NAM 2017

18/11/2017 Saturday It was that much awaited time of the year once again as alumni, students and professors gathered for the National Alumni Meet 2017 at the MDI campus. This year’s NAM saw one of the highest participation rates across years with alumni attending the event in large numbers. Alumni reminisced and recreated some of … More NAM 2017

 Imperium 2017: Challenge the Status Quo

November is here and to B-school students around the country, this means only one thing! It’s time for Imperium – MDI Gurgaon’s annual Management Sports and Cultural Fest. Sponsored by game changers such as Honda, Petronet LNG Limited, Grog Events, Safexpress, Nestle Maggi, UCB, NTPC, L’oreal, BCCL, FBB Campus Princess, Dare2Compete, Pokerdangal, Radio Mirchi, Miss … More  Imperium 2017: Challenge the Status Quo

L’Oréal Day @ MDI

The L’Oréal Day at MDI Gurgaon was the perfect concoction of knowledge and fun. The day was laden with interesting sessions by the thought leaders of the L’Oréal world. The students got the opportunity to attend the “Sales : Strategy to Execution”  workshop which was conducted by  Mr. Nitin Mehta, Director — L’Oréal, Bangladesh and Mr. Rahul Mahajan, Regional … More L’Oréal Day @ MDI

HR Conclave 3.0

HRDirection – the academic club for HR organized HR Conclave 3.0 on the 4th of November. The theme for the conclave was “HR Agility: Conquering the Chaos.” The event was inaugurated by our Chief Guest, Mr. Rajiv Jayaraman, Founder-CEO & CPO at Knolskape. Mr Jayaraman is an alumnus of INSEAD, Paris and has donned several … More HR Conclave 3.0

ILLUMINA 2017

Twenty years ago, in 1997, some of the many bright minds at MDI Gurgaon wondered how it would be to illuminate the natural, but unexplored parts of the human behaviour. As the fireworks lit up the night sky, ILLUMINA was conceptualized – disguised market research for the truest insights into how consumers behave. Since its … More ILLUMINA 2017

Young people are spending less and less time reading books

A couple of years ago, during the times of our parents and grandparents, there were very few sources of entertainment: visiting the circus, playing sports, talking to people or reading. For people who were looking to learn new things or gain some information, they were restricted to the latter two options. Libraries were considered to … More Young people are spending less and less time reading books