Mentorship Challenge 1: Movie Review for the PGDM & MBA students at ISBR

Most MBA students have little time to devote to anything other than their course and even less time to watch movies. However, an aspiring soccer player has seen Bend it like Beckham and most of them who belong to the digital marketing must have seen The Social Network. The point being is that there is a core-curriculum of movies that an MBA aspirant must-see, not just for entertainment, but for experience.

Mentorship Challenge 1: Movie Review

Recently on 17th September 2016, ISBR conducted a MOVIE REVIEW session for the PGDM & MBA students as a part of the Mentorship Challenge to showcase their aptitude in the field of conceptualizing management concepts through entertainment. The mentorship groups from both PGDM and MBA were asked to select movies with the concept of management and give a detailed review of the same. In the pre-selection round, each mentorship group was asked to select the best movie to be presented in the final round.

For an MBA aspirant, some of the movies which were shortlisted hit all the finer points of being a management graduate, including college life, finance, investments, supply chain, entrepreneurship, and ethics. The movies which were shortlisted for the challenge were The Pursuit of Happiness; Fault in our Stars, Ocean’s Eleven, The Good Dinosaur, Invictus, YehJawani Hai Deewani, Rocket Singh: Salesman of the year and The Wolf of the Wall Street. Students then came up with the lessons learned; some shared the Entrepreneurship, business ethics, and good managerial outlook, while some spoke about the art of negotiation, teamwork and the attitude to achieve. These movies gave a glimpse of what awaits in the world of business once the MBA degree is in your hand. All in all, the students made a great effort in putting up a good show and their presentations were judged by Industry stalwartsfrom Cinema and Theatre – SuchintyaLal Roy (Director), Seema Roy (Director & Singer), AnjanBhadra (Director), Bhuban Joshi (Director – HR, Hyatt Group) and Mr Mahesh A (HR Head, Radel Electronics). The judge’s final verdict was out and Invictus was judged as the best movie that was been reviewed.

The overall function proved to be fruitful for the students experience as it approached towards their personal or soon to be professional lives that they will live in.

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