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1) Do grades matter?

2) Pedigree - IIT, IIM, AIIMS ...

3) NOW is the right time

4) What is Love?





1) Do grades matter?

My Life … My Career … My Decision

In 1994, I was in Class X in City Montessori School, Lucknow Station Road branch. Every time my father saw me he had just one thing to say: “It is your Board year, your scores will be with you for the rest of your life - work hard and score at least 90%.” And it was not just my father, my mother, my uncles, my aunts, my grandfather … the whole universe seemed to be concerned with my high school marks. Till date I continue to love and respect each one of them, but as a young boy this love and respect was much higher. I believed them and I did work very hard.

I started waking up at 3 AM so that I could study in peace. Getting high marks in Class X was my only mission in life and I gave all I had, to this goal. The board exams eventually happened and despite of all my efforts I ended up with a mere 79%. My parents covered up their sadness by claiming that my marks were the highest anyone had ever scored in my extended family but, I knew that they were unhappy. My unhappiness with myself was reinforced when my school decided that I was unworthy of being allowed to study (Physics, Chemistry, Maths) in Class XI. This literally meant the end of all meaning in my life. Cracking the IIT entrance exam is all I had ever dreamed of. I actually thought of ending my meaningless life as I had messed it up completely.

A friend of mine who also got kicked out of the merit list, pointed out that our School had another branch where the cut offs were lower and, if I was accepted there I could still have a reason to live. I applied to our Gomtinagar branch and got through. On my first day in the new branch I met Suresh (name changed) who scored 96% in Class X and Mahesh (again name changed) who scored 82%, both of them were really kind and we became friends. Friendship actually meant nothing in Class XI except Hello on seeing each other since we all were focused on one mission – the IIT entrance examination. In the words of my father “God has allowed you the last opportunity of your life - if you waste this one then your life will be worthless.” I believed this too and suddenly the only thing I really cared about was mission IIT. In the middle of all this I managed to convince my father that cycling 32 kms everyday to my last school might have led to my poor performance and he should overstretch himself to buy me a Hero Puch so that I can focus on my preparation.

Class XII finished with Suresh scoring 94% and landing up in IIT, Delhi. Mahesh scoring 85% and dropping a year for IIT preparation and myself with 76% and a decision to not even appear in the IIT entrance (how this happened is a story in itself and I will cover it later). We all went our separate paths and never stayed in touch. At 28 years of age, I was promoted to a Vice President in Citibank, London and out of curiosity I searched LinkedIn for Suresh and Mahesh. Suresh went ahead to do MBA from IIM Bangalore while Mahesh ended up with B Sc from Delhi University followed by MBA from Symbiosis Pune. Suresh was an Assistant Vice President in a Bank in Chennai and Mahesh was a Manager in a Private Company in Delhi. I looked out of the window next to my desk on the 14th floor of my office in Canary Wharf and asked the question “Do grades matter?”

It is now 2017, exactly 23 years since my Class X board exams. Now, when I look back I do not remember a single time when I was ever asked about my Class X board exams. Maybe in form or two, they asked me if I had the cut-off of 60% but that is it. I am pretty sure at this moment of my life, that I would be doing exactly what I am doing irrespective of 98%, 55% or my hard earned 79%. I wonder if this is any different for any of contemporaries. On this topic I have two pieces of advice. To the parents – “Before pressuring your kids for high grades, please ask yourself how many times in your own life have you been asked for your grades.” To the students – “Do work hard for your grades but do not take them to heart, your grades will have zero correlation to your success in life. The only thing which will matter is how clear you are with whatever you wish to do for the rest of your life.”

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2) Pedigree - IIT, IIM, AIIMS ...

My Life … My Career … My Decision

Pedigree is like a college caste system. IIT best, REC second best …

Just like Farhan in 3 Idiots, I was born an Engineer. And not just an Engineer, I was born an IIT Engineer because what worth is an Engineer if he or she is not from IIT. I grew up in a world where Engineering meant IIT, Medicine meant AIIMS, Management meant IIM and extraordinary brilliance meant IAS. I remember my daily routine since I was in Class III, everyday my Dad used to take me jogging to a boundary wall and then point his finger at the building inside saying “I want to see you there”. The building was Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lucknow and I am not quite sure if my father knew that IET was different from IIT. Nevertheless, unlike my father who was the son of a farmer, who studied in a Hindi medium government school; I was the son of a Sub Inspector in Police, who studied in an English medium private school. I was pretty sure right from Class IV that I definitely had to become an Engineer, that too from IIT and not from IET.

I still remember my friend in Class VI Bhushan (name changed) who suddenly stopped playing football with us. Bhushan got to know that the elder brother of his classmate got selected to IIT and he had been preparing since Class V. Bhushan felt he was already too late. We were three friends in our neighborhood, united in our passion to become IIT Engineers. And we always looked forward to hours long power cuts, so that we had a genuine reason not to study and have long discussions over our walk. Bhushan vanished from the football field and also from these walks. We could see a candle in his room but his parents would say that he is not at home so that we did not disturb his preparations. Sometimes I felt I was losing out to Bhushan but then I reminded myself that I am super smart, I will study hard starting Class IX and I will crack the IIT entrance exam in the first attempt. My over confidence was never shaken by the fact that I never actually got good marks in my class in either Science or in Maths. In retrospect I was an overconfident fool who would just refuse to trust the school marking system.

In Class IX, we relocated to another neighborhood not extremely far from my old one. I would often see my other friend but I never ever met Bhushan again. Unfortunately not till date. With the new address I also got a new School. My old school City Montessori School, Aliganj Branch was only till VIII and I never thought of changing my school as CMS is considered the best school for serious students in Lucknow. I was fortunate to be admitted to our Station Road branch which was 16 kms from Jankipuram (my new neighborhood). Using public transport was both expensive and time consuming. For an IIT aspirant in Class IX, every second counts. I ended up cycling 32 kms everyday to school. Unfortunately, this led to me sleeping throughout my classes. But that did not matter, I assumed I was doing well in PCM and I did not care about Social Studies, Literature or for anything else. I had a simple rule, in Class IX I started studying PCM of Class X, the plan was to study PCM of 1st year Engineering in Class XII so if I can understand one year ahead of my peers, cracking the IIT entrance exam will be easy.

In Class XII I realized that I did not even want to be an Engineer (how this happened is a story in itself and I will cover it later). I made a simple rule for myself: I will only study subjects which will help me with a career in Finance. This did work for me and I had relative success in my corporate career. I lived in Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, London, Barcelona, New York, Ann Arbor, Dublin, Munich and finally settled down in Dehradun. In 2016 I had Dengue, my first serious sickness ever. I rushed to a Doctor recommended by my friends and followed him blindly, after three weeks I was completely cured. As I observed the sunset in my balcony, I questioned my stupidity, I did not even enquire if the Doctor I was consulting was from AIIMS, actually I did not even bother to find out if he had an MBBS degree. I was so sick that if he was a Baba who was healing people with his powers I would not even have thought twice to go to him.

What about you? When you fall sick do you make sure that the doctor is from AIIMS or do you just follow the recommendations of your friends? The best doctor in Dehradun is not for AIIMS, the best Civil Engineer is not from IIT, the CEO of the largest company here is not from IIM, the longest serving DM of Dehradun was a veterinary Doctor. Where is the pedigree in real life? I do not see it anywhere. My friend, life is very simple. I give you a salary of 20,000 that means I expect work of 40,000 if you give me work worth 50,000 you get promoted and if you give me work worth 39,000 you get replaced. That is it. If you work for me and I give you an analysis to do, after some time, you come to me and say “Sorry I could not do the analysis but I am from IIT, IIM”. How do you think I would react? How will you react?

Education is a means to an end; it is not an end in itself. The idea of joining a college is to develop one’s ability to deliver. And, the ability to deliver is the only thing which matters in real life. I fail to understand why in India we are so crazy for pedigree. If you take 100 successful people and see how many of them are from pedigree colleges you will realize that not even 20% are from the so called top colleges. In fact, people who made a really big difference to the world like Bill Gates, Mark Zukerberg, Steve Jobs, Dhirubhai Ambani … were all college dropouts.

I have lived and worked in over 6 countries, this is how people work towards their goal outside India. Let’s assume I am in School in UK and at some point of time in my life I decide I want to be a Civil Engineer. I will try to get into Oxford or Cambridge. If I cannot I will try for Imperial or City College. If I cannot I will try for Leeds or Lancaster. The college I actually get into will depend on my capacity and competition that year. But even If I get into the lowest ranked college, I will work hard during college so that I come out as a jolly good Civil Engineer. Simply because I know that the only thing which will matter in real life is the ability to deliver.

Here is how we do it in India. Parents sell their lands to put their kids into IIT coaching and students study 16 hours a day from Class V to prepare for the IIT entrance examination. 70 of the 100 who make it to IIT realize on the very first day that they do not want to become Engineers, they are more interested in Management, Bureaucracy … Why on Earth they did not realize this earlier? Not only have they taken up a seat and prevented someone who really wanted to become an Engineer to actually become one. These people have messed up their own career as I am pretty sure that 4 years of mechanical engineering will be of no use in a Banking career. They sacrificed sports, friends, and social life for the past 10 years or so for something which they did not even want. The most disheartening bit is that only 2% make it to IIT so the remaining 98% are depressed for the rest of their life because they could not reach IIT only to realize that they do not want to be Engineers. All this only because we do not care about the ability to deliver all we care about is Pedigree.

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3) NOW is the right time

My Life … My Career … My Decision

Since Class IV, I was quite clear that I had to become an IIT Engineer. I used to straight fail in every other subject except Science and Maths. Deeply influenced by films where scientists made accidental discoveries, I set up a small lab in our attic, convinced my mother to finance beakers, test tubes and pipes. I used to randomly wander in the neighborhood collecting weird plants and boiling them in my equipment, hoping for some miraculous discovery which will either save the world or give me super powers. None of those happened; all I ended up doing was making my only beaker explode.

Chemistry was expensive and it did not feel right, engineers do not work with beakers and test tubes – gradually I moved on to electronics. Unfortunately electronics was even more expensive, the generosity of a cousin brother kept my passion alive. Numerous experiments and countless electrical shocks over the next couple of years, led to my best science project in Class VII – the AC to DC converter and speed controller. It was a transformer connected to a couple of resistors and capacitors lighting up a torch bulb and running a small fan. My School sent me to a State level science modeling competition which had participation from students up to Class XII. I bagged the fourth prize; the judges were impressed that a student in Class VII understood concepts which are taught in Class XI. That victory sent joys across my extended family and everyone including myself was quite convinced that not only was I born to be an engineer but also that I was on track to IIT.

In Class VIII, I was introduced to Computers for the first time. We were taught coding in GWBASIC. It was love at first sight. Within months I reached a stage where I could write programs faster than the teacher could finish dictating what to do. It was no feat, they were standard easy ones, print first 10 even numbers etc … Now I did not love Electronics any more, my destiny transformed to an IIT software engineer. I was so confident of my applied passion that my relatively average marks in Science and Maths never deterred my resolve.

My School City Montessori School, Lucknow was widely considered the costliest and best private school in town. The school had unrelenting focus on academics; more than 20% of its student every year would leave school with more than 90% marks and admission into a top Engineering or Medical college. At least when I was there they did not even have humanities or commerce streams in the school. The school also had the reputation of organizing big national and international level school competitions. The funny part was that our teams rarely won, as on the one hand the competition was being organized in the school compound on the other hand principal, teachers and students considered the competition a distraction from academics. Somehow I started getting interested in debating and representing the school team was a piece of cake because only a few idiots would want to take their eyes off IIT or AIIMS and invest time in competitions.

QUANTA 95 an international level competition organized by my school changed my life forever. I was in class XI and was part of the school debating team. We competed during the day and in the evening we had bonfires and cultural programs. I distinctly remember sitting in my group with a couple of non Indians, a team from Kochi and a few folks from Delhi. I started the conversation with “How is your preparation going?” This was the only thing we used to talk amongst ourselves and I thought it was logical to ask this as IIT entrance exam is what everyone in Class XI is focused on. I got the weirdest looks of my lifetime, my fellow event participants responded “What preparation, I want to be a Fashion Designer, a Channel Marketer, a Sportsman … ” Being a debater the feeling of being super smart and super intelligent came naturally to me. But, I was shocked at my ignorance, I said to myself: “Maybe Engineering is the best career option for me, but it will be best if I at least knew what else existed, forget about knowing or understanding, I had not even heard of any other career option.”

I panicked, and I suddenly felt that I knew nothing about where I was heading. There was hardly any good source of information, no internet, no counselors, the only thing I had was Education Times supplement which used to come with the Times of India on every Monday. I started reading every single word of that supplement. Within a month I realized that Computer Engineering is all about sitting at a desk with hardly any interactions with the real world, it gave me goose bumps, despite of my love for programming there was no way on Earth I was going to spend the rest of my life behind a desk. In my mind, my long cherished dream of becoming an IIT software engineer was worthless now and I panicked even more because I had never dreamt of anything else except IIT so if not Engineering then what?

During the break after Class XI my parents felt I was grown up enough to make a solo trip to Dehradun (my home town). My village happens to be right behind the Indian Millitary Academy. I got fascinated at the view of traffic stopping for two Gentlemen cadets passing from one IMA gate to another. Respect, adventure, honesty and quality of life. Army had everything which I wanted from my life. I came back to Lucknow all pumped up and instead of studying 12 hours every day I started jogging 12 kms every day followed by free hand exercises. Around the same time Param Vir Chakra movie was released, I saw it several times and had its song ‘My first love my nation, nation, nation …’ recorded on both sides of an audio cassette. The song used to play in the background at full volume while I sweated out. This song playing stopped only when my mother could not take it anymore and one fine day she confronted me at 5:15 in the morning saying “Now I will also get into the Army and so would the neighboring Aunty and everyone else in the neighborhood as everyone has been listening to this song over and over again. Stop this song right now and let everyone around sleep in peace.” 6 months into this deeply passionate training, I filled out the NDA form only to realize that I was medically unfit for the Army as I had knock knees.

I had only 4 more months before I left school and I had no idea of what I wanted to do after School. No Engineering, no Army, now what? I started getting nightmares where I was standing in the middle of the road and just could not move. Back to my collection of Education Times, I read each of those newspapers again, word by word. I used to seek information from everyone; my favorite questions were: What do you do? What do you like about what you do? What do you dislike about your job? It could be anyone, my co passenger in the train, my neighbor, my friend’s dad, absolutely anyone. I became so possessed with my research that I became shameless. We used to live in a Lower Income Group house and very close to our neighborhood we had big bungalows in huge plots. I remember knocking at the gate of a Chartered Accountant to understand CA. He came out a little surprised but was a nice man; he invited me in, gave me a glass of water and sweets and spent an hour explaining what CA was. Not every adventure was pleasing though, but I did not care. I had just one thought in my mind, this is my life and I need to figure out what to do with it.

Time passed and over the next couple of years several things changed but the continuous process of thinking, introspecting and taking my own decisions continues till date. My confusion and earnest attempt at taking a smart career decision paid off as I ended up having IITians work for me (a throughout average student) while some of my friends were still finishing Engineering. But not everyone is as lucky, I was fortunate that I had that evening which changed my life and set me thinking about my career. I hope something happens in your life which does set you thinking. Maybe this text becomes your turning point but chances also are that for many of you that turning point may never arrive at all. Your eco system will keep telling you, focus on Class X then think about your career, then focus on Class XII then think about your career, then get into Engineering then think about your career, then get into MBA then think about your career, then get married then think about your career, then have kids then think about your career. And, finally you may never end up thinking about your career and you will most likely end up giving exactly the same sequence of advice to your own children.

The choice is yours, you can listen to your eco system or you can declare to yourself “My Life … My Career … My Decision”. Whatever you choose one thing is for sure that everything, I repeat everything, in your life will depend on that one single decision. If you set out to be an Engineer, life is one way. If you set out to join the Army, it is another way. If you set out to make a career in Management, it is again completely different. Where you live, what you wear, who your friends are, who you marry, which school your kids go to … everything will depend on just one thing: your career decision. Interestingly, even after you leave this body you will still be known by the career you pursue. This is how important this decision is. And the right time to start thinking about your career is NOW. It is not 1 minute later, it is NOW. Whether you are a school kid, or a college student, or a doctoral fellow or a professional who is not happy with his job: the right time for you to think about your career is NOW. You maybe super smart and super intelligent but if you catch a train to Mumbai when you actually wanted to go to Delhi you will never reach Delhi until you change course. And living amongst you might be some really average people who have just one thing working for them; they catch a train for Delhi when they wanted to go to Delhi.

Chances are you do not even know that you need to take a career decision, for 90% of my student life I was pretty clear that I wanted to be an Engineer. If you want to test whether or not you have taken a smart career decision. Just pick a piece of paper and write a 10 line essay about Engineering, Medicine or whatever else you wish to pursue. Do not write illogical lines (as was the case with me) like I am interested in Engineering, I want to be an Engineer over and over again. Write (What Is, Education, Skills, Positives, Challenges and How a day goes) in the profession you have chosen. The depth of this essay will reveal to you whether or not your career decision is smart. If you are unsatisfied with your level of knowledge about whatever you wish to do for the rest of your life, then I suggest you drop everything and become paranoid starting right NOW.

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4) What is Love?

My Life … My Career … My Decision

As far as I can remember the only consistent distraction to mission IIT was the natural attraction for girls. I was first attracted to a girl in Class VII, I still remember cycling near my neighborhood and hiding behind a tree to see a senior girl dance in the rain on her terrace. School was only till VIII so she left a couple of months later.

I officially had my first girl friend in Class VIII. My classmate who was also my mouth spoken sister told me that her neighbor who was a year junior to us wanted to speak to me. We met in Nehru Bal Vatika, I asked her “Is what my sister saying true?”She said “Yes”. And bingo she was my girlfriend. I attended a birthday party with her and she gave me her picture. I was proud of my accomplishment and ensured that my mom accidentally saw the picture so that I could feel embarrassed and also subtly declare that I have moved up in life. Sheetal (name changed) tried several times to meet me, talk to me, and come close to me. In School, I was made in charge of ensuring that all kids go down during lunch break and she would find some reason or other to stay back. And, that scared me like anything. What if there was a power cut and we had a kid? My father will not think twice before shooting me. I am not joking, I actually thought that. Because until Class VIII that was all the exposure I had, in movies hero and heroine meet, there is darkness and suddenly there is a kid. The first time I got to understand the baby making process was in Class IX. I finished Class VIII, moved to another branch and never heard or saw Sheetal again; those were the times without Facebook. Now when I tell my old school friends about Sheetal they do not believe that she was my girl friend. To be honest neither do I.

My new school was 16 kms away and I used to spend an hour and a half one way to reach school in public transport. In Class X, one day a senior girl crossed me in the corridors of the school and it was love at first sight. First step was to research about her. I learnt that she was a bright student and scored 85% in Class X. After a couple of days she delivered a speech in the school assembly on “Sex Education in India”, all I could do was to giggle while she spoke with poise and confidence. She was the daughter of an army officer and from a very well to do family, changing cars every second day, sometimes she used to come on a scooty. Next, it was time to impress her, so I started cycling to school, 32 kms every single day so that I could cycle close to her for two traffic lights near Hazratganj. But she was on scooty and I on a cycle - the best I ever got to see was her back.

Films are our biggest influencers so I started thinking “look at the divide between her and me”. She was a bright student, I struggled to pass. She was a confident public speaker and I have never even been on a stage. She was from a well to do family and lived in a huge mansion while I was the son of an honest sub inspector living in a Low Income Group house. She was the most attractive girl in town and I almost looked like a cancer patient with grey hair and 10 inch biceps. There was absolutely no match and there was no point in proposing until I did something in life.

I resolved to work hard for her. First academics, I started waking up at 3 AM to study hard for boards. While I did transition from the possibility of scoring below 60% to actually getting 79% in Class X, this was not good enough to earn me a PCM seat in Class XI so I had to shift to Gomtinagar branch. I saw the girl for a total of 3 times in my life but I got so possessed that I was not going to stop at anything. I purchased “Encyclopedia of Modern Body Building by Arnold Schwarzenegger” and started text book workouts. Within two months I transformed into pretty much the shape which I continue to maintain till today. I started debating, first with my friends in our neighborhood and then on stage. The only thing beyond my control was prosperity but I told myself once I got into IIT that will be sorted. Fortune had it otherwise my knack for debating eventually led me to dropping the idea of IIT and to start preparing for a career in finance. No matter what I did my continuous motivation was the aim of raising myself to a level where I could propose to her. I had no friends, possibility of getting attracted to or of having feelings for any other girl did not exist - in my mind she destined to be my life partner. When I felt low I would put this song from the movie Taal “mere saath hai tu mere paas hai tu” and stared at a 3 inch by 2 inch picture of her from a school magazine reminding myself that all this was for true love and I got back to my hard work. From Class X to graduation, almost 6 years of my life the girl was my single biggest motivation.

I always had a knack for programming and even though I was not preparing to become an Engineer I was still learning computers. Gradually as internet made the world smaller, in the third year of graduation, I learnt how to send email. I used to send almost 250 emails every single day to different combinations of her name hoping that one of those emails will reach her and she would get to know of my existence. It did not work out. I then somehow figured out her postal address and got a neighborhood Bhabi to pen friend her; unfortunately the return letter landed up with my Bhaiya and he instantly disapproved of the approach. One thing led to another and I was selected to JNU, in those days of limited internet access that was a big deal. No one in my network had gone to JNU and I felt as if I had arrived in life. I searched my long lost friends from Class X and enquired about her. Only to learn that the girl was smart but not academic oriented. She was looking for a career in modeling and not Engineering or Commerce. Plus there was a rumor that she might actually have a couple of good friends who were boys. I was devastated, that was the only time I felt depressed in life. I remember not eating for 3 days and shaving off my head, obviously to unprecedented wrath of my mom. I felt like a fool, I devoted 7 years of my life working hard for something which did not even exist.

One fine day in JNU, I opened the newspaper to see a familiar looking picture on the front page. It was the same girl, and as luck would have it she had moved much more ahead. The gap with which we started in Class X had become much larger - while I was struggling to get my first job she had become Miss India. Also, I figured out why my emails never reached her, I spelled her name with S while actually it started with a C. Obviously I was no longer motivated to think of her as my dream girl but the gap pinched me. And it continued to widen, she got married before me had kids before me … I still look forward to a day in my life when I will reach some status to compare myself with her. That day, I will invite her for dinner and tell her how much influence she had on me and also thank her that if it was not her I would most likely end up as a third grade techie.

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By: Owner in Himalayan Trout Fish Farming


Trout Farming involves commercially raising a variety of the freshwater fish called trout in tanks or enclosures such as fish ponds, usually for food. In India, trout farming is practised in only specific states such as Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and of late, Arunachal Pradesh. It is a highly




Arts > Law >

Career in Law

By: Advocate in Chaman Lal & Associates


Law is a system of rules that are created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior. Law is a system that regulates and ensures that individuals or a community adhere to the will of the state.




Commerce > Management >

Career in Project Management

By: Research Assistant in Asia Research Institute


Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements. The five essential elements of project management are initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing.




Science > Research >

Career in Communication Research

By: Scientist F in DRDO


Communication Research focuses on areas to better understand and develop communication networks, particularly in the wireless domain.




Commerce > Entrepreneurship >

Career in Entrepreneurship

By: Co-Founder in Broomberg Cleaning Services


Entrepreneurship is the process of designing, launching and running a new business, which is often initially a small business, and the people who create these businesses are called entrepreneurs




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Food Blogging

By: Food Blogger in I Am Dating Food


Food blogging represents a complex interweaving of foodie or gourmet interest in cooking with those of blog writing and photography. The majority of blogs use pictures taken by the author himself/herself and some of them focus specifically on food photography.These blogs can be monetised by the blog creators for profit.




Arts > Hospitality >

Career in Bartending

By: Bar Manager in Drifters, Manali


A bartender is a person who formulates and serves alcoholic or soft drink beverages behind the bar, usually in a licensed establishment.




Arts > Language >

Career in Teaching English

By: Trained Graduate Teacher in Greenway Modern School, Delhi


Teaching English as a Foreign Language refers to teaching the English language to students with different first languages. It can occur either within the state school system or more privately, at a language school or with a tutor.




Arts > Teaching >

Career in Teaching Economics

By: Post Graduate Teacher in Kothari International School


Teaching Economics focuses on teaching students about the economy and different policies that keep changing, making them financially aware. There are various strategies used to teach Economics be it in school, organization and as a tutor for personal and group coachings.




Others > Baking >

Career in Bakery & Patisserie

By: Bakery Chef in Platform 9*3/4


Bakery is a place where bread and cakes are made or sold. A patisserie is a type of French or Belgian bakery that specializes in pastries and sweets, as well as a term for these types of food, in English often used without the accent




Science > Archaeology >

Career in Scientific Conservation

By: Assistant Director in Archaeological Survey of India


A conservation scientist works in the field of conservation science and whose focus is on the research of cultural heritage (e.g. art, artifacts, buildings, and monuments) through scientific inquiry. Conservation scientists conduct applied scientific research and techniques to determine the material, chemical, and technical aspects of cultural heritage.




Arts > Advertising >

Career in Customer Journey Designing

By: Design Mentor in DesignSteps Creative Academy


Customer journey is the complete sum of expressions that a customer goes through when interacting with a business. It's used for understanding and addressing customer needs and pain points. Customer Journey is the complete sum of experiences that a customer goes through when interacting with a buisness.It's used for understanding and addressing customer needs and pain points.




Arts > Politics >

Career in Campaign Management

By: Media Associate in Indian Political Action Committee


A political campaign is an organized effort which seeks to influence the decision making process within a specific group. In democracies, political campaigns often refer to electoral campaigns, by which representatives are chosen or referendums are decided. Campaign Managers often hire, train, and coordinate the activities of staff members and volunteers in all aspects of a campaign.




Science > Teaching >

Career in Teaching & Research in Chemistry

By: Associate Professor & Head in SGRR PG College


Teaching and Research in Chemistry comprises of three words teaching, research and chemistry so first of all what is teaching so teaching is the art and science of helping others to grow in their knowledge and understanding. It is holding the hand of a young one and saying it's going to be OK. Teaching is being careful that you acknowledge every student ever. On the other hand research is a careful and detailed study into a specific problem, concern, or issue using the scientific method. It's the adult form of the science fair projects back in elementary school, where you try and learn something by performing an experiment. Chemistry is the branch of science concerned with the substances of which matter is composed, the investigation of their properties and reactions, and the use of such reactions to form new substances.




Others > Entertainment >

Career in Show Hosting

By: Show Host in Various Shows


A presenter is a person who introduces or hosts television programs nowadays, it is common for minor celebrities in other fields to take on this role, but some people have made their name solely within the field of presenting. A host is a master of ceremonies, moderator, or interviewer for a television or radio program.




Science > Pharmacy >

Career in Sales & Marketing in Pharmaceuticals

By: Marketing Manager in Arosol Pharmaceuticals


"Selling" or making sales consists of interpersonal interaction-the one-on-one meetings, telephone calls and networking-that you engage in with prospects and customers. The term "marketing" encompasses programs businesses use to reach and persuade prospects, including advertising, public relations, direct mail and more.




Arts > Skills Training >

Career in Sales Training

By: Corporate Trainer in Various Assignments


Sales training and sales coaching programs teach critical selling skills and a structured sales process. Sales training programs cover every stage of the sales process from prospecting and opportunity management to consultative selling, negotiation, account development and sales management.




Arts > Social Work >

Career in Social Work

By: Social Worker in Municipality of Concepcion


A Social Worker is a person who develops his profession in constant interaction with other people, individuals as well as groups, communities and families. In the accompaniment of processes that challenge their daily life and in the administration of resources and needs.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Poetry Writing

By: Poetry Writer in Various Assignments


Poetry Writing is a literary work in which the expression of feelings and ideas is given intensity by the use of distinctive style and rhythm, poems collectively or as a genre of literature.




Arts > Teaching >

Career in Teaching Social Science

By: Teacher & Coordinator in St Giri Public School & Humanities Hub


Teaching is the process of attending to people's needs, experiences and feelings, and making specific interventions to help them learn particular things. Teaching Social Science is a generic term covering the scientific study of man. It is a discipline or branch of science that deals with the socio-cultural aspects of human behavior. Social Sciences generally include History, Cultural Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Geography etc.




Commerce > Marketing >

Career in Marketing

By: Assistant Manager in Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India Ltd.


Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large.




Arts > Journalism >

Career in Journalism

By: Journalist in Various Assignments


Journalism refers to the production and distribution of reports on recent events. The word journalism applies to the occupation (professional or not), the methods of gathering information and organizing literary styles. Journalistic mediums include print, television, radio, Internet and in the past: newsreels. In other words, the collection and editing of news for presentation through the media.




Others > Music >

Career in Teaching Tabla

By: HOD of Performing Arts in Hopetown Girls School


The tabla is a South Asian membranophone percussion instrument consisting of a pair of drums, used in traditional, classical, popular and folk music. The name tabla likely comes from tabl, the Persian and Arabic word for drum.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Automobile Repairing

By: Owner in Soi Engineering Works


Automobile repairing is repairing of automobiles by auto mechanics and technicians.




Others > Filmmaking >

Career in Cinematography

By: Cinematographer in The Wedding Container


The art of photography and camera work in film-making




Others > Filmmaking >

Career in Video Production

By: Video Director in Studio 6 Productions


Video production is the process of creating video by capturing moving images (videography), and creating combinations and reductions of parts of this video in live production and post-production.




Arts > Management >

Career in Museum Creation

By: Museum Curator in Soham Art Centre, Mussoorie


A curator (from Latin: curare, meaning "to take care") is a manager or overseer. Traditionally, a curator or keeper of a cultural heritage institution (e g, gallery, museum, library, or archive) is a content specialist charged with an institution's collections and involved with the interpretation of heritage material.




Others > Adventure >

Career in Teaching Kitesurfing

By: Teaching Kitesurfing in Sunny Wind Tarifa


Kitesurfing is an extreme sport where you ride on the surface of the water using the power of a specifically-designed kite. A kitesurfing instructor provides lessons to teach skills including kite launching, flying, landing, usage of the bar, lines and safety devices.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Birdwatching

By: Birdwatcher in Various Assignments


Bird watching, or birding, is a form of wildlife observation in which the observation of birds is a recreational activity or citizen science. It can be done with the naked eye, through a visual enhancement device like binoculars and telescopes, by listening for bird sounds, or by watching public webcams. Bird watching often involves a significant auditory component, as many bird species are more easily detected and identified by ear than by eye. Most birdwatchers pursue this activity for recreational or social reasons, unlike ornithologists, who engage in the study of birds using formal scientific methods.




Arts > Graphic Designing >

Career in Visual Designing

By: Illustrator in Afloat


Visual Design aims to shape and improve the user experience through considering the effects of illustrations, photography, typography, space, layouts, and color on the usability of products and on their aesthetic appeal. To help designers achieve this, visual design considers a variety of principles, including unity, Gestalt properties, space, hierarchy, balance, contrast, scale, dominance, and similarity.




Others > Cafe Management >

Career in Cafe Management

By: Founder & Partner in Evoke Cafe and Bistro


Cafe or restaurant managers plan, run and oversee the activities of businesses that sell and serve food and beverages to the public, such as cafes, restaurants and fast-food outlets.




Others > Wellness >

Career in Teaching Yoga

By: Yoga Teacher in Angela Yogini


Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. There is a broad variety of yoga schools, practices, and goals in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.




Science > Medicine - Dentistry >

Career in Dentistry

By: Dentist in Oneness Dental Care


Dentistry is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, commonly in the dentition but also the oral mucosa, and of adjacent and related structures and tissues, particularly in the maxillofacial (jaw and facial) area.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Gardening

By: Gardener in Serendipity Nursery


Gardening is the practice of growing and cultivating plants as part of horticulture. In gardens, ornamental plants are often grown for their flowers, foliage or overall appearance, also useful plants, such as root vegetables, leaf vegetables, fruits, and herbs, are grown for consumption, for use as dyes, or for medicinal or cosmetic use.




Others > Beauty >

Career in Makeup Artistry

By: Makeup Artist in Various Creative Assignments


A make-up artist or makeup artist is an artist whose medium is the human body, applying makeup and prosthetics for theatrical, television, filmmaking, fashion, magazines and other similar productions including all aspects of the modeling industry.




Commerce > Human Resources >

Career in Learning & Development

By: Deputy General Manager in Gourmet Investments Private Limited


A Learning & Development Manager identifies training and development needs within an organization through job analysis, appraisal schemes and regular consultation with business managers.




Arts > Hospitality >

Career in Food Styling

By: Food Stylist in Self Employed


Food styling is the art of arranging food so that it looks tasty and fresh. This is important in a number of situations, particularly when the food is being photographed. For instance, the pictures of food that you see in cook books, magazines, advertisements, and menus have been styled.




Commerce > Hospitality Entrepreneurship >

Career in Entrepreneurship

By: Co Founder in Connoisseur


The activity of setting up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit.




Arts > Management >

Career in Heritage Communication

By: Co-founder in Been There Doon That


There is a difference between History and Heritage. It includes built and inbuilt heritage. It also includes the building, architecture, stories, folk rituals and practices of a place. It deals with familiarizing people with their own surroundings and making them aware of their own city.




Science > Architecture >

Career in Earth Architecture

By: Architect in Various Assignments


Earth Architecture is a technique for building walls using natural raw materials such as earth, chalk, lime or gravel. It is an ancient building method that has seen a revival in recent years. The walls are simple to construct, non-combustible, strong, and durable.




Commerce > Management >

Career in Project Management

By: Project Manager in Banco de Desenvolvimento de Minas Gerais


Project management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time.




Arts > Writing >

Career in Creative Writing

By: Writer & Producer in Various Assignments


Creative writing is any writing that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, or technical forms of literature, typically identified by an emphasis on narrative craft, character development, and the use of literary tropes or with various traditions of poetry and poetics.




Others > Beauty >

Career in Beautician

By: Beautician in Cloud 9


A person whose job is to give people beauty treatment.




Others > Dancing >

Career in Dancing

By: Dancer in Various Dancing Assignments


The activity of dancing for pleasure or in order to entertain others.




Arts > Advertising >

Career in Advertisement Sales

By: Assistant Manager - Sales in Zee Entertainment Ltd


An advertising sales agent, sometimes referred to as an advertising executive, is someone who sells advertising space to businesses and individuals. They work in a range of industries, including advertising agencies, radio, television and internet publishing.




Arts > Skills Training >

Career in Training & Development

By: Founder & Director in Adventoure


Training and development can be described as an educational process which involves the sharpening of skills, concepts, changing of attitude and gaining more knowledge to enhance the performance of employees.




Commerce > Hospitality Entrepreneurship >

Career in Restauranteering

By: Head in Jalapenos


A Restaurateur is the owner or manager of a restaurant or cafe.




Others > Music >

Career in Playing Bass Guitar

By: Bass Guitarist in Womenia Band


Generally 3 types of guitar are played in a particular band, lead guitar, rhythm guitar and base guitar. The bass guitar (also known as electric bass, or bass) is a stringed instrument played primarily with the fingers or thumb, by plucking, slapping, popping, strumming, tapping, thumping, or picking with a plectrum, often known as a pick. A bass guitarist plays guitar with the beats of the drum.




Commerce > Marketing >

Career in Sales Management

By: Manager in Silver Line Automobiles


A person responsible for controlling or administering an organization or group of staff.




Others > Sports >

Career in Para Sports Training

By: Sports Instructor in NIEPVD


Parasports, are sports played by persons with a disability, including physical and intellectual disabilities.




Science > Medicine - Ayurveda >

Career in Ayurveda

By: Doctor in Various Hospitals


Ayurvedic Medicine is a system of healing that originated in ancient India. It is defined as the "knowledge of living" or the "science of longevity." Ayurvedic medicine utilizes diet, detoxification and purification techniques, herbal and mineral remedies, yoga, breathing exercises, meditation, and massage therapy as holistic healing methods .




Commerce > Business >

Career in Real Estate Devlopment

By: Managing Director in Agarwal Properties and Construction


Real estate development, or property development, is a business process, encompassing activities that range from the renovation and re-lease of existing buildings to the purchase of raw land and the sale of developed land or parcels to others. Real estate developers are the people and companies who coordinate all of these activities, converting ideas from paper to real property. Real estate development is different from construction, although many developers also manage the construction process.




Arts > Education Management >

Career in School Administration

By: Vice Principal in Modern Indian School


School Administration is the act of managing duties, responsibilities or rules. An example of school Administration is the act of the principal in the school, managing the faculty ,staff and employing the rules of the school system for the betterment of students, faculty and other members.




Science > Medicine - Specialist >

Career in Gynaecology

By: Doctor in Various Hospitals


Gynaecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive systems (vagina, uterus, and ovaries) and the breasts. Almost all modern gynaecologists are also specialists in Obstetrics which is the field of study concentrated on pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.




Arts > Teaching >

Career in Primary Teaching

By: Primary Teacher in Frank Anthony Public School


Primary Education is the initial stage of education and involves the social, intellectual, physical and moral development of all children, regardless of age, gender or country of origin.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Quilting

By: Quilter in Himalayan Tapestry


Quilting is the process of sewing two or more layers of fabric together to make a thicker padded material, usually to create a quilt or quilted garment. Typically quilting is done with three layers, the top fabric or quilt top, batting or insulating material and backing material, but many different styles are adopted.




Arts > Teaching >

Career in Teaching Political Science

By: Assistant Professor in JNU


Political science is a social science which deals with systems of governance, and the analysis of political activities, political thoughts, and political behavior. It deals extensively with the theory and practice of politics which is commonly thought of as determining of the distribution of power and resources.




Others > Wellness >

Career in Pranic Healing

By: Pranic Healer in All India Yog Vidya Pranic Healing Foundation


The word Pran in Pranic Healing means life. It is that life source or energy without which one cannot stay alive. When there is a deficiency in the flow of this energy a person may feel physically and emotionally weak. Pranic Healing is a system of energy medicine. It involves channelizing energy absorbed from the surroundings through the healer to the patient. It is used by people in the hope of getting rid of their diseases and ailments.




Arts > Social Work >

Career in Social Entrepreneurship

By: Founder in Kauthik


Social entrepreneurship is the use of the techniques by start up companies and other entrepreneurs to develop, fund and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental issues. This concept may be applied to a variety of organizations with different sizes, aims, and beliefs.




Arts > Law >

Career in Paralegal

By: Legal Secretary in R S Gill & Associates


A paralegal is an individual, qualified by education, training or work experience, who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency, or other entity and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible.




Arts > Psychology >

Career in Clinical Psychology

By: Consultant Clinical Psychologist in Mandala Clinic


Clinical psychology is an integration of science, theory and clinical knowledge for the purpose of understanding, preventing, and relieving psychologically-based distress or dysfunction and to promote subjective well-being and personal development.




Arts > Teaching >

Career in Teacher Training

By: Teacher Trainer in Various Assignments


Teacher education or teacher training refers to the policies, procedures, and provision designed to equip (prospective) teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the classroom, school, and wider community.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Pest Control

By: Owner in Pest Control Professionals


Pest control is the regulation or management of a species defined as a pest, a member of the animal kingdom that adversely impacts on human activities.




Arts > Management >

Career in Career Services

By: Assistant Manager in Career Services Dept, DIT


Career Services offers a range of resources and events to help students choose a career, find a job, and develop skills for lifelong success. Equipping the students with relevant and conceptualized professional skills and guiding them towards a bright future Career Services Department or Training and Placement Cell is to guide students to choose right career and to give knowledge, skill, and aptitude and meet the manpower requirements of the Industry. As an Assistant Manager in Career Services department our job is to assist students to develop/clarify their academic and career interests, and their short and long-term goals through individual counseling and group sessions, maintaining and regularly updating the database of students, maintaining database of companies and establishing strategic links for campus recruitments, gathering information about job fairs and all relevant recruitment advertisements, coordinating with companies to learn about their requirements and recruitment procedures. Identifying the needs and expectations of the companies to assist them in recruiting most suitable candidates, organizing pre-placement training/workshops/seminars for students, arranging periodic meetings with Human Resources Department of companies and TPO's to promote recruitments, assist students for industrial training at the end of the fourth and sixth semester, and provide resources and activities to facilitate the career planning process, act as a link between students, alumni, and the employment community and assist students in obtaining placement in reputed companies.




Arts > Management >

Career in Diplomatic Relations

By: Team Leader in Diplomatic Mission


Diplomatic relations refers to the customary diplomatic intercourse between nations. It involves permanent contact and communication between sovereign countries. As a part of the diplomatic relations two countries send diplomats to work in each other's country and to deal with each other formally




Others > Sports >

Career in Taekwondo

By: Player, Coach & Referee in Taekwondo Federation of India


Taekwondo is a Korean martial art, characterised by its emphasis on head-height kicks, jumping and spinning kicks, and fast kicking techniques.




Arts > Teaching >

Career in Teaching History

By: Trained Graduate Teacher in Summer Valley School


A History teacher is a person who helps others to acquire knowledge, competences or values. Informally the role of teacher may be taken on by anyone.




Others > Sports >

Career in Pistol Shooting

By: Pistol Shooter in Various Sports Assignments


Shooting is the act or process of discharging projectiles from a ranged weapon such as guns, bows or crossbows and slingshots. Even the discharging/launching of artillery, darts, grenades, rockets and guided missiles can be called shooting. When using a firearm, the act of shooting is often called firing. Shooting can take place in a shooting range or in the field, in shooting sports, hunting or in combat. A person who is involved in the shooting activity is a shooter. Shooting sports is a collective group of competitive and recreational sporting activities involving proficiency tests of accuracy, precision and speed in using various types of ranged weapons.




Others > Beauty >

Career in Makeup Training

By: Director in Masters Academy of Make Up Art


Makeup training is teaching Makeup enthusiasts how to do make Up and become Professionals at that field.




Commerce > Digital Marketing >

Career in Online Sales

By: Team Leader in Unayur Marketing


Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser. When an online store is set up to enable businesses to buy from another businesses, the process is called business-to-business (B2B) online shopping.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Camera Management

By: Camera HOD in HNN 24*7


A camera manager is a person who manages everything in an office. His duty is to keep all the cameras up to date. He has to manage everybody in the office and has to take the responsibility of sending the workers for different shoots at different timing.




Arts > Social Work >

Career in Social Work

By: Head in KEEN


Social work is a practice-based profession and an academic discipline that promotes social change and development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people. Principles of social justice, human rights, collective responsibility and respect for diversities are central to social work.




Science > Medicine - Allied >

Career in General Nursing

By: General Nurse in University Hospital Basel


Nursing is a profession within the healthcare sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life.




Others > Entertainment >

Career in Anchoring

By: Anchor in Various Creative Assignments


To present and coordinate a television,events, outdoor or radio programme




Others > Beauty >

Career in Nail Artistry

By: Nail Artist in Cloud 9


A nail technician is a beauty specialist who is responsible for the grooming and appearance of a client's fingernails and toenails. He or she provides manicures, pedicures, nail shaping, cuticle grooming, callus removal, synthetic nail treatments, and application of nail polish for their clients




Others > Music >

Career in Drumming

By: Drummer in Bhairavas Band


Drumming is an act of making a song more attractive and musical with the help of adding beats and rythym to it.




Arts > Social Work >

Career in Social Work

By: Founder in Nav Prerna Foundation & Inspiration


Social work is an academic discipline and profession that concerns itself with individuals, families, groups and communities in an effort to enhance social functioning and overall well-being




Arts > Politics >

Career in Politics

By: Spokesperson in Congress


Politics covers all the activities associated with the governance of a country or area, especially the debate between parties having power.




Others > Skill Based >

Career in Pottery

By: Potter in Various Assignments


Pottery is the ceramic material which makes up pottery wares, of which major types include earthenware, stoneware and porcelain.




Others > Sports >

Career in Playing Hockey

By: Hockey Player in Men's Hockey Junior Team


Field Hockey, also called "Hockey" in India, is an outdoor game played by two opposing teams of 11 players each who use sticks curved at the striking end to hit a small, hard ball into their opponent's'goal. It is called field hockey to distinguish it from a similar game played on ice.