Analjit Singh Honours NDIM's 16th Convocation

                Analjit Singh Honours NDIM's 16th Convocation

  PR Newswire

  NEW DELHI, January 21, 2014

NEW DELHI, January 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Analjit Singh lauded the contribution of its faculty while addressing the 16th
annual convocation of New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM), on19th
January. Founder and Chairman of Max India Group, Analjit commended the
teaching fraternity for creating a niche for NDIM and its students in the
highly competitive job market, having consistently quality placements.

Advising MBA graduates of New Delhi Institute of Management, the Max India
Chairman emphasized upon staying ethical and working for dynamic
organizations. Analjit Singh, who has been associated with ISB Hyderabad and
Mohali, has been known for his interest in the field of education.

Justice Dr. Arijit Pasayat, Chairman, Authority for Advance Rulings (Income
Tax, Customs, Central Excise), a former Judge of Supreme Court, called upon
the intellectuals to come together and help build more institutions like New
Delhi Institute of Management in the coming days. Justice Pasayat, with former
Supreme Court Judge Justice B.P. Singha, Director on the NDIM Board, offered
internship opportunities to the graduating students and assured of continued
association in their career building.Justice Pasayat extended all support to
Justice B.P. Singha for the initiatives taken by him in connecting the NDIM to
several IVY League colleges overseas.

Started in 1992 by former members and chairman UPSC and Justice R. S.
Sarkaria, former Supreme Court Judge and Chairman Press Council of India, NDIM
has been unique in its governance, with five former Chief Secretaries and
Secretaries of Govt. of India always on its Board all these years. In addition
to the two Padma Vibhushan and one Padma Bhushan awardees, retd. Air Chief
Marshal O. P. Mehra, Dr. P. Lal, Suresh Neotia, former Chief election
Commissioner of India, B. B. Tandon is also part of its Management Board. In
its report of 9th January, KPMG India have adjudged NDIM to be one of the
fastest growing b-schools of Asia.

Chairman V M Bansal, a distinguished former bureaucrat proudly announced the
names of 15 countrieswhere eight week international projects have been
offered to the first year student of New Delhi Institute of Management
bringingunique and rare opportunity for its MBA students. Bansal informed
that all his students have to qualify dual specialization rather than a single
specialization. Justice B P Singh informed that several new specializations
have been added at the demand of the recruiters which include media marketing
and communication, international business, supply chain management, all of
which are being delivered by the working professionals so as to give them
hands on learning.

Analjit Singh assured the students of a great career with his group companies
and asked his HR teams to visit New Delhi Institute of Management, which has
been continuously rated in the top category of Indian B-schools by the All
India Management Association, Business India and Business World.

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