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INDIA'S TOP 100 B-SCHOOLS 2019

Shruti Jadhav / Article rating: 3.5

Dalal Street Investment Journal has always been a pioneer in adopting the best practices so that our readers not only read the journal, but act in a prudent manner to take some sound decisions. Keeping in mind our logo “Democratising wealth creation,” we are pleased to have ranked 100 best business schools of the country, keeping the authenticity and objective of our tagline, intact. 

INDIA'S TOP 100 B-SCHOOLS

Vishal Dolas / Article rating: No rating

While some of the institutes are really striving to become world class in all respects, there are a good number of institutes that are running on expired courses and inefficient methods. In this era of intense competition and numerous choices, it is essential to be informed and aware of the relevant institutes and courses on offer.

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Sensex & Nifty slip in red; IDFC First Bank gains 2 per cent, Future Retail locks in at upper circuit, Intellect Design tumbles

Geyatee Deshpande / Article rating: 3.7

On Monday, the domestic benchmark indices wiped out the day's gains to end flat with a negative bias. Snapping its bull-run, Sensex erased around 500 points from its day's high to close at 51,329.08 levels, down by 0.04 per cent or 19.69 points. During the last half hour of the trading session, Nifty slipped in red to settle at 15,109.30 levels, down by 0.04 per cent or mere 6.50 points from its previous close. 

Sensex, Nifty continue bull-run; NCC & Graphite India lock in at upper circuit, Adani Transmission jumps 8 per cent

Geyatee Deshpande / Article rating: 4.0

Markets continue to touch record close as Nifty and Sensex closed above 15,000 and 51,000 levels, respectively for the first time ever. Sensex gained by 617.14 points or 1.22 per cent to close at 51,348.77 levels while Nifty rose by 1.28 per cent or 191.55 points to settle at 15,115.80 levels.   

Buzzing stock: Affle India rises 6 per cent on strong Q3FY21 revenue growth

Geyatee Deshpande / Article rating: 4.0

Affle (India) Limited reported strong growth in its performance for Q3FY21 as the global economy continues to recover from the shocks of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company reported better-than-expected performance for Q3FY21; as a result, its shares jumped by around 5.67 per cent on Monday.  

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