Category Archive: Students

Feb
18

Student Clubs & Extracurricular Activities – Stepping stone towards a bright career

As the popular saying goes, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” But students should prefer the more inspirational line in the course of their career: “Follow your bliss to make opportunity knock the door.” The experts also believe that students who consider extracurricular activities as a part of their learning are generally much more …

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Feb
16

Let Failure Not Be An Option: Things To Keep In Mind Before Starting Up

If you’re an entrepreneur or planning to become one, you will find advice in plenty often not much useful, you will also be constantly worrying about the success of your startup and what pitfalls to avoid. It’s normal to, after all, you’ve invested your money, resources, and your time completely to give shape to your …

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Feb
16

How to Become Job Ready Professionals By Taking Advantage of Experiential Learning

Experiential learning can be defined as process of learning which is not limited to just interactive classroom session. It is boundaryless and helps students relate to theories through their application in the real world wherein they desire to enter. It can be in the form of opportunities that help them tackle challenges that come their …

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Feb
15

Impact of Goods and Services Tax on Indian Economy

Renowned as one of the biggest tax reform of India, GST (Goods and Services Tax) is thoroughly based on the notion of “one nation, one market, one tax”. The biggest indirect tax has come into effect on 1st July 2017 which straightforwardly unified the whole nation into one single entity. In this blog, we will …

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Feb
15

Cloud Computing – A Trustworthy Helping Hand For SMBs & Entrepreneurs

No matter what your teachers call you in school – an average student, last-bencher nerd, or a talented class-topper. You all must have some big career plans to pursue, and even bigger business ideas to chase. Presumably, you’re good at planning, sharp in creating strategies and fast enough to make fruitful decisions. But, how will …

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Feb
14

Entrepreneurial Self Awareness Course – An Initiative by FIIB

Students often assume the relevance of entrepreneurship courses to their career prospects if they are not inclined to pursue new venture creation in the near future. The criticality of having an entrepreneurial mindset for growth and survival in today’s corporate sector is not understood by most students. This underlines the need for exposing students at …

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Feb
14

Blockchain – The Next Generation Business Revolution

All these years, the corporate sector has been working in the respective silos. Customer identity and records were restricted to the sector in which a customer was dealing. With technological growth, the need of the hour was the quick flow of information and prompt decision making. For all those who have been hoping for this …

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Feb
11

8 Must-Know Data Analytics Tools For MBA Students

What exactly hits your mind when someone questions you about “Data Analytics Tool”? Obviously, the very first thing that comes in your mind is Excel spreadsheet. One of the crucial part of MS-Office suite that introduces us all with pivot tables, graphing tools, and formulas and if you are ready to go extra step then …

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Feb
05

Q&A: FIIB Students Debate Implications of Budget 2019

Making and representing a budget requires a strategic approach and India has to work diversely to reshape its future. The finance budget 2019 panel discussion started with Government promoting sustainable growth and finished with students opening up their curiosity boxes in front of two panellists, Ranjeet Kumar Mishra (Chartered Accountant (C.A.) & Cost Accountant (I.C.W.A.)), …

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Feb
04

Technology Changing the Landscape of Jobs – An MBA Student’s Perspective

It has become very much complex to answer the question whether technology will reduce the number of jobs. The simple answer is ‘no’ but an elaborate answer would include how technology is changing the landscape of jobs and how we need to update our skills to stay relevant. Actually, there are two viewpoints, either with …

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