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Title: Best Hotel Management Institute in Delhi


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VOL. 2
www.cmi-hm.com
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From the PRESIDENT'S DESK As a representative
of Cradle of Management Educational
Society, I hereby welcome all the students for
becoming a member of our society and also would
like to share the vision and mission of the
society. CMES was founded and is registered under
S.R Act XX1of 1860 with Govt. of Delhi as
a nonprofit Organization. The mission and vision
of establishing the society was to meet the
growing needs and requirements of Hospitality
and Healthcare Sector and also to introduce
both the Sectors to the aspiring students
with a different and unique approach so that they
can understand the importance and diversity
of Hospitality and Healthcare Industry. CMES,
being a nonprofit organization has tied up with
National Council for Vocational Training
under Ministry of Labour and employment,
Govt. of India to offer Vocational training
courses in hospitality sector. We are also an
approved training center of Healthcare Sector
Skill Council under National Skill
Development Corporation to offer courses
in Healthcare and Paramedical Sector. These
courses are delivered to students by using
International standards so that after completing
these vocational courses, students are
transformed into perfect Hospitality and
Paramedical professional and can start their
career immediately. CMES is working with
full dedication for the development of
Hospitality and Paramedical aspirants associated
with the society. I feel overwhelmed and highly
obliged to the students, their parents and
members of the society for trusting us and for
putting in their contribution which has lead CMES
to the path of great success.
  • COONNTTEENNTTS
  • Overview of Hospitality Industry
  • by Laveena Malhotra Dham
  • Overview of Healthcare Industry
  • by Editorial Team
  • Celebrating 10 years of Success
  • by Preeti Grover Luthra

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04-05
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Greetings from Hospitality World
06-10
Greetings from Healthcare World
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Introduction of Extra Corporeal Photopherisis
(ECP) by Blk Super Speciality Hospital Ban
Processed Food? No, We Should Rather Demand It !
-by Chef Anuj Kapoor Role of Folic Acid in
Nutrigenomics - by Nupur Chauhan Nutrition As A
Career Option -by Sandhya Pandey, Fortis
Healthcare How Learning Development Have A Long
Term Growth Impact of The Organization By
Consistency In Services- by Richa
Bajpai-Training Manager-The Lalit
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Shri Narsingh President Cradle of Management
Educational Society
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From the PRINCIPAL'S desk I am delighted that you
are desirous to consider Cradle of Management
Institute for your higher education in
pursuit of bright career growth. Today
it is an Alternative Route to attain
knowledge, skills and simultaneous experience.
I extend you a warm welcome and assure to manage
your time better and utilize it for a job to
fulfill your responsibilities of contributing
towards supporting a family. The Cradle of
Management Institute is working for the nation
building. It is proving to be the thirst quencher
for the hungry hospitality industry. I am glad to
note the satisfaction of the students pursuing
our courses and of the industries employing these
students. Encouraged by this we are in process of
introducing more such job oriented courses.
Aggressively designed curriculums, job oriented
foundation programmes of Cradle provide our
students the most suitable and dynamic
packages. The success of the Institution is
dedicated to highly experienced and qualified
faculty, the supporting management and other
efficient staff. The base is the world-class
state of the art infrastructure and peaceful
educational environment at Cradle Delhi. We are
thankful to the students, their parents and the
industry in reposing faith in Cradle and its
initiatives I convey my best wishes to all of
them.
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Housekeeping Carts A Blessing Ora Curse?? by
Purnima Verma
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Enhancing The Career And Growth In The Sector Of
Healthcare And Paramedical -by Mr. Ashok-Park
Group Of Hospitals Organizing Committee
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Events Lectures From Industry Experts Why
Corporate Communication Is Important In
Healthcare-by Varita Malhotra - Park Group Of
Hospitals
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Discourse
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Prof. Narender Lohchab
Training Placements-2015-16
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Principal (Academic) Cradle Group
Current Batches- Hotel Management Paramedical
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OVER VIEW of HOSPITALITY Industry OVER VIEW of HOSPITALITY Industry
India has a unique blend of timeless fascination and which further effectively implement and invest in modern approaches-An ideal holiday destination, various tourism strategies. which goes beyond traveller's imagination and this To meet these changing and challenging demands, unique quality, A place India on a special platform in hoteliers are seeking innovative alternatives to cater the world of tourism. India is a home to endless, guests. India has lot of opportunities in this global exquisite archaeological collections which can never booming hospitality industry. The Indian Hospitality match any other country all over the world. States Industry has materialised as one of the key drivers here have stunning scenery which is perfectly suited of growth among the service sectors of world. It to exploration, relaxation, and religiously helps in contributes 6.23 to the national GDP and 8.78 turning traveller's stay- an unforgettable experience. to the employment of the country.Infact India is the It is an ideal place for peaceful break. Tourism and ninth largest civil aviation market in the world in hospitality have emerged as the main contributors of 2014. The sector is projected to be the third largest the service sectors in our country. With such a wide aviation market globally by 2020 .It caters 117 range in our cultural and historical heritage, variety million domestic and 43 million international of geographical features India has a large potential passengers in 2014 and in coming 10 years it can for earning foreign exchange. reach 337 million domestic and 84 million People across the world are curious and their interest International Passengers. has brought name, fame and created jobs in all If you have great zeal, enthusiasm and passion for sectors. Economic growth has increased by leaps and this Industry then work hard, lucrative career waits bounds. Increasing global travel is quite visible across for you. all segments- leisure, corporate and group travel India has a unique blend of timeless fascination and which further effectively implement and invest in modern approaches-An ideal holiday destination, various tourism strategies. which goes beyond traveller's imagination and this To meet these changing and challenging demands, unique quality, A place India on a special platform in hoteliers are seeking innovative alternatives to cater the world of tourism. India is a home to endless, guests. India has lot of opportunities in this global exquisite archaeological collections which can never booming hospitality industry. The Indian Hospitality match any other country all over the world. States Industry has materialised as one of the key drivers here have stunning scenery which is perfectly suited of growth among the service sectors of world. It to exploration, relaxation, and religiously helps in contributes 6.23 to the national GDP and 8.78 turning traveller's stay- an unforgettable experience. to the employment of the country.Infact India is the It is an ideal place for peaceful break. Tourism and ninth largest civil aviation market in the world in hospitality have emerged as the main contributors of 2014. The sector is projected to be the third largest the service sectors in our country. With such a wide aviation market globally by 2020 .It caters 117 range in our cultural and historical heritage, variety million domestic and 43 million international of geographical features India has a large potential passengers in 2014 and in coming 10 years it can for earning foreign exchange. reach 337 million domestic and 84 million People across the world are curious and their interest International Passengers. has brought name, fame and created jobs in all If you have great zeal, enthusiasm and passion for sectors. Economic growth has increased by leaps and this Industry then work hard, lucrative career waits bounds. Increasing global travel is quite visible across for you. all segments- leisure, corporate and group travel
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opportunities to as many as 4 million people in
the health care segment or other related sectors
catering to the needs of the medication. Indian
has become one of the favourite for healthcare
treatments which is owing to the vast differences
in medical expenses in western countries. Due to
the India's progressive nature of the healthcare
sector several foreign companies are intending to
even invest in the country. Health care jobs are
considered to be one among of the most noble
career options which is known to be the single
largest profession all around the world. There
are numerous medical complexities the need for
advanced medical care have necessitated the
recruitment of qualified experienced medical
professionals in this field such as medical
laboratory technicians
,radiologists, medical assistants, doctors
physicians. Vital information on Hospitals are
provided by employment agencies who help people
register as healthcare workers, Medical
recruiting agencies, travel resettlement
agencies local recruiting. Challenges facing
Indian healthcare Challenges for Indian
Healthcare remained same even after lots of years
have passed. While we have seen 100 billion
growth by 2015, the perennial problems facing
India are still those arising from malnutrition
(infant mortality, lacking overall development),
sanitation and access to affordable
hospitalization and clinical care. On the other
end of the spectrum, availability of a skilled
workforce both doctors and nursing and support
staff is cringing. Doctor-nurse density per
10,000 persons of the Indian population is an
abysmal 19 (6.5 doctors 13 nurses). (WHO
report 2012).
Paramedics are responsible for emergency medical
care of persons involved in a number of
incidents, including violent assaults, strokes,
boating and car accidents, and serious injuries.
They are the actually the Biggest level of
emergency medical personnel. Their responsibility
is to provide advanced emergency care to patients
who are being transported to hospitals. The
Indian Paramedical and Healthcare systems include
public and private hospitals as well as
specialized other hospitals like ayurveda
offering this traditional Indian system of
alternative medicine. Almost all locals and
experts prefer using services of private
hospitals and clinics. All these private
hospitals and clinics are providing high standard
of care that is at the same level as North
American and European countries. Private
hospitals are modern and well equipped, and the
doctors are highly qualified and often trained
abroad. Indian Healthcare industry provides
employment
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in clinical areas, restrooms and public spaces as
well as the kitchen and laundry that helps them
to gain the trust and confidence the patients
and staff place in the care. Hospitals are
hiring Hospitality professionals at greater
extent in order to incorporate a Service Culture
to optimize the Patient Experience. Also it
helps hospitals to become great hospital leaders
in the industry and improve their branding in the
market. The Main function of every hospital is to
communicate a healthy lifestyle to patients and
their circle of family friends with
accreditation of (non- medical) Service Quality
Standards.
Healthcare means Healing with Hospitality. As we
all know that Global healthcare and Paramedical
sector is continuing to grow and change, so also
the expectations of patients are growing at
medical and non-medical level. To meet all the
demands and expectations Hospitals and Clinics
are becoming increasingly aware of the pivotal
role of Hospitality Service Culture. At same
level Hotels Resorts are rapidly improving
their Health Wellness services for their
guests. To make it more clear we understand that
when a patient stays in a hospital, he and his
family trust you with their lives and their
well-being. They trust the hospital to work and
to deliver the disease prohibition solutions
across your facility that will help the hospitals
to constantly improve patient outcomes and
improve the operational efficiency. Every
Hospital or Healthcare center takes care of
various issues like disinfection, cleaning and
hygiene
Similarly as healthcare is taking advantage from
a hospitality-style approach of focusing on a
service culture, the hospitality industry can
learn from healthcare's expertise in
complex-system management, which involves a
system with many moving parts, some of which are
independent of each other, the presence of
numerous intertwined legal, human resource, and
supply chain subsystems.
But the approaches we are taking with the
patients experience as well as in complex
management system are not likely to be very
effective and will not be able to help us to
achieve the results we are expecting and looking
for in both the sectors.
So it is required to understand the link between
both the sectors and to use the learning from the
areas for reaping better benefits.
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CELEBRATING 10 years of SUCCESS
Preeti Grover Luthra Front Office Faculty.
COMING OF AGE
There is something about the number 10 it often
signifies maturity, recognition and a sense of
achievement. We are now officially 10 years old,
can stand up and be counted. We have seen our
fair share of ups and downs. We have moved,
passed various challenges that an education
entails both internal and external and we have
effectively carved a niche for ourselves in
hospitality and Healthcare Education. We have
obviously learnt from the past, tried our best to
eliminate the mistakes and consolidate on our
strengths. In fact, it has only just begun, but
today we feel like we have finally arrived. It is
probably something about the number 10 .It is
very heartening to see that we have gained the
respect and the good wishes of the industry at
large, an industry that we have set out to inform
and serve. In our own way, we are proud to say
that over the 10 year we have succeeded in
setting benchmarks in training and placement,
benchmarks in providing educationand have come
to be looked upon as an integral part of this
industry.
Celebrating 10 years of success and more to
come....
2016
We would like to thank each and every one of you
in the industry .who has stood by this for the
last 10 years and our outstanding team at
Approval for Extension in Trades from Healthcare
Sector Skill Council
2015
CRADLE OF MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE for making this
possible. We are sure we will have many more
reasons to celebrate
Introduction to Paramedical Courses / Initiative
together in the years to come.
2014
for Skill Development under Star Scheme /
Affiliation from Healthcare Sector Skills Council
An initiative for Skill Development under Hunar
Se Rojgar Programme
2013
Approval for Extension in Trades from
National Council of Vocational Training
2012
Defined a separate Training Placement Cell,
Generated maximum number of admissions in
Hospitality Courses
2011
Affiliation from National Council of Vocational
Training, Ministry of Labour Employment, Govt.
of India
2010
2009
Extension of Practical Labs in Hotel Management
Department
Arrange VT/IT in reputed brands like Taj Group of
Hotels etc. Arranged various events to boost
student confidence, Participated in Seminars
Exhibitions in various states in India
2008
2007
Affiliation with Punjab Technical University,
Jalandhar
First step towards delivering Quality Education
2006
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GREETINGS From HOSPITALITY World
C
radle of Management Institute is one of the
premier bank of knowledge which is
dedicated towards empowering the young talent
towards the amazing and bright
line of career in Hotel Management and
Hotel Operations. With several
certifications like ISO and affiliation from
esteemed Universities. It has much to offer to
the students in comparison to any other hotel
management institution/college. I wish Cradle of
Management Institute all the best for the future
and wish them luck in shaping better
careers. Chef Vivek Saggar
HEAD- BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT (TOURISM HOSPITALITY
SKILL COUNCIL) GENERAL SECRETARY-INDIAN CULINARY
FORUM T
he idiom of Athithi Devo Bhava (Guest is God) is
ingrained in our culture. And
this attitude is reflected in all aspects of
Hospitality industry. The demand for
trained manpower in this sector is rising
by the day. With the government's
initiative skill India emphasis is also being
laid on tourism as well as hospitality. The onus
of developing career path, skill competency and
qualifications to meet the estimated
demand of two lac personnel per year is on the
Institutes. The food industry is growing in
terms of number and size we are exposed
to new concepts, international and regional
cuisines. It is the chefs who have been
continuously contributing to the evolution of
gourmet experience, creating art of plating
and signature dishes through innovations.
It's amazing to see the precision of
science and creative art that chefs
practice. They have the challenging task of
maximizing productivity, controlling costs,
upgrading menus and introducing new dishes to
keep the restaurant contemporary. Going a step
further today we see many restaurant concepts
which are chef owned and driven, that
successfully compete with others. Positive
attitude, energy and friendliness will take one a
long way in this field. Other than that, good
communication skills, excellent organisational
and administrative skills, personal charm, a
polite and pleasing personality, flexibility and
a confident approach are the skills which will
help any individual to grow in this field. One
has to be comfortable with unearthly working
hours and doing menial work at times Chef Bharat
Alagh
REGIONAL CHEF NORTH ,CITRUS HOTELS, JOINT
SECRETARY-INDIAN CULINARY FORUM IInstitute.
Congratulations..!
t gives me immense pleasure in welcoming young
talents who would be learning
their comprehensive basics from experiences
educators of Cradle of Management
And I look forward to many more future
hospitality leaders carry out their niche in this
ever expanding hospitality industry. 77
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GREETINGS From HOSPITALITY World
Roop K Pandita
GENERAL MANAGER FORTUNE PARK BOULVARD Fan
institute which dreams and makes an effort to
support you with a career and
irstly Wishing all of you a great 2016. It is
very encouraging to see young
students aspiring to become hoteliers. You are
really lucky to be associated with
livelihood. Keep up the great work in creating
passionate hoteliers.
Anish Manichan
TRAINING MANAGER, COUNTRY INN AND SUITES
Bmanager in 2-5 years. To a graduating student
or to a newcomer joining college
udding Hoteliers and soon graduating students
often ask me What is the secret
to success, What is the best department where I
can grow fast and become a
or his first job, there seems to be so much to
learn in order to become an expert at his/her
  • trade or a successful hotel manager. At times it
    may seem intimidating and a daunting task.
    However A.S.K.(attitude, Skill Knowledge)are
    cumulative and if you make a concious effort to
    master your basics (management skills)
    right, it may seem very exciting and
    challenging for you.
  • Hoteliers are MADE, not born. Being called a
    hotelier is not for the meak hearted or the
    un-proactive individual. When you are young and
    inexperienced, if you want to stand
  • out, you must be willing to work hard and for
    long hours and in the hotel business you know
    you are paid less than your IT doctorate
    friends. I remember my mentor told me that I
    should always volunteer to take on extra tasks.
    In time, people will notice that you are a team
    player and you will be valued more. I was willing
    to sacrifice in order to get what I wanted I
    dreamed of being a GM. But, of course, I loved
    what I did. I enjoy working in the service
    industry. Luck, being at the right place at the
    time, is another factor. Sometimes, you can make
    your "luck" but that is not always true.
  • My advice to any young hotelier has always been
    very simple and easy to read but is very
    difficult to achieve
  • Master your communication skills (English/ Hindi/
    Vocabulary) and be quick with your responses no
    guest likes to wait
  • Learn to be proactive, don't wait to be told.
    Always grab an opportunity to be noticed for pre
    conceiving guest/ seniors requests.
  • Know your brand and its service standards.
  • Be a team member (at a junior position and even
    when you're a manager)
  • SMILE its tax free
  • Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, Suites Hotels by
    Carlson, Gurgaon and always remember The season
    of failure is the best time for sowing the seeds
    of success
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INTRODUCTION of "Extra Corporeal PHOTOPHERESIS
(ECP)"
by BLK Super Speciality Hospital
On achieving a milestone of 500 bone marrow
transplants by Department of Hemato-Oncology and
Bone Marrow Transplant at BLK Super Speciality
Hospital, the team of doctors have launched a new
advanced mode of therapy to treat patients with
graft versus host failures (GVHD) following
transplants. The department of Hematology and
Transfusion Medicine have introduced this new
immunotherapy called Extra Corporeal
Photopheresis (ECP). Extracorporeal photopheresis
is an intensive procedure which involves the
removal and collection of a portion of a
patient's blood cells mainly white blood cells
(eg. lymphocytes). Furthers a light sensitive
drug is added to these cells and cell are exposed
to an UV light before re-infusing them back to
the patients. The treated cells infusion show
altered immune response and cause the down
regulation of the immune function in patients
with many skin conditions as well as GVHD. ECP is
a standard treatment of care for patients with a
rare skin cancer called Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma
(CTCL) in western world and it also offers a ray
of hope for patients suffering from GVHD mainly
involving the skin and gastro intestinal tract.
As the team of doctors at BLK Hospital, pioneered
the bone marrow transplant, now they are moving
ahead in treating the transplant patient
suffering from GVHD. This is one of the most
advanced treatments which can be offered to these
patients and its one of its kind available in
India till now. ECP is a standard treatment of
care for patients with a rare skin cancer called
Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma (CTCL) in western world
and it also offers a ray of hope for patients
suffering from GVHD mainly involving the skin and
gastro intestinal tract. As the team of doctors
at BLK Hospital, pioneered the bone marrow
transplant, now they are moving ahead in treating
the transplant patient suffering from GVHD. This
is one of the most advanced treatments which can
be offered to these patients and its one of its
kind available in India till now.
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BAN PROCESSED Food? No, WE SHOULD RATHER demand
it !
Chef Anuj Kapoor Executive Chef Four Points by
Sheraton
The other day while watching TV I came across
the images of Ameri Consumer Rights Group
protesting vociferously against processed fo It
is actually a common sight... common enough for
not warranti a second thought, common since
Michelle Obama announced "Processed Food
begone"! In days to come, I noticed similar
protests at home, here in India. Read about them
in Food Beverage trade journals, magazines and
even national dailies. Is it all a matter of
chance, I wondered, or maybe it was always there
just that I never noticed. One way or the other,
I told myself this was yet another movement
originating in the west having travelled the
usual route via television channels social media
pages, groups and petitions and award winning
recipe books. It is on its way to become a fad
here. Everyone seems to be in such a hurry to
scream Say-No-To-All-Processed-Food that it seems
anyone who has ever liked processed food must
feel ashamed of having done that. Modern
fast/processed food is disastrous and that
message is propagated I do have a very secret
submission, at the risk of all the hate mails and
messages to follow. I do not agree with this. In
fact all this outcry is outright nonsense. Before
anyone jumps to conclusions, I am not a fan of
canned baked beans or anchovies. I love my Bhindi
ki subzi and I've loved the childhood times
when we just broke a piece off the cauliflower
and hile mother would cut it for dinner
preparation, and the raw floret actually used to
have awesome 'organic' flavour to it. So in that
sense I am deeply grounded well to the
roots. But, I want to ask, is all that hoopla and
opposition only 'certain' (well defined) hemicals
being added to 'some' ell explained) products. No
and There's all this brouhaha of dly opposing
processed food in te. Who has the time to stop sk
those insignificant questions. I ask this because
the movement is gaining momentum and very soon it
would not remain in any one organization's,
body's or NGO's control. It worries me to see
that it really is becoming about opposing ALL
processed food. Well let me break this to you All
Fresh and All Natural is against history and
rather obnoxious. As a Chef let me tell you -
Fresh food can give you quite a shock when you
encounter it. For our Ancestors - almost all
fresh was nasty and all natural tasted bad. Fresh
meat was tough resilient - it needed to be
hung, dried, spiced, cured, smoked. Fresh milk
tasted warm and quite unmistakably a bodily
excretion - no wonder children naturally hate it
besides their own mother's, and have to be
conditioned (read forced) to consume it. Fresh
berries can be impossibly sour and fresh
vegetables can be very bitter. Natural was also
usually indigestible. Grains ranging
can ate it w od. ng against c (w No. blin a
has and a
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Chef Anuj Kapoor Executive Chef Four Points by
Sheraton
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Nupur Chauhan Microbiology Faculty
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Purnima Verma House Keeping Faculty
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Ashok Bedwal Chief Operating Officer Park Group
of Hospitals
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MEMORIES of Fresher's PARTY 2015!!! CMI had
organized Fresher's party on September 2015. All
the Fresher's were welcomed in the institute with
this Grand Welcome party. This party was an ice
breaker for the Fresher's and was attended by the
senior students, faculty members and the
management of the institute. Students from all
the classes participated and enjoyed. Solo
performance, group performance and ramp walk was
organized. Chief guest invited for this event was
Mr. Tushar Abrol, Learning and Development
Manager of Vivanta by Taj Gurgaon. On this
event, students especially fresher's were able to
showcase their talent. Winners were as
follows Mr. Fresher Dimpy Sondhi Miss
fresher - Alisha Solo performance - Anil Group
performance - Play by Degree students (Shivam,
Neeraj, Pankaj Singh, Pankaj Chand, Sajid, Surya
Prakash, Suraj, Mohit, Aman)
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Bio Examination
Life is a big examination? God is a great
examiner. We all are students in his class. Our
life is an answer book.
And the ?nal hour of examination My dear is the
old age. The ?nal call given by God. Signi?es the
end of the examination. Our answer book are
snatched away. And life comes to an end. Kartik
Shokeen Paramedical
To write down our answer. The world is an
examination hall. We assemble there to sit. The
time allowed in three hours. The ?rst hour of
examination. Is spent in childhood. The second
hour of examination. Is spent in enjoying the
youth.
Politics-A Viable Career Option for the
Youth Politics-the mere mention of this word
makes the young teens ?inch. No wonder then,
joining politics is a far-fetched thought for the
most of them. Therefore, it comes as no surprise
that many teens do not considerate as a viable
career option. The word politics(read corruption,
scams, et all)paints such a dreary picture that
hardly anyone would like to be associated with
it. And to the ?re, the present bunch of
politicians seems to have tarnished its images
beyond repair. But why not look at the brighter
side and explore the plethora of opportunities
that politics has to offer. There is no denying
that politics
can prove to be a very promising career. burning
desire to make it big and good political career a
boost. Participation of the Indian youth in
upcoming year. Most of the educated politics
does need educated people who decisions to make
difference to the India's educated citizens
don't realize Educated Indians should join
politics Omar Abdullah, Milind Deora, Sachin
who would attract many more like them. about
joining politics. Today's youth undoubtedly is
very their rights and powers as citizens of the
I n d i a t o b e c o m e a w o r l d - c l a
s s
A willingness to work for the masses, a public
speaking skills can really give your
politics is extremely important in the
Indians don't even think about it. Indian can
reason out things and take informed masses. It
is the misfortune of India that the importance of
entering this ?eld. and try to bring about a
positive change. Pilot etc. are educated young
politicians We have to change the peoples'
view
ambitious and goal-oriented.They know world's
largest democracy. They want developed country
and are infuriated by
the widespread corruption in the political system
of this country. However, they still don't
realize that system. It is very easy to ?nd ?aws
in the current political scenario, but what is
required of us is to become a part of the process
to know the realities at the grass root
level. Politics is like a body that is withering
due to the old and stagnant views imposed on it.
What it needs is a whiff of fresh air and young
generation of India, need to pitch in and be a
part of this revolution, so that we don't have to
call leaders as old as 40 'youth leaders.'Ready
for politics, anyone? Ashish Vith Sem. 2299
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BBrBRaaAVEve
tears. She remembered the gut wrenching pain
she'd felt when she realized her best friend's
her soul sister's days were number. She spoke up
Can I go see her. I- I think so. She softly
opened the door of the room. She met with a sigh
she'd never forget in her life. Her best friend
lying on the hard hospital bed, pale as
Death and hooked up to more machines and needles
than she could count. Tears blurred her vision as
Eva's eyes opened and she cracked a weak
humorless smile, This is really weird, huh?
Shreya barely managed to nod keeping herself from
crying. Eva pursed her lips as she tried to
gather the strength to say something.What the
doctors say? she ?nally managed. I-I don't
know, I haven't talked to them yet. She turned
her head on the pillow. It doesn't matter I
know what's going to happen anyway. Shreya
walked over to the bed slowly and sank to her
knees next to Eva , grasping her hand. Don't say
that Ev, you'll be ?ne just you see. The doctors
will- The doctors will what Shreya? What can
they do? I'm dying , I know it mom knows it and
they known it! It's not going to go away because
we want it too.'' Shreya turned her head and
Eva's eyes softened.I 'm sorry that was harsh.
Shreya look at me. You 've got to take care of
mom you know how she is. She'll stop doing
anything . Be there for her. And for Heaven's
sake don't wear that horrible black dress- I
don't know how you call it a dress- to my
funeral. Himanshu Mishra Vith Sem
Shreya burst through the hospital door and walked
quickly to the reception desk. Ms.Eva Grover,
please, she said breathlessly. The bored
receptionist was taking her own sweet time and
Shreya wanted to shout at her to just hurry up.
The lady checked the log and said monotonously,
Room 301.Head down that corridor, She gestured.
Take the elevator to the third ?oor. Turn left
and keep going. She barely waited for her to
?nish and ran off, bumping into people and
apologizing. Impatients, she stabbed the
elevator button, trying to make it go faster by
sheer will. She ignored the strange looks sent
her way. She hopped from foot and rushed out as
ignored the strange looks sent her way. She
hopped from foot and rushed out as soon as the
lift stopped. Staff room, Room 304,303,302she
found Eva's mom outside room 301.One look at her
tear stained face was enough to send chills of
foreboding down her spine. Shreya wrapped her
arms around her tiny frame. Mrs. Grover what
is it? Shreya, she just. Collapsed and I don't
know what to do Rohan's at work numbers isn't
reachable and she's so pale. It okay, I m
here. It's eating her Shreya she's a shell! It is
like she's already gone as if she's a ghost she
hardly talks, she doesn't smile. She just stares
out the window and and- Shreya remembers Eva's
smile the smile of a troublemaker. When you saw
the twinkle in her eyes you knew you were in for
it. She also remembered the day Eva was diagnosed
with disease. She remembered the sorrow. She
remembered the
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