Providence School of Business organized and conducted an awareness program on Sustainable Menstruation: Knowledge and Management on June 1st, 2022 in view of World Menstrual Hygiene Day celebrated on May 28, 2022.
Ms. Kavya, Sustainability and Sexual Rights Consultant, founder of Eco Feminist Research Foundation was the resource person for the program. She delivered a detailed presentation and demonstration on Sustainable menstruation, its importance, sustainable menstrual products, menstrual hygiene, and the flip side of the sanitary pad to the students, teaching and non-teaching staff of providence. The session provides more avenues to debunk the myths, taboos, and stereotypes about periods and particularly on the use of sustainable menstrual products.
The PSB management trainees of the 2020-2022 batch bagged top prizes at MIM 1.0 Prithvi management festival organized by Mohandas Institute of Management on 27th May 2022.
Ms. Devika Mohan grabbed the runner-up prize for "Best Manager", while Priydarsini and Suman Eapen put up a valiant effort in the "Business Quiz".
Team PSB comprising of Abin Alex, Akhil Madhu, Akhilesh Krishnan an Gibi George won the coveted "Best Management Team" prize.
Providence School of Business launched the "Coffee with a CEO" series on April 26th, 2022.
Mr. Venkitraman Anand, CEO and Whole-Time Director Harrisons Malyalam Ltd, was our guest. A seasoned leader and turnaround specialist, he spent two hours with us sharing his leadership journey.
Our management trainees learned about his career, the decisions he made that shaped his career, and the challenges he faced, in the span of four decades in the industry.
He spoke of must have mindsets and values that future generations of leaders should inculcate.
Providence School of Business organized a one-day business plan competition for under graduate college students under the theme "Ente Alappuzha", wherein proposals were invited to enchance and develop the Alappuzha district. The business plan competition had a prize pool of Rs 11,500 to be distributed amongst the winner and runners-up.
Alongside the main event, PSB also organized an inter-collegiate debate on the topic "Climate change is a catastrophe not a technical complexity", with a prize of Rs 2,500 for the best performing team.
The day was spiced up with an exciting treasure hunt on the Providence campus for teams of 4 people, with a prize of Rs 2,500 for the winning team.