The students of Suryadatta Institute of Management Mass Communication (PGDM and MBA program) organised a Global Expo on March 2, 2019. The institute ensures that various workshops, seminars, and guest lectures are conducted regularly. The reason behind this is that we understand the importance of Team Work and Team Building.

The Global Expo was country specific - geographic, political and economic information exhibition. It was a platform for students, faculty, visitors to get acquainted with global trade, current business affairs, social, cultural features and political policies of a country. The basic aim was building analytical abilities, presentation skills, team spirit and managerial perspective among students.

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The event was conducted on a vast scale where students of MBA and PGDM of Suryadatta institute participated enthusiastically. Students formed groups of five, selected a country and made geopolitical and economic data analysis.

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Analysis of countries like U.S., Canada, France, U.A.E., Russia, Germany, Netherland, China, U.K. and more was demonstrated via powerpoint presentations, videos, info graphs, charts, and many other creative ways. The culture, history, demography and the growth pattern of the chosen country were also amply demonstrated by the group.

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The entire event was assessed by many international guests as well as internal faculty and student’s peer groups. Names of few guests included Mr. Manoj Barve - India head, BVMW (German Federation Association of SMEs), Ms. Kazuko Barisic- Japanese artist and freelance advisor, Mr. Tomio Isogai – Freelance advisor in Indo-Japanese Relations, adjunct professor in D. Y. Patil Institute, Mr. Ashish Joshi –founder and director at Skillsmart World, Mr. Pushkar Panse- Director, Market Risk Change Management at Credit Suisie.

For this year, the winning team bagged a prize of INR 11,000, followed by INR 7000, INR 5000, INR 3000 and INR 1000 received by second, third, fourth and fifth runner up respectively.