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5 Reasons to Study Bachelor’s of Business Management

5 Reasons to Study Bachelor’s of Business Management

Posted on June 13, 2018 by Ms. Stuti Sharma  | Academics | Blog

The skill set that comes with studying Business Management can lead to a lucrative career, both in terms of the number of gateways that it provides, and the monetary returns it can generate.
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MY VIEW. MY TAKE.-CHETAN BHAGAT REVOLUTION 2020-LOVE.CORRUPTION.AMBITION- The ISBF Gazette_Issue V

MY VIEW. MY TAKE.-CHETAN BHAGAT REVOLUTION 2020-LOVE.CORRUPTION.AMBITION- The ISBF Gazette_Issue V

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Madhav Khemka  | Blog | Media

Chetan Bhagat’s latest novel is not, as the title suggests, about a revolution. It’s the story of a love triangle, set in the time of engineering entrance exams in Varanasi.
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Studying Sociology as a Subject in a Management Degree?-The ISBF Gazette_Issue IX

Studying Sociology as a Subject in a Management Degree?-The ISBF Gazette_Issue IX

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Prof. Aryapriya Ganguli  | Blog | Teaching

LSE's motto is rerum cognoscere extent to which Sociology lies at the and also how causes which means 'to know the very core of the trio of business, they relate to their peers and subalcauses of things'.
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Having an Economics Honours degree, what avenues branch out for me in the future?

Having an Economics Honours degree, what avenues branch out for me in the future?

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Sravan Pallapothu  | Academics | Blog

It is likely that one would sputter in utter disbelief if they were to ever come across the aforementioned quote; because something that is so inherently self-explanatory posits absolutely no information with regard to what economics can enable one to do.
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Choosing the Right Economics Degree – BSc Economics or BA (Hons) Economics?

Choosing the Right Economics Degree – BSc Economics or BA (Hons) Economics?

Posted on May 29, 2018 by Mohika Mudgal  | Academics | Blog

Today, Economics is easily one of the best programmes one can choose for graduation. It is offered by hundreds of universities the world over. In studying human behaviour and its implications for society at various levels – micro and macro – it explores issues ranging from demand-supply, price-setting, elasticity, cost and production to inflation, economic growth, development, poverty, unemployment and inequality.
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ISBF: An LSE Education in India

ISBF: An LSE Education in India

Posted on May 14, 2018 by Editor's Voyage  | Academics | Blog

Having been founded with the objective of bringing international standards of education to the Indian subcontinent, Indian School of Business & Finance has come a long way since its establishment in 2006.
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The First Monetary Policy Committee: A Summary

The First Monetary Policy Committee: A Summary

Posted on April 15, 2018 by Shalini Singh  | Academics | Blog

The Reserve Bank of India on Wednesday, 4th April 2018 through their Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2018-19 announced that RBI will maintain the neutral stance for the fourth time. The report indicated RBI’s status quo attitude by keeping the repo rate “unchanged” at 6%, the reverse repo rate at 5.75 % and the marginal standing facility (MSF) rate and the Bank Rate at 6.25 per cent to achieve the medium-term target for Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation of 4% within a band of +/- 2%. The Policy is a pleasing revelation for the market.
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First Bimonthly Monetary Policy Committee Meeting (2018-19): Takeaway for the University Students

First Bimonthly Monetary Policy Committee Meeting (2018-19): Takeaway for the University Students

Posted on April 10, 2018 by Sudipta Sen  | Academics | Blog

The policy statement of the first bi-monthly Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting opted for a neutral policy stance. A neutral policy stance means that the RBI is keeping the policy rate (repo rate) unchanged, indicating that the RBI believes that in the near future there is going to be no demand pressure neither any supply bottlenecks in the Indian economy.
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Diploma in Management or an MBA? Here’s what will help you decide.

Diploma in Management or an MBA? Here’s what will help you decide.

Posted on February 15, 2018 by -  | Academics | Blog

ISBF was founded in the year 2006 with the vision of delivering truly world‐class, unsurpassable quality education in India. The students of ISBF have access to world class, thought-provoking and enriching curriculum, with modules delivered by highly qualified and dedicated faculty
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Campus Life at ISBF

Campus Life at ISBF

Posted on February 15, 2018 by Mohika Mudgal  | Academics | Blog

What was that saying again? “All good things come in small packages!” Well, the Indian School of Business and Finance is a leading case for this point. It was brought to being with the concept of imparting beyond doubt excellent quality education in India. Students at ISBF have spread their wings in all the right places.
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College trip to Bhimtal

College trip to Bhimtal

Posted on January 10, 2018 by Mohika Mudgal  | Blog | Events

The ISBF students finally plunged into the hills with boots, beanies and added buzz.
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Xenia 2017-18, For Building a Sustainable Future

Xenia 2017-18, For Building a Sustainable Future

Posted on November 17, 2017 by Mohika Mudgal  | Blog

The Indian School of Business and Finance hosted XENIA 2017-18, For Building a Sustainable Future, the Annual Cultural Festival on 8th and 9th November, 2017. And this year they returned with the battle of drums and words and drama!
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What you can do after a Post Graduate Diploma in Finance

What you can do after a Post Graduate Diploma in Finance

Posted on July 6, 2017 by -  | Academics | Blog

In the recently  released 2017 QS Rankings, The London School of Economics and Political Science  (LSE) has yet again placed among the top 5 universities in the world for the  subject area of Accounting & Finance. At the Indian School of Business  & Finance (ISBF), students of the Graduate Diploma in Finance study this  world-class curriculum for a year. This helps open up not just their minds, to  a new, analytical and application-oriented way of thinking, but also hitherto  unobtainable opportunities, with respect to higher studies as well as  placements.
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Employability after the Graduate Diploma at ISBF

Employability after the Graduate Diploma at ISBF

Posted on May 18, 2017 by -  | Academics | Blog

In a highly competitive employment landscape, with numerous talented candidates vying for the same few coveted spots in the industry, being recruited by a reputed firm is increasingly challenging. The quantity of manpower produced for employment each year by institutions of higher education is witnessing an unprecedented rise, due to India’s demographic profile, rising incomes and greater access to a college education. However, as quality fails to keep pace, the employability problem persists, and the question of whether India will be able to reap a “demographic dividend” looms larger than ever.
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How ISBF Programmes Give You An Edge

How ISBF Programmes Give You An Edge

Posted on May 17, 2017 by -  | Academics | Blog

Indian School of Business & Finance (ISBF) offers 3-year full-time undergraduate (honours) degree programmes and 1-year full-time graduate diploma programmes from the University of London (UoL). Academic direction for these programmes comes from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), one of the finest and top-ranked academic institutions in the world for the Social Sciences. Being designed by academicians at the cutting edge of research in the social sciences, the curriculum for the programmes offered at ISBF give students the opportunity, and the challenge, to study, apply and integrate different approaches to understanding human society.
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Bachelor of Business Management

Bachelor of Business Management

Posted on January 24, 2017  | Academics | Blog

Bachelor of Business Management, or BBM, also referred to as Bachelor in Business Administration, or BSc Business and Management, is a degree course in Management spanning 3-4 years. This is one of the most popular courses of the management cadre, and focuses on the development of existing skills and inculcation of higher degree skills to carve a business professional out of a lay student. The students are exposed to several legal, organizational and marketing aspects and scenarios of the business and the management worlds, as a result of which they graduate as logical thinkers with practical problem-solving acumen. After having completed the course, they can explore avenues like management, pursue Master’s degree programmes, teaching and even start-up their own business with all the knowledge they have accumulated.
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Notable LSE Alumni

Notable LSE Alumni

Posted on December 23, 2016  | Academics | Blog

Many generations of world leaders, academicians and high-achievers in almost every conceivable field of work have studied or taught at the London School of Economics (LSE). These include no less than 16 Nobel Prize winners and 34 Heads of State, such as the likes of Prof. Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize winner in Economics and a pioneering contributor to welfare economics, social choice theory and the study of inequality, and Dr. KR Narayanan, one of India's top diplomats and also her 10th President. Below is an indicative list of some of these many illustrious individuals whose varied careers have benefitted from, indeed even been founded upon, an LSE education.
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Marketing Ethics : A Conceptual Study

Marketing Ethics : A Conceptual Study

Posted on December 13, 2016  | Academics | Blog

When we try to define ethics, it is a difficult task. It is a vague term. Ethics defines the morality of deeds i.e. it defines what is right and what is wrong. But nobody has ever known that what is the definition of Right and what is the definition of Wrong. It depends upon situation to situation. It is generally said that a lie, which does not hurt anybody is not a lie.
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Swayam: A Gateway for Women Entreprenuers

Swayam: A Gateway for Women Entreprenuers

Posted on December 13, 2016  | Blog | Media

Swayam – a mentor-ship cell for women entrepreneurs, was launched by the FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) on 10th September at Shangri-La, New Delhi and I was extremely lucky to get this opportunity through ISBF CSD  to attend this prestigious conference.
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Fast-Track to Fancy Firms

Fast-Track to Fancy Firms

Posted on December 13, 2016  | Blog | Events

The Career Placement Cell held its inaugural corporate talk on Wednesday, the 9th of September. The speaker was Ms. Surabhi Dewra, founder and CEO of Careerguide.co.in. Ms. Dewra held a highly informal and informative talk, focused on guidance for career options, the importance of networking and concrete steps that students should take towards achieving their entrepreneurial ambitions.
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