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With their bags full of laughter & hearts full of joy these Greatlakers created a wonderful Christmas experience for students of Govt. School, Pataudi. The kids were exhilarated while decorating the Christmas tree with ornaments that they had crafted with paper. Not just that, there were lots of fun activities, gifts and sweets waiting for them. #inspiringgreatness#pocketsfullofjoy #greatlakesggn #merrychristmas2018 #GreatLakers#Karmayoga
Great Lakes Institute of Management hosted its 8th Annual Inter-College Management Fest - CREST - on 12th December 2018. The fest was centered around the theme “Chrysalis”, which stands for Metamorphosis, or complete transformation. The event witnessed participants coming from over 60 of some of the most prestigious business schools across the country, including MDI Gurgaon, FMS New Delhi, IIM Kashipur, Welingkar School, IMT Ghaziabad, IMI New Delhi and many more.
Alumni Meet 2018, Delhi Chapter, hosted at the Gurgaon Campus on Saturday, November 17, 2018.
"The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country"- Jawahar Lal Nehru.
On the occasion of Children's Day, Great Lakes students visited a nearby government school to celebrate Children's day with those who did not ever have the luxury of enjoying this day with chocolates and exciting games that we used to have in our schools. The happiness of the children knew no bounds when they saw the gifts and goodies distributed to them and the same was reflected on the faces of the Great Lakers. After spending an entire day with the kids, the Great Lakers returned to campus with a heavy heart but there was a sense of accomplishment in their eyes. The school was also donated with footballs, carrom, skipping ropes, basketball, etc.
Great Lakes Institute of Management wishes you all a very Happy & Prosperous Diwali
Mr Apoorv Jain, Vice President - Business, UrbanClap, addressed the PGPM 2019 batch and shared insights on the perfect recipe for a successful start-up. PGPM Student Anindita Srivastava recounts the key takeaways from his intuitive session