PIMPRI CHINCHWAD EDUCATION TRUST'S
S. B. PATIL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, PUNE
TWO YEARS FULL TIME MBA PROGRAM, AFFILIATED TO SAVITRIBAI PHULE PUNE UNIVERSITY.
  • Approved By All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) New Delhi, Govt. Of Maharashtra, DTE, Mumbai
  • Permanently Affiliated To Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), Pune
  • MBA 2 Year Full Time Program NBA Accredited and NAAC Accredited
  • DTE CODE: 6192

YOGA & WELLNESS CLUB

STUDENTS

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Reset, Refresh and Re-Heart Entering an Era of Hope and Transformation

Date: - 31st December 2020 to 2nd January 2021

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2020 tested us beyond measure. Will 2021 be any different? Yogrishi Baba Ramdev and Daaji tell us how simple yoga and Heartfulness meditation techniques can help us harness our energy and conquer our fears.

Reset, Refresh and Re-Heart Entering an Era of Hope and Transformation

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Yoga & Meditation for A Healthier World

Date: - 16th February 2021

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Yoga & Meditation For A Healthier World | Shri Narendra Modiji | Daaji | Heartfulness

Marking the 75th year of the Heartfulness movement, we heart-fully welcome Honourable Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi to celebrate our Platinum Jubilee. In this live session, Shri Narendra Modi shares his thoughts with Heartfulness Guide, Daaji on the need to strike a balance between mental well-being and physical well-being.

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Rethinking Education: A Journey through Inner Transformation

Date: - 18th February 2021

Venue: - On YouTube Live Link https://www.youtube.com/MediaAICTE

Event Coordinator: - Dr. Amarish Padma

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Rethinking Education: Journey through inner transformation a dialogue with Gurdev Sri Sri Shankar address to all faculty members Students and with AICTE chairman Hon Dr. Anil Sahastrabudhe, Prof M P Poonia vice chairman AICTE and Prof. Rajiv Kumar Member Secretary AICTE were presented. This was World Largest faculty development Programme.

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International Yoga Day 2021

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Day 1 – Expert Session on Yoga

In this live session, Mrs. Rupali Tarawade, International Yoga Player, Yoga Teacher shares her thoughts on Yoga. In today’s world, we are facing multiple challenges and difficulties in our everyday lives, Regular practice of yoga coupled with meditation can help in effectively managing the stress and anxiety, to emerge even stronger. She has started with warm up, taught different Asanas and Pranayama.

International Yoga Day 2021

Dr. Amarish Padma spoke about the benefit of Surayanamaskar and Steps to do Suryanamaskar with breathing.


Day 2 – Yoga Posture Competition will be held on 22nd June 2021

Sr. No.

Name of Competition

Number of Participants

1

Logo and Punch line Competition

10

2

Essay Competition

7

3

Yoga Posture Competition

9


Sr. No.

Name of Competition

Result

1

Logo and Punch line Competition

Aachal Tumble

Winner

Tejaswini Dalvi

Runner-Up

2

Essay Competition

Dnyaneshwar Khairnar

Winner

Kshitij Kulkarni

Runner-Up

3

Yoga Posture Competition

Yashodeep Patil

Winner

Rutuja Adsul

Runner-Up


International Yoga Day 2021

International Yoga Day 2021

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OM CHANTING AND MEDITATION

The regular sessions are conducted on OM chanting during the class hours. These chanting bring harmony in the body and mind. Students chant mantras loudly and together in a group and recite in a normal or medium tone of the voice. These vibrations and rhythmic pronunciation also have a physical effect on the body by slowing down the nervous system and calming the mind similar to meditation. When the mind is relaxed, blood pressure decreases and ultimately the health of the heart improves. So the SBPIM club decides to practice these chanting as a part of their life.

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DHYANOTSAV

Dhyanotsav was organized at Pimpri-Chinchwad area of Pune during 9th January to 11th January 2020. The area of Chinchwad in Pune is populated mostly by Marathi speaking people with religious bent of mind. The people of this area have responded very well to Dhyanotsav and felt indebted for this kind of opportunity rendered to them. This Dhyanotsav was attended by approximately 1000 people for this programme.

DHYANOTSAV

Every day the beginning of the programme was started with sweet Flute Recital. This was followed by programme every day by the students of Brighter Minds guided by Sister Surabhi Sahai.

After these initial beginnings introduction to heartfulness meditation was given first day followed by relaxation technique and meditation. Similarly second and third day the sessions of heartfulness meditation on ‘Rejuvenation’ and ‘Connecting with own self’ were taken. Local prefects Vishwas Pitre, Prakash Adwani and Brother Tushar Pradhan from Mumbai were involved in conduct of these sessions.

All volunteers of Heartfulness from Pune offered their services for this programme conducted in public interest. Brother Harshal Jawale suggested audience present and heartfulness trainers to facilitate continuation of heartfulness meditation in this area of Pimpri-Chinchwad. Accordingly new location for Sunday group meditation has been identified.

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DHYANOTSAV

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OM CHANTING AND MEDITATION

The regular sessions are conducted on OM chanting and meditation sessions were conducted during the class hours. “Om” is considered to be the sound of the Universal Consciousness. Chanting Om aligns the small mind (you) to the bigger mind (the Universal Consciousness), creating more harmony in our life. Some tips were given to practice yoga and chanting. Like deciding on a comfortable place to sit for chanting, Sit in sukhasaan, Keep the spine erect and shoulders relaxed, Keep your eyes closed till you complete the chants. While chanting keep your focus on the breath.

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OM CHANTING AND MEDITATION

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WELLNESS CLUB

Yoga is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘connection’ or ‘union’. It can be used for connection with other people, or with the divine. Yoga refers to the spiritual discipline that includes meditation, exercises, physical postures, breathing techniques. It is done to improve physical health, mental health, relaxation, and overall well-being of the individual. The country INDIA is the motherland of YOGA.

The objective of this club is to make a stress-free and happy campus community using ancient powerful practices of yoga and meditation. This club officially launched on 3rd International Day of Yoga (21st June 2017). Since then the club is actively conducting sessions on yoga and meditation.

The main objective of conducting regular sessions is to instill the basic traditional yoga practices among the students as well for faculty members. In these sessions, the core team faculty member along with students takes initiatives and organizes the training to the learners of yoga. Programs can be attended by anyone who is in the campus. There is no official formality to become the member or join any of the session. The details of the sessions and programs are informed timely.

OM CHANTING DIVINE: VERY POWERFUL MEDITATION

Session: Wellness Club
Topic: “OM Chanting”
Venue: Class Rooms
Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kajal Maheshwari & Mr. Rishikesh Kumar

The regular sessions are conducted on OM chanting during the class hours. These chanting bring harmony in the body and mind. Students chant mantras loudly and together in a group and recite in a normal or medium tone of the voice. These vibrations and rhythmic pronunciation also have a physical effect on the body by slowing down the nervous system and calming the mind similar to meditation. When the mind is relaxed, blood pressure decreases and ultimately the health of heart improve. So SBPIM club decides to practice these chanting as a part of their life.

MEDITATION MEDITATION

MEDITATION MEDITATION

MEDITATION

SUN SALUTATION -“SURYA NAMASKAR”

Session: Wellness Club
Topic: Sun Salutation “Surya Namaskar”
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Date: March 24, 2018
Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kajal Maheshwari & Mr. Rishikesh Kumar

March 24, 2018: Session on Sun Salutation “Surya Namaskar” was conducted by Dr. Daniel Penkar Director SBPIM, Sir is of opinion “The greatest wealth is health” who always imbibe in students and faculty member to practice healthy habits and force on doing exercise. Sir conducted session on Surya Namaskar which helps to bring body, breath and mind together. The asanas helps on impact on the stomach, liver, heart, intestines, chest, throat, and legs, which means the whole body from head to toe is benefited. After the session students got refreshed their mind, felt more energetic throughout the course of the day.

Surya Namaskar

SPECIAL SESSION ON MEDITATION & WORKSHOP

Session: Wellness Club
Topic: Special Session on Meditation & Workshop
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Date: October 13, 2017
Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kajal Maheshwari & Mr. Rishikesh Kumar

October 13, 2017: The session focused on asanas and pranayams which can be easily incorporated within their busy schedules and practiced environment. Students have done meditation, asanas like anulom vilom, dyaan mudra and other technique which is helpful in uniting the body with spiritual powers to help reap the maximum benefits. All the participants, Volunteers assembled in the hall so as to ensure that the practice session is conducted in the most conducive manner. After the Yoga session appropriate refreshments were served to all the participants.

MEDITATION MEDITATION

MEDITATION MEDITATION

LOGO AND PUNCHLINE MAKING COMPETITION ON THEME “YOGA”

Session: Wellness Club
Activity: Logo and Punchline making Competition on Theme “YOGA” (The idea is to spread awareness among the students for YOGA and showcase their creativity) organized by Wellness club.
Venue: Seminar Hall-1
Date: October 6, 2017
Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kajal Maheshwari & Mr. Rishikesh Kumar

October 6, 2017: SBPIM Wellness club has organized competition on Logo and Punch line making on the theme “YOGA” where objective was to inspire students’ towards YOGA and express their feelings. Students of MBA-I and MBA-II enthusiastically participated and made several motivating logos and frame the punch line for it.

Students Designing Logos Award Ceremony for Winners

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SBPIM YOGA & WELLNESS CLUB

Yoga is a Sanskrit word, which means ‘connection’ or ‘union’. It can be used for connection with other people, or with the divine. Yoga refers to the spiritual discipline that includes meditation, exercises, physical postures, breathing techniques. It is done to improve physical health, mental health, relaxation, and overall well-being of the individual. The country INDIA is the motherland of YOGA.

The objective of this club is to make a stress-free and happy campus community using ancient powerful practices of yoga and meditation. This club officially launched on the 3rd International Day of Yoga (21st June 2017). Since then the club has been actively conducting sessions on yoga and meditation.

The main objective of conducting regular sessions is to instill the basic traditional yoga practices among the students as well for faculty members. In these sessions, the core team faculty member along with students takes initiatives and organizes the training to the learners of yoga. Programs can be attended by anyone who is on the campus. There is no official formality to become a member or join any of the sessions. The details of the sessions and programs are informed timely.

OM CHANTING DIVINE: VERY POWERFUL MEDITATION

Session: Wellness Club
Topic: “OM Chanting”
Venue: Class Rooms
Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kajal Maheshwari

The regular sessions are conducted on OM chanting during the class hours. These chanting bring harmony in the body and mind. Students chant mantras loudly and together in a group and recite in a normal or medium tone of the voice. These vibrations and rhythmic pronunciation also have a physical effect on the body by slowing down the nervous system and calming the mind similar to meditation. When the mind is relaxed, blood pressure decreases and ultimately the health of heart improve. So SBPIM club decides to practice these chanting as a part of their life.

MEDITATION MEDITATION

MEDITATION MEDITATION

MEDITATION

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REPORT ON YOGA FOR CONCENTRATION

Speaker: Mr. N. K. Lokhande
Topic: Yoga for Concentration
Date: September 12, 2015
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: SBPIM Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-I & II

September 12, 2015: P.C.E.T’s, S.B. Patil Institute of Management, Pune had organized a session on “YOGA FOR CONCENTRATION” session” the session was conducted by Mr. N. K. Lokhande. In his session he spoke about the health benefits of doing Yoga. Yoga works as internal make up. Performing yoga for 20 minutes can improve the brain function and also increase our concentration. It helps in calming the mind and getting rid of distraction thoughts.

He gave demonstrate some simple pranayamas that can help to achieve better focus:

Bhramari pranayama (Bee breath) helps you to ward off unnecessary thoughts and drives you to the present moment.

Brahma Mudra Mudras are basically hand gestures that help you to make changes to the flow of life force in the body.

Chin Mudra or Gyaan Mudra ‘Chin’ translates to consciousness and when you apply Chin mudra, you experience tranquility. Nerve endings are known to have significance in the flow of prana.

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Mr. N. K. Lokhande Guiding Students on Yoga for Concentration

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IMPROVING CONCENTRATION THROUGH GUIDED MEDITATION

Speaker: Dr. Shirish Limaye
Topic: Improving Concentration through Guided Meditation
Date: February 23, 2015
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: SBPIM Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-I & II

Dr. Shirish Limaye Guiding Students on Improving Concentration

Dr. Shirish Limaye Guiding Students on Improving Concentration

Date: February 23, 2015:To improve the concentration of students, S.B. Patil Institute of Management, Pune had organized a guest lecture on “Improving Concentration through Guided Meditation “ for MBA I & II year students on 23rd February 2015. The guest speaker for the session was Dr. Shirish Limaye. He told to the students frequent meditators can be able to alter their brain function. They are also better placed to calm their wandering minds compared to those who don’t meditate. He has shared various meditation techniques for concentration that students can practice to sharpen their focus. However, the best meditation for concentration is mindfulness. Today, we lead extremely busy lifestyles that prompt us to work on several tasks simultaneously. Mindfulness meditation simply involves focusing on one job at a time.

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HOW TO REACH THE PINNACLE OF SUCCESS

Speaker: Mr Pramod Jain, Head Finance Training, Arcelor Mittal, Business & Life Coach
Topic: How to reach the Pinnacle of Success
Date: September 2, 2014
Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aishwarya Gopalakrishnan
Venue: SBPIM Seminar Hall-1
Class: MBA-I & II

September 2, 2014: To chase the path of success, P.C.E.T’s, S.B.Patil Institute of Management had organised a Motivational Session for the MBA students on the topic “How to reach the Pinnacle of Success” on 2nd Sept, 2014. The guest speaker for the session was Mr Pramod Jain – Head Finance Training, Arcelor Mittal.

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Pinnacle of Success

After his interactive session workshop on Yoga was conducted in the evening by Mr Pramod Jain – Head Finance Training, Arcelor Mittal who is practitioner of Yoga. He believed that success can be achieved if students improve the mental and physical health as well. He wanted to make them aware about how important it is to maintain mental health in today’s highly competitive era. Workshop also focuses on how they can practice daily Yoga, Meditation and other alternative therapies to improve mental power and productivity along with the professional knowledge they are gaining here.

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Mr. Pramod Jain, Head Finance Training, Arcelor Mittal, Business & Life Coach Guiding Students

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