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Maaza's Agricultural Revolution

July 31, 2016 / 0 Comments / by Ankith Abraham

AIESEC India and Coca-Cola India go long back with our relations.

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What Employers Want

July 28, 2016 / 0 Comments / by Nadiya Shaikh

We all know it, looking for a job can be an unnerving experience.

There are numerous qualified professionals out there, all competing for limited number of positions and employers fighting to the nail to hire the best talent. The competition is fierce, but due to the academic pressure, colleges and universities don't take as much time to invest in the practical skills you need to be employable.

It's a tough market out there, and you'll need to go that extra mile to develop those skills and competencies that gives you an edge.

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Travel Pocket Notes | Malavika Issar

 
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Travel Pocket Notes | Piyush Barskar

Coming out of my comfort zone was one of the most important things that made the Global Citizen opportunity attractive. I never knew that the first day of this internship itself will prove to be such a challenge.
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Travel Pocket Notes | Aayushi Shelat

May 22, 2016 / 0 Comments / in youth, travel, experience / by Aayushi Shelat
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Global Citizens You Should Follow On Social Media | Part I

 

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5 Interesting Blogs You Might Like

 

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7 Instagram Handles That Will Change The Way You Look At Travel

 

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Lessons From China

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A Dream, A Choice.

February 26, 2016 / 0 Comments / in youth, travel, family, racism, unity, choices / by Sean Ankit Bothra

 Most of us youngsters from the cities in India have had the ideal childhood and teenage life. Nothing different. We've been to elaborately named kindergarten schools, the top schools (or the best school closest to home), tried to study in college for a degree our parents wanted more than we wanted ourselves, those broken relationships and friendships, regrets, memories and the burden of the world for no apparent reason. What is the most beautiful about the current youth, however, is our constant lust to make sense of things.

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