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Orientation Day of BBA and MBA Batches at Millennium School of Business –MSOB Delhi

by MSOB 28. August 2014 12:27

The 23rd August 2014 marked a red letter day, as we at Millennium School of Business (MSOB), held our orientation day launching of our new vibrant batches of BBA(3rd) and MBA(5th).  Our new BBA batch is a batch of 60 brilliant students with many of them having scored over 85% in their 12th Std. 

The orientation program was graced by some of the most experienced leaders from the corporate sector, among whom we had Mr Pravin Kumar Arora, General Manager, NeoKraft Global  Pvt Ltd. who has twenty five years of experience in the manufacturing sector of the automobile industry. His message to students was to master quality tools like six sigma, i.e. zero defect manufacturing, and to apply these tools not only in manufacturing sector, but also in real life as a student, employee, and as a person.  Another guest of honour was Mr. Sandeep Kapoor, Founder and President, CEO, RelioQuick , who   gave the new students a recipe of success with ingredients like importance of appreciation and time management, need to be self-critical instead of criticizing others, and the significance of being proactive as being essential to becoming successful. We also had an eminent academician, Dr C S Sharma, Director, MAIMS, who gave the young aspiring students the mantra “Give more than what you receive” as being the essence behind all great work of the world.

The entire orientation program was facilitated by the senior students with some excellent piece of anchoring by Surbhi Gaba and Vanya Khare, both students of MBA 3rd semester and had some sublime bit of mantra-recitation and song rendition by Deepak Panwar, another student from MBA 3rd semester, accompanied by Ashi Sharma, a student of BBA 5th semester, on guitar. The programme was a great start for the new comers as there was a fruitful interaction between the newcomers, senior students, and the faculty of our college post session. 

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BBA | General | MBA

Fear of Failure | How to overcome fear of Failure

by MSOB 1. May 2014 11:32


“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” ~Buddha.

Thinking influences actions. Sometimes, actions are situational. Thinking according to the situations is good when we think positively. For example., in a cricket match if a bowler takes more wickets, the batsman develops a kind of fright which pulls him down and he may give his wicket to a very loose ball. This is called fear of failure. This happens in our real life as well. This kind of phobia is called Atychiphobia. Atychiphobia is a Greek word; Atychi means unfortunate and phobia means fear. A person afflicted with Atychiphobia considers the possibility of failure so intensely that they choose not to take the risk. When a person is fails again and again in spite of trying hard, at some point in time he gives up trying, presuming that he may fail. In some other cases one may feel that he/she is unlucky, not talented enough or others are more talented and never try to do anything, picturizing themselves failing on attempting. 

“Fear of Failure” will never let us to do anything, even the simplest of all tasks. Our brain can generate 45000 to 50000 thoughts a day, and if most of them are negative, we will never develop a positive attitude towards anything. This fear will close all the doors of opportunities meant to reach your goals.

Let me give an example of how our brain thinks when we fear something. 

If a person is walking on the ground, he is confident enough to walk steadily without falling. If the same person is asked to walk on a rope in the same way as he walks on the ground, can he? Balancing on the rope without falling is not a physical task, but a mental task. Once he/she gets on to the rope his brain starts thinking about, what if I slip and fall down? Due to this the brain generates negative signals which create fear. 

What can we do to overcome the fear of failure?

The first thing that we need to develop to overcome the fear of failure , is to build a strong self confidence. Believe in your abilities and your strengths. You need to have faith on yourself first. No one in this world will believe you, unless you believe yourself. Self confidence can create great positive thoughts. Even if you don’t have technical knowledge or subject knowledge sometimes your confidence plays a major role in making you achieve or complete the task. As they say, “fortune favors the brave”, holds true in many cases. People who usually have fear of failure, feel unlucky as they never succeed. 

Example: It is human psychology that people try to search for the wall or objects for the support when there is complete darkness in the room. This happens even if we live in the same house for ages and when we are sure of the exact position of the objects. In the presence of light people are free to move here and there. In the absence of light our mind generates a kind of negative signal which causes fear and they search for the objects. People act in such a way not because of the absence of light it is because of fear of falling or hitting an object. 

Likewise there are many such cases where fear dominates our thinking which results in a negative outcome that is failure. Hence it is very important for every human being to create self confidence and to develop a positive attitude to overcome the fear of failure. 


Compiled by 


(MBA 2013-2015 Batch)

Millennium School of Business, Bangalore



My Ambition in Life | Importance of ambition in life | Management | MSOB | Bangalore

by MSOB 17. April 2014 09:02

What is your Ambition in life ?

Are we there yet? Is the question we ask ourselves? Life is a journey and as we know it is a continuous process till we reach the undetermined destination, death. Ambition is a determined destination in the journey of life. So to complete our life, we have to fulfill our ambition. For example, in racing, the racers drive their cars and their passion, to reach the target or determined destination. They urge themselves to attain their goal and to achieve their desire, appropriately called as ambition. 

Similarly, everyone has his or her own ambition to achieve and a dream to fulfill in life. In spite of the forces from outside, we need something to drive us from inside. We should have the thirst to achieve or to succeed and we should find a way to quench our thirst as well…..!! 

After all ambition differs with each individual’s perception. Someone calls it a part of life, whereas for others it is the entire life. While one tries hard, the other makes it simple. This is what the successful persons say Ambition is the strong desire packed with the ability to achieve it. 

Hence, the desire to achieve something is accompanied by valiant dreams. There are no limits to dream. Still the way we dream means a lot. Here we see some of the inspirational quotes by famous personalities. 

 “All people dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their mind, wake in the morning to find that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day are dangerous people, For they dream their dreams with eyes open, And make them come true.”D.H. Lawrence, an English poet and novelist. 

Dream of what you want to be. It may keep growing over a period of time and become an ambition. It might either build up or totally change in to a new one. Ambition will become stronger over a period of time. “At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon, and my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.”Salvador Dali, a Spanish painter, who also said, “Intelligence without ambition is a bird without wings.” 

Seed the plant of ambition in you. Water them with your efforts, regularly. Manage its growth over a period of time. In turn it'll fetch you the fruit called Success. Instead, idle dreaming won't help in any way. It is better to try something and fail, rather than try nothing. The people who did something, in spite of their failures, made a history of their own. And here are the few of them. 

“In any situation, the best thing you can do is the right thing; the next best thing you can do is the wrong thing; the worst thing you can do is nothing.” - Theodore Roosevelt, 26th United States president.

“Take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly, and try another. But by all means, try something.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt, 32nd United States president. 

It is said that ‘Failure is the stepping stone to success’ which means try something and after every failure you will learn something. But it is also said that ‘Bricks are necessary to build a wall’ which means before you fail, you have to try something, efforts are necessary to build up our ambition.   

Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great people make you feel that you too can become great. We should be the master of our own ideas and let the ambition do the rest. 

So, after all, it’s your time to have a worthy Ambition and to make a history. Now fasten your seatbelts and get your jet packs on. Be more Ambitious and far more Precious…!! Good Luck…!! 


Compiled by - Lokesh. C – MBA – 2013-2015 Batch – Millennium School of Business, Bangalore


General | MBA

MSOB Bangalore participate in the program on Big Data and HR Analytics

by MSOB 26. March 2014 09:55

As a part of the activities related to building better industry interface, the students of MBA Program at Millennium School of Business, Bangalore got an opportunity to participate in the program on Big Data and HR Analytics, which was held at MSOB, Bangalore Campus on  22nd Feb. 2014.

The key speaker for this program was Mr. Sebi Chacko – Chief Human Resource Officer from Strides, the participants included few members from the Corporates and students of MSOB, Bangalore.

The program on big data analytics had given an immense exposure to all of us. It has given an opportunity to know how an HR department in an organization manages the HR data inflows, we learnt how we can use the technology while short listing the candidates by using their profiles or resumes. Meanwhile the trainer has explained about the Spire technology software and demonstrated few features of the software.

In the session the trainer explained that how the data is stored in huge in numbers. It will be difficult to search and select the right candidate, without using the software programs. They also showed is easy to select a particular candidate for the role. It is efficient and cost effective by using the key words as per their requirements the option provided by the software, it will search and fetch the candidates list from various job portals. Among the list we can short list the candidates for our requirements.


BIG DATA: Big data is used to describe a massive volume of both structured and unstructured data that is so large that it's difficult to process using traditional database and software techniques.


HR ANALYTICS: Human resource analytics is an area in the field of analytics that refers to applying analytic processes to the human resource department of an organization in the hope of improving employee performance and therefore getting a better return on investment. HR analytics does not just deal with gathering data on employee efficiency. Instead, it aims to provide insight into each process by gathering data and then using it to make relevant decisions about how to improve these processes.


This particular session had helped us being the students of Management / MBA Program to understand the different ways of analyzing or short listing the candidates profiles and to know the current technological advancement in talent search used by the Industry.

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Industrial Visit to Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited at MSOB Bangalore

by MSOB 16. January 2014 08:41

On 25th Nov 2013, the students of 1st and 2nd year MBA students from Millennium School of Business, Bangalore were taken for a industrial visit to Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited (KSDL) established in 1916, located at Rajaji Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka. It is a company owned by Government of Karnataka. In the early 20th century, the Mysore Kingdom in India was one of the largest producers of sandalwood in the world. It was also one of the major exporters of the wood, most of which was exported to Europe. They Produce Mysore Sandal Soaps. Personal Care, Perfumes Cosmetics & Detergents

They gave a presentation regarding the industry how it was started, process of making Soap and Detergent step by step and their uniqueness in the field of Soaps and Detergents. They explained in the video how they have updated the technology in making a better soap and useful for the customers. The students got to know its uniqueness and its brand all around the world. They saw how the labourers are working hard to make these soaps despite the hurdles they face. 

Then students were taken to the Packing section of Mysore sandal soap where all the machines related to the packing and the workers are placing each and every intermediate product on the machine which then goes for complete packing by collecting the soap and then putting a cover on the soap with the Logo and Brand name placed. They have 3-4 more sections such as production, manufacturing sections, even though we had limited access to the various department, it was a learning experience for all our students.

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Guest Lecture on Retail Banking and Opportunities at MSOB Bangalore Campus

by MSOB 16. January 2014 08:35

On 30th October 2013, we had a guest lecture with Mr. Joshi Paul Veliyath, VP & Circle Head from HDFC bank. 

Our College Director Mr. Prakash welcomed Mr. Joshi with a bouquet and Ms. Pragati introduced him to us by going through his profile that includes his educational qualification, work experience, gradual development in his career as a regional manager, national and international publications etc.         Mr. Joshi started his lecture with what is banking, types of banking in particular retail banking. He explained the process where retail banking functions in real life situations. 

Mr. Joshi briefed about the various career opportunities in finance and banking domain, he also dealt about credit and debit card flaws with his real life examples. 

He showed us motivational and inspirational videos such as Bhag Milka Bhaag trailer that says never give up in any kind of situation. Similarly he showed some more video  clips that are inspiring and also quotes in each and every slide. Then he explained how to prepare for competitive exam and interview by giving HDFC bank as an example. Finally Director presented a memento. Such guest Lectures certainly help us in knowing what the industry expects from the MBA Graduate and how to prepare for the future.

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Fresher's Party At Millennium School Of Business

by MSOB 1. November 2013 12:17

It's the time of the year again when we realise how far we have come, and yet how much more there is to do...

The formal fresher’s party was held on 27th of October 2013 at the much loved campus of Millennium School of Business- Delhi. They were joined by the faculty, staff our Executive Director, & Campus Director for extending their best to the new lives at MSOB. The day gave a sample of the best of student life, another chance to make new friends, to get advice on all aspects of student life. 

The fresher’s carnival started with lamp lightning, followed by dazzling performances by the fresher’s (MBA & BBA), then came the special title round   “Mr.  & Mrs. Fresher”. The enjoyment went a step ahead when the Millennium School Of Business “T-Shirt” unveiling ceremony took place, which was unveiled by Mr. Harpreet Singh (Executive Director- ERHEL).

Well that was the formal part of it, once the shade of evening touched in, the crowd pulled out all stops and went into a crazy state of frenzied dancing. A good mix of regional, hindi and english songs helped break the barriers between the two batches.

It's always nice to welcome the new batch of MBA & BBA.

Have a nice time at MSOB- Delhi.

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Industrial Visit to PARLE, BAHADURGARH by MSOB students

by MSOB 24. September 2013 11:06

16th Sept, 2013,PARLE:

Our college Millennium School of Business organized an industrial visit to Parle on 16th Sept, 2013. Parle is known and recognized by everyone. Parle’s biscuits are largely consumed all over. Parle’s other products are also making their market share like fulltoss, etc.

We started from college by 9:00AM in morning. We reached there by 10:30AM.One representative from Parle greeted us on the gate. Then we proceeded towards auditorium.

We saw an animated movie. The movie showcased Parle’s major products, its evolution and manufacturing process of biscuits, chips, etc. Then , we were taken around the factory and we practically saw the manufacturing  process of brands like Parle-G, Parle’s chips, Krack jack etc. It was a great experience to see manufacturing process practically. It was fun to learn by observing. Exposure to actual working conditions made better understanding on the management concepts that were taught to us in class at MSOB.

The industrial visit was very informative. We could make out how efficiently and effectively the manufacturing was done. We could relate to the management concepts that were taught in the class room like division of work,  etc.We really enjoyed the visit end we are looking forward for more industrial  visits.

Pallavi Aneja
BBA batch





Teacher’s Day Celebration at Millennium School of Business

by MSOB 5. September 2013 11:28

September 5, 2013: For students the teachers are a source of inspiration & knowledge not only during their academic period but also throughout their lifetime whether it be personal or professional life.

The BBA & MBA students at Millennium School of Business campus started their day today by warmly greeting their faculties to pay gratitude to their teachers for their selfless efforts in shaping their career and helping the students constantly for their bright future.

The ceremony kicked off with Teacher’s day speech and cake cutting and ended with some eventful activities played among teachers and students, therefore, making the day memorable and exciting.

 Millennium School of Business wishes all the teachers a very “Happy Teacher’s Day”.




MSOB welcomes its New MBA batch 2013-2015

by MSOB 22. August 2013 05:33

Delhi’s reputed management institute Millennium School of Business inaugurated their MBA batch on 19th August 2013. The fresh batch of MBA students’, infused with liveliness were greeted by academia and industry professionals who gave them a head start for their path making two years at the college.

The day commenced with Sarawati Vandana and lamp lighting by the guests and  went ahead when the faculty and guests narrated stories and involved the students though various management games and activities.

The guests of honor- Prateek Dubey, Head – Vice President- HR, Coke and Nirmal Singh Raghav, Head- HR (U.P , west)- Idea Cellular Ltd. , both motivated and guided the students which left with them some golden words that they might remember in years to come.

Mr Prateek Dubey spoke about his journey from being a student to how he could achieve success in his career. The students learnt through his experience and also understood what was the key  to becoming  a successful manager. He talked about being true to oneself and how a perfect mix of dedication in academics and extracurricular activities could eventually make you a holistic individual.

Mr.Nirmal Singh spoke about soft skills, importance of acquiring knowledge and applying it, and how people’s skills like listening and dialogue can tranform the life of individuals and organisations. He spoke about cognitive learning and the importance of continual and sustained knowledge assimilation.

On the occasion Mr Harpreet Singh greeted the stduents. “ We at MSOB leave no stone unturned to provide you with the best opportunity for placement by getting the top companies to our campus, what we need is your dedication to strive towards excellence while keeping in mind the key values of Excellence,Passion for Learning,Integrity,Sharing,Innovation,Ownership and Joy”.

The MSOB MBA course has been designed to empower the participants through quality education focusing on innovation, entrepreneurship and benchmarked management techniques. The institute aims to create an environment in which students undergo a process of experiential learning through exposure to a range of real world practical problems and utilizing opportunities to apply learned skills in diverse business situations.

The institute has invested in the latest technology to ensure that our technological capabilities meet the cutting edge requirements of the industry to promote learning and to facilitate student placements. The combination of academic programs ensures that our graduates are attractive to recruiter's in today's competitive global market.

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