Shaan: There are no walls in music today

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Shaan: There are no walls in music today
Shaan: There are no walls in music today

New Delhi, Nov 24 | Singer Shaan, who has belted out hits after hits such as ‘Tanha dil’, ‘Deewangi deewangi’ and ‘Kuch to hua hai among many others, is happy that there are no walls in music today and that everything is accepted by listeners.

Shaan, who has been featured as the ‘Artiste Of The Week’ at BIG FM’s ‘The Blue Mic’, gained spotlight in 1999 with the number ‘Bhool Ja’ and the game changed completely for him in 2000, when he sang a superhit song ‘Tanha dil tanha safar’.

Talking about how he feels about new age musicians, Shaan in a conversation with IANS said: “We have very exciting new talent and also new genres of music that were not as popular in our times like Desi Rap, Folk Fusion etc. Having said that, there are no walls in music today and everything is accepted.”

Be it ‘My dil goes goes mmm’ or ‘Chup chupke’ among many others, Shaan has been associated with romantic songs throughout his career.

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Is there any specific reason?

“I may have been labelled as a romantic singer but I have sung many party songs and other genres too. But yes romance is my forte I guess,” he added.

The Blue Mic, is an initiative by BIG FM and Hungama Artist Aloud. It is a platform to explore new music.

How does a platform like this help singers reach out to the masses?

Shaan said: “Radio and digital platforms have a massive reach and platforms like ‘The Blue Mic’ that cater to young musicians, music hobbyists and music lovers, there couldn’t be a better place to showcase young emerging talent.”

So, what is coming up next for Shaan?

“More songs, more music, will also explore other avenues like acting, curating shows,” the singer concluded.

Source: IANS

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Most students pursuing an MBA come with the sole objective of having a decent job offer or a promotion in the existing job soon after completion of the MBA. And most of them take loans to pursue this career dream. According to a recent survey by education portal Campusutra.com  74% MBA 2022-24 aspirants said they would opt for education loans.

There are exceptional cases like those seeking master’s degree or may have a family business to take care of or an entrepreneurial venture in mind. But the exception cases are barely 1%. For the rest 99%, a management degree is a ticket to a dream job through campus placements or leap towards career enhancements. Stakes are high as many of them quit their jobs which essentially means loss of 2 years of income, apprehension and uncertainty of the job market. On top of that, the pressure to pay back the education loans. Hence the returns have to be high. There is more than just the management degree. Colleges need to ensure that they offer quality management education which enables them to be prepared for not just the demands of recruiters and for a decent job but also to sustain and achieve, all along their career path.

  • So, what exactly are the B Schools doing to prepare their students for the job market and make them industry ready ?
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These are the two key questions every MBA aspirant needs to ask, check and validate before filling the MBA application forms of management institutes. And worth mentioning that these application forms do not come cheap. An MBA aspirant who may have shortlisted 5 B Schools to apply for, may end up spending Rs 10,000.00 to Rs 15,000.00 just buying MBA / PGDM application forms.

While internship and placements data of some management institutes clearly indicates that recruiters today have specific demands. The skill sets looked for are job centric and industry oriented. MBA schools which have adopted new models of delivery and technology, redesigned their courses, built an effective evaluation process and prepared the students to cope with the dynamic business scenario, have done great with campus placements despite the economic slow down.

However, the skill set being looked for by a consulting company like Deloitte or KPMG may be quite different from FMCG or a manufacturing sector. Institutes need to acknowledge this fact and act accordingly.

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The placement records of 2021 across top management institutes indicated the fact that recruitment is happening, skilled talent is in demand and certain management institutions continued to attract recruiters even in the middle of an ongoing crisis.

It is time, all management institutes rise to the occasion, understand market realities and identify areas of improvement at both ends – students and faculty.

After all, the stakes are high at both ends. B Schools taking corrective measures will stay while those which are lagging will end up shutting down.

Author Name : Nirmalya Pal

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