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MBA Is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ MBA Is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance Author Krishna Kranthi – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk The book is about the journey of a MBA grad trying to realize the true purpose of his MBA It is not a technical read, it is about college life and learnings in education and life A fun and quick read The book is about the journey Not About PDF Ç of a MBA grad trying to realize the true purpose of his MBA It is not a technical read, it is about college life and learnings in education and life A fun and quick read.

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  • 154 pages
  • MBA Is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance
  • Krishna Kranthi
  • English
  • 08 February 2019

About the Author: Krishna Kranthi

Hello, This is, Krishna from Hyderabad.



10 thoughts on “MBA Is Not About Money, Blazer, Arrogance

  1. Maria Maria says:

    I enjoy reading Indian authors and try to promote them whenever I can This is my latest Indian read, written in the endearing style of Indian English Indians have truly made the language their own and have come up with a version of English which you ll never hear the Queen speak but I love it all the same I used to go around trying to correct the English of the people in my Indian environment, but when I came to understand that in fact Indian English is a language all by itself, I gave up I enjoy reading Indian authors and try to promote them whenever I can This is my latest Indian read, written in the endearing style of Indian English Indians have truly made the language their own and have come up with a version of English which you ll never hear the Queen speak but I love it all the same I used to go around trying to correct the English of the people in my Indian environment, but when I came to understand that in fact Indian English is a language all by itself, I gave up that annoying habit The rather curious title of this novel, the core message really, simply means that an MBA degree is not just about getting glory, a huge pay packet and dressing up in a business suit But I suppose that s obvious, really.This is the story of Revant, a young man from Hyderabad who enters a college in Mumbai to study for his Masters in Business Administration MBA As soon as you get into reading this book, you start thinking that Revant is the author himself But author voice is a peculiar thing A reader really should not get into the habit of associating the author with the character through whose eyes the story is being told But as the author has a heck of a lot in common with Revant, one gets the impression that this is really a thinly disguised fiction, an actual autobiography.The author s voice is honest, frank and humble As Revant progresses through his MBA year, having taken the one year option, he describes the courses in detail, making the reader feel that s he too is participating in the course There are lectures on spiritual philosophy, given by a swami from an ashram in Gujarat I remember reading in the local newspapers here in Lucknow that a French student once came for a student exchange programme to Lucknow and was ecstatic at the fact that she heard a lecture on how the wisdom of Lord Shiva, a Hindu god, could be applied to management You would never hear the words of Jesus Christ being quoted in a management lecture in Europe, she gushed Strange I m not an MBA, nor anything close, but I do remember some twenty years ago, back in Ireland, attending an EU funded course at work I worked in a government agency for empowerment of a certain minority on leadership skills and the course had lots of Biblical wisdom in it, including quotes from Jesus Christ and references to His leadership skills I suppose it depends on which college you attend No doubt that scriptures, with their timeless wisdom, contain eternal truths which can be applied to many situations I also noticed a lot of reference to something called SWOT analysis making lists of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in solving various management problems The main character takes the reader along on a trip to an NGO non government organization the re called voluntary groups back in Ireland, to the best of my knowledge The NGO visit is an eye opener, as the main character learns that villagers who are given proper training and practical education can build prosperous villages.At one point, Revant actually starts wondering if the MBA degree isn t really a waste of time That s when the book gets really interesting And as in all good stories, in the course of time, our hero falls in love But if you think there are going to be hot shenanigans in the hostel, you couldn t bewrong Our Revant survives on giving longing, wistful looks across the campus at his beloved, as he struggles to complete his assignments and, yes, improve his network skills Revant s parents choose a bride for him, but our hero, after giving his folks an open hearing, informs them that neither he, nor the girl, are suitable for each other Which I can t help admiring I was beginning to despair of Indian men, who, it appears to me, seem to have an unhealthy reliance on their mothers when it comes to thinking for themselves in personal matters, especially in matters relating to choosing a marriage partner.This is a really worthwhile read for anyone who wants to learnabout modern Indian life, or even anyone who wants to study for an MBA qualification in India There is a lot of interesting information and wisdom However, it readslike a memoir than a fiction novel In a novel you re waiting for a twist somewhere, a surprise to jerk you out of your complacency That s not really likely to happen in a memoir But I was pleased about this There is a little surprise twist towards the end, but I won t spoil that surprise for any prospective readers No, I wouldn t say that this book is everyone s cup of chai But then, what book is I ll go as far as to say that if you take it for what it is an insider s view of an MBA course you ll enjoy it for sure I d like to add that if Revant is typical of Indian MBA graduates today, then the future of the country is in good hands.I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review

  2. Saptadeep Basu Saptadeep Basu says:

    First of all I would thank Krishna Kranthi for the author signed copy Now getting to the content, the book was an easy read, the language lucid though grammatical errors show up and about an one year MBA life at SP Jain from a different perspective of a student not the fun types I finished the book at one go and it means it generates interest, but in fragments The parts about the protagonists learning at a rural trip to a school was awesome but again the attempt to make the character forc First of all I would thank Krishna Kranthi for the author signed copy Now getting to the content, the book was an easy read, the language lucid though grammatical errors show up and about an one year MBA life at SP Jain from a different perspective of a student not the fun types I finished the book at one go and it means it generates interest, but in fragments The parts about the protagonists learning at a rural trip to a school was awesome but again the attempt to make the character forcibly fall in women trap linking everything to a magic number seemed dragging could have been presented better The experiences of an MBA, the confusion of the protagonist as a misfit in the MBA structure, the excerpts of a few classes were what moved the story forward, but the protagonist s personal story just stemmed the flow Also, the characters were not well sketched hence leave the mind pretty easily Overall, the book is an one time read but it definitely break some ceilings about a management education in India

  3. Jonel Jonel says:

    Although this is a true story, it flows like fiction It s written in a manner that really draws you in The author doesn t just tell you what happens You re shown The story is told in a vividly enlightening manner I feel like I ve travelled to the places spoken of in this novel.Although the author does you a great deal of acronyms and technological terms, they are all defined or spelled out the first time that they are used This allows for greater comprehension on the part of the readership Although this is a true story, it flows like fiction It s written in a manner that really draws you in The author doesn t just tell you what happens You re shown The story is told in a vividly enlightening manner I feel like I ve travelled to the places spoken of in this novel.Although the author does you a great deal of acronyms and technological terms, they are all defined or spelled out the first time that they are used This allows for greater comprehension on the part of the readership as well as allowing the author to continue writing using terms properly and the way that they would be spoken The characters are quite well developed in this novel You get to know them like those who lived down the hall from you in college They are enjoyable to read about and you want to get to knowabout them and their lives This allows you to really immerse yourself in the novel It creates a perfect situation for this intriguing tale.Please note that I received this novel free of charge from the author in exchange for an honest review

  4. Subramanyam K.V. Subramanyam K.V. says:

    This review first appeared on before you read this piece, let me ask you a question Were are you an MBA aspirant Ok, even if you were not an MBA aspirant , did you really want to do a course or take up an educational degree after your graduation If yes, why did you aspire for it Now reserve the answer for yourself and continue reading Most of this country s youth present day youth have little choice in what they do and what they study till th This review first appeared on before you read this piece, let me ask you a question Were are you an MBA aspirant Ok, even if you were not an MBA aspirant , did you really want to do a course or take up an educational degree after your graduation If yes, why did you aspire for it Now reserve the answer for yourself and continue reading Most of this country s youth present day youth have little choice in what they do and what they study till their graduation Call it peer pressure, following the herd or very strong parental control Most of us end up becoming engineers and land up in software or an allied service sector One or two years into Software, people start making their choices and start seeking positions that match their skills and interests So, my question to anyone who is reading this post is this When you make a choice here, what are the factors that determine the choice Where do money, power and hatred for the current job figure in the list of factors that determine your choice For most of us, if not each and every one of us, these three things play the key role not a key role as we enroll or aspire for our further education Most of us think that, that MBA or that new degree is going to land us in a better job, with a bigger pay slip and is going give uspower Should these factors determine our decision What s the role of these factors and what are the other factors that ought to be considered while we make our decision For answers to these questions one ought to read the book MBA is not about Money Blazer Arrogance by Krishna Kranthi This book is the story of a young Indian graduate Revanth, employed as a software engineer in a reputed firm, he, like many of his peers, aspires to be an MBA He struggles and sees that his dream comes true when he gets into one of the most coveted business schools of India for an MBA course As he enters the campus he has only one question, what s the purpose of his MBA How is it going to help him and shape him up How Revanth gets the answer to this question and shares his learning s with all the readers forms the rest of the book I loved the way the book was organized, it starts with Revanth s journey to the campus and ends with his graduation The chapters, named after months of the year, speak of what happens in a B school during those months and tell us the ups and downs of Revanth s student life in those months Probably the first book that gives an inside story of an MBA student, this book tells us how the MBA students learn from various subjects and the assignments As we travel with Revanth from crowded lanes of Mumbai to the hot and dusty heartlands of Maharashtra and from there to the snowy and gusty cities of Europe we learn the troubles, travails and the lessons the MBA course offers to its students The writing style of the author is simple and one that helps readers read and digest the contents quickly The tone is conversational and Revanth would be speaking to us throughout the book Simple English and effective narration make the book a joy to read I would not say that the book is un put downable but it retains the reader s interest which is important for any book I liked the book very much and probably that s the reason why I could not see any negatives in the book I donot think there are any, and even if they are there, they would get dwarfed before the message the book delivers In many ways it looks like the true story of the author, I am not sure about it though, but I enjoyed the read imagining that it was author s true story The journey and realization about MBA s true purpose was just awesome Again, the book is not very preachy and serious, it has its own fun elements The campus love story of the author, the way friends chill out together and the Mahesh isms add the much needed color and fun element to the book The author balanced it very well Not very long ago I too was an MBA aspirant, one of the two and half lakh people in this country who give CAT with a dream of making it big in their lives All the while when I was preparing I never had the questions like What is this degree going to give me How is it going to change my outlook and how will become a better person It was all about getting into a better job, growing in career becoming a manager and havingmoney in my life Now, would I have thought twice before attempting CAT had I read this book before No, I would have still gone ahead and given CAT However, I would have had muchclarity on what I should seek while doing the MBA and a different vision of what I would be doing after the MBA as a result of reading the book Probably that s the best part of the author, entrepreneur and ToastMaster Krishna Kranthi s work It enhances and expands your horizon but doesn t ask to move away from your goal A must read not just for any MBA aspirant but for any one who seeks higher education It might seem that I am singing the paeans of the author and the book, but that s how I felt after reading the book I was so happy that someone bothered to understand the purpose of doing a MBA and shared it with people It connected to me and changed my perspective I am sure there are many people who look at education like me and I am sure they would get benefitted like me when they read the book Hence I strongly recommend it Do buy the book and read it Every penny and every moment you spend on this book are really really worth it Do read the book You will be happy you read it.P.S A part of the money from the purchase of this book goes to the NGO Vigyan Ashram in part of educational scholarship to the students Novel idea by a debutant author who sells his book for just 150 rupees isn t it.Here is Krishna Kranthi s website Ashram s website can buy the book hereFlipkart

  5. Vikas Singh Vikas Singh says:

    Originally reviewed at many, Revant has dreamt of getting that fancy and highly regarded MBA degree After working hard, finally he gets an admission to one of the top Indian B schools His excitement is short lived as the overwhelming pressure and the vague defin itions of management boggle him down He gets frustrated with the people around him who see MBA as a purpose of earning higher salary and getting superior designations and i Originally reviewed at many, Revant has dreamt of getting that fancy and highly regarded MBA degree After working hard, finally he gets an admission to one of the top Indian B schools His excitement is short lived as the overwhelming pressure and the vague defin itions of management boggle him down He gets frustrated with the people around him who see MBA as a purpose of earning higher salary and getting superior designations and indulging in unneeded arrogance He thinks this is not what he wanted to learn out of his MBA But then, something changes and Revant experiences the true purpose of pursuing an MBA An inside story of MBA graduates, the book helps one realize that real purpose of a MBA degree is not confined to money, blazer, arrogance but it isthan that.About the Author Krishna Kranthi is a management professional from Hyderabad He has pursued his studies from CBIT, worked with lnfosys,be fore pursuing his MBA from SPJIMR, Mumbai In his own words, he describes himself as Eccentric, Honest, Optimistic and Passionate This is his first novel www.krishnakranthi.com, hello krishnakranthi.com Genre Fiction real life inspired Publisher Nivasini PublishersISBN 9789350675007Price Rs.150 A part of your money from this purchase goes to the NGO Vigyan Ashram in form of educational scholarship to the Students Story The book follows the story of Revant in first person, from the time he is set to join a reputed B school for his 1 year MBA programme till the end of it Prior to it, he had worked for some top firms and due to the widespread notion that MBA will provide him with better work portfolio and compensation as a management graduate, he opts for this programme at SPJIMR But he remains confused regarding the true purpose of his MBA for most of the time, as he discovers his batchmates going crazy about Money, always in Blazers, and becoming increasingly Arrogant.Trying to figure the MBA puzzle out, he enlists the help of Prof Sugandh, who advises him to build up on his Knowledge, Skills, and Attitude read the book to know how he manages to do all this In the meantime, he gets to work with NGO Vigyan Ashram as part of his curriculum, where he understands about the concept of Social Entrepreneurship on hand Using his acquired K,S,A and his NGO experience, and applying the definition of MBA to it, he finally understands the true purpose of his MBA again, read the book to find it out it s the crux of the story and handled very well.The book is divided in 12 chapters based on 12 months of Revant s MBA schedule Most of the story is like a regular campus happenings like other novels out in the market , just that it s the first time the story is primarily set as a full mode MBA life leaving the 2 States out of this context His learnings at college and abroad under student exchange program , feelings of love towards a campus girl, familiar family pressures form the most of the content.Likes The language is simple and very easy to understand, and the use of MBA jargons has been kept very less and to the point, without stretching unnecessarily.Description of his journey sight seeing abroad is lively and exciting to read.Nice peek into a MBA student s life for the first timeA nice, happy ending with a message to everybody out there I am not the person I wanted to be maybe I am the person I needed to be Dislikes The language is erroneous at times with spelling and grammatical mistakes occurring too often.Neither very much exciting, nor inciting much curiosity in the reader s mind but still a smooth read overall Well, to conclude, I would say that it s not really a coming of age story, rather it s about discovering yourself and the purpose of one s life in a new light, that of the MBA degree.My recommendation A must have book for the MBA aspirants and to be and or already MBA graduates A nice one time read for the others with a nice message hidden for allMy Rating 3.25 stars out of 5

  6. Schuyler Wallace Schuyler Wallace says:

    Krishna Kranthi, author of MBA IS NOT ABOUT MONEY, BLAZER, ARROGANCE to be known as MBA et al throughout the rest of this review appears to be a gentle man troubled with conflicting thoughts and ambitions about his future When he asked me to review his novel about obtaining advanced business degrees in India I was somewhat taken back because of the obscure subject matter I really didn t think I was interested in the United States advanced business degree procedure, much less one halfway aro Krishna Kranthi, author of MBA IS NOT ABOUT MONEY, BLAZER, ARROGANCE to be known as MBA et al throughout the rest of this review appears to be a gentle man troubled with conflicting thoughts and ambitions about his future When he asked me to review his novel about obtaining advanced business degrees in India I was somewhat taken back because of the obscure subject matter I really didn t think I was interested in the United States advanced business degree procedure, much less one halfway around the world But I ll read anything, as my followers know I m glad I did, in spite of a stumbling start.Kranthi got MBA et al into my Kindle and I started to read My first impression was that I d fallen into alphabet soup Apparently, in India, the use of abbreviations for almost everything is rampant The young student, Revant, is starting a year s program to obtain his MBA from a school known as SPJIMR in Bahrain I found out later that the initials stand for S.P Jain Institute of Management and Research I don t remember the author keying that for us anywhere in the book Nearly every person in the book has an initialed title Schools and programs are in initials initials are everywhere in the book with no indexes to explain their meaning.Then I found the writing to be a little obscure with what appeared to be time and tense errors There were odd phrases and statements that defied coherent and orderly interpretation I began to question my judgment in reading MBA et al.Then it all meshed when I came to understand that this is a bright, young Indian man who doesn t talk or think exactly as I do I concluded that there is nothing wrong with the way he expressed himself or solved problems It s all very calm and orderly and might well become the way I d like to conduct myself in the future.The storyline is clearly autobiographical and, except for the turmoil over beautiful women that Revant is constantly immersed in, I see no reason for Kranthi to pretend otherwise Revant is inquisitive and somewhat of a pest But his motives are pure and his questions reveal intellect If the character Revant is based on Kranthi s behavior while at school, there s nothing to be ashamed of Revant s constant confusion about what to do, when to do it, and why it should be done are typical debates that occur in most intelligent young persons minds.I actually liked this book a lot There are brilliant thoughts about corporate and personal behavior, organizing one s life, and decision making, both individually and as a group The gentle prodding by instructors as they encourage rational thinking is a technique that is expertly explained If the advice comes across as a little condescending to some, apparently it is thought provoking in the young students The need to come to one s own resolution of a life pattern is not often explored in our culture but seems to be ingrained in Indian logic I strongly urge you to follow Revant on his year s journey in both the classroom and around India and Europe as he asks questions, participates in programs and laboratories, and generally enjoys the being a young man

  7. Sundeep Supertramp Sundeep Supertramp says:

    Review If its not for Reshmy Pillai s of thetalespensieve.com new giveaway system, I wouldn t have come across this book ever So all the courtesy goes to Pillai thats what I prefer to call her I would like to thank her for believing me worthy enough to read, understand, enjoy, jugde and put front a honest review of the book.Krishna Kranthi, as far as I could reckon, lives in Hyderabad I came across very few almost zero authors from Hyderabad Being from Hyderabad and aspiring to be an Review If its not for Reshmy Pillai s of thetalespensieve.com new giveaway system, I wouldn t have come across this book ever So all the courtesy goes to Pillai thats what I prefer to call her I would like to thank her for believing me worthy enough to read, understand, enjoy, jugde and put front a honest review of the book.Krishna Kranthi, as far as I could reckon, lives in Hyderabad I came across very few almost zero authors from Hyderabad Being from Hyderabad and aspiring to be an author myself, it came as a shocker that a Hyderabadi authored a book and I didn t even come to know of it If it wasn t by Pillai, I wouldn t have come across this book ever Let alone checking the information about the author At least for this sheer aspect, I want to write a full fledged review that flattersboth the book and the author alike Praising every tiny detail and encourage few people to go pick this book up.But I can t Considering the prime rule of BooksReviewWala s Reviewing Rule of providing a Honest and Unbiased view of the book, here I go with the review.Plot from the jacket Like many, Revant has dreamt of getting that fancy and highly regarded MBA degree After working hard, finally he gets an admission to one of the top Indian B schools His excitement is short lived as the overwhelming pressure and the vague definitions of management boggle him down, He gets frustrated with the eople around him who see MBA as a purpose of earning higher ssalary and getting superior designations and indulging in unneeded arrogance He thinks this is not what he wanted to learn out of his MBA.But inside story of MBA graduates, the book helps one realize that real purpose of a MBA degree is not confined to money, blazer, arrogance but it isthan that.About the author also, from the jacket Krishna Kranthi is a management professional from Hyderabad He has pusued his studies from CBIT, worked with Infosys,before pursuing his MBA from SPJIMR, Mumbai In his own words, he describes himself as Eccentric, Honest, Optimist and Passionate This is his first novel www.krishnakranthi.com, hello krishnakranthi.com My take on this book This letter was enclosed in the courier in which I received this book First of all I was disappointed that there was no mention of my name in the book Perhaps, it was same copy that was send to other reviewers, too, I thought Then I wondered, the author at least could have autographed the book This question has been disturbing me since some time If I was going to receive a review of the book, why is it not autographed by the author I don t see there is much effort needed to sign the first page of the book After all, I am asking to autograph each and every page.The NGO message At the most bottom side of the back cover, just belowTo read the whole review, click here

  8. Sean Endress Sean Endress says:

    Taken from myreview Full disclosure I received a copy from the author for the purposes of review MBA follows the younger businessman Revant as he returns to school after years in the field for the purpose of earning his MBA It breaks down his year by the month as he learns to return to the rhythm of classwork, practices his work in the field, and goes on a journey across Europe to increase his skills, all while floundering after girls and trying to work out the meaning of the degree Taken from myreview Full disclosure I received a copy from the author for the purposes of review MBA follows the younger businessman Revant as he returns to school after years in the field for the purpose of earning his MBA It breaks down his year by the month as he learns to return to the rhythm of classwork, practices his work in the field, and goes on a journey across Europe to increase his skills, all while floundering after girls and trying to work out the meaning of the degree he s putting so much into achieving.As an undergraduate facing the real world with littlethan a degree and a whole lot of optimism in a few months, this book was quite well timed for me The lessons Revant gains and imparts with the reader apply not just to an MBA in India, but for all who pursue greatness, achievement, or just the next step on the ladder, without really considering why Mr Kranthi s work is insightful, poignant, and compelling I came away from it a spiritually richer person.For the majority of English readers, MBA will not only provide insight into their own lives, but a fascinating look at the student culture of India My best friend is Indian, but not until now did I realize that I knew so little of his home That was promptly rectified, as I was taken on a tour through the heart of Indian culture its youth There were moments of feeling not so different, while I watched Revant joke with his friends and admire girls from afar though he seems to have great difficulty actually talking to them , and as he sought the meaning to the very degree he was trying to earn, as I often have Then, there were times when I was able to witness uniquely Indian characteristics, such as Revant s struggles with a proposed arranged marriage and the fascinating, life changing work he does with service organizations.Mechanically, the writing is not always on point, in that many grammatical errors are made and some words are misused However, the pattern is one of second language English, to the point where rather than detracting from the experience, the vibrant, though uncertain language sets the scene and tone of MBA quite well Its meaning is never indistinct even when the words don t come out quite correctly, the meaning is clear I m not a personal fan of onomatopoeia or interjections though, and they are scattered throughout MBA Fortunately they invest the work with a heartfelt spirit that keeps their presence tolerable.Bottom line A valuable learning experience on a number of levels Not too long of a read either The language isn t always mechanically correct, but the sentiment is clear and the expressiveness is valuable.Comments or questions Leave a comment down below or contact me at SeanOn gmail.com

  9. Ankit Saxena Ankit Saxena says:

    I got this book as giveaway from its Author its the signed one That s a good sign of networking.I must the debut has gone nicely Krishna has really did well The way he explained the life of MBA is much much better than What Chetan Bhagat thought he had of IITs.His knowledge about the title and its resemblance is very deep and he thoroughly explained it No such drama of starting with careerism point of view and ended with some rubbish love story Its actually about how one pursue his her MB I got this book as giveaway from its Author its the signed one That s a good sign of networking.I must the debut has gone nicely Krishna has really did well The way he explained the life of MBA is much much better than What Chetan Bhagat thought he had of IITs.His knowledge about the title and its resemblance is very deep and he thoroughly explained it No such drama of starting with careerism point of view and ended with some rubbish love story Its actually about how one pursue his her MBA well in manner to achieve the targeted goals of their lives.Both theoretical and practical approach to the subject is deep rooted to KSA I really liked that theory Also the Courage and Conviction terms are co related with goodness.The Travelling literature part of it was also very nice He explained the Places and their visiting way in a good manner.MBA is seriously not about the Blaze, Money and Arrogance Its above it Very highly approachable One has to be ground rooted along with KSA We have to be for society, because we are from society That s what he written well.TYPE A,B C girl seriously, that had truly made me smile over its brief stats And once over to Mahesh ism, that slang made me Laugh to the pitch higher a bit than average As they say, if you can t convince people at least confuse them That s what all these MBA graduates do and end up earning those fat salaries Krishna Really did well Language is easier to understand the terms and message smoothly.However, the Publishing house, I thought, has made one mistake in Printing Acknowledgements ended before Contents, the contents, that actually contains acknowledgements indexed in it on top.For rest this book in overall deserves 3.5 5.0Cover 2.5 5.0Content 4.0 5.0Language 3.5 5.0Binding 3.5 5.0Title Subject Knowledge 4.0 5.0

  10. Somya Singh Somya Singh says:

    When I first laid my hands upon this book, I was a little disappointed at the title itself I thought the book would be some sort of a lecture on what MBA is all about, if not Money, Blazer and Arrogance But then I started reading it, and as they say, Never judge a book by its cover or title , I actually began to enjoy it.This is the first novel by Krishna Kranthi who is a management professional from Hyderabad He has pursued his studies from CBIT, worked with Infosys,before pursuing When I first laid my hands upon this book, I was a little disappointed at the title itself I thought the book would be some sort of a lecture on what MBA is all about, if not Money, Blazer and Arrogance But then I started reading it, and as they say, Never judge a book by its cover or title , I actually began to enjoy it.This is the first novel by Krishna Kranthi who is a management professional from Hyderabad He has pursued his studies from CBIT, worked with Infosys,before pursuing his MBA from SPJIMR, Mumbai.The book is about Revant s journey in SPJIMR, Mumbai and his quest to find the true purpose of pursuing a Masters in Business Administration something which everyone enrolled in the course is uncertain about Like the title itself suggests, with time, he discovers, that MBA is NOT just about money, blazer or arrogance, but it isthan that The story bears a simple plot and language which makes it easier for the reader to focus on the bigger picture Why MBA If you are pursuing an MBA or planning to do so in the future, I am pretty sure you d be able to relate at least a part of yourself to Revant and his thoughts At least, I did The book provides an insight to the inside story of a B School Moreover, it gives you a previously tested and quite precise idea about efficiently utilizing the time during your MBA Improvisations welcomed So, by the time you re done reading about Revant s approach, your mind is already forming ideas of its own Don t think much, just go for it

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