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How much does MBA increase your salary?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Jan 22, 2019 at 1:30 PM



A good MBA program is indeed an effective launching pad for any career aspirant.
In India, the average salary for an MBA graduate varies from 4 lakhs to 20 lakhs. There are broadly three tiers of B-Schools. The first tier B-Schools, that includes the best of IIM’s, SP Jain, MDI, XLRI etc., that offer salary range of Rs.10 to 20 lakhs. The second and third tier B. Schools offer salary range of 6 to 12 lakhs. ....

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What is MBA all about?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Jan 22, 2019 at 1:30 AM



MBA is a special program meant for anybody and everybody who is looking for special skills and knowledge to manage and lead any private, government, profit oriented and not for profit organizations.
Organizations of different sizes always have job openings from entry level to top levels. MBA programs equip ....

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MBA in India

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Jan 22, 2019 at 1:00 PM



India is one of few countries in the world offer variety of MBA programs in many formats. Every year 2.5 lac MBA aspirants appear for various entrance examinations to get MBA admissions.
There are more than 4000 B-Schools that offer MBA programs. Leading IIMs and top tier ....

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Types of MBA

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Jan 8, 2019 at 11:00 AM



MBA as a program comes with a very systematic curriculum architecture. Students of MBA normally learn fundamentals of management like Human Resources, Marketing, Financial Accounting, Operations Management, Organization Behaviour, Macro Economics in the first one or two terms. Later, based on the aptitude, students choose their ....

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What are the subjects in MBA?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Jan 2, 2019 at 6:00 PM



MBA comes with a pre-decided program architecture. This architecture sets the tone for the curriculum for students to pursue different courses. In most of the B-Schools in India, in the first two terms, general subjects like Perspective Management, Macro-Economics, Quantitative Techniques, Marketing Management, Organizational Behavior, Financial Accounting, and Operations Management are offered ....

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How can I get into MBA?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Dec 27, 2018 at 11:00 AM



Getting into MBA program involves a few simple steps but it demands a great amount of preparation and guidance to get into best of the B-Schools. All over the world, graduates are eligible to apply for MBA program. However, the world’s best B-Schools demand a good score of entrance test, work experience, letter of recommendations to ....

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What are the different fields in MBA?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Nov 19, 2018 at 11:00 AM



There are many fields in MBA that are offered by B-Schools ranging from traditional General Management to MBA in Entrepreneurship Management. Students can opt for fields such as General Management, Supply Chain, Finance, Data Analytics, General Marketing, Digital Marketing, Health Care Management, Actuarial Science, Information ....

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Is it worth to do MBA?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Dec 10, 2018 at 11:00 AM



MBA as a special program emerged in western countries in early 20th Century to enhance managerial skills of white collar employees. There was no formal program offered to senior level executives till 1900 to enhance decision making and project management skills. When it was felt that the need for senior executives who were managing team of fellow colleagues to achieve specific goals or milestones, a few thought leaders combined courses of different fields like accounting, ....

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Which is the best course in MBA?

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Nov 23, 2018 at 11:00 AM



MBA as a program comes with a very systematic curriculum architecture. Students of MBA specializations learn fundamentals of management like Human Resources, Marketing, Financial Accounting, Operations Management, Organization Behaviour, Macro Economics in the first one or two terms. Later, based on the aptitude, students choose their specializations such as Finance, Operations, IT, Marketing, HR, Digital Marketing, Data ....

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Making “Monday Blues” Pink

by Prof. Kusum Pawar

Posted on Nov 20, 2018 at 04:00 PM



Reporting managers dread receiving messages from their subordinates on a working Monday….wondering why????
The messages range from, “I have an ache in the stomach”, “I am under the weather”, “I have very important work at home” to “My uncle expired and I have to attend his funeral”. This hypothetical uncle has died so many times that I am tempted to ask….”Is your uncle a cat?” Why….because only cats are believed to have seven lives. Is this what we call .....

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Our Plastic Problems and Possible Solutions

by Prof. Zubin Sethna

Posted on Oct 29, 2018 at 11:00 AM



Government of Maharashtra state has banned, under Non-biodegradable Garbage Control Act (2006), use of plastic items that that are used for one time and then thrown away such as plastic bags and plastic spoons. Fines for violating this rule, are heavy. Rs 5,000 for offender for his / her first offence. Rs 10,000 for his ....

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Leadership Development

by Dr. Sharad Kumar

Posted on Oct 26, 2018 at 03:00 PM



The most researched areas in the human behaviour are Leadership and Motivation/Job Satisfaction. Most of the research papers published and a large number of PhDs. are produced around these constructs. I have clubbed the motivation and job satisfaction together because of their strong cause effect bindings, though which is the cause and which is the affect depends upon the person(s), situation and time. The academic research outcomes could not gain the acceptability with the corporates and industries mainly because of the purpose and intentions of the researchers. Most of the research undertaken by the academicians.....

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Dearth of opportunities in the mid-market space for lending / refinancing but few takers!

by Prof. Apurva Mehta

Posted on Oct 17, 2018 at 10:00 AM



I continue to interact with promoters across a cross section of industries who have the same story for a financial consulting professional
“I want to revive my company… however there is very little appetite to help me tide over the gap between funding the deficit versus cash flow positive accruals“!....

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Innovative pedagogy in management education

by Dr. Chidambaram Babu, Director

Posted on Oct 15, 2018 at 10:45 AM



The best teachers never go out and seek their feedback after the class. It comes to them in the forms of satiated smile from students. Teaching is a co-creation. No more monologue. A good professor should never act as a Chef cooking delicacy alone; rather he or she should act like a Symphony Conductor, tickling students’ interest to bring out their best contributions in the learning process; as how the Conductor brings the best out of every musician’s instrument.....

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GURUKUL –Education System redefined

by Dr. Sarita Vichore

Posted on Oct 17, 2018 at 10:00 AM



The job market is hot, since the placement activities seem to be surging at the campuses of IIT’s and IIMs’. A thought comes to the mind about the corporates lining up for students in these premier institutes as compared to the others which at times are infrastructurally more advanced than these....

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Global Warming

by Prof. Zubin Sethna

Posted on Oct 15, 2018 at 10:45 AM



Recently, Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) released its latest analysis of global warming problem. It said that decision taken by countries at a conference in Paris in December 2015, to limit increase in mean surface temperature of our planet to 1.5 degree centigrade, will result is less adverse environmental problems than adverse effects caused by a 2 degree increase. For example, by 2100, global sea level rise would be 10 cm lower with global ....

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International Day of Happiness

by Prof. Nilesh Deshpande

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:00 AM



International Day of Happiness
20th March is the Yearly International Day of Happiness. What is the International Day of Happiness? It’s a day to be happy, of course! Since 2013, the United Nations has celebrated the International Day of Happiness as a way to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world. So, how do you get happy? By resolving to be happy or learning to be happy? Probably both…. and that is a very important understanding, rarely discussed in MBA curriculas. The cartoon below is telling....

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Role of Statistical Decision Making in Process Improvement

by Dr. Sadhana Ghosh

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



I have been associated with teaching and training in process improvement. Statistical tools and techniques play very important role in the understanding of a process and assessing its performance with respect to the quality characteristic under study. Many of the organizations are looking for individuals trained in six sigma methodology for continuous process improvement. Many..

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Leadership in an era of uncertainty

by Dr. Sharad Kumar

Posted on April 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



“The significant problems we face cannot be solved by the same level of thinking that created them,” said Albert Einstien
Uncertainties are consistently posing the challenges in every walk of life. Every industry is facing periodic downturns of varying severity but the leaders with the vision and ingenuity take unconventional approaches to ...

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Role of a leader during crisis

by Dr. Beena Prakash

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



As markets are rapidly evolving and global influence has become more prominent, uncertainties have become part of life. Role of the leader becomes more relevant during such crisis. Uncertainties, in fact, presents the opportunity to further evolve for an organization. General tendency during the crisis is to focus on what worked ....

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Change leaders change adversity into advantage

by Dr. Sanchita Banerjee

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



A leader should value his people more, rather than valuing himself. As John Maxwell, in his book "Everyone Communicates, Few Connect" has written, "When we learn to turn our focus from ourselves to others, the whole world opens up to us."
For few people, leadership may be motivation, for some it may be an inspiration. Some people might accept others as leaders

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Leaders in making

by Dr. Sarita Vichore

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



Since DSIMS is determined to make leaders thru Management Education, it is but obvious that skilling the student through various initiatives captures the outcome. In this process of skilling, the Manager to be a leader some essential qualities that need to be inculcated through the life of the student in the campus is a necessity. The curriculum needs to include ....

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The birth of a leader (the leader’s nine months)

Prof. Anthony Colaco

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



It surprises me to no extent that hardly anything relevant pops up when you try to google “The Birth of a Leader”. No I am not looking out for more information on the eternal debate “Are leaders born or made?”. A lot has been discussed and debated on those lines.
But what I am definitely interested is in knowing how a leader is born. Yes, you got me right. How a leader is born? One thing that substantiates the question...

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Shared leadership-a journey towards shared future

Prof. Kusum Pawar

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



Groups of geese fly every year in the fall from Canada to the United States (they do so to escape the extremely cold weather in Canada during this time of the year). The flock of geese forms a V-shape pattern of flying, immediately after their take off, with one rotating goose in the center (as leader) and all the other geese following the leader in two close lines....

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Leadership weds listening

Prof. Pooja Goswami

Posted on May 12, 2018 at 10:45 AM



“One of the greatest skills any leader can master is becoming comfortable with silence.” -David Grossman.
Leaders understand that communication skills are important but what they miss is that they fail to understand that the rationale of communication is always two ways and this can be achieved through active Listening. For few, it may come naturally but for many they have to get married to listening skills...

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