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Mumbai Bengaluru

january

  • 21st
    S.P. Mandali's WeSchool and MIT India Initiative jointly present the 'Design, Technology and Social Innovation Workshop 2020'

    S.P. Mandali's WeSchool and MIT India Initiative jointly present the 'Design, Technology and Social Innovation Workshop 2020'

    It is the first version of MIT India workshop series assimilating the drive of multiple departments from MIT and Harvard to address local challenges of India. The workshop brings together students from various institutes to solve local challenges through design thinking and technology. Innovation centric initiatives of such nature inculcate societal values among the youth thereby sensitising them to be contributors to nature and society at large About The MIT India Initiative: It is a not-for-profit effort of students and alumni from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to delve into pressing problems in novel, challenging contexts, and tackle these with technology and design. Date: 21 to 25 January 2020
  • 16th
    Bollywood and Television stars support ‘Friends of India’ initiative by S.P. Mandali’s WeSchool

    Bollywood and Television stars support ‘Friends of India’ initiative by S.P. Mandali’s WeSchool

    On 16th January 2020, S.P. Mandali’s Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research (WeSchool), India’s leading B-School organised a unique social initiative ‘Friends of India’ to felicitate the efforts of individuals who have distinctly contributed to the Socio-Economic and Cultural development of India across the globe. The people who were honoured were- Dove Segev-Steinberg (Israel) for his contribution to social service and Joss Brooks (Australia) for his contribution to environment, Fif Fernandes and Hamish Boyde for their contribution to health and wellness, Christopher Turillo (USA) for his contribution to education, T M Hoffman (USA) a master in Indian and Japanese music – vocal and Flute; Achia Anzi (Israel) for cultural contribution; Anat Bernstein-Reich (Israel), Alfredo Munoz and Steve Felder for contribution to economic growth in India. This initiative also made an attempt to build stronger ties with the rest of the world by promoting such leaders.
  • 13th
    The International Conference on “Future of Work, Workforce and Workplace”supported by AICTE

    The International Conference on “Future of Work, Workforce and Workplace”supported by AICTE

    The conference envisioned to offer an excellent opportunity for researchers, academicians, scholars, practicing Managers and Business & Industry leaders from across the world to interact, share their thoughts, experiences and present their ideas on the chosen theme. The conference also envisaged as a platform for the industry to showcase their ongoing research and development initiatives, related to the conference theme. It was a forum for sharing, exchanging views and knowledge on the challenges and opportunities that have arisen/will arise in the context of fast-paced Technological Innovation. Date: 13th and 14th January 2020