Sunday, December 12, 2010

Meeting Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Prof Ashok Rao!

It was indeed a pleasure to speak to Paranjoy Guha Thakurta - an independent journalist and an educator with over 33 years of work in different media: print, radio, television and documentary cinema; yesterday for over a hour and a half at the IIMB! He is such a down to earth man and yet such a deep thinker! Blood & Iron is an extremely courageous movie - Bravo Sir! Inspiring...

The day before (Friday), the first public screening of his movie Blood & Iron at IIMB auditorium left a lasting impression on me. It is a deeply disturbing/heart-wrenching movie on the nexus between criminals, politicians, and businesses; it makes your blood boil because as if they (the mining mafia) are running a republic of their own and no one can do anything at all, the system is helpless. Our national resources are being rapaciously plundered without any second thought. The ecological devastation, economic harm, social injustice/exploitation and national fallout is of a degree just too high for us to ignore!


In the evening met or was lectured by another radical and inspiring professor, Prof Ashok Rao (IIT, IISc) at IIM Bangalore. His view though radical I was able to relate to most of them due to some overlap in my thoughts, philosophy and lifestyle!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

The Enlightened Leadership

Is the B School all about business, money and management? NO. Last weekend was an example. We had a workshop on Enlightened Leadership. It was about changing ourselves. It was all about, with the help of eastern & ancient philosophy and positive psychology to self transform, motivate others and become true leaders!

Drawn on various un conventional thoughts derived from Indian & Buddhist tradition, it was conducted by Mr. Sanjeeb Patra, an IIM Calcutta alumnus and Director, HSBC. The session was interesting since, whatever concepts were discussed during the session were backed by his own personal experiences during his 18+ years stint at HSBC.

With the fast moving world, most of us falls in a mechanistic mode or rather a in-different, unmotivated mode. As leaders or managers, this is the most un acceptable thing and the workshop touched on all aspects of it. Backed by examples from solid research from world's leading universities, Mr. Sanjeeb gave some interesting tips and tricks.

Some of the areas that were discussed during the one day session were:

- Happiness and skillful ways of living life
- Developing mind strength/control and the benefits of meditation
- Motivating others and team members

The session also briefly touched on Hindu and Buddhist philosophy to tackle some of the most important  questions of life. It was not about philosophy, but more of what can be applied in a day to day basis for a more happier life!

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

six months as a PGSEMer...

A Long journey well begun..OK … Well! let me say at least began :).

Though I have been an active sport, off late I have been wondering if I ever participated in anything as mammoth as current. (The Trinity of Professional – Professional - Personal)
Asian games might have just ended, our game doesn’t. I am in the middle of a Decathlon in which only the first two legs have ended while quite a few more to go. What has gone by has been unprecedented, at least to me (may be for 75 of us here). Incidentally, there has been no single minute of the two events, which stopped anywhere short from being surprising, challenging and changing.

The demand is always on a high and the supply nowhere near it..Hence, the equilibrium always on a deficit. If I think that is only for me, then I am wrong, the aggregate supply follows suit. Every time, the semester starts the Marginal Productivity of our brains is high but what follows, follows the law of diminishing marginal returns. Ultimately, once the exams are done, the deflation in weight is what remains. But somehow the juggernaut rolls on because there is an expected ROI and has to go on with new found confidence and expectation raising supply to new level.

There are some normal expectations and a few abnormal expectations (we may call it Outlying expectations) to be fulfilled over time here and beyond it. What is quite normal is to learn the crux of the business game theory but what‘s lying outside is the bounded rationality to choose anything about the ways to play them.

The first two legs where run in a jiffy. Loads of stories, specialties and fundas heard, lots of number crunching and lumps of data collected..It feels like a cow, eating everything at once but have got to assimilate little by little later, otherwise what’s gonna happen is, drain down memory lane.

I could just rightly say, it is a long puzzling trekking endeavor that has just kicked off. The means to the end unravel at every step and what’s important is how well we understand and move ahead.

~ Abhishek,
  (PGSEM 2010)

Monday, November 29, 2010

Q&A during open house

Thanks to all that turned up for the event and made it a great success. The panel discussions were very informative and hopefully the alumni and faculty were able to address the questions. Any further questions can be mailed to

Those who could not make it on Sunday might have missed the talks but nevertheless, we'll not let you miss the questions that were addressed.

Edit: In addition, some of the commonly asked questions on the PGSEM Info Yahoo! group has been addressed here.

ps: these are the personal views of current students

1. For a person less than 5 yrs of work experience, what contribution can he get to the class?

Varied levels of experience are not just accidental but desired for an MBA classroom. While some bring extensive experience to the classroom, the ones with experience <5 years bring a fresh perspective to discussions. Having completed their education recently. After being admitted each person is equal in class and has equal opportunities to contribute and learn.

2. EPGP vs PGSEM, What are the distinguishing factors for joining? Considering that one has 10+yrs of experience. What is the difference in course content?

Distinguishing factor is that EPGP is a full-time course packed in 1 year and has placements at end while PGSEM is a part-time course spread over 2.5 years, giving options to working executives to plan and space their semesters. This DOES NOT offer any placements. The number of course credits and content is the same in terms of both subjects and credits. Students have to weigh the two options while considering the course. A candidate is more likely to take the EPGP if they have more than 10 years of experience and are looking for a complete shift in domain. He/She is more likely to take the PGSEM if he/she is going to remain in the IT industry and is looking for additional knowledge and learning which allows for viewing organizational issues from a multi-dimensional viewpoint.

3. I am a budding Manager in the next 6mth to 1 yr. If I take the PGSEM, I might lose the opportunity to be a manager.

PGSEM requires you to attend classes on weekend (Friday and Saturday). Friday classes end at 1:30 pm and hence allow people to be back to office. Other than this interference, office can be work as usual for the student. PGSEM requires a senior representative in company to sign that they are OK with the student coming in late on Friday and hence post this step from your organization, it implicitly says that your organization supports you in your quest for higher learning. If anything, the learning from PGSEM would help enhance your ability to confront issues and provides you opportunities for assistance and hence higher roles in organization.

4. What benefits can I get from NSRCEL?

The good news is that if you would like to start an enterprise, and are looking to do so in the technology sector, then NSRCEL is a very nurturing incubator for you! The more important news is that you don't have to be a student at IIMB to come to NSRCEL, you could just walk in. All you have to do is fill out the form at and move things along!

In general, the benefits you get from the NSRCEL include expert advice from serial entrepreneurs, an opportunity to voice your idea and gain funding, and even start your fledgling enterprise within the premises!

5. Why cannot we conduct classes on Saturday and Sunday?

To avoid spoiling the students' Sunday, it remains vacant for self study and personal time in general. The program was conceived in collaboration with the IT industry which primarily benefits from this course. Since inception, organizations have shown their acceptance of this programme by allowing their employees to come in reasonably late to work.

6. If I quit the company in-between the course can I continue with the course?

Yes, you may. Even if you were to quit your job and stay unemployed for a while, IIMB would still consider you as a student.

7. One is looking for role change within the organization or in the market? Who I will be competing with?

It's a personal choice. If you identify a role you want to move into, you need to work towards it. Again, you are competing with yourself. Nobody will come and give you anything on a platter, choose your goal and make it happen. You can equip yourself with the skillsets you will require through PGSEM.

8. What are the criteria for selection to PGSEM?

Tests: CAT/GMAT/PGSEM Test + SOP + Interviews

There is no optimum scores for each test as such. IIMB Admission committee will look for performance from 10th standard onwards to under graduation and other factors like relevant work experience for giving calls

9. Will I get consulting help to get my next promotion via this course?

Short answer is no. This course is not to get you your next promotion. This is an MBA program which equips you business skills and exposes you to the world of knowledge and opportunity. No doubt you’ll learn how to do better in your current role, but there would be no capsule on getting you promoted. You will have to find such opportunities and apply your learnings to reach such a goal.

10. Know more about Student exchange program. What are the benefits in doing so?

The exchange program helps you to have an international exposure by spending a term in an international B School. This is also a good opportunity to be a full time student and interact with international participants. The leave of absence from the company you are working and other arrangements needs to be taken care by yourself. There is no extra tuition fees other than the quarter fees you pay @ IIMB. However other expenses needs to be borne by the participant.

11. While joining I have to submit the SOP. But in due course it changes. Can I have the data for the Students Post PGSEM?

Statement of Purpose (SOP) is a part of the admissions process. Upon being admitted, you are not held accountable for it; nor has the institute collected data on deviations from SOP for the past years. MBA degree per se doesn’t intend to box people to their past thinking and there is a great chance you’ll have an ‘aha’ moment and change track completely to a new goal. What the SOP intends to do is judge a person’s ability to plan and articulate his goals as they stand today and how good a fit is an MBA for achieving the goals. It also helps the institute to verify if the person fits within the class at IIMB.

12. How has PGSEM helped alumni in the panel?

At the end of the day, all said and done, going through the PGSEM programme will make you look at the problems from a very different non-technical perspective than you would currently. As such, it equips you with the skills required to determine solutions for such issues. The programme encourages you to go out and create jobs instead of searching for some, and quite a few students of ours have started their own companies and taken the plunge.

13. Male female ratio, how do women find the course, how do they fare?

The percentage of women in class is approximately 10-15%. It is true that they find it a little harder to find time for course preparation, but the women in class are a model of discipline and have proven time and again their commitment towards their studies. Some of the women have also taken additional responsibilities in extra-curricular activities as part of the Students' Affairs Council.

14. Why PGSEM is called so if its content is not very software specific?

Student intake is from the IT industry and hence since conception, the course is called PGSEM. The course is equivalent to the normal PGP course in content but has good number of electives in the Software Enterprise Management area.

15. How does setting individual pace in second year works; like within 6 years?

The benefit of this course is that the after 5 quarters, the student is allowed to take breaks if his personal or official commitments so require. Taking a break and spreading out the course is not considered exception.

16. How is PGSEM test different from CAT?

PGSEM test is very similar to CAT or GMAT with difficulty on a lighter side. For a sample PGSEM test, visit Any good CAT or GMAT book available in the market should help you. A preparation time of 3 months is good enough even if you are completely out of touch of aptitude tests.

Questions from the PGSEMInfo Yahoo! group
17. Is the PGSEM a course focussed on management in the IT sector? Should I rather be doing a more general MBA?

PGSEM as a course is not focussed on Software Management. We do have a few electives that are IT-oriented, but almost all the courses are also being offered in the mainstream PGP programme. Students can choose to do a general MBA, or even specialize in fields like Marketing, Finance, Strategy, Entrepreneurship amongst the available disciplines.

Monday, November 15, 2010

PGSEM Open House

The schedule for the PGSEM Open House has just been published:

1. 9:00 am - Registrion desk opens (Registered participants to report at registration desk)
2. 9:30 am to 10:00 am - Tea
3. 10:00am to 10:10am - Presentation by Student Affairs Council, PGSEM
4. 10:10am to 10:20am - Address by Prof N M Agrawal, Chairperson - PGSEM
5. 10:20am to 11:00am - Panel Discussion
6. 11:00am to 11:30am - Tea
7. 11:30am to 1:00pm - Q & A session

We look forward to meeting you guys! Come along, and listen to our faculty, students and alumni tell you about why we are so enthusiastic about the PGSEM programme!

Oh, one more thing. We know that Bannerghatta Road is not the best of roads to travel on, and there's a good chance of traffic... we come here every weekend. So please try to leave home early, so you can be at the event on time! :)

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Diwali break that was

It’s been an end to a very festive season here in India and the school gears to start the PGSEM classes this Friday. Most students have utilized the time to network and catch up with family. Even though the end term is lurking just 3 weeks ahead, it was time to unwind and stretch considering the whole batch was finishing up the R assignment till 2 days before Diwali. This was the time when almost all groups would have worked remotely, a very important aspect of today's business world. Learning to balance leisure and work is as good a lesson at MBA School as is the actual subject.


Coming to the R package: I cannot end this post without a few words of appreciation for this excellent statistical tool. Beyond a class on introducing the various possibilities at R, most of the learning happened through moodle (An open source collaborative platform). It was a collective effort of many that could help everyone learn the nuances of R. Working on R reminds you of beginner days as a programmer where you know what to do logically but have to read a lot of stuff on internet to actually accomplish it. Possibilities of R package are amazing and with so many folks with IT background, I am waiting for the date when all share their assignment outcomes. For now I’d say there’s some interesting data that we’re analyzing.


The activities at campus would have already picked up, number of remaining classes before end term is dwindling and so most of the students would be putting their head down to study and various student committees would get into action for upcoming events. The first of which is the open house for the prospective students. What you get out of an MBA depends to a great extent on how well your short term and long term goals are aligned with what the institute offers. So my advice to those interested is to contemplate and come prepared to the open house where you can see the campus, get your questions clarified and most importantly meet the current students.

Till then have a smooth transition to some interesting work. Cheers!

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Open House on 21st Nov

IIMB is conducting open house for PGSEM 2011 aspirants on Sunday 21st Nov 2010. Interested candidates may register for open house here:

The format followed usually is as follows:
Inauguration of the open house and welcome address by the PGSEM Chairperson, Alumni discussion on PGSEM experience, Question and answer session with Alumni and current students. The agenda is subject to change.

Monday, October 25, 2010

Important Dates for PGSEM Admissions 2011

Important Dates for PGSEM Admissions 2011
To apply visit
Important Dates:
Sunday 21st Nov 2010                            Open House at IIMB Auditorium
Saturday 18th Dec 2010                         Start date for submitting online applications
Saturday 5th Feb 2011                            Last day for submission of applications 
Sunday 13th Feb 2011                            PGSEM Test 
March 2011 by prior Invitation                 Alumni & Faculty Interviews 
Saturday 28th & 29th May2011               PGSEM 2011 Batch Orientation and Inauguration 
Friday 17th Jun 2011 PGSEM 2011      Batch Program Begins

Social Entrepreneurship - Guest lecture by Nikhil Dey

Social Entrepreneurship in the 6th term has become one of the most interesting, thought provoking subjects I have taken at IIMB. OB classes made me take a look at myself, but SE on the other hand, is making me think how I should look at the world around me and how I can make a difference. In the journey called Social Entrepreneurship, we have come face to face with so many people who have selflessly dedicated their lives to making others lives less of a struggle.

MKSS - Nikhil Dey(Right) with Aruna Roy and Shankar Singh. (Photo Source: Tehelka)

One such person is Nikhil Dey. Founder of Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sanghathan, a non-party peoples' organization, held a guest lecture at IIMB - PGSEM Social Entrepreneurship class yesterday. MKSS famously used the right to information as tool to draw attention to the underpayment of daily wage earners and farmers on government projects, and more generally, to expose corruption in government expenditure. Initially, MKSS lobbied government to obtain information such as muster rolls (employment and payment records) and bills and vouchers relating to purchase and transportation of materials. This information was then crosschecked at Jan Sunwais (public hearings) against actual testimonies of workers. The public hearings were incredibly successful in drawing attention to corruption and exposing leakages in the system. They were particularly significant because of their use of hard documentary evidence to support the claims of villagers. 

We live in our sheltered world, have all the right answers to our problems. But what about the 60% of our population, which doesn't even get a Rs.100 per day? What about them who have no money, no power, no education to guide them through? Take a look at this video and you will know what MKSS is accomplishing in Rajasthan. 

We are all political. Right from the way we treat womenfolks at house, the way we treat our domestic help, the way we see what is going on around us. We are deeply political. But when it comes to doing something about it, we raise our hands and say "what can I do?" or "Our country has gone to the dogs. Only God can save it". We have abstained from the political process all together and have left it to the gundas who are our so called 'leaders', who are only interested in making money for themselves and people who elect them are jokers to them. Have we tried to find out what our elected representatives have done for us? Have we tried to get information about what development works are going on in our area? Can we find out who laid our roads that develop potholes every 3 months, and who was the engineer who okayed it and passed the payments? Do we try to get information on why all the greenery of Bangalore is being sacrificed in the name of development? 

But can we really make a difference? 


The right to information act is truly powerful. The government has never been accountable to the people so far. The government is ours, the MPs and MLAs are our servants. We chose them to do our work for us. RTI is that tool with which we can ask them what the hell are they doing, how they are spending our money. The money that we earn by travelling to the other end of the city - day in & day out, the money that we earn by slogging every weekday of the month.

Today, I invite all of you to give it a thought and to participate in our democracy. Try to get involved. If every informed citizen like you and me takes the responsibility to get involved in our democracy, we can make our society better. Especially at the time when our MLAs are ready to be sold for obscene amount of money due to their greed for power, position and wealth. Especially when the legislature is a place for goondas who have made a mockery of democracy. Especially when the elected MLAs have brought shame to the state.

Links: Longer version of the video is available here.
A video that every Indian should watch: Aruna Roy at IISc, Bangalore

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Vista Day 2

Where else will you get this chance? pitching your ideas to VCs, fighting for the idea you put forth to the best brains and intellectuals in the country, making strategies for the startup or making financial forecasting for exciting new venture ideas. The two days of Vista 2010-11 went just on a fly.

The second day was more exciting with wonderful participation from the corporates. The second day hosted four corporate events.The corporate events started with Software Czars which witnessed arduous way up convincing the judges about the strategy plan for the case given on localized advertisement based venture.

Followed was an exciting quiz exclusively for the corporates. The participation was marvellous that the elimination was a tough one to do in the prelims. The quiz master, Thejaswi Udupa did a wonderful job with interesting questions putting his real quizzing skills. The event paved way for some of the best quizzers in the country to meet again and compete.

With all competitions going everywhere, a talk for a change was required; and no one was disappointed. A wonderful, inspirational and informational talk on Challenges in preparing for India's future by Mr. Arun Shourie followed.

Another b plan competition  in telecom sector which was again exclusively for the corporates was the next event scheduled on second day. The classroom once again witnessed fierce discussions, the finalists pitching their ideas and strategies.

IIMB never sleeps, Vista days are no exceptions. A post meridian corporate dinner followed, with industry stalwarts joining the student and faculty community of IIMB. It was a nice experience with discussion sprawling over industry growth to challenges to academics to family.

What else would you like to have for a day? the event continues with a plethora of online competitions continuing and don't forget, there is one more day of Vista!

The main attraction for the third day is the Media Conclave attracting personalities like Shobhaa De, Gul Panag, Ramanujam Sridhar participating! See you there tomorrow...

Friday, October 01, 2010

Vista 2010-11 is finally here!

You always thought of a business school as a place to be serious and studious; Vista an event for the oh-so-serious who fight hard at the b-plan and case study competitions, didnt' you?


Paintball and Rock Climbing at Vista 2010-11

Paint the town red... Scale new peaks... Let your hair down.. Take a break..


Vista 2010: It begins

The headlines today read:
"The total IQ in a particular college on Bannerghatta Road appears to have tremendously shot up over the last 24 hours. Representatives from the college remains tight-lipped on the change in average IQ refusing to comment on whether it has gone up or come down.

Sources say that this apparent infusion of brainpower and adrenaline will remain so for another 72 hours, and that local residents nearby need not panic. There are chances of lightning and thunder emanating from the very ground, but this will be all be safely contained within the premises of the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore."

And so it begins...

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 1

There's an ominous silence in the air.

Logic dictates that it is more probably because it's midnight rather than the "calm before the storm", and relatively sane people are busy living out their dreams in REM mode. Hapless PGSEM students on the other hand are most probably finishing the assignments due for Friday.

Whether we like it or not, Friday will come, and the assignments need to be handed in. It goes without saying that Friday will also bring with it this year's biggest biz bash at the IIM Bangalore. Now why would we want to wish Vista away? Answer me once again, which is more important? The fest or your future??

Just one more day to go. Have you submitted your case?

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 2

The submissions for the events are slowly trickling in! That means some of YOUR potential competition are done with their basic plan, and are scheming how to hold their fort while the rest of you try to stake your claim.

Submit your entries soon, the last date for submitting entries is 11:59:59 PM, 29th Sep. OMG, wait a minute, that's today!

We look forward to the clash between the empires. We know you'll make it worth watching.

Vista 2010 Countdown: 3

Three days left before all the good business schools in India arrive in IIM Bangalore, some to take back what's rightfully theirs, and others to proclaim that right!

What kind of B-school do you go to?
represent your B-school...
wave your flag...

Monday, September 27, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 4

With four days left to go for the fest, you can sense the excitement in the air. More than the air, it's actually in our inboxes... all the last minute frantic "OMG! Somebody look into this ASAP!" and "Drop the assignments, which is more important? The fest or your future?" seem to be setting up an energy that my manager hasn't seen in me during the last year. Of course, he didn't seem very pleased when I mumbled that I was working on our fest preparations.

Then he says "Bah! Four days left, that's all no?".
Yeah, right.

Come by! Check the college out in all its bustle and excitement! Witness the adventure you'll be getting into when you join in...

A big thanks to all...

As Vista preparation is in full swing, there are some of friends who have come forward and have helped us spread the word about Vista Corporate Evening. It would be unfair without at least a brief mention about them.

We, the PGSEM Vista 2010 team, thank Shrinidhi Hande for readily agreeing to and for putting up posts on Vista in his blog and for coordinating with Business Blogging, Callzee, Brandworx  for detailed posts about the upcoming events.

We also thank Raveesh Kumar for writing about Vista Corporate Evening in his blog.

Last, but the not the least, we would like to thank all the PGSEMers who are burning the midnight oil to make sure that Vista Corporate Evening becomes a success.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 6

Vista Corporate Evening sponsored by Yahoo! will include the following events:

1. Corporate Quiz - quiz exclusively for corporate participants
2. Software Czars - Case study competition
3. The Next big wave - B-plan competition

Deadline for Software Czars and The Next Big Wave is on 28th Sept 2010. Rush in your entries. More info available at -> Events -> Corporate Exclusive

Friday, September 24, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 7

With a week to go for Vista 2010, preparations have reached a feverish pitch, entries are pouring from all around the country.

PGSEM is hosting the Vista Corporate Evening on 2nd Oct 2010. Are you ready to go give a try?

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 8

As you guys already know, Vista Corporate Evening events have been launched. What are you waiting for? The deadline for the first round of both Software Czars and The Next Big Wave is on the 28th of Sept.

Roll up your sleeves, dive in, give us ideas, get the moolah (and lot of other goodies) and walk out as winners.

Are you still reading this? Come on, start reading the case....

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Events for the Corporate @ Vista 2010!

As the countdown takes place towards one of India's largest bizfests (Vista 2010, duh!), you tend to feel an odd sense of the days just slipping away. And then you realize that this post is surrounded by posts which remind you of the upcoming blitzkrieg!

Yes, we can get very dramatic. It's not every day that you get a chance to go back and take part in some group events, eat some cheap food, rock your head to someone and have a lot of fun! Well, actually most of us do that every day.. the meetings, the cheap food, the "Yes Boss!", "Yes team!", "Yes, (betterhalf)", not much fun though. Well, all that's about to change! If you choose to not just read this post, but do something about it!

The Corporates now finally have a chance to get back! Here's your chance to take part in some fun-filled events, relive the exciting times during college, and network as much as you can! We have Corporate events at Vista, and we want you... yes, YOU! (Even that quiet guy lurking near his keyboard there), to come and take part!

The links at the website is here, here and here! We even made an awesome poster, just for you! Now, come over!

Vista 2010 Countdown: 9

Monday, September 20, 2010

Vista 2010 Countdown: 11

India's First Ever Product Management Conclave - Conducted by IIMB

PGSEMers at IIMB conducted the first ever Product Management Conclave in India on 19th September 2010. The event aimed to leverage the vantage position of IIMB to pitch fork the aspirations of the industry to realizable heights. The event saw 300+ people in attendance and had Product Managers and Product Marketing managers from the IT industry discuss, debate, network for common goal of excellence in their fields. 

Links: 'Make India a hub for productising innovation' by The Hindu
'Focus on Products, say IIM Students' by The Times of India

Friday, September 10, 2010

IIMB invites application for PGSEM 2011 admissions

IIM Bangalore invites application for PGSEM 2011 admissions. More information on the admission details and application form can be found here.

Important Dates for PGSEM Admissions 2011

Sunday 21st Nov 2010

Open House at IIMB Auditorium

Saturday 18th Dec 2010

Start date for submitting online applications

Saturday 5th Feb 2011

Last day for submission of applications

Sunday 13th Feb 2011


March 2011 by prior Invitation

Alumni & Faculty Interviews

Saturday 28th & 29th May2011

PGSEM 2011 Batch Orientation and Inauguration

Friday 17th Jun 2011

PGSEM 2011 Batch Program Begins


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