Weekly Recap: #Blogging, #IndoChina, Coaching Centers and more

Posted on December 19, 2010 in Youth Trends

As the week comes to an end we present below all that topped the news at Youth Ki Awaaz, the week ending 19-12-2010.

Professional Blogging As A Career

There are a lot of prospects and implications of professional blogging as an alternative career. Here, I will highlight various aspects of the latest trends in internet usage by people globally and my prime focus will be on blogging or online publication. Read more…

Sino-Indo Relationship: ‘Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai’ And Beyond

This year saw India and China celebrating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations which has seen and is seeing both highs and lows. India became the 16th nation to develop diplomatic relations with The Republic of China on 1stApril, 1950, opening up a saga complete in itself, a chronicle chequered yet at times mismanaged. Read more…

Coaching Centers: Do We Even Need Them?

Institutes have programs starting from Class VI. Institutes that earlier had programs for people who had passed Class XII have expanded to the extent that now a 12 year old is as likely to be enrolled in a coaching institute as an 18 year old. Read more…

A Glimpse Into The World Of Alternate Careers: The Hows And The Whys

Indians from colonial times have had a fascination for these jobs: Engineering, Medicine, Government jobs. IT is another additionto this list of most wanted jobs. Students nowadays spend a lot of time starting as early as classes VIII and IX standards to get into the highly competitive world of engineering, medicine and IT. Read more…

Quietus, Thy Name Is ‘Privacy’ [Concept Of Privacy Needs Rebirth]

Once upon a time, walls had ears too. Now they require an ENT surgery. Privacy is a dying word, a remembrance of times when there was a cloud for one to be under. When existent was a distributed life you experienced alone, monologue existed and keenly watching your neighbours’ window looking for aunty-gossip was the only possible breach, usually requiring binoculars. Read more…

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