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Understanding the GMAT story

While the GMAT structure is quite well-known to most test-takers, there is much more to the test than meets the eye. Understanding the nature of the test will help you get the right perspective for your preparation and practise with the right purpose. ... Read More


Try and become life's best student

Says PRIYA KUMAR, motivational speaker, corporate trainer, columnist, radio jockey and author. Kumar has been awarded the Woman Leader in India, writer's category. A tete-a-tete with Alolika Banerjee. ... Read More


How to evaluate your first SimCAT performance

Your first SIMCAT is neither an engineering exam nor a blood test. So what is it and how should you evaluate your performance? IMS Chief Mentor, Pune Region, Tony Xavier shows how best to analyse this test. ... Read More


• Managers Not MBAs
• The Sellout
• The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian
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Count DOWN

10 Indian tech start-ups and their investors

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An MBA is essential to jumpstart a career

Feels PANKAJ RAHUL SINGH, Co-founder at TSD Corp. In a conversation with Alolika Banerjee, this IIM-Bangalore dropout with a passion for games, shares his journey of how he actualised his dream of opening a venture in sports. ... Read More


News in brief

Mumbai is the second most crowded city in the world: WEF Report - Mumbai and Kota have been named among the world's most crowded, in a list of cities, which has been topped by Dhaka, said World Economic Forum (WEF) citing UN Habitat data. ... Read More

Corporate WORLD

US and climate change: Expecting the unexpected?

The US has backed out of the Paris Climate Accord, as promised by President Donald Trump, purportedly to protect its own economy. However, how this affects emerging economies like China and India remains to be seen. ... Read More

The big, fat telecom bailout: What's at stake?

Non performing assets have been piling up in the telecom sector. The only way forward appears to be a bailout package, which the telecom players are demanding. Banks too support a bailout, as it will reduce their NPA count further. ... Read More

Change of guard at GE: A new era dawns

GE will get a new CEO in John Flannery, who will succeed Jeff Immelt in August. While shareholders are unhappy and the company was apparently not doing well, it can be argued that Immelt did the best with what he got, and his achievements were substantial. ... Read More

Study HOUR

Word Dose

Ours was the marsh country, down by the river, within, as the river wound, twenty miles of the sea. My first most vivid and broad impression of the identity of things, seems to me to have been gained on a memorable raw afternoon towards evening. ... Read More


A quiz to boost your General Knowledge ... Read More