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The People of Mumbai Tour – BBA Jaguars undertake a cultural tour in Mumbai

On 28th October, the BBA Jaguars in Mumbai embarked on ‘The People of Mumbai tour’. The cohort was divided into four small batches, each accompanied by a staff member and a tour guide.

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Mumbai is a city with rich heritage. A place which started as a collection of seven islands has today, grown to be the economic capital of India.
The tour’s objective was to sensitise and expose the students to various cultures, traditions, religions, and localities of Mumbai. The tour included visits to many famous places in Mumbai including Afghan Church, the Koli fishing village, the Tower of Silence and the David Synagogue, among many others.

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* The article has been written by inputs from Khushi Neb (Student, BBA Intake of 2017)

Topics: BBA, Global Learning at SP Jain

SP Jain Singapore Campus Welcomes the New Jags of 2017 – The Global Journey Begins

This year, the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program of SP Jain School of Global Management welcomed around 185 new Jaguars from 27 different nationalities including China, South Korea, India, Mauritius, Mexico, Russia, Southeast Asia, and Europe, among others.

While it is their first time in Singapore for many, a large number of students are also experiencing their first time living away from home. The Jaguars of 2017 have come together for their journey with SP Jain, learning and living in three different megacities of the world—Singapore, Dubai, and Sydney— immersing themselves in various environments, cultures and situations, becoming independent global business leaders. The new Jaguars will not just interact with people of different backgrounds, but also experience these new backgrounds first-hand.

Topics: BBA, Orientation

SP Jain's BBA Reach the Final round for the 5th United Arab Emirates Undergraduate Research Competition

One of SP Jain’s BBA 2015 Regional Immersion Project groups has been selected for the 5th United Arab Emirates Undergraduate Research Competition. “Team Happiness”, as they call themselves, have been working passionately on their research topic- Happiness and Innovation in the UAE. Their approach encompasses interviews of various experts from the region who have been involved in initiatives around the science of happiness, as well as an in-depth survey analysis.

The group will be presenting for the finals on the 8th of May 2017, at Abu Dhabi University. SP Jain wishes Team Happiness all the very best for the same! With inputs and guidance from stalwarts, and a thorough guidance from their Academic Mentor, who is also a psychologist and a Happiness Consultant at SP Jain, the team aims to create more awareness about the importance of happiness through their research, and to highlight the efforts made by the government of UAE to make UAE one of the happiest countries in the world.

Topics: BBA, DUBAI

Inizio’17- The start of a tradition

The enthusiasm of the students led to the birth of Inizio’17, a management cultural festival which is the first of its kind organised by BBA Jaguars at SP Jain’s Mumbai campus. This inter-college festival hoped to exemplify creativity, excellence and talent among its participants and organisers alike. In a bid to promote the hidden potential of the students and celebrate diversity in its uniqueness, a two-day Inter College Management Cultural Fest- Inizio’17 was organised by a cohort of only 57 students. It was a busy affair with a gamut of events to test talent, logical thinking, spontaneity and knowledge. The cultural events broadly categorised into Performing arts, Literary arts, Fine arts, Management events, Gaming and Sports along with a variety of fun informal events for students to showcase their skills. 154 students from various colleges participated in the same.

Topics: BBA

BBA Jaguars visit Kundalika River near Mumbai

A semester at S P Jain begins with various activities introduced for the students. The BBA JAGS 2017 began their outbound trip of the second semester on the 3rd and 4th of February with a trip to Kundalika River.

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Small Stage for Big Talents: Cross Cultural Celebration at the Dubai Campus

The SP Jain Students Club, titled M.A.D, that stands and dedicates itself to the rich forms of Music, Arts & Dance hosted their first event in the Dubai campus in line with the Chinese Lunar Year, Australian National Day and Indian Republic Day celebrations on 26th January 2017.

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Jaguars undergo test of survival with overnight Liwa camp, near the Dubai Campus

For centuries, the nomads and Bedouins have travelled through the Western Region by camel, stopping at nightfall to rest. So what better way to experience the magic of the Empty Quarter than to camp?

Topics: BBA

Global Learning Day at Mirzam Luxury Chocolates, Al Serkal Avenue, Dubai

On the 19th of January, the S P Jain Jags had a much awaited industrial visit to the Mirzam Chocolate Factory at Al Serkal Avenue, Dubai. Mirzam is a very new brand of luxury chocolates and the only ‘bean to bar’ chocolate manufacturer in UAE. Named after one of the brightest stars in the night sky, ‘Mirzam’ caters to a very specific niche market with their completely natural and preservative-free products.

Topics: BBA, Global Learning

Visit to UNHCR, Dubai by the SP Jain Undergraduate Students

On 19th January 2017, 25 students of SP Jain’s undergraduate batch visited the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ Dubai Main Office in the MENA region. UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is a global organisation dedicated to saving lives, protecting rights, and building a better future for refugees, forcibly displaced communities, and stateless people.

Topics: BBA, Industry Visit

Debate on ‘Demonitisation’: The BBA students at the Mumbai Campus weigh in

EVENT BRIEF: It was a memorable day at S P Jain’s Mumbai campus on 23rd November, as a debate competition was held among the BBA class of 2016. The theme of the debate was “Demonetisation”, a very trending topic in today’s economy. The student participation was commendable. It kick-started with an introduction, which was followed by the first speaker who spoke for the topic. The first team spoke about various points in favor of demonitisation and concluded by saying how “Corruption will not end but will reduce”.

Topics: BBA