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  • BBA (Business Analytics ) IOA Orientation

    BBA (Business Analytics) had an orientation in tie-up with IOA UK on September 22, The guest of honor Mr. Sachin Tripathi, product lead at ISDC global, addressed the analytics pupil regarding the trends in analytics and mentioned it as the need of the hour which was followed by questions from students which were addressed with potent answers. The guests were felicitated followed by a vote of thanks. Other guests were Rajesh Poonia senior manager partnerships ISDC India.

  • Hon’ble Governor Dedicates ‘Katha Loka’ - A Kannada Book On Values

    Bengaluru. 16.9.2022. Hon’ble Governor, Sri. Thavar Chand Gehlot Ji released ‘Katha Loka’- a Kannada book on value education for school students in Karnataka brought out jointly by the Department of School Education and Literacy, GoK, and the PES University, Bengaluru, in Raj Bhavan.

    Speaking after the dedication, he said that ‘we take so much care in choosing the right materials for the foundation of our house to ensure long safety and durability of the structure. Similar care should be taken in the education of our children”. Early child care and education play an important role in the future life of children. To ensure a good foundational education for children is our responsibility because this strong foundation depends on the life of children, he said.

    Moral stories have a profound influence on children. Value education through moral stories is necessary to ingrain the cultural and emotional development of children. Moral stories are a medium of inculcating values in children. Such children would be an asset of future society, he said.

    The Hon'ble Governor said that there is an urgent need for strengthening the moral fabric of the society and the nation through such moral stories and value education. Modern knowledge activities should be integrated with indie’s cherished values; their fusion with culture and dharma-samskruthi would establish a society and nation which ensures equality among the citizens and their emotional integration. The new National Education Policy (2020) would ensure a bright future of present and future generations to come. These essential verticals play a critical role in building New India. It is our sacred responsibility to ensure the success of NEP (2020).

    Katha Loka brought out by Prof. Doreswamy, Adviser, Education Reforms, GoK is aligned to NEP (2020) and therefore I am sure that it would succeed in inculcating the required values in school children.

    Chief Guest, Sri B.S. Yediyurappa, hon’ble former chief minister of Karnataka said that Prof. Doreswamy’s experience and experience of 5 decades have brought fame to the government of Karnataka. His innovative idea of involving elected representatives (MLAs/MLC, MPs) and universities in the adoption of government schools is a great contribution to leverage school education services in Karnataka. His dedication to public good is worthy of emulation by all. Viewed in this perspective, KATHA LOKA symbolizes the public concern of PES University under the eminent leadership of Prof. Doreswamy, he said.

    Dr. Chandrashekara Kambara, President, of Sahitya Academy pointed out that folklore and stories have made immense contributions to the cultural legacy of India. In the present technologically dominant society, storytelling is a threatened art, but books like Katha Loka are a silver lining, giving hope of a great revival of the yeastier years, he said. The Education sector should get maximum benefit from such books, he opined.

    Prof. MR Doreswamy thanked Sri B.S. Yediyurappa for making his dream of leveraging school education services in the state, come true. He also thanked the Hon'ble Governor and the Government of Karnataka for helping PES University to organize such a unique function.

    Welcome by Prof. J. Surya Prasad, compering by Dr. Krishna, Vote of thanks by Registrar, PES University by Prof. K. Sridhar and the esteemed presence of renowned educationists, professors, professionals and students were other highlights.

  • Quiz contest

    Moksha Pradhan & Neelank Khambete won the first prize, Nishanth N S & Karthik K Murthy won the second prize followed by Lia Jane Dsouza & Akansha Sendhil in the Cognitare Quizzards quiz contest organized by Kauthuki the Quiz club on August 25, 2022, at RR campus.

  • ORIENTATION- TREASURE HUNT

    The main aim of this event was to introduce our Collegiate Social Responsibility (CSR) Club to the first years and others who do not have complete knowledge of the functioning, objectives and motives of our club.

    The orientation session began at the MRD Auditorium starting with an inaugural song followed by a welcome speech, lighting of the lamp by chief guests, talk by the chief guests as well as by an alumnus of PES who was a part of CSR Club. The chief guests were Dr. D. Rajasekharappa and Dr. T. Mahalakshmi. The guest of honour was Mr. Nithin. The chief guests and guest of honour were honoured for their esteemed presence.

    We, the club of CSR showcased our past events and endeavors to everyone present with us for the orientation with the help of a small video. Just as importantly, our new mascot of the club was revealed to all.

    The last and the most exciting part of the event was the Treasure Hunt. Treasure Hunt started from MRD Auditorium, where we displayed our first clue on the screen, followed by six other clue spots across the campus. The participants were running across the campus finding clues. Students in teams of 2 or 3 were allowed to participate in the treasure hunt which consisted of many rounds where the clues to the next destination were given only on completing a given task in that current location.

    The treasure hunt was a fun and exciting game that the first years loved and played with utmost enthusiasm.

    The whole event was directed and controlled well by the council members and the volunteers. The registrations for the Orientation - Treasure Hunt were taken on online mode from 13/09/2022 to 14/09/2022 and on spot registrations at 3:30 PM on 16 th September 2022. The treasure hunt was won by the first three teams to complete the tasks and was awarded chocolates and saplings as a part of the CSR motive to grow more plants or trees in society.

  • Seminar on higher studies opportunities

    Building the right skills to anticipate tomorrow’s market and the leadership skills to implement tech-driven changes improves the career prospects of students of management and commerce. Mr. Shreyas Pardesi, guest speaker briefed about the higher studies opportunities and shared insights about industry trends and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math programs at business schools, job opportunities for business STEM graduates, drafting strong applications, and alumni experience. He presented information about Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, the university’s courses, and the application processes. The seminar on higher studies opportunities was held on September 15, 2022, at RR campus.

  • Introduction to Turkish cuisine

    Turkish cuisine, according to experts, ranks at the top of the world’s cuisine, next to French, Italian, and Chinese delicacies. Executive Chef Dyumn, head chef of Pizza Bakery demonstrated the methods that make its taste and presentation popular. He covered Meze platter with accompaniments, preparation of grilled meats and vegetables and simple techniques to preserve and make it healthy. Demonstration and hands-on practical training on Turkish cuisine was organized by the department of BBA HEM at RR campus on September 15, 2022.

  • EXPLORING PADUKONE DRAVID – CENTRE FOR SPORTS EXCELLENCE

    PES students from BBA Sports Management were taken on a Field Visit on 16 th September 2022, which is an integrated part of the curriculum, had visited the Padukone -Dravid Centre for Sports Excellence (CSE) which is the world-class integrated Multi sports complex which is spread across 15 acres that offer Badminton, Football, Basketball, Swimming, Cricket, Tennis, Squash, and Yoga, having certified coaches to train students from a young age of 5 years to 19 years.

    They believe in “To play a positive role in the lives of young athletes, by not only helping to develop their sport but also in guiding them on the basic human values which come along with it. Thereby makes the young athletes become strong individuals with great character discipline by becoming responsible citizens of our society with which they go on to contribute to the society responsibly & make a difference to the world by making it a better place to live“.

    They have World-class amenities, equipment, training, guidance & nutrition to assess the students, and also a house hostel facility for dedicated students to train all 7 days with keen practice.

    The entire complex is well maintained and taken care of by 30 operating staff who are assigned different roles and 45 + supporting staff to maintain the Hospitality and service. They have specialized doctors on board to heal and cure injuries of the sports persons for rehabilitation and expert Nutritionists to guide them on food and health.

    In spite of such wonderful amenities, and infrastructure capable of accommodating 500+ students on campus for each session, we can find greenery in and around the complex which gives good sunlight, air and beautiful view which is of utmost importance for the Yoga Centre which is built-in for Meditation and therapy.

    Students had an opportunity to explore, interact with the team, watch, learn and play. They were accompanied by 2 staff from BBA Sports Management Department.

  • Zero Waste Carnival

    The carnival highlighted the importance of zero waste by incorporating the use of upcycled decorations and old cardboard boxes and newspapers for the games and stalls. The food stalls used degradable and reusable materials to serve and parcel. Games which were played with reused items and materials enthralled the audience. Zero Waste Carnival was organized by The Changemakers’ Society at RR campus on September 14, 2022.

  • Engineer's Day was celebrated at PES University

    On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, India’s most prominent engineer has been celebrated as Engineer's Day in remembrance of their remarkable works in the engineering field. PES University celebrates this occasion every year on September 15th with enthusiasm. Dr. J Suryaprasad Vice-Chancellor, Prof. K S Sridhar, Registrar, and other key officers, faculty, and staff of the University made floral tributes to Sir M. Visvesvaraya's photo.

  • Understanding input tax credit mechanism under new tax regime

    An uninterrupted and seamless chain of the input tax credit is one of the key features of Goods and Services Tax. Deepak Kumar, Chartered Accountant explained the role of input tax credit in eliminating cascading effects under the indirect tax system in our country. He elaborated on the conditions of availing input tax credits, and recent amendments with examples of the multiple supply chains and career avenues. The guest lecture on the input tax credit mechanism was held on September 8, 2022, at the RR campus.