The unsettling debate of whether entrepreneurs should attend college or not has been going on for years. The ones who plead against the motion are often convinced by one in a million success stories like that of Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerburg. The ones who sail the other boat are more rational about the whole
An important and literally a ‘career-defining’ question that keeps even the most brilliant college students awake at night is whether their diligence will lead to good placements. Unfortunately, for the students inclined towards the opposite end of that extreme, the current placement scenario in India results in the elimination of approximately 50% of the students
Entrepreneurship in this day and age is the catalyst for Innovation. Elon Musk is an example of prodigy who required no Education to succeed with his mind-boggling ventures. There are success stories in the past like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates who own the biggest corporate and yet hire MBA personnel if needed as well.
MBA is going to end in a couple of months or even lesser, and it is stirring up a lot of emotions in the final year students. Some of us might be thinking of starting our own venture. We have the right pedigree , but do we have what it takes to take the leap
What comes to your mind when we talk about the 2010 hit film, Band Baaja Baaraat? Are you reminded of the hit songs or that rowdy Dilli ka ladka with his mad energy – Ranveer Singh or that no-nonsense girl from West Delhi played by Anushka Sharma? Amidst all the drama, dancing, making out, fighting and making up, in
IIMs were conceptualised with the idea of honing the business skills of Indian students. Although a vast majority prefer taking placements in multi nationals post PGDM, there are a few who embark on their entrepreneurial journey. The below article is a descriptive interview of one such journey! Dr. Peeyoosh Ranjan Maharana, who has previously been
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Hardeep Pathak is a writer-entrepreneur hybrid from Ahmedabad. He founded Writopedia in January 2014, a community that has spread its wings across 14 countries now. Writopedia provides innovative content writing solutions to enhance lives and businesses. With operational headquarters in Ahmedabad, Writopedia also has business development offices in Delhi, Bangalore and Dubai. The community boasts
“Pehele mai apni biwi ko convince karu, fir apne baap ko convince karu, fir apni family ko convince karu… satra ka hai ye ….” (Just to let you know what I am talking about – watch this). Finding a job after multiple rejections was now not only about an interview process for me, but was
A run-through on entrepreneurship in one of India’s premier management institute A small confession: I am one of those poor souls bitten by the startup bug, hoping to cure it at IIMB. So far, a remedy seems far out of sight. When you think of the entrepreneurship scene in India, you think of the IITs,