In brief


LBSIM Alumni meet

Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM) organised an alumni meet for 1997 to 2010 batches at its Dwarka campus, New Delhi. The Alumni gathered with their families, to reminisce, network, get updated and reconnect with friends around the country and the world. The current batch students  presented an entertaining cultural programme for alumni and their parents. Whereas, Alumni shared their corporate experiences with the students and gave them important career tips.

The meet was inaugurated with the lighting of the lamp by director LBSIM Professor DK Srivastava who said:  “We can now boast of many illustrious alumni, like you, who are leaders in industry, academia public sector enterprises and Government. Now you are to act as a binding force to further strengthen the visualisation as well as the realisation of the vision and mission by planning effective roles as a part of the LBSIM family.”

IIT Genius Scholarship

Top 10 students from each Classes VIII, IX, X and XI will be bestowed with the honour of IIT Genius Title and will also get their education at any IIT sponsored by FIITJEE. The selection will be based on IIT Genius Test followed by an interview (top 30 students from each class will be shortlisted) at Delhi/Hyderabad. The scholarship will cover all institutional expenses, including hostel fee, tuition fee, book fee as well as reasonable personal expenses.

The test will be conducted across India on February 4, 2018.

The last date to register is February 1, 2018. Students can apply by paper application or online — www.fiitjeelogin.com. For more information visit: www.iitgenius.com.



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