Getting published is a life goal of many people, and a major triumph in any career. Many professors work for years before getting an article published. Imagine the euphoria, then, when a team of first-year Jaguars, most of them just 18 years old, saw their regional immersion project results published in the prestigious FinTech Singapore, an online newsletter devoted to the financial technology industry.
The group, called Cassiopeia, consisted of five students: Chi Vu Quynh Le; Rashi Behani; Tanushree Kumar; Shahana Doolull, and Shashank Bakliwal, and conducted research under the supervision of Prof. Shalini Chandra. Their research asked, "How are FinTech based enterprises bringing about a ‘Positive Disruption’ in Singapore?" Cassiopeia is a team of 5 individuals who study at SP Jain School of Global Management. The group commented, "We use our combined cultural knowledge of Vietnam, India and Mauritius to develop our work and evolve a more comprehensive point of view to the research."
"I am so proud of these students," said Prof Golo Weber, dean of undergraduates at the Singapore campus. "How many first-year college students achieve publishable results from research? The answer is almost none. This publication is proof of the professional level of our students' work, and is a public endorsement for S P Jain's hands-on approach to education. I can see that this will be the first of many such successes, for these particular students and other Jaguars in the future."
Check out their article at: http://fintechnews.sg/10737/fintech/fintech-based-enterprises-bringing-positive-disruption-singapore/