Essay Trends in a B School

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1. Discussions within the group
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What B-Schools teach which they shouldn’t?
The increasing levels of competition among the students leads to the creation of a Superiority complex among few individuals who tend to become dominating at times, which greatly hampers the group dynamics and morale of others. There is an overdose of curriculum within a stipulated time period hampering the understanding of the subjects. This necessitates the system to be more flexible in allowing the students to choose among the subjects as per their
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The faculties of the B Schools may guide the students in applying the basic concepts of subjects in various case studies and problems of various competitions held in other peer colleges and well-known companies. This would help in proper understanding of subjects and applying the concepts practically.

What should be our focus as a student of a B-School?
The students should be open to learning from diverse peer groups, which will facilitate a boost in their acceptance levels and would help in broadening their outlook. Participating in various B School competitions, which can help us in understanding the culture of other B Schools and would help us in evaluating so as to where we stand in comparison to our peers from the other B Schools and help us in honing our skill sets. Inter-Subject application should be given paramount importance and one should be able to draw coherence among the various functionalities. For instance, a student should be able to apply the concepts of marketing in finance and should be able to plot a relation among these domains. There should be focus on the subject matter and acquiring knowledge than to get a hefty pay package. Extra-curricular activities should be adequate importance while maintaining a balance with the studies, which will foster holistic development of an individual.

What are some of the questions which each student must have answers to before graduating from a B-School ?
An individual should be

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