Category Archive: Students

Jan
13

5 Books every Student must Read

Ralph Waldo Emerson said “if we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he read.” We live in the digital age and like many other good things people have invented and found alternatives for books too, whether in the digital form or with the kindle versions. Whichever form one prefers …

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Jan
12

Revive the Resume

So it’s time to answer the age old question “tell me about yourself!” yes, the time of interviews and placements. But first things first, your resume or popularly known as the CV is the first crucial stage of your hiring process. You can’t really neglect the importance of a well written and well drafted resume. …

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Jan
04

Millennials

  Defining Millennials The term ‘Millennials’ has been doing rounds on news, social media and business world for quite some time now. And most happening news items too quite often contain this term. So, for convenience we cay that that anybody born in, or after 1984 is at present a millennial, and there may not …

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Dec
26

Student’s Experience: International Management Conference

When I joined FIIB a few months ago, during the orientation and interaction sessions, we were told about how students here really take charge of various clubs, committees, and events at FIIB. Little did I know that I’d be given opportunities to shoulder such responsibilities right from the beginning. Last week FIIB held an International …

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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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Dec
15

E-waste Management in association with ‘Chintan’

Technology and the ever-changing parameters of electronic and social media are impacting our lives and lifestyles in more ways than one. Your cherished cell phone or that close-to-your-heart laptop is no more in use, and you really can’t use that old style camera again. Laptops are shrinking and the cellphone screens are expanding, TV screens …

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Dec
14

Alumni Meet and Awards Night: Samanvay 2016

Fortune Institute of International Business held an Alumni Meet and Awards Night: Samanvay 2016, on Saturday the 3rd of December 2016, celebrating the achievements and accomplishments of its alumni since its foundation. The success of the event was a result of a three-month long preparation done on a war footing including the drives and social …

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Nov
29

Samavesh 2016 – FIIB’s Signature Fest

Fortune Institute of International Business hosts its signature Cultural fest every year wherein students from several B-schools, institutes and colleges across Delhi participate in over 20 competitive activities to showcase their talent. FIIB’s contemporary Management program ensures practical learning with correct exposure. Samavesh provides a platform for the management graduates to plan and organize a …

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Nov
23

Why I chose to major in Finance?

The MBA degree is an opportunity for my career advancement, I was always focused on adding specific business skills to my career graph so that it will add great firepower to my resume while appearing to management level positions. Finance is a field where the earning potential is immense. Being fascinated by the study of …

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Nov
21

From BBA to MBA: 1st Year into the PGDM program

There may be different opinions on whether doing and MBA will help career growth or not. For the longest period of time, this decision confused me too. Upon completion of my BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) in 2016, I researched thoroughly before finalizing what course I should opt for.  Intense research and guidance from alumni …

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