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Training and Development is one of the key areas for any Human Resource Manager. A Corporate Connect Program, titled 'Teaching, Learning and Way Forward', was held at Globsyn Business School for HR School of Excellence students on this area on September 6, 2018. The talk was facilitated by the Talent Development Head of TCS, Mr. Sushanta Sinha, who happens to have over 25 years of experience in IT and IT enabled services. This program was attended by 45 HR students (Major and Minor students), along with faculties from the HR Department. The entire seminar was designed to highlight upon the fact that when it comes to the 'Learning and Development' department of an organization, it is all about the learner. By this it was made clear that the training content and method should be learner-centric rather than oriented around teacher or

I am a student of Globsyn Business School, Batch - 2017-19, currently pursuing my PGDM in Finance Management and the journey of these past 14 months have been incredible so far. Today, let’s explore the place that has become such an integral part of my life in these past few months – Globsyn Business School (GBS).The first thing that created an impression on me was its infrastructure. GBS has an unique way of designing their campus on the theme of a famous book called 'Jonathan Livingston Seagull' where every classroom and even the cafeteria is named after the relevant characters from the book. Apart from having Wi-Fi connectivity all over the Campus, a 'sick room' armed with facilities for providing medical comfort whenever required and a clean and hygienic well stocked canteen that serves healthy and sumptuous food, GBS also

Prevention is always been better than cure. This is a simple idea. Yet many young managers under uses a lot of their productive hours in trying to find solutions to problems that could have been avoided in the first place, had they took this simple idea to heart - the best form of problem solving is to avoid problems altogether. It's always better and wiser to create systems that avoid fire than having one and fighting it in the first place. In today's economic climate, a young manager cannot afford to limit the usage of time, manpower and other management resources on situations that can be prevented in the first place, instead it is more important than ever he strives to cultivate a happy, and in turn, a healthy workforce with the right kind of good management practices. Managing people as the situation

In 2017, I embarked upon a new journey of my life along with my PGDM course a new 'spectra' which illuminated my life in a wonderful way.I was elected as the President of Kalyani Youth Leadership Forum (KYLF) and here my thoughts, my energy was channelized in a meaningful way. Straight from college I was a regular 22 year old who enjoyed life like any other guy of his age, but slowly after my association with KYLF I found a sense of fulfillment and responsibility towards the society. KYLF is a belief and concept where one learns to face reality with true human values. Their dear ones, loved ones have abandoned them during the sunset of their lives. At a time when they needed their family the most, the latter have left them at the gates of an 'old age home'. Bruised,

The Summer Internship Project experience helps to bridge between theory and practice.With this mantra in mind, my team members (Bhawna Phauja and Belal Ahmed) and I took part in a project called, 'How Small Scale Initiative adds to Economic Value', which is a case study on Benshul Haat, at DSMS Group of Institutions, Durgapur, West Bengal.This project consumed a huge amount of work, research and dedication from all the team members. Today, I can say on behalf of my team, that the implementation of this project would not have been possible without the support of my institution, Globsyn Business School, for providing us with the necessary expertise and technical support, my faculty members for supporting and hand-holding us in our moments of confusion and many other individuals. Their immense depth of knowledge and steadfast guidance have been a constant source

A few weeks back, I have shared a blog about the wonderful news of Globsyn Business School (GBS) clearing the regional round and poised to competing against IMT-Ghaziabad in the finals of the AIMS CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM SIMULATION COMPETITION, 2018. Today, I'm extremely proud and excited to share the amazing news of GBS topping the 'Conscious Scorecard' of the competition, and also bagging the silver spot by coming 2nd from the combined regions of Eastern and Northern India. Overall, GBS has stood 4th in the National Level - an achievement, which as a Globsynite, I am extremely proud of! The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) hosted the 30th AIMS Annual Management Education Convention in collaboration with the Academy of Indian Marketing (AIM) and NJOY Learning Processes Pvt. Ltd. which featured a simulation competition for 2nd year MBA/PGDM students of AIM and AIMS member institutions from the

As a 2nd year student of Globsyn Business School (GBS), I can personally vouch that the two years I have spent as a member of Kalyani Youth Leadership Forum (KYLF) has made a formidable impression in my mind and helped me to imbibe the practice of selfless social work as an integral part of my life. We, the students of GBS volunteer to do social activities through KYLF, the youth wing of Kalyani – a Bikram Dasgupta Foundation, which not only exposes us to hands-on experiential learning but also helps us into becoming compassionate, dedicated managers.Today, I would like to take this opportunity to share the very first experiences of a few of my juniors with KYLF on Independence Day, 2018 at Tollygunje Homes for senior citizens.I still smile whenever the glowing faces of the senior citizens at Tollygunge Homes

"When you educate a man, you educate an individual; when you educate a woman you educate a whole family." - Mac IverWhile gender differences still exist in professional study choices, women worldwide are demonstrating their intellectual ability and are approaching the levels of men in educational attainment. This shift in the academic dynamics and socio-economic scenarios is more prevalent in the rising economies like that of India's. There seems to be increasing awareness among the women in India about education being their ticket out of economic and social vulnerability. Even though, due to the dearth of female candidates in the engineering and technology disciplines, the entry of female students into IIMs have dropped this year; the All India Survey of Higher Education 2016-17 bears proof that not only the participation of women in higher education enrollment statistics has increased sharply over the

On 23rd of May I started my summer internship in HR at India’s oldest pharmaceutical company Bengal Chemical & Pharmaceutical Ltd. (BCPL), under the guidance of Mr. Tapas Banerjee, DY. Manager (HR). The working environment was absolutely comfortable. At the beginning there was not much to do but later there a lot of work to keep me busy through out the day. Whenever I faced any problem my guide helped me to overcome it and every day was a new learning experience for me about the 'Selection and Recruitment' process of the company.After joining the company there was recruitment of some employees, so I had a lot of data entry work to do. I learned how scrutiny is done as well as keeping all records of each and every employee. Mr. Banerjee told me that the work of HR is

Source : medifee.com  Working as a summer intern, over the the past two months, at Fortis Hospitals Ltd., has been an invaluable experience for me and I hope I was able to provide some value to the organization. Working with the Finance Department of Fortis Hospital taught me a lot about how Accounts and Finance can be managed and controlled in a Healthcare Industry.I’ll be eternally grateful to the entire Finance Department for taking the time to share their expertise and knowledge of the field with me. It was during my summer internship that I realized that I was able to learn and grow the most in developing my skills.Working in a Healthcare Industry was a whole new experience for me. As I move forward in my professional endeavors, I will carry with me the experiences, lessons and other essentials, that

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