23rd Mar, 2017
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How to remain relevant for today’s tech savvy students?

Till a few years ago, classrooms were a place where the teacher taught and the students learnt. But, today with the advent of internet and smartphones, information is no longer a one-way street. Today, every bit of information gained in a library can be accessed with just a click. For these tech-savvy students, smartphones are […]

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15th Mar, 2017
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Should corporates invest in employee education?

Corporates investing in the continuing education of their employees is not a new phenomenon. However, the questions loom large over its viability proposition considering the cost of education, time constraints and attrition levels. On the other hand, the interplay of low employee retention rates, high costs of hiring with the benefits of attracting and engaging […]

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12th Oct, 2015
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Know Your Guru

Our upcoming Guru Talk is on a fascinating topic: ‘Is Media Becoming Too Powerful?’ You’ll find large sections of people saying yes, an equally big number saying nay and then some would say, ‘Well, they’ve always been powerful’. As usual, there’s truth in each statement. In essence, we need to examine the topic carefully. Media […]

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23rd Jul, 2015
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Interactions help faculty improve sessions

Faculty Speak: In this section, we shift the spotlight on our faculty as they share their online teaching experience. Arun Bhattachrya, who teaches Industrial Marketing at Pondicherry University, has 17 years of corporate experience in managing design and marketing efforts related to systems, products and services. He is currently pursuing doctoral studies from Indian Institute […]

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23rd Jul, 2015
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Online teaching's tough, but fun nonetheless

Faculty Speak: Online learning takes a getting used to. Our faculty share their online teaching experience. Our faculty in focus this time is Sirish Kumar Gouda, a doctoral candidate at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. He teaches Logistics and Supply Chain Management. How has your online teaching experience been so far? This is completely new for […]

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9th Jul, 2015
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Know Your Guru – Harish Devarajan

Harish has more than 29 years of experience in the corporate and consulting sectors. He has worked in different roles across functions and has been involved in the management, review and launch of various HR processes, policies and systems. If you haven’t registered for the talk yet, register now! On Guru Talk this Sunday, March […]

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11th Nov, 2014
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Know Your Guru – Dr Aditya Sondhi

About Know Your Guru: We know you look forward to the Guru Talk sessions where academicians, industry experts, speak about a chosen topic and hold a discussion. Each month, just before the Guru Talk, we will bring to you a quick insight into the Guru’s life, little nuggets of info that will reveal (or at […]

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28th Oct, 2014
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Backlinks: Building credibility & relevance

As the fourth post in the series, I felt it will be good to do a recap of the topics we have touched upon before I move to today’s topic – backlinks. Starting off with online marketing why it’s important to nose diving into SEO and the important items within it like keywords and backlinks, […]

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14th Oct, 2014
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Leading Indian University creates new benchmarks in online higher education

The University, with over two decades of academic excellence in management education, and counted among top 20 universities in India was looking at enhancing the brand positioning of its distance education programs in the fast growing continuing education market. The university came to a conclusion that online program delivery would not only help improve learning […]

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10th Oct, 2014
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5 Tips to Ward Off Suicidal Thoughts

“One person commits suicide every 40 seconds,” a UN report says. Suicide is almost always avoidable.  And today, on World Anti-Suicide Day, we can surely read reports on the numbers and how grim the situation is, but the need of the hour is to focus on how we can prevent thoughts of suicides turning into […]

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