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SP Jain In the Media"

The World is Your Classroom – Business India writes in its feature, discussing SP Jain’s Truly Global Education Model

Business India recently published a feature on SP Jain’s global education model, discussing the history of the school, its future, and more.

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What to Expect in 2018 in eCommerce? - Dr. Suneel Sharma writes in Business World

Highlighting rise of technology and expansion in customer experience for eCommerce companies, Dr. Suneel Sharma (Head - Professional Technology Programs) recently authored an article with Business World titled “What to Expect in 2018 in eCommerce?”

Topics: Faculty in News

Specialist in Global Learning - Prof. John Lodewijks and Prof. Arindam Banerjee write in Khaleej Times

Discussing the Global Education Model, Prof. John Lodewijks and Prof. Arindam Banerjee recently published an article in Khaleej Times Australia Spotlight titled "Specialist in global learning". The article delves into the education model adapted by SP Jain over time.

Topics: Faculty in News, SP Jain in News

Introduction of Incubation Labs at SP Jain - The Economic Times covers

The Economic Times recently published an article about SP Jain Global’s Innovation Labs, preparing students to work with emerging technologies.

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"Devil on a prowl: Rise of Bitcoin dotted with fear of backlash" - Vikram Pandya shares his views in Business Today

With the concept of cryptocurrencies still being grasped by millions, Bitcoin has been constantly in the news. The highly fluctuating prices of the same have been a topic of discussion among the masses. Vikram Pandya (Director - Fintech Program) speaks about this development to Business Today, highlighting the rising price in Bitcoins and the concern central bank and monetary authorities have across the globe.

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Topics: Faculty in News, Bitcoin, Fintech

‘Customised Learning’ Driven by Technology - Nitish Jain features in The Australian

“The revolutionary impact of technology is about to be felt in higher education. Technology is disrupting business, quicker and faster than anything else we have known in the history of mankind. At SP Jain Global, we’ve already set up labs: a blockchain lab and internet of things lab, a machine learning lab.” shares Nitish Jain (President – SP Jain Global) as he talks to The Australian.

Topics: Technology, Customised Learning

Asset Pricing in a Developing Country: Evidence from Pakistan – an article by Dr Nawazish Mirza

Dr. Nawazish Mirza (Director – Industry Interface Projects; Associate Professor) recently published an article titled "Asset Pricing in a Developing Economy: Evidence from Pakistan" in Economics Bulletin. This research was supported by a research grant from Croatian Science Foundation. The Journal "Economics Bulletin" has a Scopus Impact Factor of (0.2) and is included in category C of ABDC rankings.

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Rising to the top in less than a decade – Nitish Jain talks to CEO Middle East as he graces the magazine cover

IT HAS TAKEN BARELY A DECADE FOR S P JAIN SCHOOL OF GLOBAL MANAGEMENT TO BECOME ONE OF THE WORLD’S TOP INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

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Australian business school in Dubai makes it to Forbes list – Gulf News writes about SP Jain.

SP Jain has been featured by Gulf News for being ranked among the world’s Top 20 Best International 1-year MBAs. “Our
students have the unique benefit of studying in three cities — Singapore, Sydney and Dubai. They understand how to operate
in a global business environment — a skill much valued by recruiters,” says Dr Indu Niranjan (Dean, Postgraduate Programs)
while talking about this achievement.

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Topics: GMBA, Forbes

With VAT, Gulf banks will experience cost variations - Dr. Nawazish Mirza writes in Gulf News

An article written by Dr. Nawazish Mirza titled “With VAT, Gulf banks will experience cost variations” has been published
in Gulf News. “Given that VAT is on consumption, it is sometimes considered regressive in nature. However, given some of
the unique characteristics of the proposed tax reforms, it is likely to be quite progressive,” says Dr. Mirza in the
article.
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Topics: DUBAI, Faculty in News