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“The Obstacle Is Indeed The Way” - Mr. Vinay Gupta, Global Finance Director, Group CIO, Deutsche Bank

As part of the Industry Interaction Cell, IIM Amritsar, I invited Mr. Vinay Gupta – Global Finance Director, Group CIO, Deutsche Bank to be one of the panelists for our

Hustle Bustle Of The Holy IIM – My First Few Weeks At IIM Amritsar

“Good Afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen, we have landed at the Amritsar Airport. The humidity is 85% and a temperature of 37 degrees.” said the captain of the flight. I was

Being A Fit To Become Fittest – Values Gleaned And Delivered

“Survival of the fittest” is a phrase from Darwinian evolutionary theory. Natural selection is an idea which says that only the species that adapt to the environment the fastest will

Padding Up For A Two-Year Long Test At IIM Amritsar!

Klaus Schwab said, “Change can be frightening, and the temptation is often to resist it. But change often provides opportunities- to learn new things, to rethink tired processes, and to

An Interview With Prof. Neeraj Bhanot Regarding “Project Based Learning Approach At IIM-Amritsar”

Profile Overview of Prof. Neeraj Bhanot:Prof. Neeraj Bhanot is an Assistant Professor in the area of Quantitative Methods and Operations Management. He pursued B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering and M.Tech in

TEDxIIMAmritsar – Where Experience Meets Art

Success is no Accident. Everyone celebrates Success. From books to quotes to films to pop culture references, success has cemented its premier elite position in the society.With the stories of achievements

Lighting The Lamps Of Joy And Success - A Karan And Anu Story | Sankalp - The Social Responsibility Club Of IIM Amritsar

What do you want to be in the future?I want to be like Medhavi Didi.The touching answer from one of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya selected student, Anu perfectly encapsulated the

Aagaaz 2.0 | IIM Amritsar's Cultural Induction Night | A New Peregrination

You may remember a thing by reading or listening to it, but you will never forget it when you’re a part of it.Taking the trite metaphor ‘Breaking the Ice’ to