We heard the birds chirping, there was no noise of the fans, there was the sound of wind hitting the leaves. None of the chairs made noise; all we heard was the noise of silence, something which we failed to listen to in our busy routine lives. Asia Plateau had welcomed us to be part of the Moral Rearmament camp amidst the rich scenic beauty of Panchgani. From the time
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The significance of Business Analytics in modern day world is unparalleled. Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology organized a Guest Lecture on Business Analytics by Mr. Surender Ahuja, Leader – Cummins Global Analytics Center (GAC). With a double management degree from IMT and IIM-A, he has been offering consultancy to various Manufacturing practices including Six Sigma, Lean and SCM. Having started the session calling it as a curtain riser on
The first match for the day was the second semi final, played between Div. B Senior and Div. C Senior. Being a 10-over match, Div. B Senior came out to bat and scored 68 with many batsmen contributing useful blows at the end. With 69 to chase, to earn a berth in the finals, Div. C Seniors started cautiously. At one point when 40 required off 5 overs, the batsmen
With the game of Volleyball edging out Cricket in getting done with the first semi final clash, Day 9 of the Independence Cup 2016 ensured that semi final for Cricket was not delayed further. Div. D Seniors came out to bat against a formidable Div. D Juniors just after sunset. Both the sides displayed great discipline in the initial couple of overs, it did not remain for long as Div.
Another rainy day, with the Juniors having got some time to practice after the weeklong midterm exams, Day 3 of Independence Cup started with an exciting Cricket match between boys of Division D Senior and Division A Juniors. The Seniors won the toss, elected to bat. Into the first over and the rain started pouring and the match had to be paused for a while, though it was a slow