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Bengaluru, Karnataka, 26th November, 2014: Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru organized a street play at Forum Mall, Bengaluru to mark the anniversary of the terrorist attacks that shook Mumbai on 26th November, 2008 and to pay tribute to all the people who lost their lives. The street play was witnessed by onlookers in and around Forum mall, a prime location in Koramangala, Bengaluru.

The play, which was organized by SIBM-B’s Social Responsibility Committee in coordination with their dramatics club, Jzaa, focused on the theme of Humanitarianism- which emphasized on the ethic of extending kindness and sympathy and showing benevolence to all human beings. The play brought to light the ways in which we, as common people, can bring about a change and help curb societal problems by acting well within our power. The play depicted everyday scenarios which we face like spitting in public, urinating in public, apathy of the public during the event of an accident and rape. It also portrayed how the fast and busy pace of life had made human beings selfish.

Through this endeavor, SIBM hopes to sensitize the people of Bengaluru to the persistent social and civic problems that torment our society and bring to light, solutions that we, as common people, can implement by taking matters into our own hands in an attempt to make society a better place to live in.

Aditya Chiruthapudi, coordinator Social Responsibility Committee, said, “The annual street play endeavor has been SIBM-B’s way of conveying a strong message to the citizens that we are awake and ready to act to upon the troubles that torment our society, and so should you. It gives me great pride and satisfaction to work with a talented dramatics club in organizing such an impactful event for a social cause”.

Chetan Gupta, member Jzaa, the Dramatics Club, quoted, “Our purpose was to bring out and live every emotion of life and to make people aware and socially responsible towards the society. It was a learning as well as realization for most of the students which was appreciated by the audience during feedback.”

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Ideas Beyond Imagination – TedxSIBMBengaluru

What happens when you put a social entrepreneur, a humanitarian, a musician, a retired army officer, a Jal Tarang player, a television personality, a professional Squash player, a techie and the world’s most followed Quora writer together? – It is simply Beyond Imagination.

This is what happened at the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru that was hosted on 18th February, 2017 at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Bengaluru Campus. With the theme this year being Beyond Imagination, TEDxSIBMBengaluru’s raison d’etre was to enkindle a sentiment that there is no limit to the creative ideas that can be generated.

11 stalwart speakers with illustrious careers gathered this year at SIBM Bengaluru to inspire the audience and students alike with their musings and cognitions.

What better way to start a TEDx talk than with an individual with a vision for the future – Mr. Samit Choksi, Cofounder of Thinkphi, a clean technology company. Mr. Choksi’s discourse was centred on his innovation – The Ulta Chaata, and the way discovery and continuous innovation can lead us to create a better society.

The second speaker of the day was Major General Gagandeep Bakshi who instilled patriotism in each person through fascinating stories during his stint in the Indian Army. As a leader of several life challenging missions, Major General G.D. Bakshi spoke about the importance of ‘Management by Objectives’.

‘Believe, Fight and Enjoy’ was the message that Mr. Saurav Ghosal emphasised on and spoke at élan about his journey to success. A professional Squash player, Mr. Ghosal iterated on the importance of perseverance, dreams and hard work to seize the moment and make each day count.

Mr. Sameer Dhanrajani, Business Leader at Cognizant focussed on ‘Analytics’, the technology of the day. He quoted, “Data is the new oil and ‘Digital’ is the new currency”.

TEDxSIBMBengaluru 2017 not only focussed on talks, but also provided a platform where the audience heard the spellbinding music of the rare Indian instrument, the Jal Tarang. Pandit Milind Tulankar mesmerised the audience with his mellifluous music which drove his statement, ‘Music is the best therapy for the soul.’

“I want to fulfil the dream of Mahatma Gandhi to remove untouchability in India”, said Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak during his discourse at TEDxSIBMBengaluru 2017. His beautiful message for the audience, among many others was, ‘If one person helps the other, the world will be a happier place.’

A touching quote can change mindsets in a matter of seconds or put you deep in thought. This is exactly how Mr. Deepak Solanki started off, “We began our journey not knowing where to stay, but with a confidence we began”. He aims to improve connectivity of the internet and data transfer and revolutionise the entire way of how we see the ‘Internet of Things’.

Mr. Balaji Viswanathan, with more than 2,70,000 followers & a million credits is the most followed author/profile on Quora, worldwide. His articles have been published in Forbes, The Huffington Post, Fortune and many more. He questioned “As time progressed, AI has made its presence felt even more. Who is going to be responsible for laws impacting robots and automatic beings?”

Ms. Sunaina Pamudurthy, a Social Activist, was a part of the Team NanoMADs, the first Indian Team to complete 18,200 Km Mongol Rally, spanning across 13 countries from London to Mongolia and 48 days on the road, in an all Indian car Tata Nano Twist. Her inspiring quote, “Fear is not the first emotion that hits me, it’s surely confidence” seemed to have raised the audience’s spirit of self-confidence.

Mr. Prakash Belawadi, a theatre, film, television and media personality enlightened the audience about the emergence of Interactive Cinema. He added that ‘Interactive Cinema’ will become the defining art of the 21st century where viewers would even get to choose the ending they like! He ended on an intriguing note – “What if the movie is watching you?”

Mr. Ehsaan Noorani, part of the iconic music trio of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, went on to brief the enchanted audience about the making of the ‘Dil Chahta Hai’ soundtrack over a three day trip with Farhan Akhtar. He added that he really connected with the theme ‘Beyond Imagination’ and described his childhood experiences and his love for music.

The organising team left no stone unturned to create the most magical artistry of sorts. The TEDx Signature board did not come by easy as it took 2700 paper cups, 50 bottles of paint, and 20 days of hard work, which poured in with just one idea, and the result – A masterpiece was made.

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Going #BeyondImagination With TEDxSIBMBengaluru 2017

Every once in a generation comes along a person or a handful of people who not only question the rationale of science but change it radically and leave the world in awe. A passion to excel, compassion to make the world a united place and fervour to not let go even when the odds are stacked against you is what defines our most coveted event TEDxSIBMBengaluru, an independently organised event licensed by TED. It is scheduled on February 18, 2017 at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Electronic City, Phase-1, Bengaluru, India.

The theme of the event is ‘Beyond Imagination’. The theme aims to portray the sentiment that there is no limit to the creative ideas that can be generated. The theme also aims to debunk the myth that the world is running out of ideas. Stalwarts from various fields will be speaking about their area of expertise.

The speakers include:

1. Balaji Vishvanathan – The Founder and CEO of Be Limtless Inc and Zingfin.com. Balaji has written more than 3,480 answers and has 251.9k followers on Quora as of January 15, 2017.

2. Deepak Solanki – He has worked with start-ups and is also the founder and CEO of Velmenni. He created several commercial products which include Traffic Light Down-Counters and Vehicle Tracking System.

3. Ehsaan Noorani – He is a musician, guitarist and an entertainer. Ehsaan Noorani was a co-judge in India’s first English singing show called The Stage produced by Viacom and aired on Colors Infinity.

4. Major General Gagandeep Bakshi – A retired Indian Army Officer. He was awarded the Vishisht Seva Medal for commanding a battalion in operations in Kargil.

5. Mr. Kapil Shelke – The entrepreneur and CEO of Tork Motorcycles, he has developed one of the most innovative electric vehicle in the market which can run above 100KM on a single charge.

6. Mr. Bindeshwar Pathak – The founder of Sulabh International, he has received 70 different awards including the Padma Bhushan, Humanitarian award of NY global leaders dialogue and many more.

7. Pandit Milind Tulankar – The Jaltarang artist, he was influenced by his grandfather. His art has been appreciated in many concerts and has received many awards for the same.

8. Mr. Saurav Ghoshal – A professional squash player with a world ranking of 15. He has also received the Arjuna Award in 2007.

9. Mr. Prakash Belaadi – He is actor, filmmaker, activist, journalist and entertainer and is the co-founder of Centre for Film and Drama and launched the Suchitra School of Cinema and Dramatic Arts.

10. Ms. Sunaina Pamudurthy- She, is an avid traveller and a fierce supporter of children rights. She is a social activist and a MAD Activist.

11. Mr. Samit Choksi – He is a social entrepreneur and the Co-founder of Thinkphi. Prior to this he has co-founded and worked at various start-ups in India and Silicon Valley as a software architect and developer.

12.  Mr. Sameer Dhanrajani – A Global Business Leader at Cognizant Technology Solutions who pioneered the Customer Risk & Operations Analytics framework (CRO) at Cognizant Analytics.

The event is open to the public and has a limited audience seating of 100. It is a full-day event commencing from 10 AM till 6 PM. The event details are available on our official event website www.tedxsibmbengaluru.com and social media pages like Facebook and Twitter.

For additional information, kindly contact:

Arjun Parekh

+91 8951096388 | arjun.parekh17@sibm.edu.in OR public.relations@sibm.edu.in

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5 Facts You Didn’t Know About TEDxSIBM Bengaluru

With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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With all the excitement pumping up for the 6th edition of TEDxSIBMBengaluru, do you think you know the A to Z of the event? Well then, it’s time to put your gyaan to test! Here are five facts about TEDxSIBMBengaluru that we bet you never knew about.

 

1)  TEDxSIBMBengaluru – One of the Earliest TEDx Events

TEDxSIBMBengaluru when started in 2012, was one of the only three TEDx talks to be organised in Bengaluru, with the other two being TEDxNMIMSBangalore and TEDxBangalore. Our efforts are directed at bringing the best minds of the country to share their wisdom for a better future. SIBM-B has been forever proud to have received the rights to host the prestigious event and has always lived up to the elite standards of the global TEDx framework.

point 1

 

2)  5 Years, 5 Editions

SIBM-B has taken it as a loyal commitment to organise TEDxSIBMBengaluru without fail every year. From its inception in 2012, we’ve managed to marshal the event for a total of 5 times, once every year. More than 100 students strive hard to put the event in place, and this year’s organising team includes a student strength of 104. With the 6th edition waiting to be unravelled on the 18th of February, SIBM-B is delighted to have achieved a no-break status in the hosting of TEDxSIBMBengaluru.

point 2

 

3)  Splendid Speakers from All Walks of Life

From Armstrong Pame, the first IAS officer from Zeme tribe of the Naga people, to Snake Shyam, the naturalist on wheels, to Adarsh Aathi the mentalist, to Major D. P. Singh, India’s first blade runner, to Charles Ma, the unconventional Bharatanatyam dancer, to The Indian Jam Project who gives every piecen of music a ‘desi’ twist , you name a field, we’ve had them all at TEDxSIBMBengaluru. (You can find their talks here: https://www.youtube.com/user/sibmbangalore/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=5). The tradition is going to be no different this year, with the list of distinguished speakers we have lined up for the 6th chapter. The countdown is already on!

point 3

 

4)  The Enormous Online Reach

The Youtube channel of TEDxSIBMBengaluru has crossed a viewership of 3.5 lakhs as of now. The channel contains videos of a handful of TEDx talks at SIBM-B over the years, including that of Vasu Dixit (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxqLhdEwgaA),

Elena Kazan (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmFsgc5lhd8), Gulshan Deviah (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkUaqVAyarg) Sidharth Rajeev (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxLi4BH2BZ0), to name a few. TEDxSIBMBengaluru also has wide reach and popularity over key social media platforms as well.                                                                                              point 4

 

5)  Themes That Go in Tandem with Each Other

The theme of every year’s TEDx talks at SIBM-B has a deep connection with that of the preceding year’s. We started by “Challenging The Unconventional”, then we did so and took “The Road Less Travelled” to follow our hearts to pursue the best of life mantras, “Carpe Diem : Seize The Day”, and showed the world “The Power Of One”. And this time, we’re all set to commence on our journey “Beyond Imagination”.

point 5

 

Written by Jayalakshmi Ranjith and Bhuvan Sachdeva, first year students (2016-18 batch) of Symbiosis School of Media and Communication (SSMC), Bengaluru

 

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