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Volume 1, Issue 5, June 2011

The LAMPS team welcomes Prof. Munish Sapra as our new Mentor and Guide. Prof. Management Sciences & Dean Resource Generation & Planning B.Tech IIT Kanpur MBA, FMS Delhi Ex. Country Head, Scotia Bank Canada

IN THIS ISSUE

Welcome Mr. Sapra and Mr. Atul Career Awareness Workshop MBA 4th Sem Farewell

. Students are the reason for a university, but the faculty are its core, as they teach and inspire the next generation of scientists, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs, artists, doctors, and other professionals. In order for the college to continue to succeed, we must think creatively and seek out ways to capitalize on our strengths. And we must be an agent of change. We are all delighted to have such a vibrant and extremely knowledgeable person as Dean Management Sciences.

Business News Presentation Shivalik, Base Colors of India Winner of Photography Competition Shoolini University tie up with the British Council Final Match of Inter Department Cricket Tournament Shoolini MBA Team participated in a 5 days Bike Expedition “MotoHawks� School of Business Management welcome new members in the Family University News Punjab Farm Fresh Products Ltd. Student Diary nd th 2 & 4 semester MBA students visited Elder Pharmaceuticals Dr. Sulochana & Dr. Nisha visit to HPU Shimla Admirable Student

It is delightful to learn that School of Business Management, Shoolini University places the highest importance on recruiting the brightest and the most talented and dedicated faculty. Our faculty inspires students' curiosity by introducing them to some of the world's greatest mysteries and most profound questions. We know that your enthusiasm and discoveries will enrich our life as well. We believe it is critical to recruit both junior and senior faculty to the college. Junior faculty brings the latest training in their field and the excitement of a new career, while senior professors bring greater experience and an established record of success. Having a balanced combination of the two, as well as of faculty in the middle stages of their careers, ensures departmental success and longevity. As alumni and friends of the college, our readers are the last people who need to be told that business has changed dramatically over the past 25 years. Barriers to trade have fallen, Asia has risen, and the competition for jobs and business opportunities that was once defined by local, regional, and national economic zones has long gone fully global. As business goes so, inevitably, must go business education. Change is everywhere, and the college is ready to embrace it. We have to be ready. We have to be agile. We have to be inventive. The challenge is to maintain progress towards our strategic goals, even if the rate of progress has changed from what was planned. Every shift provides opportunity. What does that entail? There is no one-size-fits-all path, but there are some universal principles. We want the students of School of Business Management, to find their passion. And we are sure that all these thoughts will get voice with your esteem guidance.

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WELCOME MR. SAPRA AND MR. ATUL

It has been a tremendous pleasure to witness the joining of two great corporate leaders, Mr. Munish Sapra and Mr. Atul Khosla, with the Shoolini family. Mr. Sapra has joined as new Dean Academics MBA department and Mr. Atul Khosla as Executive Head Shoolini University . This has been a blend of the corporate world and the world of academics. We welcome both with open arms.

CAREER AWARENESS WORKSHOP th

On 8 June 2011, a workshop was held in Shoolini University, Bhajol. The basic idea behind the workshop was to hold an interaction with the BBA students of SILB as well as other institutes. The workshop started with a presentation by Aspire group on personality development and communication skills. The members of the group made the students play management games and did a lot of exercises as well. After that, an interaction session with the recently selected students by Genpact was held. The selected students shared their experiences of two years in this university and motivated the newcomers.

SHOOLINI UNIVERSITY TIE UP WITH THE BRITISH COUNCIL

Shoolini University has set tie ups with the British council for the development of the communication skills of the students of the University. This will enable the students to communicate fluently in the international language along with removing all the flaws. This will further help in grooming their all-round personality by building their inner self confidence.

PRESENTATION SHIVALIK, BASE, COLORS OF INDIA

Last month, companies like Shivalik bimetals, Base Corporation and Colors of India visited Shoolini University to hold an interaction session with the students along with finding the eligible prospects. These companies gave presentations about their workings and answered the queries of the students.

Business News 1. Bharti Airtel to merge mobile, DTH & telemedia businesses; 2,000 jobs may be lost Bharti Airtel has embarked on a restructuring exercise that will merge three separate businesses, triggering a large-scale job cull for the first time in the services sector since the 2008 economic slowdown. Under this exercise, Bharti Airtel plans to merge its mobile, satellite TV ( DTH )), and fixed-line & broadband telemedia business, which jointly account for about 90% of the company's revenues and the vast majority of its workforce, into a single entity.

2. Government takes control of Singur Nano factory

The Mamata Banerjee government seems to be inching towards return of land from the disputed site in Singur, even as it fights a legal battle in Calcutta high court. The Tata Nano factory was virtually taken over by the Hooghly administration on Thursday. Inventory of the articles inside the abandoned site was also conducted.

3. Hero Honda becomes Hero MotoCorp Hero Honda Motors Ltd, the world's largest two-wheeler company by volume, on Friday got shareholders' approval to change its corporate name to Hero MotoCorp Ltd. The shareholders' approval will now be forwarded to the Registrar of Companies for final changes. Japan's Honda Motor is exiting Hero Honda Motors after a 27-year partnership with the Munjals' Hero Group. The joint venture was India's largest motorcycle manufacturer with more than half the domestic market.

Winner of Photography Competition Neha Thakur Shivendra Gupta

Accept the challenges, so you may feel the exhilaration of victory.

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MBA 4th Sem Farewell It was 17th of May 2011, B. Com. 1st year students organized a memorable Farewell Party for MBA 4th Semester students. The Party started at 4:00 pm. B. Com. Students bided a warm Welcome to all the MBA 4th semester Students. Honorable Vice Chancellor Mr. P. K. Khosla blessed the students and the faculty members with his valuable speech. Prof. J.B. Nadda, the then Director of Management Department addressed the students . The function comprised of the activities like, Ramp Walk (individual and couple), Mouth Spoon Holding, Paper Couple Dance, Couple Dance.

Genpact recruits Shoolini University student. Genpact have visited Shoolini University for Campus placements. After rigorous interview Genpact selected students for final placements and summer interns. Package for final placements is upto 6 lakhs and Summer Trainees are being paid handsome stipend along with accommodation.

Final Match of Inter Department Cricket Tournament The University Sports Committee organized an inter department cricket tournament in the months of April and May. The final match of the tournament played between the teams of MSc. Biotechnology and B. Tech on May 21st 2011 at Nauni University Cricket Stadium. The match paved totally a one sided win for MSc. Biotechnology team who had defeated M. Tech by a margin of 67 runs in the semifinal of the tournament. In the final match, MSc. Biotech again represented a tremendous model of fair play as well as sportsmanship and team work. After winning the toss, Mr. Ashwani Bhardwaj, the Captain Cool of MSc. Biotechnology team elected to Bat first, and the batsmen proved the decision fruitful by setting a remarkable target of 178 in 20 overs. When the opponents came to bat, they were really aspired to chase it down, but the streamline attack of MSc. Biotech pacers render them to do so. The entire squad of B.Tech felt down to the total of 87 runs and MSc. Biotech registered a one sided win by a margin of 90 runs. Mr. Anuj Sharma of MSc. Biotech was the Player of the Match for his brilliant performance, while Mr. Ashwani Bhardwaj, the Captain of MSc. Biotech team awarded the Player of the

Admirable student

School of business management runs a student recognition programme in which we nominate a student in every edition for exemplary academic efforts, citizenship and volunteer service etc The outstanding student for bi month is Gajendra Vardhan (MBA 4th sem )

Congratulations MBA students for 100% result in the 3rd Semester. Congratulation to * Dr. Lakshmi M bhagat * Shivendra Gupta * Neha Thakur For securing good marks in 3rd sem

GENPACT TO VISIT IN JULY TO SYNCHRONIZE THE SYLLABUS Genpact will be coming in July to synchronize the syllabus for the MBA department so that the student may be groomed from the beginning itself by having a tinge of the corporate world as a part of their MOU with Shoolini University.

School of Business Management welcomes new members in the Family In just a few weeks from now, School of Business Management, Shoolini University will admit the new batch of 2011-13. The Commencement 2011 will mark the start of a new pursuit, where keen and excited students will embark on a journey -- from campus to corporate sector. Orientation Programs will have lectures from industry stalwarts, introduction by faculty & seniors to life campus life, and a healthy dose of outdoor and fun activities.

“As a small business person, you have no greater leverage than the truth�.

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Keep Informed... University News: Summer Inspire Science Camp-I from June 29-July 3,2011 organised by Shoolini University Shoolini University Organised 3 science camps last year for 900 students of class XI and Class XII from Himachal Pradesh who were among 1% toppers of class X HP Board Examination, CBSE & ICSE Board. Shoolini University has again been indentified for organising Second Set of Four Science camps for 1000 students under "INSPIRE" programme by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India. The First Camp is scheduled for June 29th to July 3rd,2011.

Vishal Retail Limited, which plans to launch hundreds of Mega Malls throughout India under a new brand name V2, has selected nine 4th semester MBA students of Shoolini University as management trainees. These nine 4th semester MBA students went through two levels of selection process to get selected. The first round of selection took place on 6 May, 2011, when officials of Vishal Retail Limited visited the University for Campus Interviews. During this first round, twentynine MBA students appeared in group discussions and interviews. Subsequently nine out these twenty-nine students got shortlisted for second round. Second round of selection process took place at corporate office of Vishal Retail Limited located at Delhi on 13 May, 2011. In this second and final round, all nine shortlisted 4th semester MBA students of Shoolini University got selected as Management Trainees. The successful candidates include Anita Kanwar (Delhi), Chander Mohan (Delhi), Kumar Gautam (Delhi), Shilpa Sharma (Delhi), Swati Gupta (Delhi), Karan Sharma (Shimla), Amrita Gautam (Shimla), Suman Mehta (Solan), and Pritkia Thakur (Solan).

Student Diary:NALDEHRA Located at distance of 22 km from Shimla, Naldehra (2044 m) is a heaven for tourists. It boasts of the oldest 9 hole golf course in the country. The well groomed Golf Course is a lovely verdant, perhaps one of the finest and sporty in India. Crowned with a springing turf the Golf Course was suggested by Lord Curzon. He was so enchanted by the place that he gave his daughter Alexendra, "Naldehra" as her second name. It is the venue of many competitions. The Nag temple is also situated here and Naldehra derives its name from it.

KASAULI This small hill station seems to live in time warp that belongs to the 19th century. The narrow roads of Kasauli (1951m) slither up and down the hillside and offer some magnificent vistas. Directly below is the spread of vast plains of Punjab and Haryana which as darkness falls, unroll a gorgeous carpet of twinkling lights. At 3647 m, the peak of Choor Chandni also called the Choordhar powerfully dominates the lower hills and across the undulating ranges, Shimla is visible. The upper and lower malls run through Kasauli's length and one can enjoy longs walks. A mixed forest of pine, oak and huge horse-chestnut encircles the town. Its colonial ambience is reinforced by stretch of cobbled road, quaint shops, gabled houses with charming facades and scores of neat little gardens and orchards.

Shoolini University's 2nd & 4th semester MBA students visited the cosmetics manufacturing plant of Elder Pharmaceuticals located at Paonta Sahib. Company officials gave them a Presentation about the company and its management systems. Factory Managers explained to students, the manufacturing processes of cosmetics in factory and took them around in Quality Control, Production and Packaging Divisions. During the visit, the students also got a chance to interact with General Manager and Regional Head of Elder Pharmaceuticals Shashi Pujari. GM also shared his valuable practical management skills with MBA students. Such program boosts up students moral and makes them prepared for the real work.

What gets measured gets managed

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DR. SULOCHANA & DR. NISHA VISIT TO PUNJAB FARM FRESH PRODUCTS LTD. SELECTION HPU, SHIMLA From 23rd May to 11th June, a refresher course was held in the Academic Staff College, Simla. In this course our lecturers Dr. Sulochana Sayal and Dr. Nisha Raghuvanshi actively participated. They said that the course was extremely beneficial.

This month the company Punjab Farm Fresh visited Shoolini University for conducting interviews for the final year MBA students. The interview took place under very rigorous selection criteria. Near about 7-8 students were elected. The students who got finally selected include Ghanshyam Negi, Gurpreet Singh, Prateek Singh, Robins Sharma, Gajendra vardhan, Mahesh and Chetan Punj . We wish them all the very best for their bright future.

Shoolini MBA Team participated in a 5 days Bike Expedition “MotoHawks” !MotoHawks is an Event under “tour de Enchanting Himalayas" which sates the desire of a man! To push one to his limit, to test though the biking endeavors. Rahul Salaria, Vishal Chambyal, Sumit Parmar, Manuj Mithlesh Students School of Business Management, Mr. Kuldeep C. Rojhe , Associatee Professor. PROF. NADDA JOINS AS ADJUNCT PROFESSOR Prof. J.B. Nadda has joined Shoolini University as adjunct Professor. After leaving Shoolini University he went back to the Himachal University, Summerhill, Simla. Now he, along with serving the HPU, will be available for the students of Shoolini University as an adjunct professor.

Century-old Shoolini fair The three-day Shoolini fair 2011 started amidst great fervor and zeal in the historic Thodo Ground of Solan. The Festival started with colorful Shobha Yatra of Goddess Shoolini, taken out from the temple. Many prominent people, were present to seek the blessings of the presiding deity Shoolini Mata. Health and Ayurveda Minister Dr Rajeev Bindal, and other dignitary obeisance at the temple. Thousands of devotees thronged the temple early in the morning. After the Yajna, a procession was taken out from the temple to the DC Office Chowk. Cultural nights would be organized during the fair, where prominent artists would perform. Events like Thoda, traditional Himachali archery; wrestling and exhibitions would be other attractions of the fair

Business quiz: 1. What is the consulting firm recently acquired by the electronics giant Hewlett-Packard? 2. According to 'BBC's Moneytalk' which German brand is ranked No. 1 amongst car audio products? 3. Which Hollywood star and brand ambassador of Omega watches was recently in India to meet the Dalai Lama? 4. What tourist attraction in London, designed by Sir Richard Rogers especially for the millennium, is in grave financial crisis because of its failure to attract enough visitors? 5. What Hyderabad based company has been contracted by Cantor Index plc to supply giant- sized, inflatable images of the latest contenders to American Presidency-Bush and Gore?

Arunabh Thakur Kangra

Winners of Business Quiz

Rahul Salaria Nurpur

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