Gender equality and women empowerment were the dominant themes in the campus on March 5th and 6th as SPJIMR celebrated the International Women's Day 2020 with great vigour and enthusiasm. #UnleashTheChildInYou
Friday, March 6, 2020
SPJIMR's PGMPW programme's hosted the Unstereotype 2020 event which saw 7 inspiring individuals share their life stories which shattered stereotypes through their sheer determination and will power. The event served to highlight and promote the importance of gender equality and diversity at the workplace and the importance of standing up for your rights and justice to make a difference in society. The powerful stories left a deep mark on the audience and the event was a resounding success.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Ehsaas – The NGO Mela, took place on campus on 24th February. The DoCC and Sustainability Committee had invited 43 self-help groups to set up stalls featuring items like jams and pickles, chocolates, ayurvedic products, handicrafted jewelry, ajarakh and bandhini sarees, kurtis, home linen and much more. The mela was further enlivened with a live counter where patrons could try their hands at pottery and get mehendi applied.
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
The 4th M.L. Srikanth memorial lecture took place on January 23rd in front of a packed audience of students and faculty at the new auditorium, now fittingly named as the M.L. Srikanth auditorium in an opening ceremony just prior to the commencement of the event. The lecture was given by Arun Maira, former member of Planning Commission of India & former chairman of Boston Consulting Group who quoted Gandhi, Lewis Carroll, Lincoln & Greta Thurnberg to present compelling and thought-provoking narrative on the failing standards of global corporate governance and asked management students to decide what kind of life they want to pursue - "one of learning or earning?"
Thursday, January 23, 2020
Select top leaders from across the Indian business spectrum discussed various aspects of the country’s innovation culture at SBAC2020 this past Friday at the Taj Lands End. The meet was attended by the institute’s current post-graduate students, established business leaders, distinguished alumni and influencers.
The were four panel discussions each lasting an hour, speaking about the drivers, enablers, and challenges to inculcating a technology-driven, innovation-first culture in Indian businesses. The quality and insights of the keynote speeches to commence and conclude the conclave added further sheen to what was undoubtedly a successful SBAC2020 conclave. Every talk was further captured graphically on a white board by artist, Santosh Nair.
Monday, January 20, 2020
Bhavan's SPJIMR Centre for Financial Studies and Abhyudaya, SPJIMR's non-classroom initiative, conducted a financial planning panel discussion for teachers and principals of municipal and aided schools of K-West Ward
Monday, December 2, 2019
SPJIMR's Centre for Financial Studies (CFS) organised its third-panel discussion on the topic 'Savings - The Rocky Road Ahead' bought together some of the well-known people in the industry.
The panellists included Mr Prateek Pant (Co-Founder-Head of Products and Solutions at Sanctum Wealth Management), Mr Suraj Kaeley (Former Group President, Sales & Marketing at UTI Mutual Funds), Mr Harsh Roongta (Investment Advisor), Pritam Kumar Patnaik (Business Head - Reliance Commodities Ltd. & Head PCG Sales). The session was moderated by SPJIMR Executive in residence, Mr Harsh Vardhan and SPJIMR Advisor, Mr Mohan Natarajan. The event was inaugurated by Head of CFS, Prof. Neeraj Swaroop.
Saturday, November 9, 2019
Monday, November 11, 2019
SPJIMR and IMC Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted a seminar that was inaugurated by Mr. Ashish Vaid, President, IMC; Mr. Ajit Mangrulkar, Director General, IMC and members of IMC CSR Committee. More than 50 people from CSR and NGO representatives attended the seminar where they got a comprehensive understanding of the Social Return on Investment (SRoI).
Monday, October 21, 2019
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s SPJIMR has set up a Centre for Financial Studies (CFS) to focus on research in finance and to help bridge the gap between industry and academia in a sector that is at the core of India’s growth story.
Thursday, October 10, 2019