In this episode, Ms. Mugdha Shetye talks about Civil Engineering. If you have a fascination for various monuments, large structures, bridges, airports, dams, etc. Ever have thoughts about building or constructing something – Like roads, buildings, ports, township planning & construction, metro rails, etc. Then civil engineering can be a career option.
After going through a tedious application procedure, comes the prospect and also the stress of living in a new country. Everything is new and strange, the weather, the people, the food, the education system, followed by the pressure of maintaining good grades.
Cleaning, shopping, making sweets and making plans for holidays, how to spend time with family and friends – all this has become a part and parcel of festivities. These festivities are meant to be the routine breakers – a time to connect with the fun side of
Ms. Suchitra Surve, in this episode, speaks on a common problem heard from students, individuals, working professionals, educational institutes and corporate that is, today’s youth is not employable due to lack of employability skills. Seeking admission to a course or a college is..
Ms. Suchitra Surve in this episode speaks about the field Economics. Economics is looked at as a theoretical subject, but its application is in daily life. Be it a small business owner or a service-oriented person or a homemaker one cannot do away, without connecting with Economics.
Ms. Nidhi Mishra talks about the field Social Work. A lot of people visualize of a person wearing a simple cotton clothes and fighting for the rights of people or it is the work done by rich people in their spare time. Though, some what it is the truth but not the entire truth.