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MET Blog is the official Blog of Mumbai Educational Trust | MET League of Colleges. Buzzing with insightful and informative articles on various disciplines like Mass Media, Communication Business Management, Study Abroad options, IT & Animation, International Schooling, Pharmacy, Computer Applications, Engineering and many more; it would sure be an engrossing place for curious readers like you. Here you will also learn ways and means to gain top business management skills, tips on writing an outstanding resume, choosing the right post graduate programme in media, importance of soft skills & power skills and much more on MET Blog. Commenting and discussion options would help you engage with the authors and even get answers to your queries. MET Blog promotes autonomous learning by providing opportunities, content, methodologies and much more to, enabling readers to gain knowledge and become better professionals. Happy reading ahead!

  • 02
    Jan 2021

  • HUMAN RESOURCE: THE SIXTH ELEMENT


When the Voyager 1 probe was 3.7 billion miles from Earth, Carl Sagan made a request. He asked NASA to turn it around to snap a quick photograph. The result was a faint image of Earth surrounded by the vastness of space.

  • 07
    Dec 2020

  • Management Paradigm Shift | Leadership at Virtual Workspace


    Management | Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Page

When the golden sun rose at the dawn of the third decade of the second millennium, there was cheer, joy and hope all around. The National and Global Indices did not reflect even the remotest dark shadows hovering beyond the horizon and despite some rumblings in Europe there was a steady hum of dynamic business acceleration worldwide.

  • 06
    Sep 2020

  • 7 Top Reasons to Pursue an MCA!


    Information Technology | Dr. Abhijit Banubakode

Albert Einstein, a renowned physicist and scholar who significantly contributed to science but also had a connection with the investments once said “Compound Interest is the eighth wonder of the world.

  • 20
    Mar 2020

  • Guide to Choosing the Right Media Post Graduation


    Mass Media | Dr. Mangesh Karandikar

You have reached probably the last frontier of your student life. If you are opting for post-graduation - masters in mass media, now is the time to choose the Best Media Institute, depending on what plans you have for your future.

  • 31
    Jan 2020

  • Baptism by fire MBA Riding Bridgital innovation


    Management | Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Page

The second decade of the new millennium opens up with dimly lit burgeoning skies. There are doubts in the minds of poets, prophets and priests, who are busy projecting a dark future.

  • 31
    Dec 2019

  • Black Mirror of Big Data Analysis


    Information Technology | Dr. Farida Virani

Big data analytics is rapidly transforming our lives. Similarly, Social Credit Score is a summary of scores calculated from various big data sources including administrative, transactional, sensor, tracking, behavioural and opinion data.

  • 20
    Dec 2019

  • Importance Of International Courses To Students


    International Studies | Dr. Seema Tatwawadi

Education is the only seed that can reap growth in its true sense, where human beings’ existence depends on their understanding of the importance of life

  • 10
    Dec 2019

  • Self-Sabotage by Negative Self- Talk


    Management | Dr. Farida Virani

Spare a minute and think consciously of what have you been saying to yourself about yourself since the time you woke up today? We all have a constant internal chatter or inner voice

  • 30
    Nov 2019

  • Soft Skills or Power Skills?


    Management | Dr. Farida Virani

Shiv Khera, the renowned corporate trainer, made a very significant statement. He said, “We are hired for our technical

  • 27
    Nov 2019

  • Gone in a Flash


    Mass Media | Dr. Mangesh Karandikar

It is always sad to see a great software, or a website meeting its demise. About five years ago, on September 30, 2014,

  • 25
    Nov 2019

  • Staying Safe in the Wild Web World


    Information Technology | Ryan Nambiar

Information Technology (IT) is constantly shaping our world. From 2G network to 4G network, from Cable Televisions to

  • 22
    Nov 2019

  • Learning - Creativity – Innovation Continuum


    Management | Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Page

Be it the individual or an organisation, the greatest source of all anxiety, curiosity and worry is ensuring

  • 15
    Nov 2019

  • Awareness Campaign


    International School | Dr. G. Nagashree

Taking forward the tradition of green and sustainable initiatives in MRV students reached out to another set of community members.

  • 07
    Nov 2019

  • Relating to Public Relations


    Mass Media | Ms. Aditi Gosalia

What is Mass Media? Let us understand this in simple. Mass meaning audiences. Media - you can say - sound (audio), visual ( text / images) / motion (audio - visual).

  • 01
    Nov 2019

  • Perform or Perish!


    Mass Media | Dr. Mangesh Karandikar

Management education as pioneered by the US B-schools and blossomed by the hallowed schools at home, has continued to contribute to the dynamism of the Indian industry, business and prime employment scenario.

  • 01
    Nov 2019

  • Cultural Imperialism


    Mass Media | Dr. Mangesh Karandikar

Many Voices, One World is the title of what is called as the McBride report, a 1980’s publication by UNSECO based on the International Commission for the Study of Mass Media Communication Problems across the world.

  • 01
    Nov 2019

  • B-Schools & The Paradigm Shift


    Management | Prof. (Dr.) Vijay Page

As we complete three decades of shaping management professionals at our institute, it gives us an opportunity to introspect as we try to keep pace with the dynamic ascent of management thought and practice during the last three decades.

  • 29
    Oct 2019

  • Street Play


    International School | Dr. G. Nagashree

Students of MET Rishikul Vidyalaya performed a Street Play based on Water Conservation, today, at one of Mumbai’s busiest churches, the St. Michael’s Church, Mahim.

  • 20
    Aug 2019

  • Water Scarcity in India


    International School | Vivaan Tasker

India suffers from water shortage for irrigation and drinking despite the fact that many big rivers, some of them perennial rivers, flow through some parts of India. In the south there is the Krishna, Godavari, Cauvery and other rivers.

  • 26
    Jul 2019

  • Water: Leading towards World War III?


    International School | Riyansh Bhatia

Is the world eventually coming to an end? From global warming to climate change; Severe droughts to mighty floods; still water scarcity overwhelms us all.