Inaugural of Atal Great Lakes Balachandran Incubation Center (AGBI)

  • Nov 18, 2019

Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, a premier B-school in the country in association with Atal Innovation Mission today launched Atal - Great Lakes - Balachandran – Incubation (AGBI) Center in its premises. Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai is one of the only four B-Schools in the country to receive this grant.

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Addressing structural issues in the economy - Parth Gupta (PGDM 2019-2021)

  • Nov 13, 2019

India Inc is facing an economic slowdown due to weakness in private consumption. Consumption expenditure grew only by 3.1 per cent in Q1FY20, a 17-quarter low compared to 7.2 per cent in Q4FY19. Private consumption is a key driver of growth in India, constituting around 59 per cent of GDP.

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Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai signs MoU with Mamallapuram Town Panchayat to promote cleanliness

  • Nov 10, 2019

Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai, a premier B-school in the country, as a part of its Karma Yoga initiative with Nitin Wiressigned an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mamallapuram Town Panchayat to promote cleanliness & create awareness about waste management at the beach

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Reimagining business education in a dynamic world - Dean Dr Suresh Ramanathan at Madras Management Association

  • Nov 09, 2019

The MBA is the Ambassador car of yore. Sturdy, reliable, yet any improvement to it has been mainly a case of tinkering at the margins. For decades, the MBA has been the go-to degree for students hoping to sit in the boardroom one day or to earn big money as consultants or investment bankers. There are plenty of MBAs even today who do exactly that. So why, then, is the business education industry sounding the alarm on the future?

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Data Analytics - a promising career frontier - Dr P K Viswanathan

  • Sep 18, 2019 | The Hindu Business Line - Young Manager's Handbook

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Catch them young, says HRD - Elizabeth Idikula (AGBI) quoted

  • Sep 14, 2019 | The New Indian Express

The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery”. This old adage by American writer and poet, Mark Van Doren, has gone largely ignored in India. While numerous instances of novelty exists through years of research and development, lack of proper funding has generally thrown a spanner in the works. The future, however, looks brighter with the government stepping up efforts to address the need of inculcation of innovation and entrepreneurial culture.

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How IT, Communication can boost sustainable farming in India - Dr Sriram Rajagopalan

  • Sep 11, 2019

Agriculture has been recognised as the core of the Union budget for the year 2019-20. The Government of India has planned to invest widely in agriculture infrastructure to provide assured income to small and marginal farmers. It has made Niti Aayog a national think tank to establish and conduct programmes and research on technologies of the future namely, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to facilitate the economic development of our country.

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Digital Symposium 2019 - Media Coverages

  • Aug 26, 2019

A total of 24 speakers from top organisations and new age start-ups spoke on ‘Digital innovations: reforming business strategies’, at Great Lakes Digital Symposium. Industry leaders gave insights on how organisations should develop corporate and competitive strategies in order to stay relevant on the digital front. The one-day symposium witnessed live demonstration by ‘Nao’, the robot by Vero Robotics.

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Go Green: A business mantra here to stay?

  • Aug 20, 2019 | ET Retail

Soul Tree, Kama Ayurveda, Khadi Naturals, Khadi Mauri, Just Herbs - all these are names of India based ayurvedic beauty and cosmetic brands that serve a fast growing domestic demand. Some of these brands cater to a global clientele too, thereby leaving an international footprint.

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