Saturday, October 18, 2014

the part of paper code MU0017(MBA-4th semester)-Fall 2014 assignment question (Q3) has been changed .

Dear SMU_DE Students,

Kindly note that the part of paper code MU0017(MBA-4th semester)-Fall 2014 assignment question (Q3) has been changed and the revised assignment question has been uploaded in the portal. Kindly  download the question and prepare answer for the same and upload on or before cutoff date.

Inconvenience is regretted.

Note : Student already Submitted assignment (MU0017) had been removed from their portal now, students are requested to upload the correct assignment on or before 15th December 2014.

With Regards,
Internal Assessments Section
Office of Student Evaluation
Sikkim Manipal University – DE
First Floor, Corporation Bank Building, Manipal – 576104.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Swachh Bharat or Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Campaign Clean India) is a national level campaign by the Government of India covering 4041 statutory towns to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country.
This campaign was officially launched on 2 October 2014 at RajghatNew Delhi, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself wielded broom and cleaned a road. The campaign is India's biggest ever cleanliness drive and 3 million government employees and schools and colleges students of India participated in this event.
Are you ready... Join this movement and make Our India "Swachh".

Important Notice- Admit Card Distribution on 20th Oct 2014(Monday) for Oct-Nov 2014 SMU_DE Exam.

Important Notice.

All SMU_DE Students appearing for October-November  2014 Exam are requested to collect their Admit Card definetly by 20th Oct (Monday) before 6:00 PM.

The campus is closed from 21st -31st Oct on eve of Diwali and Chhath Puja.

*Note.Students having any dues will have to deposit the dues fees.

Information Desk
Cybotech Campus

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Last Reminder

Dear SMU Students,

Last Reminder....

Last date for project synopsis approval extended to 15th Oct 2014 to appear in Dec 2014 University Viva-Voce examination. There will be no further extension in date.

Only approved synopsis are allowed to submit the project.

The Chairman
Project Steering Committee
Department of IT

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Dear Cybotians, see the information below and Register Today.

7 Oct 2014

Dear Future Leader,

We are sure that you, like many others who reached a prestigious B-School, did so by working hard. Another few months and you will realize that,  once you step into corporate shoes, what will really matter is working smart. The former makes you a loved colleague, but it's the latter that gets you the corner office. 

Working smart means using the finite resources of time, money and intelligence in the most judicious manner. Like spending less than an hour to receive a life time of professional recognition. That's the B-School edition of The Economic Times Young Leaders, India's largest hunt for tomorrow's leaders on campuses. Since it's that large, you are guaranteed a place on every recruiter's and head hunter's A-list. For starters, there's also guaranteed PPOs and PPIs from the Aditya Birla Group.

While the program runs over four phases, the first takes less than an hour, and it's all online. So is the second phase. The third and fourth phases are so designed that they do not stretch your already tight timelines to the point of frustration. Here's how:

Phase 1: Online Aptitude Test. Takes less than an hour
Phase 2: Online Situation-Judgement Test. Takes just a bit over half an hour
Phase 3: Live Project. Work on a real business challenge
Phase 4: Meet the Jury. Interview with industry leaders 
By now, some of your colleagues have already taken their first step to realize their corporate dream. If you haven’t done so, we urge you to go to and register yourself for the program. Generate your username and password, and take the Phase 1 test.

You can also engage with the ET Young Leaders community on:
Remember: Entries close 18 Oct 2014

Wishing you the best!

The Aditya Birla Group and The Economic Times