In an era where the importance of possessing managerial expertise is perceived to be sky high, Business Schools have emerged to be the pilots flying raw talent up to those heights. B-School participants are caught up in a race for competence. Competitions, grades, projects and of course, placements aptly depict their lives! However, in the
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
Post MBA Journey Of A JBIMS Alumna – Ms. Reena Damani – Assistant Vice President, Financial Institutions Group, Yes Bank
Journey after completing MBA…is it a bed of roses or a new expedition altogether? How is life working inside the air-conditioned glass walls of a corporate office, amidst the client calls, striding in the business suits? At some point in their journey, every MBA aspirant faces these questions. To get insights from the life of
“Oh, you are a fresher? You would surely get shortlisted for all FMCGs!” “2 years + work experience? Try for B2B sales or marketing” “3 years plus? Dude, Operations is the field for you!!” These are the most commonly used statements students in all b-schools hear right from the day they join, till the day
This post is not for the weak. It’s probably going to confuse you to a lot and you might hate me for that. Though it’s my personal opinion but something needs to be said and I am just going to say it. Proceed only if you have the courage and honesty to accept the truth.
India has close to 5,500 Business schools offering a total of 520,000 seats. Only 7% of pass-outs are actually employable in India. (Data Source: ASSOCHAM Education Committee 2016) In the last few months, I have had a chance to interact with close to 500 students from established & growing Business schools. Lack of quality control,
He was staring at that patch on the floor. There was a fly sitting on it, fluttering her wings. He kept looking at it absently for long. Time was not an issue. Or may be time was an issue, because it was too much and he had nothing to do. He was alone with his thoughts, literally.
Barely a fortnight after graduating, it’s both difficult and tempting to look back and try and sum up the two years. While life after Post Graduation may have many crossroads and opportunities, the two years, though not perfect, have added many different sides to each character. Growing, learning, changing, each day was as variable and fickle as the Shillong weather.
A new generation of excited B-Schoolers will be graduating this year. With optimism and high hopes in their hearts, as these graduates join the corporate world there are few things that b-school didn’t teach you. They matter far more than your joining CTC and your position in the company. Lessons for the Graduating B-Schooler 1. Finances: This
For those who were misled by the title, this article is not about the life after graduating 5 years ago from a b-school, but it’s about the life JUST after passing from your college (kind of what I am going through right now!) What prompted me to write this article is: 1. I have loads