INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT BANGALORE
Tabrez Ansari's death: IIM-B staff, students write to PM seeking fresh probe
The police have allegedly diluted the charges from murder to culpable homicide following medical and forensic reports which said Ansari died of cardiac arrest while in custody.
Indian business is going through cleansing and purging: Uday Kotak
We are going through a cleansing and a purging process. Business in India ...
Consulting companies keep the show going at B-school summers
At XLRI, there has been a 37% increase in summer internship offers from consulti...
In two days, 302 placement offers made at IIT-Guwahati
Monday was the second day of campus recruitment and the premier institute has received offers from companies to the likes of Microsoft (19 offers), Uber, Goldman Sachs (9 offers), JPMC (9 offers), IBM, Nutanix, American Express, Quadeye, Oracle (14 offers), Bajaj, Google, etc.
For foreign degree, Indians can go anywhere
The overseas affairs ministry, which recently shared the data on Indians studying in various corners of the world, found that the total number of students who have travelled out for a foreign education rose from 5.7 lakh students in 2016 to over 8 lakh in 2018. The numbers, though, could be higher as data from several countries was being compiled when the statistics were provided.
Chandrayaan-2 not end of story, another landing attempt in near future: ISRO chief
ISRO will attempt another soft landing "in the near future", the space agency's chief K Sivan said.
LinkedIn’s India user base up 24% in a year to 62 million
India has cemented its position as the second largest market for LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned professional-networking firm, with a 24% jump in its Indian user base in the past one year, taking the total to over 62 million users, second only to US.
IIM Bangalore suggests Japanese auction model for tea e-auction in India
IIM Bangalore has also recommended arranging separate marketing channel for small buyers and standardisation of packaging.
How data privacy could be a competitive advantage towards customer trust
The trust customers once gave, almost blindly, to brands and institutions has been slipping away for some time. They now demand something else: transparency of data associated with products and services.
IIT Guwahati and IISc Bangalore collaborate to study breast cancer
Researchers from IIT Guwahati and IISc Bangalore collaborate for an experimental model to study how breast cancer cells spread through blood to other parts of the body
Want to be an MBA? Why not electrician?
Would you like to be a low-paid MBA or a better-paid electrician? India's answer is clear, and that's a problem.
IIM Calcutta wraps up summer placements for 480 students
An estimated 136 cos offered nearly 200 roles to the class of 2021. Several students exercised "Dream" options that allowed them to get multiple offers from top firms. Finance & Consulting firms accounted for 43.2% of total offers.
Warehousing sector gets investment of Rs 25,000 cr since 2017; figure may touch Rs 49,500 cr by 2021
The industrial and warehousing sector in India has attracted significant investor interest since 2017 led by robust demand from e-commerce and other consumer-led occupiers.
Finance Ministry declines to share Swiss bank accounts details of Indians citing confidentiality
"Information exchanged under such tax agreements is covered under confidentiality provisions of respective agreements. Thus, disclosure of tax related information and information sought/obtained from foreign governments is exempted under section 8 (1) (a) and 8 (1) (f) of the Right to Information (RTI) Act," FinMin said in response to an RTI application.
PE funds pump $3.8 billion into Indian real estate
Foreign private equity funds continued to dominate the real estate investment scene.
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