You’re all set to get into b- school. Just a couple months to go, before lectures start in earnest. Many of you have preparatory courses to help you along. You’re pumped about going to b – school. Talking to your peers and figuring out stuff are hygiene steps you take. But you’re kind of worried.
Belonging to a family, living in a conservative Muslim community, Talat Khanam was told to hide behind Burqa from her childhood. Pursuing higher education to achieve her dreams was a luxury for her in a society that is dominated mostly by men. Religion comes as another hindrance for a woman in her community to branch
We all know how hectic B-school life can get. With pilling assignments, long and strenuous lectures, never-ending projects and pressure to get a good placement offer, multitasking gets embroiled in the system of students. In the process, they often tend to neglect their mental health and lose focus of their inner compass. Prof. Himanshu Dhaka
In today’s scenario, the term “Indian IT Male” has turned out to be a category in itself. The Indian IT sector is a leader when it comes to technology and business services and is also the biggest employer for Indian technology professionals. Indian IT professionals work with the world’s leading organizations not only to support
With the MBA Entrance exam season coming to an end, many of you would be wondering what to do next. Getting a high percentile is only the battle won but the war isn’t over yet. And why not utilise this time, that you have while waiting for the result, to prepare for the next step.
Arnaz Kaur Ghumman got into TISS to pursue her Master’s degree in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations. Interested in management and organizing people on different occasions for different end-goals, Arnaz started learning the trade better at TISS. Through her field works and stints at different companies, she learned the real world of business that
In growing organizations, where processes and new technologies are filling in to ease complex mechanisms and teams are more dynamic, the next generation of HR managers need to be equipped with multiple solutions to tackle problems. Prof Sushanta Mishra of IIM Indore sheds light on the problem questions that may arise in these growing organizations
Thousands of aspirants take up TISSNET every year to get into the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). Most of them apply to opt the Master’s program in HRM and LR and to crack it you need a structured preparation. In this video, TISS students Ishma Raina and Abhishek Pareek, would guide you through
Hello MBA Aspirants! By now, most of you are aware that MBA is not just about cracking the entrance exams. One also needs to have the right skills and an impressive profile to make the cut. This article talks about the different areas you need to focus on to build a profile that stands apart.
Every year, lakhs of students embark on the journey of MBA with millions of dreams and hopes. They slog for months to crack the toughest of the entrance exams and finally enter into their dream b-schools. Yes, a lot of students fulfill this dream that they had cherished for long. You could certainly be one