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DigiPivot, a Google sponsored program for up-skilling women, announces its second batch

DigiPivot, a Google sponsored program for up-skilling women, announces its second batch

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Andhra govt inks MoU with ISB to drive economic growth

Andhra govt inks MoU with ISB to drive economic growth

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Women Have Equal Capacity To Compete In Any Field: Sangita, MD Apollo Hospitals

"Women should "drive (do) something special" by realising their "equal capacity to compete" and internal "shakti" (power)", Sangita

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Nipping Inequality In The Bud

Women make excellent leaders, but not many are seen at the top. To fix that B-schools are encouraging more women in classrooms

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ISB Places Over 1000 Students With Average Package Of Rs 22 Lakh

Besides regular recruiters, there were several new companies such as Jones Lang LaSalle, Havells, Revigo, P&G, Lending kart, Reliance Jio, Mindtree Consulting, L’Oreal, Bain & Co and Roland Berger.

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Rise Of GRE Acceptance In Indian B-schools

GMAT quant is tougher than GRE, while GRE verbally is slightly more demanding. Depending on their strengths and weaknesses, this might help students decide in which exam they are likely to score higher

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By 2030 India To Have Largest Population Of Youth

President Pranab Mukherjee and Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar attend Indian School of Business' 15th anniversary

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Indian School of Business Sets Big Goals For Academic Excellence

Rajendra Srivastava, dean of ISB, talks about his priorities, programmes and policies to make the institution one of the best globally in business education

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Coursera Targets Non-English Speaking People With Poor Internet Connectivity

In a bustling coffee shop, Kabir Chadha, Coursera’s India Country Manager, a man with a mission, lays the online open learning company’s ambition for the country. “The ultimate goal is for a non-English speaking person with poor internet connectivity, accessing the site through a mobile phone, living in a tier-III city being able to get on Coursera,” he says.

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