Summer internships for first-year students are round the corner, and to guide them with the experiences and learnings of their seniors, The Student Alumni Relations Cell hosted Summer Solstice.
The event began with Prof. Ajit Parulekar, Director, GIM, sharing his thoughts and encouragement with the participants. Top 8 internship projects were then presented in front of an esteemed panel, consisting of Mr Niranjan Mallya, Principle Consultant, Infosys (Class of 2010), Mr Abhishek Jha, Senior Manager, Wipro (Class of 2010) and Ms Debjani Ghosh, Marketing Manager, Johnson and Johnson (Class of 2011).
We congratulate Ms Shruthi Arunkumar (PGDM - Big Data Analytics) for winning the gold medal and wish her more glory in the future.
“The budget for the year 2021 was a paperless budget, hinting to the nation that we are moving at a fast-track speed towards digitization”, said Mr Kedar Nath Choudhury, CFO, Founding years Learning solutions (Klay Schools) in a virtual session organised by the Corporate Relations Placement Cell BIFS.
During the session, Mr. Choudhury discussed the shift to countercyclical fiscal policy by reducing spending and raising taxes during the boom period and increasing spending and lowering taxes during the recession to curb inflation. He also emphasized that digitization is the only way forward for the economy to move forward after the pandemic.
Mr Choudhury also spoke about the six pillars of our economy, as emphasized by our finance minister. These pillars include minimum government and maximum governance, innovation, health and well-being, infrastructure development, physical and financial capital infrastructure, and divestment.
We would like to thank Mr. Kedar Nath Choudhury for this informative session and look forward to hosting him on campus soon.
A soulful breeze of sufism took over GIM as the verses of Saint Kabir by Neeraj Arya's Kabir Cafè echoed, where the students enjoyed the fusion band performing live.Through their melody, Kabir Café took the audience into another realm where peace and tranquility enveloped them.
At the end of the blissful experience, their soundtrack 'Fakiri' was encompassing every corner of the campus.
Kudos to team Inception 2021 for organizing such a delightful performance for everyone and concluding Inception 2021.
To the beats of an extraordinary drummer, exceptionally skilled guitarist, and heartfelt comforting voice, danced the entire crowd of GIM, as Inception's first headliner - Black in White set the stage ablaze with their thrilling performance, last night.
From a soothing Kabira to an energetic We Will Rock You, the band charged the entire Amphitheater with unmatched vibrancy, leaving each student wanting for more. Check out a glimpse of the act.
You know what Rahul Subramanian and Goa Institute of Management have in common? Well for starters - their mutual love for Inception 2021, the annual cultural festival of GIM.
While students gathered in large numbers, just to see one of India's finest stand-up artists perform, Rahul left no stone unturned to give everyone an evening full of laughter, happiness and memories they'd embrace for a lifetime.
In the midst of all the wit, laughter and fun, the team Inception kick-started Day 1 of the festival. With excitement at its peak, and an exceptionally dedicated team behind it all, we're super excited to see what's in store for Day 2.
A night loaded with delicious cuisines, regional melodies, and stunning dance performances! Sounds exciting? Definitely yes!
The Cultural Club of GIM-RazzMaTaZz organized 'Bengali Bhoj' in association with The Health Club, which gave GIM a delightful glimpse of the rich culture of Bengali.
With a beautiful rangoli, the Bengali community of GIM danced with the beloved 'Dhunachi' and sang Bengali melodies for their companions. The delicious Rosogollas and other delicacies of the special menu made the night memorable for everyone, especially the campus foodies.
Dance is not just body movement - it is like poetry in motion with thoughts, emotions, and feelings.
'Let's Naacho', a two-day dance workshop organized by The Centre for Creativity, Innovation and Design Thinking, ensured that the participants learned dance moves in the most refreshing manner.
They felt every beat of the music and danced their hearts during the workshop. Indeed, it was a great way for them to express joy, happiness and passion through dance.
OxyGIM- GIM's official band set the mood for a musical night with an acoustic opening on 'Always with me, always with you,' as part of Inception 2021.
Under the starry sky of the amphitheater, GIM's students tapped their feet to a combination of vocals and instrumentals.
After the exciting live performances, 'serenity' was the most prominent feeling in the crowd.
Remembering the good old days of Mario, Road Rash, and Contra?
The System and Consulting Club of GIM assured that the students on campus got to taste the flavours of their childhood, in their pre-launch event for Gaming Week '21.
Struck with nostalgia, the participants wired in to kill their enemies, rash drive 'the peninsula' and save the princess to walk back into their childhood pastime!
Nine teams, two categories, one prestigious cup. Basanti Cup is much more than 22 yards of dusty greens, it's an emotion for the GIMites.
The morning of 12th February 2021 brought to field four pumped up teams, and an even more lively audience, to witness the finals of Basanti Cup - the flagship event of Prayas - The Sports Club of GIM. After lofted drives, pulls, reverse sweeps and swings, the nail-biting tournament ended with 'Tagore Tigers 2.0' and 'Mastaani Gang' taking the winning trophy home, in men's and women's finals respectively.
Congratulations to both the teams on their triumphs!