Free Press Journal
  • Autorickshaw strike hits Mumbai

    Lakhs of commuters and students were inconvenienced Monday as one of Mumbai’s biggest autorickshaw unions went on a day’s strike in the suburbs here Monday.

  • Pak jail break: Terrorist had access to mobile phone, facebook

    Taliban militants had stormed the a jail in country’s northwest primarily to free Adnan Rashid, on death row for an attempt to assassinate former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, and who was in touch with the outside world through a mobile pho
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  • News Bites

    PhD admissions at Institute for Plasma Research

  • A super collection!

    After being rejected by more than a dozen advertising agencies, Malcolm Gladwell went from obscurity to literary reverence.

  • Counsel queries

    We now have a space here for your benefit. If you have a question relating to a course, an entrance exam or the prospects and requirements of any field, do write in to our counsellor at fpjcounsellor@ gmail. com

  • Executive v/ s full- time MBA

    I am a 25- year- old civil engineer, currently working with one of the most renowned construction company in India. I have about four years of experience in a core engineering company. To enhance my career opportunities, I want to opt for an MBA
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  • Thrust on GRE

    I want to study further in the US, and I have taken the Graduate Record Exam ( GRE) and have secured a score of 306/ 340 ( 152+ 154). How good is this score? Will schools use the converted score? Is there a possibility of getting into New York sc
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  • Reference check

    Many professional and corporate houses are now following the west when it comes to recruitment. Thus, reference check has become a common feature. Job hunters should choose wisely, for references can make or break their case

  • Cutting videos to size

    Pegged to be one of the fastest emerging career options worldwide, video editing is a field that holds a lot of promise. If you have the ability for the technical and the artistic aspects, give it a thought, says Reena Jhaveri

  • ACADEMIC CORNER

    International recognition for Ecole Mondiale student

  • Diplomate National Board – Final Exam

    What? The National Board of Examinations ( NBE) was established in 1975 by the Government of India with the prime objective of improving the quality of medical education by establishing high and uniform standards of postgraduate examinatio
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  • Feedback

    Kudos to the rankings

  • Breaking the mould

    There are many stereotypes in higher education that need to be revisited. Following a controversial piece in a leading international publication, Knowledge finds out some of the least favourite stereotypes

  • Educating at large, literally

    He is known as the man with the coloured fonts to many of his students.

  • Traditional streams lose out

    Fewer students are opting for the traditional streams – arts, science & commerce. Binita Mehta finds out why

  • IKNOW WHAT IM DOING THIS SUMMER

    City students are all set to spend their summers engaging in activities that yield varied experiences, finds Priti Botadkar

  • ROWDY RAHANE!

    Mumbai lad Ajinkya Rahane, en route to the first century of IPL- V, clobbers Bangalore bowlers

  • Kings vanquish Knights

    Kings XI Punjab pip Kolkata Knight Riders by two runs

  • Livid Gambhir warns of drastic changes

    With his side failing to chase a modest 135 to win, Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Gautam Gambhir warned of making drastic changes to the side if seniors fail to perform again, PTI reports. Opting to bowl, Kolkata rode on a superb 5/ 19 by Sunil N
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