Distinguished Thought Leader Session with Mr Narayana Murthy

  • Feb 19, 2021 | Times of India

“I am happy about the National Education Policy (NEP). It aims to improve the quality of education in the country,” said Infosys founder Narayana Murthy. “We must recognise that the need of the game is to transform our children from reactive and apathetic people to proactive, problem recognisers and problem solvers. That is the most important need today,” he said at the ‘Thought Leadership Series’ organised by Great Lakes Institute of Management. “We have to instill in the minds of youngsters things like curiosity; problem solving; open mindedness; pluralism; respect for others’ opinions and views; respect for other cultures; not being afraid of learning outside India and Socratic questioning in our children.

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Education levels of SC, ST, OBC rising. A new study looks at caste gap in jobs, income too

  • Feb 17, 2021 | Prof. Vidya Mahambare, Professor of Economics

The well-established vast inequality in terms of income and wealth among Indian households belonging to different castes has often been discussed. But to truly capture the progress, if any, towards inclusiveness, we need to compare the outcomes for the younger age group. It is here that any impact of the affirmative public policies such as reservation and a general move towards breaking the caste barriers can be noticed. Further, the change is likely to be faster in urban areas and among young men.

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The Budget's Impact on the FMCG Sector - Prof. K Rajeshwari, Senior Associate Professor of Marketing

  • Feb 17, 2021 | BW BusinessWorld

Companies like Hindustan Unilever Ltd. (HUL), Procter & Gamble (P&G), L’Oréal and Colgate-Palmolive dominate this category. Overall, the segment is moving towards a higher price proposition, with the premium segment growing at 6.3%, as compared to 1.1% for the mass market. Daily care products are by and large purchased online because of product standardization while the Premium products are purchased offline in retail outlets. Increasingly evolving consumerism has shaped this segment and is expected to grow by 9%.

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Great Lakes Institute of Management 'Sheds the Layers' at Virtual TEDx Conference

  • Feb 16, 2021 | India News Republic

The Great Lakes Institute of Management Chennai (GLIM) hosted the first TEDxGLIM Chennai 2021 on the eve of Valentine’s Day. It was the first time since the event was virtually held for the audience. The theme of this year’s event was “Shed the Layers”, showing that vulnerabilities are powerful and let you do yourself. Sarah Kashap (cross-country motorcycle rally racer), Dean de Menzes (Red founder is New Green and NGO activist), Vikram Podar (India’s first corporate stand-up comedian and Board) Well-known speaker Galima Avter (Extreme Rally Driver), including the founder of Room Comedian), graced the event and shared a moving story about being who she really is. They provided perspectives based on years of personal experience and observation. The event was attended by students and faculty members. The 2021 TEDxGLIM Chennai was sponsored by Coca-Cola.

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Manufacturing or high-tech? This is what India's most prosperous states focus on

  • Feb 09, 2021 | Prof. Vidya Mahambare, Professor of Economics

Roughly 40 per cent of India’s economic activity comes from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka, as per data from the National Accounts Statistics (NAS). The average prosperity level in these four states, measured in terms of per-person real income, is similar – around Rs 12,000-13,000 per month in 2018-19. For the rest of India, the same was only around Rs 7,600.

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Great Lakes Chennai's Award Winning Campus Reopens for Students & Faculty

  • Feb 08, 2021 | DT News

Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai has introduced a special schedule for students on campus in adherence to COVID-19 protocols. From wearing masks to social distancing, the LEED platinum rated campus in Asia has prepped and trained their support and administration staff completely to resume classes for undergraduate and post-graduate students on the Chennai campus in line with Tamil Nadu government’s consent.

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Distinguished Thought Leader Session with Mr Shiv Shivakumar

  • Feb 05, 2021 | India Education Digest

Mr. Shiv Shivakumar, currently Group Executive President at Aditya Birla Group and former Chairman & CEO for PepsiCo India, addressed the graduating class of Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai in a virtual session organized by the institute. Mr. Shivakumar addressed the audience and spoke about the seven frequently faced career dilemmas. He provided his perspective based on the experience and observations over the years.

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Mood of the Nation Poll - A SWOT Analysis

  • Feb 01, 2021 | Dr. Bala V Balachandran, Founder & Chairman

Management expert Bala V. Balachandran uses the conventional SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat) analysis to explain Modi's continuing popularity. To him, the prime minister's biggest strengths are his sincerity and integrity. He is seen as incorruptible and has no dynastic predilections.

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Great lakes – NASMEI conference on Consumer Behavior in the Post-Covid era

  • Dec 23, 2020 | Media Coverages

New Delhi: The Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai hosted their 14th NASMEI International marketing conference in collaboration with the North American Society of for Marketing Education in India (NASMEI). The virtual conference was prelude by a 3-day workshop providing great opportunity for the doctoral students and junior faculty to interact and learn from some of the top researchers in the world.

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