June 6, 2007 10:41pm CST
To the studious person, seeking knowledge is a life long process. It is a haunting passion for him. He wouldn't satisfy himself with whatever academic achievement he has gained. Once out of college ,he would continue to explore the vast ocean of knowledge. This insatiable thirst for knowledge is imminent in the personality of many a great academicians .
7 Jun 07
And as against this, in the management profession, it seems like there isn't the need and thirst for deep knowledge. While some managers may be interested in knowing things, but it isn't the requirement of the profession as such. Amusing, isn't it?
15 Jun 07
Yes, for a real seeker of knowledge, no so called academy is a landmark. The greatest academy is the surrounding people, the environment and the coming challanges. These are always searched for knowledge and its application by the real seeker of knowledge of any part in this world. Books, libraries, class rooms or laboratories are only the referring supports for it. Only concepts rule the world on application and real knowledge is the real power. This real knowledge here is that, which has only applied to find sure results. Otherwise it carries no use practically! Thanks.