SIBM Bengaluru
Little Feet…Big Strides

Bengaluru, Karnataka August 17, 2015: Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru is all geared up for Utthaan, an event organized by the Social Responsibility Committee of the college.The venture aims to promote positive relationships in underprivileged and orphaned children and encourage each child's sense of individual worth, through a funfair organized at the SIBM-B campus.

The event also aims at fostering a learning environment for the children whilst providing a platform for them to showcase their innate talent and abilities to the outside world.

The Social Responsibility Committee wishes to begin this novel flagship concept starting this year in the hopes of making it an annual endeavour. The students of SIBM-B would also actively volunteer for the same and interact and engage directly with the under-privileged children at our campus so as to get a glimpse of life on the other side. UTTHAAN is a sincere effort from SIBM-B towards the society, thus projecting the institute as a socially perceptive one.

The events to be conducted during UTTHAAN are as follows:


The event is scheduled as:

Date:   AUGUST 30, 2015
Time:   10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Venue:  SIBM Bengaluru, # 95/1, #95/2 Electronic City Phase- 1, Hosur Road,                    
              Bengaluru 560100

About SIBM Bengaluru:

Ever since its inception in 1978, SYMBIOSIS has been synonymous with progress. The trend of progress has been continued by setting up of SIU's first campus outside Maharashtra at Bengaluru in 2008. SIBM Bengaluru provides a holistic approach to management.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact the below.

Contact Information:

Sushma Aind                                Sakshi Hingar
+91 9686538124                           +91 9902104658

SIBM Bengaluru
95/1, 95/2, Electronic City, Phase-1, Hosur Road, Bengaluru-560 100

Source: By E-mail (August 24, 2015)

Published on on August 29, 2015


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