Events

Foundation Day Lecture

Better businesses can be managed by continuous Innovations and focus on Skill Development. Lessons can be learnt from the rural folks on the nuances of business viz. customer needs & wants, pricing strategy, delivery of goods, repayment of debts and a perfect activity for profit. Financial and Social sustainability is the need of the hour." Thus spoke Dr. Harish Hande, Ramon Magsaysay Award Winner, Co-founder & Managing Director of Solar Electric Light Company (SELCO) Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, while delivering the Foundation Day Lecture of SDMIMD held on August 30, 2013. 

News Clip -  Star of Mysore

2nd International conference on “Emerging Trends in Finance and Accounting”

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Indian Express | Indian Express | Star of Mysore
Prajavani | Prajanudi | Vijaya Karnataka
AndolanaMysooru Mithra

SDMIMD campus had turned into a virtual "global finance village" on August 9 & 10, 2013, with the presence of Academicians, Corporate Executives and Research Students from India and abroad on the occasion of 2nd International Conference on Emerging Trends in Finance & Accounting on the theme "Ideas for the Sustainable Corporate Growth".
Shri Koushik Chatterjee, Executive Director & Group CFO, Tata Steel, inaugurated the conference and delivered keynote address. Shri Chatterjee stressed on transparency, accountability and credibility adding that these are the key factors for the sustainable business growth.
The conference witnessed presentation of 68 research papers in the area of finance and accounting by the participants from India and abroad. The discussions during technical session by prominent academicians and industry practitioners was the key highlight.

Management Development Programs (MDPs)

With a customized approach towards problem solving, SDMIMD has devised a series of training program aimed at corporate. The solutions provided make the corporate understand the simplicity in tackling issues that would seem complex otherwise. Focus areas include: creation of new competencies in managing diversity of businesses, technologies, people dynamics and global markets. Some of the MDPs conducted for executives last year includes Cyber Law, Services Marketing etc. Leading companies like Raman Boards & Automotive Axles Ltd. tied up with the institute for employees training & development.

MDP on Finance for Non Finance Executives

A two day program on topic "Finance for Non Finance Executives" was conducted by Dr. Ullas Rao and Dr. N.R. Parasuraman, Faculty members of SDMIMD on May 17 & 18, 2013. The training was structured with an objective of imparting basic skill sets comprising accounting, financial management and cost management to the Non-finance working executives.

MDP on Statistical Process Control

One day training program on Statistical Process Control (SPC) Using Excel was conducted by Dr. R. Jagadeesh, Faculty member of SDMIMD on May 18, 2013. The training module aimed at imparting concepts and theory of SPC using Microsoft Excel. The program provided hands-on experience on Excel; and, demonstrated on how to improve quality & to generate reports using Excel.

MDP on Data Analysis and Business Modeling with MS-Excel

Two day Management Development Program (MDP) on Data Analysis and Business Modeling with MS-Excel was conducted by Prof. Mohamed Minhaj, Faculty member of SDMIMD in the area of Systems, on May 30 & 31, 2013. The program aimed at giving comprehensive introduction to MS-Excel and help the participants to understand the effective ways to use Excel for Data Analysis, Modeling, and Decision Making.

MDP on Statistical Package for the Social Sciences

SPSS

A two day program on "Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS)" was conducted by Dr. G. Srilakshminarayana and Prof. J. Balaji, Faculty Members of SDMIMD during May 15 & 16, 2013 at SDMIMD Campus. The program focused on providing hands-on experience to SPSS - the powerful software package widely used by Researchers and Students belonging to Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences discipline.