Archive for December, 2013
School of Management Sciences , Varanasi is going to organize a National Conference on
“Management & Technology For Skill Development: Innovative Approaches” on 22nd -23rd Feb’2014
Looking to the dearth of Skilled & Employable professionals in the country this National Conference is having its own significance in addressing such a crucial issue.
You all are invited to participate in this remarkable event and contribute in it through presentation of Research Papers / Case Studies .
Abstract Submission:25th January, 2014
Communication of Acceptance: 30th January, 2014
Full Length Paper Submission: 10th February, 2014
For Further Details contact :
Dr Raj Kumar Singh
Associate Professor & Convener
National Conference On
“Management & Technology For Skill Development :
School of Management Sciences
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School of Management Sciences (SMS), keeping up with its tradition of conducting programme towards fulfilling its social responsibility, organised a one day program on National Energy Conservation Day December 14, 2013. Activity took place under banner of Rainbow – The Social welfare club of SMS Varanasi.
On this occasion Prof. P.N. Jha, Director, SMS Varanasi, Mr. K.K. Bajpai, Reader, SMS Varanasi, Dr. R.K . Singh, Associate Professor, SMS Varanasi and Mr. K. S. Mishra sensitized the faculty and staff members towards the need and importance of Energy conservation they also shared and suggested different ways to conserve energy.
Prof. Jha discussed the importance and interdependence of various substances in nature. He emphasized on maintaining their proper mix by utilizing the certain specified resources in the rightful manner. Mr. Bajpai & Dr. R.K. Singh talked about practical ways for energy conservation. Mr. Mishra gave vote of thanks to various stakeholders of activity.
Programme was coordinated by Mr. Rishi Raman Singh, Senior Lecturer, SMS Varanasi.
Continuing with its tradition of producing Top rankers in the University Merit list , SMS Varanasi has once again set a new benchmark by securing highest number of positions in the merit list of Top 10 BBA & BCA students declared by Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi for the session 2012-13.
While half of the Top Ten positions in BBA and BCA Merit list have been grabbed by SMS Varanasi students , the First & Second Rank holders in BCA Programme belong to SMS Varanasi.
Heartiest Congratulations to Rank Holders….. keep up the good work.
Making a hattrick, School of Management Sciences (SMS) Varanasi has retained the prestigious ‘A++’ rating in the B-School Survey 2013 conducted by the reputed business magazine ‘Business India’. The results have been published in the issue dated November 11-24, 2013. The notable thing in this Survey is that leaving behind many UP B-Schools, SMS Varanasi happens to be in the Top-3 B-Schools in the state (excluding NCR).
SMS Varanasi also finds a place in Top-20 institutes amongst 22 states spreadover Eastern, Northern, North-Eastern and Central India covered in the Survey. Only IIM-Lucknow, and FMS-BHU fall above SMS Varanasi in the state of Uttar Pradesh (barring NCR). Alternately speaking, SMS Varanasi has thus arrived at the first slot in the private sector in UP which signifies its strides on various national and international fronts.
Ratings this year have been presented on the basis of factors like Perception rankings, Recruiter rankings, Student rankings and Panel rankings. Overall there are 65 institutes in the A++ category throughout India. SMS happens to be one of them. The perception of SMS Varanasi has grown multifold in the recent past owing to its innovative strides which have pushed it into the top echelons of the B-School fraternity in the country.
School of Management Sciences felicitated the two luminaries – Lieutenant General M.M. Lakhera (Former Governor, Mizoram) and Prof. A. N. Rai (Director NAAC, Bangalore) on their maiden visit to its Khushipur campus. Lieutenant General M. M. Lakhera in his talk urged the students to develop the ability to hard work and have clear aims in life. He further enlightened the students on the quality of positive thinking, time management, character of conviction and communication skills and their relevance in professional and personal life.
Prof. A. N. Rai told students to work towards seeking knowledge which requires exploring the various learning resources. He talked on focus, commitment and controlling the senses inwards which requires consistent upgradation of knowledge and withdrawing from the world through focused approach. He further emphasized on consistent refreshing, training, retraining and developing modules for bridging the skill gap persisting between the educational institutions and corporate.
Earlier, Director SMS, Prof. P. N. Jha in his welcome address said that SMS is fortunate enough to have the blessings and guidance of such luminaries in public life from time to time who consistently inspire us to set high standards in our academic endeavours and showcase strong commitment for shaping the better future of our students. He elaborated the efforts undertaken by the institution since inception to inculcate and integrate ethics, values and spirituality with the contemporary management practices which has been appreciated and acclaimed both at the national and international level. Both the distinguished guests, Prof. A. N. Rai and Lieutenant General M. M. Lakhera were felicitated by the Executive Secretary, Dr. M. P. Singh and Director, Prof. P. N. Jha by presenting a shawl and memento to honour their gracious presence amongst us.
At the end the vote of thanks was proposed by Prof. A. K. Mishra (member, Governing Council, SMS). The session was coordinated by Dr. Meenakshi Singh, (Reader and Coordinator, PGDM).
Nelson Mandela was one of those few heroes who have brought a revolutionary transformation and changed the course of history. Stepping in the footprints of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi he carried the struggle against racial discrimination in South Africa to its successful result and compelled the government there to handover power to the representatives of the native people who constituted the majority.
He spent several decades in jail but did not succumb to the tyranny of the white rulers. He was the father of nation for South Africans similarly as Mahatma Gandhi was to Indians. He lived an exemplary life of devotion to the great moral principles of truth and non-violence and carved a unique place for himself in the history of world. His life will continue to inspire the mankind to fight against the violation of human rights in any form.
We must acknowledge the great legacy of Nelson Mandela by researching and learning from his life and accomplishments.