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Karma-Yoga Second Annual Convention to be held on 24th August, 2013


An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory” said Ralph Waldo Emerson once and that’s what Great Lakes is trying to achieve through this Annual Convention. The Convention is an all-inclusive platform that brings together farmers, businessmen, self-help groups, non-governmental organizations, students, local Panchayat leaders and every other stake-holder relevant in the rural development schema together under one roof.

Great Lakes Institute of Management would be conducting its Second Annual Karma-Yoga Convention on 24th August, 2013.

 

About Karma-Yoga

    Karma-Yoga, Great Lakes’ Leadership Experiential Project (LEP) was developed in sync with the school’s mission of holistic development: inculcating passion with compassion, ability with humility, mobility with nobility, and success with integrity. The project, guided by Dr. Venkat R. Krishnan (Director, Yale-Great Lakes Center for Management Research) is a unique medium for students to connect with ground realities and experientially learn transformational-leadership.

    The LEP creates a mutual win-win situation for both the students and the twenty villages that have been adopted by Great Lakes. While the villages get budding managers to enable the villagers to lift themselves unto their better selves, the students acquire a first-hand understanding of what it means to create followers and transform them.

    Karma Yoga Second Annual Convention Event Details:

    Panel Discussions on the following Thematic Areas:-

  • 1. Agriculture:- How To Turn Agriculture Into A More Viable Profession?

  • 2. Education:- Making Education Fun & Enjoyable for Children

  • 3. Health:- Access to Both Conventional As Well As Alternative Medicine

  • Workshop for Self-Help Groups on the topic “Developing Entrepreneurial Aptitude”



Time - 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Date - 24 August 2013
Venue – Dr. Bala V Balachandar Campus
Great Lakes Institute of Management, ECR , Manamai
To register for participation, please mail to karmayoga.lep@gmail.com



Student Achievements

‘The Changing Face of Finance Consultancy: Boutique Investment Banks’ has been published in the May, 2013 edition of IIM- Shillong Conquest Magazine (Consulting Club) as ‘featured article’

Ankur Baj of PGDM (2012 - 2014)


Best silent voice entry for the June, 2013 Edition of Markathon-The Marketing Magazine of IIM-Shillong

Pulkit Kohli and Ankur Baj of PGDM (2012 - 2014)


Winner of Ernst and Young Knowledge Quiz

Lathish Venugopal, Viral Patel. More than 2000 teams across India participated in this


Runners up at TATA Crucible Campus Quiz

Lathish Venugopal and Viral Patel.


Article published in March edition of Markathon – Marketing magazine of IIM- Shillong

Kriti Dua and Sankalp Parihar. The article was on Marketing Trends 2013


Winner at Hyundai Global Youth Marketing Camp

Shouvik Das. The event was held in S.Korea and the team comprising of 4 Korean students, 4 Indians and 1 Chinese student won the award for the Best BTL Strategy


Second Prize for Article writing in NMIMS Banking

Namratha and Mahesh. The article was on “Policy expectations for the Indian Economy” and was published in the BankAge Magazine of NMIMS.


First Place- The Clan,IFMR

Krishnan Chidambaram and Hariharan Subramaniyan. The event was Abhyudhaya, the flagship HR event of IFMR. They competed in the finals against teams from K.J. Somaiya, IIT Madras, BIM, Welinkar and LIBA


I Runner up at Goa Institute of Management

Gajendra Sisodia and Kriti Dua. This was a national level case study competition (Samiksha 2013). Total of 127 teams participated in the event


Article published in NITIE’s In-Fin-NITIE

Manshi Gandhi. The article was on “Quantitative Easing”


First prize in case study competition at SIMC

Harleen Wahi and Abhishek Jain. The case study was a real case of declining sales of next gen publishing magazines a unit of Shapoorji Pallonji & Co Ltd. Great Lakes competed with 11 teams in the final campus round with the likes of SIMS,MICA, NITIE, Narsee Monjee,etc