Events Detail

    • Theme :Data Visualization
    • Date : 28/07/2016 & 29/7/2016
    • Conducted by: IT CELL
    • Name of Guest : Mr Tushar Sharma(Founder, Voksedigital Consultancy Services)

With growing trends in data analytics and big data coming into picture, the IT Cell along with Voksedigital Consultancy Services conducted a data visualisation workshop where in students were given a practical hands on training on Tableau desktop. Emphasis was laid on how to analyse data from a given data set and convert the given data into meaningful form for further analysis and then arriving at the results. Mr Tushar Sharma, alumnus of SIMS, (Batch 2002-2004), conducted this workshop where he also shared his experiences and the growing importance of data analytics which would help the student managers in the corporate world.


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    • Theme :Basics of Equity share and debentures
    • Date : 15/07/2016
    • Conducted by: IT CELL
    • Name of Guest : Dr. V Aditya Srinivas (COO, BSE Broker’s Forum India)

Money is a universal lubricant which keeps the enterprise dynamic- develops product, keeps men and machines at work, encourages management to make progress and creates values. Thus, proper management of finances is fundamental in ensuring the smooth running as well as success of any business enterprise. Keeping in mind the same objective, Dr. V. Aditya Srinivas, was invited to give an insight into the basics of the capital market and the financial system of India. The session unfolded by defining the Stock Exchange and its associated markets i.e the equity market, the debt market, the money market, the capital market and currency market. With the need of 1.5 crores of jobs to be created every year, he pinpointed the biggest challenge faced by our country – Jobless GDP and also suggested measures to curb it. The session ended with discussing the reforms and their impact introduced in FDI sector which could prove to be instrumental in the growth of the economy.


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    • Theme : Role of ICT in the Indian Judiciary System
    • Date : 18/08/2015
    • Conducted by: IT CELL
    • Name of Guest : Adv Damodar Vaidya

With the launch of Digital India week by our honourable prime minister Shri. Narendra Modi, the IT cell of Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies, Pune under Prof. Arti Chandani came up with the idea of organizing an event on the above subject. “The role of ICT in judiciary system” was chosen as the topic. The core idea behind it was that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Indian Judiciary and in Indian Courts needs rejuvenation. A competition on “Role of ICT in the Judiciary System” was made open to students on 13th August, in which they had to submit a PowerPoint Presentation. After receiving numerous entries from student managers, top four were selected. On 18th August, a guest lecture on the same topic by Adv. Damodar Vaidya was organized for the student managers. At the same time the top four entries of the competition were asked to present their views in front of the eminent panelists Dr Atmaram Shelke, Dr Shashikant Hajare, Professors at Symbiosis Law School, Pune and Mr Sachin Sachdeva. The enthusiasm and interest shown by the student managers was commendable which made quite a difficult task for the panel to decide on the winners. After listening to all the participants and the question answers round, the first prize was awarded to Abhishek John and runner up to Sooraj Bhardwaj.

To sum it up, the event was a success and it was able to enlighten the student managers about the Digital India Campaign.


Events Detail

    • Date : 21st JAN 2015
    • Conducted by: IT CELL
A very enriching session with Dr Aditya where he gave his valuable inputs on a variety of areas related to the field of finance. He spoke about the current scenario of India and the rest of the world financially as well as economically. He also addressed questions raised by the student managers from varied sectors of finance. It was a very exciting talk that was appreciated by the student managers and faculty alike.