524 students receive graduating certificates and medals
Jamshedpur, March 24 : The momentous occasion of 62nd Annual Convocation was celebrated at XLRI- Xavier School of Management with great zeal on Saturday.
Students donned their graduation hats and gowns and received their medals and certificates in the presence of T. V. Narendran, chairman, Board of Governors at XLRI, E Abraham S.J., director of XLRI, Ashis K. Pani, dean, Academics at XLRI and other dignitaries.
On this day, 524 XLRI students received their graduating certificates and medals including – 178 & 181 students of Postgraduate Programmes in Management – BM and HRM; 116 students of 15-months PGDM (General Management) Programme; 10 students of Fellow Program in Management (FPM) and 39 students of 2015–2018 batch of PGDM-BM Programme (Evening).
The first five rank holders in the two-year Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (HRM) 2016-18 batch were ArunabhaAich, Anamika, MeghaAsawa and S Anand both sharing the third rank, AnaghAgarwal and PothapragadaMalini respectively.
The first five rank holders in the Two-year Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management (BM) 2016-18 batch were Ajit Kumar S, FaizanSarwar, Harshit Kumar Agarwal, Abhiram H K and Rishi Singh respectively.
The first five rank holders in the Postgraduate Diploma in General Management (GM) – 15 -Months Programme 2016-18 batch were Ajit Kumar, Ashish Gupta, AbhinavDimri, SayanSen and Dinesh Kumar respectively.
The first five rank holders in the Three-Year Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management – Evening Programme 2015 – 18 batchwere SubrataBasak, Abhinandan Singh, Abhimanyu Kumar Singh, Anyanya Das and ChirantanBandyopadhyay respectively.
Congratulating the students on their graduation day, Narendran said, “As you join the remarkable network of XLRI alumni, let the value education that has been imparted to you in the preceding two years be a guiding force to help enable you to make this world more sustainable and livable for future generations. I urge you to espouse a professional and ethical attitude in your work-life journey and try to give back to the society to the extent possible.”
Fr. E Abraham S.J., Director, XLRI congratulated the graduating students and advised them to uphold the values they have imbibed at XLRI – to be responsible leaders who are extraordinary professionals with a sensitive conscience.
In continuation of forty- nine years tradition, this year XLRI conferred the prestigious ‘Sir JehangirGhandy Medal for Social and Industrial Peace’ on Padmashri TV Mohandas Pai, Chairman of Manipal Global Education and Aarin Capital & President of AIMA. He also delivered the convocation speech to the graduating students.