Go for MBA

01 Sep 2009

Education - the nine letters word carries more than nine ton weights. It is the only thing by which you can establish and modify yourself properly in this world. Modern world can not be imagined without education. There is no other substitute of this thing & it is true that there is no limit to it. After completing school we all have to decide about our future journey. Many students go for general degree and many of the students go for an engineering degree. After completing this, one of the essential & important decisions is to go for MBA.

The MBA entrance exam is the toughest non-technical exam. If you crack it & get a chance in a well reputed institute then your future will flow smoothly. Now the question that arises next is what is MBA? It is a Master in Business Administration. After cracking the entrance exam you have to face an interview which is not easy. Then you will get chance in an institute.

The Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani is Institute for higher education. The primary objecive of BITS is to train young generation to create and put into action ideas, methods, techniques and information. The founder of Institute was late Mr G.D.Birla - an eminent industrialist, a participant in Indian freedom struggle and a close associate of the Father of Indian Nation late Mr. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi).

The Birla Institute of Technology & Science (BITS), Pilani offers degree programmes:

  • Engineering
  • Sciences
  • Technology
  • Pharmacy
  • Management
  • Humanities

Meet the new boss

30 Sep 2008

Do you realize, that one word is increasingly vanishing from the corporate lingo


The word 'sir' has almost disappeared from our dictionary, thanks to the new work environment which has given us the freedom to address everyone on first name basis. This freedom is just a small part of the vast change that has swept offices, where relations have become more informal, the environment more relaxed, even as the work pressure, deadlines and expectations have increased tenfold.


"The hierarchy is still there but it is not so air tight. Today subordinates don't address their bosses as 'Sir' or 'Madam'. It has become very informal with the subordinates addressing their bosses with their first name. Also the bosses have become approachable now. But this depends on person to person. Some people are still stuck with that old subordinate and boss hierarchy."