Thursday, 31 March 2016

GIBS is a student’s paradise.

The main criteria for any student to look for in a college are its teaching faculty, campus placement options and also infrastructure. Studying in a college with good infrastructure and the posh campus is any student’s delight. GIBS in Bangalore has an enviable campus which is any student’s dream come true. Today, we will focus on some of the infrastructural facilities at GIBS:

With a well-planned infrastructure, the campus is integrated and spacious. The campus is a home away from home with villa styled hostels, which are well equipped with all the amenities for a neat and comfortable living.

The spacious amphitheater at GIBS is a center of attraction wherein many students perform various activities and give wonderful performances which is a joy to watch.

GIBS has a beautiful swimming pool located on the campus for the recreation. Whether you simply want a relaxing swim at the end of a hard day or whether you are training for a competitive event, the swimming pool has it all.

The well-equipped gymnasium at GIBS fulfils all the requirements of a modern gym. With qualified trainers, the students can avail its benefits with various training programs to suit them.

Sport is an integral part of GIBS life. With sporting events all-round the year, the sports complex is always bustling with activity for intra-hostel and inter-hostel events, or the inter-collegiate and infra-college tournaments. Excellent facilities are available including a swimming pool, a well-equipped gymnasium, the impressive cricket ground, volleyball ground, basket court, etc.

What more, there is poolside cafeteria with a fantastic natural view wherein the students can spend some time in serenity.

It can be said that GIBS strikes the right balance between academics and extracurricular activities which are a rare phenomenon today. This balance helps in creating responsible future citizens who can take winning as well as losing in their stride and become successful in their lives.

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Guest Lecture By Mr. Naveen Kumar @ GIBS Bangalore

The GIBS organized a Guest lecture on the “Mechanism of budget and Discussion on Budget-2016” and invited esteemed guest speaker CA – Mr. Naveen Kumar, Corporate Advisor and Academician to share his acquaintance on the topic with MBA students on 26th March, 2016.The students are thrilled with the rich amount of knowledge given by the professional after having an interacting speak with them & able to update many of their concepts of Finance Analysis, Finance Modelling and Budget of India.

Symposium “ENCHAINER 2K16” (Campus to Corporate) on Employability Challenges @ GIBS

Registration Open for Symposium “ENCHAINER 2K16” (Campus to Corporate) on Employability Challenges which will be conducted on 6th April 2016 at GIBS Residential Campus.

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‪#‎Enchainer‬ ‪#‎Enchainer2k16‬ ‪#‎Symposium‬ ‪#‎Employability‬ ‪#‎Challenges‬ ‪#‎Invitation‬ ‪#‎Campus‬ ‪#‎Corporate‬.

CSR Activity - Swach Abhiyan @ GIBS Campus..

As part of the ‪#‎CSR‬ Activity, the ‪#‎GIBS‬ students took an initiative in conducting an “‪#‎Swach‬ ‪#‎Campus‬” campaign organized by #GIBS ‪#‎Social‬‪#‎Foundation‬ Trust on Monday 26th March 2016.
To Spread mission of 'Cleanliness for all' our MBA students undergone the Swach Campus campaign where they have cleaned the surrounding of GIBS Residential & nearby places & educated the people on cleanliness & sanitation. With this, The Group aims to change the mindset of the people towards Clean India and make them realize the importance of cleanliness.

Monday, 28 March 2016

“ENCHAINER 2K16” on Employability Challenges (Campus to Corporate) - 6th April 2016 at GIBS Residential Campus.

Registration Open for Symposium “ENCHAINER 2K16” on Employability Challenges (Campus to Corporate) which will be conducted on 6th April 2016 at GIBS Residential Campus.
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For details contact 8675568977 / 8892207411 / 8675585291

GIBS Business School View on Union Budget 2016...

GIBS is one of the best MBA school in India which gives the following views on the recent budget:
The Union Budget 2016 has been crafted under the most extraordinarily challenging economic settings India has seen. The challenges faced are:

•Risks of further global slowdown and turbulence. Additional fiscal burden due to 7th Central Pay Commission recommendations and OROP.

• The external environment is both uncertain and volatile, the inherited deadlock caused by stressed banks and the strained private sector is yet to be broken, poor monsoons have caused immense rural misery, and demand, a central pillar of growth, has been lukewarm.

Many of the measures needed to face up to this challenge are not, strictly speaking, financial. However, it has a much greater sense of purpose and direction. It signals macroeconomic credibility by adhering to fiscal deficit targets.

The ambitious provision of LPG connections to all is quite revolutionary, for its health, gender justice and aspirational effects, though its political-economy effects on the subsidy bill will become apparent over the next few years. It goes to great lengths to reverse the government’s pro-corporate image.
The principal tax rates have reached stability. The rates of direct taxes are comparable to international rates (except for personal tax brackets, which vary across countries on account of differing price levels); and indirect taxes are in a long process of replacement by the Goods and Service Tax, which is stuck in disagreements between States.

A rise in indirect taxes, as opposed to direct taxes, is a clear case of regressive taxation because both poor and rich pay the same tax per unit of purchase of an item. That this has been the pattern of revenue mobilization and the previous government goes to show their concern for the ‘aam aadmi’. For 2016-17, the Finance Minister has promised to bring this ratio down to 3.5 percent primarily through a 20 percent increase in indirect taxes and as much as 39 per cent in excise duties, even as the corporate taxes go down.

There is another problem an increase in indirect taxes brings to the table: inflation. The fact that the economy is not witnessing high inflation today is not because of any prudent monetary policy but because the oil prices are at a real low — that might not be the permanent state of affairs in the coming year. If the oil prices go up, with these hiked indirect tax rates, inflation might hit the roof.
The odd changes in taxation provisions for future provident fund withdrawals make it a budget hostile to the middle class.

The salaried class is likely to feel hard done by a move to tax 60 per cent of the corpus created from contributions to the Employees’ Provident Fund starting April 1 as part of a move to create a ‘pensioned society.'

So, it can be observed that the budget has been designed keeping all classes in mind. There are a few loopholes which can be rectified with proper planning at the grassroots.

Saturday, 26 March 2016

“ENCHAINER 2K16” (Campus to Corporate) on Employability Challenges on 6th April 2016.

Registration Open for Symposium “ENCHAINER 2K16” on Employability Challenges (Campus to Corporate) which will be conducted on 6th April 2016 at GIBS Residential Campus.
Hurry up, register now- email us at
For details contact 8675568977 / 8892207411 / 8675585291

Friday, 25 March 2016

Holi Celebration @ GIBS Bangalore

The spirit of ‪#‎Holi‬, the ‪#‎festival‬ of ‪#‎Colours‬, the festival of ‪#‎Love‬ gripped the students, staffs & Management organized on Wednesday 23rd 2016 at ‪#‎GIBS‬ ‪#‎Residential‬ ‪#‎Campus‬. This aims to embrace and promote multiculturalism within the campus.This celebration exemplifies the multicultural diversity of our campus.