Name – Maheshwari Iyer
College– Joshi Bedekar College
Tell us about yourself
I am cool and straight forward and a down to earth person. I just do what I feel right, love to laugh and make others too. Hates advices but likes to give, also hates people who unnecessarily judge me, who insist me and grab my freedom from doing anything.
Tell us about your college
Joshi Bedekar College is always used to stay as a motivational center especially for students like us and apart from that it is well surrounded with beautiful nature and well infrastructure facilities, also we are provided with highly qualified and professionalized faculties who are always ready to give their helping hand to us.
When did you join BMS? Which year you are in?
I joined after my 12th…i.e. on 2008. I am now in TYBMS.
What inspired you to choose BMS and not any other course?
My main inspiration is my dad I can say because he always encouraged me to enter into practical and professional world.
According to you, what is BMS all about?
It’s all about planning, organizing, developing, co-coordinating, staffing, and enriching oneself into a practical world. As a BMS student I would say that it not only gives us practical knowledge but also gives inner confidence, develops our attitude, potentiality, and leads to know about time management and hardwork. Further it also leads students to “Think Beyond” in every aspects of our life too. Finally I would say that it just makes us to shine in front of others….BMS rockzzz!! 🙂
What’s special about your college? What do you love about it?
There are many things to list out….and for that the space is very less to mention 😉
Who is your favorite teacher/faculty? Why?
I prefer the one as best who teaches very well and provide additional knowledge apart from teaching.
What has BMS life taught you?
Time management, hard work, and also to think beyond.
Who in your life has influenced the most?
My family, friends, teachers, and also almighty 🙂
As a BMS student, what changes would you like to bring in management education?
According to me, I would say that BMS is so vast to come across, hence, I suggest if they bring some practical problems rather than many theoretical aspects since it leads to hectic at the time of examination.
What would you advice someone planning to do BMS?
I do say if you want to enjoy now, better go for simple BCOM and if u want to work hard now and the rest of your life want to enjoy then go for taking BMS as your career option. Simple 🙂
What are your future plans?
To do MBA in Retain Management or Travel and Tourism.
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