Q. 1) 5 Interesting Facts About YOU:


1) Achievements / Skills / Knowledge (Academics & Extra-curricular):
I am an average student getting B grade in college examinations.
I m more into cultural activities of the college including the festival organization etc.
I do short films as it is my passion.

2) What is your aim / philosophy of life?
To be satisfied and to make others satisfied.

3) What are your future plans after BMS?
I want to enter into films I.e I want to b a director and hence after BMS I would give exams of FTI and move ahead as per needed.

4) What are your hobbies / likes?
Making short films ..listening to classical music…managing cultural events ..etc.


Q.2) 5 Fantastic Facts About Your BMS Life:

1) Positive / Negative things about your college?
There are almost all positive things about my college.
Firstly it provides almost every course which is prescribed by the Mumbai university. Recently it has started community college as well.
Positive things are that the college encourages to develop your extra curricular skills alongwith your studies. It gives platform for it and extends full support. The teaching staff is also good n simple.
Practically I can go on in writing many things which are good but then…the certification of NAAC with A grade sums up everything.

2) Positive / Negative things about your BMS course?
Its almost about every course. Talking about BMS – there is no point in studying as the portion which is there is almost irrelevant as there is no practical use of it ahead.
We are creating robots who would search for jobs after being graduate n do nothing except than that. Its a factory of making robots who pretend to know everything but after facing the world they come to understand where they really stand.
BMS has 90% theoretical knowledge which is baseless.
How can one student get to know research management by doing theory??? (About every subject its the same. There are also few concepts which are no where used now. If they r given for understanding the history and all its totally fine but then the portion of it should be limited)
There is not even 10% practicality where in such subjects practical knowledge is most important.
Why are we learning features advantages disadvantages of things which no where stand in the real world.
Does the qualities of a leader mentioned in the answer are the same in real sense?( its same in almost 80% of the questions asked) . These all are negative things.
NO POSITIVES except the presentation and all stuffs but wherein also student try to speak heartless and practically which is of no use.
I seriously have a doubt. Does any author has said that in BMS we should be only practical and not emotional ?If no then its time for us to understand that do your work emotionally and take decisions practically rather than taking out the life in you and giving presentations and acting as fake managers.

3) How has BMS course helped you to develop your personality?/ What did you learn from BMS?
 It doesn’t help to develop your personality.
If you can observe other personalities it may notify you the things you shouldn’t do.
I learned basically nothing as I strive to be real and simple instead of considering myself as a professional and by hearting things blindly.

4) What are the changes you want to bring in the BMS course?
If its a practical subject then practicality.
And making the students realize that standing on a desk and byhearting things and giving  presentation is not a task of great job.
Most importantly – making everyone down to earth and making them realise that there are millions like you standing outside. And hence try to be different and simple at heart.

5) Share your favorite BMS / college memories?
 – there are no as such BMS memories.
But there are thousand college memories as I am present in the college from morning till night.


Q.3) What are the thoughts / advices / tips you would like to give to today’s youngsters?

– I am also an youngster and not great also to give tips n advices to anyone.
Just try to be slightly different and question yourself at every step and do things which would help you ahead instead of running behind grades and marks obtained.

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