Wednesday, August 25, 2010

HR Seminar - Conducted by IIPM & Strategic Management Group (SMG)

IIPM is India's Premier B-School. IIPM was established by renowned economic visionary Dr.M.K Chaudhuri in the year 1973. Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri is the Hony. Dean-Centre for Economic Research and Advanced Studies,IIPM.IIPM is ranked No.1 in Global Exposure(Ahead of all the IIMs) and is ranked No.8in Placements amongst all B-Schools.IIPM offers premium courses in B.B.A,M.B.A,B.C.A and E.M.B.A. IIPM gives UGC recognised degree from M.S university(Tamil Nadu).

IIPM in association with its Strategic Management Group (SMG) conducted a seminar for HR aspirants, at NCUI auditorium on 13thAugust 2010. The note of the seminar was on -“Strategies to Re-focus, Re-engage and Re-energize employees for company’s quick recovery from the Recession.

The list of delegate speakers included corporate dignitaries like Mr. Anuj Taneja (HR Head, HDFC Bank), Mr Anand Pillai (Sr Vice President & Global Head- Quality and Talent Transformation at HCL technologies.), Mr Deepak Bahl (HR Head, Eros), Mr Rajesh Verma (HR Head, Max Health Care), Ms Neha Sharma ( HR Manager, Lloyd Ventures), Mr Kamal Kumar ( Sr. GM, Recruitment & Training, dhanuka Agritech Ltd.), Mr Arindam Nath (Head Consulting Partner, Planman HR).

The seminar had all the speakers enlightening the students by sharing anecdotes. Through their speeches they emphasized on the importance of retaining talent – which is one of the major challenges the HR industry faces today. They addressed various nuances of HR. From looking into balance sheets to ‘breaking all rules’, the seminar was a roller coaster ride.

The seminar was one of the initiatives under the Corporate Interface Program (2010-11). Under the aegis of this program IIPM has partnered with organizations like Pepsico, Colgate & Palmolive, Google INC, Berger Paints, Deloitte Consulting, Ernst & Young, HSBC Bank, Oracle Corporation, Bharti Telecom, ADAG, HDFC Bank, ICICI, UB Group, Zee Enterprises, E Value Serve, Copal Partners, Standard Chartered, Mahindra, Hewlett Packard, DLF, Yamaha, Suzuki and many for Guest lectures and Seminars.

It was attended by about 200 students specializing in Human Resource.


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