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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
International Exposure of BBA-Aviation Students [2017-2020]
Country/City Visited: Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
October 13-18, 2018


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Sambhram Group of Institutions
Report of Dashain Festival Held at Sambhram Campus
October 18, 2018


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Sambhram International Students’ Association
Orientation Program for New Joinees, 2018


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School of Management
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Orientation Program for MBA Students, 2018 Batch
October 10, 2018


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REPORT ON GUEST LECTURE CUM WORKSHOP ON
DHURYODHANA AND BHEEMA’S CHARACTERS PORTRAYED BY RANNA


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School of Management
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
MBA 2018 Batch Orientation Program
October 06, 2018


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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Wonderla Visit by BBA and B Com Students


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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
School of Computer Science & Department of
Commerce and Management
IT, Management Fests, Rainbow Week & Parichaya 2018 (Fresher’s Day)


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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Out-Bound Programs
National Conference on “Emerging Technologies in Business Innovation and Sustainability”
September 27, 2018


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SAMBHRAM ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
Guest Lecture-cum-Seminar
“IQ Development through Puzzles and Games”
September 22, 2018


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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Undergraduate Department of Commerce and Management
Intra Departmental Management Competitions
Conducted for BBA and B Com Students
September 19, 2018


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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
School of Computer Science
Departmental IT Fest Conducted for BCA students


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Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
International Management Seminar
“Management is Managing the Environment”
September 09 2018

Dr. Abdul Mannan Choudhury, Vice Chancellor, World University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh graced this Seminar as the Chief Guest and delivered the Key Note Address. With an Introductory Cultural Dance by Ms Thanushree, Principal Prof Mishra introduced the Chief Guest and briefed about the program.

Prof Choudhury with an anecdote of his linkage with India and trained in Dehra Dun in the Guerilla War format recalled his involvements in the Liberation Movement of his Country and the role India played towards creation of Bangladesh as a Sovereign Nation; he narrated the focal points in which he had contributed to the economic upliftment of the deprived in Bangladesh such as elimination of poverty and imparting education, i.e. Utilitarian Education which enabled towards gainful employment of the citizens after their education. He stressed the importance of the mindset of taking risks to gain in life and pointed out his role in the introduction of certain courses in the University level which have helped the students to get immediately absorbed in their profession. He mentioned about various disciplines and subjects were introduced in which the students enrolled in the Universities in Bangladesh and the need of certain specific subjects to be introduced based on the demand for employment.

The Vice Chancellor portrayed his vision of ‘Dream-Merchant’ and described it as a person who sells dreams to those who are ready to buy dreams and serve the same dreams to students and to fellow men. He expressed his satisfaction for his dream of realization of his plans for the betterment of his nation. His observations on Management is unique which he had implied in his institution with different strategies; even faculties of other streams(English, Law and Engineering) also should learn and teach Management concepts to improve the lot of the students and the society. Management is embedded in all domains of knowledge and no subject can be isolated from it.

“All of us will transform ourselves to be a Manager at some point of time in our profession as we do the basic functions of management “Planning, Organizing, Directing” which these are the main activities to execute anything. He stressed the importance to study the situations in villages and to equip with solutions for the problems they face and mentioned his role in succeeding to get the villages digitalized

       Prof Choudhury identified ‘environment’ as the most significant aspect of Management and highlighted the environment’s role in the management of all gamut of affairs. There are different types of environment as internal and external and pointed out that though the environment is uncontrollable sometimes, it is our uniqueness to manage the situations in the environment for a successful outcome. History is full of strategies, he observed by depicting the old Greek tale of ‘Helen of Troy” in which the strategies had helped her to come out of the captivity. He concluded that though “Management” has many definitions, it is the skills and traits which an individual possesses and demonstrates to help manage the situation thus make it successful. He observed that many a time we are confronted as to why environments are so important and so cardinal a factor in Management; management begins with the analyses, understanding and prediction of the environment. Any organization is a system and environment is also a system. Towards the end of his dialogue there was Q-A Session; questions raised about the modus operandi of the management strategy in managing the environment. Towards the end it was to all a new vista of managing the environment.

 
Sambhram Group of Institutions, Bangalore
Celebration of Seventy Second Independence Day
August 15, 2018

Lord Mountbatten had been given a mandate by the British parliament to transfer the power by June 30, 1948. If he had waited till June 1948, in C Rajagopalachari’s memorable words, there would have been no power left to transfer. Mountbatten thus advanced the date to August 1947. At that time, Mountbatten claimed that by advancing the date, he was ensuring that there will be no bloodshed or riot. He was, of course, to be proven wrong, although he later tried to justify it by saying that “wherever colonial rule has ended, there has been bloodshed. That is the price you pay.” Based on Mountbatten’s inputs the Indian Independence Bill was introduced in the British House of Commons on July 4, 1947 and passed within a fortnight. It provided for the end of the British rule in India, on August 15, 1947, and the establishment of the Dominions of India and Pakistan, which were allowed to secede from the British Commonwealth.

Given that India is a mostly young nation, a majority of us probably don’t understand or can comprehend what our grandparents and great grandparents endured to ensure that we were freed from the clutches of British rule. All we can do is appreciate their efforts and celebrate the fact that we are today, the world’s largest democracy. This Independence Day, 2018 let's celebrate this unity in diversity and work towards causes that bring our countrymen closer.

 
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
National Librarians’ Day
August 12, 2018
Dr S R Ranganathan was the founder of the Library Science Movement in India and no one had been able to reach the kind of achievement and the efforts that he had made in this regard. “There is a need to open more libraries so that the power of books could reach every section of society” said Dr Ranganathan who spearheaded library development in India.
He was born on August 12, 1892 @ Shiyali [now Sirkazhi] in the State of Tamil Nadu and died on September 27, 1972. Sri Ranganathan earned B.A with a first class in March/April 1913 and MA in 1916 in Mathematics from Madras Christian College in his home province and began his professional life as a Mathematician; then went on to earn a teaching license. As a Mathematics Professor he published a handful of papers, mostly on the history of mathematics. His career as an educator was somewhat hindered by a handicap of stammering (a difficulty Ranganathan gradually overcame in his professional life).
In January 1924 he was appointed as the First Librarian of Madras University; he quite often narrated that he never wished to be a librarian but never regretted in his later life. He left for England in September, 1924 and returned in July, 1925 after 9 months of study-cum-observation tour. In England, Ranganathan came in close contact with W.C. Berwick Sayers, Chief Librarian of Croydon Public Library and a Lecturer in the University School of Librarianship, London. Under his guidance, Ranganathan visited a large number of Libraries and witnessed how the libraries there had become community reading centres. He also found how the libraries rendered service to various strata of the society: to children, working class and women, besides other groups. This made a lasting impression on his mind; it considerably changed his outlook and he discovered a social mission in his mind. Thus he discovered a social mission for the library profession and for himself. The impact of these experiences was expressively stated in 1931 by Sir P.S. Sivaswamy Aiyar, one of the enlightened statesmen of Madras Presidency at that time: “he has brought to his task extensive knowledge of literature on the subject of libraries, personal acquaintance with methods of management of libraries in Britain, trained analytical intellect and a fervid but enlightened enthusiasm for the library movement. He has been the pioneer of the library movement in the Madras Presidency and has been carrying on an energetic propaganda to spread it. He knows how to rouse and sustain the interest of the reader”.

After returning to Madras, Ranganathan began a mission for librarianship. He began to reorganise the University Library. His first concern was to attract more readers to the library and provide facilities for them. He charged the library with a mission of self-education for everyone. He used mass media to make the library hub of activity. The University Library soon acquired a niche in the world of the enlightened public of Madras. The Government of Madras took a keen interest in this and offered a handsome annual grant on a statutory basis.

Here emerged the Five Laws of Library Science, the Colon Classification, and the Classified Catalogue Code and the Principles of Library Management. Active reference service began to blossom; he introduced open shelved system and provided open access. This gave impetus for readers to come quite often. The atmosphere throbbed with human activity and intellectual atmosphere. Ranganathan designed a functional library building near Madras Beach. All these changes did not happen in a piecemeal but were developed in a holistic manner inspired by his Five Laws of Library Science:

✔ Books are for use
✔ Every reader his/her book
✔ Every book, its reader
✔ Save the time of the reader
✔ A library is a growing organism

Having performed active library service for 21 years, Ranganathan sought voluntary retirement in 1945 and wanted to engage himself in active research. But he received an invitation to develop the library system of the Banaras Hindu University, by the then Vice-Chancellor Sir. S. Radhakrishnan. At Banaras, Ranganathan found the library in a chaotic condition. He reorganized the entire collection single-handedly, classified and catalogued about 100,000 books with a missionary zeal during 1945-47. He also conducted the Diploma Course in Library Science during the same period.

Ranganathan moved over to Delhi University in 1947 on an invitation from Sir. Maurice Gwyer. He did not take the responsibility of organising the library. He confined himself to teaching and research in library science. Prof. S. Das Gupta, one of Ranganathan's brilliant students, became the librarian of Delhi University. Delhi began courses in Bachelor of Library Science and Master of Library Science between 1947 and 1950. Ranganathan was elected the President of the Indian Library Association (ILA); the Association was activated and as part of its program a confluence of three journals, viz., Annals, Bulletin, and Granthalaya were founded. An acronym ABGILA was given to this composite, three-in-one periodical. The Annals contained research papers of the Delhi Research Circle and soon gained international acclaim.

While Ranganathan was in Delhi, his international contacts began to grow. Ranganathan was the Chairman of the Classification Research Group of the International Federation for Documentation (FID) between 1950-62 when he produced 12 research reports for FID and from 1962 he was the Honorary Chairman of FID till his death in 1972. While he was in Delhi, Ranganathan drafted a comprehensive 30- year plan for the development of library system for India as a whole. He was intimately involved in the founding of the Documentation Committee of the Indian Standards Institution of which he was the Chairman till 1967. In 1950, the Indian National Scientific Documentation Centre (INSDOC, Delhi) was founded. During this period, he also promoted the Madras Public Library Act. He also initiated the Classification Research Group at London. He visited USA in 1950 under Rockefeller Foundation and wrote the book Classification and Communication.

In order to gain firsthand knowledge of Industrial documentation and to meet his international commitments Ranganathan moved over to Zurich. He wrote the second edition of” Prolegomena to Library Classification” (Published by the Library Association, London). He also regularly contributed to the Annals of Library Science published by the INSDOC.

In 1957, Ranganathan moved over to Bangalore. Many young librarians of Bangalore began to gather around him. Informal discussions and research investigations were carried out to publish books and other research papers. The crowning point of Ranganathan's activity was in the founding of the Documentation Research and Training Centre, Bangalore under the auspices of the Indian Statistical Institute in 1962. The main functions of this Centre are centred on research and teaching activities in library and information science. Ranganathan was the Honorary Professor of this Centre during 1962-72.

In 1965, Ranganathan was recognised by the Government of India and made him the National Research Professor in Library Science. He was honoured by Delhi University and Pittsburgh University by awarding Doctor of Letters Degrees in 1948 and 1964. He received these awards and honours in simple and humble stride and advised his students to do hard work saying that reward would come in appropriate time. He used to say God has chosen me as an instrument; the honour done to me should act as an incentive to the younger generation to devote their lives wholeheartedly to library science and service. Most of his salary as National Research Professor and the royalties on his books were donated to the Sarada Ranganathan Endowment for Library Science (1961).

During the last five years, Ranganathan abstained from travelling and did deep thinking and intensive writing. He wrote many books and articles. He postulated Absolute Syntax for indexing language. Until the end of his life, to the very last day, he kept on working and died on 27 September 1972 after a fruitful 80 years of his life. While he himself contributed to the field of library service, science and profession, he catalysed a human movement whose manifestation is witnessed even today. He wrote sixty books and 2000 articles; his life was a symbol of immortality. The Government of India awarded Padmashri to Dr. S.R. Ranganathan in 1957 for his valuable contributions to Library Science. The best way to remember Dr S.R. Ranganathan is to publish good books, start well-equipped libraries in schools and also popularise the library movement in rural areas.

With this background, our Sambhram Centre of Library and Information Science observed August 12, 2018 as National Librarian’s Day with Mr G S Ramesh Naik, Senior Librarian, Bangalore Medical College as the Chief Guest. Prof K C Mishra, Principal inaugurated the program and all speakers spoke on the occasion. The participant-students were happy to learn about importance of the day with positive student’s feedback about importance of the Library in the academic life of a student. Librarians Ms Ambika, Mr Dasanna and Mr Rajasekhar took active part in organising the program.

 
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Report of the Industrial Visits by BBA and B Com Students
August 09-10, 2018

Sambhram Academy of Management Studies has organized Industrial visit on 9/8/2018 for the students of Fifth Semester B Com to Sindhu Cargo Services Private Limited, Hunasamarnahalli, Bangalore.The day started with all students assembling in the campus at 10 Hours. The bus departed with 40students along with one faculty member Mr. Gopi. This sojourn was filled with discussions on current affairs, customs and about logistics sector.

At sharp 10.45am we reached Sindhu Logistics and met the Company Representative Mr. Vijay Kumar from the Training Department of Sindhu Logistics. He took us to the conference hall and he gave all the details about the company. There after Mr. Kumaresh explained the history of logistics and how logistics works. Mr. Shivaraj divided the students into two groups. Mr. Kumaresh took the first group to the plant side and explained about customs, imports and exports and final dispatch of cargo.

After that session he escorted the second group to the general and custom warehouse and he explained about cargo dispatch, packing, labelling, invoice bill of the cargo in an enthusiastic manner to students. After these wonderful lecture students started asking quires randomly, he clarified all the doubts.

Mr.Rajesh Nagarajan felt very happy about our curious and enthusiast students. After the session he led the students to the canteen and all had nice and sumptuous lunch. Next session was Management Games and students enjoyed a lot. The students enjoyed a lot by taking group snaps with management.

We started returning to Sambhram campus and reached at 4 pm; eventually students were delighted to have attended this kind of exposure and gave positive feedback. Organizers of the program take this opportunity to thank the Principal, Management team and student co-ordinators for the support they extended for the success of this program.

Next visit was organized on 10/08/2018 for the students of Fifth Semester, BBA to UNIBIC Biscuit India Private Limited Heddadadevnapura, Bangalore.

The day started with all students assembling in the Institute campus at 9.30am; the bus departed with 43students along with 2 faculty members (Ms Akshatha and Ms Jyoti). At sharp 11.30pm we reached Unibic Company and met the Representative Mr. Shivakumar from Research and Development Department. He took us to the auditorium and gave all the details about the company through colourful video and audio media. There after he explained the manufacturing process, products and marketing strategies of Unibic and also productivity and profitability of the company.

After that session he escorted the students to the manufacturing department and explained about manufacturing of all types of Biscuits in an enthusiastic manner to the students; the students enjoyed a lot seeing and experiencing the practical part of the India Inc.

On the same day (10/08/2018) another visit was organized for the students of Fifth Semester BBA Section (A&B) and Third Semester B Com to Sindhu Cargo Services Private Limited, Bangalore. The students assembled in the campus at 10am and the bus departed with 46 students accompanied by two faculty members Mr. Ranganath and Mrs. Manasa K.L.

At sharp 10.45am we reached Sindhu Logistics and met the Company Representative Mr. Vijay Kumar from the Training Department. He gave a detailed presentation about the company. Thereafter, Mr. Kumaresh explained the history of logistics. Mr. Shivaraj divided the students into two groups. Mr. Kumaresh took the first group to the plant side and explained about customs, imports and exports and final dispatch of cargo.

After that session he escorted the second group to the general and custom warehouse and explained about cargo dispatch, packing, labelling, invoice bill of the cargo in an enthusiastic manner to students.

Mr. Rajesh Nagarajan led the students to the canteen and all had nice and sumptuous lunch. Next session was Management Games and students enjoyed a lot.

We came back to Sambhram campus at 4 pm; students were delighted to have attended this kind of exposure and gave positive feedback. Organizers of the program take this opportunity to thank the Principal, Management team and student co-ordinators for the support they extended for the success of this program.

Epilogue
The Institute organised all these industrial exposures to facilitate a fine blend of theoretical knowledge with practical exposure for professional development of students.

 
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies One- Day Students Workshop on “Action Research Project” For BBA, B.Com, and BCA Students July 31, 2018
The Report

The workshop began with the welcoming speech by Dr. V C Prakash, Assistant Professor of English. During his speech he greeted the audience and introduced the order of occasion; Principal Prof. K C Mishra then formally inaugurated the workshop and gave appropriate instructions considering the performance of the activities to the participants. The Resource Person was Prof. Shazia Abdul Sait from Presidency College, Bangalore started the session by an introductory speech about the following skills; Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. Later all thirty students were divided into six groups who participated in various activities such as the running dictionary, listening to podcast, speeches, proof reading and many such activities which made a great impact on the students as they got an opportunity to know where they have a problem in the English language and how to overcome that with the help of a Resource Person. There also was a session where Prof. Sunitha. K gave power point presentation on “Accessing Internet”. Finally in the Valedictory Session Prof Shazia Abdul was presented with a memento by the Principal and the day ended with the vote of thanks by one of the participants, Rekha.

The main objectives of this workshop were as follows:
  • Recommend Speaking and Listening Skills
  • Help Accessing Internet
  • Introduce Podcasts
  • Listening to Speak to the Audience for Greater Impact
  • Craft a Message after Comprehending the Content
  • Use the Right Words for Excellence
  • Proof Read for Perfection

This workshop was dedicated to the students who facilitated interesting, entertaining and interactive sessions held throughout the day.

 
    
 
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies Details of Specific Podcasts and Language Games Specific Podcasts to be used in the Project.
1. The Memory Palace

This podcast surfaces surprising stories of the past. Just one classic: the story of German prisoners of war, captured on a submarine, who attempted to escape a prison camp in Arizona by digging their way out. The episodes are short, non-traditional, wonderfully intimate notes from history.

2. Philosophy Bites

Fifteen-minute interviews with philosophers, by philosophers; Rachel Saunders of TED is obsessed. “Episodes start with the philosopher summarizing his or her position — and then come follow-up questions and analysis.

3. Free Thinking

A BBC Radio 3 stalwart, this show features in-depth conversations with thinkers and cultural critics. Things often veer in the direction of debate.

4. Meanwhile in the Future

This new podcast from Gizmodo imagines science fiction-y futures and asks experts to take them to their most logical extremes. It’s produced and hosted by longtime TED-Ed contributor Rose Eveleth. “It’s a podcast about over thinking things,”

5. Negotiation Academy

“I really enjoyed this podcast from Slate,” says Diana Enriquez of TED’s Content team. “The hosts went through a negotiation course offered by Columbia Business School and created the show to work through some of the scenarios they learned. It provides real tools that I’ve since used to negotiate contracts and new projects.”

6. Start Up

The first season of this podcast featured Alex Blumberg sharing his story as he launched Gimlet Media. In season two, he follows two women launching a tech-based matchmaking company.

7. Manager Tools

“It’s the only podcast I ever listened to regularly,” says Dan Russell, also of our Tech team. “My favorite episode is called, ‘Do You Need to Apologize?’ It’s from 2006, but still so relevant.”

8. Planet Money

A classic NPR podcast that makes economics fun. “It’s my all-time favorite,” says Enriquez. “It encourages people to think about economics beyond interest rates and other dry topics from Economics 101.”

9. Here’s the Thing

This WNYC podcast is easily explained. It’s Alec Baldwin having a series of honest conversations with different personalities.

10. 99% Invisible

“This design podcast is one of my absolute favorites,” says Punjabi. “It brings attention to all the things that require design — think locks or money — that you might not take the time to think about. It’s a shorter show, which is nice.

Language Games to be used in the project
1. Learn English

The British Council presents a suite of super cool games covering different elements of the English language. Best of all, they encourage collaborative play between friends and siblings, particularly hoping older kids will guide younger ones in their studies.

2. Vocabulary at Many Things

Adult ESL and EFL learners sharpen their skills through the usual (but effective!) word scrambles, hangman, and other challenges frequently wielded in the classroom.

3. English Club ESL Games

EnglishClub’s massive suite of ESL games work on honing pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary through familiar activities, like hangman and word jumbles. Older students and adults in particular will find these incredible useful supplements to their classroom lessons.

4. Spelling & Word Relationships at Academic Skill Builders

Get younger kids learning proper spelling as well as how vocabulary words fit together with one another through exciting arcade-style games. Featuring aliens, fast cars, and animals, students probably won’t complain too much about these engaging animated activities!

5. Word Games at Games for the Brain

Whether an ESL/EFL adult wanting some help in classes or a native speaker just looking to build on what’s already there, this set of eclectic word games might prove invigorating. Most of them involve spelling and vocabulary, though the site does boast some great exercises in speed reading and speed typing.

6. Word Games at Merriam-Webster

Classics like Scrabble, jumbles, word searches, and crossword puzzles are absolutely perfect for adult ESL/EFL learners or native speakers wanting to build their vocabularies. But Merriam-Webster also hosts a slew of other interactive games meant to nurture literacy at the high school and college levels.

7. ABC Order

Younger learners who already know the alphabet can hop aboard this train and exercise their ability to put the letters in their correct order. It’s a simple and straightforward lesson in alphabetical order that can really lay the foundation for strong literacy and organization skills later in life.

8. Power Proof reading

Suitable for kindergartners through fifth graders, Houghton-Mifflin’s Power Proofreading challenges them to apply their knowledge of spelling and grammar to a basic editing situation. Not only does this assist in furthering their core language abilities, it bolsters reading comprehension as well.

The above activities shall continue during the College hours till the end of this Semester.

 
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Inauguration-cum-Orientation of UG Programs
First Semester BBA, B Com and BCA Programs
July 31, 2018
Venue: Sambhram Auditorium
OBJECTIVES
  • To familiarize parents of the new joined ones with the Institutional Code of Conducts
  • To have face to face interaction with faculty-parents
  • To guide new students with Institutional Code of Conducts and other guidelines of the programs they have to study in the coming three years
With the above mission this program was organised on August 02, 2018 for all First Semester Students of all three Courses of the Institution. It was an occasion facilitating all of them assembles at one place to know each other and interact to create fraternity and bond as the students of one Institution. The following Alumni graced the program:
  • Mr Deepak G R : Best Alumnus-cum- Guest [MBA 2015]
  • Ms Leelambika S : Best Alumnus-cum-Guest [ MBA 2014]
  • Ms Deeksha S : Best Alumnus-cum-Master of Ceremony [M Com 2018]
With the presence of the above Alumni we started the program @ about 11 Hours. Deeksha started the inaugural session with her initial dialogue and invited the dignitaries for lighting the auspicious lamp to mark the occasion. Soon then Prof K C Mishra, Principal gave the Key Note Address; his speech had the following thrust:
  • History of the Sambhram Group and of Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
  • About the Courses, Syllabus, Value Added Programs
  • College Code of Conduct
  • Discipline, Attendance and Other Special Measures for the betterment of Students
  • Achievements of Various Courses; Ranks and other achievements
  • Institutional-Parent Relationship in the Interest of Students and Parents
  • Placement and Industry Oriented Courses Offered
  • Career Growth of Students
  • Faculty Achievements
  • Other Institutional Details Under the Aegis of Sambhram Group
With an elaborated discussion by the Principal on the above issues our Alumni were invited to speak sharing their experiences; Leelambika highlighted on academics and placement and Deepak had to dwell on extra-curricular activities along with academics as he was more attached to the same beyond academics also. This also was necessary to learn the practicality of Management theories. We proudly say these students of ours were the best as they proved successful in all spheres of their career; Deepak’s mother’s presence in the program was something special to note as she allowed her son’s entire education @ Sambhram from PUC till MBA. Prof Raghavendra and Prof Rema Narayanswany from the Post Graduate Wing of Management spoke on the occasion highlighting about program details with value additions. Mrs Rashmi R, Placement Officer, Central Placement Cell, Sambhram Group also graced the occasion guiding the students about future placement opportunities. Prof Nirmala S, Head, School of Computer Science spoke on the occasion explaining about the BCA and MCA Courses and extended vote of thanks to all. The program was followed by networking lunch for all.
    
 
    
 
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies
Civil Defence
Students Volunteered for Crowd Management

Our B Com Fifth Semester Students: Kalandar Basha, Anish Thomas, Pavan Kalyan, Prasad V and Venkatesh R proved their Management ability acting as volunteers by managing the crowd at Sree Sai Baba Temple, Yelahanka Dairy Circle, Bangalore on account of Guru Purnima Celebrations on July 29, 2018 from 6 am till 1 pm. With the training given to them by Mr Rajendra, Civil Defence, Bangalore our students proved their hidden talent serving a great cause managing the human resource at the religious places where the mass congregate to transform them into good human beings. This kind of gesture is always appreciated when the youth act as volunteers for a social cause.

    
 
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

 

    
 
SAMBHRAM ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES GRADUATION DAY, 2018
Graduation Day 2018

 

    
    
    
Sambhram Academy of Management Studies International Day of Yoga June 21, 2018
    
Yoga Day 2018

 

    
    
    
    
   VIBEZ - 2014

In order to encourage the youth's spirit, we are organizing a 2 days inter-collegiate cultural fest VIBEZ - 14.... Feel the exuberance on 25th & 26th of April 2014.

We hearty welcome the students of your Institution to participate in the festivities and help make it a grand success.

We look forward to hearing from you about the confirmation of the participation of your Institution so that we can get in touch with you regarding this.

 

“Flavourz -2014” – a Food Festival organized by Sambhram College Of Hotel Management at Silvan Villa Convention Centre on 09/02/14 between 4 .p.m to 10 p.m .Punjabi Cuisine was chosen as Theme and it was considered as one of the distinct and Premier events of Kolar District. It was organised by Final Year Students of BHM, BBA and B.com by getting hands on Experience of Various Departments like Front Office, House Keeping, F&B Service, F&B Production, Marketing and Accounts.

Mr. K.Dhinakaran, Director, Human Resources Department, Crown Plaza, Bangalore was the Chief Guest. Executive Chef Suvaranjan Das was guest of honour along with Ms Aishwaraya Shyam, Training Manager, Zuri Hotels, Bangalore.

Ms Debika Banerjee-Training Manager ITC, Gardienia, Bangalore was also one among the guest of honours. It was presided by Shri. V .Nagraj – Vice Chairman, Sambhram Group of Institutions. It was a grand affair, as many five star hotliers, Principals of different colleges and Corporate Bigwigs visited the Food Stall to give their expert comments.

There were around 750 guests where saleable live counters in Kerala Style, Bengali style and Nepali style were a part of Food Counters.”Flavorz 2013” counter was opened for public at 7:30 p.m.The Punjabi Style cuisines were Lassi, Aloo Chat, Punjabi Murg Masala,Kadai Vegetables,Tadka Dal,Jeera Pulao,Machi Amritsari, Zaag-e-Shahi.There was a overwhelming response from the people of kolar district.

 

EVENTS

  • Panel Discussion on “Issues &Challenges on different states prospective “held on 2/2/2014.
  • A Talk by Swami Shantimayananda on “From Battle Field to Board Room” on 31/01/14.
  • Convergence-2014 on 21, 22 December-2014.
  • Seminar on “Adapting Japanese Management Practices in Indian Organization by Mr. D A Biradar,VP Finance & HR, Makino India on 29/12/2014.
  • Guest Talk on “Man Management—Are we focused” by Mr. Shankar Linga Gowda, Principal Secretary Govt .of Karnataka on 28/11/2014.
  • Guest Lecture by Dr. G Thimmaiah, Former member Union Planning Commission on the topic “Impact of Economic Reforms on Indian Economy on 17/11/2014.
  • Guest lecture by Prof. A.P.Padhi, EX-Member NAAC on “Secret of Success” on 6/11/2014.
  • 3 days orientation program for the first semester MBA.
  • FDP by Mr. Shankar Manager research and Training, PESIT, Bangalore on SPSS on 25/06/2014.
  • Guest lecture cum seminar by J Crasta, Former president of FICCI on 3/5/2014.
  • Guest lecture by Dr. Rajdeep Manwani coordinator dept. of commerce Jain University on Paradigm Shift in Advertising” on 18 /4/14.

INDUSTRIAL VISITS

  • Industrial Visit to BEML on 9/11/2014.
  • Visit to MAKINO India on 5, 6 December -2014.
  • Visit to VIKAS-SOUDHA on 7/12/2014.

MANAGEMENT CLUB ACTIVITIES

  • FINANCE CELL: NISM &SEBI certification course for finance students organized in month of November, 2014.
  • MARKETING CELL: Organised AD-MAD SHOW for the 3rd SEM MBA students.
  • HR CELL: Organized HR CASE STUDY ANALYSIS for 3rd SEM MBA students.
  • EDP CELL: Organized one day seminar on Entrepreneurship.

STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

  • Ist SEM MBA students participated in Management Fest organized by Indian Business Academy in month of February, 2014.
  • Ist MBA students participated in Christ University Management fest and secured various ranks.
  • Ist MBA students participated in STUDENT PARLIAMENT at MIT, PUNE.
  • Students participated in CSR Initiatives for Missionary of Charity by Sambhram Group of Institutions.
 
College Day

 


Fest 2014
 



VIBEZ-2014 was inaugurated by the chief guest Shri. M.R.Pujar, Assistant Commisssioner of Police ( Law & Order), Bangalore City, on 07-05-2014.

The function is presided over by Shri. V. Nagaraj, Vice Chairman, Sambhram Group.
The Guest of honors are Shri. B.N.Nagaraj, IPS (Rtd.), CEO, Sambhram Group, Shri. Dr. Jayaramaiah, Campus Director, Sambhram institutions, Shri.Dr. P.Shivananda, Principal, Sambhram Inst. of Tech.
 


Events happened between 13th March - 19th March 2014
 

  • Training for Mechanical students in the field of Aptitute and softskill.
  • Triaining for MBA (VTU) students in field of Soft skills and English enhancement, by Mr Vijayanand