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Being a trailblazer in various path-breaking pedagogic techniques over 20 years, and following its legacy of being ahead of the curve in adopting technology to aid the various systems and processes of an academic institution, Globsyn Business School (GBS) has become the first AICTE approved B-school in India to use Blockchain for education in order to digitise its certification process – a feat that has yet to be achieved by any other academic institutions in India, and among the very few to have taken this disruptive step globally. Globsyn Business School's Class of 2018 who got convocated on February 17, 2019, are the first students in the country to have their diplomas on Blockchain. The process of Blockchain certification will not only be beneficial to students and corporates, but also to other stakeholders like higher academic institutions and the education system

The session started with glimpses of different effects that drive a market and slowly it progressed into a broader side of Economics i.e. Balance of Payments which actually forms the base of current Financial Market. Mr. Anindya Banerjee, an alumni of Globsyn Business School, effortlessly reflected his insight about the market scenario which he has gained through experiential learning. He discussed on the entire Balance of Payment (BOP) and concluded it in terms of accounting statement. In this context, he told that the Accounting Standards prepared by The Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) is called the Balance of Payment Mechanisms 6 (BPM 6). This technique is used almost by every Government in the world. The NRI can access the two kinds of bank accounts which are Non-Resident External (NRE) and Non-Resident Ordinary (NRO) accounts. The concept of Surplus and Deficit came

Students of Globsyn Business School (GBS) organized 'Titanium' – the annual sports event, which continued for four days from December 17 to 20, 2018. The inauguration of the event was done on December 17 by the Dean, Registrar and Principal of GBS, along with the other faculty members at 2.30 pm on the playground of Globsyn. Titanium this year added many new games such as PUBG, Throwball and Chess along with games like Badminton, Carom and Table Tennis. All the students participated and enjoyed along with their studies. Organizing this kind of event in the institute not only motivated the students but also filled them with good spirit. This kind of event also teaches many aspects of management like HR, Operations, Marketing and Finance and gives a practical knowledge to all the students. For example, this time we faced a lot of

Human resource management regards training and development as a function concerned with organizational activity aimed at bettering the job performance of individuals and groups in organisational settings and one very important area of training & development which every company focuses on today for all the right reasons is communication. With this thought, the HR specialization students of Globsyn Business School (GBS) got the opportunity to have an incredible interactive session with Ms. Ria Mukherjee Basu (Faculty – Culture and Language Initiatives, TCS Talent Development) who is looking after nurturing of the TCS employees when it comes to communication and soft skills development. The session groomed the students on Employability Enhancement and Placement Mentoring. Ms. Basu enlightened us on how communication skills are extremely important in today’s scenario and how a good communicator can have that extra edge which can help the individual grow in

Hello everyone! Today I am going to share my experience of attending a corporate connect event, organised by Globsyn Business School, where Mr. Samindra Roy, eminent personality and partner of Unigrow Solutions, explained to us about the various management functions, which are dynamic social processed, needed to run an organization. Mr. Roy further added that careful ‘Planning’ is considered to be one of the prime management functions. Planning is future oriented and determines an organization’s direction. It is a rational and systematic way of making decisions today that will affect the future of the company. It is like an organized foresight as well as corrective hindsight. It involves the predicting of the future as well as attempting to control the events. An effective planning programme incorporates the effect of both external as well as internal factors. The external factors are shortages

As business students it is important for us to connect with the corporate world in order to know how it works how it functions. At Globsyn Business School we got this opportunity. Mr. Aditya Sharma, Senior Vice President of Boson Energy-Asia, came to our Campus to teach us the fundamentals of accounts and share his knowledge Managerial and Financial Accounting. We were taught the basics of accounts specifically trading account, profit loss account, balance sheet, trial balance observation etc. Finance background students were overjoyed with such an exposure of the finance world while students from non-commerce streams were happy to have learned so much in one day and as a result of which, their interest in finance increased. Mr. Sharma shared his vibrant experiences and gave us important inputs of how a trial balance is to be observed as well as how

Globsyn Business School arranged for a dance therapy class with Angira Chakravorty as a part of its corporate connect sessions, and it was indeed a wonderful opportunity for us, students, because we could de-stress ourselves of our academic tensions. We also got to learn the nuances of team building, trust, coordination, gaining confidence, revitalizing our minds through various body movements that ma'am taught us. I'm looking forward to many more such therapeutic sessions in the future. Amiya Paul PGPM-IB Batch – 04 Globsyn Business School   Last week we had excellent corporate session of business communication by Ms. Angira Chakrabarty. We learned many aspects of communication that we have to deal with, in the everyday life of an organization. The 'Dance Therapy for MBA Students' session was indeed very interesting, as it helped us to overcome the fear of being judged by others and to

Training and development is an integral part of any organization and the Human Resources department plays an important role in the span of an employee's total corporate life cycle. Though training and development has some generalization in a few aspects but, in each and every industry it differs as per requirement, and when it comes to an industry where staff are the only product, the importance of training becomes much more. Mr. Pradip Bandopadhyay, HR Head (East), G4S Securities met all the HR major and minor students of Globsyn Business School at a corporate connect session on September 13, 2018 to share his experience and to groom future HR Managers of the corporate world, about the importance of decision making during training processes. In today's corporate scenario, leading industries are training their staff on how to stay more updated and competent

We, the students of Globsyn Business School, consider ourselves privileged to be given the priceless opportunity to attend a series of Corporate Connect Programs and interact with the esteemed members of the corporate industry. The first one was with the members of NCDEX (National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited), an online commodity exchange, based in India. The august representatives from this organization, Mr. Jhunjhunwala and Miss Brinda Sengupta, explained to us about the whole Evolution of Commodity Exchange Market and about the present regulator, as on date, which is SEBI (Security Exchange Board of India). They also took the time and patience to explain to us, how 'Hedgers'*, 'Speculators'**, and 'Arbitrators'*** play a vital role in the exchange market scenarios. Then he explained to us about all the pros and cons of the various market scenarios, and how to certify and protect us from the

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

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