SP Jain School of Global Management’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students in Mumbai visited TajSATS near the city’s international airport to gain a practical understanding of quality management. The industrial visit was organised by Prof Shrinivas Shikaripurkar as part of the Principles of Management course.
SP Jain School of Global Management recently welcomed Dr. Ashish Das, Professor of Statistics - IIT Bombay, at the Mumbai campus. He spoke to the Bachelor of Data Science (BDS) students about Mathematics for Data Science with a special reference to Financial Engineering Algorithms.
SP Jain School of Global Management signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with MahaIT Corp Ltd, a Government of Maharashtra enterprise, at the Fintegrate Zone Startup 2019 event which was held in Mumbai from 27th February to 1st March 2019.
After hosting successful chapters of the IT Management Conclave 2018 in Singapore (5th October 2018) and Dubai (24th October 2018), SP Jain School of Global Management organised the event at its Mumbai campus on 16th November 2018 in partnership with CNBC TV18, one of India’s leading business news channels. With a theme on ‘Leadership and Governance in the Digital Age: Building Successful Digital Enterprises’, the conclave focused on understanding the qualities essential for a digital leader, key challenges of digital governance faced by organisations and the critical factors for building successful digital enterprises. Results of SP Jain’s IT Management Conclave 2018 Industry Survey, led by Dr. Karippur Nanda Kumar, Associate Professor and Area Head - IT at SP Jain, were also presented at the event which was attended by senior business leaders and industry players.
On the 24th of September 2016, 15 students of S P Jain’s Mumbai campus travelled to the Mad Over Sports cricket field located in Hotel Shanti Doot, Dadar, to play a friendly match of cricket. As with any sports outing, the atmosphere was electric, and the excitement, palpable. The matches were to be for two hours, with seven players on one side and eight on the other – for a duration of five overs.
The grounds were located on the terrace of Shanti Doot, four stories above the ground level. Upon arrival, the teams were formed – team Flash and team Tupperware, both captained by the students. Team Tupperware decided to bat first, where some really talented student batsmen opened the game.