Monthly Archives: October 2016

18 10, 2016

MBA: Personal Interview & GD Tips


The 2 monsters that you’ve to battle and triumph prior to getting admission in any business school are the group discussion (GD) and personal interview (PI) round. If you thought preparing for the entrance exam was the worst then you’re highly mistaken. GD and personal interview makes the entrance exam look like cherry pie

18 10, 2016

PGP in Management vs. PGP in Leadership


A lot of young guns out there who desperately want to pursue their post-graduation course are muddled about the field they want to gain expertise in. Also, educational institutions are coming up with innovative courses to mold the student into a ‘master of all trades’. The School of Inspired Leadership (SOIL) is one such

13 10, 2016

Executive MBA – Opportunity or Challenge


There are several types of people out there, a certain group believes that time synonyms life, you can’t make up for lost time. Physicists and astronomers have gone bonkers in finding a solution to stop time or travel back in time, but why all of this over here? It’s imperative for you to know

10 10, 2016

3 reasons why applying early to SOIL allows you to cut through the competition


Finally you’ve come to your senses. After all the years of troubling your parents, spending their money incessantly, you’ve decided to get off your posterior and go get a management degree. If you think that this means the battle is won, well, it hasn’t even started yet. There are a lot of people out

6 10, 2016

SOIL PGP- One year MBA inclusive of the Social Innovation Program


A master’s degree is often confused as a portal to a much better remuneration, if you thinking on these lines then you’re as mistaken as formals on a Friday. Top honchos cozying in their luxurious glass cabins are not fools to hire any tom, dick and harry with an MBA degree, even if you’re

5 10, 2016

The happening week | 2nd week of Second Trimester


The Self Starters batch entered into the 2nd week of their Second Trimester. The students are back with a bang as they got an opportunity to do their internships with some of the biggest names in the industry and finally term 1’s theories have had their applicability tested.

Section ‘A’ got a flavor of Cognitive Computing and Data Analytics