Albany, India (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- Providing top class assistance and project guides for Management students for over 4 years now, ManagementParadise.com (MP) is one of the biggest online communities for Management students in India. Today MPites are 100,000 strong and growing faster than ever before.
Started by a teen entrepreneur with a vision to make a vibrant community for Management Students 4 years back; ManagementParadise has come a long way. âWe started with a simple vision to provide a quality platform for Management students to interact and we are today backed by 100k members, fortifying our belief that the Internet would continue to gain significant importance in imparting quality education to tomorrowâs managersâ says Kartik Raichura, Founder & CEO ManagementParadise.com
ManagementParadise has grown its vision and depth over the years having partnered in over 20 management events in the last 4 years providing the much needed online presence to the coveted festivals (including Welingkars and NMIMS Xion). MPâs association doesn't stop with colleges, they have partnered with corporate events like TIE summit 2007 and IIT-Bombay E-Summit 2009 as well.
Speaking about the MBA Forum of ManagementParadise.com, Anupam Joshi a senior member said, âToday an MPite can share his thoughts, concerns and ideas with over a hundred thousand others. This provides an invaluable platform for interaction amongst management students; grooming them for the challenges ahead. ManagementParadise is also frequented by members who have now established themselves in the industry as capable managers. Thus bringing real-world expertise to the information seekers on the discussion boards.â
Started by Kartik Raichura a MBA graduate from Welingkars Institute of Management in 200x ManagementParadise.com is a well established online community for management students across the world. With a total of 100,000+ active members from India and abroad the platform has risen over the years archiving quality interaction and study material for management students around the world.