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ILLUMINATION OF ANTI-CORRUPTION

Agency: CVC of India (Central Vigilance Commission), AIR INDIA
Topic: Illumination of Anti-corruption
Date: November 10, 2017
Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Swapnali Kulkarni
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA I & II

November 10, 2017:" Just as one candle lights another and can light thousands of other candles, so one good deed can illuminate thousands of other good deeds".......

The program illuminated the thought of Anti corruption in the minds of all present.

On the occasion of Vigilance week celebrated by CVC of India (Central Vigilance Commission), AIR INDIA and SBPIM jointly conducted the competition on 28th October 2017. The prize distribution of the same was conducted on 10th November 2017. The prize distribution was done by the hands of three eminent personalities who came from CVC and Air India, Mumbai. The event started with a welcome speech by Dr Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM. The guests Mr Kishore Prabhu, Regional Vigilance Head, Mr Suhas Jadhav, Station Manager, Air India, Pune and Mr Anil Mokal, Manager Vigilance Department Mumbai were felicitated and welcomed to the Institute.

Mr Kishore Prabhu started his speech by defining corruption in engineering language. He also said that if one bolt of the bridge is rusted then the chances of bridge falling arise. He assured that the responsibility to eradicate the corruption lies primarily with the youth. He also focused on satisfying and eradicating the greed aspect in an individual.

Mr Suhas Jadhav Station Manager, Air India Pune guided the students and said that instead of blaming the government we should try to minimize it on our level. He also said that every individual can control the people in the sphere of job we work in and this will influence many people around us.

The event progressed with the prize distribution. The prizes were distributed by the hands of the guest. The names of the winners are as under –

For MBA - I
Topic - “My Vision – Corruption free India”
Winners are - 1. Ms Sini Ann Raju Easo
2. Mr Swarup Waghmare
3. Ms Delma Joseph

For MBA - II
Topic - “The Challenge of Corruption In The Country Today”
Winners are – 1. Ms Shweta Vibhute
2. Ms Akshata Chandankar
3. Mr Pratik Algur

The event concluded by the vote of thanks given by Ms Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan. She thanked all the dignitaries and also Dr Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM. She also thanked the students for making this event a success.

Illumination of Anti-corruption SBPIM with CVC of India

Illumination of Anti-corruption SBPIM with CVC of India (Central Vigilance Commission), AIR INDIA

The Guests with the winners of the Essay Competition conducted on the occasion of Vigilance Week

winners of the Essay Competition

PROFESSIONAL APPROACH TOWARDS ORAL COMMUNICATION

Speaker: Ms Moushmi Achari
Topic– Professional Approach towards Oral Communication
Date – 8th September 2017
Time – 10.00 am to 12.00 noon
Class: MBA I & II

A session was conducted by Ms Moushmi Achari on Professional Approach towards Oral Communication which covered awareness of the present level of communication skills of the students and also use and practice their different aspects of Oral Communication.

Communication is the vehicle that allows the human race to recall the past, think in the present, and plan for the future. It enables people to manage relationships with others and to interpret and interact with the environment. Effective communication is a learned skill. Most people are born with the physical abilities to acquire necessary communication tools, but such potential does not guarantee that they will learn to communicate effectively and hence this session was conducted.

Ms Moushmi explained that communication discipline is concerned with improving students’ abilities to communicate in a variety of ways, as well as with expanding knowledge of how people communicate. The ability to speak clearly, eloquently, and effectively has, for centuries, been recognized as the hallmark of an educated person.

Sessions for the Students

Ms Moushmi Achari Conducting Sessions for the Students

Ms. Moushmi also conducted some activities to explain the usage of oral communication. Students appreciated and enjoyed the session thoroughly.

PROFESSIONAL GROOMING

Speaker: Ms. Moushmi Acharya with 16 years’ experience in the corporate world conducted session on Professional Grooming excellence.
Topic: Professional Grooming
Date:17th August 2017
Time:10.00 am to 1.00 pm
Faculty Coordiator : Dr. Swapnali Kulkarni

Sessions for the Students

Ms. Moushmi Acharya with Students

She introduced students with the ethics of personal grooming which included description of the clothes, type of clothes, accessories, footwear, perfume/colonel, hairstyle acceptable by the industry standards. The codes of dressing were described for both girls and boys differently.

She also spoke on the importance of public speaking and the mindset behind it. How and what a person should think while and before speaking to an authority personnel, when to use a simple ‘thank you, please, sorry’ and what it could mean if used inappropriately.

She also threw light on how ones actions and thoughts are reflected on one’s personality. Our thinking process is directly related to our actions itself. She also emphasized on how some simple things can enlighten our day and thought process and help us to be a cheerful personality.

The session also helped students to know their own personality well and how to bring changes in it and the improvement in the confidence level of students will help them in their future life.

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Speaker: by Ms Moushmi Achari
Topic:Personality Development
Date:10th August 2017
Time:10.00 am to 12.00 noon
Class: MBA-I & II
Faculty Coordiator : Dr. Swapnali Kulkarni

A session was conducted by Ms Moushmi Achari, Life Skill Expert and Human Potential Trainer on “Personality Development” on 10th August 2017 from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon in SBPIM Seminar Hall. The speaker was introduced by Dr Swapnali Kulkarni. Ms Moushmi Achari was then welcomed and felicitated by Dr H. D. Thorat, Research Head.

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Dr. Hansraj Thorat Felicitating Ms. Moushmi Achari

The speaker started her session by asking the students for the reason for taking admission in SBPIM. The answers received were various reasons. She finally said that the exact reason is to get a suitable job. The speaker spoke about the requirements of the corporate and how one should get ready to achieve better by working and devoting time for the next two years.

Ms. Moushmi suggested the various ways of grooming for interview and also corporate life. She emphasized the importance of perfect grooming for the key towards success. She also provided the students with some dos and don’ts for the personal interviews.

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MIND RECREATIONAL & MIND TRANSFORMATIONS

Agency: International Mind Education Institute (IMEI) Pune
Topic: Mind Recreational & Mind Transformations
Date: August 3, 2017
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalkrishnan

August 3, 2017: In the afternoon Ice Breaking session was conducted by International Mind Education Institute (IMEI) Pune. IMEI is South Korea based worldwide organization and is one of its Mind transformations Institute. It was activity based mind transformation activity. Mr. Pratik Shirke (Co Director- IMEI, Pune) explains the levels of minds and to develop your mind. Followed by his presentation a mind recreational activity based session was conducted for students in groups. Mr. Minwoo Seo (Director-IMEI, Pune) stressed on importance and necessity of mind education. During his session he explains the IQ (Intelligent Quotient), EQ (Emotional Quotient) and AQ (Adversity Quotient). He said right mind can give right results.

Induction Program Rhythm

Ice breaking session by International Mind Education Institute (IMEI), Pune about Nurturing Minds

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Ice breaking session Ice breaking session

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LIFE SKILLS

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM
Topic: “Life Skills”
Date: January 19, 2017
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan

September 26, 2015: A lecture on “Writing Skills” by Dr. Hansraj Thorat, Head Research SBPIM, Nigdi, Pune was conducted for MBA I and MBA II year students of SBPIM.

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January 19, 2017: MBA is a life changing course where the students will change their outlook and perspective on life. Since in this course the entire life is intervened and changed, there would be lot of critical things that an individual would be encountered in his life. Sir said for this one has to analyze the kind of resources required, the preparedness of facing the situation and the experience from his past life. Sir told to the students Life skills are those skills which help an individual for this personal change and help him or her in the long term of an individual’s life. Life skills are the skills that help people to succeed in different environments that they are exposed to like work place, family, neighborhood and society at large. An adaptive and positive behaviour is expected to be the result of the individuals who are exposed and taught life skills.

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Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM giving Training Students on Life Skills

THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH IN BUSINESS

Speaker: Prof. Antony Thomas, English Language Academy
Topic: The Importance of English in Business
Date: August 22, 2016
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan

August 22, 2016: He said that English speaking is the most important skill in today’s world and every student should master this skill with the help of mentors and by their own efforts. Good English skills are like a one-way ticket to business success. He also mentioned business English is as important as ever before as people will need to work with colleagues, clients and partners from other countries all over the world to form effective and productive working relationships.

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Dr. Hansraj Thorat, Felicitating Prof. Antony Thomas

Effective internal and external communication is essential to the success of any business. Sir has also given tips to the students how to improve and command on language.

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WRITING SKILLS

Speaker: Dr. Hansraj Thorat, Head Research SBPIM
Topic: Writing Skills
Date: September 26, 2015
Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Class: MBA-I & II

September 26, 2015: A lecture on “Writing Skills” by Dr. Hansraj Thorat, Head Research SBPIM, Nigdi, Pune was conducted for MBA I and MBA II year students of SBPIM.

WRITING SKILLS

Dr. Hansraj Thorat, Head Research SBPIM Guiding Students

TEACHING MANAGEMENT THROUGH ACTUAL KARGIL WAR EXPERIENCE

Speaker: Group Captain (Retd) Ashwani Bhakoo, Narendra Chavhan, Director- Sharda Bhavan Shikshan Sanstha
Topic: 1. Degree of motivation and Dedication for the Country 2. Skills Required in Corporate World
Date: September 12, 2015
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Pranita Burbure
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Class: MBA-I & II

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Dr. Daniel Penkar Felicitating Group Captain(Retd) Mr. Ashwani Bakoo

September 12, 2015: P.C.E.T’s, S.B. Patil Institute of Management, Pune had organized a session Positive attitude building- college to corporate by Group Captain (Retd) Ashwani Bhakoo. He is recipient of “Vishesh Seva Medal”. Group Captain Ashwani Bhakoo was the active warrior in the Kargil War. He said our soldiers and commanders fought in Kargil war showed higher degree of motivation and dedication for the country and their devotion is remarkable and we should get inspiration from them. The soldiers were that much dedicated to win the battle, they wrote some heart touching messages to their near and dear ones. Group captain Ashwani Bhakoo read out some of the messages.

Bhakoo Session

Group Captain (Retd) Ashwani Bhakoo said before entering into the corporate world, you should learn and get equipped with the certain qualities like discipline, planning, leadership, dedication, belongingness, devotion etc.

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Dr. Daniel Penkar Felicitating, Narendra Chavhan Director -Sharda Bhavan Sanstha

Another guest Mr. Narendra Chavhan, Director- Sharda Bhavan Shikshan Sanstha, Nanded and Director- Dongarkhed cooperative Sugar factory. He said, it’s better to introspect yourself for problems than blaming others and try to overcome from the problem.

90/10 STEPHEN COVEY

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM
Topic: 90/10 Stephen Covey
Date: September 3, 2015
Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Class: MBA-I

Stephen Covey

Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM Conducting Session for Students

September 3, 2015: Dr. Daniel Penkar’s Director SBPIM conducted a special session special session for MBA-1st year students on- “90/10 Stephen Covey” on 3rd September 2015 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi, Pune. Sir told to the students we have No control over this 10%.

The other 90% is different.You determine the other 90%. By your reactions. Sir gave examples. We cannot stop the car from breaking down. The plane will be late arriving, which throws our whole schedule off. A driver may cut us off in the traffic.

MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar’s ,Director SBPIM
Topic: Management Principles
Date: August 4, 2015
Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Class: MBA-I

Management Principles

Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM with Students

Dr. Daniel Penkar’s , Director SBPIM conducted a special session special session for MBA-1st year students on- “Management Principles” on 4th Aug 2015 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi, Pune. This class typically aims to introduce students to the topics of “planning, organizing, coordinating, staffing, directing, budgeting, controlling, and evaluating functions of management; leadership roles and styles, and the human aspects of management”

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MANAGEMENT BY SHIVAJI MAHARAJ

Speaker: Mr. Laxman Jadhav
Topic: Management by Shivaji Maharaj
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Sneha Alan
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Date: February 5, 2015

February 5, 2015:To learn management from great leaders’, S.B. Patil Institute of Management, Pune had organized a guest lecture on “Management by Shivaji Maharaj “for MBA I & II year students on 5th February. The guest speaker for the session was Mr. Laxman Jadhav. He said Shivaji had excellent administrative skills but this was not studied in the right manner. "We only study him as a historical figure and forget, completely missing the lessons from his life.

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Mr. Laxman Jadhav Guiding on Management by Shivaji Maharaj

He had a large human resource and some expert leaders like Tanaji Malusare, Murarjibaji, Baji Prabhu Deshpande etc. They had unique skills and spying qualities. Shivaji held them together as he built his empire." He saw beyond his time. Marathi kingdom was very small when Shivaji died but he had laid the foundation for it to continue to grow. He didn't stick to traditions and was a practical man. It was indeed good learning from him.

TRAINING PROGRAM ON LISTENING SKILLS

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Training Program on Listening Skills
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Date: January 13, 2015
Class: MBA-I

January 13, 2015: A value adding training program on listening skills by Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM as listening to the problem and to understand the area of problem is the basis of problem solving. Without knowing the cause one cannot treat or cure the problem, listening skills are as much as important as the intellect. Dr. Daniel Penkar gave some most suitable examples in the context and make students understand how and why the listening skills are so important.

STUDYING RICHARD BRANSON’S LEADERSHIP STYLES

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Studying Richard Branson’s Leadership Styles
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalkrishna
Venue: SBPIM Hall-1
Date: October 7, 2014
Class: MBA-I

October 7, 2014: Dr. Daniel Penkar delivered a special guidance lecture on Studying Richard Branson’s leadership styles. Richard Branson is an English businessman and investor. He is best known as the founder of Virgin Group, which comprises more than 400 companies. Dr. Daniel Penkar emphasizes on how Sir Richard Branson grew his brand Virgin through his leadership styles. Sir told to the students Richard Branson has always played an active role in the selection of who joins his business, recognising the importance of having the right people at the helm. He understands that his business leaders are the people charged with inspiring and motivating the workforce, not just merely organising and monitoring productivity.

POWER OF DRESSING

Speaker: Dr. Shailesh Siddhatekkar and Prof. Swapnil Sonkamble
Topic: Power of Dressing
Date: August 30, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Prof. Swapnil Sonkamble
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-I, II

August 30, 2014: Resume writing skills, GD & PI skills and Power clothing skills by Dr. Shailesh Siddhatekkar and Prof. Swapnil Sonkamble. For creating first impression on the employer the 3 important areas need to be perfect before the placements , 1st Resume , 2nd GD & PI skills 3rd Dressing sense of the candidate.

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Resume writing skills, GD & PI skills and Power clothing skills by Dr. Shailesh Siddhatekkar and Prof. Swapnil Sonkamble

The most important document which any employer first asks to any candidate’s resume, so that’s why it is most important to create first impression with good resume. It is better to know do’s and Don’t during GD & PI that increases chances of selection. Power clothing is all about Dress to impress.

TEAM BUILDING THROUGH TOYOTA PRODUCTION SYSTEM

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar- Director SBPIM
Topic: Team building through Toyota Production System
Date: August 26, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

August 26, 2014: Effective use of Team building through Toyota Production System- Conducted by Dr. Daniel Penkar- Director SBPIM. Working in team and achieving the goal of the management is the ultimate job any business organization as well as the individual employee. Linking the organizational goal with individual goal and forming a Team and make use of this team spirit for the betterment of the business house ,can be simply understand by Toyota Production system, Where team building and team spirit has given great importance.

Team building through Toyota Production System

Dr. Daniel Penkar- Director SBPIM guiding students on Team Building through Toyota Production System

SOFT SKILLS’ TRAINING ON EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

Speaker: Dr. H.D. Thorat – Head Research SBPIM
Topic: Soft Skills’ Training on Effective Communication
Date: August 26, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-I & II

August 26, 2014: Soft skills’ training on effective communication is conducted by Dr. H.D. Thorat – Head Research department- SBPIM. Soft kills are the main aspects of the management professional. It enhances the effectiveness of the person. Effective Communication is the most vital parameter or criteria for getting good job, now days it became the prerequisite for the candidates

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Soft Skills’ Training on Effective Communication

LEADERSHIP THEORIES & STYLE

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Leadership Theories & Style
Date: August 14, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

August 14, 2014: Dr. Daniel Penkar’s, Director SBPIM conducted a special session for MBA-1st year students on- “Leadership Theories & Style” on 14 Aug 2014 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi, Pune. Sir gave examples from Mahatma Gandhi and Winston Churchill, to Martin Luther King and Steve Jobs, there can be as many ways to lead people as there are leaders.

Fortunately, businesspeople and psychologists have developed useful frameworks that describe the main ways that people lead. Sir asked students to develop your own approach to leadership, and become a more effective leader as a result.

STEVE JOBS PHILOSOPHY

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Steve Jobs Philosophy
Date: August 12, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

August 12, 2014:Dr. Daniel Penkar’s, Director SBPIM conducted a special session for MBA-1st year students on- “Steve Jobs Philosophy” on 12 Aug 2014 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi Pune. Sir told to the students if you live each day as if it was your last, someday you will most certainly be right. He also said to the students do what you love. People with passion can change the world for the better. He gave example to the students asked about the advice he would offer would-be entrepreneurs, he said, "I'd get a job as a busboy or something until I figured out what I was really passionate about." That's how much it meant to him. Passion is everything.

PUBLIC SPEAKING, PERSONAL GROOMING & ETIQUETTES

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Public Speaking, Personal Grooming & Etiquettes
Date: August 12, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-1

August 12, 2014: Public speaking, personal grooming & etiquettes role model Steve jobs, training program conducted by Dr. Daniel Penkar – Director SBPIM. Dr. Penkar said when you see at Apple brand you remember Steve Jobs – The great mind Apple and he made Apple the most successful brand by his own personality. We should learn about public speaking, personal grooming and etiquettes from Steve Jobs.

Personal Grooming Session

Public Speaking, Personal Grooming & Etiquettes

LEADERSHIP

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Leadership
Date: August 8, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-1

August 8, 2014: Dr. Daniel Penkar’s, Director SBPIM conducted a special session for MBA-1st year students on- “Leadership” on 8 Aug 2014 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi, Pune. To perform leaders role one should know the leadership styles. Various successful persons use various leadership styles in the different circles of life like business, politics, sports etc.

STEPHEN COVEY

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Stephen Covey
Date: August 7, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-1

August 7, 2014: Dr. Daniel Penkar’s Director SBPIM conducted a special session on “Stephen Covey” for MBA-1st year students on- on 7 Aug 2014 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi, Pune. Dr. Daniel Penkar said Stephen Covey in his 7th habits of Highly successful people Covey present an approach to being effective in attaining goals by aligning oneself to what he calls "true north" principles of a character ethic that he presents as universal and timeless.

Stephen Covey

Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM Conducting Session for MBA Students

MOTIVATION

Speaker: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director, SBPIM
Topic: Motivation
Date: August 6, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Mohd. Zahiruddin
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-1

August 6, 2014: Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM conducted a special session for MBA-1st year students on- “Motivation” on 6 Aug 2014 at S. B. Patil Institute of Management, Nigdi, Pune. Sir motivated students to be more thoughtful for that they need more wisdom. Sir told to the students you’re not going to get very far in life based on what you already know. You’re going to advance in life by what you’re going to learn after you leave here.

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Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM conducted a special session on MotivationM

Education doesn’t stop after you graduate from college. It doesn’t stop after you finish your MBA or PhD either. “Wisdom acquisition is a moral duty. It’s not just something you do to advance in life.” It’s your moral duty because it’s only through continuous learning that we can add to the vast knowledge of mankind. If we stopped learning, progress in all industries—computers, finance, engineering, biology, stops as well. He urged to all the students to read business newspaper and books.

MANTRAS OF MANAGEMENT SUCCESS

Speaker: Dr. Sachin Vernekar, Director, IMED, Bharati Vidyapeeth
Topic: Mantras of Management Success
Faculty coordinator: Ms.Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Date: August 5, 2014

August 5, 2014: Dr. Vernekar gave a ‘success mantra’ to the students by saying that in the world of competition every student must stay focused. He elucidated “5-station model” for becoming a successful employee, entrepreneur and a human being. He also stressed upon improving one’s internal beauty through enhancement of etiquettes, skills and qualifications.

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Dr. Sachin Vernekar, Director, IMED, Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune Guiding Students

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COMMUNICATION IS AN ART

Agency: Bumble Bee
Topic: Communication is an Art
Date: March 8, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Priya Gole
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

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Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM felicitating Ms. Padmini Panse and Ms. Ketki Joshi of Bumble Bee

March 8, 2014: A workshop on “Communication is an Art” was organised by S.B.P.I.M under the QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME CLUSTER COLLEGE SCHEME 2013-2014 in association with UNIVERSITY OF PUNE. Ms. This workshop was conducted Ms. Padmini Panse and Ms. Ketki Joshi, Soft Skill Trainers from “Bumble Bee”. Students from various colleges of cluster 6A, PIBM, IICMR, RJSPM ICMR, IPS etc were present.

PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM- BUMBLE BEE

Agency: Ms. Padmini Panse and Ms. Ketki Joshi from Bumble Bee
Topic: Personality Development Training Program
Date : February 15, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Priya Gole
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

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Director Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM Bumble Bee, Faculty And Students Posing For A Group Photo

February 15, 2014: Management is not a field where subjects can be taught in isolation. The connection of various subjects, if made clear, can lead to a greater understanding of management, thereby ensuring better professionals. Keeping this in mind a Personality Development Training Program was conducted for 1st year MBA students at S. B. Patil Institute of Management. Ms. Padmini Panse and Ms. Ketki Joshi from Bumble Bee India engaged the students for one full day which began with the national anthem. It was an informative and interactive session for the student’s with national and international company examples, games and activities. Bumble Bee India believes in learning with fun; and so Communication game, Negotiations kills activity, Group presentations on ‘management’ during festivals, Tug of war, Ring game, and reach the line activity were conducted each having a take home message.

Communication and body language etiquettes were also given to the students. Active participation from the students was seen during presentations and outdoor games. At the end students, Kuttyappan Pillai, Vaibhav Phuskele expressed their overwhelming experience and learning from the training program.

ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN CORPORATES

Speaker: Dr. Sadhana Choukar, Corporate Communication Trainer, SIOM
Topic: Role of Communication in Corporates
Date : July 29, 2013
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Priya Gole, Ms. Kajal Maheshwari
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

July 29, 2013: She interacted with students on importance of corporates communication. The etiquette that impact with communication takes place through nonverbal gestures and vocal tone. Certainly, what you say or put in writing has impacts others; She also emphasized on how you dress and your hygiene convey messages open to interpretation by others.

Corporate Communication Trainer

Regarding specific things to say -- or not -- simple polite manners like saying "please" and "thank you" go a long way. Avoid racist or otherwise discriminatory comments about others. Do not interrupt others.

Apologize for misstatements or wrongdoings. Students enjoyed and learned etiquette from that session.

Corporate Communication Trainer

Dr. Daniel Penkar, Director SBPIM feliciating Dr. Sadhna Choukar, Corporate Communication Trainer, SIOM

ENHANCING MANAGEMENT, INTERPERSONAL & COMMUNICATION SKILLS THROUGH MANAGEMENT GAMES

Speaker: Dr. Prasanna Gadre (Management Trainer)
Topic: Enhancing Management, Interpersonal & Communication Skills through Management Games
Date: July 30, 2013
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Priya Gole/ Ms. Kajal Maheshwari
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

July 30, 2013: Management games were conducted with the objective to introduce the students’ role of Interpersonal Communication Skills for Effective Team Building. Sir told the students work on to develop strong interpersonal skills which will help them to be successful in both their professional and personal lives. In order to improve our relationship skills or interpersonal communication skills, we need to understand clearly about the elements of communication, side effect of poor communication, circumstance of communication, and the emotional intelligence of others and ourselves.

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Students Playing Management Games through Enhancing Management, Interpersonal & Communication Skills

Sir told to students interpersonal skills are not just important in the workplace, but our personal and social lives can also benefit from better interpersonal communication skills.

Students played many management games which enhance the teamwork, coordination, creativity, cooperation and leadership qualities among the players.

MOTIVATION SESSION ON SECRETS OF SUCCESS

Speaker:Dr. Prasanna Gadre, Management Trainer and Medical Practitioner
Topic: Motivation Session on Secrets of Success
Date: July 30, 2013
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Priya Gole
Venue: Seminar Hall-1

July 30, 2013: Session started interacting with the students to understand what success means to them. Sir told you all want to be successful at something. But, when students prodded, they don’t provide specifics because they haven’t really created those specifics in their minds. Sir said that you might want to earn more money, drive a nicer car, get a better job, or travel to some far-off destination, but you haven’t set specific and measurable goals that are written down on paper.

Motivation Session

Success Mantra was given to the students set specific goals, and really defines a framework of success in our lives. When they’re specific, in that they’re written out in detail, and you can both quantify them and know on what date you need to achieve them, they become more real.

Motivation Session

Dr. Prasanna Gadre, Management Trainer and Medical Practitioner guiding students on Motivation Session on Secrets of Success