CAMPUS LIFE

CAMPUS LIFE

Life at ISME doesn't stand still. With over 500 students and a vibrant urban setting, it's no wonder the campus community talks about a "fear of missing out." Jump in and find out how dynamic and interconnected life at ISME can be.

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Visit of Shri Bhagat Singh Koshyari

Governor of Maharashtra

We were privileged to have the Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra Bhagat Singh Koshyari visit our campus this morning and interact with our students. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party from Uttarakhand.

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MVP ( Minimum Viable Product)

Showcase

MVP ( Minimum Viable Product ) management is the highlight of our undergraduate course where students come together to understand product journeys and create innovative products. This is the course where they learn frugality, lean approaches of production and translating feedback to insights. These insights would ultimately lead to the creation of path-breaking entrepreneurial ventures. There were 50 MVP pop-ups presented by 238 students.
Guest of Honour:

  • - Mr Anil Harish -Partner at D.M. Harish & Co.
  • - Mr Sanjay Nayar-Member & CEO of KKR India
  • - Ms Neerja Birla - Chairperson of The Aditya Birla Integrated School

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Mr Sanjiv Mehta,Chairman

Managing Director Hindustan Unilever Limited

The Graduation Ceremony of the pioneering batch of the Undergraduate Business Management & Entrepreneurship Program Chief Guest Mr Sanjiv Mehta,Chairman & Managing Director Hindustan Unilever Limited & Dr Vijay Khole, Former Vice Chancellor University of Mumbai.

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Mr. Sanjay Shetty

On 6th August 2019, students at ISME met Mr. Sanjay Shetty (Head of Sales & Strategy at Randstad India). He explained corporate job dynamics, essential skills required in the sector and he further reflected on his experiences in the industry. His talk revolved around 3 main ideas, understanding different job creating sectors, skill sets required in these sectors and common skill sets that are essential for any candidate. He also covered crucial aspects of understanding the corporate cultures like punctuality. Read More

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Jared Grusd

Mr. Jared Grusd, Chief Strategy Officer of Snapchat delivered a talk to ISME students on July 31. He is a professor at Columbia Business School and is well informed of the functioning of a business school. He discussed the independence of Snapchat in comparison to other social media applications. He emphasized on Snapchat’s core objective being to connect friends and create an ecosystem where one can be oneself. Many other apps have tried to imitate their ideas and monetize it. He was deeply motivated to work with the ISME students and would want suggestions for the same
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Dr Simon Longstaff

Everyday Ethics

Dr. Longstaff is an Executive Director of The Ethics Centre and was introduced my Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas who is the founder of Everyday Ethics Centre.He explained the importance of values and principles how values are good, but principles are right, how you can value success but to be ethical, it has to be backed by the right principles. His personal experiences of ethical dilemmas he faced were not only inspiring but also made students realize the importance of gratitude and a clear conscience. The talk was followed by a Q&A session where the audience raised questions about ethics. Read More

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Dr. Dan Caprar

Leadership in Business

Dr. Caprar is the Senior Lecturer in the University of Sydney Business School and he spoke about leadership in business. Leadership is the art of motivating a group of people to act towards achieving a common goal. In a business setting, this can mean directing workers and colleagues with a strategy to meet the company's needs. The session on leadership by Dr. Dan Caprar helped students understand that a leader is the inspiration and director of the action. He or she is the person in the group that possesses the combination of personality and leadership skills that makes others want to follow his or her direction. A leader, by definition, is someone who answers the call to nurture the common good. Their lives are lives of service to a higher calling – the public good. Mr Capar said that in business, such leadership is observed amongst the best companies – companies that go well beyond the bottom line – to embrace progressive brand activism, to improve the condition of the world. Read More

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Harikrishnan Pillai

Leadership in Business

Harikrishnan Pillai is the CEO at the Small Big Idea. He has vast experience in media and entertainment. He has worked for Zee TV and Reliance Broadcast and helped them set up digital and social structures. He helped them penetrate non-metro markets in Bihar, UP etc. Mr. Pillai emphasizes that innovation must be centered on consumers, their problems, needs and demands. As a digital marketing expert, he says there are 6 ways to disrupt Indian business ecosystem and digital innovation:
1) Product Disruption: Products can be a rage if planned well and marketed well. Some of the examples are
a) Over the Top Services - Media Services like Netflix, Prime video, Hotstar.
b) BYJU’S - A popular teacher who teaches nearly 1000 students launches an education platform- Byju's. As of today, Byju's 2.4 million users pay 12 thousand annually making it a $ 6 billion valuation in just 7 years.
c) Smart - E - They realized that we are soon heading to oil crisis and made a disruption by using electricity as the fuel to power their rickshaw. They make their money by location-based advertising and delivering groceries at non-peak hours.
2) Next 100 million internet users will be from non-metro's - To grab these users we can either use regional content example being movies like Luka Chupi, Stree etc. Or build regional YouTube stars as major mobile content is available easily on YouTube or apps like TicTok which can have high stickiness for all consumers.
3) Marketing is less instinct and more data - Marketing can never be done on basis on instinct it has to data based. Culture and audience play an important role.
4) Experience collaborates with experiment - Whenever we are experimenting or launching a new drive it is recommended that you validate or at least get inputs from experienced individuals or past experiments.
5) Do it yesterday – Do not wait to implement an idea. If you think it is a good idea then do it.
6) Entrepreneur or Intrapreneur - be either one of these. Either innovate inside the company or start a new one. But innovation is the key Finally, remember in the digital age NETWORK IS THE NETWORTH. Read More

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Dr. Rebecca Biggins

The students of ISME had the privilege to have Dr. Rebecca Biggins amongst their midst. Dr. Rebecca Biggins is the Director of Marketing and External Engagement at York Business School. She is a lecturer in Management at York St. John University. She is also working on her PhD which is based on the marketing of heritage tourism destinations and stakeholder dynamics under the University of Leeds. She conducted a 5-day Certificate course on "How to design a Research Proposal" with the students. She gave a detailed explanation on how to write any research paper, a thorough description of all stages of dissertation writing and proper explanation of the Research Onion. Students were given an assignment such that they had to write a research proposal which would be assessed by her and could be turned into a complete research paper at a later stage.
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To put the joy back learning, we at ISME believe in experiencing what we study. To help better their understanding of organisational behaviour, the students of SYBME put together the ‘OB Conclave’ - a two-day event ideated, curated and managed solely by students. The students have identified areas in Work Culture, Stress Management, Motovation, Ethics and Evolution of the 21st century manager.

A proud day for WNS-ISME partnership! The CEO of WNS Mr Keshav Murugesh addressed Data Science & Business Analytics program graduates.The WNS-ISME collaboration seeks to unlock the true potential of data science by creating the right data.

STUDENTS LED ORGANIZATION

Life at ISME doesn't stand still. With over 500 students and a vibrant urban setting, it's no wonder the campus community talks about a "fear of missing out." Jump in and find out how dynamic and interconnected life at ISME can be.

STAGE- Society for Talent Generation & Entertainment  is a student led organisation of ISME. It is a platform through which students

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Finterest is the Finance and Investment Club at ISME. At Finterest we aim to build a strong, tight-knit community of financial enthusiasts through

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The Artists’ Guild (TAG) is the Literary arts and Fine arts society of ISME. TAG fosters leadership, oratorship, writing and organisational skills by

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ISME is a family where we develop leadership and professional skills. We at RC ISME work on creating a better society for young India through

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High Flyers, the international council at ISME that focuses on relations, networking and educational opportunities outside of India. It encourages the

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Futurepreneurs gives aspiring student entrepreneurs the platform to access entrepreneurial resources, network with community entrepreneurs and share

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AGILE is a student-led organisation aimed at enhancing the physical and mental endurance capacities of it's members through experiential

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ISME INC is where the The Global Speaker Series will bring international leaders to ISME for broad-reaching conversations about the global context

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