Monthly Archives: March 2015

Enhance Your Career with PGDM/MBA course in Telecom Management from MITSOT

Telecom Management is the most evolving professional option for students who want to make it big in corporate world. Telecom sector has become one of the fastest growing sectors in our country. So, if you want to make your career in this field and enhance your technical skills, then avail PGDM/MBA program offered by MIT school of Telecom and Management Studies.

Telecom Management is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide you the skills necessary for managing telecommunication networks including video, data, and voice networks. Telecommunication, nowadays also known as Information and Communication Technology (ICT) demand is increasing rapidly, therefore the future of telecom professional is very bright. The job opportunities are open in the area of marketing of different telecom services. Also several opportunities are emerging in the area of networking. Thus, avail a degree in Telecom Management from MITSOT which will give a great boost to your career.


MIT School of Telecom and Management studies established in the year 2007 is an AICTE approved Management Institution aiming in Telecom Management. With a splendid experience of 30 years in providing world class education to students, MITSOT continues to be a leading academy of India that attracts the best and bright students. Besides providing high quality and finest education, the organization also aims on building exceptional quality techno-managerial skills. These skills enable the students to increase their technical ability and also get assistance in becoming “Business Leaders” and “Change Managers.” So, hurry and get yourself enrolled in one of the premier institution of India, MITSOT and give your career a technological growth

Analysis of Union Budget 2015

 Panel Discussion on Union Budget 2015 held on 03rd March 2015

 Union budget 2015 of India was announced on 28th February, 2015 by Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley. This year the budget has announced further measures to move towards improving financial efficiency and stability.

The new government presented its maiden Union Budget in July 2014, which was neutral in its policy announcements, the stage is set and all eyes are now focussed on the upcoming Union Budget scheduled to be announced in February 2015. The Union Budget 2015 is riding on higher expectations than that of its predecessor from an economic and industrial boost perspective. The people of India, Corporates, industries, multinationals and the world at large are looking forward to this upcoming Union Budget to be a game changer of sorts and represent the reforms that the new government promises.

MITSOT brought an analysis of the union budget through various Industry leaders & experts to engage with student through this platforms and share their views on what we can expect.


The students of MITSOT specialising in Finance gave the Overview as well as highlights of the Budget. It was followed by the Panel Discussion at MITSOT, Seminar Hall, MIT Kothrud, Pune. The panel members included the following



Mr. Kishor Phadke

Partner Kirtane & Pandit
Mr. Rajendra Agarwal Advisor Ernst & Young
Prof. Shashank Divekar Moderator MITSOT

They threw light on:

  • Clear tax policy direction
  • Reduction in Corporate tax rate along with rationalization of exemptions,
  • Clarifications on indirect transfer and their prospective application, deferral of General anti avoidance rules (GAAR) and clarity about prospective applicability,
  • removal of Wealth tax,
  • firm commitment on GST implementation and addressing inverted duty structure issues faced by domestic manufacturers and, finally,
  • a clear roadmap on anti black money provisions all of which are hugely beneficial for businesses.
  • Also, clarifications on Alternate Investment Funds and Real Estate Investment Trusts are also much needed for greater clarity in their applicability