Category Archive: Students

Sep
26

You Have To Pick – And That’s Not Always A Bad Thing.

Having entered her dream job straight out of college, and to an industry which was on the cusp of a boom, Sarah Jacob never had to switch jobs for either better opportunities, challenges, or a hike. At 23, she was anchoring a 10 Pm prime time show called Crime and the City and had no …

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Sep
23

Hey Siri…Will You Make Me Irrelevant?

From the moment we wake up to the time we reach work in the mornings, we create at least a 1000 data points, says Shweta Homji. Being on the receiving end of this data, Shweta has seen what AI and Data can do. Algorithms are evolving at an exponential rate every second and there’s no …

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Sep
20

Volunteering As A Path to Employment: My Involvement in MBA Conclaves

“Apart from your regular lectures, getting involved in campus life will add greatly to your MBA experience. I entered into FIIB for completing my Masters with this mindset and since then there was no looking back. All the time I’ve spent here mostly boils down to one thing: turning every single volunteering experience into a …

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Sep
19

You Are The Architect of Your Career

How do you describe your journey at FIIB and beyond “I started my MBA journey with high aspirations for my future, and FIIB gave me the right platform to grow. I wanted to make sure that the 2 years, I spent at FIIB are enriching as I grab every opportunity to become a better manager …

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Sep
18

Attitude is as Important as Aptitude

Why did you choose a career in Sales? Describe your journey. “I have always been a people person, I knew I could leverage this skill in my career, that’s why I chose a sales career. Building a career in sales isn’t easy, you need to be passionate and persistent, there would be many ups and …

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Sep
17

The Place I Always Call Home -‘Recharging’ at FIIB

What brought you to FIIB and how does it feel coming back? “I have come to Delhi from Hyderabad for a meeting, on my way from the airport, I realized my laptop ran out of battery, I couldn’t think of any other place than FIIB and I came here to recharge my laptop and eventually …

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Sep
16

Readers Become Leaders – Why You Should Develop A Reading Habit

No two leaders are alike nor their leadership styles. When you look through their traits, you will find few common traits, the biggest of them all – They read, whether it’s fiction, non-fiction, business, or hobby reading. Statistics say that C-level executives of most Fortune 500 companies read an average of 4-5 books a month. …

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Sep
09

Fundraising For Better Tomorrow: My MBA Social Internship in Healthcare Sector

Akshyesh Arya, 2020 Student of MBA- Marketing, FIIB “Akshyesh was always active, regular, took interest in meeting the requirements of the project, and many times far exceeded the expectations laid out. He offered ideas that seemed interesting and useful, and proof of the pudding was that he executed these ideas, bringing gains to Amrit, in …

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Sep
09

Join the blurry dots of Next Gen Supply Chain – 5 insights that will take your organization forward

From expecting deliveries at least a week after the order has been placed, to being entitled to 1 hour deliveries, I think we all agree supply chain and logistics have evolved at lightning speed. Since supply chain management is the backbone of all organizational processes, there’s a burning need for companies of today to integrate …

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Sep
09

Towards Rural Employment: My MBA Social Internship in Handicraft Sector

Chetna Mahajan, 2020 student of MBA-Marketing, FIIB “Our experience with Student-interns from FIIB over years is exemplary. The interns display a systematic, pro-active and innovative approach to problem identification and solving.”Satya Prakash, Project Director, IndhaCraft Literacy India The whole idea of getting enrolled in a reputed B-School like FIIB to complete my masters evolved through this …

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