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  • 1. G D Goenka Education City, Sohna Gurgaon Road (South Of Delhi) IndiaEPABX: +91 124 3315900 (30 lines) • EPABX (M): +91 9871600045-48 Fax: +91 11 26121000 Website: gdgwi.gdgoenka.com • www.goenkaglobal.com Email: apply@gdgoenka.com • careers@gdgoenka.ac.in online registration : www.goenkaglobal.com GDGWI EMERGING LEADERS 2012...PGDBM
  • 2. CONTENTSŸ the GD GOENKA GroupAboutŸ the InstituteAboutInfrastructureŸMessagesŸ Dr. Steve Bradley - Pro Vice Chancellor (International) Lancaster University, UK A.K. Goenka - Chairman GD Goenka Group Dr. Vijay Gupta - Director, GD Goenka World InstituteInternational Collaboration Lancaster UniversityŸCourses - PGDBM | M.Sc. | Undergraduate | EngineeringŸŸ Knowledge ExperienceTheLeaders at GDGWI - Faculty | Adjunct FacultyŸ Lancaster Faculty at GDGWIŸ LecturesGuestCorporate LinkagesŸIndustry ConfluenceŸSummer School at Lancaster | Summer School at GDGWIŸŸStudent Development Centre | Corporate Social ResponsibilitiesPGDBM Student Profile - Finance | HR | IB | MarketingŸPGDBM Batch 2010-2012ŸCorporate Resource Center | CRC Students CouncilŸ
  • 3. ABOUT G D GOENKA GROUP GD Goenka Group, established in 1982, has had varied interests in the fields of Real estate, Educational institutions, Travel & Tourism, Polyester buttons, Garments & other exports. The Group is headed by Chairman - Mr. A. K. Goenka along with Vice Chairperson - Mrs. Renu Goenka and MD - Mr. Nipun Goenka. G D GOENKA WORLD INSTITUTE The GD Goenka World Institute has been established to cater to the rising demand for quality higher education in India. The Institute has a proactive approach to higher education and its foundations are based on the philosophy that quality education requires consistent efforts and new directions in the area of teaching, learning, research and training. GDGWI in partnership with the prestigious Lancaster University has designed Undergraduate and Postgraduate degree programs that focus on the application of knowledge to real life situations. It is the endeavors of the institute to be student centered in its approach and provide a balanced curriculum that results in the development of the overall personality of the students and to help them in becoming thought leaders of tomorrow. The institute encourages applied research and has qualified faculty to help in creation of new knowledge which can be translated into classroom teaching. EDUCATION TRAVEL & TOURISM INDUSTRY Way back in 1994 the group set up its first school. The school has been ‘GD Goenka Tourism Corp. Ltd. is one of the leading IATA approved US$ 3 billion Welspun Group, is an amalgamation of expertise, recognized by the Directorate of Education Delhi and affiliated to the travel agencies, with an unparalleled expertise & experience in resources, opportunities and engineering excellence. With global C.B.S.E. The faculty on board has the Heads of academic management from the prestigious Doon School, Dehradun. With 15 years of excellence catering to the valid needs of the traveler to all corners of the globe. G D Goenka blends the most proactive agency services with leadership position in Line Pipe and Home Textiles, its marquee client list includes most of the Fortune 100 Companies operating The main objectives of the Institute are: in the field of education the school already has 17 functional branches. innovative travel technology, and global travel market expertise to in Oil & Gas and retail sector like Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Wal-Mart, In 2003, the group went ahead and opened its second branch - A boarding provide each customer with a fully unified, and customised, Target amongst others. Supported by some of the largest To provide avenues for quality higher education to its students in an environment that is conducive to learning and teaching so as to make them business leaders of tomorrow; l school at Sohna in Gurgaon Distt. to cater primarily to the children of NRIS corporate travel solution. Financial Institutions / Banks (Temasek - Govt. of Singapore, HSBC, Standard Chartered Bank, Goldman Sachs, ICICI venture, To collaborate and benchmark its systems and processes to match the best educational institutions in the world and to become a center for advanced research in the disciplines of its focus; l and Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs). G D Goenka World School is co- The client list includes SAIL, NHPC, TCIL, ONGC etc. from the Govt. educational and has international affiliation (I.B. Geneva and IGCSE, Sector and Zee TV, Welspun, TTK Prestige from the private sector. State Bank of India) and strong foothold in over 50 Countries, with To develop personality, communication skills, multi culture orientation, positive outlook and progressive world view among its students; l Cambridge). over 24,000 employees & 100,000+ shareholders, Welspun is Having established itself as a trendsetter in providing quality education up one of Indias fastest growing conglomerates. To engage in applied and theoretical research to promote field of knowledge and explore, the unexplored areas of human and societal development; l to high school level, the group in 2009 started G D Goenka World Institute Since its inception in 1985, the Welspun group has grown rapidly to become a Global leader in almost every segment that it To engage in interaction with industry and services sector so as to link education, training and R&D to solve the problems and explore newer areas of development. l for higher education with a link up with the prestigious Lancaster University, UK for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. operates viz. Home Textiles, SAW Pipes, Yarns. Besides its The latest star to the galaxy of institutions is the GD Goenka operations in core sectors like Steel, Steel pipes, Infrastructure, “La petite” – pre schools Energy and Oil & Gas, Welspun additionally touches numerous1 lives across the globe with its world-class Home Textile products.
  • 4. INFRASTRUCTURE — enabled campus and gigabytes optic fibre backbone with hi-speed lease line connectivity. Wi-fi —Secured wired LAN environment optimized with hi-end network switches, servers, routers, firewall backed up with complete unified threat management gateway system. —Centrally controlled digital AV system which also caters to Video Conference facility & TV channel distribution system. —A customized ERP for managing the entire student & faculty database along with administration. — acre amateur golf course 17 — Olympic size all weather state of art swimming pools Half —Olympic size 400 mts 8 lane athletic tracks well equipped fitness centre with Gymnasium and Spa31
  • 5. Dr. Steve Bradley Pro Vice Chancellor (International) Lancaster University, UK It gives me an immense pleasure to put forward GDGWI Emerging Leaders 2012 from GD Goenka World Institute (GDGWI). GD Goenka World Institute is well recognized among leading Indian and multinational companies as one of the most respected business schools in India. GD Goenka in partnership with Lancaster University has created a robust educational institution that ensures a strong academic environment, which will surpass the expectations of the corporate world. The faculty, alumni and the recruiters form an indispensable core of our approach to delivering a high quality educational experience. This quality is based on creating world-class curriculum, helping us keep pace with the ever-changing needs of the global economy. Needless to say, our partner recruiters, alumni and specialists from across the industry have been with us offering substantial support. Since the beginning, GD Goenka World Institute has focused on creating a pool of budding managers, who are ready to deliver from the day they start their job. Various interventions at the campus, such as company-based projects, competency mapping, assessment centers, mentoring from industry, regular interaction with Lancaster faculty members and exchange of students makes GDGWI Emerging Leaders 2012 a perfect fit for business. In our global society, education plays a key role in the pursuit of the path we take as global citizens. The future is perpetually at crossroads and so are the students. We take it as our responsibility to bring it together and encourage minds, disciplines and cultures. Our commitment is to provide Our current batch of students on the PGDBM program are from different academic streams and socio-cultural background, but all of them are highly education of international standards with world-class facilities, Instilling excellence in every student and nurturing them to become complete committed towards organizational goals and performance. individuals. Ensuring that students are given everything needed to choose the best outcome for themselves and for the world tomorrow. I welcome you as one of the most favored companies to the campus to be part of the Campus-2012 process. We look forward to creating a long and mutually beneficial relationship with your esteemed organization.5
  • 6. A.K. Goenka Dr. Vijay Gupta Chairman GD Goenka Group Director, GD Goenka World Institute I welcome your organization to the campus of G D Goenka World Institute for the recruitment of the graduating students of Post Graduate Diploma It gives me immense pleasure to present to you our second cohort of the Post- Graduate Management students. in Business Management. G D Goenka World Institute has brought to India the Management & Engineering programmes from the Lancaster University (LU) in United I take this opportunity to invite you to experience our campus and meet our young professionals, who, we believe can be efficient and effective Kingdom. The management programme of LU is a top-of-the-line programme which is a triple-accredited, world-ranked management programme, change-agents through your esteemed organization. Im sure their relentless passion for excellence and their commitment towards the society will consistently among the UKs top five. Lancaster is among the few leading business schools to combine excellence in research with a student- work together as an impressive asset for your organization. centred campus. We, at GDGWI, understand the direction of the winds of change and have prepared our educational programs with that in mind. It is a rare opportunity The programme at GDGWI follows the same curriculum and the same pedagogy as at Lancaster. The students are trained at the same level of rigour for a student to be able to go through such a rigorous training in Economics, Management, and Law and prepare themselves for the world of and examined with the same standards. tomorrow. The institute provides its students a conducive environment, which is based on cooperative values but is designed to be equally Our PGDBM graduates demonstrate: competitive in nature. Our students are challenged to think, understand and challenge conventional wisdom in order to forge new direction to accumulation of knowledge and solving problems. • In-depth, specialised and comprehensive knowledge in the areas of: Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, At GDGWI, we have groomed these young social architects with great care, ensuring that the best available inputs and the latest technology have Entrepreneurship and Family Business, and International Business gone into the process. A rigorous academic regimen has equipped students with the professional and personal skills to excel in whichever sector • Understanding of the nature of management, the complexity of organisations, and the management of change they choose to work for. This further enables them to adapt to various challenging situations with ease and confidence. There is no doubt in my mind that they will surpass all expectations when it comes to fulfilling your organizational objectives. • Numeracy and awareness of statistical techniques in management decision making Once again, welcome to the campus of GDGWI for the recruitment process! • Soft skills including effective communication and interpersonal skills, teamwork skills, and negotiation skills • Organisational communication skills including Corporate Communications, Report Writing, etc. A. K. Goenka I welcome you to GDGWI and feel privileged to invite you to participate in the placement process this year. I am confident that your organization will benefit immensely from your choice of our graduates.71
  • 7. Acknowledged as the best MANAGEMENT SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION ŸRanked in the world’s top 50 for customised executive edcuation by the Financial Times, 2009 ŸLUMS in one of a small group of business schools in the world to have achieved triple accreditation from AACSB (USA), The GD Goenka World Institute has EQUIS (Europe) & the Association of MBA’s (UK) been established to cater to the rising demand for quality higher education in Undergraduate Postgraduate India. The Institute has a proactive Ÿ Guardian University Guide 2012 ranked The FT MBA (Financial Times) approach to higher education and its Lancaster 7th nationally and first in Northern foundations are based on the The Financial Times 2011 Top 100 Global Full-time Englad. philosophy that quality education MBA programmes ranked LUMS 41st in the world. requires consistent efforts and new ŸLancaster University was ranked 9th nationally During the last five years the Lancaster MBA has directions in the area of teaching, and first in the Northwest in the Independent been twice ranked 3rd in the world for Value for Complete University Guide for 2012. Money. learning, research and training. Ÿ Times Good University Guide 2012 ranked The ForbesMBA (Forbes) Lancaster University 9th nationally and first in Forbes magazine ranked the Lancaster MBA 16th in the Northwest. Accounting and Finance was the world and 4th in the UK in its 2009 ranking. ranked 2nd, Business Studies 6th and Forbes uses Return on Investment (ROI) as the Economics 17th in the subject guides. main measure. MSc Management (Financial Times) The Financial Times Masters in Management 2010 ranking ranked Lancaster 60th in the world, 11th in the UK, and 1st in the northwest of England.9
  • 8. PGDBM COURSE STRUCTUTE SEMESTER – 1 SEMESTER – 3 COURSES COURSES PGDBM Organizational Behaviour Managerial Economics Managing Service & Manufacturing Operations Strategic Management Accounting and Financial Analysis Elective I Statistics for Business Elective II A 2 year PGDBM full-time course in business management with specialization in Business Environment Extended Essay Finance/Marketing/HR/International Business/family business and entrepreneurship SEMESTER – 2 SEMESTER – 4 Programme Highlights COURSES Management Accounting COURSES Entrepreneurship l prepare the student for a career in business and To Managerial Finance Extended Essay / Fieldwork Essay management or related areas Research Methods Elective III lTo encourage the student to develop an analytical & enquiring Human Resource Management Elective IV mind which can respond creatively to the problems & opportunities facing business now and in the future as well as Introduction to Marketing those facing society at large lallow the student to exercise initiative and personal To responsibility in order to develop qualities such as flexibility, adaptability and independence, which will enable them to cope in a rapidly changing economic, social and technological environment lenable students to communicate ideas, problems and To COURSES solutions effectively to both specialist & non-specialist audiences in a broad cultural context11 2 1
  • 9. SPECIALISATIONS I. MARKETING - Choose any four II. FINANCE - Choose any four COURSES COURSES Consumer Behaviour Investment & Portfolio Management Marketing Communication & Brand Management Futures, Options & Derivatives Marketing of Services Banking and Financial Institutions International Marketing International Finance Sales & Distribution Management Mergers & Acquisitions III. HRM - Choose any four V. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COURSES Choose any four Management of Organizational Change COURSES International Business Management Staffing, Training & Development International Finance Leadership in Organizations Cross Cultural Management International HRM International Marketing Strategic Human Resource Management International Trade & Organizations (WTO) Performance Compensation Management Industrial Relations21 Note: First 2 Semesters are common for all the PGDBM Specialization Courses13
  • 10. M.SC. PROGRAMME A one year Full-Time course: UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES lM.Sc in Management and Marketing Three yeasr Degree Programmes lM.Sc in Management lBBA BBE Programme Highlights l l Hons (Marketing & Advertising) BA- l l completion of the programme the graduates will be able to use On management techniques drawn from specialist disciplines, such as accountancy, new venture planning, economics, finance, marketing Programme Highlights and hrm lDegree awarded by LU ranked 7th in the UK (GUG 2012) lUnderstand the nature of management, the complexity of organisations l3 weeks optional summer school at LU and how to manage change l numerate and aware of the benefits of statistical techniques in Be managerial decision-making l effectively in teams Work lable to write succinct reports Be l programme has been designed to meet the needs of graduates who The normally do not have a business/management background and who wish to develop skills in the full range of management disciplines. We expect students from a wide range of subject backgrounds to find this programme of value to them.151
  • 11. ENGINEERING MEng DEGREE PROGRAMME (B.TECH EQUIVALENT) 4 years undergraduate MEng Degree Programmes. The programme gives thorough emphasis on teaching through design to develop the students capabilities in assessing engineering options with creativity & flair. lElectronics & Elec. Engineering. lMechanical Engineering lComputer Systems Engineering Programme Highlights lConcept, Design, Implementation, operation (CDIO) mode of Teaching/learning l of the Art Laboratories & Library State lEminent faculty including from industry & Lancaster University lOpportunity for live projects from industry for research and innovation lCorporate resource centre assisting in Training & Placement17
  • 12. THE KNOWLEDGE EXPERIENCE The fundamental goal of teaching is to foster learning. Learning takes place in many different circumstances and contexts. Although everyone is capable of learning, a students desire to learn and excel is a vital pre-condition to effectively mastering new concepts and skills. Humans have multiple learning styles, some learn best in a lecture atmosphere, some are motivated by discussion while others absorb best when they read and reflect on what they have read. The classroom setting can encourage or inhibit learning depending on the dominant learning style of each student. Accommodating different learning styles creates an atmosphere that is conducive to learning. Students take many of their learning habits from the instructor. If the instructor doesnt show interest in the subject and a passion for learning, students are less likely to put forth the effort to learn in that class. At GDGWI we create an atmosphere that fosters learning. One of the best ways to foster learning is to demonstrate those feelings to students and encourage learning by creating a relaxed environment for students, stimulating conversation about concepts being presented and organising material in a way that makes it easier to understand. We treat subject matter as interconnected, emphasising that everything students learn should fit together into a holistic understanding of the world, from which they develop their personal worldview. At GDGWI we help students develop a deep love and respect for themselves, others and their environment through an open sharing of ideas and a judicious approach to discipline. When the voice of each student is heard a conducive environment evolves and the students feel free to express themselves. Class meetings are one way to encourage such dialogue. The faculty at GDGWI utilises a variety of teaching and learning styles. The knowledge content is covered through lectures, tutorials, workshops, practical work & problem solving exercises, case studies, business games, simulations, business report writing, groups and individual presentations. Students also have an opportunity to work in smaller groups.19
  • 13. Ajay Kumar Yadav, Assistant Professor, GDGWI Pursuing his PhD. from University of Allahabad, Masters in Finance and Control from Lucknow University. He has an industry experience of 2 years. Vijay Gupta (Director GDGWI) MANAGEMENT FACULTY Dr. Vijay Gupta is a B.Tech from IIT Delhi and was awarded the President of India Gold Medal for standing first among all Arindam Chatterjee, GDGWI graduating students from all branches of engineering. He has completed his Ph.D from the University of Minnesota, USA. PhD in Commerce from MONIRBA (University of Allahabad), Master of Psychology He has been awarded the honour of the Punjab Ratna.Before joining GDGWI, he was the Vice Chancellor of Lovely Suneel Sharma, Professor, IT & Entrepreneurship, GDGWI with specialization in Human Resource Development and Management from Professional University. He is a member of the working group on technical education of the National Knowledge Integrated Masters degree in Technology from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Department of Psychology, Centre for advanced study, University of Allahabad. Commission (NKC) and of the Board of Under-Graduate Education in Engineering of AICTE. Pilani, Ph.D. in the area of Computational Finance from Rajasthan University, Entrepreneurship Educator Course jointly from Indian Institute of Management – Bangalore and Stanford University. Iti Roychowdhury, Assistant Professor, Business Communication and Soft Skills, GDGWI G. D. Sharma (Director Higher Education, GD Goenka Group) Ashwani Goel, Associate Professor of Strategy, GDGWI Ph D from Jiwaji University, Gwalior, MP Masters Degrees in English Literature and in , Prof. G. D. Sharma has done his Ph.D. in Economics from Bombay University and Masters in Economics from Jodhpur Pursuing his PhD in Strategy from BITS Pilani Rajasthan, MS in consulting management History from the same university. University. He was awarded Honorary Degree of Doctorate of Letters, Nagarjuna University in 1999. Recently retired as from Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences, BITS Pilani, Rajasthan, MBA from Director, (Equivalent of Vice-Chancellor of Central University) Consortium for Educational Communication (CEC), New International Management Institute, IMI,New Delhi, Advance Management Program Delhi autonomous organization of University Grants Commission (UGC) New Delhi from October 2003 to March 2007. (Strategy & Leadership) from Indian Institute of Management, IIM Bangalore & ESSADE Kim Menezes, Assistant Professor, Statistics, GDGWI Prof. Sharma has 27 years of administrative experience in various capacities at various institutions in the country. Has been Business School, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Ph.D. in Applied Statistics from University of Texas at Austin, USA and a Masters convener and member of several committees set up by UGC, and Ministry of Human Resource Development, G.O.I., New degree in Applied Statistics from Bowling Green State University, USA. She has an Delhi. He was Honorary Professor of Kyung Hee University, Seol, Korea and Founder Member of International Year of Peace, Jaskiran Arora, Associate Professor, Accounts and Finance, GDGWI industry experience of 9 years. UNO. He is the Founder President, Society for Education of Economic Development, New Delhi Ph.D in the area of Finance from MDU Rohtak, Masters Degree in Business Administration specializing in Finance with an industry experience of 1 year. Leena Kaushal, Assistant Professor, Economics and Quantitative Techniques, GDGWILEADERS AT GDGWI PhD in Economics from School of Future Studies & Planning, DAVV, Indore and Dr. S.N. Puri, Director-Engineering, GDGWI Jones Mathew,Associate Professor, Marketing, GDGWI Masters Degree in Business Economics with specialization in Finance from School of Dr. S.N.Puri completed his Engineering degree from NIT, Allahabad, M.Tech from IIT Delhi and PhD from University of Aston Pursuing a PhD in Consumer Behaviour from Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Economics, DAVV Indore. in Birmingham UK. He joined Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in early 1972 and developed various technologies Delhi, with an industry experience of 18 years. required for Indian space programme. He was holding various positions in ISRO as Project Manager, Head strapdown system, Group Director Navigation system Group, Deputy Project Director PSLV/GSLV programme of ISRO, Dy. Director, Saibal Basu, Assistant Professor, GDGWI Launch Vehicle Inertial system. He has also published & presented many papers in International Journals & Conferences Mridula Dwivedi, Associate Professor, Human Resource Management, GDGWI Ph.D. in Economics from University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. and written a book on “Modern Inertial Sensors and Systems” (Prentice Hall Pub). Dr. Puri is the member of various Ph.D. in Management from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Certificate of Teaching scientific bodies in the country and having very good exposure of national and international syllabus followeds in various Higher Education (CTHE) from Oxford Brooks University, U.K, Masters in Economics fields of engineering and technology. Presently he is the Director Engineering at G D Goenka World Institute. from Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan. Anil Yadav, Registrar, GDGWI Chandrashekhar Vithal, Librarian, GDGWI M.Phil and M. Sc. from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Bala K. R. Balachandran, Distinguished Professor, GDGWI Masters degree in science and Library and information science. Bala K. R. Balachandran is a professor of accounting and operations management at New York University Stern School of Business. He teaches courses in management accounting, management control systems and financial accounting. Professor Balachandran earned his Bachelor of Engineering (with honors) in Mechanical Engineering from University of Vipin Agrawal, Lecturer, Marketing, GDGWI Madras, India; Master of Science in industrial engineering and Doctor of Philosophy in operations research from the Neha Pathak, Lecturer, Economics and Quantitative Techniques, GDGWI Pursuing PhD in the area of marketing from AIMA in association with Aligarh Muslim University of California, Berkeley and his certificate in management accounting from the Institute of Management Masters degree in Economics and Bachelors degree in Mathematics and Economics Accountants. University, MBA (Marketing) from Banaras Hindu University, qualified UGC – NET JRF from M.D.S University Ajmer. in management. K. K. Morya, Assistant Professor, Business Research Methods , IT and Supply Chain Management, GDGWI Dr. Kishore Morya completed his PhD. in the area of Supply Chain Management and Sandeep Kapoor, Assistant Professor, GDGWI Profitability of the Organizations from R. A. Poddar Institute of Management, University of Pursuing MBA from ICFAI University in the area of Finance, Chartered Accountant Rajasthan, Jaipur. Dr. Morya has expertise in the field of Linear Programming Model from The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Diploma in Business Finance Formulation and Solution, Networking Modeling using PERT and CPM, Demand (DBF) from ICFAI University. Forecasting and Supply Chain Processes.
  • 14. Seema Bhatt, Assistant Professor, GDGWI PhD in Management from Indian school of mines, Dhanbad, MBA with dual specialization in Human Resource Management and Marketing Management. ENGINEERING FACULTY Suneel Arora, Assistant Professor, Accounting and Finance, GDGWI Masters degree in commerce with specialization in Business Finance from Pondicherry Central University and PhD In the area of Finance from Nirma University, Irfan Ahmad Khan, Assisant Professor, Electronic and Electrical Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. He has also cleared level 1 of CFA and has an Engineering, GDGWI industry experience of 1 year. M.Tech. degree with the specialization of Digital System from Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad. Sushi Singh, Assistant Professor & Program Director Student Development Center, GDGWI Dr. Anand Swaroop Joshi, Assitant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Ph.D. in Environmental Science Management from IOU, the Netherlands, Masters Degree GDGWI (Natural Sciences) from Science College, Patna University, Post Graduate Diploma in Ph. D in Solar Energy and M. Tech in Energy Studies from Centre for Energy Ecology & Environment from Indian Institute of Ecology & Environment, New Delhi. Abhijit Chand, Lecturer, GDGWI MBA in Marketing from the NUS Business School, Singapore and the Richard Ivey Mr. Vishal Nimbark, Assistant Professor Electronics & Electrical Business School, University of Western Ontario, Canada. Engineering, GDGWI Masters in Microelectronics & Communication Engineering with Commendation (2:1), from Northumbria University, Newcastle. Anuradha, Tiwari, Lecturer, GDGWI Masters in Commerce with Specialization in Economics & Taxation from Jiwaji University, Gwalior, MBA in Advertising & Public Relations from International Institute Of Professional Ms. Pooja Malhotra, Assistant Professor, Compute System Engineering, Studies, DAVV Indore. GDGWI M.Tech.(Computer Engineering) from Banasthali Vidyapith. Chitrakalpa Sen, Lecturer, GDGWI Pursuing his PhD in the area of Financial Economics at the West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata, India, M.Sc degree from the University of Calcutta Ms. Asma Tuteja, Faculty, Computer Systems Engineering, GDGWI M.Tech.(Computer Engineering) from MM University, Mullana ADJUNCT FACULTY Kushal Kataria, Lecturer, Marketing, GDGWI M.B.A. with specialization in International Business from the University of Applied Prof. B.R.Handa Akshay Kulkarni Executive Director, South Asia, Cushman & Wakefield – Hospitality Sciences (FHTW Berlin), Germany and 1 year of industry experience. PhD and MA Mathematical Statistics with 1st division from IIT, Delhi. Dr. Saumya Sindhwani Project Manager at Hewitt Associates, Gurgaon Dr. Virendra P Singh HR Head, RJ Corp. Navroze D Dhondy Founder CEO, Creatigies Communications Pvt Ltd Dr. Vandana Singh, Professor - Mathematics, Engineering, GDGWI Ph.D (Applied Maths) in Operations Research and M.Sc (Maths) from Agra Dr. Vishal Talwar LSE Fellow in Management, London School of Economics University, Agra, UP. Dr. Vinnie Jauhari Region Lead, HP Labs Open Innovation Office, Hewlett-Packard Company Dr. Harsh Mishra International Knowledge Transfer Expert Saroj Venkatesh Group Offshoring Operations Director at Aircom23 Stuti Mody Associate Director, Consulting Division, Technopak Advisors
  • 15. LANCASTER FACULTY AT GDGWI Dr. Philip Lawton Mr. Ian Cammack Lecturer, Law School, Lancaster University Teaching Fellow – LUMS Dr. Richard Firmpong Oppong Dr. John Mackness Lecturer in Law, Law School, Lancaster University Director of Programmes Graduate, Management School Lancaster University Dr. Jonathan Ivy Mr. Neil Ralph Senior Teaching Fellow, Management Development Division, LUMS Teaching Fellow – LUMS Dr. Martien Lubberink Dr. Paul Devadoss Faculty Accounting and Finance, LUMS Lecturer – LUMS (Dept. of Management Science) Dr. Joachim Landstrom Prof. Paul Ferguson Faculty, Management Development Division, LUMS Senior Teaching Fellow and Head of MDD – LUMS Prof. Niall Hayes Dr. Ronika Chakrabarti Senior Lacturer, organisation, Work and Technology Lecturer – LUMS (Dept. of Marketing) Prof. Robat Rothschild Dr. Shantanu Banerjee Professor of Economics, Lancaster University Lecturer – LUMS (Dept. of Accounting & Finance) Mr. Steve Barron Prof. Steve Bradley Teaching Fellow, Management development Division Professor – LUMS (Dept. of Economics) Mr. Michael Anthonisz Teaching Fellow, Management development Division Dr. Brian McGarrie Senior Teaching Fellow – (LUMS) Prof. David Murphy Senior Teaching Fellow – LUMS25
  • 16. CORPORATE LINKAGES  Aditya Birla Retail Limited  KPMG International  Bombardier Transportation India Limited  Research in Motion  Ambuja Cements Ltd  Kraft Powercon Ltd  BPB Publications  Royal Bank of Scotland GUEST LECTURES       American Express India Audi India Bharti Retail Ltd       M3M India Limited Madison Street Capital MAIA Financial Services Pvt Ltd     Coromandel International Limited   International Services India Pvt. Ltd. Dell Delphi Automotive Systems Pvt. Ltd.       Samsung India Electronics Pvt Ltd Sharekhan Ltd SPA Group  Capital IQ, A Standard and Poors Business  Matrix Cellular International  Destimoney Securities Pvt Ltd.  Stack Online Retailer Pvt Ltd Ÿ Hanif on Subprime crisis and its after affect along with IFRS. Dr. Md.  Career Launcher India Ltd Services Pvt Ltd  DLF Pramerica Life Insurance Company Ltd  Standard Chartered Securities Limited  Carlson Hotels  Midcom FZE  D-Link (India) Ltd  Surya Healthcare Ltd. Ÿ Bansal (Corporate Manager, American Express) Mr. Mohit  Central Park estates Pvt Ltd  Mirus Solutions Private Ltd  E-Squared  Swaran Soft Support Solutions Pvt Ltd Ÿ Mawkin (Medical Equipment Advisor, Management Teacher) Mr. Lalit  CMC Limited  National HRD Network  Flame Communications  Tata Docomo Ÿ Dr. Umesh Sharma (Senior VP -HR at the Bhilwara Group)  Compare Infobase Private Limited  Naukri.com  GravityIndia  TATA Quality Management Services Ÿ Mr. Pawan Kumar (DGM – HR, S.A.I.L.)  Copal Partners  Onicra Credit Rating Agency  HCL Technologies Ltd  Tata Teleservices Limited Ÿ Mr. Pawan Srivastava (Zonal Head, Videocon Industries)  Cosmos Sales Force Pvt Ltd of India Ltd  HDFC Bank  Test Funda.com - Enabilon Ÿ Mr. Jasmeet Bhatia (HR Director, Honeywell International)  Cushman & Wakefield india Pvt Ltd  Panalpina India  Hero Cycles Pvt Ltd. Learning Pvt Ltd. Ÿ Mr. Jyotirmoy Bose (Founder & CEO, White Spaces Consulting)  Dabur Foods Ltd  Pearson Group  Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages  United Biscuits Pvt. Ltd  DLF Retail  Peerless Funds Management  Hindustan Unilever Limited  Webon Retail Technologies Pvt Ltd Ÿ Chaturvedi (Chairman, Harva) Mr. Ajay  Edelweiss Securities Ltd. Company Limited  HSBC   News Ltd Zee Ÿ Director-Corporate Communications, DIAL/GMR  EMA Partners International  Idea Cellular Ltd.    PeopleStrong Ÿ Mr. Rohan Ubriani (Managing Director, Flame Communications)  Ernst and Young Global Limited  Philips Healthcare  Indo Rama Synthetics (India) Ltd Ÿ Mr. Saurabh Gupta (Vice President, Polaris Software Lab Ltd)  Evalueserve  Polaris Retail Infotech Ltd   Limited ITC Ÿ Mr. Kaustubh Dhavse (Vice President-Strategy, Spanco)  EXL  PropTiger.com  Kajaria Ceramics Ltd Ÿ Mr. Akshay Gupta (Managing Director & CEO, Peerless Funds Management Co Ltd)  Exon Solutions Pvt Ltd  Radisson Hotels  Kanishk Steel Private Ltd.  Future Group  Real Time data Service LLC  Karam Industries Ÿ Chatterjee (Vice President-HR, Welspun Energy Ltd) Mr. Aloke  Ganit Gurooz  Redefining IT  Kotak Mahindra Bank Ÿ Paul (Global Head IT, Honeywell International India Pvt. Ltd.) Ms. Lins  Garima Leather Exports Pvt Ltd  KPMG International  Religare Enterprises Limited Ÿ Mr. Divyajit Snehi (Director- Human Resources, Cushman & Wakefield)  Genpact  Schneider Electric  Krishna Maruti Limited Ÿ Mr. Gaurav Kulshreshtha (Asst. Vice President, Enam Securities Direct Pvt. Ltd.)  Grail Research, An Integreon Company  Seimens Healthcare (A Krishna Group Company) Ÿ Ms. Shalini Adhar (Capability Building Manager, Reckitt Benckiser)  HDFC Bank Ltd  Sharekhan Ltd  Lumax Industries Limited Ÿ Kumar Mitra (Executive Director, Price Water House Coopers) Mr. Rahul  HSBC  Spanco Limited  MAIA Financial Services Pvt Ltd Ÿ Gupta (Manager- HR, Dunhumby) Ms. Neha   Media Ltd HT  Swaran Soft Support Solutions Pvt Ltd  Mandi Fresh Agro Pvt. Ltd  India Bulls Securities  Synergy Environics Ltd  Max Healthcare Institute Ltd Ÿ Mr. Manoj Sood (National Director- HR, Frieght Systems Ltd.)  Infocom Network  TCS Retail  Micromax Informatics Ltd Ÿ Singh (Advisor) Mr. K.D.  Infraline Energy  MMTC Limited   Leela Hotels, Palaces and Resorts The Ÿ Kochhar (Chairman Kochhar & Company) Mr. Rohit  IREO Management Pvt. Ltd  Unicon Real Estate Pvt Ltd  MTS Ÿ Mr. Vibhor Kataria (Manager, Pearsons)   S Capital Services Ltd K  United Nations Development Program  National HRD Network Ÿ Mr. Hasmukh P Rama (CEO, JHM Hotels) .  Kajaria Ceramics Ltd  Wave Buildcon Pvt Ltd  .L.Hyundai (P P .L.Motors Ltd.) Ÿ Madhuka (Consultant) Mr. BBL  KNR Management  Welspun Energy Limited  PepsiCo Ÿ Verma (Managing Director, Thecolourfactory) Mr. Vikas Consulting (P) Ltd  WNS (Holdings) Limited  Power Finance Corporation Ltd  Kotak Life Insurance   Bank Ltd Yes  R.K. Swamy BBDO Advertising Pvt. Ltd. Ÿ Mr. Vikrant Srivastva (Manager, Honeywell International India Pvt. Ltd.)   News Zee  Reckitt Benckiser (I) Ltd Ÿ Tempest (Chairman, Hale & Tempest) Dr. Brian  ReGlobe (Manak Waste Management Pvt Ltd)2721
  • 17. Seminar on Measuring HR Effectiveness Friday 19th November, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi INDUSTRY CONFLUENCE Speakers Seminar on Talent Acquisition Engagement & Retention Conclave • Mr. Ns Rajan, National President, Nhrdn & Partner, Emeia People & Organization Leader, Ernst And Young Friday, 21 January 2011, Hotel West End, Marine Lines, Mumbai • Dr. Shashi Balain, Research Associate, Centre For Performance-led Hr-lancaster University • Mr. Sandeep Joshi (head Talent Acquisition & Retention), Director-hr, India & Se Asia, New Holland Tractors Speakers • Mr. Santosh Sharan, Director-human Resources, Sc Johnson Limited • Mr. Adil Malia-Group President Human Resources, Essar Group • Mr. Sunil Bhardwaj, Head-talent Development – Gmr • Mr. Bijaya Sahoo-President-HR, Reliance Industries (Retail, Power & Telecom) • Mr. Udai Upendra, Founder & Ceo, The Hr Company • Dr. Ritu Anand- Vice President & Dy. Head Global HR, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) • Mr. P Senthil Kumar, Director – Hr & Administration, Cairn India • Mr. Sharad Gangal-Executive Vice President, HR, IR & Admin, Thermax Ltd. • Mr. Anuraag Maini, Sr. Vp-hr, Dlf Pramerica • Mr. Judhajit Das- Head Human Resources, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance • Mr Biplob Banerjee • Mr. Vikas Gupta-Vice President, Talent, Deloitte • Mr. Nn Akhouri, Professor International Management Institute • Mr. Hemant Behal-General Manager, Group HR, RPG Group • Mr. Gautam Mahajan, President, Customer Value Foundation And Inter-link • Mrs. Kalpana Jaishankar-Head HR, Mastek • Mr. Vijay Rai, President & Ceo, Soloenergy • Mrs. Preeti Gupta-Head, Rewards & Benefits, Group Human Resources, Aditya Birla Group • Mr. Balaji Chandrakumar, Vp-hr Etisalat Telecommunication • Mr. Gopalji Mehrotra-VP & Global Head – HR, Zensar Technologies • Mr. Sy Siddiqui, Meo Admin (hr Finance, It), Maruti Suzuki • Dr. Ashutosh Khanna, Associate Professor, G.D. Goenka World Institute, Lancaster University. • Mr. Avadhesh Dixit, Global Head - Human Resources, Cmc Limited • Mr. Chinmay Sharma, HR Business Partner-India Customer Business Development (Sales), Proctor & Gamble (P&G) India • Mr. Neeraj Goel, Director-hr, Srl Ranbaxy • Mr. Uday Sodhi, CEO, Head Honchos • Dr. Vidhu Shekhar Jha, Sr. Professor, G.D. Goenka World Institute, Lancaster University. • Dr. Rajen Mehrotra, Chief Knowledge Officer & Chief People Officer-ACC Limited • Mr. C Srinivasulu, General Manager-HR, Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages • Mr. Saagarika Ghoshal, Chief People Officer-President HR, Reliance BIG Entertainment29 2 1
  • 18. SUMMER SCHOOL AT LANCASTER SUMMER SCHOOL AT GDGWI With the growing success of the Lancaster Award that encourages students, Lancaster University launched a new Lancaster Summer Award for Lancaster students based at the GD Goenka World Institute campus in India. The Lancaster Summer Award was organised as a two-week Summer School on the Lancaster University Campus. It focuses on personal development planning, reflection skills, cultural awareness building and learning about the history of the Northwest of England. The event was coordinated by Lancaster India Centre and its director Dr Paul Devadoss Goenka Students are invited to attend two-weeks of summer school at Lancaster University to experience English culture and participate in a variety of out-of-class activities Professor Steve Bradley, said: "It is absolutely essential that students based at our designed to help them develop a broad set of leadership and personal skills. overseas partner institutions have access to all Lancaster University facilities, and Genuine leadership abilities are developed beyond the confines of the classroom. The Lancaster Award encourages Lancaster University students to engage in a variety of get a chance to bond with their University colleagues from the Lancaster campus. activities outside their programme of study, to give them an opportunity to develop their potential as leaders and as involved and informed members of the community keen to contribute to its growth and development. The Lancaster Summer Award has been specifically developed for our partner The special Lancaster Summer Awardoffers a two-week summer school in Lancaster for the university’s students at the Goenka campus. The Lancaster Summer Award institutions and it has been a fantastic experience for all of us." website defines the programme’s focus on “personal development, planning reflection skills, culture awareness building and learning about the history of the Northwest of The students from India were engaged in various activities framed within personal England”. The event is coordinated by the Lancaster India Centre and its Director Paul Devadoss. Lancaster University underlines the importance of this initiative, recognizing that it is essential and highly beneficial for students at overseas campuses to work closely with their development planning techniques. The programme was designed by the three peers and community seniors from the Lancaster campus. Lancaster University faculties LUMS, FASS and FST, together with the Centre for The 2011 programme was designed by the three Lancaster University faculties, LUMS, FASS, and FST, together with the Centre for Enterprise, Employability and Careers and Enterprise, Employability and Careers and Lancaster University Volunteering Unit. Lancaster University Volunteering Unit. The programme offered students a broad spectrum of opportunities – they interacted with representatives from 2 of the ‘big 4’ giants – KPMG and PWC – and also with students from a high school, using the opportunity to learn more about the English culture. A Goenka student reported on the highly rewarding experience: “The Summer School was a novel experience. It provided everything I lacked in terms of personal development at this stage of my career, such as presentation skills, portraying the best you have, a sense of social responsibility and also the feeling of being prepared for what the future is expected to hold. Coming into a new cultural environment with people from all walks of life and from all parts of the world seemed challenging. I had doubts whether I would be able to actually learn anything from this experience at the individual level. Interaction with great faculty was a delight as I experienced mentoring and refinement through being here. As I now evaluate the experience, I can feel a lot more confident and aware of myself, which I consider as a great achievement.”31
  • 19. STUDENT DEVELOPMENT CENTRE CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES The CSR society with its goal of churning out socially responsible, emphatic leaders has undertaken social Initiatives in the area of education of With the idea of holistic student development as the foundation stone, the institute had established a Student Development marginalized children, women empowerment, health awareness and care for senior citizens in old age homes. The Society’s flagship programme Centre (SDC). The SDC-GDGWI provides self-developmental support to all students through Clubs and Forums. Club activities began in January this year when the Khaika Village School was adopted by GDGWI. Students now undertake regular teaching at the school as well as broaden student experiences. This multiplicity of options allows students to contribute to the college community and organize other enjoyable events for the children. Another women empowerment programme, taken up at Chandranagar, with the help of NGO ‘Sudha- constructively evolve their own campus life. the Nectar’ is also sensitizing the group of involved students who periodically report an increase in their self-awareness and satisfaction. In the fields of health awareness, the Society has elicited the support of Medanta- The Medicity and Red Cross Blood bank to organize health check up camps and CLUBS AND SOCIETIES blood donation camps. We are also in the process of catalyzing a programme to render our support for senior citizens at old age homes through Help The CEO Club: Age India. The Chief Executive Officers Club of GDGWI is engaged to present a premier forum for the exchange of ideas on business and management issues By involving students in the wider world, where they will eventually live and work, and sensitizing them to societal needs, SDC enables GDGWI to offer an unparalleled education for strong future leaders rather than simply manufacturing students with a good corporate background. E-Cell: An Entrepreneurial Cell (E-Cell) is a staff- student body with an aim of promoting Entrepreneurial Education and Skills among students. NEN works closely with the GDGWI students and helps in running of the cell. CSR Society: The CSR Society was formulated to promote corporate social responsibility. The society addresses hybrid issues including undertaking of independent initiatives that reflect economic, environmental and social needs. Several other Clubs exist like the Sports Club and Adventura Club for the outside enthusiast, the Young Managers Club for the Undergraduate students and the Special Interest Clubs ( Photography, Dance and Theater) which hone the students artistic and creative side.33
  • 20. Karan Madhok Sharoon Singla Rajesh Chapara DOB: 22/1/1990 DOB: 7/2/1990 DOB: 19/8/1989 Graduation: B.Com Hons Graduation: B.Com(H) Graduation: B.Tech Summer Internship: Summer Internship: HSBC Summer Internship: Coromandel Surya Health Care Ltd. Project Title : Need and impact of International Ltd.(Murugappa Group) Project Title : Retail Finance & structured trade solution linked Project Title : Study On Shared Administration credit facilities for the SME segment Service Center and a comparative analysis of trade PGDBM STUDENT PROFILE credit facilities offered by different banks to SMEs. FINANCE STUDENT PROFILE FINANCE STUDENT PROFILE Akanksha Agarwal Aashish Garg Rajesh Chindalia Nitin Yadav Ankita Mathur Umesh Yadav DOB: 18/2/1990 DOB: 25/5/1989 DOB: 2/5/1988 DOB: 25/5/1989 DOB: 28/1/1990 DOB: 28/11/1988 Graduation: B.Com(H) Graduation: B.Tech Graduation: B.A. Economics. Graduation: B.Tech Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA Summer Internship: Reckitt ( Electronics and Communication) Honours ( Electronics and Communication) Summer Internship: HDFC Bank Summer Internship: Benckiser (India) Limited Summer Internship: • Hindustan Summer Internship: Eaton Summer Internship: Destimoney Project Title : Comparison of Jubilant life Sciences Project Title : Industry • Coca Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd Industrial Systems Private Limited Securities Pvt. Ltd CASA products in private and Project Title : Benchmarking for RB-Global Project Title : Visiblity of HCCBPL Project Title : Opitimization Of Project Title : Equity Research & nationalized bank Service Centre in terms of sourcing products Inventory Controls Portfolio Management, along with ,policies and engagement practices marketing strategy & customer relationship Abhishek Aggarwal Ankur Gupta Megha Harnathka Avinash Agrawal Neha Jaiswar DOB: 18/2/1990 DOB: 26/10/1990 DOB: 9/8/1989 DOB: 2/3/1988 DOB: 7/7/1988 Graduation: B.Com(H) Graduation: B.Com Graduation: B.Com Graduation: BBM Graduation: BSc Economics Summer Internship: Reckitt Summer Internship: Power Summer Internship: Indian Summer Internship: Indorama Summer Internship: Standard Benckiser (India) Limited Finance Corporation Ltd. Corporate Business Centre Limited Synthetics India Ltd Chartered Bank Project Title : Industry The Interest rates SWAPS & Project Title : Logistics and Project Title : Financial & Project Title : Power Sector in Benchmarking for RB-Global Project Title : Foreign Currency warehousing solutions Organizational Analysis India Service Centre in terms of sourcing Borrowings VS. Domestic Global Polyester Market ,policies and engagement practices Borrowings of Power Finance Assessment Through U.N. Corporation Ltd. Comtrade, Export Documentation Varuni Sharma Ruhi Sharma DOB: 8/1/1989 DOB: 4/3/1990 Graduation: B.Com Graduation: B.Com (Finance Hons.) Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Tata Docomo P L. Hyundai ltd. . Project Title : Understanding of the Project Title : Managing sales organizational and financial activities and finance of the company21
  • 21. HR STUDENT PROFILE Sanjna Chopra DOB: 2/12/1989 Deepa Khillan DOB: 18/8/1989 Pallavi Khindri DOB: 15/12/1988 Deepti Hora DOB: 31/12/1989 Jitendra Dhanjani DOB:12/9/1989 Kunal Agarwal DOB: 13/04/1989 Graduation: BA (Honours). Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA (Applied Graduation: B.Com Programme Sociology Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Management) Summer Internship: NA Summer Internship: United Biscuits Max Healthcare Netscribes India Pvt. Ltd Summer Internship: NA Project Title : NA Micromax Informatics Ltd. Project Title : Competency gap Project Title : Revising of Project Title : Social Media and Project Title : NA Project Title : analysis, Retention policy, Orientation Manual its impact on Business HR Intervention (sales) Performance Appraisal, IR MARKETING STUDENT PROFILE Shreya Seth Shweta Joshi Apoorva Sehdev Robin Singh Mudit Garg Amrita Sharma DOB: 19/12/1988 DOB: 24/4/1987 DOB: 17/10/1989 DOB: 16/6/1988 DOB: 10/03/1990 DOB: 30/11/1989 Graduation: BBA Hons. Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA(HR) Graduation: BE (IT) Graduation: BBA (CAM) Graduation: BBA Summer Internship: Aon Hewitt Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Project Title : Marketing Strategies Summer Internship: Project Title : Tata Teleservices DLF Pramerica Enabilon Education Pvt Ltd and Sales Aspwects Lumax industries Ltd. Compensation and Leadership Project Title : Analysis of Training Project Title : Internal Project Title : Mkting Strategies & Summer Internship: Enabilon Project Title : Consumer needs Requirements & Designing of Communication Framework Sales Aspects Education Pvt. Ltd. for product design Functional Buddy ManualIB STUDENT PROFILE Amrita Kumari Dipika Kamboj DOB: 2/4/1987 Bhuneshwar Singh Aditi Kasliwal Amit Goyal Amandeep Singh Dhaliwal DOB: 11/18/1986 Graduation: BE (CSE) DOB: 27/01/1989 DOB: 1/2/1990 DOB: 16/10/1988 DOB: 15/06/1987 Graduation: BBM Summer Internship: Graduation: B.E Mechanical Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA Graduation: B.Tech(CSE) Summer Internship: Dell International Services Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Videocon Summer Internship: ITC Limited Summer Internship: D-Link Tata Quality Management Project Title : Krishna Maruti Limited Project Title : Working with a Project Title : To Study The Project Title : Marketing and sales Services Frontline Leadership Hiring in BPO Project Title : Recuirtment Financial Advisory Personal Care Products In Retail Project Title : Best Practices of Process Channel Business Ethics in a Company Anjali Kanhai Sonu Sharwan Gazal Babel Rohit Nair Rahul Yadav DOB: 6/3/1989 DOB: 8/10/1989 DOB: 16/10/1988 DOB: 11/5/1987 DOB: 10/11/1989 Graduation: BBA Hons Graduation: BBA (CAM) Graduation: BBM Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Tempo Team New Bright Star Power House Health Club Project Title : Kotak Mahindra Bank Project Title : Working with a Project Title : Bancassurarce Project Title : Best Practices of Project Title : Financial Advisory Business Ethics in a Company Marketing and Advertising
  • 22. Saijal Babel Shreya Jindal Aditi Nagpal DOB: 16/12/1988 DOB: 5/4/1989 DOB: 26/12/1988 Graduation: BBM Graduation: BBA (CAM) Graduation: Rahul Kaushik Chandni Khanna Arun Sarode Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Max B.E. Computer Science DOB: 23/7/1988 DOB: 02/09/1989 DOB: 17/7/1986 Flame Communications healthcare Summer Internship: Graduation: BBA Graduation: B.Sc in Hospitality Graduation: B. Tech (Electronics Project Title : Media Selling in Project Title : Hospital satisfaction RK Swamy BBDO Summer Internship: HDFCSLIC Summer Internship: Samsung and Communications Engineering). News Channels Project Title : Media Scenario and Kajaria Ceramics India Electronics Pvt. Ltd Summer Internship: NA Project Title : Market research Project Title : Research on Project Title : NA consumer preference for a particular brand of digital camera .MARKETING STUDENT PROFILE MARKETING STUDENT PROFILE Tishay Nayak Vipluv Rana Sushma Sharma DOB: 5/8/1987 DOB: 18/6/1989 DOB: 07/09/1989 Graduation: Graduation: BBA Graduation: BBA BE (Computer science) Summer Internship: Bombardier Summer Internship: Summer Internship: NA Transportation Ltd Lumax industries Ltd Priyam Maheshwari Pridhi Jain Rabsimran Kaur Project Title : NA Project Title : Study of Project Title : Perceptions of DOB: 17/01/1990 DOB: 31/12/1984 DOB: 3/12/1989 Bombardier operating system & consumers for a product Graduation: Business Graduation: B.Com(Hons) Graduation: BBA Logistic process Administration( Hons) in Business Summer Internship: BPB Summer Internship: Studies and Law Publications Pvt. Ltd. Lumax industries Ltd. Summer Internship: Hindustan Project Title : Marketing of books Project Title : Factors influencing Unilever Ltd.( PURE IT) on all India basis through online Consumer Behavior Project Title : and telemarketing Sandeep Singh Sumit Garg Ruchika Agrawal DOB: 26/1/1985 DOB: 27/3/1990 DOB: 19/2/1989 Graduation: BSc.Eco. Hons, Graduation: Graduation: BBA M.A.Eco Summer Internship: Delphi Summer Internship: Summer Internship: PEPSICO Automotive Systems Project Title : Marketing research Project Title : Festive Products Project Title : Financial Analysis and survey in Parsvnath Extocia Gurgaon. Erchit Sood Kokil Sharma Chiranjeev Sharma DOB: 29-03-1987 DOB: 25-03-1989 DOB: 6/8/1987 Graduation: B.SC (Mechanical Graduation: B.tech Biotechnology Graduation: B.Tech engineering) Summer Internship: HDFC Bank Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Research in Project Title : Detailed analysis of Power House Health Club Motion(Black Berry) products of HDFC bank Project Title : Marketing of Abhilash A. Deependra Suyal Anchal Soni Project Title : Pricing Policy for Services infitness industry. DOB: 28/4/1989 DOB:11/5/1989 DOB: 27/12/1989 Blackberry app world worldwide Graduation: B.Tech Graduation: B.Com Graduation: B.Sc (Mathematics) Summer Internship: Summer Internship: Summer Internship: NA Idea Cellular Limited Paras Hill Resort Project Title : Project Title : STD MOU and Project Title : Marketing of Paras Usage Base Hill Resort Isha Pahwa Kritika Rathore Sonali Jain DOB: 19-09-1989 DOB: 9/2/1989 DOB: 6/11/1989 Graduation: B.Com Graduation: B.Com Graduation: B.A.(PROG.) Summer Internship: Hero Cycles Summer Internship: MMIT Ltd Summer Internship: Project Title : Detailed financial Project Title : How does the Kotak Mahindra Bank analysis of the company business operates for MMTC Project Title : Comparison Of The Retail Banking Products And Services
  • 23. PGDBM BATCH 2010-2012 DEMOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY ACADEMIC BACKGROUND AGE GROUP DISTRIBUTION411
  • 24. CORPORATE RESOURCE CENTRE Pankaj Kumar Singh Deepshikha Sharma Anil Kumar Ankur Sethi Head, Corporate Resource Centre Assistant Manager, Corporate Resource Centre Assistant Manager, Corporate Resource Centre Program Head, Corporate Resource Centre Email: pankaj@gdgoenka.ac.in Email: deepshikha.sharma@gdgoenka.ac.in Email : anil.kumar@gdgoenka.ac.in Email : ankur.sethi@gdgoenka.ac.in Mobile: +91 96507 90486 Mobile: +91 95827 48984 Mobile : +91 96549 61593 Mobile : +91 96507 90482 CRC at G D Goenka World Institute (GDGWI) has a full service campus 2012 support team, which is dedicated to provide an efficient professional environment for both, organizations and GDGWI students, in their Endeavour to attract the best candidate for the offered profiles. CRC team offers a broad range of expertise, services, programs and resources to assist students with their career development and job search. It also applies various Psychometric Assessment Tools, Competency Building Labs, Corporate Connect, Live Projects, Leadership and Team Building workshops and Mentoring from Industry leaders on a regular basis to make the passing out batches, the world CRC STUDENT COUNCIL class entrepreneurial managers. The placement team is fully equipped to handle presentations, pre-placement talks, group discussions and all types of interview sessions. Our facilities include well-equipped conference rooms and Vipluv Rana, Apoorva Sehdev, Shweta Joshi, Amandeep Singh Dhaliwal, Aditi Nagpal, Erchit Sood. interview rooms wired for audio, video and internet, Laptop, computers, LCD projectors. In addition, our dedicated placement team will handle the entire process and paperwork related to your recruitment drive at GDGWI. The pre-placement talks commence in September and are planned to go on in tandem to the academic calendar and mutual convenience of the recruiters. The pre-placement talk would entail a presentation by the company to appraise students about the organization, job requirements and job profiles offered. The recruiters can also gain insights about the expectations from students. They may enquire about Organization profile, Performance and growth, Organization culture, possible opportunities with your company, Career opportunities and growth, an overview of the job profile, Recruiters’ desired profile format, Compensation details and locations. CRC placement team would require job description, job specifications/roles, Profile format, Interview and selection process, Feasible dates for conducting interviews, Company’s expectations/support required from placement team of GDGWI from interested organization. This process will enable a student to evaluate his/her own interest in the company and thus identify an appropriate fit for both summer and final placements. The Corporate Resource Centre,43 In case of any query, G.D. Goenka World Institute, G.D. Goenka Education City, Sohna Gurgaon Road (South of Delhi) Harayana please contact: Tel : Landline: +91 987160051-54 | www.gdgwi.gdgoenka.com | Email: crc@gdgoenka.ac.in