2013

Entrepreneurship Event at SDMIMD

SDMIMD has taken several initiatives to inculcate entrepreneurial orientation among its PGDM students.  These include setting up of Entrepreneurship Cell, signing MoU with National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN). A Business Plan competition was announced and series of workshops for students by eminent entrepreneurs was organised as part of the run-up to the event. Ten teams participated in the event; five teams have been shortlisted for the final presentation and would compete for the top cash prize. The final presentation of the business plans has been scheduled on Dec 18, 2013. The event starts at 9.15 am and would close by 1.30 pm. Mr Sid Mookerji, CMD, SPI, Mysore  and Mr Ravishankar, Founder – CEO, AIM HIGH, Bangalore are part of the esteemed panel of judges. From 2.15 pm to 3.00 pm a panel discussion on Entrepreneurship has been organised with eminent entrepreneurs, who are also SDMIMD alumni , as panelists.

2nd International HR Conference


 

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Times of India | The Hindu | Star of Mysore | 
City Today

Shri Dharmasthala Manajunatheshwara Institute for Management Development, Mysore (SDMIMD), has organized its 2nd International Conference on “Managing Human Resources at the Workplace”, on December 13-14, 2013.  A galaxy of notable personalities, such as, Mr. Nishchae Suri, Head of People and Change Practice, Partner, KPMG India Private Limited, Mr. R. Venkatanarayanan, President – HR, IT & Education, Rane Holdings Limited, India; Mr. M. Krishna, Managing Director & Chief Financial Officer (CFO), AT&S India; Dr. Selvan D, Vice President, Capgemini, India; and Mr. Girish Karunakaran, President of Eurasia, SPI, India, have graced the occasion. 
The conference has witnessed large scale participation and patronage from research scholars, academicians, management practitioners. More than 375 research abstracts have been received in the various areas of Human Resource Management, out of which more than 260 papers were deliberated during the two days of the conference. More than 325 participants from India and countries, such as, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Nepal, Nigeria, have attended the conference. A variety of emerging concerns in the areas of HRM, such as, Organizational Talent Strategies and Retention, Work Life Balance, Training and Development, Motivation, Cross-Cultural Issues, Performance Management and Competency system, Compliance and Ethical Issues at HRM, Big Data analytics in HRM, and so on, have been presented, debated and deliberated. 
 
Prof. S. Prabhakar, Secretary, SDME Trust, Dr. N. R. Parasuraman, Director, SDMIMD, Dr. H. Gayathri, Deputy- Director, SDMIMD, Dr. Mousumi Sengupta, Conference Chair, and Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, Conference Co-Chair, and other faculty members were present in the conference.