officials at the sports department tell her is to wait as someday (god knows when) she will be a government coach.

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Walk barefoot…

Well, I must say that most people will agree that life is totally unpredictable. In most cases no matter how much we plan in life there is something unexpected coming your way, and in all of this mess we forget to enjoy our lives! Presently, we all live the same, boring, monotonous life.

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Talk by Ganesh Rane at Don Bosco College of Engineering

Ganesh Rane, former consultant and chief technical advisor of United Nations and CEO of RRR Industries, Mumbai stressed upon the need to gain hands-on experience in industries to become successful engineers. He was addressing second and third year students of mechanical engineering at Don Bosco College of Engineering.

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Making a career in dance

If you can't help but move to the music and express yourself through music then you might want to consider a career in dance. Art is no longer just a medium to satisfy one’s creative genius, but has emerged as a well-paying source of livelihood. Gone are the days when only a handful of professions such as medicine, law and engineering were considered to be respectable and well-paid. Students, now opt for new age, offbeat career options. You will find many youngsters wanting to be choreographers, DJs, radio jockeys and event managers.

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