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Dr Sanjay Chordiya, Chairman of Suryadatta Group of Institutes shares his insights on higher education system in India

Soniya Rajendran

Author: Soniya Rajendran

Minglebox User

Now-a-days it is very frequently observed that students sign up for higher studies with less interest or take is casually. Moreover, there are very few institutions in India who are giving quality inputs so as to inculcate the learning skills amongst students. Higher Education System in India... Read more

7 Rules to Excel in CAT Quantitative Ability section

shalini singh

Author: shalini singh

Minglebox User

In this season of Mock CATs , most of the students struggle with the problem of low attempts (and low scores) in QA despite having good knowledge. Many students are unable to choose the right questions while attempting the paper and end up attempting difficult questions that not only take time but... Read more

TARGETS - U should LOVE IT, no choice to LEAVE IT!

Author: C. Syed Saleem

Head – Relationships, SMOT School of Business, Chennai

  William Tell had been given the onerous responsibility of shooting the apple on his sons head with a cross-bow. If he had missed he would have been beheaded for manslaughter in addition to losing his son. However, by splitting the apple, he made life difficult for Man as he was showcased... Read more

The Experience

Author: Ms Srirupa Banerjee

Assistant Professor, SMOT School of Business, Chennai

With chains , retail stores, offers, shopping experience, standards, customers are at their receiving best. Choices galore, anything we need is available when we walk in to the well designed, well laid out store. Everything has been taken into account, our tastes our aspirations, our budgets,... Read more

7 commonly told lies by sales personnel to their boss!

Author: Mr S. Arun Kumar

Assistant Professor, SMOT School of Business, Chennai

The river Ganga originates at the Gangotri glacier in Himalayas, the word ‘lie’, originates from salesmen! Is it so? General perception prevailing among the people is that, salesman pushes his products in the market by telling several lies to his customers. But lies are not only told to... Read more

A Drug Called Sales

Author: Mr S. Arun Kumar

Assistant Professor, SMOT School of Business, Chennai

  As Dr Bones Mc Coy famously remarked in the Star Trek prelude...SPACE...THE FINAL FRONTIER and from then on started a roller coaster journey of a group of space adventurers who explore the unknown black ink space.....            ... Read more

MBA’s-Gold (Or) Dust?

Author: Ms Srirupa Banerjee

Assistant Professor, SMOT School of Business, Chennai

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Vocational Education A vital aspect for the countrys business future

Mr. Sajid Nalakath

Author: Mr. Sajid Nalakath

ISMS Academy for Advanced Learning International Centre Edexcel UK

It is disappointing that quality business studies is becoming less available because the country needs entrepreneurs and inspired employees  Educational graphs for the last couple of years have highlighted the persistent debate about attitudes to traditional and more vocational subjects.... Read more

Classroom to Boardroom (preconditioning of attitudes)

Mr. Abraham Kuruvilla

Author: Mr. Abraham Kuruvilla

Executive Director and CEO, B.School

The behavior of men and women at the workplace has been the focus of many seminal studies over the past 15 decades. Social scientists, psychologists, philosophers and acknowledged thinkers have dissected their attitudes, perceptions, motivational drivers and their personality with a view to... Read more

Challenges faced by the service industry due to lack of skilled professionals

Mr. Gurpreet Khanna

Author: Mr. Gurpreet Khanna

Director and CEO of Airawat Group (Institute for Excellence in Services and Planning - IESP )

India has seen enormous growth in emigration of its citizens to other countries. Economic growth coupled with low mobility of the remaining labor force has exacerbated a growing shortage of qualified skilled professionals to perform needed local work. Companies are finding it more and more difficult... Read more

Pathways to Democratization of Innovation: Removing Barriers and Promoting Triggers to Innovation: Dr Uday Salunkhe ,Group Director, Welingkar Education

Dr. Uday Salunkhe

Author: Dr. Uday Salunkhe

Group Director, Welingkar Institute

Dr Uday Salunkhe, Group Director, Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research offered some priceless insights into the prevalent innovation  scenario as he outlined the bottlenecks and the possible pathways into them. Here are few excerpts taken from his address at 3rd Global... Read more

Why is diversity at a business school so important?

CAPT. A.Nagaraj Subbarao

Author: CAPT. A.Nagaraj Subbarao

Associate Professor at Alliance University, School of Business, Bangalore, India

In a tightly integrated and increasingly flat world it is evident that countries or organizations cannot afford to operate in silos anymore and need to engage the world at large. This is particularly true when India finds itself at the epi-centre of a phenomenon called globalization. A method by... Read more

When faced with critical decisions, are you equipped to think critically?

Prof. Tremaine du Preez

Author: Prof. Tremaine du Preez

Prof. Tremaine du Preez is adjunct Professor for Critical Thinking at S P Jain Center of Management and author of Think Smart, Work Smarter published by Marshall Cavendish 2011.

What is critical thinking and how is it helping leaders make better decisions? Leaders make decisions every day based on explicit assumptions and non-emotive, rational processes. Or do they? The latest economic crises highlighted a plethora of bad decisions, made by well-educated... Read more

Academic Rigor

Jayant Kumar Mohapatra

Author: Jayant Kumar Mohapatra

Asst. Prof., Strategic Management, College of Management, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun

Introduction With the increasing number of institutions, it is becoming difficult for the students to choose good institutes that will give a boost to their career. There are number of propositions that nowadays institutes make to position themselves in the market and attract more number of... Read more

B-school Ranking Rantings!

C. Srinivas

Author: C. Srinivas

Faculty at Accend School of Management

Rankings matter. After all this is possibly the only systematically aggregated data point that students have, to match their requirements and the college offerings. It is Rankings which help students understand the relative pecking order of the b-schools on various parameters and also the importance... Read more

The Invisible Element of Success

Madhavi Srinivas

Author: Madhavi Srinivas

Faculty, Accend School of Management and Entrepreneurship

As an undergraduate student, most of your time was probably spent on earning the easily measurable cues to knowledge acquisition – marks. More often than not, this focus on marks was to the exclusion of focus on any other facet of learning or knowledge. A much needed but equally neglected... Read more

HABITS OR “AHAH” BITS?

Ianna Contardo

Author: Ianna Contardo

Associate Dean, Global MBA Program & Head of Neuro-Marketing Center of Excellence, S P Jain Center of Management, Dubai - Singapore - Sydney

The field of Neuromarketing or brain sciences which study consumers’ sensory, cognitive and emotional responses to marketing stimuli is simply becoming phenomenal. The term Neuromarketing was coined in 2002 by Prof. Ale Smidts, ERIM (Erasmus Research Institute of Management) author of Top... Read more

Once I am M.B.A----------

Dr. Monika Aggarwal

Author: Dr. Monika Aggarwal

Executive Director, Sai Educations

Many youngsters after finishing their graduation program think of ‘Once I am M.B.A--------‘. I met  a few students who were entering into their first semester of MBA and I asked them a basic question ‘Why MBA..........’ .  The answer was very simple ‘To... Read more

Management Education versus Hands-on Experience

Prof. Santosh Nair

Author: Prof. Santosh Nair

Faculty, Kohinoor Business School & Center for Management Research

C irca 1946: It was when Dennis Weatherstone turned 16 and straight after school that he was hired as a book keeper at Guaranty Trust. By the age of 18 he had acquired elementary banking qualification, from a polytechnic institute, Northwestern Polytechnic in London. His father was a clerk who... Read more

Classification of B schools in India

Samir Sagalkar

Author: Samir Sagalkar

Faculty, Accend School of Management and Entrepreneurship

With close to 6000 Business schools in India, the toughest aspect of the study of B schools is the classification of these Schools offering management education. The Working Group of the Knowledge Commission, in its report submitted to the Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh, stressed many... Read more

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