Name - Sritika Dhar College - SIES college of Commerce and Economics Tell us about yourself : I am a final year student of BMS from SIES college. I like to paint, read, click a lot of snaps and make friends. I love to live my life to its fullest. :)
Tell us about your college : our college is academically a perfect institution. There is a lot of discipline in the college and the faculty is great. When did you join BMS? Which year you are in? Joined BMS in july 2008.. I am in my TY.
What inspired you to choose BMS and not any other course ? BMS acquaints us with 38 management subjects in a period of 3 years which is very helpful once we finish our graduation since we have a fair idea about what we want to pursue further as our career. According to you, what is BMS all about? BMS is all about preparing us from a general management point of view. We have a practical section in our curriculum in the form of presentations, projects and vivas which makes us more confident and develops team spirit in us. What's special about your college? I would say our college festival "FANTASIES". It is the best thing in our college. If u are in SIES you haven't lived your college life well unless you've participated in the fest! What do you love about it? I love the college on the whole. I love the friends i made here. I know they are friends for life Who is your favorite teacher/faculty? Why? My favourite teacher is Miss. Reena Rao who is sadly not teaching us anymore. She taught us accounting subjects. What has BMS life taught you? It has taught me to manage my time well and work with different kind of people. What was the happiest moment in BMS? The saddest? The most memorable? The happiest moment was when I won the personality contest in my college. The saddest was when Miss. Reena Rao left our college. The most memorable times have undoubtedly been all the days of fantasies! Who in your life has influenced the most? i guess it has been my father. As a BMS student, what changes would you like to bring in management education? I am hating the course content of Indian management thoughts and practices. I feel it is really ridiculous to learn about brahmans, kshatriyas, vaishyas and shudras when we are struggling to get out of the caste discrimination prevailing in our country. What would you advice someone planning to do BMS? It is a good choice.