Dr Shameem S - Thoughts on Education

  • Oct 07, 2020 | CollegeDunia

Dr Shameem S. is the Associate Professor in HR and Organizational Behavior at theGreat Lakes Institute of Management. She takes a keen interest in workplace behaviours, the application of emotions and cognitions, consumer behaviour, and interdisciplinary behavioural studies. Read what she has to say in her interview.

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Dr Sridhar Samu - National Education Policy 2020: Pros and Cons

  • Aug 25, 2020 | India Today

The National Educational Policy 2020 is a bold attempt by the Central government to changehow education is imparted from KG to University. Lots of details have already been reported inthe press, and so this article will focus on three major benefits/drawbacks of the NEP in UG andMasters Education area.

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Dr Sridhar Samu - Seize the Opportunity

  • Aug 21, 2020 | Indian Management

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Great Lakes facilitates industry interactions at Term Zero event

  • Aug 12, 2020 | The Hindu Business Line on Campus

Great Lakes facilitates industry interactions at TermZero event Learning series featured Pepsico’s Indra Nooyi, actor Madhavan, cricketer Dravid, and many more

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Term Zero At Great Lakes Chennai Comes To A Fruitful Conclusion

  • Aug 12, 2020 | BusinessWorld BW Education

Term Zero, Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai’s online learning series concluded earlier this month with a finale week featuring numerous public personalities and intellectuals delivering lectures and interacting with the students.

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Dr Rajeshwari K - Will the ‘work from home’ culture outlast the COVID-19 phase?

  • Aug 10, 2020 | The Hindu Business Line on Campus

From March, everyone has settled comfortably into a work-from-home arrangement, that seems to be lasting much longer than anyone initially anticipated. A sizeable number of organisations have tasted its benefits and will likely persist with the system, even after the Covid-19 pandemic subsides.

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Dr Trichy Krishnan - A Model-Based Analysis of COVID Spread in India

  • Jul 22, 2020 | StartUp Terminal

A key factor that makes this COVID virus spread difficult to control is the following. A person identified as a COVID case would have actually been infected 5 to 14 days earlier because symptoms show up late. Even with tests done proactively, a positively identified case would have been infected a few days earlier. This implies that the underlying ‘actual’ infection current surfaces only a few days later to be observed and reported.

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Coronavirus outbreak: Here's how B-Schools are changing class modules (Term Zero)

  • Jul 08, 2020 | Money Control

Management institutes are having to tweak the way classes are conducted since the COVID-19 lockdown has moved lectures online.

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Alum Sijo Kuruvilla George appointed to Centre’s committee on science and tech policy

  • Jul 07, 2020 | The Hindu Business Line

The founding CEO of Startup Village and founder of Re-think Foundation, Sijo Kuruvilla George, has been selected as member of Central Government’s Expert Committee on Science and Technology Policy.

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