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"TITLE – Festival or Organization – Leadership is a necessity: let’s rejoice life. October is the most delightful month. As mentioned by Hal Borland - With fallen leaves and a wider horizon, we can see the distant hills and enduring constellations above. Sarah Guillory beautifully narrated October as - with marvellous possibilities summer becomes a distant memory and the golden leaves brings around lot of adventures. October is the month of festivals. There is little variation in season but lot of vividity in its upcoming series of festivals like Durga Puja, Navratri, Dussera & Diwali. Festivals have magnetic impact on people and business. From East to West, North to South wherever we go in India we experience different colours and flavours in culture, language and business. Festivals bind all of us in a single knot. Durga puja engrosses the people with grand celebrations. Pandals are set up in every locality and Durga idol is worshiped there. People from remote faraway places come to sell various attractive articles and public go for overgenerous feasting. Dussehra is celebrated all over India with extreme joy and happiness. This is one of the most prevalent festivals in October in India and marks the demise of Ravana, Meghnath, and Kumbhakarna. One of the chief events in October, India Art Festival is a contemporary art festival where art enthusiasts, art buyers, specialists, history freaks, publishers, and critics meet for seminars and exhibitions. The aim is to provide a platform for social and business networking in the field of art and culture. Going towards the West in Rajasthan we can see Maand festival during Sharad Purnima where people rejoice with Horse riding, magic shows, puppet shows, Camel Tattoo Shows, and Horse Polo. This attracts lots of tourists and enhances the beauty of the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mandore, and Mehrangarh Fort and it is certainly a sight worth witnessing! Festivals boost business – people buy new things and the retailers also provide many promotional activities to augment business. So, business have a gala time for profit. There is happiness all around. People also go for charitable activities. This is a part of present-day organizations where for Corporate Social responsibility a part of the company’s profit is utilized for the betterment of downtrodden people in the nearby vicinity of business. Behind all good activity there are group of efficient people with sharp bent of mind. For carrying out any kind of activity and to attain success we need an association of good efficient people headed by a person who is responsible, disciplined, punctual, rational and intelligent who is a leader who motivates his/her team for achieving goal. The symbiotic relationship between leadership and teamwork can barely be exaggerated. In a progressively knowledge-intensive world, even the most competent leader would see failure if the team led by him/her fails to measure leader’s objectives and get derailed. Undeniably, teams can be rudderless without operative and wise leaders. Noticeably, leadership and teamwork cannot exist without each other. They have to be balanced, synchronized, and synergized for optimal organizational performance towards successful results. Leadership and teamwork weave the dynamic fabric of organizations. Teams are basically temporary organizations with specific objectives, capitals, and timeframes. The reason being, both the tactical objectives and strategic goals of the organization are achieved principally through team effort and not by accident. Both leadership and teamwork are driven by critical soft skills that need to be drilled prudently, and in a well-adjusted manner. This equilibrium between leadership and teamwork is authoritative to ensure that both are implemented not only as two sides of the same coin but with interdependence as they derive inspiration for success from each other. Undeniably, the best leaders inspire their groups to achieve responsibilities and goals well beyond their own expectations (Bass, 1990). The concept of leadership carries many different meanings and is often viewed as identical with other, equally complex concepts—like power, authority, management, administration, and supervision (Lim, 2001). Leadership in organization is a set of behaviour that empowers a person to exercise an interpersonal stimulus on a cluster of people. Organizations of present days are functioning in dwindling business environment. Lot of investment is done in technology upgradation, process improvement, structuring system. Collaterally improving human productivity should be never-ending effort. Performance excellence leads to business excellence. Doing simple things perfectly. multiskilling and multitasking capabilities of employees. a company is a social institution. its existence depends upon the harmonious relationship with multiple segments of society . As a true leader one needs to be inquisitive. Pain is often a precursor to personal growth. One has to identify about one’s passion, try to make own fortune, realise self-potentials and harness one’s skills. We should Grab the opportunity that come across, make ourselves different from others, set a goal that we want to achieve, make positive effort. Discipline is the soul of an army. Quality is never an accident, it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort intelligent direction and skilful execution, it represents the wise choice of many alternatives. Be polite, keep away from lies, be sensitive to others, show people that you care, be independent, think clearly keep focused, have passion and optimism, be imaginative. Organisational leadership is an amalgamated of skills and behaviours empowering an individual to exercise an interpersonal stimulus on a group of people. The leader’s dream and determination are thus attained by guiding and inspiring the team to achieve the anticipated set of goals intended by the leader. Undeniably, leadership is an innate feature of an individual that motivates the team for transforming leader vision and authenticity. The eventual achievement of a leader is to coax followers to do outwardly incredible acts. Whether it is business, association, social responsibility, celebrating festival or other commitment with a reason, all needs a guide or leader, and the leader needs a collaborative team. Todays organizations are surviving in volatile business scenario where there is cutting edge competition. So, the right person in the right time in the right place is the requirement of any organization or association to survive. After all it has always been celebration of life for the survival of the fittest! -Ayush Kumar,Sec-B,1st Year"

TITLE – Festival or Organization – Leadership is a necessity: let’s rejoice life.

October is the most delightful month. As mentioned by Hal Borland - With fallen leaves and a wider horizon, we can see the distant hills and enduring constellations above.  Sarah Guillory beautifully narrated October as - with marvellous possibilities summer becomes a distant memory and the golden leaves brings around lot of adventures. 

October is the month of festivals. There is little variation in season but lot of vividity in its upcoming series of festivals like Durga Puja, Navratri, Dussera & Diwali.  Festivals have magnetic impact on people and business. From East to West, North to South wherever we go in India we experience different colours and flavours in culture, language and business.

Festivals bind all of us in a single knot. Durga puja engrosses the people with grand celebrations. Pandals are set up in every locality and Durga idol is worshiped there. People from remote faraway places come to sell various attractive articles and public go for overgenerous feasting.

Dussehra is celebrated all over India with extreme joy and happiness. This is one of the most prevalent festivals in October in India and marks the demise of Ravana, Meghnath, and Kumbhakarna.
 
One of the chief events in October, India Art Festival is a contemporary art festival where art enthusiasts, art buyers, specialists, history freaks, publishers, and critics meet for seminars and exhibitions. The aim is to provide a platform for social and business networking in the field of art and culture. Going towards the West in Rajasthan we can see Maand festival during Sharad Purnima where people rejoice with Horse riding, magic shows, puppet shows, Camel Tattoo Shows, and Horse Polo. This attracts lots of tourists and enhances the beauty of the Umaid Bhawan Palace, Mandore, and Mehrangarh Fort and it is certainly a sight worth witnessing! 

Festivals boost business – people buy new things and the retailers also provide many promotional activities to augment business. So, business have a gala time for profit. There is happiness all around. People also go for charitable activities. This is a part of present-day organizations where for Corporate Social responsibility a part of the company’s profit is utilized for the betterment of downtrodden people in the nearby vicinity of business.

Behind all good activity there are group of efficient people with sharp bent of mind. For carrying out any kind of activity and to attain success we need an association of good efficient people headed by a person who is responsible, disciplined, punctual, rational and intelligent who is a leader who motivates his/her team for achieving goal.
  
The symbiotic relationship between leadership and teamwork can barely be exaggerated. In a progressively knowledge-intensive world, even the most competent leader would see failure if the team led by him/her fails to measure leader’s objectives and get derailed. Undeniably, teams can be rudderless without operative and wise leaders. Noticeably, leadership and teamwork cannot exist without each other. They have to be balanced, synchronized, and synergized for optimal organizational performance towards successful results.

Leadership and teamwork weave the dynamic fabric of organizations. Teams are basically temporary organizations with specific objectives, capitals, and timeframes. The reason being, both the tactical objectives and strategic goals of the organization are achieved principally through team effort and not by accident.
 
Both leadership and teamwork are driven by critical soft skills that need to be drilled prudently, and in a well-adjusted manner. This equilibrium between leadership and teamwork is authoritative to ensure that both are implemented not only as two sides of the same coin but with interdependence as they derive inspiration for success from each other. Undeniably, the best leaders inspire their groups to achieve responsibilities and goals well beyond their own expectations (Bass, 1990). The concept of leadership carries many different meanings and is often viewed as identical with other, equally complex concepts—like power, authority, management, administration, and supervision (Lim, 2001). Leadership in organization is a set of behaviour that empowers a person to exercise an interpersonal stimulus on a cluster of people.

Organizations of present days are functioning in dwindling business environment. Lot of investment is done in technology upgradation, process improvement, structuring system. Collaterally improving human productivity should be never-ending effort. Performance excellence leads to business excellence. Doing simple things perfectly. multiskilling and multitasking capabilities of employees. a company is a social institution. its existence depends upon the harmonious relationship with multiple segments of society
. 
As a true leader one needs to be inquisitive. Pain is often a precursor to personal growth. One has to identify about one’s passion, try to make own fortune, realise self-potentials and harness one’s skills. We should Grab the opportunity that come across, make ourselves different from others, set a goal that we want to achieve, make positive effort.
 
Discipline is the soul of an army. Quality is never an accident, it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort intelligent direction and skilful execution, it represents the wise choice of many alternatives. Be polite, keep away from lies, be sensitive to others, show people that you care, be independent, think clearly keep focused, have passion and optimism, be imaginative.

 Organisational leadership is an amalgamated of skills and behaviours empowering an individual to exercise an interpersonal stimulus on a group of people. The leader’s dream and determination are thus attained by guiding and inspiring the team to achieve the anticipated set of goals intended by the leader.  Undeniably, leadership is an innate feature of an individual that motivates the team for transforming leader vision and authenticity. The eventual achievement of a leader is to coax followers to do outwardly incredible acts.

Whether it is business, association, social responsibility, celebrating festival or other commitment with a reason, all needs a guide or leader, and the leader needs a collaborative team. Todays organizations are surviving in volatile business scenario where there is cutting edge competition. So, the right person in the right time in the right place is the requirement of any organization or association to survive. 
After all it has always been celebration of life for the survival of the fittest!


-Ayush Kumar,Sec-B,1st Year

#flyhigh

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"Itinerary for 'Shaarodiya' 1.Opening speech by hosts- Naibedya and Suchitra 2.Welcome speech 3.Introductory song by Mahima 4.Dance by Debasmita,Anindita and Purba 5.Audio skit by 1st year 6.Dance by Shreyasri Bose 7.E-magazine launch 8.Recitation by Rima 9.Instrument by Neeladri 10.Song by Subhojit,1st year 11.Recitation by Madhusree,1st year 12.Dance by Debasmita,2nd year 13.Song by Aritra,1st year 14.Recitation by Binayak,1st year 15.Dance by Piya,1st year 16.Song by Payel,2nd year 17.Song by Anwesha,1st year 18.Dance by Namrata,1st year 19.Recitation by Piya,1st year 20.Dance by Anindita,Debasmita and Minakshi,2nd year 21.Ending song by Rohan,2nd year 22.Thanks-giving session 23.Concluding speech by hosts-Naibedya and Suchitra"

Itinerary for 'Shaarodiya'

1.Opening speech by hosts- Naibedya and Suchitra
2.Welcome speech
3.Introductory song by Mahima
4.Dance by Debasmita,Anindita and Purba
5.Audio skit by 1st year
6.Dance by Shreyasri Bose
7.E-magazine launch
8.Recitation by Rima
9.Instrument by Neeladri
10.Song by Subhojit,1st year
11.Recitation by Madhusree,1st year
12.Dance by Debasmita,2nd year
13.Song by Aritra,1st year
14.Recitation by Binayak,1st year
15.Dance by Piya,1st year
16.Song by Payel,2nd year
17.Song by Anwesha,1st year
18.Dance by Namrata,1st year
19.Recitation by Piya,1st year
20.Dance by Anindita,Debasmita and Minakshi,2nd year
21.Ending song by Rohan,2nd year
22.Thanks-giving session
23.Concluding speech by hosts-Naibedya and Suchitra

 

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"Good versus Evil: Is it worth battling or are both meant to co-exist? I would like to refer to a quote of the greatest physicist cum scientist of this millennium, Albert Einstein, “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.People believe that both good and evil are contrary to each other in terms of nature but philosophers believe that both good and evil are complementary to each other. Noble Laureate cum eminent physicist, Albert Einstein made a phenomenal comment on existence and relationship between good and evil. He asked, “Does cold exist? Does darkness exist?”. Physicists considered that cold is the absence of heat.Likewise, darkness is the absence of light.Knowledge and wisdom are two prominent qualities that a human being can attain without much effort. A knowledgeable person is able to provide better vision to the society. Lack of enlightening knowledge, guidance and wisdom throws a person into darkness. He becomes unaware of his wrongdoings. I would not get into the conventional theme of good and bad, where good is represented by the God and evil is represented by the satanic practices of the devil.In ancient stories and mythological legends, stories used to revolve around the God and the Satan. In classical tragedies, good and moral practices used to be considered to convey the existence of God but that is totally different from today's concept of devil and good. German philosopher, mathematician, and scholar in multiple domains, Leibniz proposed his famous theory on metaphysics based on this phenomenon. He made an insightful comment that this phenomenon aided to reshape human mind over ages. I would make a short note on Yin and Yang that was predominantly proposed by the Chinese philosophers. They mentioned that both good and evil complement each other. Good and evil will always co-exist, and they will complement each other. It has been observed that behavioural traits are major factors for differentiating between good and evil individuals. In Christian literature, this conflict between the good and evil has been explained through the existence of the God and Satan.To sum up,it can be concluded that the co-existence of good and evil is inevitable. -Baishakhi Patra MBA,1st Year,Sec-B"

Good versus Evil: Is it worth battling or are both meant to co-exist?                                                                  							I would like to refer to a quote of the greatest physicist cum scientist of this millennium, Albert Einstein, “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.People believe that both good and evil are contrary to each other in terms of nature but philosophers believe that both good and evil are complementary to each other. 													Noble Laureate cum eminent physicist, Albert Einstein made a phenomenal comment on existence and relationship between good and evil. He asked, “Does cold exist? Does darkness exist?”. Physicists considered that cold is the absence of heat.Likewise, darkness is the absence of light.Knowledge and wisdom are two prominent qualities that a human being can attain without much effort. A knowledgeable person is able to provide better vision to the society. Lack of enlightening knowledge, guidance and wisdom throws a person into darkness. He becomes unaware of his wrongdoings.	
I would not get into the conventional theme of good and bad, where good is represented by the God and evil is represented by the satanic practices of the devil.In ancient stories and mythological legends, stories used to revolve around the God and the Satan. In classical tragedies, good and moral practices used to be considered to convey the existence of God but that is totally different from today's concept of devil and good.
	German philosopher, mathematician, and scholar in multiple domains, Leibniz proposed his famous theory on metaphysics based on this phenomenon. He made an insightful comment that this phenomenon aided to reshape human mind over ages.	 I would make a short note on Yin and Yang that was predominantly proposed by the Chinese philosophers. They mentioned that both good and evil complement each other. Good and evil will always co-exist, and they will complement each other. It has been observed that behavioural traits are major factors for differentiating between good and evil individuals. In Christian literature, this conflict between the good and evil has been explained through the existence of the God and Satan.To sum up,it can be concluded that the co-existence of good and evil is inevitable.											

                                                                         -Baishakhi Patra
                                                                              MBA,1st Year,Sec-B

#Morning

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"IEM E-MAGINATION welcomes following entries for this week's publishing : 1.Short stories in English,Hindi and Bangla. 2.Photographs. 3.Poems/Quotes in English,Hindi and Bangla. Send us your work via our social media handles or dm the editors directly. COME ONE, COME ALL!!"

IEM E-MAGINATION

welcomes following entries for this week's publishing :

1.Short stories in English,Hindi and Bangla.

2.Photographs.

3.Poems/Quotes in English,Hindi and Bangla.

Send us your work via our social media handles or
dm the editors directly.

COME ONE, COME ALL!!

 

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"अब कुछ कर बहुत रो लिया तू, बहुत सो लिया तू, चिंताओं में बहुत खो लिया तू; अब जागना हो तो मत डर, अब कुछ कर,अब कुछ कर। दुविधाग्रस्त मन है, थका हुआ तन है, फिर भी शेष नहीं हुआ अभी तक यह रण है; अब जीतना हो तो लड़, अब कुछ कर,अब कुछ कर। चुनौतियां अल्प नहीं, मन में संकल्प नहीं, परन्तु हारना भी विकल्प नहीं; अब जीना हो तो चल उठकर, अब कुछ कर,अब कुछ कर। - Rohit Kumar Mukherjee MBA,1st Year, Section-A"

अब कुछ कर

बहुत रो लिया तू,
बहुत सो लिया तू,
चिंताओं में बहुत खो लिया तू;
अब जागना हो तो मत डर,
अब कुछ कर,अब कुछ कर।

दुविधाग्रस्त मन है,
थका हुआ तन है,
फिर भी शेष नहीं हुआ अभी तक यह रण है;
अब जीतना हो तो लड़,
अब कुछ कर,अब कुछ कर।

चुनौतियां अल्प नहीं,
मन में संकल्प नहीं,
परन्तु हारना भी विकल्प नहीं;
अब जीना हो तो चल उठकर,
अब कुछ कर,अब कुछ कर।

- Rohit Kumar Mukherjee
   MBA,1st Year, Section-A

#Hope

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