Career & Education
Set amidst the vast expanses of Delhi University, the red building of Faculty of Management Studies stands out with regards to its one of a kind, popular canteen and distinct lawn. It has cut out a distinguished figure among the B-School fraternity. Founded in 1954, it was the first Indian institute to provide Management expertise to budding managers.
The day generally starts at 6:30 AM. It is difficult to get out of the cozy embrace of the blanket and take a hot shower. The morning begins with the hustle and bustle which includes getting ready for the classes and running down from your accommodation as you manage your hot breakfast while the horn of the bus crisply starts your day. A nap in the bus can give your red eyes the much-needed rest. But a quick revision of the upcoming case study will help you perform well.
With the changing time and evolving work ecosystems, the skill-sets required yesterday seem to be on the shelf today. Industry has witnessed disruptive changes in the recent years making the learnings of the past inadequate if not irrelevant.
You may be familiar with names like Vikramjit Banerjee (Additional Solicitor General of India), Justice S. Sunil Dutt Yadav (Judge, High Court of Karnataka), Avi Prasad (IPS Officer), Chakravarti Singh Rathore (IAS Officer), Dorj Odbayar (Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Mongolia)- these personalities are just a few of the many that the National Law Universities of India has produced.
“I started to prepare for MBA entrance exams right after completing my 11th standard. With so much competition and considering myself as an average scorer, I thought that was the need. Now here I am, from Indore to Delhi, seeking admission in a decent B-school.
“The advantage of a PGDM in E-business lies in unique career paths and earning power. There is no doubt that a graduate with PGDM in E-Business will be much better suited and therefore in much more demand than the regular PGDM graduates given the rapid pace at which technology is seeping into our daily lives, causing digital disruptions in all walks of life.”