Tag Archive: FIIB India

Aug
05

Working From Home? A Challenge But A Lifelong Learning Experience Too!

My name is Akash Mathews, and I am the 2020 Content Marketing Sumtern (Summer Intern) at Thrive Global. During my time here, I’ve experienced lots of things in terms of planning, research, strategy, marketing and whatnot. But the  most unique experience of it all has been – ‘working from home’ that too as an Intern! …

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Jul
31

Learning Is Unstoppable, No Matter What The Situation Is

“An unexpected shift from my Corporate Internship to Virtual Internship has given me the much-needed chances to explore my inner potential and provided me with corporate experiences that I might not have experienced as an intern physically.” – Ananya Snehi, Second-year student – FIIB As a FIIB racer, I have not only learnt how to …

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Jul
28

Consistency is key to Become an Effective Remote Learner

“Having a consistent routine might seem like sucking the spontaneity out of life for many. But, in reality, having a routine simply means forming a bunch of new habits that helps you improve yourself and discover your true potential. It by no means stops you from leaving space for some unexplored activities that can further …

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Jul
06

Blended Learning and Blended Teaching: The New Normal of the Education World

2020 so far has indeed been a revolutionary year in the world of education. A year where higher education entities are going deeper into the teach-from-home model to ensure uninterruptible learning for its students amid pandemic crisis. And, of course a year that has also opened new doors of learning for educators themselves who are …

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Jul
06

Community Resilience is the Key to the Future. Here’s how FIIB is Unlocking it during the Time of Crisis!

The global crisis has dramatically changed the way higher education space has operated in the last few months. While gearing up for an online learning edu-force hasn’t been the easiest of the paths, going back to the fundamentals and creating a sense of community is what led FIIB to positively cater to the needs of …

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Jul
06

FIIB sets the trend in celebrating the New Normal Convocation!

Hundreds of dreams came true at FIIB last month amid the chaos of global pandemic – and the best part is that they all were celebrated like never before. The college celebrated its students’ achievements and hard work through a virtual convocation ceremony streamed from the campus into the homes of the graduates.  For the …

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Jul
01

FIIB MBA Class of 2020 Charting Their Career Paths In Corporate Workforce

Finding worthwhile career opportunities amid a pandemic crisis is an uphill task, but the future leader-managers of FIIB MBA Program continue to find ways to kickstart their career tracks and fulfill their long-term career goals. Our recently graduated batch of #FIIBRacers is nothing but a true reflection of the saying, “if there is a will, …

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Jun
02

A Trainer’s Perspective on Lockdown: Neither Your Student Experience Nor Your Career Development is on hold!

Colleges are not closed, only college buildings are locked. Teachers are not resting at home, they’re working harder and smarter from home. Even, students are not on Netflix chilling and killing their time, instead they are exploring different ways to upgrade their skills while interning remotely.  As much as it is true that the pandemic …

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Jun
02

Managing the “Uncertain Times Of The Pandemic” With An Attitude Of “Certainty of Learning”

“The fact that it is literally impractical to imagine a life without uncertainties has probably never been more true than today. And that’s why we as a community need to save ourselves from falling into the trap of thinking only about the worst-case scenarios that tomorrow may bring and start employing ‘learning’ as a tool …

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Jun
01

Learning By The Alumni and For The Alumni – A Double Header Learning Opportunity Created By FIIB During Corona Times

Coronavirus might have started as a health pandemic but the outbreak has impacted almost everyone in many ways, making major shifts in the way people live, engage and work. Some feel that those who are handy with the Internet and remote working culture are affected less than the others. However, the fact may be that …

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