Golf Sessions At SBS

"Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad breaks from good shots; you get good breaks from bad shots - but you have to play the ball where it lies."
- Bobby Jones

Shanti Business School always finds unique innovative ways to teach its students the basics of Business Management - be it the pedagogy in academics or the recreational activities at SBS. One such fun activity at Sbs Ahmedabad, is the golf session for the students, where students enjoy a complete roller coaster ride along with learning a high end luxury game.
Golf, when it comes down to it, is a game governed by the honor code. It starts with theory sessions on the basics of Golf followed by practical lessons on the golf academy itself. Students have a gala time practicing in the golf sessions for the competition which is held at the end of these sessions. The winners of this competition are entitled to get expensive vouchers from the Kensville Golf Academy.
As it is said, “The Harder You Work, The Luckier You Get”. While practicing for the Golf Sessions, students learned very important life lessons inspired from the game.

— at Kensville Golf Academy.

World Disability Day

It was a day of emotions and expressions. Sense International a registered charitable trust that works with deafblind people came to Shanti Business School for an interactive session with the students. Deafblindness is a unique disability- a combination of vision and hearing impairments in an individual. The session started with a brief introduction on the disability and how the affected people lose their 94% skill of acquiring knowledge with the loss of vision and hearing ability. Sense International portrayed an amazing role play to demonstrate the communication technique used by deafblind people. It was a language of touch and the students were amazed to see the applicability of this language in a word guessing exercise with their classmates. Students were shown various symbols, their representations in that language and also the way of communication. In the end, Sense International (India) gave some inspirational examples of deafblind people whose lives have been touched by them and have reached great heights. Students enjoyed the session and were inspired to touch lives of such specially-abled people