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Guest Lecture by Prof. A. V. Narasimha Murthy

Prof. A. V. Narasimha Murthy, Chairman Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Mysore was the invited speaker at SDMIMD Mysore during the second day of Orientation Program for PGDM Batch 2013-15. Prof Murthy, in his talk stressed on continuous need for nurturing Indian Culture, Tradition and Heritage which is very rich from times immemorial. He pointed out how countries in other parts of the world, for e.g., Latin and Greek have totally failed in keep their culture alive. He also mentioned that in India, even now The Gita, The Bible, The Quran, Philosophies of Buddhism and Jainism works are respected and followed. 

Orientation Program for PGDM 2013-15 batch

The beginning of the PGDM 2013-15 batch was marked with the motivational line from the book Road to Success – “If you will, it happens” by Prof. S. Prabhakar, Honorable Secretary, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Educational (SDME) Trust, Ujire. Addressing the PGDM 2013-15 Batch during the inauguration of Orientation Program, Prof. Prabhakar stressed upon the budding mangers to have will to be an entrepreneur. He stressed on charging oneself with positive energy before learning so that learning becomes complete. Dr. N.R. Parasuraman, Director, SDMIMD, Mysore, introduced the students to academic world of Management education at SDMIMD. Prof. S.N. Prasad, Chairman – Admissions, SDMIMD, welcomed the gathering and Prof. H. Gayathri, Deputy Director, gave an overview on ‘Life at SDMIMD’. 

Program Schedule

SDMIMD Celebrates 18th Annual Convocation

Annual Report

News Clips :

The Hindu
Times of India
Deccan Herald
The New Indian Express
Star of Mysore
Prajavani
Vijaya Karnataka
Kannada Prabha
Andolana

The Eighteenth Annual Convocation of Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development (SDMIMD) was marked with happy smiles and a festive outlook in the Institute campus on Friday, March 22, 2013.

"Life is similar to a Marathon race, not a sprint.  Hence, today's budding managers should find way through their soft skills, patience, persistence and tenacity". In his convocation address the Chief Guest Mr. B. Muthuraman, Vice Chairman, Tata Steel & Chairman, Tata International, asked the passing out graduates not to look at the gross turnover of the companies to assess their strengths. Instead, they should look at what companies are returning to the society. It is the society which is the true owner and not the management or investors or other stake holders. Every business that we do is a part of the society. So, it is important for the future managers to work on the lines of leaving a legacy. There is a serious problem of "Equality" in India. It is not Equality of outcomes but Equality of opportunities. Merit is also governed by social circumstances which call for affirmative action.

Dr. D. Veerendra Heggade, Chairman of the Institute complimented the students for their excellent performance and urged them to be corporate leaders with an emphasis on values and principles. Dr. N.R. Parasuraman, Director, welcomed and presented the annual report the Institute. Dr. H. Gayathri, Deputy Director, presented the vote of thanks.

Budget Conclave 2013

The Budget Conclave 2013 witnessed eminent speakers from the academia and industry sharing their reflections on Union Budget 2013-14. Shri S.N. Rao, MD & Chairman of Supreem Pharmaceuticals; Dr. Latha Chakravarthy, Visiting Professor, IIM Bangalore; Prof. S. Vaidyasubramanian, Dean, Sastra University, Tanjore; CA T.V. Subramanian, Chairman, SIRC Mysore Chapter; were the panel members. Dr. Ullas Rao, Asst. Professor – Finance, SDMIMD, moderated the discussion. At the beginning of the conclave, a group of first year students gave presentation on key monetary and fiscal measures enunciated in Union Budget. The conclave had interesting discussion on pros and cons of the Union Budget 2013. This was followed by question & answer session. Students from various B Schools, faculty members and management practitioners participated in the discussion. Earlier DR N.R. Parasuraman, Director, SDMIMD, welcomed the gathering. 

Naissance 2013 - The Annual Management Fest

The 3-Day Management fest Naissance 2013 with the theme “Built to Last” took off on 31.01.2013 with inauguration by Mr. Arun Nayar, Vice-President and Global Head HR, Software Paradigms Infotech Pvt. Ltd., Mysore.
Naissance, the biggest event on SDMIMD’s calendar is the arena wherein the brightest minds from the best B schools across India battle it out to attain supremacy in intellect and creativity. It provides an ideal platform for the future managers of the country to showcase their managerial skills and prove their competence as it comprises dynamic events from every realm of management. 
Naissance has proven to be a phenomenal success over the years with the active participation of enthusiastic management students and support from the corporate. The annual fest of the Institute becomes a hub for ultimate creativity, innovations and versatility. Gamut of activities took place this year too with students in action in Management games, Cultural show and Fashion show (Navaras).
Curtains came down on 2nd February 2013 after valedictory address by Mr. Girish Karuanakaran VP SPI (India & Nepal). The overall championship trophy was won by Christ University Institute of Management Bangalore.

  1. Best Manager - Winner- Christ University Institute of Management, Kengeri
  2. Susops (Operations) - Winners- Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies(SIMS), Pune Runner Up- Christ University Institute of Management, Bangalore
  3. Cibola (Marketing)  - Winner- Christ University Institute of Management, Bangalore Runner Up- Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS), Pune
  4. Eternal Paladins (Human Resources) - Winners- Loyola Institute of Business Administration, Chennai Runner Up- Christ University Institute of Management, Bangalore
  5. Finex (Finance) - Winner- Christ University Institute of Management, Kengeri Runner Up- Jain College, Bangalore
  6. Mercado Central (Retail) - Winner- Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies(SIMS), Pune Runner Up- NIT, Trichy

Cinematics 2013

"Cinematics 2013" as part of the annual mega event "Naissance 2013" was inaugurated on 01.02.2013. Guest Judges Prof Praveen Krupakar, Faculty in Film Studies University of Mysore and Mr. R.J. Avinash, RED FM 93.5  were the invitees. Cinematics, invited Photography and short films and received over 200 entries from all parts of the country. 18 out of 50 short films and 60 out of 193 photographs were short listed and were adjudged. Photographs were based on theme "Nostalgia".
CINEMATICS 2013 Photography Winners: I Prize - Pushpendra Gautam, Delhi II Prize – Shruthi Aradhya, Mysore III prize - Nikhil Kumar, Delhi
CINEMATICS 2013 Shortfilm Winners: I Prize‘Life before birth’ - Subhardeep Saha  II Prize – ‘Marana’ - Moses Arokiam & Manoharana

Annual Leadership Series (ALS 2013) talk

News Clips : Deccan Herald  |  Indian Express

 

Mysore Jan 28th: "Rise in Love for a cause and you will be the leader" thus said Mr. Anil Sachdev, while addressing a large gathering comprising Management Students, Academicians, Industrialists and other Professionals at Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute Management Development Mysore. Mr Anil Sachdev Founder and CEO, Grow Talent Company Limited and School of Inspired Leadership (SOIL) Gurgaon Haryana, was the invited speaker  on the occasion of Institute's annual leadership series (ALS 2013). Adding to his highly inspirational talk, he said that the today's youth are intelligent and ethical. 

We elders look at them as "useless". In fact, youth are "used less". Youth's flair to "facebook"  does not mean that they are not concerned with the societal issues. Elders of today should throw light on the past Gurukul system of education which prevailed in ancient India and how the same has been  distorted by Macaulay's education system. He said that youth should know their immense potential and also know the difference between pleasure and joy. It is always "pleasure" to receive benefits for ourselves, but it is the "joy" that brings you happiness when you are concerned about others. By transforming pleasure to joy, one can become leader. Getting on to spirituality, he said know who you are and the purpose of your existence. Know the people around you and then ask yourself a question - do you love them? Quoting aphorisms form Patanjali's Yoga sutra he said, strange things can happen to you once you start understanding your inner powers. Adding values to his inspirational talk he called upon youth to be prepared for the Fire walk and learn to overcome four types of fear - fear of failure, fear of criticism, fear of ambiguity and fear of lack of time and resources.
Earlier, Dr. Neetu Ganapathy, Chairperson-PGDM of the Institute welcomed the guest. Dr N.R. Parasuraman and his faculty colleagues were present.