The most complex of all macroeconomic processes becomes even more complicated when you apply it to a developing country like India. Supply constraints, underdeveloped financial markets and resource gaps are just some of the challenges involved.
To deliberate on this, the Dept. of Economics held a one-day lecture series, Recent Developments in India’s Monetary Policy...Read more
Dr. (Miss) Dibba Bhargavi, Asst. Professor and Ms. Prasanti Prabha, Doctoral Research Scholar from the Department of English Language and Literature, SSSIHL, presented a paper each at the niche and prestigious Iris Murdoch Centenary Conference at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, UK, 13-15 July 2019.
The conference was organised by The Iris Murdoch Research Centre in...Read more
Initiate. Serve. Love. Repeat.
Almost ten months ago, in the early hours of 16 October 2018, teams of students and teachers of the Prasanthi Nilayam Campus, SSSIHL, packed with enthusiasm, love and supplies, left for their first visit to three villages – Narsimpalli, Bukkapatnam Mandal (Population: 2500), Bonthalapalli, Puttaparthi Mandal (Population: 2500) and...Read more
Honing the art of Analytical and Presentations Skills via the Union Budget.
On 13 July 2019, the teachers of the Dept. of Management & Commerce held an intensive 3-hour workshop on Analytical and Presentations Skills. They did this by dissecting the critical focus areas of the 2019/20 Union Budget (or the country’s Annual Financial Statement if you...Read more
Imagine you are a marketing expert. I mean a real expert!
You are the Divisional Head of a manufacturing firm and have to make tough decisions based on the 4Ps – Product, Price, Place and Promotion – in a highly competitive marketplace and take responsibility of the outcome of these decisions!
On 29 June 2019, the II-year M.B.A. students of SSSIHL did just that, albeit...Read more
A Hike. Outdoor learning activities. Games. Indoor competitions and learning games. Skits. Role Plays.
These series of creative, fun and intellectual activities were organised by the students, doctoral research scholars and teachers of the Dept. of Management & Commerce to celebrate 33 years of the SSSIHL MBA programme on 21 August...Read more
International Yoga Day celebrated @ SSSIHL
From Pranayama to Suryanamaskar to Dandasana, Bakasana, Mayurasan, Hata yogas, Kriyas and even an elocution on Yoga, students, teachers and mentors from all our campuses joined millions of people around the world to celebrate the ancient Indian tradition of Yoga on International Yoga Day on 21 June.
Man can make genuine progress only when the idea that education is for earning a living is given up. Only one who realises this truth is a truly educated person. Knowledge does not mean mere booklore. It is not the transference of the contents of books to the brain.
Education is intended for the transformation of the heart. Man today is proud about the little knowledge he has...Read more