Tag: MBA-ITBM

Is Apple still an powerhouse for innovation?

Edited By – Akash Goel   Is Apple still a creative, solid contender or is it turning into a specialty player compared to Android and Windows? – a question that I came across during the recent cramming sessions. There is by all accounts a common feeling that something is...

The Law of Attraction – By Runali

There was this famous dialogue in the movie ‘OM SHANTI OM’, “Kehte hain ki …… Agar kisi cheez ko dil se chaaho to puri kayanat usey tumse milane ki koshish mein lag jaati hai.” When someone comes across this dialogue for the first time, it would seem like just...

Breaking The Legacy: Union & Railway Budget Merger — By Divya

Edited By – Akash Goel   During British era, the Railway Budget was part of the General Budget initially. Based on the recommendation of Acworth Committee, the Rail Budget was separated from the union budget in 1924 and this system was followed till now. But the Government has decided to...

War Of The Gods : The Infosys Crisis — By Souptik Sur

Reviewed By – Akash Goel   Infosys, a big name in the world of IT, has been going through an internal tussle which in turn is hampering the brand value of the organization. Vishal Sikka, the chief executive who was brought in to turn around India’s Infosys three years...

Make in India or Make for India? – By Isha

Make in India was launched by the Government of India in September, 2014. It has been active for three years and has raised many expectations from the Indian market. Make in India or MII was put forward to try and encash the benefits that India, as a nation, might...

Nick Vijucic – Life Without Limits !! – By Sayali Sawant

Reviewed By – Akash Goel Just imagine going through your routine day to day activities without the support of your hands and legs! Picture your entire life without the ability to walk around on your own or even embrace those you love the most. But there exists one man...

Ethics of AI : Building Technology that benefits people and society

Edited By – Akash Goel Humans are intrinsically wired to resist technology. Technology has for hundreds of years introduced tension between the need for innovation and the pressure to maintain continuity and social order. The very debates and concerns surrounding artificial intelligence, robotics, gene editing and others mirror the...