Indo-Dutch programme witnessed extensive cultural interaction and knowledge exchange among students. It gave students from diverse backgrounds an opportunity to dissolve their differences and collaborate across a plethora of activities. Further, this initiative enlightened the participants about the business realities of the two countries by providing information about various industrial sectors, nature of opportunities available and market sizes through different case studies. Students learnt to acknowledge the differences in styles of working across boarders and consequently, attuned their presentation skills during cross-cultural communication. Students enjoyed this unique and enriching experience.
UKIERI - UK India Educational and Research Initiative
A two-phase, six-day programme between Indian and English students was aimed at enhancing educational links between the two countries. Two batches of thirty students each visited Shri Ram College of Commerce. Activities involved workshops in marketing, leadership and skill development, followed by group presentations and dance classes. This helped students to gain insights into professional ethics and work environment of the two countries.
Indo US Collaborative Programme
It was a two weeks exchange programme between Shri Ram College of Commerce and University of Wisconsin. About twenty students from each university participated in this programme. During this programme, students from both the universities were exposed to each other's cultural differences as well as similarities. Faculty and students actively participated in academic as well as extra-curricular activities. The topic 'Women at work in USA and India' invited a lot of interest from students, which was evident during their presentations. Various excursions were also organized such as visit to the Golden Triangle: Delhi-Jaipur-Agra etc.
Indo Dutch collaborative Programme (Outgoing)
The Outgoing Indo-Dutch programme saw ten students from SRCC going to Utrecht Business School, Utrecht, Netherlands for a five day curriculum. This programme included extensive simulation exercises, where groups of Indian and Dutch students were encouraged to work collectively on business simulation models. In addition to this, various activities were organized such as 'Taste of Dutch', city tour of Utrecht, and a cultural night in the campus to bring forth the rich culture of Netherlands.
Indo Poland Collaborative Programme (Outgoing)
This twelve-day programme between students of SRCC and University of Warsaw, held at Warsaw, Poland gave participants an opportunity to explore Polish cultural heritage and economic environment. It included seminars and workshops on topics such as 'Indo Poland Business Scenario', 'Polish Education System' and 'The Economic Transformation in Poland.' Students interacted with Ambassadors of the two countries and visited various places in and around Warsaw, which familiarized them with the historical lineage and traditional practices of Polish culture.
A fourteen-day programme between SRCC and PennState University acquainted students with various cultural and economic differences prevalent in both nations. About twenty students from Shrayer Honors College, PennState University and SRCC participated in the exchange programme. The activities included lecture series by professors and experts, visits to various historical landmarks in Delhi, along with comprehensive group project sessions. The hallmark feature of this exchange programme was sensitizing participants towards embracing socio-cultural diversity and in the process, foster new bonds of friendship.
Asian Conference on Corporate Governance and Business Sustainability (ACCGBS) The conference was organised by SRCC, in association with the Assumption University of Thailand under the aegis of the National Foundation of Corporate Governance (NFCG). The main theme of the conference was 'Corporate Governance in Asia'. The Conference provided an important forum for sharing research experiences of academicians, practitioners and policy makers with an overarching objective of comprehending corporate governance in Asia. Eminent scholars as well as practitioners participated in paper presentations and special plenary sessions to understand regulation, practices and research in the Asian countries.