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IIM professor uses board games for teaching the class
Words like ‘class’ and ‘lecture’ arouse images of boring professors throwing up tedious lessons in front of a black (or white) board. However, Mrityunjay Tiwari, an IIM Professor, chose a different board to teach his students. He does not settle for a blackboard or whiteboard but uses a board in which people play games. Students
Highest CTC Touched 25.6 LPA - A Glance at GIM's Placement Stats & SIP Report 2020-2021
Goa Institute of Management has secured its place among the top 15 private business schools in the country. With programs known for their intensity which are designed to equip the students to face workplaces dotted with excellent performers and achievers, a GIM graduate is supposed to be a multi-tasking individual, a leader, team worker and
Top Essential Tech Tools Every Management Student Should Use
The management studies field is as progressive as it gets. With the markets changing rapidly coupled with the market sentiments and more significant technological advancements, a management studies student is expected to know-it-all all. However, it is practically impossible to keep a tab on all the information if not presented in an organised way and
Firms skeptical of B-school summer internship during the pandemic
The planet wrapped in pretty flowers and delicious fruits is a welcome sight in April. April is also the month first-year students of two-year Management programs at B-schools engage in summer internships. However,2021 has seen disappointments on the internship front. Some current summer internship offers to stand revoked, while a few have got deferrals at
'Victim shaming' themed competition attracts youth participation
When SIBM Pune held the ‘Art for Freedom,’ a nationwide initiative for gender justice, it attracted some of the most intriguing entries from across the country. What is Art for Freedom? Art for Freedom,part of the #DNAFightsRape–Save the Evidence, is a citizen awareness drive. They launched the drive on November 25th, 2019, the International Day
How can MBAs Improve Diversity in Business?
In a constantly revolutionizing world, humans are getting closer to each other and getting acquainted with numerous identities that exist around them. In such a globalized world, the aspect of diversity in terms of race, gender, sexual orientation, and ethnicity become really important. These different kinds of diversities not only create a vibrant space where
Got A Reject From IIM - A/B/C? Here Is A Compelling Option - BITSoM
“You don’t need to be a Harvard Graduate to become the most successful lawyer in the country” One of the dialogues that stuck with me from the series “Suits” The shift from known knowledge to a piece of paper showcasing you have done a course has been the highlight of the current Indian education system.
#StudentArticle: 'Management education for skills enhancement' – by Debanjali Shit, (PGDM 2020-22), IMS Ghaziabad
Management education can not be comparable to studying chemistry, physics, mathematics, or law, for starters. Management education is more akin to medical education. Based on just theoretical knowledge, no doctor is allowed near a patient. Doctors learn technical skills by gaining clinical experience from practicing doctors, and, as a result, they become specialists in diagnosing
LIBA – Doing it the 'GLOCAL' Way
Every profession at some or the other time demands you to take an easy way out which might involve you to give up on your principles and ethics. However, institutions like LIBA have laid the cornerstone of them prepping students who would not just be academically excellent, but morally strong at the same time. In
Top US B-schools witness improved Acceptance rate, yield, and class-size
Many cases have come up for discussion on the destruction unleashed by the novel corona virus. If one were to categorize losses broadly, those of lives, jobs, and health wrap it up in a nutshell. The jury is still out on which sector was the most brutal hit, and one primary victim of the pandemic