MBA is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance

MBA is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance (English, Paperback, Krishna Kranthi)

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MBA is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance  (English, Paperback, Krishna Kranthi)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Nivasini Publishers
  • ISBN: 9789350675007, 9350675005
  • Edition: 2013
  • Pages: 176
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Like many, Revant has dreamt of getting that fancy and highly regarded MBA degree. After working hard, finally he gets an admission to one of the top Indian B-schools. His excitement is short lived as the overwhelming pressure and the vague defin­itions of management boggle him down. He gets frustrated with the people around him who see MBA as a purpose of earning higher salary and getting superior designations and indulging in unneeded arrogance. He thinks this is not what he wanted to learn out of his MBA. But then, something changes and Revant experiences the true purpose of pursuing an MBA. An inside story of MBA graduates, the book helps one realize that real purpose of a MBA degree is not confined to money, blazer, arrogance but it is more than that.

About the Author
Krishna Kranthi is a management professional from Hyderabad. He has pursued his studies from CBIT, worked with lnfosys, Amazon be­fore pursuing his MBA from SPJIMR, Mumbai. In his own words, he describes himself as "Eccentric, Honest, Optimistic and Passionate". This is his first novel. [www.krishnakranthi.com, hello@krishnakranthi.com]

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  • 2013
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  • Krishna Kranthi
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21 Ratings &
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A Must read for MBA Aspirants

'MBA is Not about Money, Blazer, Arrogance' exemplifies what an MBA education is all about and clears the myth that many people may have. The book caters not only to those who want pursue MBA but also to others as it seldom contains business jargons.

The story of a young man who wishes to pursue MBA without a concrete reason and in the process gains the real meaning, would certainly be of a great help for those sailing in the same boat. It gives a fair idea about how life at...
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Sreekanth Talpur

5 Apr, 2013

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A must read book...!!!

Had a great experience reading this book. Book is really very nice and the one who will read this,definately going to change his/her purpose of doing MBA. I would say every MBA aspirant should read this book. This book has a lesson to learn from life. It even tells that how MBA turns a person into a good citizen. And last but not the least, Vigyan Ashram is doing a great job.
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Aditya Agarwal

11 Apr, 2013

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AMAZING!!! Born to be a Bestseller!!

To all those proud degree holders who have led their path so far either by compulsion or lack of apt exposure, this book is your chance to get yourself EDUCATED. If whole of your life you have bought what TV told you to, dressed what Bollywood/Cricket stars or society made you to, and thinks as school programmed you to, well, this book will push you to make a CHOICE. It will guide you to make a well informed decision by yourself.

Let me share an important lesson I have learned about life: ...
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Manish Kumar

1 Apr, 2013

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For those who are planning to do an MBA

Would recommend this book to all those who are searching on why they should do an MBA.
you get a sneak peek of what all happens in an MBA via author's story.
just 200 pages book, so good-quick read for a weekend.
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Piyush Rathi

1 Apr, 2013

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Great Book..Must Read !

Great read from a first time author. A new Chetan Bhagat in the making. Well crafted story with a good message. I really liked the introduction of each chapters, some of them take you back to those childhood days. Good luck to the author
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Leela

1 Apr, 2013

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A must for a MBA Student

Book starts off on a funny note , then tracks the b school journey of the protagonist and you just dont want to put it down.All students can very well relate to the chaos,emotions and " that girl in my life" episode in their MBA lives. The role of professor Subodh is very well narrated. The experiences of students from their aspirations,career workshops,international immersion, Social experience are all very well written. I will give it a 5 out of 5.
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Aravindan Balasubramanian

26 Apr, 2013

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Does the job

The author wrote about personal journey while pursuing MBA & raised important question Why MBA. Through this book he emphasised the importance of Value Creation by Skill development & giving back to Society. It is a good book for light reading.
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A Thinly Disguised Autobiography, Methinks.

An enjoyable read from author Krishna Kanthy about the joys and sorrows of studying for an MBA degree. The main character Revant is closely associated with the author.

Highly recommended for anyone interested in reading of modern Indian life, or for for anyone interested in studying for an MBA. Honest and straightforward writing, with a touch of idealism.
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Maria Perry Mohan

25 Jul, 2013

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Good one

I like the love story in this book. Author has good narration skills. MBA aspirants should not miss this one. Looking forward to read the new books from this author. All the best and happy reading.............
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Devender Komati Reddy

3 Apr, 2013

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