MBA: Rendition 2016

Sep 27, 2016 @ 9:30 AM

Rendition 16, A National Level Paper Presentation Contest and Productive Dialogue Competition was organised by the Department of Business Administration at SJEC on 27th September 2016 on the theme Business Strategy in Digital India.

The inaugural ceremony began with the student choir of MBA-SJEC invoking god’s blessings. The students of 2nd year MBA presented a video highlighting the various activities undertaken by the Department of Business Administration - SJEC. 

Rendition 16 was then inaugurated by the Chief Guest – Mr Rammohan Pai Maroor, a successful entrepreneur and former President of Kanara Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mangaluru. The president of the programme, Rev. Fr Joseph Lobo, Director-SJEC; the guests of honour, Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal-SJEC, Rev. Fr Rohith D‘Costa, Assistant Director-SJEC, Dr Rio D’Souza, Vice principal-SJEC, Dr Prakash Pinto, Dean-MBA, Ms Shakila B, Faculty Coordinator of Rendition 16, and Student Coordinator Mr Ashwath K, were present on the dais. Mr Allen Pereira, member of SJEC Governing Council was also present for the inauguration. The event was formally inaugurated by lighting the lamp.

Ms Shakila B welcomed the gathering. Mr Rammohan Pai Maroor, in his inaugural address congratulated the students for their enthusiasm and hard work in organizing the event. He remarked that the present young generation has ample opportunities in every sphere of life and they should make the best use of it. He advised the present generation to develop the required skills to excel in their career.

Dr Joseph Gonsalvis motivated the students to participate in various activities under Genesis. Rev. Fr Joseph Lobo addressed the students to be enthusiastic and stressed the importance of attributes that an individual should possess – belief in oneself and belief in others.  He wished all the participants the very best.                                                      

Mr Ashwath K proposed the vote of thanks. Ms Michelle Aranha of 2nd year MBA compeered the programme.

Rendition 16 concluded with the valedictory programme in the evening. Dr Rio D’Souza, Vice Principal - SJEC was the Chief Guest, Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal SJEC was the president of the programme, and Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa, Assistant Director - SJEC was the Guest of Honour for the programme.

Ms Divya Naik, student from II MBA welcomed the guests and audience. The Chief Guest Dr Rio D’Souza expressed the various perspectives of Rendition. He correlated the concepts of digital and analog by substantiating the vitality of atom in theory of discretion.

The winners of Rendition 16 were announced by Ms Varsha Baliga, student of II MBA. The Chief Guest distributed the prizes to the winners.


Finance Specialisation

I Place – Ms. Anusha K, Alva's Institute of Engineering & Technology, Mijar, Moodbidri.

II Place – Ms. Renita Aranha, St. Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangalore

Human Resource Specialisation

I Place – Ms. Amrutha Shanbhag, Vivekananda College, Puttur.

II Place – Mr. Jijesh K S, Srinivas Institute of Management Studies, Pandeshwar, Mangalore

Marketing Specialisation

I Place – Ms. Smrithi K, St. Agnes centre for PG Studies & Research, Mangalore.

II Place – Mr. AmrithaKrishna N, Vivekananda College, Puttur.

Productive Dialogue

I Place – Mr. Deekshith D'souza & Mr. Rakshith Pinto,AIMIT College, Mangalore.


II Place – Ms. Komal H S & Ms. Nidhitha Shetty, Sahyadri College, Mangalore.


The vote of thanks was proposed by Ms Diana Mathais, Student Coordinator of Rendition16. Mr Joel Periera compeered the valedictory program.

During the day over 40 papers were presented and 18 teams participated in the Productive Dialogue. 

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