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With so many career choices, finding the right postgraduate educational program to enroll in can be a challenge. However, if its business th...

MBA - A perfect choice for your personal and professional development


With so many career choices, finding the right postgraduate educational program to enroll in can be a challenge. However, if its business that you want to pursue then it’s a good idea to enroll yourself in a program that will provide you with requisite knowledge, skills and ethics to fit into the right business community. That being said, an MBA might just be your cup of tea!

What is an MBA?

MBA or Master of Business Administration is a graduate degree that focuses on structural, analytical and ethical applications of business. Students are required to choose a specialization typically in accounts, marketing or entrepreneurship.

Why opt for an MBA?

MBA is primarily for those seeking a shift from their current field(typically into finance and consulting roles) or for progression with an already established career. The MBA curriculum seeks to provide corporations with candidatesof the required managerial skills needed to run them.

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Benefits of an MBA


Advancement in Your Career

If your current career path is way too irrelevant for your aptitude and interests, MBA allows you the flexibility to explore your options and provides required training to switch careers. On other hand, if you are satisfied with your current field, a training in master of business administration can facilitate a faster climb to the managerial level within your field.

Be Your Own Boss

If you want to set up your own business, but unsure whether you possess the necessary expertise to launch a start-up, an MBA degree can prepare you to do everything from writing a business plan to acquiring venture capital to launching an IPO.

Ideal for Networking

MBA provides an excellent platform for meeting new people, developing important relationships that will serve you well throughout your business career. The connections that you make are the most valuable aspect of the MBA, so make sure to capitalize on opportunities in and out of the classroom during your MBA studies.

Earn More

Salary packages and job security will always be our top priority when it comes to jobs. Well, its good news for those with an MBA. In comparison to other employees within any establishment, an MBA is usually better and more heavily compensated. 


Post an MBA, you will be like this whole different person with a new outlook towards life and the business world, confidence and professionalism oozing from the very core of your being.

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Any discussion you hear around yourself today will always either be about technology or will eventually lead to it. Its almost as if you can...

Kotlin: The new language for developers

Any discussion you hear around yourself today will always either be about technology or will eventually lead to it. Its almost as if you cannot name human race without naming technology. And the strong supporting cast and crew behind this blockbuster are none other than the developers.

Developer or amateur, we all have some idea about programming languages and how they work. Either we have heard it from our coder friends or at some point during our careers or career building years we ourselves have tried (and failed) to learn the art of programming. However, there are those “chosen” few, who have that in-built flair in the mentioned field and who effortlessly write huge codes without a grumble.

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So, to the developers out there, you obviously are aware of basic languages such as C, C++, Java and also some lesser known ones such as Python and Oracle. 

Here’s an ode to the latest programming language: Kotlin
Kotlin is developed by a team from JetBrains programmers, the creators of IntelliJ Java IDE, based in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Kotlin is an open source, statically-typed programming language that runs on JVM (Java Virtual Machine) and android which combines the features of object oriented and functional programming. 

It’s expressive, crisp and powerful but best of all it is interoperable or back compatible with Java. Meaning, you can use the same Java Libraries and also the program written in Kotlin can be converted to Java and vice versa. JetBrains provides simple but powerful Java to Kotlin converters and can generate Java and JavaScript from Kotlin code. 

Until May 2017, the only supported languages for Android were Java and C++. Adding another feather to its cap is the recent verdict at Google I/O 2017, where Google announced official support for Kotlin on Android. Kotlin aims to bridge the gap of a missing modern language for Android platform.

When it comes to Kotlin vs. Java, the answer is simple. Kotlin codes are safer and more concise than their Java counterparts and since Kotlin and Java can coexist in Android apps, Kotlin is not only useful for new apps but also for updating existing Java apps.

For the experimenting and the curious kind, this is an entire new arena to explore. 

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