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Events At S P Jain

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MR. SIMANTA DAS SHARES INSIGHTS ON BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS

 

 24 February 2016

Behavioural Economics is one of the key terms related to the economic decision-making processes of individuals and institutions. It is a widely belief that people are rational, fully aware of options; they always rank their preferences and choose the best option they like. However, it’s not always true. Behavioral Economics studies, thus explore why people sometimes make irrational decisions, and why and how their behaviors do not follow the predictions of economic models. In a 90-minute session, Mr. Simanta spoke to the students to help them understand what Behavioural Economics is, its importance and application in the real-life businesses.

 

Topics: Behavioural Economics

POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS IN DUBAI VISIT FERRARI WORLD

19 February 2016

Ferrari World is located on Yas Island on the north-eastern side of Abu Dhabi’s mainland. It is not only the world’s largest indoor theme park but also has the world’s fastest roller coaster “Formula Rossa”. 

Topics: MBA, GMBA, Postgraduate, EMBA

SP JAIN’S FLASH MOB 2016

 

 

13 February 2016

The ground floor of J Cube Shopping Mall located in west Singapore, came to a halt. A curious crowd gradually gathered soon after hear some music being played. Shortly after the music began to play, a girl was seen making a graceful entry to the centre of the formation and began matching pace to the beats of the music. Soon after, a young man joined in the dance, and a group of young, enthusiastic individuals followed. 

Yes, it was a flash mob.

Topics: Singapore

SANJAY SETHI DISCUSSES 'AGRIBUSINESS AND FOOD SECURITY IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES'

10 February 2016

Even in the 21st century, the specificities of the African countries and markets continue to be relatively unknown to the majority of people and companies. And numerous questions are posed, especially when companies are trying to discover the opportunities that can be taken and are measuring the risks and challenges that may be faced while exploring the African markets.

Topics: Campus visit

STUDENTS EXPERIENCE SINGAPORE WITH AN AMAZING RACE

 30 January 2016


The day began quite early, with students coming down to the Leadership Hall, puzzled on what to expect from the activity. They met Albert, who divided them into teams and further divided into sub-teams. Each team received a team colour bandana, and each sub team got envelopes with the clues. It was all so exciting.

As the race commenced, they ran out trying to figure out the places they were supposed to go first. Needless to say, this was going to be a very adventurous day for each of the students. We first went to China Town, which is a multitude of colors and a kaleidoscope of Chinese and oriental culture. It was beautiful. They tasted food and took pictures. Travelling with the team was an enriching experience as it gave them the opportunity to know each other, and discovered similarities and differences they shared with each other.

Topics: Singapore