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Four Corners of the Circle

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Ever heard about the four corners of the circle? Since childhood, it has been taught in schools that the circle has no corners. Life is a never-ending marathon. It keeps on revolving in circles, and everyone is in search of a final destination, a corner, that they never reach. This book is a small initiative to throw light on different aspects of the education system and ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published December 23rd 2013 by Partridge Publishing (Authorsolutions)
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Suyash Karangutkar
Oct 22, 2014 Suyash Karangutkar rated it it was amazing
And here is my review on Four Corners of the Circle. The author of this book is a teacher and mentor who is a trainer for Management students for several years now. This book is an outcome of his experience into the field and his observations. The book basically begins with a description of MBA students, why should students not do MBA and then it covers everything which is essential for a student to know.

As I began reading the first chapter, it fascinated me so much, that I did not feel like p
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Suyash Karangutkar
Jul 16, 2014 Suyash Karangutkar rated it it was amazing
And here is my review on Four Corners of the Circle. The author of this book is a teacher and mentor who is a trainer for Management students for several years now. This book is an outcome of his experience into the field and his observations. The book basically begins with a description of MBA students, why should students not do MBA and then it covers everything which is essential for a student to know.

As I began reading the first chapter, it fascinated me so much, that I did not feel like p
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Purnendu Chatterjee
Jul 08, 2014 Purnendu Chatterjee rated it really liked it
‘Four Corners of the Circle’ is the first book of mentor, teacher Mohit Jain and Amita Sood. With this book Mohit Jain has started a very appreciable initiative to improve the way of teaching or the way of thinking.
The name itself gives a hard time for reader’s brain cells and the cover reflects exactly the same thought. How could a circle have four corners, to know the answer one must read this book. In this book the author has scripted his fourteen years of experience in the field of teaching
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Priyanka Batra Harjai
Oct 01, 2014 Priyanka Batra Harjai rated it really liked it
Four Corners of Circle is not a book. It is a religious attempt to refresh what all we are guided with by our parents, our teachers and our mentors. It will not be an anomaly if I say this book – a timeless MENTOR.

This work is an attempt to guide the students with an appropriate approach to finalize upon their career decisions. Having said this, it surpasses the ‘students’ category in its scope and expands to ‘parents’ and ‘teaching’ community as well. Students will enjoy reading it due to its s
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