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Undergrad Programme in Business Management from Germany

International skills A Bachelor in International Management at ISM, Germany, enables students to face the challenges of today’s international work environment. Managers in international business are particularly challenged to be able to fulfill a wide variety of tasks. In addition to having the ability to successfully present a company in regional locations around the globe, international business managers must be ...

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The so called engineering

When searched for the meaning Wiki says “Engineering is the application of scientific , economic, social, and practical knowledge in order to design , build, maintain, and improve structures, machines, devices, systems, materials and processes” While in Tamil Nadu or maybe in South India it differs from one another. Either Best selling “5 point someone” or the blockbuster “3 idiots” ...

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Bursting your CA bubble

Here are some FAQS for better understanding of what CA is all about: Recession has hit the market really hard. This has greatly affected MBAs around the globe. Have you observed any effects of recession in your field too?  Not really. After clearing the final exam, CAs quickly get absorbed by the Industry. Having high skills in finance, accounting law ...

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NGOs- Touching lives and beyond

It’s a time when most of us 20 something olds are fretting about our career choices, the what and how about of it. Digressing from the familiar set of options in career making always available in the Indian markets, Social sector/NGOs now have quite a fan following among students. Here are 5 reasons why a career in Social Work is ...

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Doctor or engineer? Which has more money and demand?

There are two kinds of doctors in the world: those who see it as a career requiring selfless dedication and those who see it as a job that involves prescribing medication. The first kind is becoming a rare, dwindling species, serving in the few large public hospitals which mostly treat the poor and needy. The stipend that interns earn at ...

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Why India needs feminism

Lately feminism has turned into a negative word and it has weirdly enough┬ábecome somewhat synonymous with hating men, but that’s not what feminism is. Feminism in it’s entirety means “equal rights for women and men, equal status, rights and opportunities for both the genders.” And feminism doesn’t just affect women, it affects men too. Not just India, but the world ...

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Is UK a great destination to study?

For scores of┬áIndian students wanting to pursue a higher education overseas the second most preferred choice happens to be UK. But currently due to some stringent new visa rules, the once popular┬ádestination has taken a hit. UKÔÇÖs top notch and prestigious universities like Oxford and Cambridge still manage to attract academic talent even from America. The international student population from ...

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Life of an engineering student in a “3rd tier” college

You don’t have to study much after you join a college they said. After 1 year of frequent unit and revision tests I entered my college with so much of expectations that gets fed during the last months of school days. I imagined that my college life would be like what they show in movies and tv shows. Bunking classes, ...

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Career: Is IIT, IIM about the good life?

‘Career queries’ like this one really bug me. “… I am expecting an admission in IIT for computer science or mathematics.At the same time I am also getting an admission in IISc for BS. In future I want to do MBA from a good university. I want to work as a investment banker. I am very confused which option would ...

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The MBA dream

Last week, me and my friends were sitting down at a local joint sipping hot coffee and munching biscuits and all of a sudden started this conversation on what to do in life and how to settle on a career. One of my friends suggested Chartered Accountancy as a priority since we were all commerce students and fair enough we ...

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