Free Press Journal
  • Kat’s new action passion

    Katrina Kaif clearly wants to up the action quotient in her career. The actress, who has been criticised a lot for her lack of expressions, wants to make up with some action moves and wants to cast aside the glam doll avatar.

  • Ajay’s fly

    The south super duper hit ‘Eega’ managed a whopping Rs 160 crores collection in the south territories in all its versions. (more…)

  • Why heroines learn to dance?

    For the item numbers, of course, and also because dancing to popular numbers at weddings could bring in some extra money. Needless to worry about whether they want this moolah or not, the competition is fierce.

  • Laughing matters

    Priti Botadkar finds out what place does humour, enthusiasm and creative energy have in inspirational teaching.

  • Say what?

    Binita Mehta finds out how far will students go to justify their means.

  • Connecting teachers world-wide

    On the occasion of World Teachers’ Day, UNESCO launches eAtlas  of teachers.

  • I can and I will

    Are instructors and administrators justified in using power indiscriminately towards students?

  • VIT University signs MoU with ARAI

    In recognition of the need for world class research in automotive engineering and related disciplines, VIT University, Vellore, India and the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Pune have entered into an agreement to initiate a doctoral degree programme.

  • Get vocational!

    Established in 2005, LTA School of Beauty has alliances with European education body CIDESCO and CIBTAC. It conducts regular career programmes in beauty, cosmetology, hair designing and service management. There are also skill upgradation courses available for practising professionals. Topics for these courses include creative hair-cut and colours, skin treatments, make up techniques and personal grooming.

  • For social benefit

    Every year, Mumbai University commemorates Gandhi Jayanti with an innovative concept – MUNIJAN. This year too, 15 teams from different colleges came up with interesting social concepts.

  • At your Service

    If you have the ability to please others with your service, use it well to build a career in hotel management,  says Reena Jhaveri

  • Counsel queries

    Dear readers,  Many times you may have questions related to career guidance that you are not certain whom to ask. (more…)

  • Towards an Educated India:

    Sustainability in Future Higher Education – Post Rio+20

  • Tech Talk

    Upfront, this book seems fit for techies, those who sleep and breathe gadgets and new software applications. (more…)

  • Scholarships for women

    The Fair & Lovely Foundation invites applications from girls across the country for the Fair & Lovely Foundation Scholarship 2012 that allows them to pursue higher education. Details of the scholarship programme as well as the application process can be taken from www.fairandlovely.in

  • Participate in the Tata Group essay-writing competition

    The seventh edition of the Tata Building India (TBI) School Essay Competition 2012-13 has begun last month. Targeted at over two million students from 6000 schools across 170 cities, this national-level contest tests students’ creativity and passion in building positive thoughts towards the country. This year, the competition adds two new languages – Telugu and Malayalam, to its regular set of eight languages – English, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Marathi, Kannada and

  • Mumbai edition of TCS IT Wiz 2012

    Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) announced that the Mumbai edition TCS IT Wiz – India’s biggest inter school IT Quiz will be held on Sunday, October 14 at Indian Education Society, Manik Sabagraha, Opp Lilavati Hospital, Bandra Reclamation, Mumbai.

  • Skilled human resources

    Million Minds Management Services Limited and Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport have joined hands to announce a nation-wide talent hunt to attract more skilled human resource to the industry. Students from management institutes are eligible to participate, registrations are open on www.million-minds.com

  • FDI will jeopardise pensioners’ future: Mamata

    Kolkata: Firing a fresh salvo at the Congress-led UPA government over foreign direct investment (FDI) in pensions, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Sunday accused it of pushing the future of pensioners in India towards uncertainty.