It was the ‘Pre-Joining Meet’ at JBIMS when I saw her for the first time. A bright, confident, expressive person, somehow I knew she was very special. As the time went by, I realised I was right. Radhika Vyawahare is indeed a unique personality in itself. A gold medalist Textile engineer from Institute of Chemical
Celebrating the spirit of womanhood, we have Solanki Halder, a postgraduate student at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, sharing her take on life and womanhood. What was high school like for you? How did it contribute to your personality/ the person you are right now? I went to an all-girls school. We were
‘Don’t Stop Dreaming And Don’t Stop Fighting’ – Annesha Chaudhuri – IIM Bangalore – Celebrating Womanhood On InsideIIM
Celebrating the spirit of womanhood, here we have Annesha Chaudhuri, a post-graduate student at the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, speak about her priorities in life. What was high school like for you? How did it contribute to your personality/ the person you are right now? High school was one of the worst phases of
‘Never Regret, If It’s Good, It’d Be Wonderful; If It’s Bad, It’d Be An Experience’ – Pavithra Mutyap – IIM Bangalore – Celebrating Womanhood On InsideIIM
Celebrating the spirit of womanhood, we have Pavithra Mutyap sharing her take on life. Pavithra Mutyap completed her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad, following which she switched gears and followed her passion for management. Currently, she is pursuing her business management at IIM Bangalore. She is
Dr. Shalini Urs, Founder and Chairperson, MYRA School of Business in conversation with http://www.masthmysore.com, as part of their International Women’s Day initiative. Why you chose your respective field? I chose the education sector for primarily two reasons: · My belief in the power of education: For me, education is a means to an end and
There are days which are meant to raise awareness like World Aids Day or TB Day or days which commemorate certain events in history like the Republic Day, the Independence Day. But one such Day that we have been celebrating since 1909 is the International Women’s Day and I cannot fathom why. Is it of
Aanchal Rawal, the girl full of enthusiasm and energy, comes from the traditional background of a middle class family from Lucknow. Making her way through different schools and cities, she knows how to fit in and yet, stand out. From Ghaziabad to Paris(more on this later) – she is one of the aces from the class
Anushree Nalgundwar is a first-year student pursuing PGD-HRM from XLRI, Jamshedpur. A self-confessed feminist and debate enthusiast, she is vocal about the need for providing quality education to girls at the primary level, nd has worked as a teaching volunteer at the NGO Make a Difference(MAD). Her hobbies include reading, singing and exploring new places.
From The Matrilineal Town Of Shillong To NITIE – Jaya Choudhary – Celebrating Womanhood On InsideIIM
She is an electrical engineering graduate from NIT Jaipur. Prior to joining NITIE, she worked for 3 years at Emerson network power in the application engineering team. She also worked for a start-up called Paintcollar for 8 months. She likes playing the keyboard. She is currently learning western classical music. She also enjoys cooking.
“A successful woman is one who build a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at her.” We talked to various women in the field of MBA for the women’s day, and one among them was Anuja Mane. Here is what she says about herself. Being the third girl in a middle-class family has