The day I landed the internship in PwC DIAC, I heaved a sigh of relief thinking “Good God, I don’t have to participate in the energy-sapping placement sessions anymore.” Excited I was to relive the corporate life once again. Going by the senior batches’ mantra – “Get a PPO and your life will be relaxed”,
Have you ever thought as an MBA aspirant, how life would be at a B School, what to expect out of the 2 years and whether you would be an able fit? After joining your MBA programme, having completed a year, do you feel you do not belong there because you are an average student?
“The Toughest Decision Was Job Change, Switching From An Implementation Role To That Of A Consultant” – Debraj Dutta, XIMB Alumnus And Consultant At PwC, India
Tell us about yourself, your educational and professional background. My name is Debraj Datta and I am working as consultant in PwC India. I completed my PGDM in Rural Management from XIMB. Prior to PGDM. I graduated in Supply chain management from West Bengal University of Technology. I have over two years of experience in
The King is dead. Long live the King. Yes, Traditional advertising media vehicles & the reigning king – TV, Press, Radio, Cinema & Outdoor is marching towards slow death – unless they reinvent themselves & become relevant. Their place is being usurped by Alternate Advertising media vehicles – the new King – Buzz (Word of
On the 7th of January, 2016, VGSoM IIT Kharagpur was graced by the presence of one of it’s finest alumnus- Mr. Sourav Niyogi who is currently MD at Accenture, UK. Having visited the school the previous year also, Mr. Niyogi reiterated the feeling of homecoming that he goes through everytime he visits his alma mater.
We conducted a chat session with Ms. Saumya Gupta, a PwC consultant, on how you can best crack the consulting interviews in the upcoming recruitment season on 18th December 2015. She is currently working with the Government & Public Sector practice through PwC and is an IMT- Ghaziabad alumna. Prior to her MBA stint, she
Another week’s gap. Another collection a little too large to digest. India How about we just cut up the big states? We’d get better governance at least Farmer suicides: depression is bigger reason than debt Profiling the thieves of India. Dacoities have come down significantly. Wonder what happened to the “Chaddi and Banyan Gang”
Here’s me overcompensating for 3-week absence, and making yet another, not-at-all convincing promise that I’d more regular with these posts in the future: India Tamil Nadu has been successfully running a Make in India model for about twenty years Money into the sea: Mumbai’s coastal road is expensive and bad urban planning Watch:
Shreyas Panse’s 54th edition on the best reading material on the internet looks at kids of IIT/IIM grads, Osama Bin Laden’s stock market connection, Bollywood’s gender issues and much more Disabled population are grossly underestimated in India, showing a disappointing social behaviour Osama bin Laden made the most successful stock market speculation till date
‘Do not come to consulting unless you aspire to be a partner’- Ram Periyagaram (Consulting Partner, PwC)
Over twenty four years in the consulting industry with a considerable experience in the US, Mr. Periyagaram, in an interview with the Media Cell, shared his opinions about a variety of topics ranging from the GST to the crash of the China market to big data and its applications in the current context. He also