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Welcome to our Events page. Listed below are all the academic and non-academic events of the past academic year as well as some key, older events. You will be able to read the full report for all events by clicking on the relevant event.
ACADEMIC EVENTS 2017/18

Workshops & Conferences

BIOSCIENCES
Hands-on Experience in Advanced Research Techniques (HEART) 2017
3-8 July 2017
MANAGEMENT & COMMERCE
GST: The Nuts & Bolts of a Good and Simple Tax
21 July 2017
ACADEMIC EVENTS 2016/17

Workshops & Conferences

MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE
Seminar Series on Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
4 February 2017
National Winter School in Mathematics
26-30 December 2016
Teaching Workshop
20-21 September 2016
PHYSICS
Non-Linear Optics - Light Matters 2016
26-27 Aug 2016
CHEMISTRY
Current Research Perspective and Advanced Concepts in Chemistry - ICCON 2017
10-12 March 2017
Frontiers in Pure and Applied Chemistry
18 February 2017
BIOSCIENCES
Frontiers in Advanced Biological Research, Immunology and Clinical Sciences
4 March 2017
Molecular Techniques and their applications in Clinical Microbiology
2 March 2017
Biosciences: Potentials and Future Prospects
13-14 February 2017
FOOD & NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES
Current Methodologies in Food Microbiology and Nutritional Immunology
22-23 July 2016
MANAGEMENT & COMMERCE
Big Data & Analytics
9 March 2017
Women Entrepreneurship and its Different Dimensions
20 February 2017
Managing Corporate Expectations - Assertiveness and Integrity
14-15 February 2017
Infrastructural Development and Public-Private Partnership Financing in India
28 January 2017
Entrepreneurship
16 November 2016
Mergers and Acquisitions - Current trends: Global vs Indian Corporate Scenario
27 August 2016
Sameeksha - MBA Foundation Day 2016
20-21 August 2016
Capital markets and Mutual Funds
23 July 2016
EDUCATION
Effective Strategies for Imp. of 2-year B.Ed. Programme
9-10 September 2016
SANSKRIT
Sanskrit Seminar on Eternal Values and the Sanskrit Language
1 December 2016
INTEGRAL EDUCATION EVENTS 2016/17
SSSIHL XXXV Annual Convocation - 22 Nov 2016
The Annual Convocation, held every year on 22 November, forms an integral part of the Academic Calendar for all stakeholders of SSSIHL. The sentiments of this special day are aptly reflected in the Oath that the students take on the Convocation ceremony, in the Divine presence of the Revered Founder Chancellor.
Grama Seva (Village Service) - 3-11 Oct 2016
For over 1300 young university students (and their teachers), nine days of their academic year is spent in the service of almost 300,000 village folk from over 150 villages. This includes distribution of food, clothes and other items, along with devotional singing, thus converting the food into prasadam.
SSSIHL Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality - 17-19 Jun 2016
The Summer Course on Indian Culture & Spirituality is an initiative started by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba in the early seventies with an objective to expose students of the University to the rich cultural and spiritual heritage of Bharath. It orients new students into Bhagawan Baba’s educational philosophy and gives them deep first hand insights into how they can directly benefit from this unique institution. This prepares them well to make the best of the rare opportunities that lie ahead of them.
SSSIHL Annual Sports & Cultural Meet - 11-15 Jan 2017
The performances during the four-day Annual Sports and Cultural Meet form an important part of Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s philosophy of values-based integral education, practiced in all Sathya Sai educational institutions.
ACADEMIC EVENTS 2015/16

Workshops & Conferences

Dept. of Management & Commerce - 27 February 2016
Challenges in Human Resource Management
Dept. of Chemistry - 27 February 2016
Emerging Trends in Multidisciplinary Approaches to Oncology
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 13 February 2016
Leading with Values - Values and Financial Decisions & Strategies
Dept. of Chemistry - 12-13 February 2016
Integrated Chemie CONference (ICCON 2016) on Frontiers in Applied Chemistry – From Molecules to Materials
Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science - 12-15 December 2015
International Symposium on Computational Science 2015
Dept. of Physics - 7-11 December 2015
The 60th DAE-BRNS Symposium on Nuclear Physics
Dept. of Chemistry - 26-28 November 2015
Functional Materials and their Applications in Devices
Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science - 26-29 October 2015
Parabolic Partial Differential Equations and Applications to Image Processing (NW-PDEAIP) 2015
Dept. of Physics - 26-27 October 2015
Light Matters
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 22 August 2015
Symposium on Financial Inclusion
Dept. of Economics - 10 August 2015
Indian Economy: Emerging Trends & Challenges
Dept. of Physics - 11 July 2015
Recent Trends in Networking Technologies
Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science - 10-11 July 2015
International Workshop on Differential Geometry - Foundations and Developments
ACADEMIC EVENTS 2014/15

Workshops & Conferences

Sub-Dept. of Philosophy - 25 Feb 2015
Applied Ethics
Dept. of Chemistry - 21 Feb 2015
Interface in Chemical and Biological Sciences: Biochemical Exploration and Conceptualization (BEACON)
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 20-21 Feb 2015
Lean Six Sigma: A Paradigm for Business Excellence
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 14-15 Feb 2015
Power of Values
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 14 Feb 2015
INFRAQUEST: Infrastructure- Challenges & Prospects
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 13 Dec 2014
Rural Entrepreneurship
Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science - 10-13 Dec 2014
IWCVML-2014: Computer Vision & Machine Learning
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 26 Dec 2014
Habits for achieving Personal and Interpersonal Effectiveness
Dept. of Physics - 20-22 November 2014
FiNSTA 2014: Frontiers in Nanoscience, Technology & Application
Dept. of Physics - 1 Nov 2014
Algorithmic Thinking and Problem Solving
Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science - 10-13 Dec 2014
Math in Action
Dept. of Management & Commerce - 16 Aug 2014
Big Data for Banking & Finance

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