16 December 2014

ASB to Host National Management Festival

By Express News Service
Published: 16th December 2014 06:01 AM

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Asian School of Business (ASB) is hosting its maiden national-level management fest in January with the aim of providing students around the country a platform to showcase their individual talents and management skills.

Titled ‘Constello 15’, the fest will be held on January 10 at ASB’s sprawling 15-acre campus in Technocity. Thiruvananthapuram District Collector Biju Prabhakar released the brochure and the poster of Constello ‘15 on Saturday.

ASB senior faculty advisor V S M Nair, student coordinators and other staff members were present at the function held at the Collector’s camp office, where the official website (http://constello.net/) of the programme was also launched.

Actor Mohanlal has lent his support to the first such initiative by young ASB students who will organise and manage the entire event. In a video message, he said he expected it to be a “virtual treat for the eyes and ears.”

“Happy to know ASB is organising ‘Constello 15’ with a view to providing a platform for young adults to showcase their talents in various cultural and management events. I wish them every success in their maiden venture and hope that this will be the forerunner of many more such events,” the actor said.

‘Constello15’ will be open to management students from institutions around the country. It will feature a number of activities to put the intellectual, organisational and managerial skills of the students to test. There will be cultural programmes where young people will be able to showcase their individual talents.

Cash prizes totalling Rs 1.75 lakh will be given to the winners of various titles, including the best manager, the best management team, corporate walk, voice of ASB, the best photographer, business quiz and network gaming. There will also be a music concert by a top rock band.

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1 December 2014

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22 July 2014

Asian School of Business played guest to the Union Budget discussion 2014, organized by the Mathrubhumi News Channel

Discussion Panel : G Vijayaraghavan,( Member- Secretary of ASB, Founder-CEO of Technopark) Prof. G. Venugopal (Dean, Administration ASB), PGDM Students of ASB.

17 July 2014

ASB Hosts Budget Discussion

Thiruvananthapuram : Asian School of Business played host to eminent policy makers, industrialists and business leaders who came together this week to discuss and analyse the impact of the Union Budget.

The post-Budget analysis was jointly organised by KPMG, Asian School of Business and the Confederation of Indian Industry.

The KPMG team made a detailed presentation on the impact of direct taxes, indirect taxes and transfer pricing on Kerala.

This was followed by a panel discussion with G Vijayaraghavan, Member, State Planning Board, as the moderator. V K Mathews, chairman, IBS; Thomas John Muthoot, managing director, Muthoot; and Dr M I Sahadulla, chairman, KIMS, participated as panel members.

The panellists spoke about the impact of the Union Budget in their respective sectors and expressed their concern on issues that were not addressed in the Budget. Industrialists, management professionals, academicians and practicing managers took part in the question-answer session, along with the KPMG team.

Koshy Eapen, director, KPMG Kerala, proposed the vote of thanks.

14 March 2014

Trivandrum Management Association (Trima) sets up student chapter at Asian Business School

There is a need to ingrain among students management skills relevant to the State, KM Chandrasekhar, Vice-Chairman, Kerala Planning Board, has said.This is best achieved by exchange of ideas between educational institutions and the industry, he said while speaking at a function at Asian School of Business.The occasion was launch of the student chapter of Trivandrum Management Association (Trima) at the school.

Students may also get the opportunity to value-add their skills through the tie-up, Chandrasekhar said.Managements need to get exposed to ideas generated locally as well those generated abroad. This will help them add new dimensions to own skills.AS Suresh Babu, President, Trima, said that this would be its first student chapter. Evening lectures and training programmes are envisaged as part.Trima is also discussing with other institutions in Thiruvananthapuram and elsewhere in the State the possibility of setting up more such chapters, he added. 

(This article was published on March 13, 2014 ) 

2 January 2014

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Prof. V. Harihara Subramanian's session on  Emerging Markets - Consumers  for University of Kansas School of Business (KUSB) and Asian School of Business students at ASB,Trivandrum on December 30, 2013.

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