The Untold Secrets of IIMs Which Nobody Ever Told You
Author: Ameet Siingh
Pubpsher: Educreation Publishing
"What is a 'Black Book'? Why the name 'The Black Book'? A black book is traditionally meant to be a book that holds secrets. So, would this book reveal the secret recipe of getting into IIMs or is it some kind of cheat code to achieve success?This book takes you beyond your coaching or training institute boundaries!"We have heard many times that "Luck favors the prepared mind" and this book provides students the opportunity to become prepared and hence luckier in life."Prof. (Dr.) Pavan Mamidi, Former Professor IIM A, Oxford(Ph.d), Harvard(LLM) Having been a reject of IIM-A myself, I set out on a dream to achieve this tag for whatever it might take. Maybe if I had The Black Book then, it would not have taken me so long to accomplish my goals!" Sh. Parag Shah, Founder Director & Chairman, FLAME University, Author 'Antar Prerna'The main purpose of this book is to eliminate what I call this 'Information Arbitrage' used by few students to get undue advantage while securing a good job or otherwise. Much has been written about how to crack the best B-Schools entrance exams and get admission into the campus of your choice. However, nothing has been written about what is expected from them before entering the campus and how to utilize the next two years, fruitfully. This book tells you exactly that! 'The Black Book, ' tells you much more than just entering the Business school of your choice. This book is a culmination of all practical things you should know while pursuing your two most crucial years in a B-School. Right from explaining the modules, to smart hacks, to even finding the apt working or life partner, this book is for keeps for anyone wanting to make the most of their last two years as a student"
First published in Paris in 1938, Durrell's third novel is the story, told from the inside, of the lives and loves of a group of struggling writers and artists in a seedly London hotel.. Controversial at the time because of its sexual frankness, the book was finally published in its complete form only through the efforts of Henry Miller.
The Black Book is a stunning tapestry of Middle Eastern and Islamic culture which confirms Orhan Pamuk's reputation as a writer of international stature, comparable to Borges and Calvino. Galip is an Istanbul lawyer, and his wife, Ruya, has vanished. Could she be hiding out with her half brother, Jelal, a newspaper columnist whose fame Galip envies? And if so, why isn't anyone in Jelal's flat? As Galip plays the part of private investigator, he assumes the identity of Jelal himself, wearing his clothes, answering his phone calls, even faking his wry columns, which he passes off as the work of the missing journalist. But the amateur sleuth bungles his undercover operation, and with dire consequences. Richly atmospheric and Rabelaisian in scope, The Black Book is a labyrinthine novel suffused with the sights, sounds, and scents of Istanbul. An unforgettable evocation of the city where East meets West, The Black Book is a boldly unconventional mystery that plumbs the elusive nature of identity, fiction, interpretation, and reality.
With my book, which will be my first that I have written, will be the central underlying key to the core of emotion. I want to be able to explain the thoughts and feelings that other people cannot explain for themselves. I want the youth of our generation to know that everything they are going through is real and that they are not alone. I want them to be able to explore life for themselves. As I understand, there are thousands upon thousands of poetry books out there dusting the shelves of bookstores because they have met borderline criteria rather than being huge successes. But this book is different, its content is smothered with truth and movement about love, hope, sadness, temptation, addiction, and the cutting edge feelings this world has turned the people to as a comfort.
This is no merely a tale. Reflecting upon the harsh realities of life, this book throws useful light on the various intricacies related to the treatment of Cancer. It also penetrates deep into the spiritual world and poignantly exposes the nuances of the difficulties of human life. Ultimately, it carries is protagonist far beyond the worldly bondages into the horizon of freedom, there, where everything remains forever 'unsaid'.
This book is the first ever in-depth look at the geographic peace plans used by the United States at the end of World War I. It analyzes the negotiation and implementation of these plans and analyzes the lasting impact of the territorial settlements on the ensuing history of Europe and the Middle East.
Release on 2012-06-12 | by Douglas Brown,Scott Wilson
How to Manage the Changes, Challenges, and Opportunities
Author: Douglas Brown,Scott Wilson
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Revised for 2009 and beyond, The Black Book of Outsourcing is a comprehensive guide and directory for the evolving field of outsourcing, including expert advice on how to operate an outsourcing program. Valuable governance checklists, offshoring insights, best practices and one-of-kind resources are featured in this bible of the outsourcing industry. First published in 2005, this topical, bestselling manual explores the evolution of both outsourcing buyers and suppliers. Outsourcing and research gurus Douglas Brown and Scott Wilson chart a course of advice for business leaders charged with managing sourcing initiatives, present a wealth of opportunities for job seekers, and offer insights for entrepreneurial thinkers and investors worldwide