Interview Survival Guide: How To Handle Behavioral Questions During An Interview?

Where the title does not seem so eye-catching to first-year graduates, we bet that it’s the only thing our second-year future leaders are surfing the Internet for nowadays. Undoubtedly, prepping for an interview is the most difficult yet essential phase of pursuing an MBA degree. After all, who is really investing two years of life just to sit back at home and take chills with Netflix? No one!

Every single student is participating in the race of “successful career ahead, watch out for your space!” where they’ve to seek more than practice to actually win the expectations of self. Yes, I said *win the expectations* and not *win the race* because you all will eventually land to a job. The objective of this race is not to compete with one another but to compete with your own self so that you can present the most versatile self of yours in front of the interviewer. 

Sounds pretty cool, right? 

Don’t worry, you’re not alone in this race. With this Interview Survival Guide, we’re helping you out by offering you tips on how to prepare and respond smoothly when you’re asked to give examples of how you handle workplace situations. 

Looking for the added bonus? This particular blog covers four most asked behavioural interview questions along with a gist of what exactly the interviewer wants to know. 

Q1: Describe how you can work effectively when under pressure?

What do they want to know? Such questions are asked mostly when the job you’re interviewing for requires someone who can deal with high-stress situations without compromising with the work productivity and effectiveness.  

Q2: Repeating mistakes is human nature. But how you handle those mistakes in real life?

What do they want to know? The interviewer is understanding that nobody is perfect but also want to know how you can play this role perfectly with this unchangeable flaw. Give him a real-life example where you handled a horrible mistake and reaped out the sweetest fruit out of it. This will satisfy his quest for a courageous individual who has mastered how to handle imperfect flaws perfectly!

Q3: Explain how you handle decisions whose vision are unclear to you?

What do they want to know? This type of questions directly weighs your decision-making skills and patience tendency. It could also true that the interviewer wants to know how good you’re at dealing with team conflicts. So, connect it with an emotional touch (if you want to) by describing a situation where your parents want something other than your desires, and you unwittingly give that path a chance. Or just give a quick brief of any group project experience where your friends have a different opinion than yours but you prefer going ahead with their idea for the sake of unity and team spirit.

Q4: How do you react when you disagree with someone?

What do they want to know? Another way of knowing your opinion whenever a conflict happens in the team. Instead of presenting yourself as the most flexible candidate you could ever meet, show your strong personality traits by saying something like “disagreement happen always and the best way to deal with them is open your mouth with the strongest working plan that forces the frontperson to compromise on a good note.” 

We hope this interview survival guide will help you survive the behavioral questions your interviewer ask during the interview. And, your effective answers keep you in the limelight and help you to seize the opportunity.


How to showcase your corporate internship on a resume?

As the job market has become more competitive in passing months, it is getting more than important for aspiring students to list all the relevant internships on their resume. It is even proven and seen that students who outlay their corporate internships in the very beginning of resume attract more recruiters than those who keep it for the end. Being a fresher, you must understand that even a little experience or volunteering can set your application apart from others. 

Pursuing a masters degree itself offers a breadth of experiences that prepare an individual for the job they want. Then, why most of the aspiring student find it difficult to be the limelight of interview drives even when they carry a bag full of professional experiences including internships, summer training and, volunteering experiences. 

When to list your internship on a resume?

Listing internships on the resume directly states that you’ve got the required professional ethics and broadly aware of the corporate culture. After all, working in corporate culture for just two-three months simply means that you’ve been through the critical experience; the mindset shift from college campus to the corporate sector dictates your skills and abilities. But, again, it is important to seek when to add a particular internship on your resume. 

Include internship on your resume when:

  • It seems relevant to the job you’re applying for. 
  • It dictates any particular skills/strengths that catch the attention of a recruiter. 
  • It helps your application to move from ‘unexperienced fresher’ to ‘experienced fresher’ slot. 
  • You’ve interned from a renowned company which can possibly uplift your career start.  

Where to put internships on a resume?

Corporate internships should be land nicely in a separate section on your resume. Being a fresher, you can either put your internships under the ‘Work Experience’ section or create a separate ‘Professional Development’ section. Internships are real-world experience and should be given equal weightage in resume. 

Added Bonus! Try out STAR Method to showcase your corporate internship on a resume. 

Unlike a normal CV, STAR-based CV focuses on providing a concise narrative of your experiences and help you to picture your core competencies effectively. STAR is an acronym for ‘Situation, Task, Activity, Result’, and is widely known as an approach that allows aspiring candidates to list out their knowledge and present its practical usage in an organization. So, with STAR approach in your CV – you can bespeak your intellect and capabilities without actually talking much. 

How you can make use of these four words to convey your role in a particular internship?

Situation: Take this slot to describe your role & responsibilities in the company you’ve interned with. Here, indirectly you’re describing your capabilities. 

Describe Task: While writing for this particular slot, think of a time when you had to show your qualities by completing a specific task or solving a problem. Use this to describe your qualities and attitude towards the situation. 

Activity: This is the slot where you can flaunt your uniqueness and talk about the initiative you took, guidelines you followed, and time you spent to complete a particular task. Here, you should picture your strengths and relevant steps taken to get ahead of a task assigned. 

Result: How growth-oriented was the outcome of your actions? What specific contributions did you make in the success of the project? Specify all the results you’ve bagged either single-handedly or with the entire team. 

STAR is an approach that demonstrates your knowledge and tells the interviewer you’ll add real-world value to the organization. One best part of stating this approach in your resume is that it answers many follow up questions and eradicate doubts a recruiter may have.   


20 Ways To Be Productive During Your MBA [Infographic]

Productivity is one essential ingredient that almost every MBA student requires to put together a delicious recipe often called career success. But, is it really possible for students to embrace productivity while they’ve to follow a tight schedule that repeatedly asking them to attend lectures one after another. Most of the students’ complaint that with such long-hours of ongoing lectures, they hardly get any time to think about extracurriculars and being productive. But, that’s not true! Check out this infographic to unleash ways to be productive during your MBA at FIIB. 


Myths Busted! The Leadership Lessons To Choose The Right Lead

Being a management student, you all might have a common desire to lead a team someday. After all, a big part of learning at business school is about having the right leadership qualities. In today’s digital-led world where almost every process is evolving and becoming more updated; the leadership tactics are also driving through evolutionary theories. 

Today, with the topic “myths busted! The leadership lessons to choose the right lead”, we are telling our future business leaders how making space for evolutionary theories help them become more mindful and lead effectively. 

Myth 1: Setting a vision for the team is the first priority task of a new leader

As soon as the new boss arrives, most of the organizations expect them to rapidly set a new vision with the team. Regardless of the fact that there is no bonding between the team and the developing leader, such advice mostly becomes the main reason for the vast majority of vision fails. Not only this, but such rapidness of actions also causes large-scale disruption and consume valuable management time. 

Myth 2: Associating leadership with expertise – Great leaders always have the right answers

When we are at school, there is no doubt that the teacher is the leader and they seem to have the answer to any question that we ask. As we reach maturity, the same teacher-student duo works differently. And, as a team member, disassociating expertise from leadership takes conscious efforts. In reality, the world today is simply too complicated for any individual to be an expert in everything associated with their endeavour. 

Myth 3: Leaders should distance themselves from gossip

Often we’ve listened that what does leadership have to do with gossip. But, Robin Dunbar, Evolutionary Psychology Professor at Oxford University, created quite a storm when he hypothesized that the emergence of gossip was a major factor that underpinned a radical change in the way that homo sapien ancestors co-operated. The co-operative group addressed an increase of 150 group sizes from 50 once gossip emerged. When it comes to leadership, we want to differentiate ourselves from the generally accepted definition of gossip as negative and destructive. On the contrary, leadership capability based around gossips is still relevant today. 

Note: The context is driven by The Smart Manager (Vol 18), which is available at the library to read. The leadership lessons are given by Graeme Findlay, an Associate Fellow at the University of Oxford Business School, who addressed five myth buster for leadership.  


Q&A: FIIB Students on Career Enhancement Through Social Media

CVs also has a digital shift nowadays. Your profile on LinkedIn and Facebook is the e-resume that well dictate your skills, character and strengths more loudly than a traditional paper-based resume ever could.” 

The way you manage your time, communicate with your fellow mates and other people, absorb knowledge while at the campus matters a lot. While you spend 8-9 hours of your day at college, it is important for you to utilise your time promptly rather than giving excuses that you don’t have much time to polish basic soft skills. With this small but effective message, Mr. Gaurav Singhal, Founder & CEO – Blue Digital Media Pvt. Ltd. addressed students with the importance of utilizing social media for career enhancement.   

In the two-hour long session, students also took equal interest and asked multiple questions to calm their curious heads. Scroll down to read all the questions asked by students in today’s Industry Interaction session.

Q1: How we can manage our time better to engage ourselves with different activities?

A: While studying at college we don’t realise the amount of time we waste in thinking and planning that never really turned into planned actions. One of the most stupid mistakes that we do on a regular basis is not delegating the tasks to others. I’m telling you three simple ways to manage your time better and utilize differently: 1) You can save plenty of time by thinking less and taking more actions; 2) Delegate even the smallest of tasks or decisions that are not going to be with you in the long run to your friends; 3) Don’t see the time of travelling and vacations as the relaxation span instead, hone new skills at that span of free time. 

Q2: How we can prepare ourselves to be different in the crowd of many ordinary beings?

A: Everyone wants to be different. Even I dressed up like this (wearing a match of yellow and blue) today to seem different than you all. Maybe it’s because this is how we feel accepted by society and think that people will listen to us. But, the truth is you can be successful in your career without carrying the ‘I’m hatke’ tag. However, to be different demands a lot of knowledge and self-confident. And, both of these can only be achieved by setting a schedule that is hatke than the ordinary ones. 

Q3: I have several fears and stage fear is one of them. How can I overcome this fear?

A: You don’t believe it but this is something that I survived and is very proud of. Stage fear is something that 80% of the people live with normally. One best way to eradicate this fear from your life is to talk with yourself in your free time like a mad. Practice makes a man perfect, and the same saying goes well in every domain. Ask your friends to allocate 5-10 minutes and listen to your presentation or speech and offer feedback. You can also try listening to a standup comedian and then convey the same in your style. 


Union Budget 2019 – The Key Takeaways, Glass Ceiling Hitters, and Other Plans for New India

With a concrete vision to turn India into $5 trillion economy by 2025, Nirmala Sitharaman (Finance Minister of India) presented the Modi 2.0 government’s maiden budget in Lok Sabha. The budget 2019 sounds more like a relief to many as it has great plans of growth to almost every sector – from education to infrastructure. India’s first full-time woman Union Finance Minister on Friday also proposed to start an exclusive TV channel for startups under Doordarshan. 

With the success of “Reform, Perform, Transform” principle, Modi-led government now forecasting the roadmap of new India that majorly focuses on strengthening India’s education sector, boosting the entrepreneurial ecosystem, making direct and indirect taxation easier, enhancing India’s presence in space, and transforming rural lives through better strategies and investment-led reforms. 

Key Takeaways from Sitharaman’s maiden Budget speech in Parliament:

For Taxes:

  • Purposefully, there is a hike in surcharge on super-rich– 3% surcharge for Rs 2 crore income; 7% on Rs 5 crore and above.
  • Slight changes in annual turnover bars – 25% corporate tax annual turnover limit raised to Rs 400 crore from Rs 250 crore; quarterly filing for taxpayers with less than five crore annual turnover.
  • An increase of 78% to see in Direct Tax revenue, whereas no change in personal income tax rates.
  • To shift business payments from cash to digital – 2% tax deduction (TDS) at the source will be applied whenever cash withdrawals via bank exceeds Rs 1 crore annually.
  • Changes to bring smiles & relief – Interchangeability of PAN and Aadhaar Card.

For Economy:

  • Target to become a $3 trillion economy in FY20 – proposed changes to domestic & foreign investments; creation of the blueprint for gas, water grids and regional airports.
  • Expanding the beloved Swachch Bharat Abhiyan by opening doors for solid waste management in every village. 
  • Funds allotted for betterment – Rs. 100 lakh crores to be invested for infrastructure over the next five years; Public sector banks to be provided with Rs 70,000 crores to boost capital.
  • Foot raised to boost investments – setting up a Credit Guarantee Enhancement Corporation; opening up of FDI in aviation, media, animation AVGC and insurance; increasing the statutory limits for foreign investments in some companies.

For Indian Startup Ecosystem:

  • Celebrating the Indian entrepreneurs’ potential – Doordarshan-like TV channels to be screened for startups and managed by startups as well. 
  • Improving the existing ones – Governments to streamline multiple labour laws; Standup India Scheme will continue emerging the desi talents. 
  • No more scrutiny by IT department required for Startups; Women-led policy articulation to encourage women entrepreneurship.

For Education Sector:

  • Foundation of more powerful opportunities – National Research Foundation to be set up to strengthen overall research in the country; Gandhipedia to be developed to spread positive Gandhian values among youth; National Sports Education Board under Khelo India scheme for enhancing sports persons. 
  • Dreaming to be a hub of higher education – Government proposed “Study in India” programme to attract foreign students. 
  • Allotment of Rs 400 crore made for world-class higher education institutions in FY2020 itself.

Other highlights:

  • Pension benefit to be extended – retail traders and shopkeepers with an annual turnover less than 1.5 crores will get pension of 3 crore under Pradhan Mantri Karam Yogi Man Dhan Scheme.
  • To offer ease of travelling – Government proposed to issue Aadhaar cards for NRIs with Indian passport after coming to India, instead of them waiting for mandatory 180 days.
  • The shifts to propose better tomorrow for everyone – GST on EVs lowered from 12% to 5%; India’s ease of doing business ranking jumped up from 172 to 121; Public holding in listed firms may go up to 35% from the current 25%. 

(Source: www.firstpost.com | www.yourstory.com

Note: Union budget is one the most current thing happened in India and if you’re supposed to get into an interview or a friendly-debate, make sure you’ve scrolled this post well. Keeping yourself updated with the current affairs is one best way to fix the right ladder for your successful career. 


Follow These Tips To Take Your MBA In Marketing A Notch Higher

Students who are pursuing MBA in marketing spend months if not years to precisely understand the skills they need to land for a successful job in their career. But the everyday demands of MBA program makes it hard for them to keep a track of all the opportunities they get while pursuing the course. We’ve outlined a few tips to make sure you maximize your success and take your marketing career a notch higher than the usual. Hope it helps better!

1.Initiate an MBA career portfolio

While pursuing MBA program, a wide variety of research-based projects, presentations and other assignments get submitted to faculty under your name. Many of these academic projects have the potential to convey your core abilities as an MBA graduate, and thus can be added to your career portfolio. 

Suggested Action: After completing each semester, figure out what all projects, presentations and assignments you’ve worked on. Select the aptest work of yours and add it to your portfolio. By doing this activity timely, you’ll have a good number of research-based or development plans projects at the end of the MBA that you can use further to present your academic performance. 

2. Learn from latest market updates

The Internet is full of blog portals delivering meaningful knowledge by covering a specific deal or move. If you find reading a newspaper a tough thing to do, then scroll down the big list of blogs and start getting the latest marketing world news from there. Even if reading itself seems boring to you, listen to podcasts where real-life experienced professionals share their journey, give relevant tips to grow, and sometimes, offer exclusive opportunities in the form of giveaways and challenge rounds. 

Suggested Action: Subscribe to two-four blog portals or podcasts whose content interests you the most. Make it a habit of investing 15 minutes time to check your inbox to get the latest market updates. 

3. Volunteer with Marketing & Communications team 

Being a marketing student, having relevant certifications in brand management through advertising is one strength that adds more weight to your resume. The list of events here at FIIB is quite a long one and you being a RACER can always come forward to help-and-learn. After all, what’s better than appreciation in the form of a certificate?

Suggested Action: Come forward and volunteer yourself for the event coverage through taking pictures, creating blogs or hosting it as an emcee. Even if you’re a fresher, such volunteering experiences counts and keep you a step ahead of the fresher tag. 

4. Step out for informational interviews

Where on-campus corporate presentations help you land for a good internship or job search, informational interviews, on the other hand, narrow your search by connecting you with a network that will actively guide you to leg up in interviews. Reaching out external informationals also teach you about your target industry, current trends and train you for roles & responsibilities. 

Suggested Action: Be active and responsible for your career. Try talking to speakers that come to your college, and cold contact people in your target field on LinkedIn, especially alumni of your MBA program. 

5. Take online courses (mostly free guides)

The Internet is full of free guides and courses where bloggers share their marketing tactics, growth strategies and upcoming trends to dictate what it means to be a self-made marketer in this digital era. Taking such courses not only give a new perspective to your theoretical marketing knowledge but also help you increase your courses at LinkedIn resulting better portfolio (again). 

Suggested Action: Don’t limit yourself to Coursera or Udemy, search out for bloggers/ freelancers/ marketers who provide their own experiences in the form of course guides. Free courses are the best way to excel the marketing battlefield and evolve as a true marketer.


15 Quotes That Celebrate Planning, Collaboration and Teamwork [Infographic]

It seems like yesterday that you all have entered into the FIIB campus and look today – a month has already passed. The past month was all about knowing each other better, engaging with your mentors, and taking your foundation course to get started with two years MBA journey. As you all have successfully completed your foundation courses, now the time has come to take charge of your assignments and group projects without leaving any idea unwelcome. In short, it’s time to unlearn lead alone tactics and hone teamwork strategies to present your projects better. With these 15 powerful, productive and effective quotes you’ll find yourself working faster, finding mistakes more easily, and innovating better.


The Importance of Right Networking At College

“Instead of better glasses, your network gives you better eyes.

The importance of this saying has been proved to be the reason why we at FIIB make efforts to keep freshers engaged with Alumni and organize timely events as well as conferences to ensure strong networking channels. There’s no doubt that having the grip of a strong network in hand, you can prosper any walk of career without roadblocks. At FIIB, we conduct various different conferences, seminars and conclaves that allow students to build likewise network opportunities right from the first year of their MBA. While talking about choosing the right networking opportunities at college, here are some opportunities you can seek by attending events of FIIB.

Conferences/ Seminars

Attending conferences and seminars is one great way of networking, as people visit the venue not just for the sake of attending another corporate event. Instead, they purposefully mark their calendar as such meetings help them to meet with fresh talent. When you stand behind your faculty to showcase your case study or work, you’re unknowingly in the sight of many interviewers who are looking for another aspiring talent for their respective workspaces. FIIB offers multiple networking opportunities in the form of conferences and seminars to students, which can further help them to present their expertise. 

Annual Events

Whether its Sustainability Summit where students learn to join the dots of business with sustainable choices or TEDx where influential people meet to spread ideas worth sharing – students can always volunteer in such events to make sure their presence counts in one way or another. 

Guest Lectures & Industry Visits

To boost student’s morale and ability to understand current trends better, FIIB timely take students for industrial visits where they can directly talk with corporate experts. Similarly, guest lectures allow students to understand the real-world situation from someone who has been there. It gives a concrete experience to students, which enhances their educational knowledge from books to real battleground i.e. the corporate world. In either way, students can attend the sessions and add industry experts to their network by asking the right questions or, giving rational answers. 

Student Exchange Program

When it comes to networking, the channel should also extend from campus to the outer world. And, that’s what FIIBs student exchange program focuses on. Through learning different cultures and seeking lessons from a whole new market, students have an opportunity to create some bonds that will soon convert into rightful networks as time passes. SEP is not only about exploring a new culture or place. But it is also about to participate smartly in all activities and open the gates of International networking opportunities. 

Final Verdict

Networking gives an added edge to every career. Whether you’re successfully landed to a corporate job, or running your own startup business – a breadth of networking channels give you access to a huge contact list.


Two And a Half Decades Of Togetherness – 25 Reasons People Love FIIB

It’s not an easy path to 25 years of training young managers that impact the world, but the tremendous support of our students, our employees, and our wellwishers – the people who make FIIB what it is, are one of the reasons we are dashing to being one of the preferred B-Schools in India. During these two and a half decades, we have some great accomplishments to our name, and we are working on some more. All the while what remained constant was the love we got from our people. 

During the many, many conversations with us on a regular basis, our people listed 25 reasons repeatedly why they love us. This is for the people who believed in us and let us in turn prove them right. Take a look.

  • Freedom of Pursuing What Interests You The Most

Studying at FIIB seems more like unlocking a treasure of opportunities, coming in the form of a breadth of academic and extracurricular activities that allow students to choose and pursue whatever interests them the most. Be it choosing a concentration, or uplifting yourself with extracurriculars – FIIB always welcomes student’s new ideas and weave the right pathways to make it happen for students. 

  • Friendly And Supportive Mentors

Entering a new college and spending time with unknown faces could be a horrible experience for any student if not mentored properly. But this is not a scenario when you come at FIIB to pursue masters. Whether you are in need of guidance on your first day or, just looking for a friendly gesture to feel motivated, FIIB community is filled with people who find joy in stopping by a doubtful face just to make sure they’re not feeling lost. 

  • Industry-Focused Curriculum

Being a provider of quality business education, FIIB always leaps the ordinary tag and rest with the options that are truly effective as well as empowering for RACERS aka students. The intensive MBA core curriculum is one such example to consider which has also bagged FIIB 26th position by Business World. Getting timely updated with the latest requirements of corporate-world, FIIB Curriculum is a perfect blend of proven leadership potential and academic learnings that gives the extra edge needed to transform students into success-ready managers. 

  • Kickstarting MBA With A Month-Long Foundation Course

Coming from different educational backgrounds and sitting together in a classroom to start with MBA course can possibly deviate students from their main goal. That’s where the utmost need of starting with a set tone and proper manner comes in. FIIBs a month-long foundation course is an initiative to make students MBA ready and indulge the extra requirements that go along with a rigorous graduate program into them. While students find it hard to settle down in a class that speaks different knowledge set and cultural values, this program has all the needed lessons to start their MBA journey uniformly. 

  • Promoting Healthy Competition With B-Involved Program

FIIB strongly believes that having a competitive mindset is a way to think beyond your limits and unleash what’s impossible in your mind. With the help of beloved B-Involved program, students are trained to hone the difference between healthy competition and unhealthy competition. Thankfully, this program helps students to participate more in academics as well as extracurricular activities and prepare them well for the competitive corporate world. 

  • The 360° Employability Enhancement 

Indulging employability skills and preparing students for the corporate world is a motto that FIIB dedicatedly works on right from the first day. Through various employability and skill development programs, FIIB is making the “Campus to Corporate” paradigm shift less challenging for students. In particular, SANKALP is a four-stage training program that enhances students soft skills and turns them into required employability skills.

  • Entrepreneurial Opportunities For Go-Getters

FIIB has a dedicated Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to support entrepreneurs of today who are solving business problems with their ventures. Meraki, FIIB’s annual B-Plan competition offers a platform to studentpreneurs all over India and Asia to pitch their ideas in front of Venture Capitalists. Encouraging entrepreneurial culture even in the operations of its student clubs, FIIB paves way to curious minds and daring souls to take the path they’ve dreamed.

  • An Array Of Networking Opportunities

Networking itself a skill that every MBA student who desires of reaping out the unbeatable success from his career must master in. And, being a provider of quality business education, FIIB understands what it takes to build right networks that fill up your career voids at every stage of life. With an array of various seminars, conclaves, and cultural events, FIIB provides students with enthralling opportunities to express their talents in front of real-world professionals and directly become the star candidate of the moment in the sight of those who are seeking for the right match for their organization. 

  • Bridging Business and Social Awareness For A Sustainable Future

FIIB is always one-step advance when it comes to picking courses that help students solve contemporary and emergent business problems. Similarly, FIIB is always one-step greener when it comes to choosing the ways that can make the world a better place to live. To indulge sustainable practices into future leader-managers, FIIB conducts Social Internship Program where students are sent to different NGOs and learn about social consciousness. 

  • Exciting Experiential Learning Opportunities

FIIB well understands the fact that theoretical knowledge is not enough to shape a manager holistically which is why there are a multitude of experiential learning opportunities in the form of live projects, industry visits, simulation courses, gamified learning through club activities under the umbrella of B-Involved etc. These opportunities are not just fun but also add immensely to the resume of students.

  • Refreshing Global Immersion Program For Cross-Cultural Understanding

Visiting a country and learning by experience is gifting yourself an unmatched experience that will redefine you in countless ways. Global Immersion Program gives the students a chance to understand the dynamics of global trade and culture of the country with their own eyes. 

  • TEDxFIIB – A Magnificent Platform For All

The first edition of TEDxFIIB happened in August 2018. Bringing a TED event to campus speaks about the commitment of FIIB to broaden the opportunities of learning for its community. While other conferences at FIIB speak about career, attitude, and academic, TEDxFIIB complements them by offering insight to the ‘human’ part of life. Apart from being absolutely intriguing TEDxFIIB is a high level networking event.

  • A Library That You Call Your Own

Who doesn’t love a good library that quenches the curiosity of students with its vast resources and e-library access? FIIB library is home to some of the most useful books for a management student. Apart from textbooks, references, and journals one can read a variety of fiction and non-fiction books. Students also have access to many e-resources which help them to build the habit of reading.

  • The New Age Management Journal FBR

FIIB Business Review (FBR) has evolved as one of the preferred journals of management. Initially published in-house, FBR is now published with SAGE publications. With an interdisciplinary approach to management, authors from all around the world from various disciplines have published their articles in the journal.

  • A Corporate Internship That’s Only Unique To FIIB

Corporate Internships at FIIB are long enough to give a real peek of the corporate. The whole mentoring aspect added to the internship through faculty and corporate mentors gives the students a double edge of exploring their skills and finding their fit for the corporate roles they want to join. 

  • Celebrating Achievements Big and Small At Gong Ceremony

Named among one of the favorite traditions at FIIB, Gong Ceremony is when people gather on the last Wednesday of every month to celebrate each other’s achievements – a new research paper, a presentation in a conference, a new academic or extracurricular achievement, B-Involved level ups etc. are all recognised by the ringing of the Gong and their fellow people cheering on them

  • Enviable Alumni Connect

FIIB’s alumni is a close-knit community of people who participate with vigour in the institute’s activities. They visit FIIB for guest lectures, seminars, live projects, and even student placements. Such a well-connected network is a ready-made platform for the students to find their way into the world of work.

  • Racers Anthem That Awakens Spirit

In 2019, when FIIB launched the Racers Anthem, it united all FIIB Racers in the spirit of passion and togetherness. Lyrics that awaken fire, Racers Anthem is truly an exhilarating piece of music. 

  • Balance as a lifestyle – fun and learning

The best part about being at FIIB – whether you’re a student or an employee is that you’ll practice balance as a lifestyle. For students there are club activities, sports, and cultural events that complement the study time while employees relax with Yoga, Mindfulness, and other stress busting activities. People are encouraged to be human, take small breaks, and come back stronger.

  • Student Exchange Programs That Enrich Learning

Student exchange programs are a wonderful way to let management students explore the world and learn some real life skills. FIIB partnering with various International B-Schools offer multiple student exchange programs for curious students who are willing to broaden their horizons. 

  • Counseling Sessions To Accomplish Mental Wellbeing

FIIB understands the importance of a good counseling session, amidst myriad activities, assignments, and fast-paced life, life can become a little overwhelming. Anyone who is feeling dragged down can book up an appointment for an uplifting session.

  • Prime Location That Opens Doors

FIIB is located in prime Delhi, well connected to all the places in Delhi. Studying at such a place opens doors to various networks to the students also making it easy to commute daily.

  • A Friendly and Happy Work Culture

This comes from our employees who spoke about how FIIB is an inclusive employer and provides opportunities to grow and excel, where feedback matters. In our previous editions of the monthly newsletter, we spoke about how FIIB makes it a happy workplace for all – and this is without a surprise one of the biggest reasons employees are motivated and spirited.

  • Determined Students Who Drive Change

Another popular reason this time from our recruiters who have been coming back to us for various partnerships. FIIB Racers who are known for their knack in management as much as for their dynamic attitude are why our recruiters show us constant love

  • Top Management That Is Open-Minded

At FIIB people are open, and it starts right from the top. To run a management institute that rides the waves of change is a difficult task had the senior management been reserved in taking risks. At FIIB, everyone gets a say to improve any process that will benefit a students career. Many organizations struggle to find this balance, while for FIIB it seems to come naturally.

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