The School of Business Management, NMIMS, are now organisational members
We are proud to welcome The School of Business Management (SBM) of SVKM’s Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) as organisational members of Social Value International. Deemed to be University (as per UGC Norms), one of India’s premier business schools is situated in Mumbai – the financial hub and nerve centre of the country.
Apart from offering diverse cutting-edge programs for students, it also offers executive education programs for professionals who want to make the key transition in their careers. The SBM educational experience aims to equip students with a bedrock of management skills to help them navigate through the complex business environment of today. A dynamic curriculum designed in conjunction with academics and industry practitioners provides them with the opportunities to master new skills and explore varied perspectives.
Social sensitivity is the credo at SBM, where students are sensitized to respond to the changing social realities through the development and application of knowledge for creating a sustainable society.
The Jasani Centre of Social Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Management of the School of Business Management, NMIMS has undertaken SROI studies for a few corporates like Mahindra Finance, Mahindra World City, and a few others including NGOs like Samavedana. They are not doing any SROI projects currently. But as part of their academic curriculum, the calculation of SROI is taught to students of MBA in Social Entrepreneurship and full-time MBA.
The School of Business Management wishes to strengthen their knowledge in the area of social value measurement. This will help them in developing our expertise in training students as well as reaching out to organizations who need support in social impact measurement
Dr Meena Galliara, Director, Jasani Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Management, said: “We’re thrilled to join Social Value International. The Network is a thriving and essential voice of the sector and we’re looking forward to being part of the national, and international, movement towards changing the way the world accounts for value. In contemporary times it is important to understand how social projects and programmes create stakeholder value. We are happy to join the Social Value Network as we will get opportunities to learn from network members about the philosophical perspectives and technical approaches for accounting and reporting social value.”
To follow NMIMs on their social value journey contact:
Dr Meena Galliara
Director, Jasani Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Sustainability Management, School of Business Management, NMIMS