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SP Jain In the Media"

HR Analytics to Predict Employee Success While Hiring - Dr Suneel Sharma & Mr Srikant Rajan write

Dr Suneel Sharma (Professor-in-charge, Big Data & Visual Analytics; Director, Virtual Reality Program – SP Jain) and Mr Srikant Rajan (Strategy & Technology Consultant) recently co-authored a paper in the magazine Analytics India, analysing the role of Machine Learning in the future of Human Resources.

Topics: Faculty in News

Designing Responses to Negative Comments on Facebook – Study Published by Dr. Gulnara Z. Karimova

Dr. Gulnara Z. Karimova (Assistant Professor, Business Communication) recently published a paper with Central Asia Business Journal Vol.8 No.1 titled “Developing Directives for Designing Responses to Negative Comments on Facebook: Case Study of SB JSC Sberbank in Kazakhstan”.

Topics: Faculty in News

Forbes Ranks SP Jain Among the TOP 20 in the World

SP Jain’s Global MBA program has been ranked among the TOP 20 in Forbes’ 2017 ranking of the world’s Best 1-year International MBA programs – making us the only school of Indian origin to feature in this coveted ranking. This is the fifth year in a row now that SP Jain has occupied a spot in the list that includes MBA programs of highly prestigious institutions like IMD, INSEAD, IE, Cambridge, Oxford, Warwick and Imperial. You can read more about the rankings here.

Topics: Forbes, Ranking

Threefold jump in starting salaries for Global MBA graduates at SP Jain

SP Jain School of Global Management has recorded a 14% jump in average starting salaries for the Global MBA Class of 2017 during campus placements this year. From last year’s INR 16.50 lakh, starting salaries have gone up to INR 22.52 lakh, the highest offer being INR 48 lakh for the specialisation in Contemporary Marketing Management. Read the full coverage in The Hindustan Times here.

Topics: Global MBA

Students at SP Jain’s Dubai Campus spread happiness by creating letters of love

As an extension of the course “Happiness by Choice” and Project Giving, the students of SP Jain’s Dubai Campus recently expressed their care and support for refugee children across the globe through the artistic avenue of collages and letters which were sent to the children at various NGOs to. The Letters of Love Campaign aims to take this initiative across borders and wishes to gather over 1000 letters of love by reaching out to a larger community - schools, universities, and individuals, to contribute to this noble initiative.

Topics: Happiness by Choice

No Prescribed age to be an Entrepreneur – Dr Vishal Talwar & Amrita Singh write in DNA India

“Entrepreneurship, much like professional dancing, is often a passionate affair between a man and his creation. And, just as in dancing, entrepreneurship takes creativity, perseverance, agility, discipline, and teamwork to succeed,” share Dr Vishal Talwar (Former Assistant Dean and Head of Mumbai Campus - EMBA & BBA) and Amrita Singh (Development Trainer & Coach) while explaining the key aspects of Entrepreneurship in DNA India.

Topics: EMBA BBA

Dr. Nawazish Mirza speaks at the 8th International Conference hosted by University of Pula, Croatia

Dr. Nawazish Mirza was invited as the keynote speaker for the 8th International Conference with the theme “Future World 2050” hosted by University of Pula, Croatia. This conference is indexed in Web of Science, and brings together various stakeholders including policy makers, professionals and academia to brainstorm on issues related to the current day business. The 2017 conference was aimed at discussing innovations and its impact on various business verticals for developed and emerging economies. Dr. Mirza’s key note speech explored challenges and opportunities for financial systems of the future amidst technological innovations.

Topics: Faculty in News

Supply Chain Disruption Survey, 2017 featured in The Link Magazine, Dubai

Dr Rajiv Aserkar (Professor & Head of Logistics and Supply Chain Management) and Ali Ahammed Shamir (Academic Manager, GLSM in Dubai) recently published the lead article in The Link Magazine (Page 37-42, Issue 4, Volume 14, June 2017) evaluating the results of the survey conducted to understand various supply chain disruptions and its impact in the Middle East.

Topics: Supply Chain Disruptions

Developing the Next-Gen Business School Leaders – Dr. Dhrupad Mathur writes in The International Indian Yearbook 2017

“Over the last few decades, B-schools have developed massive intellectual property which has in turn helped them in catering to the dynamic knowledge and skill requirements of the corporate sector. Typically, some B-schools have a more academic inclination with research capabilities while some are more pro-corporate or inclined towards influencing the practice.” says Dr. Mathur in his article in The International Indian Yearbook 2017.

Topics: Next-Gen Business School Leaders

Women in Business – A Panel Discussion at the Singapore Campus

“Be Authentic” Joanne Chua Regional Account Director, Robert Walters

Topics: Executive MBA,Singapore