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Adventure! SP Jain Jaguars

Everything you need to know before joining

A year to remember by Raghav Bansal (BBA'18)

Reflecting back now, every moment seems to be so precious and unique which will be remembered forever.

Topics: BBA, Dubai, A Jag's Life

Five Things You Must Know About UNHCR Dubai

We had the opportunity to visit the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)’s warehouse in Dubai. The visit was organised by SP Jain School of Global Management to expose us to professional management and operation skills. At the warehouse, we met Ms Destamena Vinodh, Supply Associate at UNHCR Dubai, who helped us understand the operations of the UNHCR. It was a wonderful and fulfilling learning experience for us.

Topics: Global Learning at SP Jain, Dubai Campus, A Jag's Life, Happenings, Jags 2018, Life at SP Jain

Using Machine Learning to Enhance the Banking System - Hai Nguyen’s Internship Story at VPBank

This summer, I got an absolutely wonderful and unexpected opportunity to work as a Software Engineer at VPBank, one of Vietnam’s earliest established Joint-Stock Commercial banks. Why do I say ‘unexpected’? Because to be honest, a year ago, I wouldn’t have believed that I would get this highly coveted role in the banking industry right in my Year 1 of the Bachelor of Data Science (BDS) program or that I would be writing this blog to share my experience!

Topics: Bachelor of Data Science, A Jag's Life, Interns Making a Difference, Jags 2018

Changing the World, One NGO at a Time – Manthan Shah’s Internship Story

Manthan Shah (BBA Intake of 2018) is a professional athlete who captained India’s team in the International Table Tennis Championship (Pacific Games, Australia) and won 2 bronze medals in the event before he joined SP Jain. Since then, he represented the School in the Spartan Race (Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore) and is currently the youngest Indian to do so. He also gave a talk at TEDxGateway, was a part of the Dean’s List for academic excellence, was a guest speaker at the Podcast on Climate Change with Scott Amyx (USA), participated in the outreach program in Philippines, published a research paper on Circular Economy, won three gold medals at the Fiesta Games 2019, and so much more!

Topics: BBA, A Jag's Life, Interns Making a Difference, Jags 2018, Undergraduate Sept'18 Intake

New Jag 2019: Nishit Kedia (Hyderabad, India)

Meet Nishit Kedia from Hyderabad, India. Nishit likes photography and is fond of cricket, table tennis, and video games.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake

New Jag 2019: C Sneha Sree (Secunderabad, India)

C Sneha Sree from Secunderabad, India loves reading blogs, watching factual videos, trying out new yoga asanas and listening to music. She is also trained in self-defense.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake

New Jag 2019: Rhea Phulwani (Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania)

The two biggest qualities that Rhea Phulwani from Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania is known for are displaying a thorough sense of responsibility and exceptional leadership skills. Her interests include dancing, singing, cooking and Yoga.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake

New Jag 2019: Yeggina Kalyan (Vijayawada, India)

Yeggina Kalyan from Vijayawada, India loves swimming and horse-riding.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake

New Jag 2019: Albert Anthony Thedja (Bali, Indonesia)

Albert Anthony Thedja from Bali, Indonesia is a sports junkie who loves running, playing soccer and basketball. He loves to chat and hangout with his friends and play the piano in his spare time.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake

New Jag 2019: Prasidhi Poddar (Cuttack, India)

Prasidhi Poddar from Cuttack, India is an ace table tennis player who has represented her school in various state and national tournaments. In her free time, Prasidhi is fond of playing the guitar.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake

New Jag 2019: Shriti Milan Shah (Dubai, UAE)

Shriti Milan Shah from Dubai, UAE is fond of debating, dancing, and swimming. Shriti won the 5th place in the World Scholars Cup Yale round and was the Head Girl of her school in 2018-19. She also topped her school in the Grade 12 Board exams.

Topics: A Jag's Life, Jags 2019, Undergraduate Sept'19 Intake