A fight for autonomy, scramble for faculty, foreign players at the
doors...Indian business education is awash with change this year. But
the biggest change is in BT
's ranking of B-schools.
The objectivity and rigour of our B-school survey, which covered 1,732
respondents across 13 cities in five categories, is growing by the year
(this is the twelfth time we have ranked business schools).
High prices of Hilsa this year break the hearts of Bengalis.
Bernd Vogel talks to N. Madhavan about new ways of harnessing organisational energy.
Starring: Deepak Ohri, Ameera Shah, Andrea Jung, Jocelyn Vigreux, Mohamad Ali
Godrej Consumer Products Managing Director A. Mahendran admires Nelson Mandela.
The wrenching churn of global equity markets may just be the perfect
setting to usher in India's next growth wave: reforms of its
institutions that have played an important role in its high growth. However, the key question remains - whether India's institutions are up to dealing
with an economy on the threshold of touching $2 trillion.
From sporty chronographs to classic luminous dials, choose a watch which
debunks the maxim that luxury is the privilege of the rich. Minus hefty
price tags, these timepieces stun with form and function.
Research and analytics has become an attractive job option.
Maruti transferred the Swift waitlist from the old product to the new.
Can India actually become a hub of
low-cost auto manufacturing? After reading your cover story (Rough Ride, August
21), one is not very optimistic.
The new takeover code tries to juggle the interests of different stakeholders, say Nishchal Joshipura and Arun Scaria.
Dealing with the Downgrade: The Great American Dream has not exactly ended, but economists, policy makers, traders and the public are spending some sleepless nights trying to figure out whether all is well with the world's economic superpower.
Avoid any diet that guarantees weight loss, says Anumeha Chaturvedi.