What ails school education?

When I heard the finance minister’s speech during the Budget for 2020-21, I was excited about the emphasis she laid on education. My initial understanding of the allocation of more than Rs 99,000 crore made me believe that school education had finally been given the importance it deserved. However, it soon turned into disappointment. I […]


ASU – Carey Launches New MBA Program

The new “Fast-track” MBA program can be completed in as few as 12 months Arizona State University’s Carey School of Business has announced the launch of a new MBA program which can be completed in as little as one year. Through the new program—the “Fast-track MBA”—students take classes in the evening. Classes are delivered two […]


Marketing Doesn’t Fix What’s Broken

There used to be a restaurant across the street from where I live. I asked several people about it, and almost all of them said, “It’s the worst restaurant I’ve ever been to.” Those are mighty strong words. It’s one thing for them to say they had a bad meal, but when they refer to […]


Ankur Tewari on music festivals in India, spoken word poetry, Gully Boy and more in this exclusive interview

Udaipur World Music Festival 2020: Musician Ankur Tewari on music festivals in India, spoken word poetry, Gully Boy and more in this exclusive interview.(Ghalat Family/Facebook) The city of lakes and a popular tourist and wedding destination, Udaipur, Rajasthan is alive with culture and the sound of music of various genres. Lake Pichola, City Palace, Fateh Sagar […]


The problem with ‘skin-first’ beauty

When Glossier first came onto the scene back in 2010, it felt like the dawn of a new beauty age.  Founded off the back of Emily Weiss’s successful beauty blog Into the Gloss, the brand championed ‘skin-first’ beauty. That is, focusing on healthy skin and selling makeup and skincare products to accompany that (serums, balms, and cleansers), rather than […]


Education should have received higher outlay

Disruptive innovation can change the face of education. Technology can make learning a fulfilling and rich experience Every year, as the government announces its annual Budget, the country anticipates big-bang reforms in various sectors. And when it does not happen, disappointment is natural. But, a desired change, especially in sectors such as education, and health […]


List of Top MBA Colleges accepting 90+ CMAT Percentile

The National Testing Agency conducted the CMAT 2020 on 28th January from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. The CMAT or Common Management Admission Test is a sought-after entrance exam to secure a seat in MBA and equivalent programs of more than 1000 institutes. The CMAT score  and percentile will decide a candidate’s shortlisting for the […]


VIDEO: MBA Entrepreneur—Gerhard Grueter, London Business School

In the London Business School library, in between lectures and preparing for his classes, Gerhard Grueter was busy setting cogs in motion to start his own business, Lawson Conner, which provides regulatory infrastructure and compliance for financial companies. In our MBA Entrepreneurs video, Gerhard reveals the story behind Lawson Conner, how he built it up from a […]