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IOCL, Saraswat Bank Or IDBI Bank Recruitment 2013 – 2 Different Perspectives For Job Scenario

31st October 2012
The search for jobs done by students is many a times influenced by certain premeditated decisions. After passing out, or even while continuing their studies, people have the tendency to dream about the perspectives that they have in mind, regarding the j... Read >
Author: shekhar

Big PSU Jobs Like SAIL, BHEL And BEL Recruitment 2013 Being Looked Up As Professional Careers

25th July 2012
Hundreds of thousands of students are finishing of their education, especially at the university levels and seeking jobs in different sectors. There are opportunities in public sector undertakings, state and central government departments, railways, banks... Read >
Author: preeti011

Growing Sector of Rubber Industry

14th April 2011
India is a country of great human resources. In India, Rubber production has rose by 4.3% this is because of the excessive rain and favorable natural conditions of environment.In Sep 2009 total rubber production is 77,500 tones. At present rubber industry... Read >
Author: sun exim

Need of Computer Education in Today’s scenario.

10th February 2011
In this article , we will discuss the need of Computer Education for human beings. How it affects our daily routine or what is the importance of computer for making our Career. As in Today’s scenario, the use of computer or technology can be seen here and... Read >
Author: Rakeshcitc

The difference between 201 and 304 stainless steel

14th January 2011
Stainless steel is a term used to refer to several different metals that are commonly used in industries including transportation, construction, and even architecture. Two commonly used alloys are 201 and 304. While all stainless steels contain more than ... Read >
Author: James

Different Types of Flags

25th July 2006
A flag is a piece of colored cloth with one side tied to a pole or mast. The basic purpose of a flag is identification or signaling. Today, flags are used for messaging, advertising and decorative purposes, though there is no scientific difference between... Read >
Author: Jatin Chawla
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