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Hi this is lokesh krish from chennai.. i'm gonna join kct this year...u guys let me know abt the coll its faculty n how abt intern and other managerial activities...

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Today was rather a busy day for students at KCT Business School. Apart from the quantitative data analysis that is taught in the regular curriculum, today we had a session qualitative data analysis using WEFT. In the coming days I guess there wolud be many people keen on trying out Qualitative research toop

In the afternoon, we had operations forum with two activities. The first one was creating our own product... The interesting thing is that everything from a simple pearl string jewellery to a digital phone came up... The next activity was a very nostalgic one.... HANGMAN but with the only difference that it was all terms from operations management... On the whole the day ended with a happy note today😃
Waiting for a very busy tomorrow now👍
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Yesterday was one of the best days that was too good!!! KCT Business School had an eminent personality Mr. Sibichen K Matthew giving us insights on the chain of scams in our country and worldwide....

We were also given a case to debate on... We actually realized the importance of lateral thinking instead of always thinking in lines with the details given explicitly....
It was such a good experience that would help us in making wiser decisions in the future!!!
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Last week was yet another happening week at KCT Business School...

It is almost time to bid adieu to our seniors...
Valediction ceremony of The Students Association was a stage where the students received applause for all the efforts put in by them during the past one year...
The upcoming week is going to be very exciting with everyone talking about the entrepreneurs we met and the inspiration that they gave us!!!😃
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After two days of CAM today was a real break with a real informative session on marketing....

Marketing on social media, neuromarketing and telemarketing... Emerging trends in marketing was made simpler and easier to understand by young energetic and vibrant entrepreneurs....
Thanks to the centre of marketing excellence for organising this event between the exams to cool our heads...
Now got to prepare for the lasty two exams on monday....
Looking forward to next week's Entrepreneurship Interface Project...😃
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The market for counterfeit products in India is around US $600 billion a year and has grown at over 10,000 per cent over the last two decades. Fake, Counterfeit, Bogus, Copied, Fictitious, Forged, Phony, Pirated, Pseudo, Deceitful imitation – you will run out of breathe but not words to describe the business of profiteering or marketing something which is essentially not genuine. In other words you might call it the process of reverse-engineering or copying original products and distributing the look alike to make a hefty profit. India is a fast becoming major destination for counterfeiting of branded goods. Some of India's neighbours are actively manufacturing fakes and putting a 'Made in India” label as a part of the state policy. This is an economic warfare where the aim is to infiltrate more goods and discredit Brand India in the international market. Can you imagine that for every 100 strips of genuine Vicks action 500 there are 54 counterfeit strips being sold in the market. And if you think this is a problem only in the urban areas, you are sadly mistaken! Almost 75 per cent of the manufactured goods today are being sold in rural India where people have the purchasing power and the urge to buy. To improve consumer awareness about the issue in the right earnest, The Centre for Marketing Dynamics, KCT Business School organised a Fake Products Exhibition, “GOL MAAL 2013” on Thursday , 11th April 2013 from 2 pm to 4 pm at the business school premises. 1st year MBA students participated in the above exhibition. There were 12 teams which came up with different products which were fake. Each team displayed the products in the space allotted and also educated the viewers on how to identify the fake products. The original products were displayed along with the fake ones, and the viewers had to identify the original.


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Monday started with not a lethargic post holiday effect but with lots of energy packed presentations and discussions........

Presentations included all what was developed during our past and also the current way of looking at things....
Good start and hope we keep up this energy level and enthusiasm through out the week!!!😃
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After holidays and "Break Through" life is getting back on track at KCT Business School...

Last week was so activity from monday to friday...
CEP viva-voce gave all of us a chance to share our experiences and also to create a platform for each of us to think on what we can contribute to our society...
Systems forum was a different experince. Unlike all the other times, this week we had an interactive session that helped us clarify our doubts on career opportunities for MBAs...
"GOLMAAL" helped us understand and examine the fake products that rule our market. The products ranged from high end engineering goods to medicines that we use everyday. It was a total edutainment program....
The momentum is again building up fast... Hope we all get back to form really soon..😃
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At the end of budget week so many concerns have come up!!!

Got to book tickets in advance to get back home..... Tatkal is now an expensive affair... New trains sound good
WOW!!! Railway stations with wi-fi is a sure journey to development
And we're going to snack on ISO certified food from railways!!! Now what does that mean? More people buying food instead of packing homemade munchies!!
Mobile phones are now no more once in a month changeable necessity!!! Thanks to higher taxation
Glad to be someone who was never fascinated with SUVs???? Another reason to be happy about your lack of interest- Increase in tax rates for SUVs
That's too much of facts but not to forget today's news- Hike in petrol price
Lets appreciate our Finance ministery trying to develop a nation of healthy people- Walk more and use less electronic gadgets!!!
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Guest Lecture on Enchanting Scopes in Retail Industry

Centre for Marketing Excellence KCT Business School hosted a Guest Lecture on €˜Enchanting Scopes in Retail Industry €™ on Thursday 28th February 2013 at Vishveswarya Hall. The speaker was Mr. Anand, Business Solutions Specialist, M.H. ALSHAYA LLC, Dubai, U.A.E . The session provided hands on experience to students of first year MBA on the various operations of national and international retail industry. The speaker also gave insights on the various job avenues that prevail in retail industry at present for MBA students. Mr. Anand also suggested various skills and traits that are required to earn a prospective career in marketing and retailing. Finally the session ended up with question & answer session.

As he is the alumni of KCT.BS, he made the concepts added with his own experience. Moreover he made the session very informative by sharing his overseas experience and the International Business Scenario!

Moreover it was a red letter day for the final year marketing students of KCT Business School for that noteworthy and a significant lecture rendered by KCT BS alumnus Mr. Anand Samimalai Business Solutions Specialist, M.H. ALSHAYA LLC, Dubai, U.A.E on the operational nuances of international retail industry on 28th February 2013. Hailing from the retail clusters of Gulf, Mr. Anand S. shared his experiences on the advanced tech savvy techniques of managing an international chain of retail outlets. The session was interactive in nature with concepts based on CX information and database management systems, utilization of remote controlled robotized mechanisms on customer surveillance & service encounters and applications. Special topics which included Business Intelligence and reporting using data mining software was also highlighted during the session. The lecture was appreciated for its scientific and intelligent content.

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