With his year-long programme drawing to a close one blogger reflects on the past months and describes them as an adventurous ride
A course on creating and managing new ventures proved to be very interesting for one blogger. Being an entrepreneur he discovered is no easy task
When choosing a business school the rankings are a good starting point
After a term away on a management internship one blogger has returned to campus to find it abuzz with activities.
One of the most appealing and interesting components in our course curriculum here at IIM Calcutta is the ‘Being a CEO’ leadership talk series. The objective of this series is to facilitate interaction of the students with top executives who have managed large organisations and have a zillion experiences to share on leadership, people management, policies and regulations, and numerous other real issues they deal with day in and day out.
Applying lessons from the classroom to real-life situations can help MBA students understand “the nuts and bolts” of a company’s strategy
An MBA student gives tips for would-be business school students and urges applicants to believe in themselves
Although the academic workload at an IIM is a heavy one, nevertheless there are plenty of opportunities for fun and relaxation
Knowing what you want to do once you graduate and working towards that goal while you are still on the MBA programme can help you in your pursuit of a dream job
“It’s not the load that breaks you down; it’s the way you carry it.” – Lena Horne
It has only been two weeks at IIM Calcutta and it already feels like ages. What a whirlwind journey it has been so far – orientation, assignments, pre-readings, group projects, presentations, surprise quizzes and what not. These few days have been enough to reinforce the fact that the full time PGPex (Post Graduate Program for experienced executives) is not for the faint-hearted.
Students from several of the Indian Institutes of Management have got together to create an unofficial inter-school networking event.
After I received admission to the one-year full-time residential MBA programme (PGPex), my joy knew no bounds.