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Career lessons from Bunty Aur Babli

Apki naukri mein na izzat hai, na mazaa hai aur na matlab (Your job has neither respect nor fun nor meaning),” declares the new tall, angry young man. A man whose father would like nothing more than a son who follows in his footsteps as a ticket collector. The young man is Abhishek Bachchan, giving voice to the hopes and ...

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BIM Talkies @ BIM, Trichy

Every once in a while, BIMites take time out of their hectic schedules to enjoy a night under the open sky. We go to BIM Talkies, our very own drive-in theatre where we watch movies sitting on bikes and car tops. And we make sure they are not silent movies… whistling and hooting is the way to enjoy a flick. ...

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Computer Animation

Computer Generated Imaging (CGI) has been used in many movies, it drastically cut down the costs of building impressive scenes and filming them. The line between 2D computer animation and classical is slowly blurring. Computers are now used to boost cell animation by doing tedious tasks like in-betweening, colouring and so on.. The Basic Work Two-dimensional COMPUTER animation that is ...

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Got the part-time MBA blues?

There are two kinds of MBA students — those for whom the course is a dearly loved wife, and those for whom it’s a secretly cherished mistress. The first kind are devoted to their course full-time. Getting this far involved a fairly long and hard battle (entrance tests, interviews, GDs!) against thousands of other suitors. Hence the object of their ...

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Where there is a coaching class, there is Hope!

There are two kinds of junta post CAT 2004: Those who feel deceived and those who feel relieved. In the first category lie those who slogged for months, mastering Vedic Mathematics shortcuts and agonising over their performance in SIM CATs. They prepared all they could. And then some more. Only to find the rules of the game cruelly altered. Hence ...

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The MBA Caste System

There are two kinds of MBA institutes in India — a handful from which you leave with a pedigree and the vast majority which offer just degrees. In the first category lie the IIMs, XLRI and, to a lesser extent, FMS and Bajaj — the institutions which pioneered the concept of management education at a time when the IAS was ...

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Is the IIM brand invincible?

There are two kinds of MBA providers in India: The institutes and the institutions. While practically every establishment calls itself an institute, only a handful can be called institutions. The original pioneers of management education were all institutions — no doubt aided by government generosity in land and resources, but also a founding vision. There was a detailed thought process ...

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The Truth about MBA cats & dogs

There are two kinds of folks who aim to clear the CAT — the ‘MBA nahin to kuch nahin’ and the ‘Kuch nahin to MBA.’ The first category discovered at an early age that M, B and A spelt the magic and politically correct answer to the inevitable question: “Beta aap bade hokar kya banna chahte ho?” The second took ...

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VidYuth an association by young social entrepreneurs.

Where majority of the youth today abide by the ‘I don’t care attitude’, here are a few students who want to make a difference and create social awareness. VidYuth is an organization which was established in November 2008 by Anshuman Sinha (the founder and initiator of VidYuth) along with his colleagues Somesh Kamra and Varun Verma, who assist him in ...

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