Placement is one of the most critical measurements of the excellence of any B-school. It signifies the recognition of the quality and potential of the professionals graduating from an institution. Our placement record and growth has been remarkable since the inception of the college. We come out with theme based placement brochure every year. Following are some selected themes communicated through placement brochure.
PLACEMENTS 2013:- Making of the Theme “Youth, Innovation & Society – The Transcending triad we believe in….”
Innovation plays significant role in sustainable economic development of countries and upliftment of the society. The world has been transforming from industrial economy to innovations economy in which countries develop well thought out plan to integrate innovations in their core economic system. The first 100 years of the countries’ history were about who can make largest, biggest and most efficient farm. The second 100 years were about the race to build efficient factories. The third 100 years are about ideas and innovations. Those who innovate faster and better will rule world the market place.
The history of innovation dates back to ancient BC when systems for agriculture, domestication of animals, irrigation, pottery, weaving and casting of metals were invented. The Middle Ages (5th – 15th Centuries AD), often termed The Dark Ages, were actually a time of great discovery and invention. The Middle ages saw major advances in technologies like heavy plough, tidal mills, spinning wheels, hour glass, blast furnace, eye glasses, mechanical cloak and printing press. The 16th century is the period known as the Renaissance, which means “rebirth” and refers to the rediscovery of antiquity. During this period, there came many innovations in art, paintings, sculptures, drama and literature. The major inventions of the 16th century include the stocking frame, the portable watch, graphite pencils and the flush toilet, compound microscope and water thermometer. During the 17th century major changes in philosophy and science took place. There were many developments in chemistry, physics, mathematics and human anatomy in which the inventions of telescope, microscope and the force of gravity are most vital among all. The 18th century saw the widespread replacement of manual labor by new inventions and machinery. In this era, the inventions of steam engine, submarine, vaccine for smallpox, hot air balloon, threshing machine, power loom, bicycles, ball bearings, battery, chemical bleaching were most prominent.
The era of 19th century refers as industrial revolution in which major inventions like electricity, assembly line productions, railway, lamps, photography, cement, electromagnet, calculator, sewing machine, dynamite, exploration of oil and preliminary means of communication; took place. In the 20th century, major inventions like penicillin, radio, automobiles, aero planes, cell phones, spaceships, wireless technologies, computers, software, robotics and many modern innovations took place. The 21st century is the era of innovation and idea in which IT, smart phones, genetic engineering, artificial intelligence, nano technology and automation leads the pack.
Since the ages, it is noted that majority of the innovations were undertaken by the people in their young age. In the 21st century, youth has played major role in inventing break through products which not only rule the human life but also works best for betterment of the society. “Give me 100 energetic young men and I shall transform India”, Vivekananda had said once upon a time. As India is celebrating 150th birth anniversary of one of the greatest youth icon of India; Swami Vivekanand, his thoughts on youth, science, entrepreneurship, education and religion are still relevant today. According to him, youth contains supreme value and enormous power to shape future of the nation.
We, at SVIM have made deliberate efforts to mould the intellectual and energy of youth in innovative thinking with the help of innovative activities, pedagogy and research projects. To acknowledge the innovative contribution of youth to society, the brochure narrates remarkable innovations made by young people all over the world.
PLACEMENTS 2012:- Making of the Theme “Edutainment… An Academic Insight of Entertainment”
Movies have always remained an integral part of Indian Diaspora. Thinkers of various streams also comment cinema is the mirror of any society and civilization. Indian cinema has had a profound effect on cinema across India since the early 20th century. It consists of films produced across India, which includes the cinematic culture across the states. Indian cinema has a history of nearly 100 years and has become vital part of Indian society and culture.
In the 20th century, Indian cinema, along with the Hollywood and Chinese film industries, became a global enterprise. At the end of 2010 it was reported that in terms of annual film output, India ranks first, followed by Hollywood and China. Enhanced technology paved the way for upgrading from established cinematic norms of delivering product, altering the manner in which content reached the target audience, as per regional tastes. Indian cinema found markets in over 90 countries where films from India are screened.
Following India’s independence, the period from the late 1940s to the 1960s are regarded by film historians as the ’Golden Age’ of Indian Cinema. There have generally been six major influences that have shaped the conventions of Indian popular cinema. The first was the ancient Indian epics of Mahabharata and Ramayana which have exerted a profound influence on the thought and imagination of Indian popular cinema, particularly in its narratives. Examples of this influence include the techniques of a side story, back-story and story within a story. The second influence was the impact of ancient Sanskrit drama, with its highly stylized nature and emphasis on spectacle, where music, dance and gesture combined “to create a vibrant artistic unit with dance and mime being central to the dramatic experience. The third influence was the traditional folk theatre of India, which became popular from around the 10th century with the decline of Sanskrit theatre. The fourth influence was Parsi theatre, which “blended realism and fantasy, music and dance, narrative and spectacle, earthy dialogue and ingenuity of stage presentation, integrating them into a dramatic discourse of melodrama.
The fifth influence was Hollywood, where musicals were popular from the 1920s to the 1950s, though Indian filmmakers departed from their Hollywood counterparts in several ways. The final influence was the Western musical television, particularly MTV, which has had an increasing influence since the 1990s, as can be seen in the pace, camera angles, dance sequences and music of recent Indian films. In nutshell, the evolution of cinema in India is scientific and processional. Apart, Indian movies and cinema laid plethora of lessons for the society and it’s conscientious. Here, in MBA programme we also keep two sessions in week reserved to show movies based on socio-cultural issues and different themes of learning. Movies are the medium easily understood by Generation X and Generation Y people in India. Further, for accentuating the significance of movies and its impact on our life and decision making some sample movie lessons have been narrated in the Brochure. At last in India, Contemporary Films are growing at breat-neck pace, also reveal the facts of life-style and choices one can easily plan for their prospective business plans on the basis of lessons learned from this kind of movies.
PLACEMENTS 2011:- Making of the Theme “Integrating ancestral scripture values…in unprecedented way ahead…..”
Every now and then we keep listening people telling, the heritage values and ancestral learning is loosing its roots in India. We deliberated our, this year final placement brochure in the same line, and attempted to revisit our historical monuments and ancient wisdom in various forms. It is apparent from vedic civilization to Confucianism the study of ancestral values enlighten us about moral, social, political, philosophical, and quasi-religious thought that influenced the culture and history of Asia and other continents in later part.
Borrowing from sociology and anthropology, religion studies teaches us to observe. Further, the examination of ritual is not limited to the precincts of a church, temple or holy place. Even for the most secular among us, life is guided by rituals. Everyday activities guided by rules and conventions seem to offer us both practical results and a sense of meaning and structure.
Our ancestors laid scrupulous norms for society and human being and this has been witnessed even 2,00,000 years back at the time of eve. The civilization of human being unveils the secrets of all religions. The scripture of all religions reveal enormous values, virtues, versatility and patience through which our innovations and inventions shaped up.
Yoga, meditation, austerities, sacrifices and other rites, ceremonies like marriage, state affairs, social life, and poetry are forms of various activities of human being and the goal of all of these is the One Reality, and that is the goal of the Vedas also. All objects and all entities other than this true object are subject to change. In our ignorance we do not perceived the One object behind the manifoldness of the world. The Vedas take us to the One Reality through the multifarious objects that we do know. In our modest effort of making the brochure we associated all our institutional processes with Hinduism, Jainism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Sikhism and other religions of the world with their holistic messages to the world, for social wellbeing. We also visited the eternal monuments of India located in Gujarat and in the periphery of the institute to acquaint the students about rich heritage of India. We believe, eventually, “we are suppose to preserve and maintain our ancestral values and rich heritage” for eternal existence of values in mankind.
PLACEMENTS 2010:- Making of the Theme “Ameliorating…by sensibly environmental”
A blame game is currently on between the developed and developing countries on who is responsible for the Global warming specter that the world faces. Climate change is real and its existence is supported by an Overwhelming amount of scientific evidence. This “non-troversy” must not derail international efforts to respond to a serious and growing threat to our planet. French President Nicolas Sarkozy’s words “A failure in Copenhagen would be a catastrophe for each and every one of us,” accentuate the acute need of initiatives for climate change and global warming by and large. Being a civic citizen of the world it’s high time for us to decipher the wake-up call. At S.V. Institute of Management we believe in benevolence and follow it in every possible way. At the end of the day we are responsible for this iniquity of the phenomenon known as global warming. This placement brochure is our unpretentious effort for reminding the stakeholders of the society the significance of reducing carbon emission and helping the generation next. At S.V. Institute of Management societal well-being and stakeholders’ care remains always priority the way which some elements enrich the environment. We urge for the environmental concern and hope the journey will be accompanied by our valuable stakeholders for making this planet exquisite.
PLACEMENTS 2009 – Making of the theme “Changing the orbit by visualizing the flip side of panaroma”
Last financial year witnessed astounding phenomenon in term of economic environment and Indian Diaspora. When, the western continent faces the music of recession, India still manages the legitimate growth. The recession nod the head to U.S, several Asian countries also find it difficult to rid from this perplexed economic situations. India somehow, managed all this odds but not untouched from this viral. Here, at SVIM we believe in flip of the panorama. Relentless innovation in pedagogy, unfaltering efforts, understanding the turf and adaptability definitely helps us in conquering the grounds. We try in all our endeavors to visualize the flip side and nurture our students who can manage these odds in demanding corporate conditions. Again to cope up with ever changing corporate requirement, we make them swear for changing the orbits and understanding the environment in real time.
PLACEMENTS 2008- Making of the Theme “Vision for Transcendence”
Sea changes have taken place in the last decade in the various practices followed by corporate. Transformations have taken place in marketing, finance, Human resource, Information system, logistics and other functional areas of corporate. Here, at S.V.Institute of Management we embedded the environment in which student nurtured with value system and develop their candor professional career. We understand for the transcendence, we need to impart skills in line with the requirement of arena. Vigorous efforts from both faculties and students may help in creating an unassailable organization and serve the society in its true sense. Our endeavors are towards visualizing the changes and try to put unpretentious efforts for the budding professionals of the institute. Scrupulous working for upcoming changes and institutionalizing of them in real time may help us in our achievement of milestones.