JAGSoM

Student Life at JAGSOM

JAGSOM believes in the principle that a sound mind and fit body is essential for any management graduate to survive a long strenuous career. Students are encouraged to have a vibrant and engaging schedule during their two years on campus. Students are involved in a variety of extracurricular and cocurricular activities. The diverse clubs, events and competitions provide an opportunity to students to develop and showcase their talent.
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JAGSOM believes in the principle that a sound mind and fit body is essential for any management graduate to survive a long strenuous career. Students are encouraged to have a vibrant and engaging schedule during their two years on campus. Students are involved in a variety of extracurricular and cocurricular activities. The diverse clubs, events and competitions provide an opportunity to students to develop and showcase their talent.

Effective Execution (EE)

The Effective Execution intervention aims at enhancing the ability of students to address the challenges of collaboration, conflict resolution, timely and cost-effective execution of critical activities to achieve specific milestones in institution building activities.

The course focuses on developing execution skills of management students by focusing on ‘Learning by Doing’ as managers and future leaders. Students are expected to understand the role and responsibility of a manager, cognitive ambidexterity of an administrator and agile leadership style of an effective leader while facing the ambiguity of the VUCA world.

Each first-year student compulsorily becomes the part of one committee. The student is empowered to take a lead or a collaborative role to envision the committee’s developmental goals, strategic goals, and streamline routine activities.

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1. Banking Committee
2. Analytics Committee
3. Martech Committee
4. Fintech Committee
5. Capital Markets
6. HR Committee
7. PEP and Student Affairs Committee
8. Sales & Service Committee
9. Admission Committee
10. Alumni Committee
11. CSR Committee
12. External Relations and Placements
13. PR & Digital Marketing
14. IC committee
15. Academic & Competition Committee
16. Cultural Committee
17. Innovation Incubation Committee

Outbound Leadership Lab (OLL)

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Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)

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Social Immersion Program (SIP)

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Kanyathon – An Experential Program for Social Impact

Kanyathon is a student-driven Annual Charity Marathon that raises funds to uplift the lives of the girl child and for women empowerment in order to make social impact and impact UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 1 ‘No Poverty’ and SDG 5 ‘Gender Equality’).

Kanyathon has been generating surplus funds every year since its inception. The funds have been deployed towards COVID relief, towards development of adopted villages in Kolar and towards the Kanyathon Shiksha Kendra.

This year, in spite of the pandemic, Kanyathon generated surplus funds of INR 30 lakhs through virtual runs and E-gaming events.

The funds from the sales proceeds have improved the living conditions of the girl child of the villages in India and in the JAGSOM adopted villages in Kolar under the Indian government’s Unnat Bharat Abigyan scheme. The Kanyathon Kolar project managed by our partner NGO, Child Rights and You (CRY), aided by our students, monitor, protect and promote child rights with strategic activities at the child, family, community and government systems level.

Year Registrations Footfall (approx.) Revenue Expenses Surplus Funds
2019 4000 3000 INR 36,00,000 INR 20,00,000 INR 16,00,000
2020 10076 6500 INR 46,00,000 INR 23,00,000 INR 23,00,000
2021 4500 4500 INR 42,00,000 INR 12,00,000 INR 30,00,000
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Kanyathon 2022

“We are running for a safer world for women”.

Glimpse of Kanyathon 2022 held on 16th April 2022 by Jagdish Seth School of management, Bangalore.

Support the daughter of India.

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Innovations that Inspire Award

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Student Skill Enhancement

The Integrated Circle of Holistic and Social Development
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The Integrated Circle of Holistic and Social Development

Student Skill Enhancement

CSR Club Activities

Some of the recent activities organized by the CSR Club were:

Some of the recent activities organized by the CSR Club were:

  • Human Rights Day celebration – A platform was enabled for all the members of the JAGSOM family to step up and express their views on human rights and social evils.
  • Play and Dance for Shiksha Aadhar kids during Kanyathon 2020
  • Collected clothes from faculty and students to distribute to Sneha Jyoti Old Age Home and Orphanage.
  • Raised money to help HOPE trust build toilet and propagate hygiene methods to the children of Nilgiri Government school, Tamil Nadu.
  • Collaborated with Ananth Nagar School and arranged 24 kids as cheerleaders to motivate the runners during Kanyathon.
  • Donations raised for giving food to the poor and destitute during corona in collaboration with an NGO named YUVA.
  • CSR volunteers from JAGSOM have come forward with a kind gesture and gathered important items for those who have suffered in the North Karnataka floods last year.
  • A Plog run as a part of Daan Utsav was organised by IFIM Institutions CSR Team. The event involved jogging & picking up trashes as you jog. It also brings together people for a noble cause. The initiative saw 138 runners participate to clean the city.
  • Blood Donation Camp – On the account of DaanUtsav 2019, IFIM CSR Club organised an on-campus blood donation drive. The event also had Eye and Dental check-ups.
  • The Class of 2020 undertook social projects with NGOs in rural areas across India, ranging from Kolar to Ladakh. The student groups worked across diverse areas such as waste management, sustainable solutions, environment improvement, education for children, and women empowerment, to name a few.
  • Five student groups were immersed in Social work across the 5 villages in Kolar adopted by JAGSOM, under Unnat Bharat Abhiyan in Kolar, impacting seven SDGs.
  • Our Social Immersion Program was a Finalist at the NHRDN CSR Best Practices Showcase in 2019 and also won the “Best CSR Practices award in the Higher Educational Institutes” category from Rotary Karnataka last year.
  • As a part of their Social Immersion Project, our students undertook a life changing journey to a village called Kharu, near Leh. Follow the given link to view the documentary on Team IFIM @ Leh: https://youtu.be/Jc34f6zZrXQ
  • Shiksha Adhaar, a student initiative from IFIM Institutions, along with V.B Padode Centre for Sustainability, helps under privileged kids cope with their homework and reinforces concepts taught in schools. Shiksha Adhaar operates out of our hostels to help children in neighbouring villages.

Human Rights Day celebration – A platform was enabled for all the members of the JAGSOM family to step up and express their views on human rights and social evils.

Play and Dance for Shiksha Aadhar kids during Kanyathon 2020

Collected clothes from faculty and students to distribute to Sneha Jyoti Old Age Home and Orphanage.

Raised money to help HOPE trust build toilet and propagate hygiene methods to the children of Nilgiri Government school, Tamil Nadu.

Collaborated with Ananth Nagar School and arranged 24 kids as cheerleaders to motivate the runners during Kanyathon.

Donations raised for giving food to the poor and destitute during corona in collaboration with an NGO named YUVA.

CSR volunteers from JAGSOM have come forward with a kind gesture and gathered important items for those who have suffered in the North Karnataka floods last year.

A Plog run as a part of Daan Utsav was organised by JAGSoM Institutions CSR Team. The event involved jogging & picking up trashes as you jog. It also brings together people for a noble cause. The initiative saw 138 runners participate to clean the city.

Blood Donation Camp – On the account of DaanUtsav 2019, JAGSoM institutions CSR Club organised an on-campus blood donation drive. The event also had Eye and Dental check-ups.

The Class of 2020 undertook social projects with NGOs in rural areas across India, ranging from Kolar to Ladakh. The student groups worked across diverse areas such as waste management, sustainable solutions, environment improvement, education for children, and women empowerment, to name a few.

Five student groups were immersed in Social work across the 5 villages in Kolar adopted by JAGSOM, under Unnat Bharat Abhiyan in Kolar, impacting seven SDGs.

Our Social Immersion Program was a Finalist at the NHRDN CSR Best Practices Showcase in 2019 and also won the “Best CSR Practices award in the Higher Educational Institutes” category from Rotary Karnataka last year.

As a part of their Social Immersion Project, our students undertook a life changing journey to a village called Kharu, near Leh. Follow the given link to view the documentary on Team IFIM @ Leh:
https://youtu.be/Jc34f6zZrXQ

Shiksha Adhaar, a student initiative from JAGSoM Institutions, along with V.B Padode Centre for Sustainability, helps under privileged kids cope with their homework and reinforces concepts taught in schools. Shiksha Adhaar operates out of our hostels to help children in neighbouring villages.

25th Year Celebrations

The students of JAGSOM actively and enthusiastically participated in the 25th year celebrations and made it exciting and vibrant. They organized a series of events for 25 consecutive days in the month of February 2020, to embody the spirit and celebrate the Silver Jubilee.

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25th Year Celebrations

The students of JAGSOM actively and enthusiastically participated in the 25th year celebrations and made it exciting and vibrant. They organized a series of events for 25 consecutive days in the month of February 2020, to embody the spirit and celebrate the Silver Jubilee.

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Student Competitions

Our students participate and win accolades in a number of Business School and inter-college competitions as well as organize competitions.
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  • A student team competed with 22 B-Schools and secured the 3rd place in the Bajaj Finance Eon competition.
  • PGDM students, Achala Tiwari & Avi Choudhury won the 3rd prize at IIM Kashipur’s National Level Economics competition, Arthashashtra.
  • Emphoria 2020, India’s biggest Virtual Marketing Contest was conducted from 10 -12th of July 2020, by the Digital Marketing Committee.

Student Fests

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Toastmasters Club

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THEME BASED CURRICULUM

PEOPLE

Understanding Workforce Management in the MSME sector workplace.

– Organization Structure options.

– Challenges of HR planning, talent acquisition, talent management, learning and development, compensation and benefits for MSMEs.

– HR Policy, HR Manual, and Service Rules

– Employee relations – Central labour laws applicable to MSMEs; state amendments in Karnataka; other labour laws applicable in Karnataka; key compliance issues and penal provisions.

– Future implications of the proposed Labour Code.

THEME BASED CURRICULUM

 MONEY

Raising capital

– Utilization and allocation of capital

– Managing cost & cash

– Understanding the financial health of business

– Reporting

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