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A workshop on “Evolution of Man, Management and Business” was organized at JSB on 12th, 13th and 14th of September 2013. The workshop commenced with a lecture session by Mr Subhankar Dasgupta, Faculty JSL, on the evolution of different ancient civilizations. This was followed by lecture sessions on evolution of industrial age, trade routes and management. Dr Amit Chakladar, Dean JSB, conducted a group discussion on the topic “Importance of technology or importance of man”. A panel discussion was also held on the topic “Women and Business”. The panel members comprised of Dr Amit Chakladar - Dean JSB, Mr.Nilanjan Gupta - Faculty JSB, Dr. Dipannita Gupta – Principal JSE and Mr Subhankar Dasgupta - Faculty JSL. A motivational film “The Pursuit of Happyness” was also shown to the students which showed that there is no substitute to hard work.

Shaping young mind program

On 31st of July, 2013, “Shaping Young Mind Program” was organized by AIMA (All India Management Association) at National Library, Kolkata. The event was witnessed by renowned speakers, like Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, Mr.D.Shivkumar- President AIMA, Dr. JJ Irani - Former Director TATA Sons & Past President AIMA, Khusbu Sundar- Actor & Producer and many other prominent personalities. Mr. D Shivkumar spoke about how a leader should influence the society through honesty and belief. He also drew focus by explaining how motivation is an important key to any organization. The event was very interactive and informative.

Seminar on Cyber Security


Ankit Fadia, Cyber Security expert visited Jyotirmoy Knowledge Park on 7th of August 2013. Students from Jyotirmoy School of Business and Jyotirmoy School of Law participated in the seminar. Mr.Fadia explained various techniques by which computer and internet users can prevent their computers from getting hacked. He spoke aboutwhat is cyber crime and demonstrated some of the hacking techniques. Mr.Fadia talked about ‘Trojans’ and demonstrated how easily one can take remote control of any computer system by simply knowing the IP address of that computer and installing a virus. Hacking is not only limited to computer systems or laptops, even cell phones are easy target of hackers who can send text messages from someone’s cell phone or can make a call without the knowledge of owner. To prevent such crime, Mr. Fadia said that people should verify the authenticity of calls or SMS. He also gave few tips to prevent computers and cell phones from getting hacked.