How You Can Use An MBA To Become An Entrepreneur

June 18, 2019

Some entrepreneurs have gone it alone. Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in his garage before turning it into a multibillion dollar global brand. But having a strong team is key to the success of any business. Many entrepreneurs will tell you: there’s no one as important to them as their co-founders. Noel Shih, Ryan Mann, and […]

Read More

Didn’t complete MBA? Take home a diploma: Madras University’s new plan

June 17, 2019

CHENNAI: Soon, students enrolled for distance education courses with Madras University will get a certificate even if they are unable to complete the course. The radical, albeit controversial idea will be presented in detail at the syndicate meeting scheduled to be held on June 18. “Certificates will be awarded depending on the amount of portion covered […]

Read More

Microsoft launches AI labs in India, collaborate with 10 institutes

June 16, 2019

Microsoft will support the selected institutions with infrastructure, curriculum and content, access to cloud and Artificial intelligence (AI) Tech giant Microsoft on Thursday said that it will launch AI digital labs in the country in collaboration with 10 higher education institutions, including BITS Pilani and ISB. A part of the three-year program, Microsoft will support […]

Read More

Kota institutes claim 45 among top 100 ranks in JEE-Advanced

June 15, 2019

JEE-Advanced toppers from Allen Career Institute celebrating at Kota on Friday KOTA: After reporting stellar performance in NEET and AIIMS exam, Kota coaching centres continued their winning spree when JEE-Advanced results were announced on Friday. The coaching majors claimed 45 ranks among the top 100 when the reports came in last. The entire coaching town celebrated the […]

Read More

How To Keep Your Relationship Alive During An MBA

June 12, 2019

Absence, they say, makes the heart grow fonder. Some of history’s greatest love stories are about distance relationships—two individuals thrown apart by adverse circumstances, serving only to strengthen their love. Take The Notebook—lovers separated by war, only to rekindle their love years later. Or Titanic, where centuries of tradition can’t keep the two star-crossed lovers apart. It’s […]

Read More

How My Entrepreneurship-Focused MBA Is Helping Me Develop Two Startups

June 11, 2019

Several factors are important to MBA applicants when considering a business school, including cost, location, ranking, and program type. Right before he began his MBA journey in 2014, Roberto di Nuzzo was working as a finance analyst for EE, launching 4G with his team. He created a new KPI tool and process for management and […]

Read More

Business Schools Say MBA Rankings Can’t Be Trusted

June 10, 2019

MBA rankings are failing to reflect the true performance of the flagship business school programs, according to 1,291 school administrators, students, graduates and employers. Just one in 10 believe that rankings do this, according to the survey by the Association of MBAs and Business Graduates Association (AMBA and BGA), which accredit business schools. Rankings are a valuable resource for […]

Read More

OJEE 2019 CBT Examination begins today, MBA exam to be conducted tomorrow

June 9, 2019

The Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (ODJEE) for various Post Graduate courses began today. The exam is being conducted for M.Tech, M.Arch, MCA, LE-MCA, M.Pharm, M.Plan programmes. As per the official notification the first shift of OJEE 2019 will be held from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, the second shift will be conducted from 1:00 pm to […]

Read More

Here’s Why You Should Move To Barcelona To Launch Your MBA Startup

June 8, 2019

If you stopped someone on the street to ask what comes to mind when they think of Barcelona, you could get a few different answers. If you asked a sports fan, they might say the soccer team; a holidaymaker might say the beaches; a culture vulture might say the city’s vibrant architecture. Ask a businessperson, […]

Read More

Premier institutes not collaborating, need to tie fundings: AICTE chief

June 7, 2019

‘Institutes don’t share their faculties with others’ Stressing on the “lack of collaboration among the country’s premier institutes”, AICTE chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe on Thursday said that there was a need to “attach strings” to the funding of these institutes to make them undertake collaborative programmes. “We do have excellent institutions in Ahmedabad like IIM-A, EDII, […]

Read More