Teacher’s Day Celebrations at IILM

“You Dream We Guide”

Becoming a teacher requires strong conviction and utmost commitment. Teachers’ Day is celebrated to acknowledge the indispensable role of a teacher in guiding and preparing the students to not only chase their passion in the choicest field but also achieve their dreams by keeping their moral values and sense of social responsibility intact.
Dr. Radhakrishnan was born on 5th Sep 1888 and became the President of India in 1962. He was approached by a group of his students and friends with a request to allow them to celebrate his birthday. Dr. Radhakrishnan’s reply was “instead of celebrating my birthday separately, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teachers’ day”. This request showed Dr. Radhakrishnan’s love for the teaching profession. Whatever be the position he held whether as President or Vice President of India, he remained a teacher all his life. T The teaching profession always remained his first love. The highest award of the nation, The Bharat Ratna, was conferred on him in 1954 in recognition of his meritorious service to mankind.

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The Cultural Club of IILM, Top Management college in Delhi-NCR celebrated this special day on Wednesday 5 September 2017 with utmost zeal. The students, who had been preparing for the grand event for more than a week, organised an appreciable show dedicated to their teachers. The students undertook a great effort in decorating the auditorium with intricate detailing and ensured that teachers are engaged and enjoy the event thoroughly. The event started with a melodious prayer followed by phenomenal dance performances, innovative music, and skit. The skit was the highlight of the event, there were giggles echoing all around the auditorium during the skit.

Amidst the extraordinary performances by students of Best B school of Delhi-NCR, there were innovative games like musical chair, tie-a-tie in 15 seconds challenge, drape-a-saree in 30 seconds challenge and Just a Moment (JAM) were conducted for the teachers by the students. The winners were gifted with yummy chocolates.
The efforts of the students were appreciated by all the teachers and we are thankful to our students for giving us beautiful memories to carry alonguntil the next year.

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An Industry-academia meet was organized by The Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University on 7th July 2017. The meeting focused on the topic “Skilling to Employability”. An Industry-academia meet was organized by The Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University on 7th July 2017. The meeting focused on the topic “Skilling to Employability”.

The Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University has been enacted by the legislature of the state of Haryana with an objective to establish a Skill University in order to facilitate and promote skill, entrepreneurship development, skill based education and research in the emerging areas of manufacturing, textile, design, logistics and transportation, automation, maintenance etc. and to raise skill level in various fields related to these areas.The event was honoured by Sh. Sudhir Rajpal, IAS and the Principal Secretary of Industries & Commerce Department, Haryana, Sh. Raj Nehru – Vice Chancellor, Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University and many other distinguished person.  This meet encouraged and enhanced the interaction between the stakeholders for building a strong skilling framework. It served as a platform to discuss about the current needs of the industry in terms of skilled human capital and how the academia can help in nurturing the potential work force with desired skill set.

After the welcome message, Shri Raj Nehru, Founding-Vice Chancellor of the University addressed the gathering where he emphasized on the loopholes of the education system in India thus bringing in the reason for the establishment of such a University where vocational and skill education would be the prime objective. He also explained the 10-20-70 Rule. Where 10% is formal learning in classrooms, 20% is through Practical trainings and 70% is learning on the job.

Various industry persons from esteemed companies like Hero MotoCorp Ltd.. Maruti, HDFC etc. and various institutions like IILM Gurgaon, Amity University etc. also joined the meet.

In the end, Mr. Raj asked the audience to give their valuable advice on how they can improve their University. Some of the various suggestions were:

► There is a lot of emphasis given on numbers i.e. number of people registering for the skill courses. This should be avoided.
► The education system needs to be diverted towards vocational and skill learning rather than mere passing examinations.
► The students coming from various institutions are not job -ready, they still lack the required skills.
► The courses should have long term employability i.e. they should be structured in a manner that is relevant for the industry even after five years from now.
► A suggestion of a skill test also came up in which when a candidate shows his/her interest in joining the skill course, he/she would have to give a skill test, the results of which will indicate as to which course he/she should opt for.
► A suggestion of virtual courses also came up to facilitate the working class.

He even highlighted that the vision of the University was not just limited to India but it wanted to become a global mark. He also appreciated the hard work of his team members by pointed out that they did not work like government employees rather worked just like any other competitive corporate employees. He also mentioned Cooperation extended by IKLM, Gurgaon by providing students volunteers which helped greatly in making event a success. Lastly, he thanked all the industry people for contributing in the event and joining hands with the University.

Contributions from
Minal Gupta
Nikhil Gupta

Teamwork : The Other Name of Voluntary Leadership

A good team work exist when a group of people work together in close coordination towards a common goal and creates a positive work atmosphere thereby supporting each other so as to pool in individual strengths to enhance team performance. Teamwork is significant for an organization since it provides employees with an opportunity to bond with each other, which improves relations among them. Improved employee relations also result from the fact that teamwork boosts close coordination among members which has resulted due to increased trust among them.

The knack to perform synchronously as an individual and also with the employees is a vital element to attaining growth and success. Steve Jobs, the man behind the success of Apple Inc. changed the entire paradigm of living with his innovative and creative thoughts. However, without the support of his team of hard working and efficient employees’ abilities, it would have been impossible to incorporate and accomplish his ideas successfully. Therefore, in effect teamwork is extremely essential in order to accomplish the mission and goals of an organization.

In the present day world, it is next to impossible to survive in a workplace by being a master of one trade or even ‘jack of all trades’ unless an individual is inept to work as a team. Another crucial point that team members need to note is trust and respect for one another which is extremely important. Moreover, the success of a team also depends on the characteristics of a team’s leader. The brawl that had happened in the recent past with the noted television comedian Kapil Sharma and Sunil Grover (known popularly as Guthhi). The success of the comedy show “Comedy Nights With Kapil Sharma” lost its charm as the central character of the show are missing. No wonder the team leader has enough potentialities, but how long it is possible for him to be successful in pulling up the show’s TRP.

Even in an academic administration, the utmost challenge is to find the right set of administrators who have a passion for making a difference in the higher education or rather professional education. Academicians these days are willing to go beyond the conventional wisdom and willing to challenge the current situation for a dynamic and industry specific future for their students. Some of the universities across the globe are forging this new path with a great combination of administrators vis-à-vis academicians.

Few of the vital reasons to understand the significance of teamwork in a work place are :

(a) Team motivates unity in the workplace
(b) Team provides different perspectives as well as offers feedback
(c) Improved efficiency and productivity is possible to attain with a collaborative and supportive team
(d) Team provides active engagement and learning opportunities and above all
(e) Team promotes workplace synergy and allows to feel a greater sense of accomplishment.

Minus the ability to work successfully in a team environment can impede on the success of developing, formulating and implementing innovative ideas. The synergy of individuals is a brilliant instrument which brings glory at workplace.

People, the fifth P as we say in “Marketing” are the most important resource of an organization. Needless to say a business leader needs to pay utmost attention and nurture such significant resource of an organization. The stakeholders or precisely speaking, customers, can be happy only if the people of an organization are happy and improved productivity can happen only when there is apposite synergy among individuals.

VITTIYA SAKSHARTA ABHIYAN (VISAKA) – A Campaign for Digital Economy


Taking cue from Modi Governments initiative on cashless economy  , IILM also encouraged its students and faculty members to not only adopt digital payments methods in their day to day life but also try educating at least 10-12 people around their neighborhood to start using these methods.

I have taken a session with our under graduate and post graduate students on this subject and train them on various methods of digital payments.

  1. USSD(Unstructured Supplementary Service Data)
  2. AEPS (Aadhaar Enabled Payment System)
  3. UPI(Unified payment interface)
  4. POS(Point Of Sale)
  5. Credit/Debit cards
  6. E Wallets
  7. Micro ATMs
  8. Internet banking
  9. Mobile banking
  10. Ru Pay cards

Two team of students are specifically assigned the task to educate people in nearby villages about these methods and also encourage them to adopt to new technology without fear and apprehentions. One of the teams is only comprising of girls under GIRL UP club to approach women in areas with high concentration of BPL families and educate them,because if a women is educated whole family becomes educated.img-20161222-wa0014

Formal Degree and Entrepreneurship: Are they complimentary to each other?

Bill Gates(Microsoft), Larry Page (Google), Kunal Shah(Freecharge.in), Gautam Adani (Adani Group) can be considered as an informal list of some billionaire CEOs that dropped out of the high school or University and turn them into self-made billionaires.

The questions here are whether to be an entrepreneur you need to attend an Under Graduate degree program? I can’t fit into regular corporate job so what after degree? I need to enter the family business than why to study? Ask around and we will be confused with the conflicting answers. But a deep thought and few logical arguments can help one to reach a decision necessary and fruitful for the career.

Many young minds with fascinating ideas think that a formal training is optional than a necessity or compulsion, a view point that can be costly for both short term profit and long term growth. May be the young entrepreneur consider a degree course to be an expense rather than an investment.  Entrepreneurs do tend to have maverick behavior and their entrepreneurial instinct provoke them to do something different than attending a well-structured degree program in class rooms.

Looking toward Indian scenario, major business houses in India are family businesses and the owners are fairly old, that means many graduated high school long back where instincts are more important than degree. However, if we assess randomly in today’s business arena, it would be interesting to note that entrepreneurs on a whole, tend to have more qualification than others.

Consequently, the idea for the need of formal training in entrepreneurship can be reinforced. Sachin and Binny Bansal (Flipkart), Maanav Garg (Eka Software), Ameera Shah (Metropolis Health care) are some of the well qualified first generation entrepreneurs. Their successes reinforce one’s belief in formal training and its contribution to the entrepreneurial success. Training should be viewed and utilized as capital investment. These formal degree programs may not be result oriented in the beginning but they establish a learning dynamics in would be entrepreneurs’ cognitive system. Along with core business learning, these formal training programs inculcate the learning culture in the candidate. This culture could be further percolated in all the departments of the candidate’s future organization. The learning process shouldn’t be targeted with budget and time related factors. One needs to sit down and assess the class room learning after every trimester or semester to identify the expectations from the course and brainstorm to make the learning outcomes effective and efficient.

It is not always relevant to focus on a handful of mega billionaires success stories and arrive at the conclusion that post-secondary education has no role to play in entrepreneurial success. Education for dome may not be necessary but statistics clearly reveal that there are many more examples of success with education than without it. A college degree is a time which provides an opportunity to grow up and expand the horizon beyond high school and home environment. The vibrant, intellectual and technology driven environment develops a vision required in today’s innovation business growth. Unless you are high school genius or have blessed talent in specific field, without a formal degree you are putting all your cards of success on luck. Hence, it is advisable to understand the role of education than to be fooled by exceptional examples.

The formal UG degree not only imparts subject knowledge and technical skills but it gives a shape to one’s character and enhance the decision making power. It enlightens and logically develops the intuitive capabilities and gives an opportunity to hone the leadership skills.

The class room teaching also explains how to balance work and personal time, meet deadlines and follow through commitments. All these skills are passive but valuable to entrepreneurs. The degree gives not only sense of confidence but also offer a certain sense of credibility when you are about to make deals with the perspective clients, investors and bakers. Without formal education one may be excelling in terms of money measures but what is lacked is the association and network formed during the college days. In future these liaisons and networks could be developed into business ventures. The success mantra for business ventures in today’s world is what you know and who you know.

The new aged leadership institutions impart entrepreneurship training not only based on complex statistical analysis and algorithmic solutions but provide hands on training through case studies, webinars, seminars and business simulations. These state of art institutions have a well-designed overall education in liberal arts which is a super requirement for the entrepreneurs to succeed in this technologically advanced and sensitive 21st century. The courses designed by these new age institutions go to the extent to bring industry into the class rooms. Along with this such institutions arrange several conferences on their campus where young entrepreneurship can meet industry icons, future financers and angel investors.

The world’s top class Universities offering courses at under graduate level offer loan to the students to start their business, thus giving wings to the viable ideas. For example, according to Forbes magazine Babson College, MA, number one ranked college for under graduate entrepreneurship courses offer $3000 to its enterprising students. By the end of the term students are expected to return the loan and also donate any profit they make to charity. Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship University of Houston have started 66 companies and collectively raised more than $7 million as funding. Indian Universities and colleges started understanding their roles in enterprise building are offering exclusive courses on entrepreneurship at under graduate level. They offer Under Graduate degree in Entrepreneurship in collaboration with various established and renowned foreign universities. These colleges not only teach Entrepreneurship but actively engage in creating start-ups by developing incubation cells, offering mentorship and if required provide financial support as well. In the fast changing business games and super competitive environment the formal training imparted by the universities can provide a cutting edge for new era success.

But not to forget, along with a college degree to succeed as an entrepreneur, drive, determination and true passion are the key ingredients. To be cautious, never enter the University for wrong reasons or under any kind of pressure and never present half-baked ideas.


Working On That Dream Job

Students are always in dilemma of how to manage this phase with ever increasing load of classes and exams. There are certain questions that pop up in every student’s mind.

► When should you start your preparations?
► What all should you prepare?
► How to stay calm and cool at the most crucial times?

As a student, going through the same emotions & anxiety makes me eligible to give answer to these questions and I am pretty sure these tips would definitely help you all.


Most of us entering a B-school have different motives and most of the time first year is more enjoyable than second because we still carry our graduation days to the B-school. Most of us generally start to think about preparations after our SIP when we have freshly completed our internships and are now more aware of what and where do we want to go.

However, starting to prepare just couple of months before the real thing actually breaks most of us rather than giving us that confidence. The main reason for this is ever growing pressure that we have to contain with at this time. Exams, reports, projects, classes and everything takes precedence over what we thought would be a time to invest in preparations for our interviews. So why wait for the last 2 months, and why not start just when you enter the B-school. Yes, my friends starting just when you enter the school is the best time when you can plan your preparations. Just to give you a heads up, your day to chit chats with friends, reading news on your devices, watching videos of you tube can actually help you prepare for the big moment. You would not realize that by doing all this in these two years will eventually lead you to success without tension & stress.


With so many opinions from friends, seniors, faculty, relatives we actually end being confused rather than clear with what all to prepare. So why not you take the charge and extract information on what all should you prepare. With the most powerful tool “internet” in your hands, you can actually change the way you work. There are plenty of blogs, articles which will help you prepare in most accurate way. Amidst everything, you would definitely need advices from people around you, but it’s time to take on responsibility for yourselves. There have been lot of students who prepare according to the organization they have applied for. If you think you are well prepared to crack that, just go ahead. However, if you have any skepticism about this, why not prepare all (Aptitude, GD, Interview, GK, Company Overview etc). Over preparation will not harm you or your mind in any case, it will just give you more knowledge and confidence to perform well.

An organization who has a set pattern for interviews might change this at the last moment due to number of reasons. Why would you give them a chance to eliminate you because you were not prepared? Hence, spend time on preparing for your GD, Interviews, Aptitude etc and just don’t waste any chance to impress the recruiters.


Listed below are some tips which will help you focus and stay more calm and composed during the process:

Start preparing at the right time
Do not get bogged down by others negativity & suggestions
Take responsibility for your actions
Do what you think is the best
Prepare yourself so strong that recruiters have no choice but to select you
Meditate and focus on what you want to achieve rather than going behind what others are trying to do

Guys, these are simple tips that shall really change the way you prepare and perform. It’s the way you think that really paves the way for your success


Wish you all the best for your dream jobs.

~ Prateek Singh Bawa
IILM PGDM 2014-16

Coffee with corporate: A Panel Discussion on Creating Customer Value in Digital Landscape

The marketing department of IILM- GSM organized a conference called , ‘Coffee with Corporate’,on 17th of September 2016. The event brought together some of the key professionals from almost all prominent companies to view the role of digitalization in India. It also provided a valuable networking opportunity and set the stage for further cooperation among academia Industry interface. The conference began with opening remarks by Marketing Area Chair, Dr Kriti Swarup and continued with interactive panel discussions, presentations and briefings on topics of interest to an excited gathering of students and faculty.

Session 1: Digital Wings to Marketing

Mr. Sumit Dave, NIIT Technologies was the keynote speaker for the event. He talked about how future is dominated by the emotions of the customer and to build an emotional connect with the customers, marketers need to build up trust with them. The session was chaired by Mr Suryadeep Verma, Head Marketing HCL Technologies who talked about digital marketing trends and its contributories in marketing. The session concluded with a panel discussion by noted panelists , Mr. Soumitro Ranjan Sen, Sr. Manager Genpact , Mr. Darpan Majumdar, Founder, FYNE Superfood , Ms. Aushi Senger , Digital Marketing Manager, GII R , Ms. Manya Jha, Founder, Morphedo , Mr. Vivek Rathore, Founder, Eyebridge Soft Solution Pvt. Ltd . The session was followed by an interesting Question and Answer session where the students asked the panelists compelling questions.

Session 2 : M- Commerce: The Game Changer & Marketing for a Digital Tomorrow

The keynote speaker was Mr Mausam Kalra, CEO, Lushtrip.com who talked on Global Digital Snapshots and high growth potential for M-Commerce. The panel comprising Mr. Vishesh Gupta, SVP, Net4 India Ltd , Mr. Lakshya Vij, Senior Vice Category Manager, Urban Clap , Mr. Mausam Kalra, CEO, Lushtrip.com, Mr. Sameer Saraf, Senior Category Manager, Paytm , Mr. Pramit Ghosh, Founder Cognitio Innovo discussed in great detail Marketing Automation , M-Commerce , Mobile Banking etc.

Closing remarks :

The session was concluded by Vote of Thanks given by Prof Anita Saxena who conveyed gratitude to all participants, session moderators, panelists and presenters along with students and faculty for their efforts in organizing such an educative conference. She expressed satisfaction with the interactive nature of the discussions while congratulating participants on the extensive networking that had taken place, which would continue going forward.

Are You Keeping Your Eating Habits Around The Clock ?

– La Rochefoucauld

Healthy eating is not about strict dietary limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving ourselves of the foods we love. Rather, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, improving our outlook, and stabilizing our mood.

By using these simple tips, we can cut through the confusion and learn how to create a tasty, varied, and healthy diet that is as good for our mind as it is for our body.

We all know that eating right can help us maintain a healthy weight and avoid certain health problems, but our diet can also have a profound effect on our mood and sense of well being.

Eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, cooking meals at home, and reducing our intake of sugar and refined carbohydrates, may help to improve mood and lower our risk for mental health problems.

We don’t have to be perfect and we don’t have to completely eliminate foods; we enjoy to have a healthy diet.

Healthy Eating Tip 1 : Set yourself up for success

To set yourself up for success, think about planning a healthy diet as a number of small, manageable steps – like adding a salad to your diet once a day – rather than one big drastic change. As your small changes become habit, you can continue to add more healthy choices.

  • Prepare more of your own meals. Cooking more meals at home can help you take charge of what you’re eating and better monitor exactly what goes into your food.
  • Make the right changes. When cutting back on unhealthy foods in your diet, it’s important to replace them with healthy alternatives.
  • Instead of being overly concerned with counting calories, think of your diet in terms of colour, variety, and freshness. Focus on avoiding packaged and processed foods and opting for more fresh ingredients.
  • Focus on how you feel after eating. This will help foster healthy new habits and tastes. The more healthy food you eat, the better you’ll feel after a meal. The more junk food you eat, the more likely you are to feel uncomfortable, nauseous, or drained of energy.
  • Drink plenty of water. It’s common to mistake thirst for hunger, so staying well hydrated will also help you make healthier food choices.

Healthy Eating Tip 2 : Moderation is key

Key to any healthy diet is moderation. But what is moderation? In essence, it means eating only as much food as our body needs. You should feel satisfied at the end of a meal, but not stuffed.

For many of us, moderation also means eating less than we do now. But it doesn’t mean eliminating the foods we love.

  • Think smaller portions. Serving sizes have ballooned recently. When dining out, choose a starter instead of an entree, split a dish with a friend, and don’t order supersized anything.
  • Take your time. Stop eating before you feel full. It actually takes a few minutes for your brain to tell your body that it has had enough food, so eat slowly.
  • Eat with others whenever possible. Eating in front of the TV or computer often leads to mindless overeating.

Healthy Eating Tip 3 : Reduce sugar

Apart from creating weight problems, too much sugar causes energy spikes and has been linked to diabetes, depression, and even an increase in suicidal behaviours in young people.

Reducing the amount of candy and desserts you eat is only part of the solution as sugar is also hidden in foods such as bread, cereals, canned soups and vegetables, pasta sauce, margarine, instant mashed potatoes, frozen dinners, low-fat meals, fast food, and ketchup. Your body gets all it needs from sugar naturally occurring in food so all this added sugar just means a lot of empty calories.

Tips for cutting down on sugar

  • Slowly reduce the sugar in your diet. A little at a timeto give your taste buds time to adjust and wean yourself off the craving.
  • Avoid sugary drinks. Try drinking sparkling water with a splash of fruit juice instead.
  • Avoid processed or packaged foods.Like canned soups, frozen dinners, or low-fat meals that often contain hidden sugar.
  • Be careful when eating out. Most gravy, dressings and sauces are also packed with salt and sugar, so ask for it to be served on the side.
  • Eat healthier snacks. Cut down on sweet snacks such as candy, chocolate, and cakes. Instead, eat naturally sweet foodsuch as fruit, peppers, or natural peanut butter to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Healthy Eating Tip 4 : Eat plenty of colourful fruits and vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are low in calories and nutrient dense, which means they are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.

Try to eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables every day as deeply colored fruits and vegetables contain higher concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Add berries to breakfast cereals, eat fruit for dessert, and snack on vegetables such as carrots, or cherry tomatoes instead of processed snack foods.

Healthy Eating Tip 5 : Bulk up on fiber

Eating foods high in dietary fiber can help you stay regular, lower your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, and help you lose weight.

  • In general, the more natural and unprocessed the food, the higher it is in fiber.
  • Good sources of fiber include whole grains, wheat cereals, barley, oatmeal, beans, and nuts, vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes, and fruits such as apples, berries, citrus fruits, and pears.
  • An easy way to add more fiber to your diet is to start your day with a whole grain cereal.

  Always remembr! It’s not just what you eat, but when you eat

  • Eat breakfast, and eat smaller meals throughout the day. A healthy breakfast can jump start your metabolism, while eating small, healthy meals (rather than the standard three large meals) keeps your energy up.
  • Avoid eating LATE NIGHTHimanshi Grover
    IILM Nutritionist 

Things To Get Excited About Starting Your PGDM at IILM

New academic session for PGDM batch 2016-18 is just around the corner. We are absolutely excited to welcome you all.

Before the session begins, there are things you ought to know about IILM as a premier B-School.  You will be left overwhelmed with all the excitement awaiting for you on campus

1. Welcome To IILM Campus – We Are So Very Glad You Chose Us 


2. Alumni Network – You Are Stepping Into Big Fat IILM Alumni Family With Over 9000+ Members


3. Top Notch Companies On Campus – Get Ready To Work With Your Dream Company


4. Best Faculty On Campus – Walk Along With Your Guiding Light On Campus At Every Step


5. Global Study Program – Learn Business At International Destinations


6. Centrally Located Campuses – Your Safety And Security Is Important To Us


7. Conferences On Campus – You Chase Your Passion, And Find Happiness With Others


8. Annual College Festival – IILM iFest. Brace Yourselves For The Show, Folks


9. International Faculty At IILM Campus – It Is Time For Some Business Lessons From International Scholars


10. What’s Happening On Campus? – PRME, Global Thinker Award, Tedx, IILM Alumni Meet Up, Annual HR Conference , Entrepreneurship Conference, Recruiters Network Meet, And More! 


It Is Brexit : United Kingdom Votes To Leave EU. How It Impacts India?

Announced and confirmed, it is Brexit. The referendum declares Britain’s exit from the 20 member European Union. It will certainly ripple the global economy and markets, may be in just a blink of an eye. But the question now lingers, will Brexit impact India? If yes, will be on the negative grounds, or positive?

In an article in The Wall Street Journal , Grer IP termed the possible exit of the UK from EU as “the starkest repudiation yet of the postwar consensus favoring ever – deeper global integration”

“A further unraveling would undermine global growth prospects already clouded by aging populations and miserable productivity,” he said in the article.

Indeed, Brexit will have a deep impact on the global economy and in turn on India –

1. The Relationship Of Trade, Export And Import Between India And UK 



In the last five years, the trade has been more or less stable. The figures of India – UK Bilateral trade are considerably going on a much settled note.  Since the two-way trade between India and the UK has been fairly stable, the impact is likeyly to be minimal in this area.

In an article, Biswajit Dhar, a professor of economics at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) stated “Britain’s exit from the EU probably won’t have any significant impact on this”

2. India Is One Of The Largest Source Of FDI To The UK 

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India invests the maximum in UK than in any other country.  According to Deloitte, as stated in an article, “There are an estimated 800 Indian owned businesses in the UK, including companies like Tata Motors (Jaguar Land Rover – UK Company) with more than 110,000 employees. Further, the UK is also India’s largest G20 investor,” it said.

FDI getting effected by Brexit is an inevitable impact on India.

3. What About The Companies And Profits 



UK is the maximum revenue generator source for Indian companies. Maximum of Indian businesses choose to establish their European offices in the UK, to gain the flexible working operations in the UK and to avail the benefits of staying in Europe. Removing this gateway would be problematic for Indian businesses in the UK, who may choose to relocate and direct investment someplace else.

Nasscom recently in an article said a Brexit will have a negative impact on the $108 billion Indian IT sector in the short term. However, it said the exact nature and extent of the impact will emerge over a longer period of two years or more.

4. Status On Currency And Markets  



Wait for the snowball effect on India, as UK and the US takes the major hit back with currency downfall. This might be due to  foreign investors winning over their losses by sell-offs in emerging markets, including India. Global market volatility will be certainly expected, the pound will depreciate against major economizes. Hence, India cannot escape from this, Sensex and Nifty will tumble in the short-run.

“For India, it would be more of a reaction to global news, which does not affect it directly to a large extent, except possibly some of the corporates which have large exposure to UK. Post the knee-jerk reaction, we may again get on track due to benign domestic factors,” said Ambareesh Baliga, an independent equity markets analyst.

5. All About The Commonwealth, Travel And Workforce 



Britain will always need a continuous inflow of talented workforce, and India has been generating the needs due to its English-speaking population. Migration from European boundaries will be drying up, Britain would will certainly reach out for migration from other countries, which will suit India’s interests.

The UK is one of the most popular destinations for Indian tourists going to Europe. Further, Britain is one of the most important destinations for Indians who want to study abroad. With Brexit, the universities will free up funds and scholarships for students from other countries, just not limited to EU.

References : 
Vox World