One of the best people I’ve interacted with till date, Pranay is as warm as he’s cool. The music fans, do read this one! When I approached him, not only was he more than excited to recount his life as an MITian, but also gave us plenty of insight into … Continue Reading
College is a roller coaster experience– one that a major proportion of your personality bases itself on, that ties you to people you would eventually call your own; one that is extremely diverse and imperative in itself. College is the pathway to that extremely proud and overwhelming moment when your … Continue Reading
Here is an article exclusively about CAT, with basic rules as well as an interview of FAQs answered by Shubham Pansari, alumni of MIT who is currently pursuing his MBA from IIM-A.
- Interested applicants must hold a genuine bachelor’s degree in any discipline and must have secured minimum 50%
XAT is an aptitude test that helps you secure a seat in one of the esteemed B-Schools in India: XLRI. Here’s everything you need, from tips and tricks, to the FAQs answered by one of our alumni who recently got into this B-School.
- The candidates should be graduates in
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has not defined any specific eligibility criteria for taking the test. However, basic eligibility demands the following:
- Graduate in any stream from a recognised institute/university.
- The candidate must be above 18 years of age. No upper age limit.
Further, different institutes have different … Continue Reading
And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it
This is true of Neelank Sachan, who is extremely passionate about Graphic Design. While he set out to study Engineering in Manipal, little did he know of the opportunities life would open up for him. … Continue Reading
It’s been nearly 4 months since I moved out of my hostel and into an apartment. A lot of students go through this logistic conundrum and discuss endlessly the pros and cons of moving into an apartment. How has it turned out for me? Pretty good, actually. I did have … Continue Reading
You’ve seen how Akshat Singh(follow Part 1:) made the struggle between classwork and passion a regular part of his college life.
Here’s Ipshitha Gupta’s account on the various activities she indulged in, and how she manged academics just fine. Manipal successfully transformed her into the kind … Continue Reading
The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.
More often than not, we are born with extraordinary skills. Not all these skills involve being gifted with numbers, or having the ability to mug up a subject overnight. Sometimes, these might also come in the form of excellent skills … Continue Reading