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A platform of industry and academic experts to discuss the contemporary trend of data analytics leading to disruptive innovation. A pool of Stalwarts and researchers shall share the scope and perspectives of data analytics in this global arena.
 
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Dr. Debjani Banerjee
8828122232
 

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VESIM Institution Innovation Council is hosting the event on Live session for “India First Leadership Talk Series” by Shri. Anand Mahindra, Chairman, Mahindra Group. This will be a webinar (Facebook live) organized by MHRD’s Innovation Cell.
 
Detail of Facebook live:
Date: 8th January 2019 (Tuesday) & Time: 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Facebook live link: https://www.facebook.com/mhrds.innovationcell and
MIC Website: http://www.mic.gov.in/live.html and we are arranging the event in our Auditorium.

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Date: 14 & 15th December 2018
Venue: VESIM Business School Campus
Time: 10:00 am
 
4 Sporting events will be conducted in this year’s edition
Box Cricket
Throw-ball
Carrom
Table Tennis
 
16 teams would be battling out to be the ultimate “CHAMPION”
Register Now!!!
 
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Suraj Lala- 9619396680
Kaustubh Kamath- 9930925704
Alice- 9167683092
 

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NISM Certified Course in Securities Markets (NCCSM) is a joint program being offered by National Institute of Securities Markets, an institute promoted by Securities and Exchange Board of India and VES Institute of Management Studies and Research. The aim of this program is to equip graduate and undergraduate students for careers in securities markets. For more details click here

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Ms. Shashi Yadav
Mobile: 9136009116
Email: shashi.yadav@ves.ac.in

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Social enterprise is a concept of business that takes social good as an equal priority to profit-making and seeks to bring about a ‘fairer economy’. So it is fitting to ask to what extent social enterprise can enable a fairer economy for women and girls’ empowerment. Social enterprise is not a panacea and its application to the issue of gender equality should not be seen in isolation from other measures. However there are some promising signs that social enterprise can make a meaningful contribution.

The UN’s Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 is to ‘achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls’. That said, social enterprise is contributing to women’s empowerment in many diverse ways. These can be grouped into five overlapping categories:

  1. Social enterprise as a tool for women’s empowerment organisations;
  2. The impact of individual social enterprises on their beneficiaries;
  3. The impact on women who become social entrepreneurs;
  4. The impact of the social enterprise sector as an employer;
  5. The relation between social enterprise and women’s leadership;

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Contact
Dr. Nisha Pandey, Associate Professor
Chairperson- E cell and women Development cell
Nisha.pandey@ves.ac.in
9769557224

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