Author: Miles

How This New Navient Memo Affects Your Student Loans

September 30, 2019

A new, unsealed internal memo from Navient, one of the nation’s largest student loan servicers, may shed light on how Navient is managing your student loans. Here’s what you need to know. Navient Memo The memo, which was written in June 2010, details Navient’s strategy to service federal student loans. Today, Navient services more than […]

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How Much Does GPA Matter When Applying To A Top MBA Program?

September 27, 2019

It’s time for another Applicant Question of the Week at BusinessBecause! Every week, we give you the opportunity to ask one of our chosen admissions experts anything you want to know about getting into business school. This week, our question comes from an anonymous applicant, concerned about the competitive nature of business school applications and hoping to […]

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RRB NTPC Admit Card 2019 Release, Exam Date, Centre Details

September 24, 2019

The Indian Railways has been on a recruitment spree as it strives to fill all the vacancy in the largest national public transporter at the earliest. Last year, the Railway Recruitment Board, RRBs had conducted the largest recruitment drive of Group D and Group C posts. This year also the recruitment process of several posts […]

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Career guide to be a financial advisor or investment advisor: Education and skills needed, salary range and more

September 23, 2019

career as a financial advisor or investment advisor is best suited for people who truly want to help and make a difference in the life of others. A financial advisor much like your lawyer or your doctor needs to be someone you trust and eventually share a transparent relationship with. Besides the right educational qualification, […]

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IMD And London Business School Top Ranking Of The Best International MBA Programs

September 21, 2019

IMD campus, Lausanne, Switzerland IMD Over the last decade the business school market has been disrupted by an increase in shorter, flexible, and inexpensive options. But institutions in Europe, Asia, Canada and Mexico are proving that a traditional M.B.A. – a full-time, campus-based program – is still highly desirable and the gold standard. Based on […]

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Education Department explains why only 1% of people who applied for public-loan forgiveness were accepted

September 20, 2019

An Education Department official acknowledged Thursday that a loan forgiveness program with a 99% rejection rate “presents numerous obstacles to borrowers.” Some critics contend that’s because the agency isn’t running the program correctly and is letting loans servicers give borrowers the runaround with bad information. The Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program is meant to wipe away student-loan […]

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BHU FMS MBA Admission 2020: Application Process begins, Apply for MBA Admission at

September 17, 2019

BHU MBA Admission 2020: Banaras Hindu University has begun accepting online applications fro BHU MBA Admission 2020. According to the update available on the official website i.e.; BHU has invited applications from MBA aspirants planning to join MBA programme offered by the Faculty of Management Studies at the University. Candidates keen to join the two-year, […]

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How to Study for Higher Level MBA Tests Along with Full-Time Jobs

September 16, 2019

MBA opens up many portals and opportunities for your career. However, preparing for entrance tests can be quite a bit of hard work, especially if you already have a full-time job. While it is indeed easier to prepare without distractions, it is definitely not smart to quit your job for it. At the end of […]

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Impact of personality on MBA students’ performance

September 15, 2019

Amritsar: A combined study was carried out by teaching faculty of premier management institutes on the role of personality and psychological capital on the academic performance of students in MBA setting. The study talks about impact of these elements on the performance of a management student. A study authored by Ranjeet Nambudiri, professor, IIM Indore; […]

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To create jobs, 3 skill development institutes on anvil in J&K, Ladakh

September 14, 2019

The Narendra Modi government is planning to open three skill development institutes in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh to tap the “technical, traditional and international” potential in the newly-bifurcated Union territories, a senior official in the ministry of skill development and entrepreneurship said on the condition of anonymity. The proposal is one among the several […]

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