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Abhishek Tyagi @Rollercoasterride
My regular travel in trains made me realize how B-schools in India can directly be correlated to the Indian RailWAYS. AC I Class(The IIM-A,B,C Level) : This class is the most coveted one. Everyone wants to be in it. Many know they won't make it, so they don't even try for it. They prefer other ...
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Rahul Jha @rahulkumarjha
which basically means the college that had waitlisted you , say IIM L, sends you an admission mail and then you decide to go there from IMT G.
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Abhishek Tyagi @Rollercoasterride
My regular travel in trains made me realize how B-schools in India can directly be correlated to the Indian RailWAYS. AC I Class(The IIM-A,B,C Level) : This class is the most coveted one. Everyone wants to be in it. Many know they won't make it, so they don't even try for it. They prefer other ...
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Rahul Jha @rahulkumarjha
You missed one point : ""Some people get an auto upgrade to a higher class! "

To Whom It May Concern,

We are writing you to announce the start of this year's Young Innovators Competition. We hope that you might be interested either in getting involved yourself or recommending us to your friends and colleagues. The first challenge is up at ideas.itu.int. For this challenge, we are teaming up with Ooredoo to look for bright sparks with big ideas on local digital content. We're looking for the most promising tech start-ups aimed at inspiring the creation, aggregation or digitization of local content, particularly in non-Latin scripts. This may involve local script content, or resolving the technical challenges of digitizing non-Latin scripts through innovative technologies, or fresh uses for older technologies such as optical character recognition voice recognition or translation software.

Through this challenge and others which will be run throughout this year, The Young Innovators Competition will find a group of young people to join ITU Telecom World 2014 in Doha this December 7-10 for an accelerator programme of pitching, hands-on workshops and mentoring €“ plus up to USD 10 000 in funding.

Check ideas.itu.intfor our challenge brief and tell us about your start-ups and business plans. We'll be running a number of challenges throughout the year, partnering with leaders in the innovation economy, and focusing on the hottest technology topics, so keep an eye on the platform and on our Facebook page, keep your ideas coming, and maybe we'll see you in Qatar.

The Young Innovators Competition Team young.innovators@itu.int

To Whom It May Concern,

We are writing you to announce the start of this year's Young Innovators Competition. We hope that you might be interested either in getting involved yourself or recommending us to your friends and colleagues. The first challenge is up at ideas.itu.int. For this challenge, we are teaming up with Ooredoo to look for bright sparks with big ideas on local digital content. We're looking for the most promising tech start-ups aimed at inspiring the creation, aggregation or digitization of local content, particularly in non-Latin scripts. This may involve local script content, or resolving the technical challenges of digitizing non-Latin scripts through innovative technologies, or fresh uses for older technologies such as optical character recognition voice recognition or translation software.

Through this challenge and others which will be run throughout this year, The Young Innovators Competition will find a group of young people to join ITU Telecom World 2014 in Doha this December 7-10 for an accelerator programme of pitching, hands-on workshops and mentoring €“ plus up to USD 10 000 in funding.

Check ideas.itu.intfor our challenge brief and tell us about your start-ups and business plans. We'll be running a number of challenges throughout the year, partnering with leaders in the innovation economy, and focusing on the hottest technology topics, so keep an eye on the platform and on our Facebook page, keep your ideas coming, and maybe we'll see you in Qatar.

The Young Innovators Competition Team young.innovators@itu.int

Anonymous
@Anonymous
Well there are many ppl here who themselves din cleared CAT/XAT/NMAT and making fun of others who lies in same category. Well preparing for 3-4 consequent yrs and failing again n again & still mocking others. does that make sense?? :angry: :angry:
Anonymous
@Anonymous
Well there are many ppl here who themselves din cleared CAT/XAT/NMAT and making fun of others who lies in same category. Well preparing for 3-4 consequent yrs and failing again n again & still mocking others. does that make sense?? :angry: :angry:
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Rahul Jha @rahulkumarjha
This reminds me of Stan Wawrinka's quote on his forearm !
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Jeremiah Oscar @JeremiahOscar
Hi, I am* Jeremiah Oscar* from NY USA. I love to be a part of this great community. Looking forward...
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Rahul Jha @rahulkumarjha
One of the best things about traveling is the absolutely unexpected situations you find yourself in. The more you fight the circumstances to stay in your comfort zone, the more the problems you are bound to face. My beer brewing guide has little to do with the philosophy I just preached. But to ...
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Rahul Jha @rahulkumarjha

@Mukund_Dev Following normal, reasonable sanitation practices (always sanitize containers and utensils immediately before use) usually keeps the risk of infection pretty low.

The greatest risk of infection after containers and utensils is simply open air. Keep your containers covered while working, even if you're just turning away for a few minutes. Keep your empty bottles inverted until you fill and cap each one.