Who is a Great Human ?


“Arjuna once asked Krishna, ” Lord, why do people consider Karna more generous than Yudhishthira ? Neither have ever refused whatever has been asked for nor whoever has asked. So why is Karna considered greater than Yudhishthira?”*

The Lord said with a smile, “Come, I’ll show you why.”

Disguised as brahmins, they first went to Yudhishthira ‘s court and asked for sandalwood sticks to conduct ‘yagna’. The king immediately sent his soldiers to all parts of his Kingdom in search of sandalwood sticks. It was monsoon, the trees were all drenched and the soldiers returned with wet sandalwood pieces. Yagna was not possible with the wet sticks.

Krishna and Arjuna proceeded to Karna’s court next and asked for the same sticks. Karna thought for a while and said ” as it’s raining for several days now, it will be impossible to collect dry sandalwood sticks. But there is a way. Please wait for a while.”

Saying this, Karna proceeded to chop and cut down the doors and windows of the court which were made of sandalwood and after making them into pieces, gifted the dry sandalwood sticks to the brahmins to conduct ‘yagna’.

They accepted the offerings and went back. On their way back, Krishna asked Arjuna “do you realise the difference between the two, Arjuna? Had we asked Yudhishthira to give his doors and windows for us to conduct yagna, he would have given us without a second thought. But he did not think of it himself. We did not ask Karna either. Yudhishthira gave because that was his dharma. Karna gave because he loves to give. This is the difference between the two and that is why Karna is considered greater. Whatever work you do, it becomes nobler when you do it with love.”

We can work with different attitudes.

  1. Someone asked you to,
  2. or as a duty
  3. or as your dharma
  4. or as Karna did, *out of love for doing the job.


The last said is however, the best; whatever work you do, love it, enjoy the work


Millennium School of Business, Bangalore

Importance of MBA | www.msob.edu.in

Importance  of MBA Education

An MBA, or a Master of Business Administration, is a very hot topic nowadays. Is this just a trend or is there real value in pursuing such a study programme?

It is expensive and demanding and it has high entry requirements, so why should you opt for an MBA?

We will try to make that clear and list the advantages of an MBA, especially when it is a top business school with a very good reputation. So, here are the top 5 reasons for which it is worth it to start studying a master in business administration.

Higher Salary

The average salary for an MBA graduate is considerably higher than that of an employee with a regular master qualification. For MBA graduates the average salary ranges from 2.5 Lacs to 6.00 Lacs in finance. That is almost twice as much of what you can expect to earn with a regular University degree. In this case, in 2 years, you cover the investment made in your MBA education which is estimated to cost, for a 2 year MBA at a top business university is Rs. 3.5 Lacs on an Average

Career opportunities

This advantage of an MBA degree goes hand in hand with the first one and it is actually the cause of the first one. Graduates of an MBA programme have, due to their qualification, higher chances of obtaining and holding a high level management position. It is estimated that 70% of the MBA graduates worldwide are senior managers or board directors. This type of position brings along a higher salary but of course also a higher responsibility and longer working hours.

Whether you wish to further your current career by advancing in a leadership position, or you want to pursue a new career, an MBA is definitely going to boost your chances of achieving these goals.

Great Business Network

As an MBA student you have great networking opportunities. Through this type of study you get to know and interact in a relevant manner with colleagues, professors and teaching staff. Furthermore if you are not doing a part-time MBA next to your job or within your company you have good chances to meet potential employers through the various internships that are part of most top MBA programme. Last but not least you gain access to the extensive alumni network of that particular MBA programme and of others (professionals with key positions to whom you already have a direct link through the MBA education you possess. This extensive, well consolidate business network is bound to pay off throughout your whole career making you the first-hand recipient of all relevant information in the field and giving you better chances at seizing the best opportunities.

Acquire New skill and knowledge.

You may think it sounds trivial and may say to yourself isnt that what any study programme is supposed to do?. Yes, it is, but an MBA education is usually pursued in a very specific situation by a young professional with a few (2,3 or more) years of experience and sometimes even by senior employees that feel up for the challenge. After some time in the professional life (even as little as 2 years) it is in the human nature to conform to a certain repetitiveness and to stagnate in a comfort zone. This limits your disposition for learning and new skill acquisition, why should I learn something new when what I know works just fine, its safer to stick to what I know best. Studying a Master of Business Administration forces you to get out of your comfort zone, deal with the latest issues, apply the newest management techniques and just constantly challenge yourself, your practices and your approaches. And that will continue after graduation as well, as an MBA also provides you with the channels that will keep this challenge alive and push you to continuously improve.

Holistic perspective on the business world

As mentioned before, through studying an MBA you become part of a great network of professionals and companies and you constantly challenge yourself with the newest problem-solving. These things together give you a great overview of the business world, a deep understanding and a certain receptiveness to the slight changes of this environment. This type of overview and sensitivity is very hard to achieve without spending a lot of time on it. Also, as regular employee, your access will be restricted to much of the relevant information. As an MBA student or graduate this insight comes with the territory and is a great asset, not only to you as a manager, but also to any potential employer.

If you are the type of person that can handle the challenge of holding a leadership position, of having a lot of responsibility and of being in a constant learning and development cycle, then you are probably a good candidate for an MBA.

Millennium School of Business – Bangalore


Separating good from Bad

How to remove extra lemon from water, so as separating bad from good in life…
I still remember the day I was preparing fresh lime water for the first time… I ended up adding almost five times the amount of lemon than needed..


American schools are teaching our kids how to code all wrong — Quartz

The US Department of Labor projects that one million jobs in computing will go unfilled by 2020. These are good jobs, jobs that would allow economic mobility and great earning potential over the course of a career. We know why these positions aren’t being filled—a lack of skilled candidates. In response, there has been a…

via American schools are teaching our kids how to code all wrong — Quartz

True Story of a Lizard, When a lizard can, why cant we



This is a true story that happened in Japan.

In order to renovate the house, someone in Japan breaks open the wall.


Japanese houses normally have a hollow space between the wooden walls.


When tearing down the walls, he found that there was a lizard stuck there because a nail from outside hammered into one of it’s feet.


He sees this, feels pity, and at the same time curious, as when he checked the nail,

it was nailed 5 years ago when the house was first built !!!


What happened?


The lizard has survived in such position for 5 years!!!!!!!!!!


In a dark wall partition for 5 years without moving, it is impossible and mind-boggling.


Then he wondered how this lizard survived for 5 years! without moving a single step–since it’s foot was nailed!


So he stopped his work and observed the lizard, what it has been doing, and what and how it has been eating.


Later, not knowing from where it came, appears another lizard, with food in it’s mouth.


Ah! He was stunned and touched deeply.


For the lizard that was stuck by nail, another lizard has been feeding it for the past 5 years…


Imagine? it has been doing that untiringly for 5 long years, without giving up hope on it’s partner.


Imagine what a small creature can do that a creature blessed with a brilliant mind can’t.


Please never abandon your loved ones


Never Say you’re Busy When They Really Need You …


You May Have The Entire World At Your Feet…..


But You Might Be The Only World To Them….


A Moment of negligence might break the very heart which loved you against all odds..


Before you say something  just remember..


it takes a moment to Break but an entire lifetime to make…

Millennium School of Business Bangalore

Apple is trying to be friends with Indian entrepreneurs — Quartz

Apple is wooing India like never before. The maker of iPhone—which recently reported a 58% year-on-year jump in revenue from India—may have started looking at the country as more than just a market for its devices. Last week, Apple hosted around 40 Indian entrepreneurs at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, and discussed mobile app development.…

via Apple is trying to be friends with Indian entrepreneurs — Quartz

Why Indian students are crazy about foreign MBAs — Quartz

Never mind the Indian Institutes of Management, or the Indian School of Business. India’s MBA aspirants much rather go abroad than stay home to attend B-school—and it’s all about reputation. A survey of around 10,000 students from across the world shows that 81% Indians (exact number of the domestic sample isn’t available) polled would prefer…

via Why Indian students are crazy about foreign MBAs — Quartz