New Delhi, March 10, 2016: Mr. Aditya Berlia, Pro-Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University, recently delivered an address at MEDCON 2016 on 'Diagnostics, Medicines & Medical Devices', organised by ASSOCHAM, at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi.

New Delhi, Feb. 27, 2016: Apeejay Stya University (ASU), in collaboration with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE), organised a Job Fair at Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai. The event, also held last year, has successfully proven to be a great opportunity not only for the final year students but also other students who were seeking internship opportunities.

The event commenced with the registration process wherein students from various Apeejay institutions including ASU, Apeejay School of Management and Apeejay Institute of Mass Communication, among others got themselves registered. Various startup organisations also registered for the event which belonged to various sectors like IT, Management, Media, Pharmacy and Design.

After a welcome address by Dr. S K Salwan, Vice Chancellor, Apeejay Stya University, a panel discussion on the ‘Emerging Trends in Entrepreneurship’ was held with the guests from TIE. The interview sessions followed soon after. The students were keen and excited to give interviews for placements & internship opportunities. Many students got selected for the second round of the interview, while many others got on-the-spot internship offers.

Date of the event :27 Oct, 2015 to 29 Oct, 2015

Venue : Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, ITO

Agenda- It was a seminar related to Business terms between India and Africa.

Member Attended :-Dr. Anupama Diwan, Gulshan, Swapna and Shalley

Audience :-Prime Minister- P.M. Modi 54 Head of The States. Including Robert Mukabe 108 Stalls including Education, Ministries, Industries etc

8th -13th February 2016:The big bang explosion of media following the structural reforms in India has been a double-edged sword. While communication technology revolution has enabled it to reach the periphery and provide a voice to the voiceless through community radio, blogs, Facebook and Twitter, globalised capital monopolises and controls the media narrative to suit its agendas. The shrinking state meanwhile displays ineptitude than aptitude in its mediatory role.

It is paramount for us media professionals to not only enjoy the fruits of our successes but also reflect upon the challenges we face in our discovery road to truth.

Apeejay Stya University’s Annual Media Festival: Celebration and Reflection, organised by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is one such occasion. The five-day festival will include talks, panel discussions, quizzes and performances and bring together some of the country’s leading journalists and media persons. A first of its kind, the festival is a beginning to create a platform to celebrate the power and glory of the media and ponder over the challenges that lie ahead for a free and fair media.

Mumbai, January 28, 2013: Apeejay Stya & Svran Group has been conferred the prestigious "Medici Innovation Hall of Fame for Excellence in Innovation Processes". The award is part of Medici Institute's recognition process of different organisations in the field of strategic innovation and its implications.

The award has also been received by ICICI Bank, Tata Consultancy Services & WLO Global Service. The award was designed by Titan Group of Companies and was partnered by The Medici Institute, Harvard Business Review & Customer Lab.

The award ceremony was part of the "Reverse Innovation Meets Medici Effect" thought leadership event led by Mr. Vijay Goovindarajan, World's No.3 ranked thinker and Mr. Frans Johansson, the acclaimed practical innovation guru at Hotel Trident, Mumbai.

Mr. Aditya Berlia, Member, Board of Management accepted the award.

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