I have always wanted to do an MBA, ever since I understood the term. I still remember in grade ten, when my friends were having a hard choice deciding if they were to take up Science, Commerce or Arts, I had already made up mind that it was going to be Commerce, post which I
Author: Sumangal Kamath
Sumangal Kamath is a first year MBA student at SBM, NMIMS. She completed her Bcom from St. Aloysius College, Mangalore. She describes herself as a vivacious, young soul who holds a strong penchant for singing, writing and binge watching Formula one.
Irrelevant as it may sound, Tango’s got nothing to do with my article. However, my next three hundred words or so would revolve around the latter. The past three months, to be precise the first Trimester of my MBA Life, has taught me a lot of lessons. So here’s a glimpse into my first trimester
Recently I met a junior of mine, who asked me what is it like to be at NMIMS Mumbai? That’s when the idea of penning down this article actually struck me. If I were to sum it up in a line, it’s like living the corporate life even before you are actually living it. Confusing?
8 AM in the morning, snoozes the alarm, wakes up at 8:45, to report to college at 9, after consuming the 249th spray of her 250 sprays deodorant. Jokes apart, but that’s precisely how life at b-school has been for me, in the past 2 months. Coming from a procrastinated lifestyle background, time management was