Author: Student Reporter

Recently a Corporate Connect session was held at our Globsyn Knowledge Campus on Goods and Service Tax (GST) where Ms. Shivani Shah, CA, and owner of Shivani Firm and Associates had an interactive session with the MBA students of Globsyn Business School.The nuances of the topic discussed in the session are written below:India’s biggest indirect tax reform in the form of Goods and Services Tax (GST) was introduced in India from 1 July 2017. The idea of GST was mooted long back in the year 2006-2007 which took concrete shape by being passed in the Parliament on August 8, 2016. The benefits of GST are as follows:Easy for Tax payer and assessee To avoid double taxation- cascading effect has been eradicated by this Uniformity of tax Concept of CST is no more presentGST has replaced most of

The students of Globsyn Business School's Post Graduate Programme in International Business (PGPIB) recently visited Lincoln University, Malaysia as part of their International Business curriculum.Day of Arrival: 19th August, 2018 (Sunday) We reached our respective hostels in the morning. At around 5 pm local time, all of us went to KL tower complex for city tour. Day 1: August 20, 2018 (Monday)1st Half:A brief description of the Lincoln University and a corporate presentation was shown to us, followed by Dr. Amiya Bhowmick's session, the Vice Chancellor and CEO of Lincoln University College. He highlighted on the following points:Identifying oneself as more than an ordinary person, like an Entrepreneur or a CEO Listening to things carefully Understanding things and trying to implement ideas that might help and contribute to the society Trying to enhance the soft skills which contribute to almost 80% of

On September 12, 2018, we, the students of Globsyn Business School, felt extremely lucky and privileged to be able to listen to Prof. Ranjan Das, Chairman, The Strategy Academy, deliver a lecture on 'Global Business Strategy' at our campus.During the session, we had the following takeaways.The 'OLI Model' for Internationalisation Strategy which describes the Ownership (O), Location (L) and Internationalisation (I) of some specific capabilities was one of the models we learned for the same. It describes the competitive advantage of enterprises seeking to engage in direct investment. The greater the competitive of the investing firms, the more they are likely to engage in their foreign production.The 'CAGE Distance' framework identifies cultural, administrative, geographic and economic differentiation between countries that companies should address when crafting international strategies. It may be used to understand patterns of trade, capital, information, and people

“Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.” - Chinese ProverbThe experience of working during my internship at Tata Steel was fascinating and the experience I got was enough to encourage me as I advanced into my career.I realized very early during my SIP days that it is important to maintain punctuality in order to be successful. Another key to success entails that an individual has to have a professional attitude in order to fit into the competitive market. At the same time one should have the ability to network with people in the chosen professional field. My project was to figure out the satisfaction level of customers in the canteens of the company, and I learned that customer service is a very difficult task, you cannot please everyone.There are a

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

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,

As per convention, KSRM organized Sangati 2K18 – the 5th installment of their Annual Student Assemblage on 23rd and 24th of August, 2018. The KIIT Competition comprises of various events created to evaluate the managerial, technical and lingual prowess of a participant. Over nineteen B Schools (XIMB - Bhubaneswar, IMI - Bhubaneswar, Utkal Universily, Welingkar - Mumbai and others) from the length and breadth of our nation participated in this widely acclaimed event. Seven Globsynites of Batch 2018-20 namely, Aparup Biswas, Amar Sonpal, Debayan Das, Mithun Chatterjee, Preetam Ghosh, Riddhi Bose and Tisha Ghosh, were lucky enough to able to represent Globsyn Business School in this prestigious event that saw pan India student participation. Out of the heterogeneity of events, the one event where we stood out was, 'Story Scaping'. In this event, the contestants had to elucidate on a particular topic

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

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