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Five Reasons That Make India’s IIM-Ahmedabad, the World’s Most Selective MBA College

Ahmedabad’s biggest claim to world fame has to be the Indian Institute of Management nesting in the city. For years ranking as India’s best MBA College in all possible surveys, IIM-Ahmedabad is to Asia, what Stanford or Harvard is to the US, a brand name to reckon with. The college holds a unique distinction, the […]

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Indian School of Business: Leading the India Story of World-Class Management Education

Indian School of Business or ISB as it is more popularly known is India’s story of coming out of age in world class education. Though the baton is still held by the Indian Institutes of Management, which also rank among the top business schools and churn out global managers with astounding pay packages, ISB has […]

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EXECUTIVE MBA IN INDIA

Executive MBA is fast gaining popularity not only in countries abroad but also in our own country, India. Executive MBA is an MBA program designed for people in managerial positions who feel the need for additional education to increase their managerial skills. These programs need five to more years of managerial experience as supervisors. These […]

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My first day at the Red McCombs School of Business

July 30th, 8AM: Here I was, standing in front of the big statue – the Family Group – at the Red McCombs School of Business, impatiently searching through the emails on my phone to find the venue of my first class of Bootcamp – Quant. As I entered the building, it did not feel at […]

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MISB Bocconi – Everything Like SDA Bocconi, From the Heart of Mumbai

Italy’s top global B-School SDA Bocconi started its two-year MBA programme at Mumbai International School of Business Bocconi (MISB) in Mumbai this July. SDA Bocconi is one of the leading universities in the field of economics and management and among the top 10 European B-schools according to the Financial Times rankings. We have been getting […]

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Spotlight On IIT Kharagpur, India

111th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable For Entrepreneurs: Spotlight On IIT Kharagpur, India Today’s roundtable was jointly organized by the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT KGP) and the 1M/1M program as part of the former’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit organized by the student-run e-cell. For the uninitiated, IIT KGP is considered one of the top technology schools […]

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Beyond The MBA Hype!

We got our hands on one of the latest books in the market which gives a different perspective to MBA education. Beyond The MBA Hype: A Guide To Understanding And Surviving B-Schools is a guide that dissects every aspect of an international MBA in a candid manner to help aspirants begin their MBA journey with renewed […]

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Are You Fundable?

115th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable For Entrepreneurs: Are You Fundable? Today’s roundtable had a couple of interesting businesses, but before I get to them, I want to underscore thatentrepreneurs MUST gauge fundability before assuming that they can build their businesses by raising money. We’re getting this question constantly: Can 1M/1M help us raise money? This short video addresses that question: Click […]

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114th 1M/1M Strategy Roundtable For Entrepreneurs: YCombinator vs. 1M/1M

Today’s roundtable, as usual, was an international affair, with entrepreneurs presenting from different parts of the US, India, Israel, and many other geographies. Before I share what we heard from them today, I want to highlight an important aspect of 1M/1M that is repeatedly underscored in these roundtables: the international, inclusive, democratic nature of the […]

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India’s Top 5 Favorite Specializations

One time, while describing the different countries I’ve been to on official business, a friend asked me what India is like. Without batting an eyelash, I said, “There’s nothing quite like India.” Yes,India is difficult to describe. How can one describe the Taj Mahal without making it mundane and ordinary, which it is not? How […]

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