‘S Square’ - Series of Soft Skills Training Session on Team Bonding Skills
Date: 06 November 2023
Department of Management in association with the Centre for Soft Skills and Aptitude Training (CSSAT) organized S Square – Series of Soft Skills Training Sessions on Team Bonding Skills for the III Semester BBA Students on November 06, 2023. The session started with a silent prayer followed by a brief introduction on the topic, “Team Bonding”. Various topics and terms were explained and the necessity of team bonding and how important it is to communicate and have a good relationship among the team members was explained and highlighted by Mr. Somasundaram T. Team Bonding is important in every field be it in college or corporate every field requires teamwork. And the major thing in a team is Unity. The session was followed by some fun activities where various applications of team bonding were followed.
From this training session, students were able to work out different problems in a team and come up with solutions. Students learned various terms and concepts of Team Bonding. Overall, students were able to understand the importance of Team Bonding and implement it into their day-to-day tasks and activities. This session gave the students very insightful information and made them understand that with Unity anything can be achieved.
‘S Square’ - Series of Soft Skills Training Session on Goal Setting
Date: 03 November 2023
Department of Management in association with the Centre for Soft Skills and Aptitude Training (CSSAT) organized S Square – Series of Soft Skills Training on Goal Setting on 3rd November 2023 at A312, Admin Block, at 12.20 pm. The soft skill trainer Mr. Manjunath S, Assistant Professor, Department of Management, highlighted the importance and the process of goal setting. The objective of this session is to help participants identify what they want to achieve in their personal life or their professional life. Goal setting is a crucial aspect of personal and professional development. It provides focus, direction, and a sense of accomplishment when completed. In order to achieve success, it is essential to set SMART goals that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Goal setting, a soft skill, is a robust process for thinking about one’s ideal future and for motivating oneself to turn vision of future into reality. Setting goals is a great skill to direct, focus, and motivate towards achieving them. This keeps them inspired and helps in adjusting their plans if needed. Goal setting can be described as a personal planning process. Goal setting has been proven to be a more effective method of achieving targets than aspirations.
With the skills acquired through this session, individuals can work confidently towards their goals, resulting in greater success and personal satisfaction.
‘S Square’- Series of Soft Skills Training Session
Date: 27 September to 06 October 2023
Department of Management in association with Centre for Soft Skills & Aptitude Training (CSSAT) organized ‘S Square’ – Series of Soft Skills Training Session for the I Semester BBA students from 27th September 2023 to 6th October 2023. The aim of the soft skills training session is to enrich and enhance the communication skills, interpersonal skills, leadership skills and employability skills among the students to get ready for the job placement. Department has initiated this ‘S Square’ program and planned to conducted during the club activity for the benefits of first year students.
The details of Soft skills training session are:
Day 1: 27/09/2023 | Topic: Leadership Skills
Resource Person: Dr. Jaspreet Kaur, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
The leadership skills training session conducted for BBA students emphasized the cultivation of vital leadership capabilities. Participants engaged in activities and discussions enhance self-awareness, improve communication and interpersonal skills, build decision-making and problem-solving capabilities, and learn to lead and inspire teams effectively. The session provided practical tools and strategies to help participants become more effective and confident leaders in various contexts. The leadership skills session conducted aimed to achieve several key learning outcomes. Participants emerged from the session with a heightened sense of self-awareness, better equipped to understand their strengths and weaknesses, their unique leadership style. Additionally, they honed their communication and interpersonal skills, becoming more adept at effective interaction and conflict resolution. Furthermore, participants gained the competence to make informed decisions and solve complex problems, while acquiring the necessary skills to lead and inspire teams successfully. The session encouraged practical application of these leadership skills, empowering participants to contribute meaningfully in various personal and professional situations.
Day 2: 30/09/2023 | Topic: Team Building
Resource Person: Ms. Diana E, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
Department of Management in association with Centre for Soft Skills & Aptitude Training organized S Square – a series of Soft Skills Training session on Team Building Skills to the First year BBA G section students on September 30, 2023. Team building skills are essential soft skills that enable individuals to effectively collaborate and work together in a group setting. Whether in the workplace, at school, or within a community, the ability to foster a sense of unity, cooperation, and shared purpose is paramount to achieving success. Through this series, we explored the various aspects of team building skills and highlight their significance in helping individuals navigate their day-to-day tasks when working in groups. Various activities were conducted by the resource person.
Team building skills refer to the ability to establish and foster positive relationships, effective communication, and collaboration within a team. Students actively participated in the session. Various activities were conducted by the resource person. Overall it was a fruitful session.
Day 3: 03/10/2023 | Topic: Power of Positive Thinking
Resource Person: Dr. Swathi P, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
Department of Management in association with Centre for Soft Skills & Aptitude Training organized a Series of Soft Skills training session on Power of Positive Thinking on October 03, 2023. The Resource Person for the session was Dr. Swathi. P, Assistant Professor, Dept of Management, Kristu Jayanti College, Bengaluru. The session started with a Quote “A positive mindset brings positive things.” The session continued to focus on practicing good thoughts in any situation. This positive attitude has a big impact on the physical and mental health. The session also continued to stress the importance of Positive thinking and insisted on how it helps us with stress management and improving our health.
To conclude the session, the Speaker gave a few insights to practice positive thinking and thinking positively also means anticipating happiness, health, and determination, all of which eventually lead to success. At the end of the guest lecture, students gave their feedback and explained how they were benefited.
Day 3: 03/10/2023 | Topic: Leadership Skills
Resource Person: Dr. Kumar Raja, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
The session aimed to enhance the leadership skills of the first year BBA students. The session commenced with silent prayer, followed by welcome address by the Pranav Shyamlal (23BBAB47), Student representative of class. The session on leadership skills is imperative as a leader that you are constantly challenging the status quo, and pushing yourself to acquire new skills, or improve existing ones. We live in a perpetually competitive business environment. Pursuing leadership skills training is an essential ingredient to staying relevant. A leader’s ability to motivate, inspire and guide a team to success takes more than just shouting orders from the side-lines. It requires a deep understanding of human behavior, as well as the ability to manage different personality types. It is imperative as a leader that you are constantly challenging the status quo, and pushing yourself to acquire new skills, or improve existing ones. We live in a perpetually competitive business environment. Students able to utilize a process for decision-making and gain knowledge of diverse cultures, cross-cultural communication, the dynamics of privilege and oppression, and the uses of power between groups. Students will understand how ethics, morals, and values relate to their leadership dilemmas and able to integrate their lived experiences into their leadership development process. They will examine their own and others’ intrinsic and extrinsic motivations as leaders and gain a greater understanding of their own personal identities and how their identities shape their leadership and followership. Students gained the knowledge and insights about various types of leadership styles and qualities required to become a successful leader in the society. The session motivated the students to involve themselves in the various college programs, activities, sports, internship, volunteering etc. to build leadership skills.
Day 4: 04/10/2023 | Topic: Self-Improvement Tips
Resource Person: Mr. Madhusudhanan, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
The session aimed at personality enhancement such as Attitude Development; Goal Setting; Time Management; Stress Management; Mind Management, & Personality enrichments. Mr. R.Madhusudhanan, the resource person of the event addressed the gathering and took the participants through inspirational leaders, time management skills, stress management, and decision. The session was interactive and the student participants put forward their discussion regarding the improvement techniques and methods. Students gained insights regarding personality enhancement. During the session, students interacted actively and gathered information on how to build right attitude, importance of time management and devising correct decisions.
Day 5: 06/10/2023 | Topic: Leadership Skills
Resource Person: Dr. M. Sugin Raj, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
The session aimed to enhance the leadership skills of first year BBA students. The session commenced with silent prayer, followed by a Welcome Address by Abel Chacko (23BBAE04), Student Representative of the class. The session comprised three headings: “Meaning and types of leadership styles,” “Qualities and recipe for being a leader,” and “Activities to develop the leadership qualities among students.” The session on leadership skills provided an enriching platform for the students to enhance their leadership abilities. It motivated them to be involved in various college activities to bring out their hidden leadership qualities. The knowledge and skills gained during the session are expected to contribute to their personal and professional growth and enable them to succeed in their future. The session ended with a Vote of Thanks by Chollakkal Leanne Hilda Antony (23BBAE15).
Students gained the knowledge and insights about various types of leadership styles and qualities required to become a successful leader in the society. The session motivated the students to involve themselves in various college programs, activities, sports, internship, and volunteering, etc. to build leadership skills. The session helped them to realize, understand and observe the leadership qualities from their parents, teachers, neighbours, and other social leaders.
Day 5: 06/10/2023 | Topic: Interpersonal Communication
Resource Person: Dr. Rakhi Mohan, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), Bengaluru
The session aimed to enhance the communication skills of the first year BBA students. The session consisted of four aspects: "What is communication?", "Principles of communication", "Why is communication important in our lives?" "How to be a good listener as well as a receiver." The session on communication skills enable students to connect with others and to improve relationships, career opportunities and overall well-being. This session made students understand the process of exchanging ideas, thoughts, opinions, knowledge, and data so that the message is received and understood with clarity and purpose so that both the sender and receiver are satisfied. Students gained knowledge on how successful communication can help us build relationships, teamwork and trust. And it made them realise the effectiveness of communication in our daily lives for better decision making. This session also made them to understand on how communication plays a crucial role in personal, professional and social aspects of our lives.
Training for the students of BBA VI semester
Department of Management organized a training for the students of BBA VI semester section A. The training was conducted across the months of February and April 2023. The training was conducted by Ms. Jyothika Ramadas, ACCA Affiliate. The chapters on Risk Management were covered as a part of the training. The training was conducted offline. The objective of the training was to orient the students on the concepts of Risk Management. The orientation will help the students prepare for taking up the CIMA examination paper. The training was covered over a total of 54 hours for the students. 17 students of BBA VI semester section A participated in the training. The students found the training to be beneficial and insightful.
Capacity Building Training on Life Skills Education for first-year BBA students
The Department of Management organised Capacity Building Training on Life Skills Education for first-year BBA students from 11th August 2022 to 16th August 2022. The introduction to Life Skills Education was given by Prof. Rupashree on 10th August 2022 in Mini Auditorium M1 to Ist year students. Prof. Rupashree introduced the ten life skills for budding managers. Prof. Rupashree highlighted the importance of life skills in an individual’s personal and professional life.
The main focus of the training programme was to walk the students through the ten pivotal life skills, namely Self-awareness, Empathy, Creative Thinking, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Communication, Interpersonal Relations, Coping with Emotions, and Coping with Stress. These skills are essential for a holistic and purpose-driven life. It also equips a person with professional competencies.
The session on Self Awareness skill was handled by Mr. Somasundaram T and Dr. Eshan M R. They made the students reflect on who they are and showed them how self-awareness couldhelp them to have a happy mindset.
The Empathy skill was taught by Mr. John Pradeep Kumar, Dr. Geethu Anna Mathew, Dr. Rakhi Mohan, and Ms. Diana Erudiyanathan, who encouraged students to be more empathetic and to connect with people from different backgrounds, which will help them to be more compassionate. They also made them understand the difference between sympathy and empathy.
The Creative Thinking skill was taught by Mr. Manjunath S, Mr. Haribaskar R, and Mr. A. Arun Prakash. Teachers explained the characteristics of a creative person and made students realise they all are creative in different areas. They taught students the different stages of creative thinking.
The session on Critical Thinking skill was taken by Mr. Suku Thomas Samuel, Dr. K. Jagannathan, and Dr. P. Prasanna. They started the session with an activity to warm up and explained what students should do to be critical thinkers and helped students understand the steps in critical thinking.
Mr. C Surendranath Reddy, Mr. Manjunath S, and Dr. B. Subha took the session on Problem Solving skill. Faculty members explained about types of problems and steps involved in solving a problem. The students were taught the various attributes of a problem solver.
The Decision Making skill was taught by Ms. C. Shilpa Rao, Dr.Leelavathi R, Ms. K. Opika, and Mr. Bijin Philip. Faculty members made students understand the decision-making procedure. Students were challenged to have SMART goals.
The Effective Communication skill was taught by Mr. Vinod Joseph George, Dr. Roshen Therese, and Ms. Aiswarya Babu. Faculty members took the students through the different kinds of communication and gestures to help them understand how to communicate our thoughts and ideas effectively.
Dr. A.J.Excelce, Dr. Jaspreet Kaur, and Ms. Diana Erudiyanathan took the session on Interpersonal Relationship in which they taught the importance of positive relationships affecting students’ mental and social well-being. They also gave tips to maintain healthy and positive relationships. They spoke about the different relationships in everybody’s lives and how to handle each one of them.
The on Coping with Emotions was handled by Dr. V.G. Jisha, Ms. Rupashree R, and Ms. Sherly Steffi L. They helped the students to understand how to deal with negative emotions and taught them the importance of expressing emotions constructively. Students were also told about the positive ways and values which would help them to manage their emotions.
The last skill Coping with Stress was taught by Mr. Madhusudhanan R, Dr. Leelavathi R, Mr. Suku Thomas Samuel, and Ms. Aiswarya Babu. Faculty members taught the importance of coping with stress and things young people can do to control stress. They made students learn various approaches to managing stress.
The Life Skills Education training was well organised and conducted very well and informative session
Orientation on Campus Culture & NEP 2020: Curriculum Framework
The Department of Management conducted an orientation on Campus Culture & NEP 2020: Curriculum Framework exclusively for I BBA students on 16th November 2021 from 10.30 am – 12.30 pm in the SKE Auditorium, PG Block. The aim of this orientation program is to create awareness among the students about campus culture, code of conduct and curriculum framework of New Education Policy (NEP) 2020. The orientation program was inaugurated by Rev. Dr. Augustine George. He welcomed the students to the campus and insisted each and every student to follow the campus culture and enrich their knowledge and skills for their better career. Followed by that, Prof. C. Surendranatha Reddy, Head, Department of Management (BBA) explained the Campus Culture in terms of the Jayantian Code of Conduct and mentioned the criteria for academic excellence, student’s behavior, discipline & dissemination of information from authorized college sources. He educated the students about the procedure and process of leave application; dress code and grooming part of the students followed in the campus; explained about various students supporting centers & committees, student council, infrastructure support & facilities provided to the students in order to enrich their skills and knowledge in all academic & co-curricular activities.
In the second session Dr. Aloysius Edward, Dean of Commerce and Management, has vividly explained the entire concept of New Education Policy (NEP) to the entire BBA students. His presentation gave valuable insight to the students about the significance of NEP along with the 32 years of struggle, Kasthurirengan Committee recommendations, the transformation of education from teacher-centric to learners centric, need of NEP in the current scenario multiple entries and multiple exits with its awards, peculiarity of the fourth year and its dimensions with various aspects with post-graduation and research, credit allocation for the subjects, comparison of Indian curriculum with foreign studies, need of Life Skill Education and Value Added Courses and its importance in NEP. He also stated that there are no differences between Curricular and Extracurricular activities in NEP. In the futuristic view, he also gave an insight about Academic Bank Credit (ABC) and he concluded with future prospects of NEP.
From this orientation session, students learned the campus culture and also knew about the do’s and don’ts in the college. This session gave a lot of inputs regarding code of conduct, campus culture, dress code and leave application process and educated the students to incorporate in the campus. The students understood the NEP Curriculum and different courses objectives and course outcomes in order to learn new knowledge and skills to update themselves to achieve their career goals.
Orientation on Entrepreneurship
Department of Management organized Orientation on Entrepreneurship on 9th October 2021 between 12.30pm to 1.30pm. The main objective of the orientation was to help the students understand the need for entrepreneurship and opportunities in the market and to help them to start up their business by identifying their qualities of being an entrepreneur. The resource person for the orientation was Prof. Madhusudhanan R, Faculty Coordinator Entrepreneurship & Innovation Centre (EIC), Faculty Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College Bengaluru. The Orientation on Entrepreneurship aimed to nurture and nourish the thought process of being an entrepreneur. It helped each and every student to rethink from the regular routine during and after completion of graduation. This orientation served as a seed in every one’s mind and induced them to think innovatively to sustain in the field of business. This will throw the lime light on the wide spread opportunities spread across the globe even during the cut throat competition. The training on the traits which the entrepreneur should possess has helped the students to keep themselves in that position. A successive entrepreneurial talk will ignite the spirit of entrepreneur inside every student. Hands on training, funding agencies criteria, providing a space to showcase the talents will give a new ray of hope to the students. This program enabled the students to attain the entrepreneurial skills in a better way.
Soft skill certificate programme on Employability skills
Soft skills include any skill that can be classified as a personality trait or habit. Interpersonal skills and communication skills are more specific categories of soft skills that many employers look for in job candidates. To provide awareness among students about the employability skills and traits required to be inherited and practiced, the Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College (Autonomous), organized a soft skill certificate programme on Employability skills to cater to the need of the BBA second-year students.
The department conducted a five-hour soft skill course focusing on employability, and each of the sessions was handled by expert teachers who have expertise and knowledge in the area of employability. The students were oriented about various sub-topics like Corporate Etiquette, Interview Skills, Career Planning, Resume Building and Employment opportunities available in the market. The soft skill classes were scheduled from 20/09/2021 to 24/09/2021 from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm through the online Zoom platform. Soft skills prove to be an essential part of improving one’s ability to work with others and positively influence furthering the career. The overall objective of the soft skill course was to provide students with the knowledge and equip them with skills required for employability, which was successfully achieved at the end of the course. 296 students were benefitted from the course.
The Department of Management organized an induction session on 7th September 2021 for III BBA students from 2.00 PM to 3.00 PM on ‘Orientation on IIC and KJIC’. Prof. C. Surendranath Reddy, Head, Department of Management, Kristu Jayanti College had delivered the welcome address and introduced the resource person- Dr. A. Muruganantham, Director, Kristu Jayanti Incubation Centre, Bengaluru. The resource person elucidated about the Innovation and Start-up Ecosystem in Higher Education Institutions, the objectives of Kristu Jayanti Incubation Centre, the various cells functioning under the KJIC, the activities that are carried out by the various cells and also the participation and achievements of students in various competitions conducted across the country. The participants were able to gain an understanding on the Innovation and Start-up Ecosystem in Higher Education Institutions. The participants were also able to understand the importance and role of Incubation Centre in starting up a business. 355 Students benefited from this programme.
Department of Management conducted a Life Skill program for first year BBA students on 12th January 2021 and 13th January 2021. There was around 360 participants for the life skill training program. The main focus of this program is to help the students in their personal and career life. The program begins with inauguration and the Students attended the training through virtual platform via Zoom, all the six sections (BBA ‘A, B, C, D, BA & AM’) were part of one batch with other departments.. It was a full – fledged two days training sessions across the ten life skills.
Inauguration: The Inauguration of Life Skill Education for the 1st year BBA was held on 12/01/2021 by Rev. Fr. Emmanuel P J Director, Kristu Jayanti College of Law, Director, International Relations, Faculty, and Department of Psychology. Prof. K. Opika welcomed the gathering. Father spoke about the life skills and its importance in the human life. The term ‘Life Skills’ refers to the skills you need to make the most out of life. Fr. Wished students best of luck and happy learning and addressed the concerns of students regarding the post pandemic learning.
09.15 – 10.30 am - Creative Thinking Prof. Sen B Mathews introduced the concept of Life Skills, the 10 life skills and its importance to students. Sir, took the first session Creative Thinking.
The Next session at 10:45 am was taken by Dr. Nagadeepa which was Critical thinking. As human we are involved in various tasks in a day however, sometimes we carry out our routine without Creative and Critical thinking. In order to excel, one must learn to include critical thinking in their day – to – day activites.
The next session initiated at 12:15 pm by Dr. Kalyani on Self – Awareness. The topic of third session was interesting as it identify the area of self – Consciousness and the zeal to learn more about oneself. The session was interactive and liked by students.
The fourth session – Empathy started at 2: 15 pm by Prof. Suku Thomas – Department of Management. Sir, shared why empathy is considered as a life skill and how one must attain it in long run.
The last session at 3:30 pm by Prof. Surjith Singha on Effective Communication, enhances the skills of students in the area of presentation, body language and communication. It involved active participation from students. Day – 1 comes to an end with five skilled completed successfully.
Day – II – 13/01/2021
A fresh start with the sixth skill - Interpersonal relationship by Dr. Kalaiselvi K from 09.15 – 10.30 am, gave the valuable insights on the topic by the resource person. There was a break of 15 minutes then students joined back for next session at 10.45 – 11.45 am by Prof. Madhusudanan on Coping with stress. The third session of the day was coping with Emotions at 12.15 – 01.15 pm by Dr. Mathiarasan. It’s really important to know the ways to cope up with emotions in our busy schedules. The fourth session was Problem Solving by Prof. Vigranath which identifies the areas of solving the issues with less worry. The last session of the day was Decision making at 03.30 – 04: 30 pm by Dr. Geethu. The session focused on the factors included while you make a decision.
Students equipped with basics on ten core life skill and shared feedback from students who attended the session. Students liked the session virtually and able to connect to ten life skills. They enjoyed by participating in various activities in different sessions.
The Department of Management organised an orientation session for the students of BBA I semester batch of 2020 – 2023 on 9th October 2020 from 10.30 to 11.30 a.m. The orientation was conducted online through Zoom platform. The orientation was carried out to highlight the benefits of CIMA certification and explain the pathways for completion of CIMA certification. Prof. Gincy Charles, Faculty, Department of Management was the host for the session. Prof. Surendranath Reddy, Head, Department of Management welcomed the gathering. Prof. Gincy Charles introduced the guests. Mr. Shone Babu, senior manager ISDC provided a bird eye view of CIMA integration. Teresa Jacobs FCIEA, Executive Director – Learning & Development – ISDC oriented the students on the need to stand out of the crowd. CMA Milind Date, Certified Independent Director, Member of IOD explained the benefits of CIMA. Prof. Suku T Samuel, Faculty, Department of Management proposed the vote of thanks. The orientation session was very useful for the students of BBA I semester.
CGMA TRAINING - Financial Reporting
A training session was conducted for the students of III BBA Section on Financial Reporting CIMA subject on 23rd and 24th September. The training session was conducted by Shri. Sudesh Nepune, ISDC trainer. The objective of the session was to prepare the students for Organizational Case study CIMA exam. 26 students of class were participants at the session. The students were oriented on the concepts of the subject such as IFRS etc.
CGMA Training Session – Advanced Strategic Management
A training session was conducted for the V BBA CGMA students on Advanced Strategic Management on 16th and 17th of August, 2019. The training session was conducted by Ms. Nadia Zackria, ACCA, ISDC Trainer. The objective of the session was to prepare the students for Management Level Case Study exam. The students were trained on the concepts of Advanced Strategic Management. This training helped the students to think strategically for various case studies. The students are expected to take up the management level case study exam with CIMA board in January 2020.
CGMA Training on Financial Reporting for V Semester students of BBA Batch 2017-2020
A training was conducted for the students of V BBA Section A from 5th – 6th July, 2019. The training was conducted by Prof. Sarvesh Mopkar ACA. The chapters of Financial Reporting were covered as a part of the training. The objective of the training was to orient the students on the standards of financial reporting especially IFRS to prepare them for taking up CIMA Operational level case study. The training was covered across 2 days for the 36 students of V BBA section A.
CGMA Training Session – Advanced Financial Reporting
A training session was conducted for the students of V BBA Section A on Advanced Financial Reporting on 24 – 26 July 2019. The training session was conducted by CA Sudesh Nepune, ISDC Trainer. The objective of the session was to prepare the students for Management Level Case Study exam. The students were trained on the concepts of Advanced Financial Reporting. 37 students of class V Semester section A were participants at the session. The students are expected to take up the case study exam with CIMA board in January 2020.
CGMA Training Session – Advanced Management Accounting
A training session was conducted for the V BBA CGMA students on Advanced Management Accounting in two slots. The first session of training was between 18th-23rd July 2019 and the second session was conducted on 22nd & 23rd August 2019. The training session was conducted by Shri. Rajeev Kumar, ISDC Trainer. The objective of the session was to prepare the students on Advanced Management Accounting for the Management Level Case Study exam. This training helped the students in interpreting values to take various management decisions. The students are expected to take up the case study exam with CIMA board in January 2020.
Revision session for III Semester BBA
A revision session was conducted for the students of III BBA Section on Fundamentals of Management Accounting on 08 July 2019, Monday. The revision session was conducted by Ms. Krishna Gayathri, ISDC Trainer. The objective of the session was to prepare the students for Fundamentals of Management Accounting CIMA exam. 26 students of class were participants at the session. The students were oriented on the concepts of the subject. They were also prepared to take up the exams with CIMA board in UK.