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Bhaskar Group to launch career magazine ‘Lakshya’ for students and professionals

18-September-2007
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Bhaskar Group to launch career magazine ‘Lakshya’ for students and professionals

The Bhaskar Group will soon launch ‘Lakshya’, which would be India’s first career magazine. ‘Lakshya’ will cater to students as well as professionals, and will focus on giving valuable guidance to students and young professionals on how to build their careers.

The magazine will feature important career-oriented tips, experts’ view from the world of education and corporates, a knowledge bank, and information on websites and study material required by students from different backgrounds. The magazine will be priced at Rs 10 and would be available all over India.

Bharat Kapadia, Executive Director, Bhaskar Group, said, “Lakshya magazine is unique since it offers professional career grooming guidance at every stage of one’s career. Unlike some other career magazines that focus only on entrance exams and entry level job opportunities, ‘Lakshya’ will provide regular insights into various career options.”

Yashwant Vyas, Editor, ‘Lakshya’, said, “This is an endeavour to bring to our readers an informative magazine. ‘Lakshya’ will not only give guidance to its readers, but will also show ways to achieve goals. It would cater to young students and professionals whose primary concern remains about building a strong foundation from where they can make a strong career.”

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