Dr Madhukar Angur critical about Exam Stress


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Stress is a feeling of tension, excitement or pressure to do well which alerts the body to be ready to put a big effort into whatever a person is doing. Stress is part of everyday living but exam stress can be harmful. Stress becomes a problem when, instead of helping a person to do better and lead to success, it causes him to do less well, or causes health or relationship problems. Exams are a crucial part of education and the source of stress for many students. In order to avoid crippling anxiety from these pesky evaluations, it is important to approach them with a clear mind and an understanding of how to deal with stressful situations more broadly.

Sometimes stress problems can “creep up on you” so you are not really aware of too much stress until things start going wrong. The following can be signs of too much stress:


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  • Being easily upset or angry
  • Tiredness and having problems sleeping
  • Worry, feeling overwhelmed and helpless
  • Poor concentration
  • Being “jumpy” and “fidgety”
  • Lots of blaming and complaining
  • Diarrhea
  • Loss of enthusiasm
  • Loss of interest – things you usually enjoy
  • Less resistance to viruses and infections

Coping with stress problems

Encourage your children to do as well as they can, but try not to pressure them or make them feel that you will be very disappointed if they don’t do well.

  • Help them to set up a quiet place to study and protect their privacy.
  • Take an interest in what they are doing.
  • Lessen the chores around exam time, and encourage your young people to get some breaks from study.
  • Let them know that you trust them to do as well as they can.
  • Encourage your children to talk with teachers or lecturers about a study program that suits them – and to stick to it.
  • Encourage them to get ideas about revision techniques from teachers or friends and choose what suits them best.
  • Help them to balance their time and to allow time for exercise, going out, staying in touch with friends and having fun and enough rest.
  • Encourage them to get plenty of fresh air. Try studying outside for a change.
  • When people feel stressed their body needs to do something active – this is the way our ancestors escaped from their enemies. So encourage your teenager to do something active when he or she feels really stressed – go for a run or play an energetic game.
  • Make sure there is time for friends. Talking things over with others helps.
  • It is important to take breaks, especially when they feel tired or they are not working well. Stretch, go for a walk, or do something different for a few minutes.
  • Some foods seem to help more than others – a drink of warm milk can help relax at bedtime, while sugar gives more energy for a while, but then the person can feel worse than before.
  • Young people don’t need drinks with caffeine in them before an exam – their own stress will make them tense enough!
  • If they are obviously not able to do well, or maybe not working as well as they can, remember that there are other ways to do well in life without passing exams. For those who are not yet ready to work well at their study for some reason, there can always be another time.


So prepare well For CAT exam. All the best!!









Changing Trends of Indian Higher Education by Dr Madhukar Angur

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Higher Education in India is one of the largest and oldest systems of higher education found anywhere in the world.  India has remarkably transformed its higher education landscape. It has created widespread access to low-cost high-quality university education for students of all levels. A differentiated three-tiered university system – where each tier has a distinct strategic objective – has enabled universities to build on their strengths and cater across different categories of educational needs.  India has undertaken massive structural and systemic changes that have started to yield encouraging results. The country has been touted to have the best-in-class post-secondary education system at present.

Today’s Indian youth is more focused, target oriented and well versed with upcoming needs and accordingly opts for the type of education which is demand driven, job-oriented and unbiased for gender. Viewing the importance of this changing education trend, various non-conventional, technical and non-technical courses are being introduced in general educational institutions, polytechnics and engineering colleges in India. The curricula of these courses are being designed keeping in view the demands of world of work.

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Indian education sector is growing at a fast pace but the professionals including faculty and administrators are lagging behind both in quantity or quality. The expansion plans announced by the Indian government and entry of many more private players would require faculty members and given the shortage of faculty either the institutions would further start compromising on the quality of teaching or projects would delay/abort.

By 2030, India will be amongst the youngest nations in the world. With nearly 140 million people in the college-going age group, one in every four graduates in the world will be a product of the Indian education system. Higher education in India has recorded impressive growth since Independence. University Grants Commission (UGC), by designing programmes and implementing various schemes through academic, administrative and financial support, has contributed in the growth and development of Indian higher education. In the changing landscape, entrance of private universities is a game changer. Many new institutions of medicine, science, technology and others have been introduced. We have gross enrollment ratio of about 17.9% now, while an ambitious target of 25.2% has been envisaged by the end of 12th Plan.

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I strongly believe that a stratified three tiered structure that enables seamless vertical and horizontal mobility of students would be able to create the desired intellectual, economic and social value.


Macro Management Concept by Dr Madhukar Angur

The Concept of Macro Management is exactly in contrast to Micro Management. Macro management is the act of leading decision makers or managing the managers. Macro management is a close concept to the economic concept of mechanism design.Management can be broken down into two categories: micromanagement and macro management.

“Macro” comes from the Greek word for large. Frederick Keller defined macro managing as setting business policy, determining strategy and organizing management. A macro-manager delegates responsibilities to subordinates.

Benefit of Macro management involves , as in this a  macro manager decides what projects need to be done, sets the desired outcome and delegates responsibilities to subordinates. Macro managers act as general overseers. They rely heavily on those assigned to a project to complete it according to standards and protocol, but they contribute very little.

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Both forms of management have pros and cons associated with it. In Macro management the  managers are the ones who give out instructions to the people working for them and leave. At times the decision making process becomes a problem when situations arise and a quick judgment has to be made. Employees cannot always make decisions about the company. To a certain degree workers can’t be left too much on their own and would require supervision. This can result to inefficiency in the workplace since decisions are not made right away and workers are left to handle and make use of their time as they want.

Alliance University also as a business school focus on such management styles for management point of view. Both Forms have benefits as well as pitfalls. So, for success of an organisation balance of both Micro management and macro management should be applied. But the style whatever we choose should be ” SMART”.

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Views of Dr Madhukar Angur on Collective Leadership

Leadership is often is taken to be a part of Network Control ,Assessment Process. According to me effective networks at workplace and Industry are the Best Places to find the best leaders. Collective leadership is an emerging approach to leadership development that received national attention. Collective leadership occurs when people come together and mobilize human, cultural, and technological resources in ways that improve their communities for achievement of a particular objective.

As a being  associated with a Business School    like Alliance University we teach about  it is as a relational approach where multiple individuals assume leadership roles within a group while the entire group provides leadership to the wider community; it is a fluid approach that evolves in response to specific situations and settings.

At the combined level , goal of an organisation would be initiate smart leadership.  This process involves to Encourage team members who are at odds with each other to work through their differences utilizing collaborative decision making and conflict management techniques. Encourage the sharing of individual expertise and strengths within the group to help balance out the president’s portfolio.

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A skilled senior leadership team that thrives in complex and less predictable environments is essential for achieving institutional goals.The time is rapidly approaching for organisations to restore the imbalance that has been shaped by focusing exclusively on the individual leadership model. this is basically only way to ensure sustainable growth.


Impact of Social Media in Business: Dr Madhukar Angur

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It’s actually a fact that we cannot deny the impact of Social Media on the Business of Marketing.When creating a social media marketing strategy, it is worth thinking very carefully about who is being targeted. There will be people within your social networks who may not necessarily be customers, but who nevertheless can have a massive impact on your marketing efforts. Social media has assumed a more powerful role in helping to shape buying behaviors, amplifying the volume.

Such Geo-targeting is an effective way to send your message out to a specific audience or demographic based on their location as Consumers and internet users who have grown up in an environment saturated with social media, mobile computing and constant connectivity continue to gain financial influence and will increasingly leverage their new found power to control — at least indirectly — pricing, product selection, distribution and marketing efforts.

We at Alliance  University , being a business school  try to focus on the latest Trends in Business followed . Therefore its important to discuss this impact full topic.


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The above statistics shows the gender wise ratio of  population involved in social media interaction. Social networks like Facebook and Twitter have tools that allow you to communicate the right kind of content to your audience.

The use of social media to share and engage with others continues to grow at an astounding rate and I Believe this would mark the introduction of new era of Business Management and Marketing Tactics.


Passion – Drive for Success: Dr Madhukar Angur

“Nothing great in the world has been accomplished without passion.’

This is the Quote which I believe is the  the success mantra . The more you know about what drives you to be happy and successful, the better decisions you will make about changing direction.Passion is the energy that keeps us going, that keeps us filled with meaning, and happiness, and excitement, and anticipation. Passion is a powerful force in accomplishing anything you set your mind to, and in experiencing work and life the fullest extent possible.

As a professor I suggest my students to always follow their passion over money. Because there is nothing worse than having to wake up every morning during the week to mindlessly go do work you don’t even care about. However, this is never really an issue when you are passionate about the work you do.

Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs then you know that there are some basic needs that must be addressed before anyone can move forward with their passion.  Those needs are; having basic food, shelter, safety, love, friendship and so forth.  Once you have your basic needs met then you’re ready for self-actualization and some passion-following in your life.Madhukar Angur

From the career point of view also we  as part of esteemed institution Alliance , suggest our students to be particular about your goals, objectives.

CSR Activities a new marketing tool by Dr Madhukar Angur

In recent years, a growing number of companies are adopting various corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives – the voluntary incorporation of social and environmental issues into a company’s business model and operations.

Corporate Social Responsibility refers basically to the concept of continuing business commitments to economic development while behaving ethically, legibly and contributing for welfare of society. This concept also holds the objectives that companies promote their CSR activities for their corporate image. The advantage of CSR is not just making profit or better social performance. Today CSR marketing is a new sub-science of the world of marketing at large. In fact, it is the best thing to do when you are a big brand with a footprint of consumption across the world. While many organizations undertake their social responsibility as charity, many undertake it to fulfill  their marketing needs or to give a positive disposition to their brands.

Tata Group also has an organized relief program in case of natural disasters, including long-term treatment and rebuilding efforts. It did laudable work during the Gujarat earthquakes and Orissa floods. It also supports education, with over 500 schools, and also is a benefactor of the arts and culture. It has done abundant work in improving the environment and local populations around its industries.

Infosys is aggressively involved in a variety of community growth programs. In 1996, the company created the Infosys Foundation as a not-for-profit trust to which it contributes up to 1 percent of profits after tax every year. Moreover, the Education and Research Department at Infosys also works with employee volunteers on community development projects.