SP Jain School of Global Management signs MOU with Maharashtra Mandal Singapore to promote global employability
SP Jain School of Global Management (SP Jain Singapore), an Australian technology-led business school with campuses in Dubai, Singapore, Sydney and Mumbai, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Maharashtra Mandal Singapore (MMS), a non-profit social organization made up of both local and foreign Maharashtrian Indian diaspora, on December 29, 2017 at the SP Jain School of Global Management Singapore.As a part of SP Jain Singapore’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiative to help develop and widen the pool of skilled local talents, SP Jain Singapore will be providing scholarships and training to MMS’s members. In addition, the MOU also includes initiatives such as entrepreneurial training for female members of MMS and personal effectiveness and leadership workshops. Dr John Fong (left), CEO and Head of Singapore Campus at SP Jain School of Global Management and Asmita Tadwalkar, President of Maharashtra Mandal Singapore showing the signed MOU.
Commenting on this new partnership, Dr John Fong, CEO and Head of Singapore Campus at SP Jain School of Global Management said, “We are proud of this new partnership and are eager to work with MMS on a number of strategic initiatives. These initiatives are mutually beneficial and will provide an edge for MMS members to build on the established strengths of S P Jain.”
The initiative does not limit to the professional working adults but also the youths of MMS. There will be career counselling for youths and the chance to take part in the "Shadow the Professionals" project. This project allows youths to have first-hand work experiences by spending several hours with a professional who works in their field of interest.
Maharashtra Mandal Singapore's President Asmita Tadwalkar commented, “MMS is happy to partner with SP Jain Singapore, an alliance that will bring exciting synergies to the fore. We look forward to the unique collaborative opportunities that will be created along the way.”
Source - Connected to India