L to R: Dr Shaber Ali, Dr Pradip Sarmokadam and Nilesh Cabral
V M Salgaocar College of Law, Miramar has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Goa State Biodiversity Board.
The MoU was signed by Dr. Pradip Sarmokadam, Member Secretary, GSBB and Dr. G. Shaber Ali, Principal, V M Salgaocar College of Law in the presence of Nilesh Cabral, Minister for Environment, Government of Goa.
The objective of the MoU is to create awareness of biodiversity and its importance among people, to conduct various training programmes, seminars, workshops, awareness drives, rallies, street plays, logistic support, human resources and such other activities through its Biodiversity Cell and Legal Aid Cells functioning across the State of Goa.
While, the GSBB will provide assistance, knowledge and expertise, in furtherance to assisting the faculty and students at VMSCL in conducting empirical research in the field of biodiversity, VMSCL will organise biodiversity programmes in its premises alongside other related programmes in respect of biodiversity.
International Online Masterclass for Hospitality Students and Professionals on ‘Cheese’ by VMSIIHE
M. Salgaocar Institute of International Hospitality Education (VMSIIHE), in collaboration with the prestigious César Ritz Colleges Switzerland is hosting an international online Masterclass on ‘cheese’, which is open to students from hospitality institutes and hospitality professionals. The Masterclass is free and will be held on the 20th of July at 5:30 pm IST
In the Masterclass, Chef David Alvarez, an expert in gastronomy, will speak about cheese and Swiss cheese, while also introducing one to soft and hard local and regional Swiss cheese varieties known as canton valais straight from the cheese maturation fridge at the food-inspired kitchen.
Chef David Alvarez is trained in French gastronomy, food, and beverage service in Paris. He was a member of the first ‘Mexican Gastronomic Forum as Humanity World Heritage’ committee in 2011.
GIM among top 4 B-schools globally in the ‘Positive Impact’ Rating Edition 2021
Goa Institute of Management was recognized for its social impact and sustainability achievements at the announcement made at the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education Global Forum held virtually from New York.
The Positive Impact Rating (PIR) Report 2021 saw GIM emerge leaders and was one of 46 business schools from 21 countries worldwide that took part in the rating this year and achieved Level 5, making it a pioneering school within the PIR. Only 4 B-schools globally made it to the top ranked ‘Pioneering’ list of which 3 hail from India.
The social impact levels of the 46 business schools were announced by Prof Thomas Dyllick of the Positive Impact Rating Association and Sophie Charrois, President of oikos International.
The PIR is a rating conducted by students and for students, who assessed their B-schools on how they perceive their positive impact in the world.