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41 Dos and Don’ts for CAT takers

The time has come. There’s less than a month left for the CAT now, and the countdown has truly begun. In this article, we bring to you a list of tips that you need to follow in order to make the most of your CAT. ... Read More


In the journey of life, don’t be afraid to fail

...Says, MEHUL GUPTA, Co-founder & Director, SoCheers, a digital marketing agency. This Narsee Monjee alumnus shares with Alolika Banerjee, how his entrepreneurial dreams took shape right from his B-school days. ... Read More

Count DOWN

Top 10 Risks businesses fear the most

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Success STREET

We look for out-of-the-box thinkers

Says, ASHUTOSH DUTT, Chairperson, Admissions, MICA. He talks about management studies, the qualities MICA looks for in candidates and how the premier B-school prepares them for the corporate life ahead. ... Read More


News in brief

India receives first GE locomotive under $2.5 billion deal General Electric’s first diesel-electric locomotives have arrived in India, and this officially kicks off the US conglomerate’s $2.5 billion plan to supply 1,000 such engines. ... Read More


• A Child Called ‘It’
• The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
• The Girl on the Train
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Corporate WORLD

Right to Privacy – What the future holds?

Supreme Court’s decision to hold Right to Privacy as a Fundamental Right is a judgment that will have far-reaching implications. Let’s find out if this ruling will mould the evolution of laws and rights around privacy in ways that we are currently in no position to foresee. ... Read More

Indian Economy: Report Card 2017

The NDA government will come up for re-election in 2019, which is barely 16 months away. At this crucial juncture when speculations are rife about the competency of the current government, let’s analyse the economic fabric of our country. ... Read More

India’s education sector: A critical analysis

A number of issues are brewing in India’s education sector. Be it primary, secondary or post secondary segments, let’s take a look at how the government is out to revamp the many age-old practices and revitalise the country’s education sector. ... Read More

Study HOUR

Word Dose

Now she was a modestly and poorly-dressed young girl, very young, indeed, almost like a child, with a modest and refined manner, with a candid but somewhat frightened-looking face. She was wearing a very plain indoor dress, and had on a shabby old-fashioned hat, but she still carried a parasol. ... Read More


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