Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

Sahaja School of Business (MBA) A World Class B'School approved by AICTE

SSB is a world class business school that teaches topics such as accounting, finance, marketing, organizational behavior, strategic planning, quantitative methods, etc. This includes "business", "business administration", and "management". SSB also make students aware of application software such as ERP, POS, Simulation, SCM & logistics. In addition to this students must also get to learn of the actual running of an enterprise. SSB is an entity by it self and can not be run as a department of a technical school now. SSB have a branding and that can come from the quality of teaching and its richness. The professional expertise brings prestige to the school. Placement is a sequel to quality of teaching staff and education provided in SSB

Mission: • Increase the understanding of the factors which influence the conduct of organizations • Provide students with the tools and techniques that they may use to influence organizational life. Influence the economy in general

06/04/2019

Minimum Qualification: -

Candidate must have completed BHMCT or equivalent from a recognized university.

Minimum Experience: 0-10 yrs.

Minimum Abilities: -

Candidate should be able to take Theory as well as Practical Classes.
Should be innovative in teaching method.
Should be energetic and confident.
Should be able to handle the students.
Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

work: 1 year (Preferred)
Education:

Bachelor's (Preferred)

06/04/2019

Minimum Qualification: -

Candidate must have completed BHMCT or equivalent from a recognized university.

Minimum Experience: 0-3 yrs.

Minimum Abilities: -

Candidate should be able to take Theory as well as Practical Classes.
Should be innovative in teaching method.
Should be energetic and confident.
Should be able to handle the students.
Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

work: 1 year (Preferred)
Education:

Bachelor's (Preferred)

04/04/2019

looking for Junior Accountant
knowledge on MS Office
Freshers can also apply

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14/11/2018

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14/11/2018

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03/11/2018

May this season of lights brighten your world 🌏Happy Diwali to All

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)
12/10/2018

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

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04/10/2018

Utsav-2k18,Traditional Celebrations

Utsav-2k18,Traditional Celebrations
04/10/2018

Utsav-2k18,Traditional Celebrations

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04/09/2018

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Yesterday Independence Day Celebrations at Sahaja Group of Instutions..
16/08/2018

Yesterday Independence Day Celebrations at Sahaja Group of Instutions..

Placements @ Sahaja School of Business
22/07/2015

Placements @ Sahaja School of Business

Our college got approved by AICTE and JNTU for the accademic year 2015-16.
30/06/2015

Our college got approved by AICTE and JNTU for the accademic year 2015-16.

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15/03/2015

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29/09/2014

Recruitement:
Sahaja group is recruiting candidates who specialized in agricultural BSc or diploma in agri. Fresher’s can also apply
Interested candidate can contact: 9059999060
Mail: [email protected]

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)
22/07/2014

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

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22/07/2014

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Sahaja School of Business (MBA)
22/07/2014

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

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22/07/2014

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29/06/2014

Star India CEO, Uday Shankar Becomes The First Indian Media CEO To Address The Paley Media Council, New York

By ,afaqs!, New Delhi,
May 27, 2014 Section: News Category: Media Publishing

CEO Uday Shankar will discuss the journey of STAR India and how the company has become India’s leading media business

India will witness a significant milestone in the history of its media industry as STAR India’s CEO, Uday Shankar becomes the first Indian CEO from the M&E industry to speak at the Paley Center for Media, the premier institution dedicated to advancing the understanding of media and its role across cultures and societies. Uday Shankar will be addressing a breakfast session, which will be moderated by Bobby Ghosh, Editor TIME International at PALEY DIALOGUE on Friday, May 30 in New York. He will be introduced to the distinguished guests by James Murdoch, Co-COO, 21st Century Fox.

The Paley Media Council is an exclusive, invitation-only membership community for entertainment, media, and technology industry executives and provides an independent forum for top industry leaders. Featuring candid conversations with the best minds in the industry, this year’s Paley Media Council will see an exclusive gathering in presence of the most distinguished guests from major American business organizations, foreign press organizations and leading social organizations.

At this global media platform, CEO Uday Shankar will discuss the journey of STAR India and how the company has become India’s leading media business by using its programming to spark national discussions on a range of social and political issues. Most notably, the series Satyamev Jayate, STAR’s hit talk show about India’s pressing social concerns, has become the premier platform through which Indians can discuss social issues. This achievement, combined with STAR’s track record of cultivating forward-thinking programming, casts STAR as a model for what a 21st century media business should look like—one that harnesses the power and reach of television to touch lives and create meaningful change.

Since 1995, the Paley International Council Summit has provided an independent forum that brings together chief executives of the world’s most important media, entertainment, and technology companies to advance the exchange of ideas and to foster community among them. Informal and organized discussions cover a wide range of critical issues that define the media industry and its role in society for generations to come.

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)
28/06/2014

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

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28/06/2014

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Sahaja School of Business (MBA)
23/06/2014

Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

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23/06/2014

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23/06/2014

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Amazon and EBay Inch Into India's E-Commerce Market:Indian companies spent 3 billion rupees ($49.9 million) on mobile ad...
22/06/2014

Amazon and EBay Inch Into India's E-Commerce Market:

Indian companies spent 3 billion rupees ($49.9 million) on mobile ads last year, and the market is projected to expand 43 percent this year, according to the Mobile Marketing Association. The bulk of this spending goes toward voice-based services because most Indians carry basic-feature phones.

Unilever’s service is a far cry from Spotify’s popular music-streaming service, where subscribers can listen to personalized playlists. On Unilever’s offering, which the company says has lured 8 million listeners since its start last October, a user places a call to a special number that disconnects after two rings so that the consumer doesn’t have to pay for the call. The system then calls back and plays a 15-minute prerecorded chunk of music interspersed with ads for the company’s soaps, skin creams, shampoos, and detergents. All users listen to the same recorded segment, which changes weekly.

Several companies, including Mondelēz’s Cadbury subsidiary, have offered free mobile airtime credit to customers—an attractive come-on in a country where 97 percent of mobile subscribers use phones with prepaid SIM cards. A code printed inside the packaging of Cadbury’s 5-Star chocolate bar enables the customer to redeem the points. Likewise, buyers of PepsiCo beverages and snacks get 15 rupees in free airtime. And Marico (MRCO:IN), India’s biggest seller of hair oil, in September started a service where consumers receive prerecorded calls offering basic English lessons.

14/06/2014

How Will a Master of Business Administration Degree Help My Career

Choosing to get an MBA is a big investment of both time and money, so students should make sure that getting this degree is the right decision for them before starting out in a program. For some, getting an MBA is the natural next step in a long, successful career. There are many ways in which an MBA can help prospective students get a leg up in the business world so they can pursue their hopes and dreams no matter what kind of business they want to get into.

For some, an MBA is a great way to get on the track to a position in their current line of work with a little more responsibility and maybe a few more perks as well. MBA programs help students to build management and leadership skills that will help them work in higher level positions, even as executives and CEOs. While an MBA isnít a guarantee of getting a position in management, it certainly doesnít hurt, as many businesses and corporations see it as a definite asset when working to fill these positions.

Getting an MBA can also be a valuable way to change positions in non-business careers as well. Those in fields like nursing, teaching, engineering and performing may find that an MBA can give them the skills in management and business that they need to move into leadership roles and advance in their chosen career fields. MBA programs are designed to equip graduates with a wide variety of business skills, many of which may be of great value in the working world no matter the field in which they will be applied.

In general, salaries of MBA grads tend to be higher than those with just an undergraduate degree. Those looking to progress not only in position but in salary as well will likely find that getting an MBA makes that process a little easier. Of course, this doesnít come without some initial outlay, as many MBA programs can be quite costly to pursue and may not allow students to work full-time while theyíre taking classes.

Getting an MBA is no guarantee of future success in business or in any other field. It is an investment in yourself and your career and like many other investments it may or may not pay off. It will be up to you whether or not the time and money you put into getting an MBA will be worth it in the long run.

Placements and success meet Sahaja School of Business (MBA)
14/06/2014

Placements and success meet Sahaja School of Business (MBA)

Today we celebrated a get together program with students and shared their views. finally prizes were distributed to topp...
13/06/2014

Today we celebrated a get together program with students and shared their views. finally prizes were distributed to toppers. enjoyed @ grand gala.

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13/06/2014

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11/06/2014
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Sahaja School of Business
A world class business school offering MBA education, with AICTE approval
admissions started, with Placement guarantee module.
interested candidates can apply
visit: www.sahajabschool.com
[email protected]
Ph: 9059999060

Placements @ SSBS
11/06/2014

Placements @ SSBS

11/06/2014

Campus Placements on 13th june 2014:

Venue: SSBS campus, 1:30pm on wards

EXIDE LIFE (Formerly Known as ING Life) having completed a decade long successful journey, ING Life Insurance has stepped into the next decade armed with a seamless distribution capability, strong customer base and over 9000 talented and competent employees. ING Life Insurance entered the private life insurance industry in India in September 2001 and since then has issued over 1.2 million policies. Headquartered in Bangalore, the company has a direct presence in 240 cities and distributes its products in other several parts of the country.

The Brand Essence of ING Life is, ‘Experience the joy of fulfilling your responsibility’. This positioning means, ING Life helps its customers fulfill their responsibilities as provider towards themselves and their families. As part of the ING Group, one of the world’s largest financial services company, ING Life provides its customers with the strength, reliability and the right balance between long-term savings, security & reasonable returns. This powerful positioning has helped ING Life create a distinct identity for itself..

Benefits and Entitlements:

We are recruiting talented and competent employees in the field of sales, training, operation and customer service departments. The fixed annual ctc during the continuance of employment ranges from 1.5L to 4L. He/She will be given LAPTOP on achieving 6 months confirmation norms. In addition, employee is entitled to Performance Linked Incentive/Bonus, 15L Personal Insurance Coverage. And he/she is eligible for leave, medi claim, insurance, Maternity Benefit of Rs.50,000 per child for 2 children and other employee benefits pursuant to company policies.

Qualification & Age:
Minimum Qualification: Degree
Age: 23 years & Above

Documents for attending the Interview:
Detailed CV
Photostat copies from SSC to Higher Qualification
Address Proof
Pan Card
2 Passport size photos

05/04/2014

A Chronic Sickness Inside the US Labor Market:
Special thanks to Robbert Van Batenburg of Newedge who Co-Authored this report.

Today’s jobs report is once again a testament to the malady of the US labor market. While the total number of people employed increased by a seemingly impressive half a million, a whopping 83% of those job gains came from temporary workers. Note that the half a million job gains is derived from the household survey of the US jobs market, which covers more of the labor market than the non-farm payrolls. It is also this enigmatic household survey that generates the national unemployment rate.

The US labor market is sick. More than five years after the failure of Lehman Brothers, the number of full time employed workers in the US is still 4 million less than in December of 2007.

Year US Population Full Time Employed % of Pop.

2000 281.4ml 114.3ml 41%

2007 301.6ml 121.6ml 40%

2013 316.7ml 117.3ml 37%

Economists are rattled by a US labor market that is unable to absorb all the people entering the labor force. From 2007 till today, the working-age population has increased by a total of 13 million but there are 1.3 million fewer people employed than in 2007. Like a million man march for jobs, this means that millions of people who joined the national work force were never able to find a job. What makes this so troubling is that young entrants to the labor force who fail to find a job will be less productive for almost their entire working lives.

In the first few years after people enter the labor force, they enjoy the steepest learning curve. So the average worker who starts his or her career in their mid-twenties has the most to learn and learns the quickest. By the time this worker reaches their early to mid-thirties, the learning curve levels off as they reach their peak earnings and productivity years.

However, if labor market entrants struggle for years to find their first job they are set-back several years in terms of on-the-job skills. So during what should be the worker’s peak earning years either salary or productivity or both fall short due to lack of experience. This is why rising youth unemployment, those 18-29, is such an eye opener.

According to the Millennial Jobs, the declining labor force rate has created an additional 1.95 million young adults that are not even counted anymore as “unemployed” by the U.S. Department of Labor.

The current unemployment rate for youngsters aged 18-29 is 16%, this is adjusted for those who have “given up” looking for work. When you look at the non-discouraged workers, it’s 11.4%, which is nearly double the overall unemployment rate of 6.7%. Maybe this is why politicians make such an effort to get out the youth vote. Is Washington buying votes; paying people not to work in this “strong” economic recovery?

Year US population (000) Labor Force Not in labor force
2000 281,422 141,489 69,254
2007 301,621 153,866 79,290
2013 316,739 154,937 91,808

Global corporations are increasingly agnostic to the citizenship and location of their workers and will direct jobs and investment capital to the location with the highest potential return. If Toyota or Microsoft MSFT -2.76% find more productive employees in Shanghai and Munchen than in Dallas and Seattle, they will act accordingly. To wit, non-farm productivity in America has shown anemic growth in the last four years but unit labor costs are close to all time highs. In other words, American workers have never been as expensive as they are today, but are not becoming more productive.

The Dissapearance of Corporate Investment

It’s a fact, US corporations just don’t trust this economic recovery. Even more, CEOs detest the lack of regulatory and tax visibility coming out of Washington. The more the President and Congress publicly condemn each other, the more CFOs are sitting on their cash and NOT investing in job creating innovations.

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27/03/2014

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Eco friendly Campus
27/03/2014

Eco friendly Campus

27/03/2014

Invitation for advisory board

Sahaja group of institutions, inviting persons of excellence for the advisory board. The honorable persons in any field, who can extend their time and expertise for the benefit of the students. Interested person please mail your profiles to: [email protected]

Grand opening of SAHAJA GOSHALA at SAHAJA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
18/03/2014

Grand opening of SAHAJA GOSHALA at SAHAJA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

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03/11/2013

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Capus Placements @ Sahaja School of Business
24/08/2013

Capus Placements @ Sahaja School of Business

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