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Campus News

Interactive Session on IST by Dr. R. Indira

Dr. R. Indira, Member of the Governing Body of SDMIMD; Scholar-in-Residence, Centre for Women's Studies, Bangalore University; and Formerly Professor & Chairman, Department of Sociology, University of Mysore, delivered an interactive session on Indian Society in Transition (IST) on September 23, 2021. The talk has been organized for the PGCM 2021-22 batch as part of the PGCM Orientation Program 2021. 

Workshop on Emotional Intelligence

Prof.  L Gandhi, Assistant Professor – OB/HR, SDMIMD, conducted a Workshop on Emotional Intelligence for the PGCM 2021-22 batch as part of the orientation program on September 23, 2021. 

Commencement of PGCM 2021-22 Batch

The commencement session of the AICTE recognized One-Year Full-time Post Graduate Certificate in Management (PGCM) Program for the Batch 2020-2021 was held on September 22, 2021. Director of SDMIMD Dr. N.R. Parasuraman addressed the students, emphasizing the imperative of students' involvement in academic activities, interaction with guests from industry, and being part of the students’ committees for holistic development to be ready for corporate entry after the program. Dr. Sunil MV, Head – Academic Administration, introduced the annual academic calendar of the program to the new batch. Earlier, Prof. L. Gandhi, Chairperson – Admissions, welcomed the new batch and the gathering.  

Talk on ‘Building Public Image’ by CEO, The Hindu Group

'What counts in the life is the principles that we stood for, people we touched, and the way we changed the world even in a small way by pursuing a purpose truly bigger than ourselves. Those are the real legacies that will outlive us' said Mr. L.V. Navaneeth, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), The Hindu Group Publishing Private Limited. Mr. Naveaneeth delivered the invited talk on 'Building & Communicating a Public Image - Strategies for Working Professionals’ organized by Prerana - the SDM Institute for Management Development Alumni Association and SDMIMD on Saturday, August 28, 2021.
 
Speaking on leadership, Mr. Navaneeth opined that no person is an island. Every individual has connected to the larger entity; the positive influence and the shared vision will help us grow as leaders. The Character, Ability, Purpose (CAP) of an individual, which brings the pursuit of excellence, skill & ethics, values with Indian ethos, can build the public image and communicates what one has cultivated in his life. Sharing his experience in family and public life, the speaker said, 'Image in the minds of the public matters. The Consistency of Character, Credibility through Ability, and Clarity in Purpose will speak about the self-image and public image'.
 
The talk introduced the various dimensions of public life. The experiences and anecdotes by the speakers shared the sensitivity, influence, and the impact one can make on others towards the positive attitude, ethics, values, and sense of life. The students on campus, alumni members, and faculty members participated in the virtual event.

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>

Guest talk by Dr.Thomas

Dr.Thomas, Chairman, Lead College of Management and Lead OBT, Palakkad, Kerala, delivered a guest lecture and spoke about outbound learning while recalling recollections of previous years' offline activities-based learning. Students learned about the value and benefits of outbound learning, as well as how it helps people work together, trust one other, and coordinate their efforts. Different sizes of rubix cubes were also introduced to educate indirectly how to adapt and alter when working in groups to get work done on a large scale. His Guinness World Records achievements motivated students and taught them not to be afraid of achieving anything. Overall it was a very insightful session.