Thursday , September 19 2019


The Faculty of Management, SRM University, organised 8th edition of “Campus 2 Corporate” Management event at Kattankulathur campus during the month of September and first week of October 2017. The primary aim of this event is to build a bridge between the academic and corporate world.

Various competitions like Business Plan, Best Manager, Debate, Case Study, Business Quiz, Short Film, Literature, Adzap, Moot Court, Professional Walk, and Business Auction of this event provided an opportunity to showcase the talents of students from BBA, MBA, B.Tech.  and Law . This event’s coordinator Dr.S.C.Rajan Daniel, also organized various workshops on the functional domains such as Finance, HR, Operations and Marketing. Industry experts from service sector and Manufacturing sector of MNC’ s were shared their expertise to enlighten the managerial skills of the students. More than 400 students actively participated in this event.

Welcome address by Dr.V.M.Ponniah, Dean, Faculty of Management, report of the event by  Dr.S.C.Rajan Daniel, HOD – General Management. Mr.Karl-Alexander Seidel, General Manager Supplier Management, Logistics & Quality Management, Daimler India Commercial Vehicle – Bus Plant, Oragadam highlighted the importance of Internship and Project work. Mr.A.Rajan Babu, CEO & Director HR at Arghaa HR Technologies explained the need of interpersonal relationship. Dr.T.P.Ganesan, Pro-Vice Chancellor, SRM University appreciated the students for their achievements and advised them to focus on future endeavors.  Ms.Binilda, event’s student organizer, II MBA proposed the vote of thanks.

Ms.Vijayalakshmi, Ms.Suriya Banu, and Ms.R.Kirthana of II MBA were awarded Certificates of Appreciation for being placed in the dream company “Amazon” for highest salary 12 lakhs per annam , Mr.Manojprasadh , II MBA for securing all India 3rd Rank in National Creativity Aptitude Test (NCAT)  in which IIM and IITs also participated and Mr.Amarnath Menon, II BBA who won in National Bike Race.

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