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ICICI Business Leadership Programme is an initiative by ICICI Bank in partnership with NIIT University to deliver Master of Business Administration (MBA – Finance & Banking) programme with specialization in finance and banking. It aims to provide opportunities to professionals, who demonstrate an aptitude for the banking industry, to get identified and nurtured as future business leaders. It provides a career leap to business leadership positions and an opportunity to serve corporate India.
ICICI Bank has not only championed India’s growth story but also developed world class business leaders for the nation.We believe that the next decade will require a new breed of bankers in specialized functions of the Bank to lead this process. With this view, ICICI Bank and NIIT University have come together to equip domain experts with banking knowledge and skills and transform them as business leaders..
How can I apply?
Log on to www.icicicareers.com and fill up the application form online. Important dates for the selection process will be announced shortly for which you will get an e-mail/SMS.
Which are the locations at which the process is being conducted?
The process is likely to be conducted at the following locations:
Bangalore Mumbai Chandigarh Kolkata Chennai Ahmedabad Delhi Hyderabad Pune Jaipur
* The above centers are likely to change.
Who can apply?
The application criteria are the following:
Working professionals who are CAs / Engineers / Graduates in any discipline(s).
Academic qualifications – Graduates from engineering, IT, finance, economics, law, commerce, statistics etc / Chartered Accountants / Professionals with varied work experience (including shop floor professionals).
Minimum 60 % in 12th and 10th examination boards each and minimum 55% in graduation.
Work Experience after graduation- Minimum of 3 years (full time experience across industries).
Age- Applicants should not exceed 30 years of age (as on October 29, 2014)
Candidates with exceptionally rich work experience may be given a dispensation in terms of academic performance on a case-by-case basis if recommended by the Admissions Committee.
**Only short-listed applicants will be invited for the selection process.
While filling the online application form, please note following:
Give the percentage up to two decimal places, for e.g. if you have 75% fill 75.00
Convert CGPA and Grade to percentage
Give total full time relevant experience (after completing graduation)
CAs- 3 years of relevant work experience excludes internship experience
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The Bonita Trust, the Israel Asia Leaders Fellowship, and the Sofaer International MBA at Tel Aviv University present a unique scholarship opportunity for Indian Female Entrepreneurs.
The Bonita Trust Israel-India Leaders Scholarship includes:
- Full tuition at Tel Aviv University’s International MBA
- Full participation in the Israel-Asia Leaders Fellowship
- Potential seed funding for an Israel-India venture following program
- Relevant for the 2014-15 academic year
- Applicants must meet the admission guidelines for both the Sofaer International MBA and the Israel-Asia Leaders Fellowship
- GMAT or GRE is required
Interested applicants are asked to complete the following form.
Questions can be sent to:
Sofaer International MBA: Rebecca Ash, Admission Director, email@example.com
Israel-Asia Leaders Fellowship: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to the combination of an engineering school that is as brutally difficult to get into as any in the world, Mumbai’s famed spirit of ‘dhanda’, and relatively low rentals, a new breed of risk-taking, entrepreneurial talent is turning Powai – which once lay sleepily around a picturesque lake – into India’s new hotspot for start-ups. It already houses more than 50 start-ups, and there are many others lining up to enter. (In a nod to its emergence as a business hotspot, a bunch of new upmarket pubs and restaurants have sprung up.)
While some of these ventures are bootstrapping, others are flush with funds but together they fuel an ecosystem which, venture capitalists say could, possibly be India’s answer to Silicon Valley and London’s Silicon Roundabout.
What is brewing in Powai Valley, a moniker given by VCs, is unlike Bangalore and the NCR, largely because most of the start-ups in Powai are in the consumer space whether it’s internet or mobile. Also, the Mumbai suburb is supported by talent coming from IIT-B, giving it an edge over other cities, in the long run.
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Here are 20 business lessons that might just save you a headache -
1. You can’t do everything on your own
2. You may think your product is perfect, your clients won’t
3. Do one thing really well
4. Get paid before you hand over a project to your client
5. Undercharging is not sustainable in the long run
6. Patience and sustainability help you tide over hard times
7. Build for your actual market
8. Never enter a partnership without a buy / sell agreement
And many more………….
Click Here for the full story at Forbes