Saturday, September 18, 2010

STRIKE'rs...............thodi frustration thoda fun..........

Hey !!!! I am Back again.....
The 'incident' that happens in my life in past few days compelled me to come back again and write this interesting blog (may be).... Basically,,, one of my very gud friend DEEPAK who is studying with me in my class inspired me to write this blog on this matter....
         So,,, here is the story begins now........
     Actually,,,, i want to relate this story with one of my favorite Game  'COUNTER STRIKE',,, which those people who know about this game enjoyed it more frequently,,,,,,, but don’t worry other people can also enjoyed it…… definitely……….
        This is the story about my college in which recently an event was organized by MBA department against the college management for HIKING OF FEE in 2nd year which is known as STRIKE…… it was my first experience to see a STRIKE IN MY Life…… Before that i only heard about this only with my friends that their college had been closed due to strike but I had never faced it…… so when our class leaders decided to do strike,,, I was very excited to saw that event…..
Next day around 8 ‘o’ clock we all had to assemble in front of the college gate….. There was around more than 40 students had been present over there... We all blocked the main gate of the college and restricted the entry of everyone..... Some fresher’s came over there to take admission but they were also unable to find the way......
       After sometime,,, our Director with other faculties came outside the college to make conversation with us..... But the result was that they denied to accept our demands.... and this process continued till few days.....
      “ I enjoyed this thing because i was free from that boring stuff (lectures & classes)....”
After 2 or 3 days the management accepted our demands because we involved very high authorities in this matter....... Then we started shouting happily and the thing came at that moment in my mind was “THE COMMANDER (management) IS DOWN”.... So our ‘changing of weapons’ like in counter strike was fruitful......
     One thing i would like to mention that those students who tried to absent from that protest,,, our leaders called them by phone and told them to came at the battle field...... it looks like to me that they asked “ NEED BACKUP,, NEED BACKUP”......COME ON BABY !!!!!!!
      But finally,,, the result was in favor of us and i enjoyed it so much......
So,,,that was the PSYCHO xperience for me which i can’t forget for whole life.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,’’’’’’’’’’’’,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...............................

jayant singh
MBA 2nd year..

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Mutual funds (SIPs): Best for long term

It is probably the simplest way of investing that your money counts in the long run. Mutual fund is a fund managed by an investment company with financial objective of generating higher rate of return. Systematic investment plan or SIP in mutual fund category is one of the disciplined ways of investing one's money in order to take advantage of the volatility and diversification in the market. In it, an investor invest a prespecified amount in a scheme at prespecified amount in a scheme at prespecfied interval at NAV( net asset value).Yet, SIP that have easily outperformed key indices in long run are not especially helpful if you don't invested your money for at least 2-3 years.

With the SIP facility one can invest even Rs 500 on a regular basis for chosen period .The small but regular investment used to buy MF unit over the year slowly grows into a big corpus, enabling one to meet long term goals. Simply, it works on average costing of yours money. For example an investor invest Rs 500 per month in HDFC TOP 200. Then he will get 2.5 unit of that MF. Per months units are accumulate over a time of period. Investor gain units according the per month NAV of that fund. When investor want to redeem his investment, he will get the amount which is equal to the multiplication of total accumulated unit and that particular months NAV in which he is going to redeem the investment. If we are investing for longer term then units more or less on increasing pattern and that give higher rate of return.

But like any other investment idea SIPs too have their pitfalls and wouldn't give you much if you invest for a shorter period of time, or close to the market peak. Taking SIPs for short term would not be hugely beneficial, especially in a rapidly rising market. For instance during October 2007 and march2008 in Indian market, Investor lost their money.

Praveen Kumar Yadav


Fragrance of “togetherness”...Ek collage ka zamana tha

With the passage of time evrything changes,dresses, schoolbags,classes, friends etc…..and as we grow up we come across many phases which leaves a remarkable impact in our life. But the biggest tragedy is that past is past , it never turns back ,we can just feel it fragrance in form of remembrance.

For me the best part of one’s life is college life I think it’s the golden phase after 10 years sitting in an office thinking about the time spent with your loving friends, those days would never come back going down the memory lane we will think about the time when we almost cried and laughed together sitting alone was not our types that was only in bathrooms we sat

Alone jokes apart

That bunking classes and canteen gosips will be no more after the college life . The most fascinating part was that we eagerly waited for the collage off, and when it happened we use to come to collage just for enjoyment

We will miss our faculty, the dronacharyas who tried their level best to make us AARJUNA but their dreams never taste the reality it was our patient right to enter the staff room( as our teachers use to say this), which will never happen with the boss cabin.

I just remember this few line which can better represent my feelings:

Ek collage ka zamana tha ,Khusiyo ka khajana tha,

Chahat chand ko pane kit hi, Dil titliyo ka deewana tha….

Khabar na thi subaho ki , na shamo ka thikana tha

Thak haar kar aana collage se , par ghumne bhi jana tha.

Wo barish me bheegna , har mausam suhana tha,

Har jagah aapne sathi the , har rishta nibhana tha,

Gam ki jubaan na hoti thi , na jhakhmo ka paimana tha ,

Rone ki wajah na thi, aur na hi hasne ka bahana tha

Ab nai rahi wo zindagi…. Aisa apna collage ka jamana tha ………

So before this days pass away , just enjoy at the fullest…… go crazy……

Behave like mad …….do whatever ur heart says , live ur life upto the fullest mark , because once this days will pass , will never come back……

Wishing u all the best ……

Raj Tripathi

Mba 2nd year, IEC-CET

Friday, September 3, 2010

The next big in television market: go regional

Recently i was at home watching T.V. one thing that fascinate is the number of channel are higher than the last time i was at home. But the more interesting thing was the rise in the number of regional channel.

As i closely studied the market the number were alarming. The majority of channel are entering in the regional market. Few year earlier only zee TV used to have regional channel in Punjabi, Guajarati (which they have closed last year), Bangla and most important Marathi.

In my opinion what changed the thinking of the star and zee to explore more regional market was the phenomenal success of sun tv and its reach. Sun tv is most watched channel in the cabel TV in south, more than star plus and zee (at lest they do not watch melo drama of north).

And they hold at least 90% share of the market and they dominate the south market with great success. But recently zee challenged it by launching few channel in south where they have no presence previously. They launched the channel in Tamil, telgu and kannad. They are hoping to break even all the channel in this fiscal year. Going by report they are very close to reaching their target.

The question arises why....?

The answer is very simple because the type of regional audience. India has so many languages and so many states and all of them have their own state language. If we see the demand in the market then there is more demand of the regional channel. People in different states like Bengal which has history in literature creates huge demand of regional channel. At least 4 to 5 regional channel are still running in the state.

The economic slowdown has also forced the media industry and giants like zee and star to look for the new market and they feel the regional market is for the future and there is lot of potential to develop it into the full market like it is in south with sun TV. They have the perfect model to go regional. They have a such a packed distribution system that it is hard for new channel to survive in the market.

Still Marathi, Tamil market are having scope to develop and growth option for the company.

Saifi shahid

MBA 2nd year

I hate numbers ....But I still want it...

That day proved to be the toughest day for me , when reports cards were distributed, with a remark that they have to be submitted along with parents sign the next day. Initiating from the unit test marks to arithematical equations , number were the one I hated most, the reason was that I never got them as other and myself would like to be.

I still remember I was one among the toppers from downside during my school days , and it felt a little relaxed also as no teacher ever asked a question to me as they were fully assured of not getting the answer for me, it was wastage of time to ask and that wastage was reflected in numbers when the marks were used to be announced.

"Jinhe hum bhulna chahe , wo aksar yaad aate hai"

And the same proved to me regarding numbers the more I wanted to go away from numbers the more they followed me in my life.

With the passage of time , the mind changed and I started studying, it felt nice to give answers as it cater the girls attraction in the class, teachers started to recognize me, expectations arose, exams arrived and more time invested in studies but results were the same, numbers were still far away from me. As the time came when the importance of numbers in life increases but mine was going the opposite lane. it was declining, what I scored was just opposite to my friends (75-57).The biggest tragedy was that I scored the same numbers at two important milestones of my life and yet my friends where asking for party for those number as well and you know what hurts more that after my passing they started grading system.

After graduation I decided to fulfill the dream of my parents (not mine)to pursue post graduation (CANNOT MENTION COURSE)from a PREMIER INSTITUTE.

The good luck still followed me before the results were out I was counted among one of the studious students, later on the scenario changed.That baba( T P) also cant help me who was known as jack of all subjects ranging from logs to economics all was in vain.

By the time I have realized that numbers really holds an important position in ones life as companies are coming for campus placements and I am below the eligibility criteria….

Still in search of numbers………

Raj tripathi

Mba, 2nd year, Iec cet

Wednesday, September 1, 2010


IN this present PHYSICAL AND MATERIALISTIC world, lot of voice has been raised for Physical pollution or techno- generated maladies such as: Energy and natural resource depletion, Environmental hazards, Global warming, formation of hole in Ozone layer, Deforestation, Soil degradation, Nuclear proliferation, Arms and ammunition blind race etc: all these are man made problems leads to threatening the base, which is essential for the survival of life on this plane

We all On an another side of this we are facing intellectual pollution as: a dangerously growing threats of terrorism, criminalization of so called politics- which has been generated by us specially for the hard core social service for the betterment of general public, unethical practices in our daily life, large scale corruptions, Fraudulent in economic transactions, breakdown of relationships, Depression and loneliness, Suicidal attempts, Murders of our own family members just for the sake of some amount of money etc

So IN MY OPINION, we all as the stake holders of this society should assemble on the common platform and have a deeper brain storming session on this gigantic problem and its root causes, and should come out with the solution for deterioration of physical and intellectual environment as a whole.


Ritesh Gupta

Asstt. Prof. (Deptt. of MBA)

IEC-CET, Gr.Noida