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Goa Institute of Management is ready to 'Make a Difference'. Murugan , a final year student at GIM shares his experiences on his road to success.
Social Responsibilty, one of the most unique and most coveted pursuits
of GIM is handled by the club Samarthan. Recently they organised a 'Make
a Wish Tree' campaign which attracted quite a lot of eyeballs in our
campus....For details follow this link
We are very happy and excited to announce the re-launch of GIM's official blog! A blog is a very important weapon to have in your arsenal. This blog will not only be displaying GIM's envious life in this gorgeous campus, but also showing others a sneak peak of what is going on inside. A lot of hard work has been put in by GIM students to get this blog up and running, and we hope everyone enjoys it as much as we do. So, here it is: http://lifeatgim.wordpress.com/ P.S. Make sure to check out the "Humans of GIM" tab. It is not to be missed for anything!
"In all of living, have much fun and laughter. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured."
Presenting to you unseen fun behind the scenes footage of GIM's SAMRIDDHI 2014.
Interview with our new director Fr. Joe Arun and Prof. D'Lima that came in today's TOI
can i get selected in gim without any work experience and a decent cat score?
Introducing Take 5 - Goa Institute of Management's very own chat show featuring eminent personalities. "Know More" and Get Inspired !
Butter Chicken aur Do Tandoori Roti! Bas ye kar dijiye bhaiya
3:47 PM, first meal of the day, I glanced through the menu just for comparisons as I had lost most of my appetite to October heat on a busy Friday. But I had to eat something to survive the remaining half of the day. 13 more minutes and it would have been time for evening snacks some 500 kms away in Arul's territory. Just the thought of it sent chills through my veins.
It was time when the cafe would be full of hangry birds who either woke up too late to have lunch or the smart pants who skipped Dal Triveni or Vattana Masala for lunch in unrealistic high hopes of having some better food for snacks. The most difficult thing, at least for me was to decide what i wanted to have along with that tasteless solution they called Tea. The time it would take for you to get your order was directly proportional to the taste of the dish and if it tasted nice, it would be over by the time you even think of a second shot.
But however bad the food was, it was time to make plans for the night, discuss how globaal the lecture was and how "great learning" was happening everywhere. I was lucky enough to have some wonderful friends and unlucky enough that they all had taken different electives to make sure our plans were revised more often than the TimeTable from PGP Office.
I always hated the fact that the snacks would either be too hot or too cold for my liking and not the right temperature. But the view of the valley behind the library usually calm everyone down instantly.
I was lost in the mesmerising view from my timeline until it was disrupted by "kanda mangta kya?" by the food runner. The one thing I hated most was eating alone in college, the few times I had food alone, it always left a bad after-taste. In the fast scheme of thing, we forget to realise that every meal in the cafe, or JK or Celebration or wherever fancy place you people go to, is an experience of a life time. Treat it like a luxury that you would barter your dearest thing for in a year or so. There is nothing replacing that craic in the cafe full of jokes and laughter and those half remembered dinners outside campus. You will visit the most famous of food-joints around the world and pamper your tasting buds with the most delicious cuisines, but you will miss that Friday Biryani Lunch every now and then because you had it with the most craziest of friends.
It just won't go down, there was no point trying. He asked me "what is wrong with the food?, our taste hasn't changed in 20+ years" I replied, " My time has changed!" and left.
I am not saying you will make the best friends in GIM and you will have the most amazing meals with them. But I promise, you will have a lot of memorable ones. Just enjoy them as much as you can.
what is the expected cut off from cmat for getting admission in gim goa ?and can i apply my cmat feb 2014 score card for 2015-17 admission process
i am posting on this thread after hell of a long time. how is everyone doing from both the 1st year and 2nd year batches?
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Nice to see this thread still active
I didn't write for long, never had the time really through that rollercoaster of a 2nd year & neither the energy nor the mood to do anything for a while afterwards. A corporate career will start soon and the disbelief that it is all over will soon sink in. Eat-sleep-drink is the mantra of life, that hasn't changed; just the ways of doing them have, in the post GIM life or whatever they call it.
I would no longer grab a coffee from Jaggu and crash in the ATM like it's my living room. The coffee from the office vending machines is nowhere close to Starjuggs' neither in taste nor in value. The interaction with guys from other B-Schools only increases my love and respect for the life in GIM.
Overheard a guy cribbing about the rains and all I could think of was the most amazing clouds I have seen that shower the purest nectar from the heavens. They come back each year and welcome the PGP1s with thunders, and of course cleanse the PGP2s off the corporate dust gathered over the 2 months of summer internship.
To all the PGP1s, do enjoy every single moment in GIM, for it is the best campus life anyone could hope for (And one that we can surely brag about
Things I observed in the last 5 days
1. Some Guys from the same college not hanging out with each other, not even conversing at times (that will never happen for us)
2. Guys cribbing about their college and say they would never go back (U mad bro!)
We might crib about the offer we got, or some faculty or the management, but we will never ever crib about our life in GIM. Our togetherness is our DNA, and that is the most beautiful thing. From each birthday being celebrated like it's our best friends' to all the festival celebration, those numerous events and obviously the Razzie parties. Enjoy each one of it & be a part of it.
Few years down the line, on a fine evening while returning back from office, you will not think about your targets, you would wish you were breaking a dahi-handi in front of H1 instead
All the best
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