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    Union Budget 2020-21 Talk by Lekha Chakraborty and Debopam Chaudhuri

    To deliberate upon important implications of the Union Budget 2020-21, SSE organised a Post-Budget Talk by Lekha Chakraborty (NIPFP) and Debopam Chaudhuri on Thursday,11 February 2021, from 4.00 p.m. to 5.30 pm. In this two-member panel, Debopam Chaudhuri provided the Corporates and Macroeconomics perspective of the 2021 Union Budget. Dr. Lekha Chakraborty gave her perspective on Public Economics.

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    2020 Union Agricultural Market Acts: Who Gains?”by P. G. Chengappa & Sukhpal Singh

    To deliberate upon the important implications of the 2020 Union Agricultural Market Acts, SSE in association with the Department of Data Science, Christ University, Pune Lavasa Campus organised a Panel Discussion on the 2020 Union Agricultural Market Acts by P. G. Chengappa & Sukhpal Singh on Thursday,14 October 2020, from 4.00 p.m. to 6.00 pm.

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    Role of Individual in Waste Resource Handling and Management " by Dr. Sharad Kale

    For orienting students on different aspects of Waste management to BSc. (Economics) Hons. 2016-19 Batch, an interactive session with Padmashree awardee, Dr. Sharad Kale was organised on 12 December 2017, from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm at Vishwabhavan Auditorium. Dr. Jyoti Chandirmani delivered the opening remarks. Dr. Kale spoke on environmental awareness, importance of inculcating the habit of treating waste as resource, and role of individuals in waste resource handling and management. Dr. Debdulal Thakur, delivered a vote of thanks.

    The session made students aware about the research problems in the field of waste management and other related aspects. After the session, Dr. Sharad Kale will be interacted with the group coordinators/leaders of Primary and Secondary Projects to guide them on Projects.The discussion with the speaker helped students prepare their research proposals for the Primary and Secondary research project

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    EQ Fourm 2020: Body Positivity

    A great panel discussion on body positivity and body shaming held on 22nd January 2020 as part of the SSE Social fest. SSE thanks the panelists Dr. Falguni Vasavada, a TEDx Speaker and a Professor and Chair of Strategic Marketing Area at MICA; Amber Qureshi, an entrepreneur and The Plum Tree designer; and Amena Azeez, Fashion & Lifestyle Blogger/Body Positive figure @Fashionopolis. Speakers talked about how vital body positivity is for everyone; body-shaming isn't about putting just a plus-size label but also when a person is below or above an average height size, suffers from a scarred face or maybe dark-skinned. They mentioned that a perfect body is a myth, and getting fed with the image of perfection is utterly fake. Body-shaming is bullying, and no one should be a victim of the same. Everyone should love their bodies irrespective of how they look because they'll always be beautiful the way they are. My body, my Rules! Panelists urged the audience to stop being judgemental when you look at others.

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    Blood Donation Drive, 2021-2022

    March 29, Symbiosis School of economics (401C)

    The blood donation drive is one of the first donation drives in the Symbiosis School of Economics (Economics). The drive was organized by the MSc Council in collaboration with Samarpan, ISR Cell, and Enactus club of SSE. The donation drive was conducted in collaboration with Symbiosis University Hospital & Research Centre (SUHRC) Blood Bank. The coordinator for the same is Dattaprasad Shinde from SUHRC

    The Blood donation drive was inaugurated by the chief guest, Dr. Shirish Limaye, retired Professor, Head Department of Accountancy at SCAC, along with Prof. Jyoti Chandiramani, Director, SSE. Dr. Limaye in his motivational speech on social service quoted Swami Vivekananda "Only they live who live for others, the rest are more dead than alive". The inauguration ceremony was then followed by a singing performance to encourage the participants performed by Liza Khurana and Shreyak Shailendra. Soon after the performance the ribbon ceremony was initiated followed in order by Diya lighting and recitation of humble prayers.

    This marked the official inauguration of the blood donation drive, managed and conducted under the supervision of Dr. Kalbag from Blood Bank BTO. Donors were checked for basic medical indices and provided with refreshments before and after the process. The refreshments included Idli, Bananas, Frooti, Oranges, Tea, Coffe, Parle-G, and Glucon D.

    Volunteers from ENACTUS, Samarpan, MSc Council, and the ISR team were in charge of escorting the donors to the refreshment room and thereafter.

    In the Blood donation drive, one can not just expect physical weakness but mental weakness as well. So to keep up the spirits of the heroes, a Hindi cinema movie called Shershaah and Zindagi Na Milegi Dubara was played.

    The drive was a huge success, with 180 people coming to donate blood. Following the checkups and overall indices, 102 people were eligible for the donation and donated the blood.No severe causality was reported throughout the event.

    At the end of the ceremony, all donors were presented with badges and certificates to mark their contributions. The drive was a success and the contribution of SUHRC Blood bank BTO, SSE MSc & Bsc council (Including Raga Club, Samarpan, Arthiniti, Enactus, Kalakriti, and ISR team) along with the volunteers and Photography club members.