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If you have been reading my previous two posts, you will already know that today marks the start of the General Management module. The subjects in this module include:
- Decision Analysis and Simulation
- Negotiation Skills
- Business Law
- Business Environment
- Business Strategy
- International Business
- Leadership and Change Management
Whew! Eight subjects and a number of extra-curricular activities. That’s enough to keep us on our toes every moment. The module had a fabulous kick-start, with two outstanding lectures.
The first one:
Professor Jiban K. Mukhopadhyay
Former Chief Economic Advisor
The Tata Group
And, the second one (a guest lecture):
Mr. Rajrishi Singhal
The Economic Times
Mr. Singhal talked about “Public Policy in the Financial Sector.” He’s an excellent speaker and had us gripped on to every word. This was followed by a Q & A session that brought out the depth in Mr. Singhal’s knowledge and understanding of the economy.
What a great way to start the module! I have an inkling that this module is going to be a very enriching one.
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