The School of Management & Commerce conducted a pioneering Preliminary Sessions for students of MBA 2017-19 batch from 14th August to 17th August. The 16 hours sessions were scheduled to provide an insight into the core concepts of different management subjects,i.e. Accounting, Economics, Statistics etc.so that these budding managers/leaders understand the managerial implications on business decisions in this fiercely competitive business ecosystem. The sessions were taken by different subject experts from the school of Management and Commerce (SOMC). The Accounting sessions were taken by Ms. Rashmi Jain and Prof. Gurbir S Khera CFA in which they discussed about contemporary corporate accounting practices, concepts, terminology, financial statements and highlighted the basic lingo /lexicon. The Economics Session were taken by Dr. Kshama Sharma in which she covered all the basic and fundamental concepts like interplay of demand and supply forces, core inflation, inflationary gaps, business cycles as well as the contemporary concepts based on market complexities like implications of demonetization, FDI, GST The session on statistics were taken by Prof. VA Dubey who highlighted the importance of numbers. Averages, deviation etc. and this in turn killed the fear of students in business statistics. The Ms. Palki Vats took their Business Law session and gave a brief introduction of the various legal concepts and acts relating to the business such as Indian Contract Act, Sales of Goods Act, Company Act etc. to the students. These sessions were very well-received by our MBA fresh batch.