Events @ IIMB
WEBINAR ON EVERYTHING MATTERS: HOW COMPLEXITY THEORY CHANGES OUR VIEW OF HISTORY & ECONOMICS: SANJEEV SANYAL
The Centre for Teaching and Learning at IIMB hosted a webinar on EVERYTHING MATTERS: HOW COMPLEXITY THEORY CHANGES OUR VIEW OF HISTORY AND ECONOMICS, on October 25th, as part of its Samiksha series of webinars. Shri Sanjeev Sanyal, Principal Economic Advisor to the Govt. of India, was the Keynote Speaker.
Shri Sanyal talked about the complexity theory and how it affects almost every occurrence that takes place around the world. He drew attention towards the random agents and factors that continuously interact with each other in an unpredictable manner and create a world that is inherently non-deterministic.
IIM BANGALORE’S CENTRE FOR PUBLIC POLICY HOSTED BOOK DISCUSSION WITH AUTHOR DAMAN SINGH ON NOVEMBER 25
“Mental illnesses are as widespread and debilitating as other diseases, although they may not be visible like other illnesses, or people might not come forward for treatment,” observed Daman Singh, author of ‘Asylum: The Battle for Mental Healthcare in India’, during a book discussion hosted by the Centre for Public Policy (CPP) at Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, on November 25 (Thursday), 2021, at 07.00 pm.
The talk was moderated by Dr. Allen P Ugargol, Associate Professor of Practice, Public Policy, IIM Bangalore. Through an insightful question and answer session between the two, a clear picture was drawn about the evolution of mental healthcare in India, the journey through colonial times under British rule, changes post-independence up into modern times, the challenges, the bright spots and the way forward for mental health in India.
IIMB’S MIJSC HOSTED WEBINAR ON ‘INDIA–JAPAN BUSINESS: A PRACTITIONER’S PERSPECTIVE’ ON NOVEMBER 26
The Mizuho India Japan Study Centre (MIJSC) at IIM Bangalore hosted Venkataraman Sriram, CEO, Cocreate Inc., Former Country Head of Infosys Japan, and the Vice President of the Indian Commerce and Industry Association Japan (ICIJ), at the centre’s flagship lecture series ‘Tatsujin-Speak’, that is, ‘Expert-Speak’, on November 26 (Friday), 2021. The webinar was titled, ‘India – Japan Business: A Practitioner’s Perspective’ and was held online.
THE CENTRE FOR SOFTWARE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT (CSITM) AT IIM BANGALORE HOSTED THE SECOND WEBINAR UNDER THE SERIES “TOP IS PUBLICATIONS FROM INDIA” ON 18 NOVEMBER 2021.
The webinar series “Top IS Publications from India” initiated by CSITM, IIM Bangalore aims to honour and publicize some of the top research papers on Information Systems successfully published in reputed management journals (FT50 / ABDC A*) by research scholars from Indian B-schools. The first in the series was held on 29 September. The second in the series was held on 18 November 2021. Prof. Samadrita Bhattacharyya, Faculty, IIM Udaipur presented her co-authored research paper titled: ‘Temporal Effects of Repeated Recognition and Lack of Recognition on Online Community Contributions’ that was published in the Journal of Management Information Systems.
IIMB’S CENTRE FOR CORPORATE GOVERNANCE & CITIZENSHIP AND ALL INDIA MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION HOST PANEL DISCUSSION ON ‘SUCCESSION PLANNING IN BOARDS: BETTER ENSURE THAN ENDURE’ ON NOV 24
The Centre for Corporate Governance and Citizenship (CCGC) at IIM Bangalore, in association with the All India Management Association (AIMA), organized an online panel discussion on ‘Succession Planning in Boards: Better Ensure than Endure’, on November 24 (Wednesday), 2021, at 06.00 pm.
The panel featured a number of eminent speakers including: Harsh Pati Singhania, Vice Chairman & Managing Director, J K Paper Limited & Immediate Past President, AIMA; Dr. S Raghunath of the Strategy area of IIM Bangalore and Chairman, South Asia Board of the Academy of International Business; Shiv Shivakumar, Group Executive President, Corporate Strategy & Business Development, Aditya Birla Management Corporation, and Arun Duggal, Former CEO of the Bank of America in India.
FORUM FOR COMMUNICATION & LEADERSHIP CLUB AT IIMB HOSTED ONLINE TALK ON ‘INSIDE-OUT LEADERSHIP’ ON NOV 21: RAJIV VIJ
IIM Bangalore’s Forum for Communication and Leadership Club (FOCAL) hosted an online talk titled, ‘Inside-Out Leadership: 5 insights I wish I had known before starting my career’ by Rajiv Vij, author and former MD of Franklin Templeton Investments, on November 21 (Sunday), 2021. The session was moderated by Dr. Jitamitra Desai, faculty and Chairperson, Decision Sciences area as well as Chairperson, Supply Chain Management Centre, IIMB. FOCAL is the communication and leadership club of the PGP students of IIMB.
“TECHNOLOGY HAS HELPED THE REPOSITORIES TAKE THE MARKETS TO THE INVESTORS, CREATING A REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE IN TRADING PATTERNS AND INDUCING COST-CUTTING”: NSE CHIEF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
The World Investor Week being hosted by IIMB’s Centre for Capital Markets & Risk Management and National Stock Exchange of India flags off with enlightening discussions on the impact of technology and innovations on trading platforms, and the current macro-economic condition of India
The Platform for Investors’ Education (PIE), a flagship project of the Centre for Capital Markets and Risk Management (CCMRM) at IIM Bangalore, funded by the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), is celebrating the World Investor Week 2021, from November 23 to 28, 2021. This year’s event is themed on ‘Investor Awareness: A Key to Financial Well-being’.
The weeklong event will include a series of webinars and round table discussions featuring eminent speakers. On Day One – November 23 – Prof. M Jayadev, Chairperson, Centre for Capital Markets & Risk Management and faculty in the Finance & Accounting area of IIMB, while welcoming the speakers and the audience, gave an introduction to the event. Prof. Rishikesha T Krishnan, Director, IIMB, inaugurated the session.
WEBINAR ON NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY (NEP) AND ITS IMPACT ON THE EDUCATION LANDSCAPE IN INDIA: M.K. SRIDHAR
The Centre for Teaching and Learning at IIMB hosted PART-A webinar of the NEP series, on National Education Policy (NEP) and its Impact on the Education Landscape in India, on November 8th, as part of its Samiksha series of webinars.
Prof. M.K. Sridhar, President of the Centre for Educational and Social Studies (CESS), was the keynote speaker. In his talk, Prof. Sridhar presented the guiding philosophies of NEP 2020 which provides clarity on the spirit and intent of the policy, some of which are as follows:
- Integrated and holistic approach towards education
- Focus on learning outcomes
- Respect for diversity
- Addressing local needs
- Primacy to Indian languages
- India-centred education system
The talk/discussion was moderated by Dr. Abhoy K. Ojha, Professor of Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management, IIM Bangalore.