Author: Edgar Stephens

‘Playing To My Strengths Was The Strategy I Adopted’ – Sandhini Nagvekar On How She Aced SNAP

Meet Sandhini Nagvekar, hailing from Mumbai. She did her schooling from Hasanat High School and did her Junior college from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics. Moving ahead, she graduated from Anil Surendra Modi School of Commerce NMIMS University with a BBA in 2014. Currently, she is pursuing her MBA in Human Resource from

“The Day Your Writing On Finance Is Understood Appreciated By High School Students, You Know You Are A Successful Writer” – Interview With Tamal Bandyopadhyay

  Tamal Bandyopadhyay is a Consulting Editor of Mint in Mumbai. His weekly column on banking and finance, called “Banker’s Trust” is widely read for its deep insights, clarity and ability to anticipate and dissect various policy moves. He is the author of two best sellers –“A Bank for the Buck” and “Sahara: The Untold Story”.

Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship For Indian Nationals Abroad

Reliance Industries Limited generously created the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship Program to support Indian nationals living in India who need financial assistance in obtaining an MBA at Stanford. Stanford GSB has a strong emphasis on global management education. Stanford GSB is proud to have enrolled many Indian students over the years; they are a vital

“You Can Be A Graduate From Any Stream, But When You Pass Out From Your B-school, You Need To Be A Polished Business Leader” – Gauraav Thakar, IIM Rohtak Alumnus And Head Of Marketing, QualityKiosk Technologies

When should an aspirant decide to do an MBA? Like any other post-graduation, an MBA may be pursued for various reasons. This decision is very individualistic. The reasons when one should decide to do an MBA is if you don’t like your current job profile (applies to all engineers in IT jobs, I know, I