The cover story ‘Getting a high from helping others’ was very well-written and also loaded with very useful information. It was only through this story that I learnt about many of our friends doing similar and even more challenging work. I also wish to add that I was really impressed by the layout of your magazine. In additon to information, it also has a lot of other features that will attract readers. Though the magazine caters to the youth, its regular sections can be read by just about anyone. Mohd Rizwan Parvez
Centre for Advocacy and Research
Inspiring india’s future
I appreciate that M.Y.O.D has been kind enough to tell my life’s story and send the message to its readers that I have been trying to disseminate to all through my profession. I find the rest of the magazine very interesting and inspiring as well. It’s very important to know about others and the examples that your magazine is trying to set are brilliant. I am so very delighted to be a part of a magazine which is trying to help and guide the future of India. It’s a balance of guidance and information.
Couldn’t stop reading
I really enjoyed reading the February issue cover story “Entrepreneurship: Unplugged” and knowing about some young people and their experiences in the fields they wish to be in. It is all about taking the risk and believing in oneself, which helps a person march ahead, make his dreams come true and try his hand at entrepreneurship. The survey on “Entrepreneurship in India” revealed the kind of truths and facts one should check out before plunging into it. The article on the increase in blogging in India and people earning good bucks out of it shows great efforts taken by the editor and reporters to cover a topic which is not known to many but can prove to be quite beneficial for the readers. I hope the magazine continues to guide and inform its readers the way it has been doing so far. Best wishes for future editions as well.
Making a difference
I am very impressed by the title of your magazine and by its purpose. For the last three years, I have been constantly trying to choose a career which will give me work satisfaction. Consequently, I left my fat-salary job to choose a career which was more in accordance with my dreams. I could manage to make a difference to my life and to the people around me.
Social sector revealed
The March issue of M.Y.O.D has come out very well. The information will definitely help young people interested in making their career in the social sector. I was glad to know that there are other change makers like me who are trying to make a difference and bring in some much needed change.
Enakshi Ganguly Thukral
Excitement at each page
I am sure the March issue’s cover story will definitely inspire more youngsters to join the field. Your magazine is a compilation of information and motivational stories. On every page, there is something very exciting and interesting to read.
This is the first time I’m writing feedback for any magazine. The article on private universities in M.Y.O.D reflected the debate on higher education in India very well. I agree that private universities are generating educational opportunities. It is easy to blame them, but till the government comes up with a permanent solution providing ample educational opportunities, it should continue to support the efforts of private universities.