Category Archive: Faculty

Feb
01

Budget 2017: Quick highlights and Analysis

Major area of focus: 1. Fiscal Discipline Fiscal deficit increased to 3.2% Revenue deficit reduced to 2.1% Net borrowing at Rs. 4.5 lac crore 2. Infrastructure: 3.96 lac crore infrastructure allocation Allocation for Railways Rs. 55000 crores Defense allocation increased Rs. 5.8 lac crore: an increase by 5.8% Higher Allocation stepped up for Rs. 64000 …

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Dec
23

Commendation for IMC – Delegates Speak

The international conference was a great experience. We had the chance to spend 2 days at Fortune Institute of International Business.  Thank you for your warm welcome and the opportunity to have a rich exchange of exciting ideas with you and your colleagues, and the other national and international participants. Everything was so well organized, …

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Oct
19

Incorporating innovative Teaching Methods

Steve Jobs rightly said “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower” Areas such as business, governance, and technology are adopting absolutely innovative methods to function well with the growing demands of time. Hence it’s time innovation was brought into the classrooms too. There is a vast and promising scope for pedagogical innovations in management …

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Oct
17

FIIB Faculty Feature

Best academic institutes are known for their ranking, infrastructure, placement process and various facilities but what constitutes the true worth of an institute is the faculty that shapes and nurtures its students’ caliber. And these teachers and mentors also work incessantly to hone and polish their own skills and learning, to be further able to …

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Oct
13

Surgical Strikes-What’s the impact on India?

Albert Einstein was quite right when he said  “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” The recent surgical strikes across the border have to be understood in its proper perspective. The relationship between India and Pakistan has never been …

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Sep
28

Industrial Visit to Nestle’s Distribution Centre

FIIB industry Connect

On 24th May 2016 an Industrial visit to Nestle’s Distribution Center at Bahadurgarh, Haryana was scheduled for a group of students of MBA program at Sam Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas. As part of the delegation, I represented Fortune Institute of International Business, New Delhi for the visit. The distribution center is located …

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Sep
27

Faculty Focus

Dr. Nimit Gupta

A valuable faculty member and a valuable contributor to the field of management studies our Faculty Dr. Nimit Gupta, Associate professor and area chair marketing, is inducted as a member of Honorary Advisory committee for an International Conference on  Development of Economies through Innovation & Sustainable Growth: Vision 2020 October 15–16, 2016, organized by Institute of …

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Dec
08

FIIB @ BRICS Chamber of Commerce & Industry – E-Commerce Conclave

BRICS Chamber of commerce is a new platform that has been created to facilitate trading relations & bon homie between BRICS countries. Brazil, Russia, India, China & South Africa have been clubbed together to form this  group, with the hope that they would benefit each other with similar economies. This chamber works towards conducting workshops …

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Sep
10

Vaibhav RIP

Dear Vaibhav, It was an honour being your mentor. You were the life of my FLP student group. You were clearly the most adorable kid I have come across. I have had the privilege of teaching you & scolding you for your mistakes. You would walk into my cabin & crib till I threw you …

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May
13

INDIA VOTES

OUR DEMOCRACY As the world’s largest democracy goes to polls, the noisy cacophony that is India shows the world how it is done! Universal adult suffrage unlike any other, straddling religions, regions, education and caste….. 815 million voters who decide who forms government in Delhi. A logistical wonder, the Indian General Elections are watched by …

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