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Trans-Global Executive MBA Program (T-GEMBA) students from Saint Mary School of Economics and Business Administration, California, USA

Mahatma Education Society’s Pillai Institute of Management Studies and Research, Navi Mumbai each year hosts management students pursuing the Trans-Global Executive MBA Program (T-GEMBA) from Saint Mary’s School of Economics and Business Administration, California, USA.
The Pillai Group of Institutions has been in the forefront in creating strong global collaborative links to enhance management education in India. The collaboration with St. Mary’s College of Business and Economics was established in 2006 and they have hosted six groups of Pillai students who visit the US every year to learn about American business culture and strategy. The visit of the US students to India to learn the business strategies and management practices clearly indicates the contribution and emerging role of India in shaping the future of the world. The program exposed them to international best practices and an understanding of the growth story of an emerging economy. read more …

St. Mary’s College of Economics and Business, Moraga, California, USA

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PiMSR has students exchange program partnership with Saint Mary’s College, Moraga, California. PiMSR constantly interacts with innumerable Fortune 500 companies through physical presence at their headquarters is U.S.A. The list of companies PiMSR students had lessons and interaction with the top brasses includes Microsoft, Sun Micro System, Google, Yahoo, Target, Walmart, Federal Reserve, Intel, Apple, BioRad and Genentec. read more …

Soroptimist International Bombay Chembur

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Soroptimist International Bombay Chembur was formed to inspire, motivate and guide women to lead their lives with dignity and pride through affirmative action and networking. It has a vision to bring about a positive change in the lives of women and girls through education, empowerment and development of their skills and abilities. The Bombay Chembur Club was founded in 1995, chartered in 1997 and currently has 21 dedicated members who have a common goal of working towards the upliftment of women and the girl child. read more …