Jamia’s Jauhar magazine is looking for students to interview for their next issue. They are looking for students who have made unconventional choices in terms of education with a career in mind.
For instance, a law graduate might have chosen to get an MBA in order to work as a legal-business analyst or something related to it. Or, a student of Arabic might have enrolled in a certification course for computers to work for an outsourced process of some Arab company. Or, a mechanical engineering student might be pursuing a PhD in Bio-Sciences for god knows what kind of a career in the health-care industry. (This last one is an actual instance.)
Anyways, I’m sure you get the idea of what sort of people they are looking for to interview. If you think you’re such a person or know somebody who is, then please contact us with your name and phone number. The time window on this is small, so contact us as soon as possible.
Also, this goes without saying, this is meant only for Jamia students.
If interested, you can either use the website’s Contact Form or write to us at editor[at]jamiajournal.com
If you need further clarification, just leave a comment under this post.
To read the latest edition of Jauhar, follow this link: Jauhar Magazine [pdf]
Addendum: I should have mentioned this earlier; you don’t need to be in Delhi for this. The interview can be conducted over the phone.