The French Embassy at New Delhi requires Press Officer with following details :
Duties: include research and classification of information, drafting letters, monitoring the press and press events, preparing a synthesis of Hindi press articles in English and assisting in French t...
Under the supervision of the Deputy Regional Director, the incumbent:
Acts as technical manager, adviser and coordinator for ICT function in the region.
Oversees, manages, leads and supports overall ICT functions at the regional office and country officesin the South Asia region...
Date: Jan 15, 2012
Location: New Delhi, IN
Position Title Senior Program Officer, Measurement, Learning and Evaluation
Division Global Health Program
Department HIV & Tuberculosis
Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda G...
Bharti airtel Limited is a leading global telecommunications company with operations in 19 countries across Asia and Africa. The company offers mobile voice & data services, fixed line, high speed broadband, IPTV, DTH, turnkey telecom solutions for enterprises and national & international long dista...
Accenture is currently looking for “Language Specialists”. Professionals fulfilling the following criteria may apply at the link given below :
• Should have 2 -4 years of experience.
• Should have good written, oral and good interpretation skills in French ( A2/B1 ) or ...
DELF A1 or A2 is not a cakewalk especially when you are going for Quebec Immigration.
If you speak to your agent in detail he will explain you that one needs to get at least 16 out of 25 in Spoken and Listening to qualify for points for Quebec PR.
To get 16 out of 25 in both is a herculean tas...
This was the question put to me by one of my students who is studying for DELF examination with the sole purpose of applying for Quebec PR status.
Not at all is my short answer, quite on the contrary Quebecers are renowned to be one of the most welcoming and accepting people in the whole world, s...
The mother of all verbs in any language is “être” which means “to be” in English and in Hindi the verb is “Hoona” (होना)
Let me explain it to you using our mother tongue Hindi.
In Hindi the “Hoona” (होना) verb will be conjugated with the pronouns as :
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