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GUEST LECTURE Nisha Dhawan
Topic: Capital Market Speaker: Nisha Dhawan
On August, 4th 2011, a guest lecture on “Capital Market” was organized for Third year BSc students and First year MSc students. The lecture was delivered by Nisha Dhawan, who was directly associated with the capital market functioning in London through Barclays Capital Securities Ltd. The main aim of this lecture was to make students understand the JARGON, FRAMEWORKS and REAL WORLD OPERATIONS of Equity Trading. She explained in detail the structure of an investment bank, functioning of institutional equities and terminologies used therein.
Her direct association with the day to day functioning of the capital market facilitated students to understand the real financial crisis happened in New York Stock exchange around 1980 and 2008. The session ended with the promise to her by students to watch The Wall Street Movies I and II till her next visit to SSE to understand the actual financial crisis in a more entertaining way.
5th Prof. Suresh Tendulkar memorial lecture Delivered by: Prof. Maitreesh Ghatak, London School of Economics & Political Science Venue: VIswabhaban Auditorium Date: 16th August 2018 Read More
Spatial Analysis: An Introduction
Date and Duration:22nd January 2018, Vishwabhavan Auditorium- 11 am to 1 pm Read More
Topic: Market and Moral Sentiments About the Author: Parikshit Ghosh Read More
Realising the rising importance of quantitative research methods in the domain of economics and social science, Symbiosis Teaching Learning Resource Centre and Symbiosis school of Economics in collaboration with The Indian Econometric Society organised a six day long FDP on Basic Econometrics and Time Series Data Analysis from 20th-26th November, 2017. Dr Jyoti Chandiramani, Director, SSE and Dr.Shrabani Mukherjee, Associate Professor, SSE have conducted the whole event. Read More
The Sports Council of SSE organized its Inter-Batch Volleyball Tournament on the 7th of October 2017. Matches were scheduled from 11:00 am onwards and each batch wasRead More