Title: MBA is not about Money, Blazer, Arrogance
Author: Krishna Kranthi
Published: February 1st 2013 by Nivasini Publisher
(first published December 1st 2012)
Page Count: 154
Shelf: Review Copy
Synopsis from Goodreads:
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 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 is more than that.
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 know more about them and their lives. This allows you to really immerse yourself in the novel. It creates a perfect situation for this intriguing tale.
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