Management Meet

PPG Business School (PPGBS) conducted its third state level inter collegiate B-fest Challenge'13, for the under graduate students from all disciplines. The mega management meet included various events to help the students showcase their talents, hone their acumen and strengthen their ingenuity which could eventually help them shape themselves into management professionals par excellence. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Thiru. T. RajKumar, Chairman, South Indian Mills Association. The Guest Speakers were Shri. S. Ramesh Kumar, DGM & Business Head, HDFC and Shri. Suresh Williams, MD, Alpha Drives. Events like Best manager, Adzap, Business Quiz, Talent show, Short film etc, were conducted to exhibit the skills and knowledge of the students. More than 500 students from various colleges around Tamilnadu participated in the program and made it a grand success. The winners, selected after several rounds, were rewarded with cash prize and gift hampers from Black Thunder, Naturals, etc., The winners of the events were honoured by our respectable Chairman Dr. L.P.Thangavelu and our Correspondent Mrs. Shanthi Thangavelu.

Industry Institute Interaction

Campus Corporate Connect is a platform to help the students gain on-the-job exposure and experience and to facilitate them to understand the need of hour in corporate world. There is an urgent need to prepare the management students for jobs in multinational companies, by exposing them to newer technologies and managing methodologies. It also creates a channel for companies to tap into a large and relevant talent pool easily and in a cost-effective manner. The program enhances the employability quotient of the students and strengthens their institutional value. Every Saturday students of PPG Business School visit their company and help the company in their various departmental processes.

Entrepreneurship Initiatives

MBA is all about leadership and self-governance. PPG students are to take up some business venture and to work on it every Sunday. Whereas on Saturdays they learn to work as employees, on Sundays, they run their own business even if in minuscule form to gain nuances of running a business.

Entrepreneurial Activity

Every student will be provided with a specific amount by the college to carry out a business activity on Sunday. The students are required to present a report on the activity undertaken on Monday. The student can take their profit returning the initial amount to the college. This activity assists the student to attempt at new business or new venture creation.