The first day for PGDM 18-20 at WeSchool, Mumbai

Jun 18, 2018 | Posted by admin in Campus Corner, Events & Happenings   No Comments »

At the dawn of Monday, 18 June, the gates at WeSchool campus, Mumbai welcomed the first year PGDM students.  The students from eight full-time PGDM programs arrived on campus with a bag full of dreams, far away from home.  A sense of excitement was in the air. All students were suited up to attend their first day at WeSchool, their B-School for the coming two years beginning today. It was a day when the inspirer met the aspirers.

The big day for both students and WeSchool family unfolded with the leadership of WeSchool taking centre stage, to address students on WeSchool way of life.  Chief Guest, Prof. Dr. Vijay Khole, former Vice-Chancellor, Mumbai University; Advocate Shri S. K. Jain, Chairman, Managing Council, S. P. Mandali and Local Managing Committee, WeSchool; Shri. Suresh Madhukar Deole, Managing Council Member, S.P. Mandali and Prof. Dr Uday Salunkhe, Group Director, WeSchool, Mumbai and Bengaluru campus addressed over 450 students. The traditional lighting of the lamp was the first step to auspiciously inaugurate a new beginning.

Extending a warm welcome to students, Prof. Dr Uday Salunkhe, Group Director, WeSchool introduced the core values at WeSchool ‘Passion, breakthrough thinking and breakthrough execution, result oriented process driven work ethic, We link and care’ also driving home the importance of Self, Organization and Society, while Advocate Shri S. K. Jain, Chairman, Managing Council, S. P. Mandali and Local Managing Committee, WeSchool elaborated on creating value proposition for future.

The Chief Guest, Prof. Dr Vijay Khole, former Vice-Chancellor, Mumbai University inspired students to experiment with start-up ideas amidst the academic exposure through faculty and international student exchange programs.


‘Prayaandefining sustainable future took over as the theme for Foundation Fortnight, WeSchool – Mumbai.

Sustainability in simple terms means ability to maintain or support an activity or process over the long term. Available natural resources are being utilized for supporting human activities at a faster pace than their replenishment; thereby putting a question mark over the sustainability of these activities in the long term. All human interventions need to now be directed towards maintaining the right balance of all natural resources for meeting economic, environmental & social needs for now and the future.

All in all, it was a day when the inspirers - Group Director, Deans and faculty met the aspirers.



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