Events Held

Navsahyadri Group of Institutes (NESGI), Naigaon, Nasrapur, Pune has a rich tradition of pursuing excellence and has continually reinvented itself in terms of academic programs, research, infrastructure and industry collaborations. This has time and again been emphasized by Shri P N Suke, President, Navsahyadri Education Society to minimize the gap between the academia and industry to ensure high standards of professionalism in all walks of life. With this vision NESGI organized its 3rd HR Meet, “Need for Enhancing Skills for Industry 4.0” on 8th Sep. 2018, wherein over 55 HR managers, industry veterans, business leaders, academicians, entrepreneurs from different industry in the region including few selected students participated in the event. The HR Meet was organized under the umbrella of Industry 4.0. The Key Note in the Meet was delivered by Mr. Nitesh Singh, Director, Cloud Operations in Silicus Technology pvt. ltd., Pune, IT Park Aundh. He is also an author of a book called “Transform Yourself from Individual Contributor to Group Leader”.  Mr. Nitesh Singh emphasized his 5-mantras on “How to Convert Your Organization to Great Place of Work”. The mantras are:
  1. Set up platform for 2 way communication;
  2. Build 2 way trust between management and your employee’s;
  3. Put an effective employee’s career development framework in place;
  4. Benchmark each team/organization goals against the goals of a top performing organization of your business domain;
  5. Make reward and recognition a special thing but be lavish in giving it to justified people.
2nd session of the HR Meet was a panel discussion on “Skill Development vrs Skill Enhancement” wherein the panelist were from Industry and Academia. They were Mr. Vijay Chandras, Factory Head, Superpaint Pvt. Ltd., Mr. Rohit Ghosh, Founder Director, The Pedagogy and Dr. R. J. Patil, Principal, Faculty of Engineering. Panel discussion was moderated by Mr. Rohan Deliwala, Sr. Manager, VolksWagen. While each panelist expressed his views on the questions thrown by the moderator, the industry participants in the audience also actively participated and generated enough heat in the entire discussion as each question was also floated open to get more views.  Following major issues were debated in the panel discussion:
  1. What do organizations struggle for ‘Hard Skills’ or ‘Soft Skills’ ?
  2. What gives more stress to Organization ‘Skill Development’ or ‘Skill Enhancement’?
  3. Which has better ROI ‘Skill Development’ or ‘Skill Enhancement’?
  4. How can value chain be improved?
  5. Should skill development be pushed back to Academia or to stay with industry?
  6. How can Industry- Academia collaborate for skill development so that organization can improve ROI?
  7. How can Industry- Academia collaborate for skill development ?
  8. Top issues faced by Industry for skilling?
    1. Entry level
    2. Middle Management
    3. Management
    4. Where can Academia help industry to solve it’s problems?
Entire discussion on the topic culminated into a very healthy and mutually inclusive debate wherein both the industry and academia agreed and resolved to the following points:
  1. More such interactions are needed on regular frequency
  2. To make it more effective and scalable, sector-wise meeting to be organised
  3. Students from the Navsahyadri Group to be involved in industry to undertake live projects
  4. Joint committees between the industry and Navsahyadri to be formed to achieve bigger objectives bridging the gap between the industry and academia on various fronts
  5. Industry groomed students from the Navsahyadri to be absorbed by the neighboring companies on the preferential basis
  6. MDPs on various subjects/ topics for industry to be organized in the Campus of Navsahyadri
Dr. K S Charak, Director, Faculty of Management, Navsahyadri Group of Institutes and coordinator of the program summarized the event and proposed the vote of thanks for all speakers and participants from the Industry and Academia.
Navsahyadri Group of Institutes, Faculty of Management –MBA is organizing an Induction Program for MBA students from 6th to 9th August 2018. The Industrial world has become, demanding and they demand the young blood to be proactive and prepared as per the need of the market. Keeping this in the mind, Dr. K.S. Charak, Director has decided to keep i.Induct 4.0 as the theme of the induction program Mr. Raja Kharadkar, an Industrialist was the chief guest, Dr. Shripad Shingwekar,  Group Head, HR and Admin,  Maruti Suzuki India ltd. was the guest of honour for the Inaugural Session. Shri. P. N. Suke,  President, Navsahyadri Group, Mr. Rohan Deliwala, Sr. Manager,   Volkswagen, Mr. Rohit Ghosh,  Sr. Coach and Consultant, Mr. Anand Itraj,  Maruti Suzuki India Ltd., Dr. R.J. Patil, Principal, Engineering Department were the dignitaries present at the session. Dr. Kuldip S Charak welcomed and felicitated the guests. On this occasion Dr. Charak highlighted about comparative analysis and future growth scope of MBA vs. MBA+. Mr. Raja Kharadkar explained that Managers think of present and Leaders think of future. Leaders are visionary and "Lead from the Front". Shri P.N. Suke notified the students that Industry stands on Quality, Consistency and Commitment.  Dr. Shripad Shingwekar shared 10 mantras of successful career. Post inaugural session Mr. Mahesh M., CEO, Ishanya has addressed the students on importance of Quality, Communication and Presentation in corporate world. Mr. Rohan Deliwala expressed the importance of communication in corporate life, whereas Mr. Rohit Ghosh did the decoding of MBA+. Day2 started with management games and followed by a session of Mr. Neeraj Madhekar, Group Executive Vice President, Yes bank. He addressed the students on ground realities in corporate world. Mrs. Shivangi Datir, HR Consultant has conducted MBTI Psychometric test of the students. The Program was conceptualized by Dr. Kuldip Charak and supported by the faculty members.

5th National Conference ‘Quest – 2018’ “Skilling India & Entrepreneurship Development” on 7th & 8th February 2018

1 Inaugural session Navsahyadari Group of Institutes – Faculty of Management has organized 5th national conference Quest 2018 on 7th & 8th February 2018. In last 4 years, Navsahayadri Institute has put all the hard efforts in not only highlighting the contemporary Issues of Business world but also, with the help of experts, panelists, researchers and paper presenters tried to discuss brainstorm and bring out the solution for the situations. To continue with the tradition, the theme of the National conference was “Skilling India & Entrepreneurship Development” Dr. Kuldip S. Charak, Director, Navsahyadri MBA & Conference Chairman has delivered the welcome address. During his address, he highlighted the importance of the theme & requirement of Skilling India & Entrepreneurship for the development of the nation. Chief Guest, Mr. Tomio Isogai, Ex Managing Director of Sharp India Ltd., Keynote Speaker, Mr. Gajanan Umarekar, Sr. Manager, Cognizant Business Consulting, Guests of Honour Dr. K.S. Anandram, Senior Director, International School of Business & Research, Bengaluru, Dr. Parag Kalkar, Director, Sinhgad Institute of Management, Pune, Mrs. Sayali Suke, Vice President, Navsahyadri Education Society & Hon. Shri P.N. Suke, President, Navsahyadri Education Society graced the Inaugural Session. Prof. (Dr.) Satish Sharma, Director General & Professor, Maharaja Group of Colleges, Udaipur, Rajasthan, Dr. Anand Dadas, Director, Neville Wadia Institute of Management Studies & Research, Pune. Dr. Sanjay Dharmadhikari, Director, Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management, Talegaon, Pune, Dr. Devidas B. Bharati, Director, Rajgad Institute of Management Research and Development, Pune, Dr. Tanaji Salve, Principal, DEA’s Shankarrao Bhelke College, Nasarapur, Dr. L. K. Tripathy, Director, Global Business School & Reseach Centre & Dean, Faculty of Management, Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Tathawade, Pune, Dr. Rudra Rameshwar, Professor, L. M. Thapar School of Management, (Thapar University, Patiala), Dr. Sushama Chaphalkar, Principal, SP College Jejuri, Founder Director, Vidya Pratishthan Art, Science & Commerce College, Baramati had chaired the various Plenary Sessions. Dr. Amrik Singh, CEO, Satya Group of Institutes, Faridabad, Haryana, Dr. Preeti M. Kulkarni, Director, Navjeevan Institute of Management, Nasik, Dr. Rupesh J Patil, Principal, Navshayadri Group of Institutes – College of Engineering had chaired the Technical Session. Chairman, Dr. E.B. Khedkar, Vice Chancellor, Dr. Ajinkya D.Y. Patil University, Pune & Co-chairman, Dr. Ripu R. Sinha, Professor, S.S. Jain Subodh, P.G. Autonomous College, Jaipur, Director General at Asia Africa Development Council has graced the Valedictory Session. Various participants, paper presenters and paper publishers from different parts of the country were present during these 2 days of National Conference.

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Effective learning methodology harps on the contents those have practical orientation, directly or indirectly deduced from the live or near-live experiences from the industry. This approach is the most desirable as of date and also highly in sync with the industry expectations from the B-School churn-outs.

B-Schools providing simulated industry environment to the students always give an edge while sculpting their desired persona. This noble cause can be undertaken only by highly skilled faculty members who possess the qualities of writing professional Case-studies and also have the desired skills to use such Cases as an effective learning tool in the classrooms. This is with above background, a 2-day FDP on “Cases – Writing and Using as Effective Learning Tool” has been conceptualized and being organized at Navsahyadri Group of Institutes, Faculty of Management – MBA & MCA, Nasrapur, Pune during 19th and 20th April 2017 in our Campus.

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SPSS & AMOS Workshop

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The Complex business environment of today marked by tough challenges and greater opportunities has rendered managerial decision making process more difficult than ever before. Experience shows that decisions taken on the basis of thorough data analysis will lead to greater ease in achieving the organizational objectives. Thus need for use of data analysis tools has never been so wanting earlier. Hence, being in B-school, it becomes far more important for us to enable both the faculty members as well as the future managers (our students) to enable them acquire such inevitable skills.

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4th National Conference

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The Complex business environment of today marked by tough challenges and greater opportunities has rendered managerial decision making process more difficult than ever before. Experience shows that decisions taken on the basis of thorough data analysis will lead to greater ease in achieving the organizational objectives. Thus need for use of data analysis tools has never been so wanting earlier. Hence, being in B-school, it becomes far more important for us to enable both the faculty members as well as the future managers (our students) to enable them acquire such inevitable skills.

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The Complex business environment of today marked by tough challenges and greater opportunities has rendered managerial decision making process more difficult than ever before. Experience shows that decisions taken on the basis of thorough data analysis will lead to greater ease in achieving the organizational objectives. Thus need for use of data analysis tools has never been so wanting earlier. Hence, being in B-school, it becomes far more important for us to enable both the faculty members as well as the future managers (our students) to enable them acquire such inevitable skills.

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