Career Guidance

Want to become an International Banker in One Year? Here are the steps.

It’s indeed surprising that whenever someone mentions a typical foreign career opportunity, the average Indian immediately perceives it to be either something related to IT or something to do with a blue-collar job. But as irony would have it, there are other domains that are as attractive and as quick Read More…

How to prepare yourself for a 10 lakh salary after B.Com?

Be it demonetization or any other odd, one sector of the economy which has grown rapidly, and will continue to grow in the country is the banking sector. Be it public, private or international banks in the country, all are expanding at a scorching pace by opening up new branches Read More…

No Work Experience or Recommendations for Placements? No problem!

“Freshers need not apply”. “— years of job experience required”. “Candidates with a proven track record will be preferred”. Now, this wouldn’t be a problem if you were one of those Hindi movie heroes or heroines who come singing and dancing to college with two note books and a swanky Read More…

Why prepare for banking exams separately? Combine it with PG prep.

My mom put the idea of a bank job in my head. And when I read about Chanda Kochhar (MD & CEO, ICICI), or Arundhati Bhattacharya, (Chairperson, State Bank of India), I KNEW that I could be in that select club of high achievers if I played my cards right. Read More…

What’s Experiential Education Got to Do with your Banking & Finance Career?

“Involve me and I will never forget”. Those are the words that jumped out at me from the screen. What were they supposed to mean? As I read further, I found out about experiential learning and I found new hope surging in my heart. Moms, Dads, Uncles, Aunts, Grandparents…all of Read More…

TKWs IBF Internship: An experience to look forward to…

If you are amongst those who would like to pocket an ideal job, then the most effective thing that you can do is to have under your belt, some appropriate work experience even before you complete your studies. Students, therefore, prefer to take up courses which can give them not Read More…

Scored below 85 percent in Class 12? Pursue B. Com. Honours with Regular

Performance in the Class 12 examinations is considered as critical to the future career path of students. There is a widespread perception, almost a belief, that a high score in the Class 12 examination is the gateway to career success, and that scoring less than 85 percent is a catastrophe. Read More…

Life After Graduation: Expectations versus Reality

Nearly every graduate feels that graduation is a one-way ticket to “El Dorado”, the legendary city of gold. With a degree certificate in hand, graduates are confident that sky is the limit, and that a la Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and Napoleon Bonaparte; they can also set out to Read More…

Why Networking is Important

Every ambitious student who has his eyes set on a high growth career path must establish, build and sustain a vibrant network through relationship building – in the classroom, at guest lectures, during field visits, at study tours, while organising campus events; at every possible opportunity that presents itself. A Read More…

Graduation: Take the Road Less Travelled and See the Difference

Majority of students and their parents believe that graduation is the first rung on the ladder of success. But, that dream of success often turns out to be only a myth because traditional graduation is out of sync with employment market realities. By and large, colleges and universities offer standard, Read More…