SIMSREE’s Research and consulting Club (RECON) was delighted to conduct a classroom learning program – Case 3600 to deliver the importance of case studies for a B-school student and how to present them effectively. The interactive and thought provoking session conducted by Abhijeet Raut, a senior committee member of RECON and a winner of various case study competitions held at top B Schools(IIM Indore, SIBM, etc. ), inspired the batch to be a part of various case study competitions and differentiate themselves from others by having an edge in decoding case studies.
The session commenced by throwing light on why B-School students should learn through case studies and how do they tackle them. The motive was to make students realize that it is more about how they think, raise questions, make assumptions, areas to prioritize, solution to recommend, and confidence to present rather than arriving at the accurate solution. The session received a commendable response from the batch hence we are looking forward to conduct many more sessions of this fashion which will include a session on solving guesstimates as well.
In the coming October, our team is all geared up to conduct a flagship event, Convergence’18 – A national level case study competition, where the students will get a chance to compete with the best minds from premier institutes all over India. It will provide a platform to them to showcase their skills in front of eminent industrialists. So let us all be a part of it and make it a huge success.
Marketing is the link between a society’s material requirements and its economic patterns of response. It is the process of communicating the value of a product or service to consumers, for the purpose of selling that product or service.
The primary objective of marketing is to provide information about the product and services to the ultimate consumers. The progress of any society, and consequently the country, depends on the standard of living of the people living in that country or society. Marketing has the responsibility of creating, raising and maintaining that standard of living of the society. All of us have the ability to transform the world around us into a better place. All of us get new creative ideas every day. That is not the difficult part. But how do we give life to those ideas? How do we promote our ideas to thousands of people? That is when the difficult part comes in. And that is also when the Art of Marketing comes in!
Today, our country faces a lot of problems of social and economic unrest. Lack of employment is one of the major issues faced by the youth. In such a scenario, it is high time that we create employment opportunities for ourselves. It is in such a time that movements like Make In India become pivotal in shifting our mindset from service based to entrepreneurship. While focusing on entrepreneurship ideas, it is important for us to learn and be adept at the art of marketing our products, services and ideas. A marketer needs to understand the psychology and the needs of the people so as to address them successfully.
Marketing is not only confined to products today. It has become the part and parcel of every individual in all aspects of our life. We are pushing our limits in terms of social, political and economic growth. To bring any problem into the view of the people, we require proper marketing to understand the possible demographic and attack the problems accordingly. It is only because of marketing and media that our society is progressing towards modernized thinking.
Thus, the importance of marketing is that it has made yesterday’s luxury into today’s necessity. Thus, we need to leave the regressive thinking behind us and proceed with open arms into a future of possibilities and hope!
(This article has been written by Shweta Parihar, a first year management student at SIMSREE)
Hats off to course coordinators- Shrija, Harshal & Ninad for so efficiently co ordinating 16 presentations of excellent quality on the subject of Security Analysis and Portfolio Management taught by our HOD Finance Dr. Sangeeta Pandit Mam . They worked with diligence & maturity to ensure good attendance, class participation and learning. Many thanks to Finance Forum students for constantly tutoring students through their magazines, events, messages and bringing clarity to financial concepts and applications. Attached are the ppts, only snippets are attached, for sake of brevity detailed calculations and examples done in the ppts are not included. Summary of 16_student presentations
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