Life @BIBS: Management Guest Inspire Series with The Economic Times

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In light of ever-increasing business dynamics and environmental uncertainties, management education has become crucial. Keeping this in mind, the *Bengal Institute of Business Studies (BIBS) *organized *The Management Guest Inspire Series. *In thi...
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Well said @tony.pal the corporate exposure is the key term of MBA education

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Choosing an MBA course is a two-way process. As you would choose a college, the institute should also admit you. every1 wants to study in IIMs but only a handful make their way to such B-schools. choose institutes who allow students corporate exposure. I've done the same :)
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I'm currently managing my family business & saving money for an MBA course. But,don't know how to choose the right institute.
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I strongly believe that business owners should have prior experience before doing a start up. It is important to work on the floor before becoming a manager.
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In light of ever-increasing business dynamics and environmental uncertainties, management education has become crucial. Keeping this in mind, the Bengal Institute of Business Studies (BIBS) organized The Management Guest Inspire Series. In this event, dignitaries from reputed organizations visited the campus and shared their views with the students. This gave the MBA aspirants a clear picture of the corporate world ahead of them.

The Management Guest Inspire Series was organized in association with The Economic Times on 4th August, 2012. Experts from the industry spoke to students on 'how to maximize learning from their MBA curriculum'. The eminent speakers for the event were Mr. Indranil Dey, head HR, Larsen & Toubro Limited, Mr. Samir Kumar Ghosh, regional chairman, Capexil Eastern India, Mr. Tapas Roy Chowdhury, general manager, Philips Electronics India and Mr. Dev Narayan Sarkar, senior general manager, Pepsi Co.

Mr. Vidur Kapoor, chairman, BIBS, introduced the speakers and initiated the session with the story of a Buddhist monk. Mr. Kapoor's speech was followed by an exclusive presentation by Mr. Tapas Roy Chowdhury. He took the students through the basics of corporate life and how to prepare for it. The presentation broadened students' view about corporate norms and regulations.

Mr. Samir Kumar Ghosh, the second speaker for the event, shared his thoughts about entrepreneurship and challenges to start a new enterprise. His presentation touched on various aspects, such as scope in the eastern region, why managers should be entrepreneurs in nature, and an idea about market trends is always essential to start a new venture.

The speech by Mr. Indranil Dey, the third speaker of the day, was interactive. He discussed core areas in management focusing on technology, data management, and understanding organizational policies. Mr. Dey emphasized on the fact that there's an ample scope in the market for the right candidate.

Mr. Dev Narayan Sarkar, the fourth and last speaker for the day, is a regular visitor at BIBS. He had correctly put that MBA is a right mixture of theory and practical knowledge, and there's absolutely no age for learning. He asked the students to take initiative, as small the things we do in life help us to grow in career. He emphasized that though we do our specialization in marketing, human resource or finance, we eventually grow up to be business managers.

The speakers for the event also answered questions asked by students. The event ended on a positive note, as the students got a clearer picture of corporate life.

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