Student Activities

SDMIMD conducts Vittaaksh 2013

The Finnacle team comprising of the PGDM students from the finance stream successfully conducted Vittaaksh – a finance event comprising of competitions requiring application of theory and practices of finance. The event was inaugurated by Mr. Anil Joshi, Assistant General Manager (AGM), Postal Training Institute, Mysore. The event witnessed an enviable participation of more than 15 teams representing reputed B-Schools in India. The prominent institutions participating in the event included Welingkar, SIBM-Bangalore, MATS, and Christ Management School. The first-prize carrying a cash award of INR 15,000 was bagged by the team from Welingkar, Bangalore. The event was sponsored by India Post.

Kalanubhav 2013

Kalanubhav - a student body of SDMIMD organized a violin concert by Vidwan H.S. Krishnamurthy on Monday, November 18, 2013 at 4:30 PM. Vidwan HSK was accompanied with Shri H.S. Sudheendra on the Mridanga and Shri  G.S. Ramanujan on Ghatam. The cultural event was open for public. Kalanubhav - is a student committee with the objective of propagating all forms of Indian art to the students of the Institute. 

Blood Donation Camp

"The blood you donate gives someone another chance at life". SDMites are always seen coming forward with great enthusiasm, to address social issues whenever the situations call for the same. Sunday, 17th  November 2013, was a day with difference at Institute's Wellness Center, as students as many as 61 in number donated their blood to the Medical Team from Rotary Chandrakala Hospital Mysore. 

Kannada Rajyothsava Celebration

Festive look and activities made it different to SDMIMD Campus on 15th November 2013, Friday.  The day was fixed to celebrate Kannada Rajyotsava.  Chappara, Maavina Torana, Rangoli, posters and pictures of eminent personalities gave perfect scene for the occasion which gave a different look to the Mess and surrounding areas. SDMites enjoyed the state’s traditional food during lunch. It was a treat for non kannadigas too, as they took part in singing kannada songs and fun games. The students enthralled the crowd at Basket Ball Court with songs and dance. Motor Cycle stunt by Mr. Ahmed was a thrill to watch. 

Dasara Celebration by SDMites

The Mysore Dasara is Big. For SDMites, it is special with rich experience. The festival changes the monotonous way of life, makes it a bit more colourful with many exciting things to look forward to. It is this spirit that makes the festival so special. The essence of spirituality was in the air. SDMites organized Saraswati Pooja for all the faculty members and the students on campus. Right from decorating the place to worship in a grand manner befitting the occasion to providing prasadam, the students and staff members managed effectively with devotion. The best part of the whole evening was the devotional Carnatic rendered by Dr. N.R. Parasuraman, our Director. The faculty, staff and students participated in Aarti and the entire function was enjoyed by all. This was followed by Durga Puja celebration. Bengalis love food. Also, Bengalis love feeding others. After the Durga Puja, a perfect occasion for the Bengalis to treat the whole college to a Bengali style feast. At the end of the feast the whole college was burping with contentment and licking their fingers. We only hope that the piousness of the occasion is rewarded by the continued blessings of Maa Saraswati and Maa Durga on the students who are here on campus to learn.

Abhigyaan 2013

The Two Day Annual event "ABHIGYAAN 2013", Management Fest for Undergraduate students was concluded on 6th October 2013 at Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute for Management Development Mysore. Vidhya Ashram First Grade College Students emerged as overall champions by winning First Prizes in two events Sell Your Spark & Uncanny Enigma and a Second Prize in the event Dossier. Mr Neeladri Das from Alliance University Bangalore win the Best Manager event Tycoon. The Prizes were given away by Mr A.R. Dwarakanath Trainer - Corporate Wellness & Executive - Public Relations of SDMIMD.

Onam Celebration @ SDMIMD

It is normally said that it rains on auspicious occasions. It did so, when King Mahabali visited SDMIMD to bless the gathered SDMites.Onam is a festival celebrated by the people of Kerala to welcome the arrival of their beloved king Mahabali, during whose reign Kerala prospered.Onam started off with the renowned Kerala lunch – ‘Sadya’ with around 14 dishes served on plantain leaf and ‘payasam’ to complete the meal. Later in the evening, the visit of the Mahabali was welcomed with the display of fireworks. The ladies looked stunning in the Kerala saree and the gentleman complemented them by draping in traditional ‘mundu’. A variety of games was lined up for the excited students. To name a few - ‘chilli-eating’, ‘water balloons’, ‘Onathallu’ and ‘Uriyadi’ . ‘Thiruvathira’ a traditional Kerala dance by the girls, by its grace and simplicity stole the show.The celebration displayed pomp and grandeur and brought smiles to the onlookers.