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Certificates to the Overseas Students of UoM

A function to award certificates to successful candidates of the second edition of the Developing Business Excellence (DBE) program for overseas students was held in the SDMIMD campus recently.
 
Dr S.J. Manjunath, Co-ordinator of Third Sector Research Centre; Professor of Business Administration; and, Director, UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Mysore, Mysore, expressed the view that learning from the DBE Program about the best practices concerning social responsibility and the business environment of any country will help expand the knowledge horizon. Such learning makes us connect to the contemporary world and relate to the research domain. He lauded SDMIMD for launching this unique program and helping overseas students to know India and its culture, business environment and concern to society. Read More

Certificates to the Overseas Students of UoM

A function to award certificates to successful candidates of the second edition of the Developing Business Excellence (DBE) program for overseas students was held in the SDMIMD campus recently.
 
Dr S.J. Manjunath, Co-ordinator of Third Sector Research Centre; Professor of Business Administration; and, Director, UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Mysore, Mysore, expressed the view that learning from the DBE Program about the best practices concerning social responsibility and the business environment of any country will help expand the knowledge horizon. Such learning makes us connect to the contemporary world and relate to the research domain. He lauded SDMIMD for launching this unique program and helping overseas students to know India and its culture, business environment and concern to society.
 
 
The overseas students from Afghanistan, Namibia, Cambodia, Botswana, and Yemen, pursuing master’s program at the University of Mysore, Mysuru, were nominated by the Third Sector Research Centre to attend the 2 Week ‘Developing Business Excellence – with a sense of social responsibility program designed and offered for overseas students studying in India by SDMIMD, Mysore. A month back, the first edition of the program had been conducted for overseas students at St Philomena’s College Mysore.
 
Director of SDMIMD Dr. N.R. Parasuraman outlined the objective behind the program and how it seeks to bring home to overseas students the twin goals of SDMIMD – excellence in management education coupled with imbibing ethical and responsible practices. Dr Parasuraman appreciated the Third Sector Department of the University of Mysore for this initiative in nominating these students
 
The faculty members who delivered the sessions distributed the certificate to the 25 participants who completed the program's evaluation criteria.
 
Course participants shared their learning from the program during the event.
 
Earlier, Dr. Sunil MV, Head – Academic Administration, welcomed the gathering. Dr. S.N. Prasad presented the vote of thanks. Ms. Rekha Ganapathy, Coordinator of the program, moderated the certificate awarding ceremony. 

SDMIMD’s Overseas Program Certificate Awarding Ceremony

As a part of new initiatives to bring in focus on social responsibility, ethics and sustainability coupled with business excellence to overseas students, SDMIMD conducted 20-hour ‘Program on Developing Business Excellence (DBE) – With a Sense of Social Responsibility’ for the foreign students of St. Philomena’s College, Mysore.  The program culminated in an award ceremony held at SDMIMD campus on August, 24, 2021. Read More>

SDMIMD’s Overseas Program Certificate Awarding Ceremony

As a part of new initiatives to bring in focus on social responsibility, ethics and sustainability coupled with business excellence to overseas students, SDMIMD conducted 20-hour ‘Program on Developing Business Excellence (DBE) – With a Sense of Social Responsibility’ for the foreign students of St. Philomena’s College, Mysore.  The program culminated in an award ceremony held at SDMIMD campus on August, 24, 2021.

The first batch had 21 students from 7 countries – Papua Newguinea, Afghanistan, Yemen, Jordon, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Somalia – who received the Program Certificate from Dr. Bernard Prakash Barnis, Rector/Manager, St. Philomena’s College Institutions, Mysore.
 
Prof. Othbert Pinto – PG Director, St. Philomena’s College (Autonomous), Mysore, expressing his view said that the effective delivery of 20-hour program aimed at overall exposure to diverse aspects of Indian business environment – introduced the culture, ethics, leadership, consumer behaviour, social responsibility, corporate culture, leadership and Indian family business. The overseas students well received the sessions.  He appreciated the course content delivery, and the reference materials provided during the course. 
 
Director of SDMIMD, Dr. N.R. Parasuraman expressed happiness at the successful completion of the program and gave the audience the background and philosophy behind the offering.
 
Mr. Ronal Prakash Cutinha, IQAC Coordinator, St. Philomena’s College, stated that ‘the collaboration between SDMIMD and St. Philomena’s has ensured the benefit to the faculty members & student community in knowledge sharing and adding value to the holistic development of the students. 
 
The principal of St. Philomena’s, Dr. Alphonsus D’Souza, faculty members, and staff from SDMIMD and St. Philomena’s were present. 
 
Dr. Sunil M.V., Head – Academic Administration and lead of the Program on Developing Business Excellence (DBE) informed that the encouraging and positive feedback about the learning from the program by the 21 overseas students of the first batch is highly motivating. SDMIMD will continue its effort to introduce India and its business environment with a sense of social responsibility to the overseas students.  

Inauguration of Program for Overseas Students

SDMIMD launched a ‘Program on Developing Business Excellence (DBE) – With a Sense of Social Responsibility’ for overseas students to understand India’s business environment, consumer behaviour, cultural background, and corporate environment. The program aims to sensitize student from overseas who visit India for educational purpose about the ethics and social relevance of the Indian business environment.
 
The program was inaugurated for the first batch of 21 foreign national students at St. Philomena’s College (Autonomous), Mysore, Post graduate Centre on August 9, 2021. 
 
Inaugurating the program Director of SDMIMD Dr. N.R. Parasuraman said ‘The 20-hour program aims to give an overall exposure to diverse aspects Indian business environment. The program introduces culture, ethics, leadership, consumer behavior, social responsibility, corporate culture, and Indian family business. The course content is framed and offered by highly accomplished faculty members in the respective area.’
 
Speaking on the occasion Prof. Othber Pinto, Director, St. Philomena’s PG Centre said ‘It is a much-needed initiative by both SDMIMD and St. Philomena’s to sensitize the foreign students about India and its rich culture. Student’s will be receiving the Degrees in their domain but its our responsibility to enhance their knowledge about India and its inclusiveness in different dimensions’. 
 
Mr. Ronald Prakash Cutinha, Head of IQAC & Chief Librarian, St. Philomena’s said, ‘the initiative by SDMIMD and St. Philomena’s is to present our culture and values, with that spirit the program will help the foreign students know about India apart from the prescribed education’. 
 
Rector/Manager Rev. Fr. Dr. Bernard Prakash Barnis; the Principal Dr. Alphonsus D’Souza; faculty members, students and staff of St. Philomena’s College, Mysore; and faculty & staff members of SDMIMD, Mysore participated in this virtual event. 
 
Dr. Sunil M.V. Head – Academic Administration, SDMIMD Mysore and Ms. Rekha Ganapathy, Coordinator of the Program, were present.   
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