Life@Pumba

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Hello Friends, This thread is exclusively for all Pumba Students to share their day to day experiences of PUMBA..........lets try and describe LIFE @ PUMBA......
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is there holiday on saturdays ? 😁

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The fresher's party was fun, the DJ was sad and played pathetic songs.

Yeah, the test dates are out and we have a test on 6th in Law. Let's see who is the real chupa rustam of the college who studies very rigourously behind the scenes.

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Well what to say...........
I don't know,but I will try my level best to describe a few things.....;)

When I entered PUMBA first time,I see was a look which was totally opposite of my dream of a B-School, it had an environment which let me thought that I am in a curfew.

BUT

when our classes started I looked at the students and they gave me the weirdest looks that they could ever give to me,I waited and then got to know some of them closely (no girls till yet:huh:) but I have lot of patience inside me.........Interactions had started between us and small groups were formed and then came the day of SHRAMDAAN which united us with even the Biotech people and we worked like anything to clean our prestigious college......(uptill now I changed the image of PUMBA in my mind).

It was the day we mixed up really and It worked as the ICE BREAKER and did lot of things whenever we got recess time and played antakshari:w00t: which was a good show..............

Then came the freshers and we were dancing,dancing,dancing & dancing and :chillpill: chilling out with the GIRLS (due respect to them) & boys too.

Meanwhile our lectures were a routine with the CELL interviews going on in full pace and it was like attending the school again...........Law was hell,Lost in Economics and Sarees(Bhide Ma'am,well she teaches very nice),Kolte Sir with his presentations and all..........after all it was a fine experience...........

After the rigorous selection process some of the unfortunates were selected and then All cells started working in full swing with the new recruits-

Placement Cell with Pamphlet(Brochure) Dristibution
Alumni Cell with Chapter Treats(Meets)
Media Cell with Fuseletter(Newsletter)
Seminar Cell with Disorganising(organising) Seminars
Systems Cell with hanging(perfect) systems...........and many more

and now the SYNDICATE activities have started.............for our personality and what not development.Lets see how they improve us.....Devil bless us

And NOW comes the real part TEST dates are out.Let's see kisme kitna hai dum

Chalo yaar ab bahut ho gaya................Apologies agar kuch bhool gaya hoon.

Asheesh Mehrotra
Division A

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Well what to say...........
I don't know,but I will try my level best to describe a few things.....;)

When I entered PUMBA first time,I see was a look which was totally opposite of my dream of a B-School, it had an environment which let me thought that I am in a curfew.

BUT

when our classes started I looked at the students and they gave me the weirdest looks that they could ever give to me,I waited and then got to know some of them closely (no girls till yet:huh:) but I have lot of patience inside me.........Interactions had started between us and small groups were formed and then came the day of SHRAMDAAN which united us with even the Biotech people and we worked like anything to clean our prestigious college......(uptill now I changed the image of PUMBA in my mind).

It was the day we mixed up really and It worked as the ICE BREAKER and did lot of things whenever we got recess time and played antakshari:w00t: which was a good show..............

Then came the freshers and we were dancing,dancing,dancing & dancing and :chillpill: chilling out with the GIRLS (due respect to them) & boys too.

Meanwhile our lectures were a routine with the CELL interviews going on in full pace and it was like attending the school again...........Law was hell,Lost in Economics and Sarees(Bhide Ma'am,well she teaches very nice),Kolte Sir with his presentations and all..........after all it was a fine experience...........

After the rigorous selection process some of the unfortunates were selected and then All cells started working in full swing with the new recruits-

Placement Cell with Pamphlet(Brochure) Dristibution
Alumni Cell with Chapter Treats(Meets)
Media Cell with Fuseletter(Newsletter)
Seminar Cell with Disorganising(organising) Seminars
Systems Cell with hanging(perfect) systems...........and many more

and now the SYNDICATE activities have started.............for our personality and what not development.Lets see how they improve us.....Devil bless us

And NOW comes the real part TEST dates are out.Let's see kisme kitna hai dum

Chalo yaar ab bahut ho gaya................Apologies agar kuch bhool gaya hoon.

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Alrite, lets rejounivate this long dead thread...and talk about Life@PUMBA
As of now , PUMBA class 2009 students are busy in their summer internships across various companies.
The admission season for class 2010 has begun in full swing and queries of enthusiastic aspirants has started to pour in ..
We at MEDIA CELL @ PUMBA welcome all the lucky fellas who get in to PUMBA....


project guide calling..
(to be continued)


High time we PUMBAITES started contributing to this thread. There is no active thread on PG from PUMBA giving a glimpse of Life@PUMBA. 180+ students, no bloody posts giving a snapshot of Life in this beautiful campus!

So, to give a brief snapshot of what's been happening in PUMBA

Aug 4-6th Itwas the Induction program with speakers from companies such as Go-Air, Tata Motors, Bharat Forge and our Alumni. Some seniors from the Seminar Cell could elaborate on who all were there.

Week beginning Aug 12th: This is the week when the college formally started due to CAP round 4 admissions all of which take place in PUMBA. This week almost finished of selection of candidates for 2 cells ( Placement and Media). Lectures were going on at a slow pace in this week and with the Independence day and Rakhi fever, things were sluggish.

Week beginning Aug 18th:
This week started off the lectures in full swing, with almost all the selections for the Cells ending.

Aug 24th - This was the Shramdaan 2008 day. All students from PUMBA had to clean up one part of the college in groups. This included the MBA BT batch too. This was a fun day. While it was officially a day to attach and bond with the college, the Shramdaan is more of an ice-breaker between MBA-General students and those from MBA-BT batch. It was a fun day where we General and BT guys tried to cut each other through the game of Antakshari. Another set of general batch guys had our very own game of Dumb-Cherades and finally, the Shramdaan concluded with the Tug-of-War

Since Aug 25th or so, then Syndicate activities have been announced for the college, which include GDs, Case Studies and Individual presentations.

The Seven Pillars of PUMBA - The Cells have been continously working. Esp the placement cell, which leaves for Brochure distributions on the 15th of this month, and has been slogging hard. I am not a member of any cell so I can't comment. Someone from the multitude of Cells could explain more on life in the Cells

I wish I could go on but more on Life@PUMBA in a few days.

Thanks and Regards,
Rahul Mulchandani,
MBA++ General 1st Year,
Section C, Roll Number 8343.
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Alrite, lets rejounivate this long dead thread...and talk about Life@PUMBA
As of now , PUMBA class 2009 students are busy in their summer internships across various companies.
The admission season for class 2010 has begun in full swing and queries of enthusiastic aspirants has started to pour in ..
We at MEDIA CELL @ PUMBA welcome all the lucky fellas who get in to PUMBA....


project guide calling..
(to be continued)

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OK i am back from dinner, lets talk about Life @ PUMBA

Some of the best features of PUMBA i like

1. Continuous Evaluation: (every other day there is test and it forces you to go home and study thereby you dont have to study much during final exams.... also due to this you understand very well what professors are teaching)

2. Syndicate Activities (GDs, Presentations, Case Studies, Street Play): it happens almost after every 3 days, this grills the person in and out and bring out the hidden personality in them and hence improves commnication skills and general awareness... it forces you to think on variety of topics and improves you analytical skills to solve problems/situations in real life.

3. Cell Activities: this gives you sense of responsibility and hands on experience as how to work in team and for a common cause.

i have seen these 3 things so far and i am very happy about it, i am egarly waiting for "Interdisciplinary Courses", "Foreign Language" and "Three Field Projects".

Being University Department, Campus is cool, surroundings is pleasent, Internet Accessibility is fine.

We have mini Canteen but than we also have NCSS, ANIKET and other canteens to explore...

This year crowd rocks, many of them are highly experienced and talented freshers...

Some Faculties are good, experienced and Eco Mam is mindblowing, she has vast experience is economics and she relates economics with sqm and other subjects easily, i think there are many students who dont like to miss her lecture...

There is ethic and discipline all around campus... sometimes good, sometimes too much :)

Over all i am happy that i got PUMBA as its really meeting my expectations so far and would like to be equally contributing for the rest of the 2 years...

well i need to go now i have sqm test tomorrow, guys wish me luck, may be its too late ;)

Regards
Prad

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typo...

my last line was "Good to be @ Pumba" :)

- prad

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Wow i didnt checked this thread before, i have lot to say about Life @ Pumba, I also see my name around, i am glad that i was able to do something for PUMBA and its a pleasure to do something for the insitutue where you learn, this you cannot get anywhere else, i had full freedom to work on site and whatever i visualized about PUMBA in these month i have put it all in website, obviously content have came for our past site and current placement dossier....

More things to come from my side and ofcourse system cell is that

"We are currently developing a Software Application which will run on our Intranet Server, it will be a communication medium between Students and Faculties, it will also contain centralised database which will help all cell members to extract required data as and when needed, it will also contain forums, students can post and share their articles, presentations, etc."


Opps... i have SQM test tomorrow and i have to also go for dinner now, i will have a quick dinner and will write about my experience and Life @ PUMBA.... in short its definately positive ..... go to be @ PUMBA

- prad
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Hello Friends,
This thread is exclusively for all Pumba Students to share their day to day experiences of PUMBA..........lets try and describe LIFE @ PUMBA......


Dear all,
Its a matter of great pride to one and all from PUMBA. PUMBAs team of Piyush Rastogi and Sameer Singhvi have made all of us proud by being one amongst the TOP 23 teams shortlisted out of a whopping 600 entries across India for the ET Wharton Biz Plan Competition

Check this link http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/etwharton/1866282.cms

At the recently concluded Delhi Chapter meet, Director Dr (Capt) Chitale rightly said "PUMBA means Business...we are PUMBA, one of the most prestigious institutes in India"...
Great work guys. Keep it up and ALL THE BEST for the Finals!!
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