SASTRA UNIVERSITY
Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA)

(A University established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956)

Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India.

 

 

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     Volume III - 2003 - No 3

MBA STUDENTS AT SASTRA MIND THEIR 
OWN BUSINESS

 

The School of Management, SASTRA has introduced in its IV trimester a subject titled Management Game. This game is offered in a software mode wherein students are formed into teams of four with each of them assigned the roles of CEO, CFO, COO & CMO of the company that they are supposed to manage. The software is designed in such a way that each team has to manage its business by strategising their options with respect to price, production, financing, etc. The team is graded based on the Economic Value Addition (EVA) that the team creates to its company. This game serves as a test-bed for the students to experiment their theoretical concepts and exposes them to the realities that exist outside.

 

SASTRA STUDENT LEADS TEAM TO MEET 
PRESIDENT OF INDIA

 

 

Chi. Abhinav Venkateswaran of the III year Civil Engineering attended the Summer Camp 2003 at IIT Kanpur from 6th June - 5th July 2003. The camp was conducted by the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in association with M/s Tandon Consultants Private Ltd., New Delhi and other Indian Civil Engineering Industries. The objective of the camp was to provide exposure to II year Civil Engineering Students from Engineering Colleges across India, to the challenges and opportunities in Civil Engineering, towards building a stronger nation for tomorrow.

 

Chi. Abhinav Venkateswaran was one of the 30 participants selected among various universities across India. The highlight of the camp was that the participants had a chance to meet the President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam at Rashtrapathi Bhawan, New Delhi on 25th June 2003 and to interact with him for an hour. Chi. Abhinav Venkateswaran got the honour of leading the team to Rashtrapathi Bhawan and presenting a memento to the President on behalf of the team.

 

The participants visited the major ongoing and completed Civil Engineering Projects in New Delhi and in other places in North India during their 10-day educational tour as part of the camp.

SASTRA PARTICIPATES AT BOSM' 2003

 

Chi. Sayan Rakshit of II B.Tech Mechanical Engineering bagged the Bronze Medals by securing the III Place in the following swimming events at the All India BITS Open Sports Meet conducted by BITS, Pilani from 18th to 22nd September, 2003.

  • 100 meters Free Style in 1:05:72 Minutes

  • 50 meters Free Style in 28.52 Seconds

SASTRA also participated in cricket, soccer, badminton and table tennis events.

 

AWARD FOR PAPER PRESENTATION

 

Chi V. Mohana Srinivasan, a research scholar in the School of Bio-technology got the Best paper presentation Award in the UGC sponsored State level symposium on “Bio-resources and their management” conducted by Kongu Nadu Arts & Science College, Coimbatore on 5th & 6th September, 2003.

 

VIDYASALA PRAVESAM OF 
SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN CENTRE, 
SATELLITE CAMPUS, KUMBAKONAM

 

“Vidyasala Pravesam”, of Srinivasa Ramanujan Centre, Satellite Campus, at Jayendrapuri, Kumbakonam was performed with the blessings of Sri Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal and Sri Vijayendra Saraswathi Swamigal, on 1st September 2003. Prof. R. Sethuraman, Vice-Chancellor SASTRA, Dr. M. Ramalingam, Director Satellite Campus, the Deans, Professors, Staff members and students took part in the function. 

 

This building is a six floored block with an area of 1,52,523 square feet is being constructed at a cost of Rs.4.42 crores. This massive building houses state-of-the-art laboratories, class rooms, library, a seminar hall besides several educational facilities.

 

ROAD WORK UNDERTAKEN BY SASTRA

 

As part of its continued societal commitment, SASTRA has undertaken the work for regulating the drain and laying the road connecting Banadurai Sannathi and Mayiladuthurai - Kumbakonam Road, at an estimated cost of Rs.1 crore.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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