Industrial Visit at HDFC Bank, Gandhinagar
Mr Jignesh Bhatt, AGM Mint – The Wall Street Journal visited Global Institute of Management for Summer Internship Presentation.
Research Papers and Articles published by Faculty Members of
Global Institute of Management
1. Published research paper on – “Women Living in Rural India and Workingin Unorganized Sector –“Issues, Implications and Measures Taken byGovernment & Corporate Sectors for their Development” in “New Vistas:Challenges and Prospects- Women in Informal Sector” by Mrs. SarikaSrivastava & Ms. Anupama Ambujakshan (Assistant Professors, GlobalInstitute of Management, Gandhinagar) in the ‘UGC sponsored NationalSeminar on Women in Unorganized Sector’ organized by Scott ChristianCollege, Nagercoil (Tamil Nadu) on 5th and 6th August 2011.
2. A Research Paper on “Ethical Challenges of Financial Services Industry” byMrs. Sarika Srivastava & Ms. Anupama Ambujakshan (Assistant Professors,Global Institute of Management, Gandhinagar) has been accepted in the GTUsponsored Finance Conference on “Contemporary issues in Finance” held on26th & 27th August, 2011.
3. Published an article on “Irrational Behaviour of Investors: Evidences fromInternational Literature Review” by Dr. Harsh Purohit (Associate Professor,Banasthali University) and Sarika Srivastava (Assistant Professor, GlobalInstitute of Management and Research Scholar at Banasthali University, Raj.)in Indianmba.com. Article can be visited athttp://www.indianmba.com/Faculty_Column/FC1372/fc1372.html
Visit to Vimal (Reliance Industries)
To understand the practical aspects of corporate culture, it is very important for students to have hands on experience. Industrial visit is a regular feature of our institute. GIM students visited Vimal Textile Industry Located at Naroda on Dated 19th February 2011. They came to know about different manufacturing processes undertaken by the Textile industry.
Visit to Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Mumbai
Our main purpose behind formation of “CULTURAL CLUB” is that involvement in extracurricular activities plays an integral role in the academic experience. Students become involved in extracurricular activities not only for entertainment, social, and enjoyment purposes, but most important, to gain and improve skills.
It also allows students to link academic knowledge with practical experience, thereby leading to a better understanding of their own abilities, talents, and career goals. Taking part in these out-of-the-classroom activities helps students to understand the importance of critical thinking skills, time management, and academic and intellectual competence.
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