We believe that professional clubs, if functioning well, will have a great impact on the personality and placements of the participants. These clubs are platforms for participants to interact with alumni and professionals in their fields of interest. This helps them to build formal and informal networks while exploring career opportunities.
At SPJIMR- PGPM, Student committees are formed to encourage the concept of "Learning by Doing". In these committees, the participants may freely experiment with ideas and learn to work effectively to develop:
- 'Team skills' and 'collaboration' without compromising on individual interests.
- Learn human relations, 'interpersonal skills' and 'self management' in order to ‘get things done’ in an organisation.
- Learn the biggest tool for success - 'influencing without power'. The participants will work with their peer group over whom they have no power or authority and 'get work done'.
Team SPJIMR proved their mettle beyond classrooms by defeating K.J.Somaiya in the semi-finals and NMIMS in the finals to clinch the gold medal during Samarthya ’16, NMIMS’ inter college sports festival. PGPM was represented by Anuj Talwar, Sahil Singla and Sameer Gupchup.
PGPM participants - Nikhil Bindraban and Gaurish Awasthi beat teams from several IIMs, XLRI and other leading B Schools to bag the first prize in ‘Engage – A case study’ competition organized by XLRI, Jamshedpur.
March 8, 2016 saw one of its kind celebrations in SPJIMR campus. The International Women’s Day was celebrated with much enthusiasm by the students and staff alike.
The S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research (SPJIMR) held the Graduation Ceremony 2016 on Friday, April 15. The graduating batches included PGDM, PGEMP and PGPM, who came together on campus, celebrating their respective journeys at the Institute.
With Budget 2016 just round the corner, ET Now reached out to the PGPM students for a bite on their expectations from the budget.
A group of nine participants from the PGPM Class of 2016 attended the flagship ‘Make in India’ event in Mumbai on February 14, 2016 and interacted with a galaxy of corporate leaders who were present along with the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to discuss growth opportunities in India..