CONNECTIONS is back with its much awaited December Issue and lots of happiness and experiences to share. In the time period between September and December Alumni
Relations Cell has been busy organizing the Alumni meet –
NOSTALGIA 2012. And we are proud to report that it was a
sparkling success. If a picture is worth a thousand words,
our cover page should say it all.
IBS Hyderabad, by itself has been a madhouse of activities
with each club coming up with its own signature concoctions
of events. The success and fun are all spoken of in the coming pages. Our esteemed Alumni and Faculty members as well as students have shared their experiences and wisdom
to make the December Issue of CONNECTIONS, not only an
interesting read but also a potpourri of interesting information. Until the next time we meet, you can be assured to witness
many more informative and interactive events from our side.
We take the opportunity to uncover the Alumni Conclave &
the Mentorship Program aimed to be hosted this year. We will also be continuing with our Guest Lecture Series, which was
received with much success and encouragement.
It is our constant endeavor to get the Alumni closer to the Institute. Hence, we would request you, the Alumni to help us in our effort by providing us with your feedback and suggestions. Also, If you want to inquire about the events of the A lumni
Stay Connected to your Alma Mater through Social networking Sites: Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/arc.ibshyd
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/
LinkedIn: http://in.linkedin.com/pub/ibs-hyderabadalumni-relations-cell/57/580/ba3 Wish you a very happy and prosperous year ahead.
See you in 2013.
Stay in touch!
NOSTALGIA ISSUE | DECEMBER 2012
RAHUL JAIN (IBS Hyderabad)
PRASAD MADINANI (IBS Ahmedabad)
ISHITA KHAR (IBS Gurgaon)
Dr. KALYANA CHAKARVARTY
SURYA ARAVIND (Class of 2014)
VIKAS RANJAN (Class of 2014)
MONEY MATTERS CLUB
NOSTALGIA ISSUE | DECEMBER 2012
ave you ever pondered over
this question, „What‟s your DNA?‟
Just like each one‟s DNA is unique,
so is each one. We are all unique in
different ways given the combination of age, gender, culture, region, upbringing, education, attitude, and
most important of all, our experiences in life. When each of us is so unique, then why is it so that people often look for one-fit-solution for all problems or ambitions. Both in
Life & career, look for something
& the very
The problem in the world is not
scarcity of talent. Each one of us is
gifted with some unique talent but
very few of us have actually realized
it and even fewer of them have explored it to make it big. The worst of all is that many know it and yet do
not follow it due to worldly pressures of acceptance. Think of how Sania Mirza thought of entering a
men dominated arena of tennis in
India, Mother Teresa decided to
dedicate her life for passing the
You have got to explore within, for
an answer to who you are, what is it
that differentiates you from the people around you. And until you find an answer, you would never be able
to accomplish anything significant
in life. Moreover, you will be just
drifting away with the wind and not
carving a path for yourself. When
you join the masses, first thing,
there‟s too much of...
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