Tag Archive: FIIB Events

Sep
25

How to organize a TEDx Conference

Step 1. Choose your TEDx event format – there are several formats TED offers like Standard event, University event, ED event, TEDxLive event, TEDxWomen event, Business event, Internal event, Library event. You have to choose the one that represents the organization you represent.  Step 2: Decide your event name and ideas: Every TEDx event has …

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Sep
24

How To Become A TEDx Speaker [Inforgraphic]

For many of us, adding the tag of a speaker of TED talks may seem like an impossible dream to chase. But, fortunately, with the creation of TEDx, independently-organized TED-like conferences throughout the world, it is proving that many of us can now realise that dream. Being a TED speaker lets you not only spread …

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Jul
01

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 …

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Apr
10

The Best Management Experience…Ever!!!

Samavesh 2015 has been one of the finest experiences in short course of life. It has been one of the best management lessons. FIIB has given me a great platform in the form of Samavesh to showcase my leadership skills and learn extensively about how to work professionally. With the help of the faculty mentors, …

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Jun
09

Know Thy Classmates and Master Chef: Blending Management with Teamwork

On 9th June 2014, PGDM students of FIIB’s 20th batch (2014-2016) attended an icebreaking session called “Know thy classmates” that gave them the opportunity to get introduced to fellow classmates and know each other. The session aimed at helping new students to have a first-hand interaction with their batch-mates and also to provide them an …

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