JIMS Rohini Alumni Tulika Deb says- “Practical and Theoretical approach is must to enhance skills”
A PGDM degree from any of the good institutes provides one with a great career in management sector. Not only a good exposure but a management degree also provides a better understanding of working in the business and corporate world. One of the post graduates from JIMS Rohini also experienced the same. JIMS Rohini Alumni - Tulika Deb talks about his journey of working as HR Officer at Asian Paints. Tulika states “The practical or theoretical approach taught at JIMS has helped me to enhance my skills and personality as a HR professional”. In an interview with Careers360, she elaborately discusses how her studies at JIMS Rohini helped her to grow in the management sector. Read the full interview to know Tulika’s academics as well as work experience.
Careers360- Tell us about your domain and your work profile. At the professional level, did you pursue the same field you were interested in or you switched?
Tulike Deb- I currently work as HR Officer at Asian Paints. Working as business HR for Sales & Marketing North India. At the professional level, I wanted to pursue my career in the same field.
Careers360 - Can you briefly tell us about your career path so far?
Tulika Deb - Pursued graduation in hospitality & hotel management and then completed PGDM from JIMS. Started my career by working as Executive – HR at Home Credit India Finance Pvt. Ltd and later, got promoted as HRBP and worked for 3.1 year. Handled end to end HR activity for sales & marketing and recovery department in Delhi / NCR. After HCIN, joined Asian Paints as HR Officer, where I am a business HR managing end to end HR activity for North India-Sales & Marketing.
Careers360- Is the Industry work different from what you learned at JIMS?
Tulika Deb - No. The practical or theoretical approach taught at JIMS has helped me to enhance my skills and personality as a HR professional.
Careers360- How do you think your time in college has added value to your life, both professional and personal?
Tulika Deb - Professional Level – The internship project or live project opportunity given by college helped me to understand the HR Industry. The learning from faculty was the basis of real life experience and changes in the corporate world, which is still helping to improve myself as a professional. Milestone in life was getting promoted within 6 months of work experience on the basis of my performance.
Personal Level – Helped me to develop my skills to deal with professional and personal life. I have made friends and good PR with people in the college.
Careers360 - What was your initial thought process when you joined JIMS?
Tulika Deb - I joined JIMS by my choice basis a good review received from people at AIMA. I expected JIMS to have a good faculty and placement record & a professional culture among students.
Careers360- You must have spent a memorable time at JIMS. Do you miss being a part of it? Share a few good memories.
Tulika Deb -
1. Directed and participated in an inter-college street play organized by TATA Power and won first prize.
Fest of JIMS
Miss attending sessions by my lovely faculty - Dr. Pratima Daipura, Prof. SC Kapoor, Prof. Ruchika Duggal, Prof. Mashkur Zaffar, Prof. Sumit Chaudhari & Dr. Bhupender Soam.
End moment revisions with friends during exam
Farewell & Convocation
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Questions related to JIMS Rohini
Manav Rachna is better or jims rohini
Hello dear aspirant
Hope you’re doing well
Jagan institute of management studies, Rohini is affiliated to IP university and is better than manav Rachna.
there isnt much difference between these two but still JIMS, rohini is slightly better
They have good infrastructure. Very good faculty who are perfect at their jobs. The placement record of JIMS is also better than manav rachna university.
JIMS, Rohini has the accreditations of SAQS, NAAC, AICTE, AIU and NBA.
Hope this cleared your doubt
which college is best for mass communication jims rohini Or jims vasant kunj
JIMS through IP university is good to go for. But, direct admission in JIMS is not really helpful when you really want to learn something about journalism and mass communication.
JIMS Vasant Kunj is considered very good for B.J.M.C. It is considered as the second best college for BJMC after VIPS in IP University. If you are getting admission there, then you should definitely look forward for it.
what will come in entrance exam of ba psychology in JIMS??
JIMS BA Psychology entrance exam consists of 100 questions from language skill (20 questions), general awareness (40 questions), reasoning (20 questions) and Social Awareness (20 questions). Each question will reward 1 marks for every correct answer and 0.25 negative marking for every wrong answer.
You should prepare 10th, 11th and 12th syllabus from above mentioned sections. I recommend to go with NCERT book for JMI’s BA Psychology Entrance Preparation.
what is the syllabus of bba entrance test in jims rohini sector 3?
JIMS is Jagannath International management school situated in Rohini.
The BBA course offered is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University is a 3 year course divided into 6 semesters.
The detailed syllabus for the entrance exam is as follows:
- GENERAL KNOWLEDGE which includes History, current events, sports, science, awards, computer science, general policy, economic studies, geography, trade awareness of India, Business and Business and general awareness.
- LOGICAL REASONING including Analogy test, out one out test, alphabet test, coding and decoding test, data arrangement test, direction and distance test, inert missing sequence test, logical word sequence test, mathematical operations, number test, raking test, series test, relationship test, cube and cubical test, statement argument, logical test, alphanumeric symbol sequence, time sequence, statement conclusion, logical diagram and data sufficiency.
- NUMERICAL ABILITIES OR QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE which includes approximation, average, volume, data sufficiency test, discounts, ratio and proportion, commercial math, HCF and LCM, number theory, logarithm, percentage, mensuration area, profit and loss, data comparison, data interpretation, partnership, quantitative comparison, simplification, square roots, surds and indices, fractions and decimals, compound and simple interest.
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE which includes analogies, comprehension, fill in the blanks, proficiencies, idioms and phrases, one word substitution, synonyms and antonyms, vocabulary, inappropriate usage of words, rearrangement of sentences, english usage errors, common errors, close test, spotting errors and spelling mistakes.
HOPE THIS HELPS
what will be the cutof mark/all india rank in NEET to get admitted in govt quota seats in JIMS college kolkata?
Greetings of the day dear aspirant
The cutoff trends changes every year and it depends on the number of students appearing in the examination, difficulty level, number of available seats, etc.
The cutoff for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) course at Jagannath Gupta Institute of Medical Sciences (JGIMS) was 9678 in round 1 counseling in the year 2019. For second round, the cutoff was 12,026. The mentioned cutoff is All India NEET Rank Cutoff for General/Open Category candidates.
You can have a detailed look at the cutoff trends of JGIMS, Kolkata from the link provided above.
You can try using our NEET College Predictor from the link given above.
Hope I've cleared all your queries!!
All the best for your future endeavours