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IIM-A’S SRISTI established the national awards for innovative projects in engineering, pharmacy, science and applied technologies
THE HINDU IIM-A’S SRISTI established the national awards for innovative projects in engineering, pharmacy, science and applied technologies

IIM-A acknowledges young tech innovators

The social initiative arm of India’s top business school IIM Ahmedabad - the Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI) - recently organise... »

INSEEC launches MBA in Spirits Management

The Bordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI), part of the France-based INSEEC group, recently launched an MBA programme in Spirits Marketing & Management.The first batch of... »

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“The human brain is incapable of conceptualisingsomething vastly different from what the situation is today. But the biggest-money ideas are those where the
changes are far beyond what you can conceive today.” - LISA RAPUANO

Mind your language!

It’s no secret anymore – to be healthy in body-mind-spirit, you need a balanced diet, regular exercise, sufficient sleep, a decent amount of water and, yes, inspirational thoughts. Even if... »

Farewell, for now

On December 3, 2012, Business Line launched Business Line on Campus, a newspaper meant to satisfy the information needs of India’s well-informed, globally-aware college students and t... »

Top B-schools slug it out in Falcon case

Our case on Falcon Motors addressed an important talent management-related issue faced by various mid-sized companies which are going through a transition from being traditionally-run to contempor... »

IIM Raipur awards diploma to 98 students

Clad in their graduation robes, the third batch of 98 PGP students at IIM Raipur recently received diplomas at the institute’s convocation ceremony. The diplomas were awarded by Sunil Kant... »

‘There is more accountability in the political discourse now’

Soumen Biswas Do you see the coming polls to be good for the economy and jobs? If not, why? Students of Loyola Institute of Business Administration, Chennai, share their views. I feel there is a le... »

MBA: A strategic choice?

The CAT 2014 results are out. What hasn’t changed is the hue and cry around this event, which is the same we saw a year ago. But what is always in flux is the pattern of the CAT itself. So... »

Who are the youth going to vote for?

The choice of prime ministerial candidate will be the biggest influence on the electoral decisions of college students.This was the key finding in a recent survey carried out by Kaybase,... »

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The key to making money in stocks is not to get scared out of them. — Peter Lynch

Focus on ethics and credibility, IIMK’s graduating batch told

Chief guest Ranjana Kumar (middle), Chitra Ramakrishna (left), Onkar Singh Kanwar and A.C. Muthiah pose with the graduating students on the 16th Annual Convocation of IIMK on Saturday -- K. Ragesh

As over 600 graduating students of the Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK) prepare to face life outside the institution, the simple advice of their chief guest at the 16th Annu... »

XLRI honours Arundhati Bhattacharya at convocation

Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairman, SBI receives ‘Sir Jehangir Ghandy Medal for Social and Industrial Peace’ from H M Nerurkar, Chairman, Board of Governors, XLRI and Fr. E Abraham S.J., Director of XLRI at XLRI’s 58th Annual Convocation Generally spotted in sweatshirts and pajamas, students at XLRI Jamshedpur were looking smart on Saturday, as they donned hats and gowns to receive their diplomas at the B-school’s convocation cere... »

India must raise its knowledge capital, says economist R. Radhakrishna

R. Radhakrishna, economist and Chairman and Professor at the Centre for Economic and Social Studies. Since basic research is a public good, government funding for basic research is important, said R. Radhakrishna, economist and Chairman and Professor at the Centre for Economic and Social Studies,... »

ISB team to compete for Hult Prize

THE NANOHEALTH TEAM from ISB will launch a pilot project soon to establish the validity of its proposal. A team of five students of Indian School of Business (ISB) here has made it to the finals of the global social enterprise contest, Hult Prize Competition 2014, and stands a chance to win seed capi... »

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IIM-L confers diplomas on 658 students

More MBAs turn tech-preneurs, still few in numbers: GMAC study

Retain values, integrity, L&T’s Naik tells IIM-Trichy students

‘Manipal, TAPMI brands are getting noticed’

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IIM-Trichy set to get spanking new ₹550 cr 172-acre campus

MDI’s average pay package rises 15% to ₹14.74 lakh

RATIONALE

Accurate analysis

Most of the students who entered the contest could identify and address the key issues in the case. Selecting a winner wasn’t an easy task; it is after careful review that we have chosen the entry... »

BizWiz

Pride against prejudices

On December 11, 2013, another instance proved that we are still living with our prejudices intact. That was the day when the Supreme Court declared same sex punishable under Section 377 of the In... »

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“I never attempt to make money on the stock
market. I buy on the assumption that they could
close the market the next day and not reopen it
for five years.” — Warren Buffett

Past and present meld in historic Colombo

The Del Mel Building where the music video for the British rock band Duran Duran’s famous song Hungry Like a Wolf was filmed in its Pagoda Tea Room restaurant, once the haunt of the city’s elite. As we taxied into Colombo’s Bandaranaike International Airport at an unearthly hour, I couldn’t help being baffled by the fact that an international flight had lasted a mere hour, m... »

Bizwiz

Dealing with a friend who ignores you

I have a friend who is fine with me when we meet each other one-to-one or when we talk on the telephone. In company or in social situations, she says hello to me but stays away... »

Anna Univ’s ‘Viyugam’ has students in strategic battles

A TEAM presenting a paper during ‘Showcase’. Anna University’s Department of Management Studies hosted Viyugam: A strategic battle, a national-level management fest, on Friday at its campus. Formerly known as Ethos, the event h... »

Journalism students join global online rolling news relay

Students from the Asian College of Journalism (ACJ), Chennai, will be teaming up with their counterparts from around the world to produce 12 hours of continuous news on March 27. The Glob... »

Dharwad farm university explores research pact with Australian centre

In an effort to promote quality research and mobilise funds the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad (UAS-D) is exploring international collaborations with foreign organisations and U... »

Great job profiles trump low packages

Why there should be no placements in B-schools

IIM-C, Canadian B-school partner to write, publish case studies

122 awarded diplomas at IIM-Rohtak; placements conclude

Exam weight-gain? Not me!

Bizwiz

IIM-B, Toulouse Business School to offer MBA in Aerospace

CASE STUDY

Can top MBAs aid the flight of the Falcon?

Senior management at major motorcycle maker Falcon wonder if trainee managers will help transform the company »
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