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*Orientation Process* A New Journey After a lot of hardwork And a lot of wishesWe came to this place with excitement and blisses.We met new peopleWe met new mindsWith common aspirationsWe became one of a kind.Orientation ...
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MBE Annual Convention 2012
The Annual Convention, highlight of the MBE calendar, provides a valuable platform for interaction between industry and academia . INDIA's ELIXIR: TRANSFORMING POTENTIAL INTO PERFORMANCE is chosen as theme for the convention and distinguished industrialists, policy makers, professionals and academicians are invited to put forth their views.
The annual publication "The Business Economist" is also launched featuring research papers and article relevant to the convention theme. The journal is circulated among a large number of business houses, professionals, academicians, business schools and eminent persons.

SPEAKERS

SHRI NALIN SURIE: FORMER INDIAN HIGH COMMISSIONER TO UK
K.SRINIVAS: PRESIDENT(B2C) AIRTEL
MR.SUNIL K. SINHA: DIRECTOR-ECONOMY RESEARCH CRISIL
MR.M M MADAN: DIRECTOR & HEAD HYDRO GVK GROUP
MR. A S.SACHDEVA: ADVISER,MINISTRY OF FINANCE,GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MR.VIKAS GUPTA: FOUNDER & CEO OF 9.9 MEDIA WORKS LIMITED
MR.MANAV CHAKROBARTY: CEO,MIMOZA ENTERPRISE FINANCE LIMITED
MR.RAGHUNANDAN RAJMNAI: CHIEF EXECUTIVE,JSS NOIDA
SMT.GANGA MURTHY: PRINCIPAL ADVISER,DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS
MR.AJAY KUMAR: CHIEF VIGILANCE OFFICER,FAGMIL
MR.DURGESH NANDAN: CHAIRMAN,FOUNDER & CEO,INMOTION MEDIA VENTURES
MRS.PADMAJA RUPAREL: PRESIDENT,INDIAN ANGEL NETWORK
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MBE:EXPERIENCE

“Education is what transforms the life from dull lead to dazzling gold which not only shines in itself but brightens the beholder too…” Life at MBE was filled with learning and fun. Knowing is not enough, applying what you know is more important. Thats what the exact aphorism of MBE is. I consider it God's grace that I spent my time at MBE where I received every possible kind of encouragement and learning to develop my talent through FACULTY and SENIORS.Who help every individual in all possible way.Being a part of one of the student committee i.e;CORPORATE COMMUNICATION CELL provide me the opportunity to get interact with corporate world which is simply a different and great learning experience for me.....



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Freshers Party

Our Freshers party was planned for four hours but was extended for two
days(a day before and a day after the actual party) as everyone was filled
with excitement and joy for the same.There were discussions, plans and
happiness all over facebook, classrooms, cafeteria and corridors.And the
party was so worth it!People jumping with joy and having good food and
drinks is one of the happiest sights you can ever see.Though seniors tried
to be shrewd and tried to throw evil smiles but they were soon dancing with
us and spending a memorable time with us.Our freshers party was amazing and
I enjoyed every bit of it.

Shikha Gautam
MBE 2012-14
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Myths Broken !

Taking a CAT exam doesn't mean you are going to be an MBA.Its a normal aptitude test which any university/college(of certain criteria,of course) can use to admit students.
Therefore, people coming to join MBE/MFC and thinking to mix it with an MBA degree as badly mislead.Masters in Business Economics, as the name suggests, is a very niche course about the nitty-gritties of the economics and not administration of business.
You are supposed to become the mind behind the analytics and strategy of any reputed firm !
Thats not MBA !

So i would urge you people to properly introspect before coming here but when you do,I assure you - There's nothing like it !
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Orientation Process

A New Journey

After a lot of hardwork
And a lot of wishes
We came to this place with excitement and blisses.
We met new people
We met new minds
With common aspirations
We became one of a kind.
Orientation began with a burst of pulse,
This new feeling took a little time to hush.
Less time and more work gave an adrenalin rush
We all started enjoying it despite some scoldings and fuss.
A week past and we all settled in,
Seniors and juniors unified and had a gleeful spree
Classes started and studies took a toll within.
New committees were formed and the work head started
With upcoming events and plans in mind,
everybody began working zestfully and sublime.
This new journey has evolved each one of us in some way I hope
May we continue to learn and grow like this,reaching the zenith of our roads
May we have a positive and wholesome experience to carry on for a lifetime.
And may God bless each one of us and shines as a guiding light.

Megha Chauhan
MBE 2012-2014



€œA good start is half the battle won €?

On very first day of my new endeavor, I had a lot of unknown fears clouded in my mind. The orientation process cleared my view and increased my confidence. The faculties addressed in a way that I realized the value of the opportunity I have. I understood the prestige of the institute. The interaction with the seniors helped me a lot to come out of my shell. The group exercises eased me and helped me to understand my fellow classmates. Though that was an exhaustive week, No doubt that it helped and taught me a lot. I thank our seniors for organizing the orientation.

Mohamed Sheik Ibrahim K.
MBE 2012-14



Orientation

In a hassle, I entered the room and I was so happy to find it air-
conditioned and to add to my happiness was the sophisticated "first look"
of my batch. All dressed up formally (unlike me) and I could see the focus
in everyone's eyes. Everyone listened to what the teachers had to say as
they introduced themselves and the world that we were about to enter. They
told us about the course and how it is different from the rest (and after
two weeks, I can proudly say it is). They told us about the different ways
they use to impart knowledge in their students and the ideas behind that
approach. Before I could realize ,teachers were done with their role in the
orientation programme (I wished to hear them more) and then the senior
batch took over. No one knew what happened next! The senior batch started
with the ice-breaking tasks just to gel with the junior batch and then they
gave us a task. (A task on the first day! Post-graduation isn't going to be a
cake walk)We were supposed to present B-plans in the groups that were
made.We were supposed to work with strangers( now friends though) to
present B-plans and our work was critiqued the next day. But I must add that
it was a great knowledgeable experience. I learned a lot. And just when I was
about to take a sigh of relief, we were given our second task of case
study. It was a very interesting task with "not-so-strangers". New angles to
look at situations, better ways to understand them, think creatively and
still not moving away from the main agenda is what I learned in my first
two tasks. And how can I forget the introductions (more like interviews) we
gave. It was an interesting way to know and understand people more. Then
there was "Ad-mad" as well. I can hardly recall when I've laughed as much as
I've laughed in that activity. To see non-actors act, non-dancers dance,
non-singers sing and see the rawness of the creative minds is one of the
most hilarious yet learned experiences. Then there were presentations and
speeches for the elections that were held for the post of vice-president
and for placement committee. And after the interviews and voting the process of
elections came to an end and so did the orientation programme. Precisely, my
orientation programme was a great experience and I hope to plan a similar
orientation programme(perhaps,better) for my juniors, next year.

Shikha Gautam
MBE 2012-14

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