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Here is a roadmap on how to join a PhD research program, and make informed choices about the most interesting journey of your student career: to achieve a PhD degree.
The Compensation Pact is the single best way to make more money at work; a career strategy that every woman should know and use!
The rise of 'Only Women' social networks has the potential to transform how women work with and support each other.
Arunima Shekhar turned Entrepreneur with Tell-A-Tale, a start-up in the business of telling children stories. She shares her life as an entrepreneur.
Swaathi Kakarla is Co-Founder at Skscript, a start-up technology firm. But here's what's interesting - while a tech entrepreneur, she is still at college.
Pursuing a hobby business while holding a job is engaging, and a good source of income. Here are tips to handle a hobby business smoothly.
How is a Dial-an-Auto business making the lives of auto-drivers and commuters a lot more easier? Aishwarya Raman, co-founder of Auto Raja, shares her insights.
A young innovator has designed a kit to make information available to blind women. We talk to Sadhvi Thukral about her menstruation kit, her inspiration, and her vision.
Sugandha Sukrutaraj talks about AMBA, a powerful, sustainable answer to the socio-economic needs of Indians challenged by autism.
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to become a writer. How can someone with a flair for writing find opportunities?
In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan answers a question on how to socialise at work when there are very few women in the team
Reporting to two managers can be tricky. In this edition of the Q&A for working women in India, life coach Jaya Narayan talks about handling dotted line reporting in a matrix organisation structure.
Work-life balance is necessary for everyone, regardless of their gender. Are we doing women and men a disservice by asking only women this question?
Sometimes, even small changes can improve your work life balance, and ultimately, your quality of life. Start making these changes today.
Rejoining work after maternity leave? This working mother's honest narrative will give you some useful tips to ease back into work.