Tuesday, August 21, 2018
facebook

google plus


Offer for students travelling abroad

19 Aug 2018 | 1:41 AM

WITH ore than 5,00,000 students from India expected to travel abroad for studies this year, airlines are offering travel packages to them. Jet Airways has launched eduJetter programme for this year.

[ + read story ]

WITH ore than 5,00,000 students from India expected to travel abroad for studies this year, airlines are offering travel packages to them. Jet Airways has launched eduJetter programme for this year. eduJetter includes a host of benefits which include an exceptional baggage allowance of up to 69 kg tagged and checked-in till the final destination, 7500 JPMiles, 8 per cent discount on Base fare, as well as a bouquet of partner benefits such as Forex Card from Cox & Kings, free SIM card with exclusive calling rates from Uniconnect, as well as 10 per cent discount on JetEscapes travel/holiday packages.

Apart from the above-mentioned benefits, the airline has also simplified the entire process of eduJetter application and booking, as part of enhancing the appeal of the programme. The new, automatic application process is extremely user-friendly and allows students to apply in three simple steps – book a flight ticket, visit the eduJetter page on the Jet Airways website (www.jetairways.com) to fill an online request form. The student then receive an updated ticket from the airline with applicable eduJetter benefits within 72 hours.

The eduJetter programme has been expanded to include flights operated by Jet Airways’ 21 codeshare partners such as Etihad Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Qantas and Virgin Atlantic which offers students to reach 200+ destinations in North America, 100+ destinations in Europe and an equally robust network in the East. With its codeshare partners, Jet Airways has assured connectivity from 40+ destinations in India to almost anywhere in the world via the airlines’ gateways in Amsterdam Schiphol, Paris (Charles De Gaulle), London Heathrow, and Abu Dhabi offering seamless travel with through check-in and baggage tagged till the final destination.

The programme will make it easier and convenient for Indian students with confirmed admissions to universities and institutions in UK, Australia, Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, USA — to start on their overseas academic journey. All that a student needs to be eligible of the eduJetter offer is student visa and a copy of the university acceptance letter.

For more information, students may log on to jetairways.com/eduJetter 

Scholarship Round-Up

Postgraduate Taught Sheffield Scholarship

19 Aug 2018 | 1:40 AM

THE University of Sheffield, UK is pleased to offer the Postgraduate Taught Sheffield Scholarship 2018 to international students starting a taught masters programme in September 2018

Course Chat

PenTest+ training and certification programme

19 Aug 2018 | 1:38 AM

IN order to meet the rising demand for professional cyber security Penetration Testers in India CompTIA, has recently launched a training and certification programme titled, CompTIA PenTest +. The test complements the already existing CySA+ course which covers defensive security strategies.

Right on track

Right on track

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

One sector that disrupted the world economy is Railways. Over the years, it has become so competent that it has transformed the way we move.

Create content, go live and get paid

Create content, go live and get paid

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Online video content creators are no longer just people who create elaborate scripts and play out well-rehearsed scenes on our mobile screens.

Is a formal degree necessary for fine arts?
Career Hotline

Is a formal degree necessary for fine arts?

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Could you please explain what Fine Art really means? Is it necessary to have a formal qualification to be called a fine art painter?

Know your english

Know your english

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Learning a new language might seem a challenge if you have the right approach and technique. Here is a column that will help you with tips on how to improve your proficiency in English language.

Homework Lab scholarship contest
Scholarship Roundup

Homework Lab scholarship contest

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

An opportunity for students to win scholarships by participating in the essay-writing competition.

For the love of uniform
Career Compass: MA in police administration

For the love of uniform

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Do you aspire to be a part of police departments of various states or union territories directly?

Managers who run the show

Managers who run the show

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Many still believe that there are not many career opportunities in India beyond engineering, MBA and MBBS. The fact, however, is that there are several streams, which promise respectable salaries, that too without a professional degree.

Turn numbers in your favour
Subject Matter: Mathematics

Turn numbers in your favour

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Mathematics is the queen of all sciences. This reflects the significance, scope and importance of mathematics in the realm of sciences.

Diploma certificate
Course Cruising

Diploma certificate

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Flying Queen Air Hostess Training Institute, New Delhi, announces the commencement of admission for its one-year diploma and three months certificate course in air hostess/cabin crew training.

Assert without offending
Smart Strategy

Assert without offending

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Perspective towards the position of a boss or a superior has evolved dramatically over time.

Working on skills pays dividends

Working on skills pays dividends

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

“We do not need magic to change the world; we carry all the power we need inside ourselves already; we have the power to imagine better.”

Independence makes employees flower
Manager’s Desk

Independence makes employees flower

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Very few managers realise that a free and independent employee is more productive than a suppressed and unnecessarily burdened one.

Checking work emails in non-working hours can harm your health
Cubicle Trends

Checking work emails in non-working hours can harm your health

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

Turns out, employer expectations of work email monitoring during non-working hours are harmful to the health of not only employees but their family as well.

Optimism rules job market

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM

There is optimism in the job market as hiring is expected to see a 10 per cent increase this year vis-a-vis last year.

  • SpectrumA home-made high

    A home-made high

    The Vedas often mention Somras, a drink that was worshipped as an elixir. Not much is known about Somras just that gods thirsted for it and it is not even certain that this was a swadeshi alcoholic beverage.

  • A tree’s change of address

    Around a month ago, Delhi saw a revised version of the Chipko movement.

  • Brewing a plastic-free world

    In June, a photograph of stoke with its beak stuck in a ring served as a reminder of the plastic threat to the Earth.

more Spectrum...
Scholarship Round-Up

Postgraduate Taught Sheffield Scholarship

19 Aug 2018 | 1:40 AM
Course Chat

PenTest+ training and certification programme

19 Aug 2018 | 1:38 AM
Right on track

Right on track

15 Aug 2018 | 12:04 AM
more Jobs & Careers...