Monday, August 9, 2010

Corporatization of MBA, Key session at MBAUniverse Conclave

Top CEOs and directors from Corporate world will be participating in a panel discussion at Indian Management Conclave on the theme 'Rethinking and Rebooting the Indian Management Education and Practice' on August 13, 2010 at India International Center, New Delhi.

The panel discussion is based on the topic 'Corporatization of MBA: Early lessons and way forward'. The objective behind the discussion is to throw light on the recent trend in Indian MBA education domain where leading corporate houses like Future Group, Bharti Group and companies on education domain like NIIT, Educomp Raffles and Everonn have launched their own MBA programs.

The panel discussion will involve participation from Muralidhar Rao, CEO,Future Human Development limited (future group), Harpreet Singh ,Executive Director, Educomp Raffles, Dr. Praveen Kumar Sharma Director, MBA Program, NIIT-U, Dr. Sanjay Gupta Dean (Academics), Centum U.

Muralidhar Rao, CEO, Future Human Development Ltd. (Future Group), has created learning solutions and conducted training programs for top management teams in leading organizations spanning across sectors including telecom, banking, insurance, manufacturing and services. Rao is on the panel of speakers for institutes such as Faculty of Management Sciences at IIT - Delhi, CII, ASSOCHAM, National HRD Net work and FICCI on HR, CRM and ERM related issues.

Harpreet Singh, Executive Director, Educomp Raffles is the Director of Educomp Raffles Higher Education Ltd., New Delhi, whose one of the brand is Raffles Millennium International. He is a Post Graduate from IIM Ahmedabad and has done B. Tech from COAE, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana. Singh is currently heading all the initiatives of Educomp Solutions Ltd in Higher Education field.

Dr. Praveen Kumar Sharma Director, MBA Program, NIIT-U is a management professional with nearly 20 years of work experience in various organizations. After starting his career as a Probationary Officer and working for several years in State Bank of India, he moved on to the education industry. in 2007, he became one of the youngest persons to be appointed as Director to any AICTE approved Management Institute.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta Dean (Academics), Centum U is a bachelor and doctoral degree holder from IIT Delhi, winner of IIT's silver medal and two national awards for his doctoral work. He was formerly a Senior Professor and Dean of an Institute of National Importance with pan-India presence, credited with introduction of several new programs at bachelors, masters and doctoral level besides extension and outreach activities., India's No. 1 MBA portal, is organizing the country's first ever management conclave -- the ' Indian Management Conclave 2010' on the theme of 'Rethinking and Rebooting Indian Management Education and Practice.' The conclave will be held on August 13 and 14, 2010 at India International Center, New Delhi. The two day conclave aims to bring together global management thought-leaders, directors from top B-schools, CXOs and HR heads, education policy makers, service providers and top faculty members from the management field on one single platform. The vision behind the conclave is to rethink the old paradigm and to redesign new ways to reboot the Future of Indian Management Education & Practice. The various sessions in the conclave may help to create a difference in the field of Indian Management Education.

In all there are more than 30 top speakers from management domain who will address the Conclave. Dr. Bakul Dholakia, Former Director, IIM Ahmedabad and Padma Shri awardee; Manish Sabharwal, Chairman, TeamLease and member of Prime Minister's Skill Development Mission; SY Siddiqui, Managing Executive officer and Administration (HR, Finance & IT), Maruti Suzuki India Ltd..and many more will address the Conclave. Renowned scholar Dr. Srikant M. Datar, Senior Associate Dean and Director of Research at Harvard Business School and Dr. Eileen Peacock, VP & Chief Officer Asia, AACSB will provide global perspectives on Management Education.

Many other leading management institutions and knowledge companies are supporting Indian Management Conclave like BIMTECH, NMIMS, IIPM, YES BANK, Harvard Business Publishing, KIIT university, Canon, Emearld Publishing Vmukti, Empi, GSB(everonn), Prometric, Jet Airways, IILM, Mint (HT Media ltd), etc in order to make this conclave a landmark in the journey of Indian Management Education.


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