SP Jain in the News

SP Jain becomes the world’s first business school to get DASCA accreditation for its Data Science programs

DASCA certifications are among the world’s most powerful set of qualifications for Data Science professionals and SP Jain has joined the league of leading DASCA-accredited institutions like Columbia, Cornell, Duke, Harvard and Stanford.

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How to choose the right MBA college: Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain) shares in India Today

Most MBA aspirants would say starting salaries determine which B-school they would select. However, does a starting salary reflect all the key outcomes? More importantly, does a one-size-fits-all MBA cover outcomes for all students? In an article for India Today, one of the most widely read news publications, Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain School of Global Management) shares his insights on how students could select an MBA.

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The economy is down. How about doing an MBA? Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain) writes in Education Times

“After the financial crisis in 2009-10, governments worldwide had injected so much money into their economies that companies grew massively. This continued unabated for a full decade. The BSE index grew by 350% from January 2009-2020. Between 2009 and 2010 the Indian rupee appreciated by 10% versus the US Dollar!” shares Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain School of Global Management).

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SP Jain’s Dr Debashis Guha writes on the historical parallels between AI and Electricity

It is often said that artificial intelligence (AI) is the new electricity. Dr Debashis Guha (Associate Professor and Director – Machine Learning, SP Jain School of Global Management) draws parallels between the evolution of electricity and AI in an article for Inc42, a leading Indian publication known for its coverage of the Indian start-up ecosystem.   

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How EMBA can sharpen your leadership & decision-making skills – SP Jain’s Dr Gary Stockport writes

Doing a part-time Executive MBA (EMBA) is a big investment in both time and money, typically over an 18-24-month timeframe. An EMBA’s investment benefits can be determined over many decades as it is intended to help people become a better generalist manager and then transition to become a more effective leader. But how does an EMBA help sharpen your leadership and decision-making skills? Dr Gary Stockport (Dean – EMBA, SP Jain) shares in an article for Education World.

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TEQSA renews SP Jain’s registration for 7 years

SP Jain's Dubai campus

On March 25, 2020, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), Australia:

Topics: Accreditations & Registrations

What the Class of 2020 can do to land jobs in the COVID-19-hit economy

The Class of 2020 graduates will be bracing themselves to enter the workforce during one of the most challenging times for the global economy. What could they do to be more employable amid the COVID-19 crisis? Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain School of Global Management) shares his outlook in The Indian Express, one of India’s largest-read publications.

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CEOs working from home – 94.3 Radio One FM interviews Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain)

Extraordinary circumstances call for extraordinary measures. How has SP Jain School of Global Management become a game-changer using its proprietary Engaged Learning Online (ELO) technology? How does one stay inspired and inspire others in such challenging times? Nitish Jain (President, SP Jain) answers these questions, shares his work-from-home experience and more in a candid conversation with host Hrishikesh Kannan on 94.3 Radio One FM as part of their ‘CEOs working from home’ series.

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COVID-19 and the transition to online learning – SP Jain’s Dr Nawazish Mirza writes in Edarabia

The COVID-19 outbreak has provided a unique opportunity for business schools to test their readiness for online teaching. In these dynamic times, a good online pedagogy provides much-needed flexibility to the students while not compromising on their skill development. How can institutions ensure students get the same learning experience online as they would in a conventional classroom? Dr Nawazish Mirza (Associate Professor and Area Head – Finance, SP Jain School of  Global Management) shares his insights in an article published in Edarabia, a leading education portal in the Middle East.

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