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1.) Career Development Resources

Career in MBA & professional development will help students to make their career vision and will equip them with the tools and knowledge needed by them to achieve success in their career we help you & work with you to realize your leadership qualities. With the help of workshops, events and other resources, you can discover the career path which suits you the best.

One-on-one career coaching

While your pursuance of course through NIBS, career counselors will be available to you one-on-one at every step of your course and beyond. Our experienced career counselors will help you to craft for your exams, assignments and will prepare you for interview and offer negotiations, and will help you to improve networking techniques

Career Development programs and Events

NIBS formal recruitment will start with several programs organized and panel of counselors that will help you to establish a fundamental understanding of various sectors in which you can pursue your career-Finance, Marketing, Mechanical, IT, Civil etc.

Ongoing recruitment assistance can be forgone if you dream to start your own venture. You can learn a lot through informative sessions provided by our career counselors, alumni and company representatives, our courses will help you to become more educated and successful in your career.

In addition we also offers services like developing skills in areas such as networking, interviewing, resume and cover letter writing and negotiations. We often organize career related events which plays an important part in your career education and will greatly inform the choices that you make.


2.) NIBS Case Development

Case writing is a vital force behind research at NIBS. NIBS case studies have helped refine the skills and business judgment of tens of thousands of students, practitioners, and academics across the world. The Institute is continually expanding and refreshing course content as NIBS faculty write new cases that span the globe, industries, disciplines, and organizational forms in the public, private for profit, and non-profit spaces. As its faculty continues to develop case studies, the Institute is shaping business learning and educating future leaders in a positive way for years to come.

What is a case study?

The NIBS case study is a teaching vehicle that presents students with a critical management issue and serves as a springboard to lively classroom debate in which participants present and defend their analysis and prescriptions. The average case is 15 to 20 pages long (about 7 to 12 pages of prose and 5 to 7 pages of tables and figures). The two main types of cases at the Institute are field cases based on onsite research, and library cases written solely from public sources. Moreover, in 2005, the Institute’s case studies developing department began producing multimedia cases that provide a rich learning experience by bringing together video, audio, graphics, animation, and other mediums.

Case research and writing

At NIBS, case research and writing are connected and mutually reinforcing. Cases provide the opportunity for faculty to assess and develop ideas, spark insights on nascent research questions early in a project, illustrate theory in practice, and get feedback in the classroom on those very concepts. In addition, case writing provides faculty a means to collaborate and to develop research ideas both across disciplines and across institutions.

Field case development is a dynamic and collaborative process in which faculty engage business or governmental leaders, sometimes working together with a colleague at NIBS or at other academic institutions. The case studies for NIBS are a helpful resource to organizations interested in working with the Institute on a case. Case leads are identified based on a faculty’s teaching purpose and may arise as the result of a past relationship with an executive, a former student, or from a professor’s interest in exploring with a company’s management team a situation that would provide a meaningful learning experience. NIBS works closely with host organizations to guarantee confidentiality.

3.) Social Responsibility

NIBS aims at creating compassionate and socially responsive citizens. It is therefore required to arouse the social conscience of students by exposing them to realities of life and bring a change in their social perception. To bring this change the Institution organizes a number of activities every year since its inception. Some of the activities are:-

Visit to Senior Citizen Homes

The Institution organized visits to Senior Citizen Homes. The objective of the visit is to inculcate a sense of responsibility towards the abandoned and secluded sections of society. Students from different classes visited and spend time with senior citizens, listen to their joys and sorrows and try to fill their monotonous lives with love, affection and warmth.

Medical Camps and Motivation for Blood Donation Camp

NIBS organized Medical Camps in villages in collaboration with a team of doctors from reputed hospitals and the Institution makes arrangements for distribution of free medicines to the needy. Also eye check up and dental check up camps are organized for the students. Through such camps, the members also motivate students to take part in ‘Blood Donation Programme’ to take pledge to donate blood for giving a new life to human beings.

Environment Protection through Plantation Drives

The Institution organized plantation campaigns regularly to involve the young generation to work for the cause of environment protection as a token of gratitude to the Mother Nature. The students are urged to plant at least one tree to save the environment from degradation.