Thursday, January 14, 2010

NMS-Temple - Topics of videos

National Management School and Temple University event

http://bit.ly/F4TNMS_Temple

 

Presentations by:

 

1)      Sankaran P. Raghunathan, Dean, The National Management School, Navallur, Chennai (www.nms.edu.in)

2)      M. Moshe Porat, Dean, Laura H. Carnell Professor, Fox School of Business, Temple University, US (www.fox.temple.edu)

3)      Andrew T. Simkin, Consul General of the United States of America, American Consulate General, Chennai (http://chennai.usconsulate.gov)

 

Brief interactions with:

 

1)      Andrew T. Simkin, Consul General of the United States of America, American Consulate General, Chennai (http://chennai.usconsulate.gov)

2)      M. Moshe Porat, Dean, Laura H. Carnell Professor, Fox School of Business, Temple University, US (www.fox.temple.edu)

3)      Sankaran P. Raghunathan, Dean, The National Management School, Navallur, Chennai (www.nms.edu.in)

4)      R. K. Raghavan, Consulting Advisor (Security), TCS, Chennai (www.tcs.com), and Former Director, Central Bureau of Investigation, New Delhi

 

Topics of videos:

 

1 of 28 - Opening remarks (Sankaran)

2 of 28 - International experience for the students of NMS (Sankaran)

3 of 28 - First batch of seven students (Sankaran)

4 of 28 - What motivates 125-year-old Temple University to work with a young school in India (Moshe)

5 of 28 - Signing of the collaboration agreement

6 of 28 - Very wise move on both sides (Andrew)

7 of 28 - Rate of growth of American students coming to India is high (Andrew)

8 of 28 - Education is a key component in the US-India strategic dialogue (Andrew)

9 of 28 - Subjects that will be covered for the combined group of students (Sankaran)

10 of 28 - US students will be visiting companies (Moshe)

11 of 28 - Number of students in the group, and sectors they will be interested in (Moshe)

12 of 28 - Every industry today is a happening one, in India (Sankaran)

13 of 28 - Students coming in for shorter durations (Andrew)

14 of 28 - Cultural aspects, NGO programmes are among areas of interest for US students (Andrew)

15 of 28 - Do visiting US students face any problems here (Andrew)

16 of 28 - Kerala, an example of successful marketing to tourists (Andrew)

17 of 28 - Growth of American companies in India (Andrew)

18 of 28 - Institutions in both countries can learn from one another (Andrew)

19 of 28 - Aspirations of students (Andrew)

20 of 28 - Terrorism hasn't shown signs of abating (Raghavan)

21 of 28 - Observations about amendments to IT Act (Raghavan)

22 of 28 - We need to address issues not merely from the angle of controlling terrorism (Raghavan)

23 of 28 - Secrets of Temple University's success (Moshe)

24 of 28 - Top challenge is how to make people accountable (Moshe)

25 of 28 - Impact of economic crisis on educational institutions (Moshe)

26 of 28 - How technology has affected education (Moshe)

27 of 28 - Are we trying to replicate the American campus in Chennai (Sankaran)

28 of 28 - All the success is about having good people around you (Moshe)

 

At the event to mark the collaboration between the National Management School, Chennai, and Fox School of Business, Temple University, US (Taj Cor), January 11, 2010, 2.30 pm

 

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