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Tips to Teach Business Education Online

Using these techniques can not only ensure continuity of learning but also make classes engaging and stimulating With the massive disruption caused by the Coronavirus, there is an increased discussion on the use of online learning, as an integral plan for most universities and business schools. The need of the hour is a strong instructional planning guide that individual instructors …

The Golden Circle-How Great Leaders Inspire Action

According to me, I think that motivation is like an internal fire which is ignited when the spark met with the experimental fuel of some successful person and that fire keeps us passing it to the next generation. With that spark, I watch an 18 minute and half powerful video on YouTube by a great business leader Simon Sinek who …

How a 13-year Old Changed ‘Impossible’ to ‘I’m Possible’

We at JIM have a regular practice of watching and discussing about the TED TALK VIDEOS as a part of our timetable, this time the video that was shown to us was given by a 13-year-old small by,Sparsh Shah, who is suffering from Osteogenesis Imperfecta since he was born. The boy told that he has multiple screws and rods were …

Moving the Tata Group Beyond India

Being an MBA student, it is a mandate for all of us to be constantly motivated, our institute makes sure that all of us are constantly motivated especially in times like these. Our Institute organizes “Ted Talk” lectures every Saturday. Each talk motivates us, by listening to the stalwarts of the industries that we aspire to get in. Today I …

Relevance of Teachers’ Training

Frontiers of knowledge are vast, infinite and endless. They are somewhat like the horizon which appears close, but as you move towards it, it leaps several miles ahead of you. You keep repeating this process and the real horizon (It does not exist and is only an optical illusion) will continue to elude you. You stand on a beach with ...

Teacher and new-age teaching

The year 2020 is proving to be a watershed, an inflexion point in the lives of the entire mankind in all areas of human endeavour and activities. Suddenly an invisible tiny monster appears from nowhere and brings the entire humanity to its knees. Everything stops and everyone is pushed indoors, and waits for some signs of that monster relenting in ...

Redefine Education

One of the most profound statements that we hear especially from the Educationists the world over, refers to "Education" as the most powerful means of empowerment. In simple words, it should mean that an individual after getting educated, is in a position to lead a meaningful and a productive life, and is fully equipped to face and indeed, solve all ...

PARENTING – TODAY

These are very unusual times. Something of this kind had not happened in the living memories of the last 2-3 generations. Situations both outside the homes and inside, are vastly different from the usual. Strangely, nothing much is happening outside. Roads are nearly empty, all public places that in ordinary course attracted thousands of people from all age groups are ...

Home Sweet Home

Suddenly, the space for our movement has been restricted to a few square meters within the confines of four walls, we call our home. Ordinarily, we would not resent our inability, or lack of desire to move out of our home, but this is different. Fear of the law (to a lesser degree), and the threat to our life has …

Fear Today

Any phenomenon or a disease that assumes pandemic proportions generates huge levels of fear affecting every resident of our planet. Ironically, its microscopic dimensions, invisibility and parasitical character makes it extremely dangerous. It draws its destructive power from the host it infects, multiplies, and in a short period of time damages several of the host’s vital organs by reducing the …

Can Fiscal Deficit be contained at 3.5 per cent in 2020-2021?

Fiscal deficit, i.e. exactly equal to the borrowing and other liabilities, is a concern for the Indian economy since independence. During 1970s and 1980s, most portion of the fiscal deficit (known as ‘Budget Deficit’) was automatically financed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) through issuance of ad-hoc treasury bill. This automatically led to money supply growth and inflationary situation …

BUDGET 2020: INCEPTION AND HIGHLIGHTS

The Union Budget is the blueprint of the Government’s revenue and expenditure for a fiscal year, starting from 1st April of one year to 31st March of the following year. Every year on the 1st of February, the Finance Minister announces the Union Budget so that it can be materialized before the start of a new financial year. It is …

Growth Trajectory of Indian Economy in the Past Three Decade

Indian economy has seen a paradigm shift from state centric economy (Nehru – Mahalanobis Model) to a market centric economy (Rao – Manmohan Model) since the year 1991. It moved from closed economy to open economy, less FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) of around 40% to FDI of 100% in many sectors, high deficits to controlled deficits, administered rate of interest …

Do Institute Rankings Really Matter For MBA?

Selecting the right institute for MBA program is a very complex task. As there are various factorsneed to consider while a MBA aspirant choose the right MBA institutes. There are several organizations and magazines – such as the Outlook, Business world, AKTU Institute ranking, India Today – that rank MBA programs using a variety of metrics. Institutes might be assessed …