Category Archive: Students

May
04

Leadership Vs Management

  Gone are the times when the terms ‘manager’ and ‘leader’ were used interchangeably. With ever-evolving business paradigms and a smarter globally-conscious audience, these terms have come to be interlinked, sure, but are now clearly demarcated. Consequently, to become a trustworthy leader or a better manager, you would first need to understand what the terms …

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Apr
27

5 Business Lessons from Baahubali: The Beginning

Why did Kattapa kill Baahubali? This is the question that’s been irking the cinemagoers after the phenomenal success of the first part. Baahubali: The Conclusion will surely satiate that curiosity. For MBA aspirants, entrepreneurs and anybody with interest in business management, however, it’s worth knowing that there’s more to the first chapter than meets the …

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Apr
17

Learning inside Vs. outside the class – CIP Journey

Internship at Birla Sunlife.

Recognizing the need for our future leaders to operate in a global setting, the PGDM course of the college focuses on providing all our courses provide relevant multinational inputs that help learn the best practices in differing socio, legal, cultural environments.  As a summer intern, our students are assigned to projects from various companies. Assignments …

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Apr
06

The benefits of a study abroad program.

A study abroad program can bring one the most important significant changes in a management student’s growth and learning. Here, we are talking about different ways in which a study abroad programs can work wonders for the students: Practical learning: Based on your college/university, you may go for 3 years, 1 year, or a month …

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Apr
03

Reflections from the ‘Closeted Conversations ‘

The theme of ‘Closeted Conversations’ and discuss ‘Women of Substance’ as a broad segment was being presented in the conference which was held by shift series. Speaking on different aspects of empowerment and equality, women change makers such as Pooja Bhatt, Sarwar Khan, Namrata Joshipura, Shreiyah Sabharwal, Prakashini Tomar (Revolver Dadi), Sundeep Rao, Kavita Arora, …

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Mar
27

Corporate Internship: An ideal time to build your portfolio

Corporate Internship Program

The modern way to measure one’s success is probably the amount of information available about them on Google and other online professional platforms such as LinkedIn. And it is almost unavoidable to prove your worth in the absence of a solid online presence, in terms of a profile and portfolio which talks about your career …

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Mar
27

Big things often have small beginnings

Food Pal

Management students are known for coming up with business plans and income generating ideas but that usually happens after graduation, here a small but interesting story of four FIIB students who have shown early signs of entrepreneurship. Sagar Rajpal (22) resident of Kota (Rajasthan), Mugdha Gupta (22) resident of Gorakhpur (U.P.), Kiranjot Kaur (21) resident …

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Mar
22

Internship at at Birla Sun Life Insurance

Internship at Birla Sun Life Insurance Company Limited

For any MBA student, the interim internship is one of the most crucial aspects as it teaches us how the industry works from a first-hand view. For most of us, this might be the first glance into the corporate world. An internship is usually seen as one’s ability to work in a specific function under …

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Mar
21

Corporate Internship Program Anticipation

Finally, it’s time to step up on the first step of the ladder of my career in my PGDM where I dreamt of achieving my goals. On the very first day of my PGDM, I was very nervous about my future but now once I got selected for the very first interviews where I got …

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Mar
07

Sustainability during Festivals

Holi is just around the corner, the festival of colors, and unity with a lot of fun and of course food. Like many other Indian festivals this one too sees a nationwide celebration, themed events and a lot of bad and not-so-environmental-friendly practices and social rituals, including the use of chemicals, sprays and artificial colors, …

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