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2 #Combined data for all four campuses; Jaipuria Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur & Indore *Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow & Noida **PGDM programs offered at Jaipuria Lucknow, Noida & Jaipur WELCOME TO THE BE SCHOOL We are at the helm of creating new knowledge and a new you. Across our 4 knowledge centres, we push you to think, unlearn, innovate and apply your learning - for life. We take you beyond management perspectives and practices to reinvent everything you could be. Don't be an aspirant. Become a thought leader at the BE School. 4 Campuses 5 Distinct PGDM Programs 1 Unique Experience NAAC* ACCREDITED A GRADE NBA** ACCREDITED AIU** RECOGNISED PGDM EQUIVALENT TO MBA ALUMNI PEERS 110+ FACULTY 690+ CXOs AND VPs 450+ RESEARCH PAPERS # # # # # # PGDM PROGRAMS (AICTE APPROVED, TWO YEAR FULL TIME) admissions@jaipuria.ac.in Call:

3 l i n e Editorial Action Buzz '17 Alumni Getting in Touch 17 Best Alumni Award-2017 Discussion Forum-2017 Inside out of Alumni Current Student Articles Success Story of Alumni Alumni Words for Inspiration Alumni Feedback Report on Placements and SIP MDP Connect - National & International Know Us Student Achievements in 2017 Upcoming Program/Event at Jaipuria Jaipur

4 EDITORIAL Dear Alumni, We learn from one another what a magazine is, and what it can be, in our always changing new world. A beautiful and meaningful platform to get in touch with Alumnus is our Alumni Newsletter "InTouch". I am happy to release Third volume of Jaipuria Jaipur Alumni Newsletter "InTouch" on Alumni Meet InTouch is a platform to reach out to every Jaipurian via the powerful & impactful mode - Writing & Expression. It is a platform for alumnus to share and record memories, update their achievements, promote their ideas, and share information, besides getting updates and happenings of Jaipuria Jaipur. I am sure this endeavor shall help in strengthening the bonds of the alumni association. With great humility and pride, I acknowledge the contribution and support of alumni in the institute's endeavors. Year 2016 witnessed the presence of more than 200 alumni at the institute in all the major academics and non-academics events which the institute hosted from every corner of the country like Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Indore, Pune, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Delhi, NCR and of course Rajasthan, etc. DR. LOKESH VIJAYVARGY Coordinator- Alumni Relation Committee Dean (Student Affairs) Apart from the regular categories of InTouch, this year we added a special feature, i.e. Discussion Forum for alumni, where in remarks/suggestions/observations from alumni on various pursuits like: How to make best use of 2-years at Jaipuria Jaipur (Keeping your own experience in mind, can you suggest how should Jaipuria students make the best use of 2-years on campus?) What should students do for enhancing their Career perspective? (What three things Jaipuria students should focus for enhancing their career perspective?) What should the students look for in their first placement? (Company, future growth, profile, package,position) It was really overwhelming to see the responses that we received from our alumni which are workable and actionable for our students. We shall definitely implement all valuable suggestions in our curriculum. InTouch seeks your valuable feedback, updates, analytical notes, light stuff and achievements. My deep felt gratitude to all contributors specially our Alumni, as without your contribution this newsletter- "InTouch" could not have taken its present shape!!!!! I would like to thanks Ms. Karishma Sikwar, Alumni - Executive and Student Alumni Committee Chair by Ms. Ritu Kanojia, Alumni Committee for their enormous support and help at every point of time for InTouch. Looking forward for your active participation and involvement in making the alumni network strong. Wishing each one of you all the very best in your professional and personal life. With Best Wishes! 04

5 OUR SPEAK DIRECTOR S MESSAGE DR. PRABHAT PANKAJ Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur We have made a big stride. We have progressed from a meagre acquaintance of 26 alumni in 2008 to 690 in Now, we know our alumni well, we are connected with them on a regular basis at various platform, our alumni makes regular visits to the institute, and they indeed stand tall in helping Jaipuria students in whatever and whenever manner. This is indeed a big strength for the institute. Alumni connect is a win-win proposition. Both alumni and institute must strive to make it happen. As an institution, we will utmost pride in success stories of our alumni. These stories are source of ultimate inspiration for students. Their suggestions, mentorship, and guide work wonders. Our alumni is also a constant source of feedback on academics as well as managerial side. We value their association as member of Area Advisory Board. We would like more and more alumni to come forward and participate in our academic restructuring and updating. Placement is one area where alumni pool can help in a big way and make a real difference. We are really fortunate that Jaipuria's alumni pool is highly motivated and willing to come forward. It is indeed a matter of great pleasure to see that the new edition of alumni newsletter InTouch has come a long way in providing a systematic account of alumni involvement, creative exposition, updated news, and useful advices for juniors. I congratulate Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy and Ms. Karishma Sikwar for spearheading the newsletter. I would be looking forward to join our faculty and staff in extending hearty welcome to all our alumni in the year I welcome all our proud alumni in the Annual Alumni Meet 2017 at Jaipur! 05

6 DEAN S MESSAGE Dear Alumni, I am happy to connect back with you through this message. Hope you all are doing great in your respective professions and doings. I am happy to share that your institute has been accredited by National Board Accreditation last year, which is a clear testimony of academic excellence, the institute is consistently striving to accomplish. Another initiative the institute has taken in the current academic year is the introduction of placement oriented certificate courses in the areas of business analytics, six sigma lean management and capital market being offered at campus in association with our knowledge partners like IBM, KPMG and BSE. With passing time, the pool of alumni of Jaipuria Jaipur, is growing big and strong and your contribution in taking institute where it stands today is immense and still counting. As alumnus you continue to contribute through regular inputs about the industry, required new skills sets, as well as the new vistas of jobs and careers. This provides us necessary direction and help us in recalibrating our teaching and training in a timely manner. You will be happy to learn that all faculty members are undergoing some form of skill advancement and developing their competency in new disciplines or upscaling the existing ones. We appreciate the support we get from you and no wonder that our alumni get the center position in all our planning and activities. I wish love that this bonding and association get stronger in coming times. At last I convey my best wishes to all of you for happy future. Prof. (Dr.) Anurag Singh Dean Academics At last I convey my best wishes to all of you for happy future. FACULTY MEMBER MESSAGE Dear Alumni, Your Alma Mater resounds with pride and a deep sense of satisfaction as you attain glories in your professional and personal life. With each inch of your success the institute's growth escalates enormously. You are the torch-bearers for the coming batches as the new incumbents look upon you with great hope for guidance and mentorship. We sincerely acknowledge your contributions and assistance in our endeavours. We invite you to contribute to the success of your Alma Mater and be blessed and have a prosperous life ahead. Best wishes! DR. PRERNA JAIN Faculty Member 06

7 Dear alumni, It is my pleasure to welcome you to alumni meet on 23 December, I feel proud of your accomplishments towards a successful career. I wish a great future and success. We look forward to your great success. DR. SHUBHA JOHRI Faculty Member Dear Alumni It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 8th Alumni Meet, where you can reconnect with your batch mates and update yourself with the achievements of your institute.i am tremendously proud of what you have all been accomplishing since leaving campus, as you continue on your paths, fulfilling your potential and acting as our brand ambassadors. We look forward to hearing more, about your continued success stories. Best wishes! DR. ANVAY BHARGAVA Faculty Member My Dear Alumni, It gratifying to see the increasing alumni league. You have worked real hard and your efforts have paid off. You have patiently struggled the sleepless nights of solving case studies, completing group assignments. You deserve the very best in your personal and professional lives. Romance your talent, cherish the relationship between you and your brightest gifts and genius can be your companion for a lifetime. Keep coming and keep guiding your buddies, as none can hold them as you can! Loads of Luck! DR. SWATI SONI Faculty Member Dear Alumni, Being a member of Alumni Committee gave me an opportunity to train under all seniors & Alumni at the same time, having and industrial mentors add up to the insight, skill building and career mentoring. We have a pool of intellects which include students who are at middle level, Sr. Executive level & V.P. business. I explored my personality, what I believe in and what I expected from the college, I gained lot of confidence in myself and that is the most valuable asset I will always have. My mind started to become clutter free & my thought process becomes clear. The college has given shape to my ideas which are more meaningful. Ms. Ritu Kanojia PGDM Batch ( ), Chair of Student Alumni Committee Student Council-2017 The experience of handling this Alumni relations was an overwhelming opportunity for me I would like to thank the institute for providing me with this great opportunity to enhance my networking. This experience can never be so great without the continuous support and guidance of the Dr Lokesh Vijayvargy Dean Student Affairs/ Coordinator- Alumni Relations. 07

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9 FOURTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON YOUTH 2025 AT JAIPURIA, JAIPUR Jaipuria Jaipur organized its FourthInternational Conference on Harnessing Youth for development, Sustainability and Happiness: Imperatives and Challenges for SAARC and Emerging Asian Countries (ICHYDSH - 17)"with support of Association of Management Development Institute in South Asia (AMDISA), Institute of Management Studies (IMS), National HRD Network India on February 17-18, The conference is covered tracks on Dynamics of Youth in SAARC and Emerging Asian Countries, Towards Sustainable Business and Society and Towards a Happy World with various sub themes. It was attended by 500 student participants, 30 faculty members, 25 eminent speakers from SAARC and other countries The Conference Convener were Dr. Prerna Jain and Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy. Highlights of the conference is as follows: Released Two Edited books by Bloomsbury One book on :Development, Sustainability and Happiness Another book on : Demonetization Souvenir on the Youth Conference The Conference witnessed speakers from Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, USA, UNFPA, UNDP and India Brahma Kumari Sister Jayanti, Director, World Spiritual University-London delivered keynote address. Shri Rajpal Singh, Industry Minister, Govt. of Rajasthan was Chief Guest Celebrity Youth Icon Session by Ms. Geeta Phogat and Ms. Babita Phogat, Commonwealth Gold Medalist in Wrestling were highly appreciated by students 53 research papers and 18 posters were presented in the conference Session on Meet the Young Authors Ms. Queleen Kaur Bijral: Author of Best Seller The Witch-Some Witch, Partridge/Penguin and Mr. Mukesh Bhor: Author of Best Seller That Untold Story. Three Plenary Session and Six Technical Session in conference The conference was a grand success and it added to the Jaipurian glory. WELCOMING THE NEW BATCH Induction program of twelfth batch of PGDM ( ) students took off with great zeal and enthusiasm on June 27, 2017 at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur. Starting college can cause much anxiety in the heart of a new college student because of all the unknowns. During the induction program students are given an overview of the complete realm of Jaipuria Jaipur life, from academics to social activities, through a period of days referred to as induction. The aim of the programme was to ensure that every student feels welcomed, engaged and excited to begin this new important stage in their education. Program was started with parent's orientation on June 27, 2017 followed by a formal inaugural session next day. Induction process consisted panel discussion, alumni interaction, expert talks and faculty involvement were organized which clarified to all students the relative responsibilities, atmosphere of open experimentation where all students can be open about what they see as barriers to their learning, and which begins the work of helping students to develop effective learning strategies, is likely to go far towards helping all students. 09

10 National Symposium on Rajasthan 2022 Accomplishments and Challenges Towards New India Vision Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, in association with Institute of Public Enterprises Hyderabad, organized a one-day symposium on 2nd December 2017 on the theme Rajasthan 2022-Accomplishments and Challenges towards New India Vision in alignment with the Prime Minister s vision of New India in The Symposium Rajasthan 2022 was a unique experiment as well as experience. It aimed to articulate a strategic approach and vision for a sustainable and holistic development of Rajasthan state. It also discussed the challenges faced for the transformation of the country into New India which synchronized with the development opportunities and challenges faced by Rajasthan to meet the goal by The symposium attracted over 100+ delegates which includes government officials, policy makers, educationists, and industrialists, PSU members for deeper and focused deliberations. The symposium discussed on the questions that were deliberated in context of Rajasthan State like achievability of these goals by 2022, the challenges that need to be addressed and how close or far the SDGs will be by 2022? The symposium was successfully coordinated by Dr. Prashant Gupta and Dr. Sheenu Jain. TH 11 NATIONAL ANNUAL FEST ABHYUDAYA-2017 The 11th National Annual Youth Fest "ABHYUDAYA-2017"held at Jaipuria, Jaipur was a grand success with around 800 students from 37 institutions taking part in it on October 27-28, Students from various institute namely Regional Institute of Management Gurgaon, Govt. Women Engg College Ajmer, IMRT Lucknow, Jaipuria Noida, Modi College Kota, MNIT, Ellen school of arts and design, Maharani College, St. Wilfred College, Modi University, St. Xavier's Jaipur, University of Rajasthan, JECRC University, Amity University, SKIT Jaipur, IRM, IILM, IIIM, LNMIT, BITs Jaipur etc. took part in over 23 events comprising included Jaipuria Debate, Ad-Mad show, Live stock trading, Comedy Show, Photography, Nukkad-Natak, Face Painting, Collage Making. Major attractions were Group Dance, Fashion Show, Live performance by Mask Crew and Celebrity Night Performance by Mr. Aman Trikha, Bollywood playback singer. Cash prizes and gift voucher, lucrative trophies were presented to winners and runner ups. Ms. Ritu Dutta, Editor in Times of India was invited as the chief guest in the valedictory and she congratulated the students and the whole Jaipuria team. The guest of honor was the youth icon Mr. Aman Trikha, Bollywood Singer, Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management congratulated all the participants for the successful conduct of the Fest and also inspired the students for keeping the spirit high. 22 alumni came as jure members/ guest in the fest. The fest coordinated by Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, Dean -Student Affaris. 10

11 SWACHHTA PAKHWADA 2017 UNDER SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN With this motto Shri Narendra Modi began a massive cleanliness drive in the nation under which he started a campaign, "Swachhta Pakhwada". This was an initiative that was launched in almost every school and college in the country where the institute was supposed to run a cleanliness drive in and around the campus and spread awareness about hygiene in the near areas. This initiative was taken up very actively by Jaipuria, Jaipur as part of its CSR and every student contributed her/his part to it. It was a 15 days drive from Sept. 1-15, 2017 was successfully carried out by Members of Jaipurian fraternity. The activities that were organized were essay writing competition, clean campus day, clean mess and hostel day, clean surrounding day and many more which ended on a positive note at the valedictory function. The partner for the same was Times of India. NATIONAL and INTERNATIONAL STUNDENT TOUR 1. International Study Program: Singapore-2017 Singapore is the perfect place for learning and rejuvenation. The amount of fun, exposure to technology and thrill it offers is matchless. 12 students along with faculty coordinator Dr. Shubha Johri arrived at the Singapore Changi Airport on October 26, 2017 for International Study Program scheduled from October 26-31, As part of study program they visited Microsoft office and S.P Jain School of Global Management and attended knowledge sharing sessions with the experts. During their city excursion they have been to places like Marina Bay, Universal Studio, Sentosa and Sea Aquarium. The number and variety of rides and themed attractions at universal were found to be simply amazing.the group had many lasting impressions which students had showcased during their presentations. Singapore living up to its reputation as a garden city, is very green, extremely clean, and very well organized and a tourist-friendly location. 2. Excursion Educational Trip to Uttarakhand Jaipuria, Jaipur believes in fun learning and that's the reason every year students are taken for educational tour. Jaipuria Jaipur organized an Educational-cum-excursion tour to Jaipur-Nainital-Jim Corbett from January 6-10, A group of 43 members along with Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, Dr. Babita Jha and Ms. Ayushi Sharma went on the trip Batch of was taken to Nainital, Jim Corbett -Uttarakhand and Delhi for a week's tour which was thoroughly enjoyed by the students. Student also gave testimonials for the same which proved that the efforts put in by the management were fruitful. 11

12 getting in touch 17 TH 7 JAIPURIA JAIPUR ANNUAL ALUMNI MEET- AAGAMAN-2016 With ultimate zeal and enthusiasm, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur organized the 7th Jaipuria Jaipur Alumni Meet "AAGAMAN-2016" on December 10, 2016 at Hotel Royal Orchid. It was not only about the meet but also about all those precious bonds and relations between the alumni, students & faculty members. Alumni meet gave a platform wherein the experienced alumni assembled at one place & witnessed the way institute has grown. The Alumni meet-16 was held in the presence of 100+ alumni from all the PGDM batches, from various places like Ahmedabad, Surat, Mumbai, Kolkata, Indore, Pune, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Agra, Bhopal, Kanpur, Delhi & NCR, and various places of Rajasthan. Nothing would have been better than starting the evening by worshipping Maa Saraswati. Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, Director Jaipuria Jaipur, Chief Guest Shri. Rajendra Bhanawat, Ex-Managing Director RIICO, Dr. Masood (Dean - Research), Jaipuria Lucknow, Mr. Sohal Patel, Chair-Student Alumni Committee along with the Deans & alumni did the honour. Additionally, the students of first year took pride in remembering Lord Ganesha by Ganesh Vandana. The chief guest for the evening, Shir. Rajendra Bhanawat, Ex-Managing Director RIICO was green welcomed wholeheartedly by Dr. Prabhat Pankaj. Further, welcomed the alumni with his precious words and exhibited the need of interaction between the alumni and current batch. For him, it was more than happiness to see the old students in their beautiful world again. 12

13 "For sharing new ideas, experiences and networking an interaction between alumni, students & faculty members is a demand of time" remarked Dr Prabhat Pankaj, Director, Jaipuria, Jaipur in the 7thAnnual Alumni meet - AAGAMAN, "It was a great event for meeting up with old friends and finding out what's new at my Alma matter. The event was carefully planned and well executed. Kudos to the entire Jaipuria family and the alumni cell in particular." Rohan Jha, Alumni, Batch ( ) "I am thankful to Jaipuria for giving an opportunity to relive our old days. We really enjoyed the night. Got another few memories to cherish for life time."jaya Singh, Alumni Batch ( ) Taking the event forward, students of first year and second year performed a charming inaugural dance followed by a heart touching video, reminding the alumni of their precious old days and another video showcasing the Journey of Jaipuria, Jaipur in Shri. Rajendra Bhanawat, Chief Guest of the Meetcongratulated the Alumni for their successful career path and inspired students to follow the path of hard work to reach at the top of the ladder of success. Moving ahead came the most awaited moment of the evening, releasing of "InTouch", the second volume of Jaipuria Jaipur Annual Alumni newsletter, by Chief Guest Shri Rajendra Bhanawat, Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, Dr. Anurag Singh, Dr. Masood, Ms. Sneha, and Alumni who contribute their articles for newsletter. It was indeed a great moment for all who contributed to the newsletter. Furthermore, the alumni were shared their experiences and discussed roadmap to success. Then, lot of fun and joy was brought by Mr. Shubham Gupta who sang a heart-touching melodious song. Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, Director - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, speaking on the occasion expressed his deep satisfaction on the excellent coordination by Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy in bringing in large number of alumni and rendering support to the students' professional growth. Toward the end, the newsletter along with a memento was given to every alumni present as a token of remembrance. The evening was further followed by DJ night and dinner. At End Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, Coordinator, Alumni Committee extended his vote of thanks to the alumni for making the 7th Annual Alumni meet successful and also gave his heart felt gratitude to the alumni who contributed their articles/ stories/ messages in Alumni Newsletter 'InTouch'. It was great experience for me to be part of 7th Jaipuria Alumni Meet It was great opportunity to meet with our great teachers and all batches alumni at one platform where we shared our corporate experience with each other. We enjoyed a lot and promised to be in touch. - Ravi Poddar, Alumni, Batch "It was a pleasure meeting all the respective faculties the arrangements were super-duper awesome Proud of JIMJ." - Preeti Singh, Alumni, Batch

14 JAIPURIA GROUP ALUMNI MEET PUNARSANGAM-2017 AT NEW DELHI To take a walk down the corridors of nostalgia, the 6th alumni meet, PUNARSANGAM-2017, was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by Directors, Faculty members, and staff members representing all the four campuses on 11th February, 2017 evening at New Delhi. As the weather became colder, the degree of enthusiasm in the alumni rose higher. The occasion was graced by more than 426 alumni, belonging to all the four campuses. Representing the true spirit that is Jaipuria they continue to engage and connect with their alma mater to learn, enrich and in turn contribute to their home for many years ahead. At the registration desk, the alumni could be seen in groupssmiling, laughing, sharing and reminiscing old times together, as if nothing was changed and they still were the students gathering around the canteen in the institute. As soon as the registrations ended, there was a welcome dance performed by the students from the current batch of Jaipuria. The crowd gathered to see what Jaipuria has for them. Great bonhomie was observed everywhere with old students reliving their old memories with their batch mates, seniors, juniors as well as their teachers. Various games were organized for the alumni including musical chairs and paper dance also. There stood a photo booth at the entrance where alumni captured smiles and happiness. The alumni wrote their messages and feelings towards Jaipuria on the wall of messages created for them. The alumni, the teachers and the students got their feet down to the music together with each other. Gradually, folks sweated and the music grew feeble. People realized it's time for dinner so they proceeded for dinner towards the buffet. All good things must come to an end, but next experience awaits. Punarsangam 2017 executed flawlessly with the graceful arrival of our honored alumni and the by the efforts put by the host. Our eyes shall be focused on the next alumni meet which shall bring with itself new opportunities and episodes. ALUMNI AS GUEST IN INDUCTION PROGRAM OF NEW BATCH The inaugural ceremony was graced by Alumnus of Jaipuria Jaipur - Mr. Lokesh Makhija, North India Manager, Arvind LifestyleNew Delhi as Guest of Honor on June 28, Day started with lamp lighting was done by our esteemed guest Mr. Lokesh Makhija (Alumnus-Jaipuria Jaipur), Director Prabhat Pankaj and Chief Guest. Mr. Lokesh focused the students for the importance of networking in their career in his speech. He stated that MBA is a tool or a path towards your destination but one should be practically strong enough to understand the things in depth. He said, there may be many challenges come across but how smartly you deal with them is "Management". He also quoted "If you don't build your dream, somfeone else will hire you to build theirs" and addressed new batch to build their own dream world. 14

15 Executive Alumni Body Meeting Executive Alumni Body Meeting was conducted on December 10, 2016 in Hotel Royal Orchid. There was a team of eight alumnus and we discussed about the past involvement of Alumni in events, Alumni also given their views and involvement of Alumni at SIP, GD, PI and final placement that help students giving opportunities to get into top industries, knowing work flow management and work execution. It will help to get rid of failure and fear to face challenges to sustain in industries. Alumnus discussed the by law and brought some changes that would be profitable for next year students and will boost the present student's skill and progress them for forthcoming dares. Executive Alumni Body Meeting was conducted on May 19, 2017 in Hotel Marriot. There was a team of ten alumnus and we discussed about the curriculum, Alumni also agreed upon that they will help the students in giving industrial exposure, will help in sponsorship of the events, will help in placing the students by giving them industry inputs & being industry mentors for them and suggested to include industrial modules in training curricular. Meeting was fruitful for next year students and will enhance the present student's skill. ALUMNI INTERVIEW PANEL FOR FORMATION OF STUDENT COUNCIL-2017 Democracy and good governance is a sign of progress and development. With this in mind the student academic council was established at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur in The Student Council (SC) represents the committee of students, acting as their liaison with faculty, deans, and administration on various academic affairs. Mrs Shweta Sharma, Entrepreneur (Batch ), Mr. Rohan Jha (Batch ), Entrepreneur were invited to interview the students for formation of various committees on August 8, After the interview 14 coordinators were selected for 14 different committees. Mr. Ankit Pareek, PGDM , Sr. Manager- Marketing Bank of Baroda was invited for Oath Ceremony of Student Council-17 on August 15, Mr. Ankit Pareek addressed new committee heads and asked them to prove and utilize theirstrength to enhance the efficiency their work and contribute in growth this institute. Being a leader, create leader, not the followers. 15

16 ALUMNI GUEST SESSION Mr. Pranay Kapoor, Assistant Manager, Ujjivan, Bangalore The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don't wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope" It was a great pleasure for the students that Alumni committee of Jaipuria, Jaipur organized an informal session with one of its alumni of PGDM, , Mr Pranay Kapoor. Being an alumni of the institute on March 21, He is the right person to share his experiences and guide the students for their PGDM activities.he did his internship from Bridgestone and currently working as Assistant Manager with Ujjivan, Bangalore. He shared his PGDM experiences and the way he learnt and practice every other things and given an enlightening way to the students. He talked about various things which students should focus upon at the time of their internship. He explained some exclusive ways which one should follow throughout the PGDM so as to land with a good placement. His positive approach towards life and ever learning attitude inspired the students a lot. He highlighted the most important thing to follow in life is proactivity, as unless you are ready to grab the chances life offers you it is very difficult to become successful in life. He was a big source of motivation for all which was required by all at this point of time. Mr. Wrick Roy, Senior Consultant, IBM, Kolkata. It was a great pleasure for the students of PGDM that Alumni committee of Jaipuria, Jaipur organized an informal session with one of its Alumni of PGDM, , Mr. Wrick Roy. Being an alumni of the institute he is the right person to share his experiences and learnings with the students. Mr. Wrick Roy is our proud alumni who is currently working with IBM as Senior Consultant, previously he worked with HCL Technology, Agies, TCI and more. He introduced supply chain management, linear programming, simulation, operation management and cost accounting. He focused on how to relate subjective theory to the practical implementation which helps in cost reduction. He indicated that your vision is important, try to bring new ideas, create your own value, add values in your service so at your work place no one can fill your shoes. It's very important to create balance between theoretical and practical knowledge and also acknowledged students with the management concepts like optimization, Marketing Techniques, Data analytics and Operational efficiency etc. Finally he quoted and ended the session by saying that "Run Run, don't stop, do or die is old saying, do before you die is new one". Students raised queries which he resolved with logical and elementary solutions. At the end of the session, votes of thanks was given by Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, he appreciated the session and thanked to Mr. Wrick Roy to share his views by contributing his precious time and navigating the right path to our students. 16

17 Mr. Sanjay Mehta, Cluster Credit Manager, Ujjivan Finance, Delhi Jaipuria Institute Of Management, Jaipur organized an alumni interface session on 24th July 2017 with Students to enlighten and inspire fresh minds and the speaker was Mr. Sanjay Mehta, PGDM batch passed out in finance and marketing. Session was coordinated and organized by Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, Coordinator - Alumni Relations. Mr. Sanjay is currently working as cluster credit manager at Ujjivan Small Finance Bank, New Delhi and also a key trainer for implementation of new guidelines issued by RBI and also the member of key committee for managing business in whole region. Alumni talks have been integral to Jaipurian culture and Mr. Sanjay Mehta, who acted as a motivational speaker and guided students on how to enjoy college life and grabbing the maximum out of it. He cracked the highest package of his batch. Mr. Sanjay Mehta shared his story of success. It was his third session from the following years. He recognized students how to be fruitful and successful by imparting couple of mantras to us. These are: Listen- A mind can listen 500 words and can speak 225 words in a minute. so one ought to have good listening abilities to grow. He additionally cited an excellent line "when you listen,you learn" which is a key to reach the next level. He talked about peer learning, understanding your strengths and weaknesses, knowing your passion and making the most at Jaipuria! He said, "Jaipuria is a great platform to grow and it is you who'll make it even better." He further laid emphasis on communication skills and its importance in the business world today! The session became an interactive when he started sharing his personal experiences and asked students about the same. He gave some precious learning to count upon. Among which one was "continuous learning".he likewise clarified how one's identity can change one's future. Despite the fact that grades does make a difference yet don't lose your identity and maintain your individuality. He also emphasized on interviews and focused upon knowing yourself. The vote of thanks was delivered by Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy where he emphasized upon "choosing the right career and waiting for the right company" and memento represented by him to Mr. Sanjay Mehta. The session got positive response from students! Mr. Akshat Jhalani and Ms. Aarushi Jain, Tax Consultant, Deloitte, Hyderabad Mr. Akshat Jhalani and Ms. Aarushi Jain, PGDM batch passed out in finance and marketing, are currently working as US Tax Consultant at Deloitte Hyderabad. Alumni talks have been integral to Jaipurian culture and acted as a motivational speaker and guided students on how to enjoy college life and grabbing the maximum out of it. They were first who got placed in Deloitte with maximum package of their batch. Mr. Akshat Jhalani shared his story of success. It was his first session and accompanied by Ms. Aarushi Jain, they have focused students on how to be fruitful and successful by concentrating on skills and knowledge. Deloitte, being the dream company for many aspiring students, Session took students attention and gave rise to queries which were deliberately and aptly answered by the alumni. 17

18 The session revolved around aptitude test, skill requirement, interview preparation and extensive participation at college level to grab as much experience as possible in order to stand out of the crowd. The talk also emphasized the importance on LSRW to crack any possible interview and a thorough knowledge of SIP report marking the relevance of the internship to crack the interview and secure a good job! Mr. Bennett Elias, Assistant Manager, Mahindra Finance, Hisar Bennett Elias, Assistant Manager, Mahindra Finance joined the students of PGDM batch on 14th August, 2017 to share his experience. Mr. Bennett gave an insight of the company and recommended students to focus towards the placements. He also educated the students that various skills like communication, situational handling and attitude play an important role while placement.he also suggested the students to read the newspaper regularly, to form peer groups to focus on various companies and to polish their GD/PI skills with help of these peer groups. ALUMNI GUEST SESSION IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur organized a guest lecture on Supply Chain Management by Mr. Wrick Roy, Senior Consultant (SCM), IBM Kolkata on 12th of July, 2017 for the PGDM batch In the session, he shared his experience in the corporate world with the students who are soon going to join it. He gave an insight of how important Operations and Supply Chain Management in today's world and how students from different educational backgrounds could pursue their future in Operations. He educated the students about the different profile which are being offered in Operations domain and how by various course we could stand out and achieve our goals. The session was very interactive and boosted the confidence of the student. He wished all the students good luck for their bright future ahead. 18

19 ALUMNI PANEL DISCUSSIONS First Alumni Panel Discussion during Induction Program of PGDM ( ) on July 3, 2017: The Induction Jaipuria Jaipur progressed to Day 7 (July 3, 2017) with even more energy and positivity, Alumni guest Panel interacted with new arrival batch for discussion on their personal and professional experience and guild lines to move on their career with great zeal. It's always worth listening to the experience of Alumni. Session was further carried with the Alumni interaction. Alumnus, Mr. Sandeep Agarwal, an Entrepreneur, Mr. Anil Hotchandani, Manager Axis Bank, Mr. Ankit Pareek, Manager, Bank of Baroda, Ms. Tripti Mitra, Assistant Manager, Mahindra Finance, interacted with our new bunch of students. Dr. Shubha Johri welcomed the alumni's and moderated the discussion. Mr. Sandeep Agarwal (PGDM: ) addressed to new batch and shred his views that when he joined Jaipuria, he was directionless, Jaipuria had lead him towards right direction and gave him right vision. He said, there are two types of people first who have inherited skills and second who acquire skills. Learn the skills required during the two years in a very lucid manner. In this world where we end matters, he learnt how to operate industry and started his own venture. He said don't run behind the placements, make your own footprint so people can follow you. Mr. Ankit Pareek (PGDM: ) directed students to have experience, and learn from the experiences. He addressed that go with courage, keep risk taking attitude, no risk no success. He said never compare yourself with anyone, you all are unique personalities and don't copy - be original and be alert for 24*7 and learn from your environment Ms. Tripti Mitra (PGDM: ) started with appreciating the efforts made by the institute for students' development. She said go with time and speed, never wait for the opportunities, create the opportunities because opportunities never wait for any one. She encouraged students to participate in various campus activities. She also asked, let world hammer you, you will come into shape, so never get feared from struggle, struggle will teach you what exactly is required in the market to survive. She also put forward that how Jaipuria has built confidence in her and make her journey simple to come out of stage fear Mr. Anil Hotchandani (PGDM: ) a banker by profession said Jaipuria will grow you and teach you skills from presentation to working on live projects. He said, you are with one of the best faculties here, take regular advice from them and focus on your internship. He also emphasized on value of team work. Real knowledge will come from market. He asked not to take pressure, enjoy all your projects and assignments and learn, it will help you to seek better placements. In the end, Question & Answer round held in the end of the session. Students raised their queries related to obstacles in early stages of career, and all alumni's answered beautifully how opportunities were identified by them and tackled well. There were lots of questions about startups, competition and challenges. The session was highly interactive and students asked numerous questions to their alumni's about industry Do's and Don'ts and learnt from their experience sharing. Dr. Shubha, thanked the panel and put forward in short value of time, commitment, and hard work. Memento of appreciation was presented to all the alumni panelist present on the occasion. 19

20 Second Panel Discussion, Formal Interaction with Alumni Batch of PGDM on August 28, 2017 Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur held a formal discussion with Batch , on 28th August The discussion gives us opportunity to be reconnected with our alumnus, batch , alumnus, they enhanced the glory of the institute with their presence. We have our proud alumni, their names are: Modhumita Roy based out in USA running own venture, Usha Garg in Ace Group as Sales Manager, Poorva Jain, Kotak Bank as Regional Manager, Nitesh Chaudhary, Deutsche Bank as Supervisor Operations, Dr. Shefali Arora Freelance as Educationist, Vaibhav Luhadiya, Bharati Infratel Ltd as Warehouse Manager, Nitin Kalani, Info Edge India Ltd as Branch Sales Manager and Kirti Sharma State Bank of India as Branch Manager increased the glory of Institute by their valuable presence. All our proud alumnus from PGDM Batch Alumnus shared their views with Director Sir Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy - Coordinator - Alumni Relations, Dr. Swati Soni about their journey with Jaipuria Jaipur and their work exposure. They shared that every little encounters and experiences gained here in Jaipuria, Jaipur has been enriching and will remain within their memories for life long. The best thing about the education system here is that they let you choose your own speed, you are not judged by the scores in your grade-sheet. The various current-issue studies, the case works, group works, Research projects, the assignments, each were helped us to develop skills then they joined for Cake cutting and refreshment. Formal meeting with all Alumnus, discussed major issues and invited suggestion for better improvements in Jaipuria Jaipur education system. They have discussed upon:- How to make best use of 2-years at Jaipuria Jaipur: Keeping your own experience in mind, can you suggest how should Jaipuria students make the best use of 2-years on campus? What should students do for better Career: What three things Jaipuria students must do for a better career? What do industry expect from management graduates: Where should students focus more at first placementprofile, package, position? After that, they shared their experience and learning regarding Summer Internship Program and guide the student about the way of doing their Internship more efficiently. The session helped the students in getting clarity and a better understanding of their career goals and future prospects of the corporate world. Jaipuria Jaipur always gives in return when alumnus spent their valuable time with us. Alumni gave many suggestions for these points. Jaipuria Institute of Management felicitated our alumnus for further studies by assisting them in data analytics and interpretation and PHD Programs. Jaipuria Jaipur provides online assistance to them to be in touch and posting jobs and current events of the college, so they can be updated about current scenario. Interview panel was prepared from batch to take interview of our alumnus, they are questioned about their experience with Jaipuria Jaipur, work exposure, activities, and any changes they need to imply here for betterment. All queries were answered in comprehensive manner. All the discussion ended up with group photo and feedback form filled up by alumnus. Thanks Of votes are devoted by Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, he said," presence of our alumni in our campus, make us to feel proud when we see them with top companies and with their impressive work profile. They are the milestones, their contributions and suggestions are always welcome as we expect more visits from them. 20

21 ALUMNI FELICITATIONS ON TH 11 FOUNDATION DAY OF JAIPURIA JAIPUR Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur celebrated its 11th Foundation day in the college campus on August 28, The chief guest at this joyous occasion was Mr. Anil Parashar - Director & member, executive Committee of Interglobe Enterprises Limited, andpresident & CEO of Interglobe Technology Quotient Private limited. The event commenced with lamp lighting and blessings of goddess Saraswati by Chief Guest, Shri Anil Parashar, Director Sir, Faculty Members and our esteemed Alumni of Batch On the fortunate occasion of Foundation Day, Alumni of the Batch were complimented for their professional achievements. They were felicitated with Citation Plates, and mementos. The alumni were quite happy to see their institute progress and affectionate. 21

22 JURY MEMBERS AT EVENTS ACTIVITIES OF JAIPURIA, JAIPUIR Mr. Saurabh Kochhar (PGDM: ), Manager, Radio Mirchi Jaipur and Mr. Sandeep Agarwal (PGDM: ), Entrepreneur were invited as a jury member for Marketing Management-II presentation on January 18, MMII is a very innovative course of the II Trimester. It involves students moving to the field and prepare a marketing plan on a chosen product/brand. There is an excitement around field work which is finally assessed by external examiners. The component of evaluation is a comprehensive presentation and a project report. This time the experts were our own alumni-mr. Sandeep Agarwal and Mr. Saurabh Kochhar. It was a real proud moment for me to see a shift in roles. Those who were students a few years back, donned the dais and made me appreciate that they have groomed up too well to become absolute professionals -helping their buddies by giving insightful inputs Ms. Tripti Mitra (PGDM: ), Assistant Manager, Mahindra Finance, Ms. Mudita Purohit (PGDM: ), Assistant Manager, SBI Life and Mr. Pradeep Kumawat, (PGDM: ), Sr. Retail Sales Officer, Parle Indiawere invited as a Guide for Sale & Distribution Management Course project in Term III, Ms. Shaifali Jindal (PGDM: ), Sr. Relationship Manager, ICICI Security, Jaipur was invited as a jury member Beta Competition in 11th Annual Youth Fest "ABHYUDAYA- 2017" on October 27, 2017 Mr. Saurabh Kumawat & Mr. Akshat Jhalani, (PGDM: ),Tax Consultant, Deloitte was invited as a jury member for Brand Dumb Charades Competitionin 11th Annual Youth Fest "ABHYUDAYA-2017" on October 28, 2017 Mr. Saurabh Sardana, (PGDM: ), Sr. Relationship Manager, ICICI Security, Jaipur was invited as a jury member for Photography Competitionin 11th Annual Youth Fest "ABHYUDAYA-2017" on October 28, 2017 Ms. Jaysukh Suthur (PGDM: ), Management Trainee - PMO, HCL Technology, Noidawas invited as a jury member Best of Waste Competition in 11th Annual Youth Fest "ABHYUDAYA-2017" on October 27,

23 Alumni Performance on Teachers Day, September 5, PGDM Alumni, Mr. Girish Dolia, Assistant Manager - IndusInd Bank, brought his melodious voice as a surprise for the teachers. In his voice of a nightingale, he sung and presented his gratitude towards the Jaipuria faculty for his achievements. His voice left the entire hall in Goosebumps and the sound of a huge round of applause by the audience. ALUMNI SUPPORTS IN PLACEMENT PREPARATION From time to time, various alumni have been interacting with their junior batches so as to guide them with their preplacement preparation talks. "ITC Session: How to prepare for ITC Interview" by Alumni Mr. Ashish Gupta, Area Sale Officer, and Mr. Ayush Metha, Management Trainee, ITC on August 9, 15, 2017: they shared process of ITC with students. They also discussed about how they prepared for the process and all the problems they faced during their time. "Deloitte Session: How to crack it" by Alumni (PGDM ), Mr. Akshat Jhalani and Ms. Aarushi Jain on August 5, 2017: The alumni interacted with the students and shared experience with Deloitte so far and the ladder they took for it. Mr. Akshat interacted with the students regarding their queries regarding the Deloitte process which was followed by Ms. Aarushi's address to the aspirants. They discussed about how they prepared for the process and all the problems they faced during their time. They also guided the students towards taking the right steps towards their preparation and how they can direct their hard work towards the achievement of their dreams. They are an inspiration to their junior batch. NEW INITIATIVE AT JAIPURIA JAIPUR IN 2017 Value Added Certification Course at Jaipuria Jaipur These certificate courses have been introduce to better of our graduating students. Business Analytical Course with IBM Six Sigma & Lean Management with KPMG Capital Market Course with BSE Introduce IBM Business Analytics Lab Language Laboratory Winter Internship for Social Happiness (WISH) Program Wish program was started by CSR Committee of Jaipuria Jaipur in students were participated. 500 hours Spent by student in 10 NGOs like: Prominent NGOs of Jaipur like Robin Hood Army, Praveen Lata Sansthan, Jeevan Ashram, Siddham Sansthan, Seva Samarpan, Yaya Society, and many more. Students visited NGOs and did internship under them and worked with them, on every Saturdays and Sundays, on field and off field. LIFE AFTER 6 Program Jaipuria has its own share of Life after 6 just like the era of the six 'o' clock swill in the last 60's in the Anglo-Saxon states. The importance of social interactions with help English Communication Classes. Hot Coffee and Hot Issue (Discussion Forum). Hobby Classes like Dance, Karate for Self Defence, Guitar, etc. A Language classes on Chinese and French. Excel and Mathematics class to improve technical skills. 23

24 alumni 2017 From 2015 we had instituted the 'Best Alumni Award" to felicitate and encourage our alumni who have reached higher corporate echelons and made us proud. This year, Mr. Sandeep Agarwal, Alumni of year , the batch, was awarded with "The Best Alumni Award-17". Best Alumni Award 2016, Mr. Atul Khandelwal (Batch ), CEO, Anoop Arcade, Best Alumni Award 2015 Mr. Lokesh Makhija (Batch ), North India Manager, Arvind Life Style. 24

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26 Topic 1: How to make best use of 2-years at Jaipuria Jaipur (Keeping your own experience in mind, can you suggest how should Jaipuria students make the best use of 2-years on campus?) Always keep yourself involved in different campus activities in addition to academics. Discuss current topics with friends and faculty. Relate subjective knowledge with real life scenarios for better clarity." Mr. Abhishek Bishnoi PGDM Batch ( ) National Head, H&R Johnson (India), Mumbai "Two years is a very short time to change an entire personality. However, since students at Jaipuria are selected through a rigorous selection procedure, only those who already have the spark to make it big can enter the halls of JIMJ. After this entry, it is the duty of each prospective CEO to fine tune his mental abilities to absorb as much knowledge as possible towards the ultimate goal of becoming a refined, well connected, resourceful and perspicuous manager. This is possible in following the under given 5 point programme during your learning period at the institute: 1. Be active always in the various inter-as-well-as intra college activities. These are opportunities to learn by making mistakes. So make as many as possible. 2. Meet as many new people as possible. Be it industry experts who visit for guest lectures or students from other colleges. All this helps you form a strong network of resourceful people. And this is what good managers are required for...connections. 3. Take the projects given at the college seriously. And try to make them related to real world problems as much as possible. Your background work done for any study related project will help you discuss them in your interviews. 4. Make best use of the library. It is very good in Jaipuria and will open your mental faculties towards international standards. 5. And finally enroll for AMFI, NSE India etc. and learn trading in the markets. The BFSI is the next big thing for employment and if you are well versed with the nitty gritty of the financial market, it will definitely give you an edge in interviews. Apart from this my personal advice is to be active with National Entrepreneurship Network so that some of you get incubated for entrepreneurship programs. "Best of Luck to the future JIMJites." Ms. Kirti Sharma PGDM Batch ( ) Branch Manager, State Bank of India, Jodhpur 26

27 I would only say to students that: "Take assignments that are outside your comfort zone, attend meetings/conferences and expose yourself to the jobs that you don't know. It will expose you to new ideas and ways of thinking that you might not have the opportunity to experience once you step in the corporate world. Build your own network which will keep you energized. You may have rigorous curriculums, but the constant influx of new ideas and people in your life will keep you refreshed as you make your way through two of the best years of your life. Besides the updating of theoretical knowledge, the more live projects and assignments you do, the more you are preparing yourself to enter the Corporate World". Mr. Amit Mathur PGDM Batch ( ) Sr. Manager-Marketing, Indian Overseas Bank, New Delhi Thank Jaipuria Jaipur for providing an opportunity to share my observations to the students by means of "InTouch". In my experience, you can make the best of two years by keeping the penultimate aim of securing the best placement/profile in the 4th trimester. Consequently, ensure that you are a part of all extracurricular / fun activities and events in the 1st year. Making your presence felt in the institution in the first year will eventually build your confidence for the placement week. While having fun in participating/coordinating activities throughout the 1st year, ensure that you are amongst the top 10 in academics. For the 4th trimester, focus solely on securing a good placement. All's well that ends well!" Mr. Pranay Kapoor PGDM Batch ( ) Assistant manager Ujjain, Bangalore. Mr. Ankur Jain, PGDM Batch ( ), Manager, Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC), Rajasthan "In my views Best use of jimj can be taken by utilizing the expertise of faculty member in the campus and by also Undergone in good internship. In addition also take full participation in making presentation and group through which communication skills will improve upon and it helps in interviewall the best and enjoy life at land of knowledge". Jaipuria is a platform which provides not just learning but a way to transform your life. The course pattern, events, initiatives, activities, sessions in all are a complete package leading to a way of transformational journey. Key suggestions for Jaipuria students are: - Make best use of each session, Build connections, be participative in all activities & events, Don't miss any opportunity, and Develop interpersonal skills at all levels. These above points have helped me transform myself and create my identitity as "The multi-talented Tejveer Kaur". Ms. Tejveer Kaur PGDM Batch ( ) HG Infra Engineering Ltd., Rajasthan 27

28 Topic 2: What should students do for better Career? (What three things Jaipuria students must do for a better career?) In my view below things i would like to suggest to students: Learn risk taking capability and we should not leave our dreams just because of risk. We must encourage student to try new idea and just not leave them being risk involve. Think Innovative and out of the box to solve problems Data lovers - students must be encourage to be numbers friendly and inbuilt with skills to use data. Using data will help us to take future decision, resource optimization, cost reduction, making process efficient, forecasting and can help organization to be profitable. Thanks for taking my views on this topic. Mr. Deepak Asnani PGDM Batch ( ) Operation Manager Genpact, Jaipur Mr. Mohan Agarwal PGDM Batch ( ) Head-UP, Ecom Express India, Noida What the experience I have thought out my current outlook, "Students should not only focus on their course books but also other aspects of MBA (current affairs, financial market etc.)... They should focus on the extracurricular activities. Participate in these activities. Make themselves aware about the changes happening in corporate world. Jaipuria should focus on more towards practical knowledge rather than theoretical part.. More opportunities should be provided to the students to participate in other colleges... Review the changes happening in job market and as per these changes/requirements we should change our self." Mr. Sagar Mal Panchariya PGDM Batch ( ) Manager, Tyre Stock Exchange The three things Jaipuria student should do: Student should focus on real market research project so than will be beneficial for getting better job. They should focus on communication skill. Keep studying and should be updated on market news. "In my views the student of Jaipuria should do following these things: - Always balance between your course and extra curriculum and your work life balance.take initiative, you never know what might help you in future life, especially in your career life. Never underestimate any work you being assigned. Follow your passion along with your work and career." 28 Ms. Jalpa Ramnani PGDM Batch ( ) Tax Consultant, Deloitte, Gurgaon.

29 According to me below mentioned points will help in making better carriers Develop Confidence: Public as well as one to one speaking to face interview and also to deal with subordinate, clients etc Should motivate students to speak in public, or can perform on stage..etc Build Good communication skill-reading newspaper on daily Basis will provide them various information and hence they will be have adequate knowledge for discussion with truth and facts. Team Work: Working in group-jaipuria can encourage students to bring high numbers good sponsors to organize fairs/event, conference, outside project, outside campus public dealings...etc. this will make them understand the corporate culture etc. At end College must ensure that there should not be shortcut way, rather student must feel motivated to work religiously, sincerely... Ms. Preeti Singh PGDM Batch ( ) Store Manager Vodafone, New Delhi Ms. Shweta Pathak, PGDM Batch ( ), Entrepreneur According to me student should: 1. Utilise the available resources at campus at fullest: Jaipuria has all the rarest resource, make use of it, deploy them, and take advantage of them. 2. Be innovative: "think beyond text, surround yourself with inspiration, get out of the resistance, explore opportunity and grab it." 3. Focus for 'Profile' In spite of 'package': A good profile job will increase more future scope of career advancement in comparison to high monetary packaged job. "In today's competitive scenario, the following will help you draw bigger impact: Planning - Look into details and identify what's important in the long run. Focus - It's not the beauty of the result you should look at; it's the foundation that will stand the test of time. Read/Listen - To attain knowledge, add little every day. The first person you have to resurrect is yourself! Mr. Vishal Sharma I am glad to contribute in open discussion form for Intouch. PGDM Batch ( ) Account Manager HackerEarth Technologies Pvt Ltd, New Delhi "Student must doing their summer internship with honesty & loyalty. They will doing more live project to better understand of corporate culture. Participate in most of events & seminar which helpful their placements. Enjoy the life & decided clearly what you want to do & working in that direction. Mr. Ghanshyam Patel PGDM Batch ( ) Sales Officer, ParleG 29

30 Topic 3: What do industry expect from management graduates? (Where should students focus more at first placement-profile, package, position?) Students should focus on Profile first and try learn the functionality and operations part and then should focus on position and package after 2-3 years. Because at the earlier part of your professional life its you're learning face and should aim to learn more and more work only and you get perfect on you work profile then packages will follow you automatically and as you grow more in your career and get more and more experience you will get promotions and then you get target for god positions as well. If in initial part of your career your objective is package then you will not get success because as you fresher in the industry now one will give weightage to you it will be critical for a fresher and package gets increased only depending on the profile you are handling and in which organization as well." Mr. Vaibhav Luhadia PGDM Batch ( ) Warehouse Manager Bharti Infratel Limited, Jaipur My views "The first thing before going for any Job is to prepare a good C.V. which itself implies that you need to work on your profile first and then the position and package is a part of the same process arousing from your profile." Mr. Rohan Maheshwari PGDM Batch ( ) Asst. Manager, Bank of Baroda, Pune "I believe a new comer should always focus on the profile followed by a position and package. Initially, It is very important to learn and nurture your technical skills. It's like earlier you were riding a bicycle with supporting tyres, now both are unplugged and you need to move ahead without any support system. Position and package are just like speed and control but it is important to ride it first. You will be able to control other 2 factors. Package and Position will follow once you get a growth oriented profile wherein your strength and abilities are rightly valued. The moment you start exploring your areas of expertise, apparently you would be able to see exciting results." Generally, Industry professionals prefer a candidate who is honest and the one who always work with the right attitude. Most prominent factor is your communication skills both written and verbal. Explicitly, your curiosity to learn, relearn and unlearn." "As per my industry experience till date and being an employer right now, I would highly recommend to focus on profile at very first placement.this is because a good profile results in sound knowledge of processes and also allows to understand ground realities. Once anyone is good with such things package and position follows it. Person sitting on a good position must have fair experience of modus operandi as well, then only good leaders are emerged. Package automatically follows skills, which comes from a good profile. Initial years, candidate should only focus on gaining knowledge of the industry with a focus to achieve excellence. As it's a continuous process, but there is no shortcut to success and no alternative of hard work in smart manner". Mr. Lalit Sharma Batch ( ) Director Decipher Zone Software Mr. Govind Sharma PGDM Batch ( ) Head of Operations Fella Homes, Delhi 30

31 In today times, Industries expectations from management graduates according to me are- The management graduates must have time management knowledge as punctuality and TAT are the two important factors in the upcoming competitive market and this gives the first impression of the candidate. Instead of quantitative work, candidate must focus on qualitative result and in the two year management program they are taught this in a very well manner. Candidates must be focused while on the job and use of social media at the work place should be avoided. Management Graduates must be updated with the current affairs. Dressing etiquettes, etiquettes are the other factors which the graduate must possess. Students should focus on following things: Students to focus on profile first, because the right profile is the first step towards the dream job they peruse. Second priority should be the position as it is the job role which defines your approach towards the organization. Third priority should be package, however students make this as there first preference but as per industry package varies and its important first to choose your industry then hopping on to package. According to me: "Students should focus more on: Think about the practical aspect rather than theoretical, Good at communication with people at all level & within team, Always remain positive not be so panic, High motivated, committed and dedicated, and Quick decision making capabilities, A fresher students must be focus on their profile rather than package." Ms. Ashish Gupta PGDM Batch ( ) Area Sale Officer ITC Ltd., Rajasthan "They want a person to be good in communication and ethical behavior first and he/she is supposed to have a goal and some passion to do work. Also the interest in the field of job application is what matters the most with a basic knowledge of working in company. Most probably these days Microsoft office is must. Focus are may depends but there is supposed to have some criteria like which field one is interested in and Profile and packed is to be considered must". Ms. Anchal Jhalani, PGDM Batch ( ) Credit Manager Capital First Ltd., Rajasthan Mr. Sanidhya Goyal, PGDM Batch ( ) Tax Consultant, Deloitte, Gurgaon "Initially when any graduate entered into the corporate world he/she has to first justify his profile given to him. Once you justify your profile you can move upwards in your position along with the package. Mr. Sandeep Agarwal PGDM Batch ( ), Entrepreneur "Management graduates should be more focused about what exactly they want their career to be, rather than salary. They should go for a company where they want to be associated for long. These students can even change their career direction for a mere salary hike. This approach of them often leads to disinterest of companies towards them. The most common reason for rejecting them is also lack of cultural fit and an inability to solve complicated problems. They are limited to classroom theories and case studies. A focused mind with a smart approach is something industry expects from management graduates." Mr. Deepak Middha PGDM Bacth ( ) Deputy Manager, Indusind Bank, Bikaner 31

32 Actionable points from Discussion Forum for Students One only need two feet of light from the torch to navigate miles and miles of darkness. Two kind words of wisdom can do wonders for a troubled mind. Jaipuria Institute of Management understands and values the learnings shared by the alumni. There have been three discussion forums facilitated by the institute. Below are the topics of three discussion forums and the precious key learnings gracefully bestowed by our beloved alumni. 1. How to make best use of 2-years at Jaipuria Jaipur? The key takeaways from the alumni discussion are as following: a. Be always active in the various inter-as-well-as intra college activities b. Meet and interact with as many new people as possible from all walks of life c. Do things which are outside your comfort zone, attend meetings/conferences and expose yourself to the jobs that you don't know d. Think globally, use every opportunity to be international, be it SIP or tour or placement 2. What should the students do for better career? The key takeaways from the alumni discussion are as following: a. focus on real market research project and treat these projects as your corporate assignment b. Develop confidence and communication skills by participating in every possible activity, fest, competition etc. c. Focus for 'Profile' In spite of 'package' and do this with a well advanced planning d. Do your summer internship with utmost honesty & sincerity 3. What do industry expect from management graduates? The key takeaways from the alumni discussion are as following: a. Must have for the upcoming competitive market is time management skills as well as TAT (Thematic Apperception Test) b. Etiquettes of dressing, speaking, writing etc. must be inculcated to be a true professional c. Rejection often occurs due to lack of cultural fit and an inability to solve complicated problems. Don't be limited to classroom theories and case studies d. Add something extra, develop your niche, do Analytics or KPMG or BSE or some other additional course, be keen to learn: explore MOOC On behalf of Jaipuria, Jaipur family, I express my gratitude to all the endearing alumni for sharing such invaluable lessons with us. Also it gives me immense pleasure to inform our alumni that Jaipuria, Jaipur is takes special note of your advice and strives to train and prepare the management students with best of the best skills, knowledge and attitude. Through informal connect, international SIP and study tours, additional certification courses in IBM analytics, BSE, KPMG etc. we prepare our students to become shapers and leaders of future. Dr Daneshwar Sharma Associate Professor Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur 32

33 inside out of "DON'T WATCH THE CLOCK, DO WHAT IT DOES. KEEP GOING." Mr. Akshat Jhalani, PGDM ( ) SAM LEVENSON Tax Consultant, Deloitte THE POWER WITHIN YOU All the road to your dreams isn't very easy to navigate, sometimes they are dotted with mountains to climb, and obstacles to overcome, and sometimes that will make you feel like quitting from everything and leave as they are. Just remember this if you get lost the way: Anything you want doesn't come easy. So don't get nervous. Don't give up. Stand and Start. I have found that sometimes the subtle difference in our attitude, which of course can make a major difference in our future, can be as simple as the language we use. Just because it's common, that doesn't mean it's not risky. Many people fall into the misconception that if a lot of people are doing something, it must be the safest path and starts following them. But we need to understand, it may be good for him not for you. Choose your own path and start working on it. When we start thinking and saying what we really want then our mind automatically shifts and pulls in that direction. And sometimes it can be that simple, just a little twist in vocabulary that illustrates your attitude and philosophy. Don't just stop yourself when you are tired, STOP when you are done. SPECIAL 26 Class of , and a batch of 26, we called it "special 26", with the same name a movie had hit the theatres at that time. In 2013, I started working a couple of months before we even graduated. After working for a year and a half with Crayons Advertising, Jaipur, I started working with an Ed-tech startup Hello English, and have been a part of the team since its inception. Ms. Himani Wadhwa, PGDM ( ) Senior Content Writer in Hello English At the outset, what encouraged and motivated me, was the idea behind the App. The idea to make English learning more accessible! With 30 million users across the globe, in 3 years, the growth has been phenomenal and overwhelming! Falling into the rat race was never my idea, I always wanted to stick to a cause, and I did. I believe if you follow what you believe in, everything else follows. With the technological advancements, it is imperative to keep yourself abreast with the happenings, and work in an environment which is conducive for you in terms of what you want to learn, and explore. The key is to keep exploring, and learning! 33

34 THE BEST IS YET TO COME My dear, Destiny has its ways to teach you what you need to learn. There is this famous saying, "What goes around, comes around. If you give someone, pain, guilt, happiness, love or friendship- it will come back to you in one way or another. They hurt you and you suffer. But they smile, laugh and enjoy with the people whom they bitched about in front of you. You realise that was nothing but a lie. That friendship too was a lie but you did everything to save it. They come; you accept. They lie; you believe. They hurt you; you love them. They leave; you stay. Ms. Prerana Jhawar, PGDM ( ) Author What would you do to keep someone who don't want to stay? Why would you love someone who thinks you're coming into his life is a mistake? People are all the same! But you don't hold grudges, it pollutes your soul. They lied and you believed, it's not your mistake. You simply went with the flow. Understand that, everything happened in past was an 'almost' and you deserve 'all'. It is just that the one who deserve you is your destination and the one who left was an obstacle in your journey. Because, the best is yet to come. THE STORY OF KARTKOPPER.COM (HOUSE WIFE TO BUSINESS WOMEN) What happens when you bring together a housewife, a passion for entrepreneurship and a whole lot of conviction in one's own abilities? The strength to follow what your soul truly desires! That in its very basic essence is the story of Kartkopper.com, an online portal that is writing new stories with its differential product offerings and marketing tools. Like any startup the life was not easy for Mrs. Anjali Sharma (founder kartkopper.com).as she says "My husband Mr. Prateek Sharma (JIMJ PGDM batch ) who works with SBI was posted at Hisar,Haryana & my daughter was 2 years old, the time I thought of doing something of my own." The story began with the trading of traditional Rajasthani bed sheets having Kantha print,kalamkari print, Patch and Embroidery work etc. She started selling the bed sheets from home at Hisar, Haryana and went on successfully selling the 300 bed sheets in 2 months. But the problem was with managing the operations such as buying inventory from Jaipur, & bringing it to Hisar was really a tough task. So, inspired by the initial selling and problems faced, the products were listed on flipkart.com under the name of Nathi and Nancy Fabrics Jaipur. Working with flipkart made her feel the power of online selling & opportunities to work from home & concept of nathiandnancy.com was born. The initial Mr. Prateek Sharma, PGDM ( ) Manager, State Band of India investment of technology was very low and as such the features. It was hard to manage the bulk orders, automation of and sms notifications for updating the customers regarding their orders, portal signups etc. and everything was done manually due to technology resource constraints. The tie-up with India Post as a logistic partner also did not prove to be successful & tracking the orders even when delivered became the day to day problem though India Post was preferred to be a logistic partner because of its wide reach in every corner of the country. The non-availability of COD facility, non-automation of /sms notifications, printing of shipping labels and invoices, uploading of inventory, product photo shoot all came out to be a tedious task and a need of professional site with a catchy portal name was felt because nathiandnancy.com was hard to remember. The portal was relaunched on 16th March 2016 with all the above hurdles being removed and birth of kartkopper.com took place. From traditional bed sheets the site had now started selling the 3-d print bed sheets,kurtis & fashion accessories. The first Facebook campaign in July 2016 was really a big hit with orders been received from almost every state of the country & majority chunk was for 3-d bed sheets. The android app of the portal was also launched in the September

35 and on the same technological platform on which the site operated. Though penetration in Jammu & Kashmir and North- Eastern states (other than Assam and Meghalaya where we had few orders) is still awaited. This was the very critical phase where we had orders but at the same time the operational cost went high because of outsourcing of logistics work, management of e- commerce platform by third parties & running of ad campaigns on social networks. The time was to revamp the marketing strategies and building on the platform where operational cost could be reduced. The operations of the portal were shut down for 6-months as was migrated to a new technological platform to ensure low operational cost. The agreement with delivery was entered into to ensure the availability of COD facility and timely delivery of orders. This was the time when kartkopper.com started selling the t-shirts and shifted from trading to the merchandising business. "It's a pretty crowded market that we operate in. We aren't just competing with established online brands but are very particular about our brand image for which we put in a lot of thought to design selection. For example, we don't do designs just because we think they'd sell and prefer to keep away from general crass humor," says Anjali Sharma. Leveraging the knowledge from -her financial backgrounds (being M.A. Economics), Rs. 5 lakhs have been put in (from personal savings) to set up a business with strong fundamentals and a cash cycle that requires no working capital. This has allowed to grow organically from a business that was started with a total inventory of 300 bed sheets running out from home, to a business with an inventory of t-shirts that is not require to be pile up and managing the operations from Jaipur & Tamil Nadu. Financially, the team believes they have the potential to grow month on month without any additional capital inflow. Some of the marketing features that helped kartkopper.com in growing their customer base are:- 1. Social discounts: - For every face book like, share and Tweet or follow on twitter customers get an instant discount in their shopping cart. 2. Games: - The customers can play and create their own discount by completing the game. The coupon code generated at the completion of game can be used during the final checkout. 3. Cash back: - The cash back is given on your every purchase that can be used in future. 4. Order Reviews: - The customers can earn additional coupon codes for their next purchase by providing the feedback for their purchase from the store. 5. Contests on Social platforms:- The store keeps on organizing the contest on their social platforms such as where a comment by you can win you a free t-shirt. 6. Day to day offers:- The site keeps on running the day to day offers which can be availed by visiting the offers section. The product quality is of highest priority at kartkopper.com with all the t-shirts being 180 GSM 100% cotton biowashed and pre shrink stuff as well as unique designs made it stands apart from the competitors. A positive growth like this can't be a purely numbers game and while the team insists their success lies in the simplicity of their business. The store is focusing on their other unique moves that include partnering with colleges, schools & established organizations for their official merchandising in coming days. It has also plans to enter into the other products such as Slogan Tees, Polo Neck Tees, Hoodies, and Boxers etc. in coming days as think tank is working on it. The fan following on face book has already crossed the 15,000 mark but the tough challenge lies in increasing it at a fast pace. The store also aims to mark its presence feel on the IOS and Android platform by the end of this year to offer a much better shopping experience to its customers. "We are also planning to come up with a section of mock news for fun purpose that will not only make you laugh but will also keep you update with the latest news. Hope this new marketing strategy will also help us in increasing our customer base" says Anjali Sharma. The journey of kartkopper.com since its inception can be a learning for many of us and for those who aim to be entrepreneurs. The operations management, financial management & marketing management are the 3 most important pillars of your business with operations we'll give the utmost priority as it's a day to day affair that affects the way a business turns out. If you plan to set up an e-commerce business than it is must to study your competitors rather we suggest you should follow them. The technological platform and strategies regarding your branding should be absolutely clear in your mind. The business you plan to start may already be running but you should not copy it and come up with your own styles and uniqueness. The social platforms are very crucial and so is the way you market your products. Reminiscence :)!! SOME MEMORIES CAN NEVER FADE College where we spend the best years of our life by making memories with the people we can never ever forget. The life we miss the most, the life we wish we could relive, the life that gave us so much to remember, the life that inked so many memories, so many stories; from completing assignments to writing research papers, from participating in the fest to decorating the premises. Ms. Laveena Chhajed, PGDM ( ) Management Trainee, Mahindra Finance Everything might have changed over the years but the memories this building gave us still remains intact. We can picture ourselves running down the corridor, laughing carelessly, cracking jokes and having a gala time with our friends. Our eyes would be searching all those places which once were an important part of our college life. 35

36 Blissful College Campus The auditorium which was always buzzing with various activities especially "guest lecture" (I know it got boring at times no no every time) would literally come alive; we will still find glimpses of ourselves in the corner of the auditorium, making faces at our friends. The way to library will flicker us with the memories of defying all the library rules, when we couldn't stop chatting and gossiping while the library demanded us to have pin drop silence. The fact that we did everything apart from studying in library would bring a smile on our face. And, when we would enter our classroom, the chaos and hassle of college days would be witnessed once again. We would imagine our friends on every bench, shouting, laughing, fighting and sometimes studying too (But only sometimes). The lush green garden which gave us numerous cricket and volleyball matches would still echo with the cheers of our group. While standing near the corridor and having a look around the whole college, we shall suddenly realize that this was the place where we lived our life to the fullest and we miss it like anything. The awe-inspiring teachers and professors we had No matter how much annoying and irritating we considered them, we cannot deny the fact that they were the ones who moulded us into beautiful human beings. From scolding us for our nuisance activities to complimenting us on every achievement, from clearing up all our doubts to boosting up our confidence, they did it all and paved avenues for our successful life. Remember the Finance teacher whose equations we never understood or Business Communication whose lessons were a tough nut to crack. Not to forget the Accounts professor whose balance sheet gave us nightmares.we kind of despised their presence that time but, now after years when we meet up, we cannot stop admiring them. The proud feeling they have in their eyes when they hear our success stories gives us enormous satisfaction. Times might have changed, but in their eyes, we still remain those naughty students who bunked classes. Even now, they won't mind pulling our ears once in a while and for a change we would love it. The timeless love stories College life brings along so many love stories. Hearts get broken and mended, tears are shed and smiles grow too. We all have been there, done that. The girl or guy we had a huge crush on and the fact that the whole college knew about our emotions except that guy/girl was a matter of life and death for us. Things might have transformed their outlook with time but, even after years when we see that one girl/guy, our heart beats a little too fast and a little too much. The beautiful moments we spent together are still a part of our most cherished memories. Favorite places "ADDA Though our favorite hangout places might have a different look by now but the essence remains the same. College canteen where we had spent all our "kuch meetha ho jaye moments" is still spreading sweetness all around,the "college stairs" where the young student in us weaved dreams and carved future plans can still witness young boys and girls conjuring ambitious dreams with a cup of hot tea, "study room" & "student lounge" were actually made to discuss the past, present and future. This is how college life is! It is beautiful and profound in its own way. It was its own little version of heaven. The memories we made there will always give us that nostalgic tinge and help us discover smile. There are times in the midst of chaos of our busy lives we tend to walk down that memory lane. It instills us with numerous emotions and all we can do is take a walk down that memory lane accompanied with happy tears and sad smiles. "We never realized that we were making memories memories for lifetime SALES AND MARKETING TRENDS IN INDUSTRY "Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do." -Pele Ms. Shobhana Tiwari, PGDM ( ) Sales Management Associates, Bajaj Electricals After completing an MBA degree, a graduate is certified in all known core areas or at least some major managerial roles within an establishment. This degree is one that is highly recognizable throughout the world. But there is myth in young generations head regarding sales, "Sales is not good", "There are huge targets", "You must travel a lot", etc. 36

37 I have different perspective. While perusing MBA I was very much inclined towards HR and the major reason behind that was I hated traveling, and wanted desk job. But somehow, I got selected in Bajaj Electricals and my destiny look me over to totally different sector. I thank lord that I selected sales over HR because now I realize that there is huge learning in sales as compare to sitting in office and doing paper work. You got to meet different people daily, you got to convince them and more over you never feel bored. "The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself." Peter Drucker There is a suggestion to all the youngsters that don't rush and don't create a myth in your mind that Sales is not healthy, first understand the concept. Sales doesn't means always sell you product. It is a beautiful package in which you must deal with different individuals who have different perspective, you must show your leadership by handling distributor and its staff, you must give your innovative ideas to increase range and reach of company and many more things. "Here's my whole marketing idea: treat people the way you want to be treated." Garth Brooks While perusing MBA, students should focus on some major trends that corporates are following. Companies are looking for such individuals who can be agile, flexible and optimistic. There are many new Ideas and thoughts being accepted by the corporates. In FMCG and FMCD business there is a trend that they believe in rotation of money and not keeping stock. In, ITC the sales person used to visit every retailer 3 to 4 times a day. The reason behind this is that the money gets rotated and retailer should give order according to his capacity and demand. Company focus on availability of its product on every counter. Same Bajaj electrical is also doing, they are focusing of range and reach expansion program. Instead of keeping one type of product company is asking retailers to keep more SKU's, i.e., stock keeping unit. Bajaj is applying Theory of constraints (TOC) which means focus. Do what you are supposed to do but stop doing what should not be done in the market. The concept of TOC has four major beliefs, first everyone has inherent goodness and no one evil or bad. Everything in this universe have inherent simplicity and nothing is complex. There is inherent harmony and inherent potential. In personal as well as profession life we face several problems and no MBA can teach us how to solve those constraints. There are 5 major steps that we can apply in formal and informal world. First, identify the system's constraint. Second, decide how to exploit the system's constraint. Third, subordinate every action to the above decision. Fourth, elevate the system's constraint. Last, go back to step-1. So, while doing MBA, the students who want to enter in FMCG or FMCD sector, should focus on these trends as these are the key factors of growth in the market. There is no shortcut for success, have patience and understand each concept by going in market instead of sitting in Airconditioned office. "Write when drunk. Edit when sober. Marketing is the hangover." Ashwin Sanghi IT'S NEVER TOO LATE Take a minute to think about the last time you made a mistake. Remember how angry you felt, at yourself and at the world? How bitter it was that even though you tried again, even though you put yourself out there yet again, you ended up taking the wrong path? It's truly said "No matter how far you have gone on a wrong road, turn back.'' It doesn't matter how long we've allowed ourselves to travel the road of our false self. We know when it isn't leading us to a sense of purpose and significance and we can admit we are on the wrong path. The awareness that our life lacks meaning is more than enough evidence that it's time to make a U-turn. Ms. Naina Bubna, PGDM ( ) Corporate HR Executive Gracure Pharmaceuticals It's not always easy to rebuild what broke or to have the confidence to decide that you're not living the life you wish for, so that you can start from scratch. But you are strong enough to do it, and you'll get up more times than you'll ever think you're capable of. This world is nothing if not full of new beginnings and chances to take, so it's you who must choose what you want out of it and if you're willing to put in the work. You'll stumble, fall, and then do it all over again and you know what? You'll wake up another day and by doing that, you'll have a chance to start over. If there's one thing you have to remember, it's that it's not too late. It's never too late to get up, to change it up, to take the jump and run and start all over again. P.S - Thing is, you can. And you will. 37

38 BRIGHT FUTURES "It always seems impossible until it's done." - Nelson Mandela As placement season is arriving students have a long to do list which is really depressing. Many students say that they kind of felt dead at the start. They don't know where to go, what to do, which industry should they select, what is their dream company, etc. The only way to overcome this is to quickly found the gear. Companies are looking for the people who are full of energy and dedication. Students should be the part of the competition not just watching it. Every second in placement process must be invested, not given away. People say so much time was given. No, don't give. INVEST. Giving is like charity, investment is very serious. Student must ask themselves if that time is given to right company, right profile and what they expect. Then check if they get what was expected. My experience is that students apply for that company who pay high. They are not even bothered to check the profile the company is offering and the JD of the company. "We should not give up and we should not allow the problem to defeat us." -A. P. J. Abdul Kalam. Instead of saying "we started a bit late", students should start there preparations much in advance. We need to bring the sports culture, work harder and harder. But students only want "all gain and no pain". After not getting selected in one or two companies, they start believing that they lost a god given opportunity. It is difficult for them to believe that they lost. They feel shattered and apologize to their well-wishers and placement team. There is a pain of loss and of not getting selected in a good company. They didn't know how long it would take to come out that phase. Mr. Hardik Sojitra, Batch ( ) Management Trainee, Verthani Thirumalai Finance Pvt. Ltd. "Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground."- Theodore Roosevelt We have the people; we have the brains and manpower. We have best students in finance, HR, Marketing, IT and operations. We can send rockets to the moon and mars, so defiantly we can get selected in best of the companies. We should be held accountable for our performance. We need a complete overhaul to improve our performance. Training should be a mandatory part of the curriculum; we should educate students about the importance of GD, PI, Aptitude round and psychometric test from day one. Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time. Thomas A. Edison We need to learn from campuses that have performed well in the placement week last year. We should adopt the best practices and strategies and make a long term unbiased commitment to make Jaipuria institute of management Jaipur proud. We should be like Dipa Karmakar, this young woman discovered her own potential and vaulted her way into a fulfilling life which offered her rich rewards and recognition she deserved and craved. LIFE AT JAIPURIA Life at Jaipuria, Jaipur Indeed it was a beautiful journey embarked in the pink city, this journey marks many blissful moments spent at Jaipuria from being Mr. Fresher to Head of International Relations Committee (student council) and being the first student of my batch to get placed (As I still remember the day when I visited the campus first time and before finalizing the college, My question from admission department was- will I be placed? Mr. Udit Sehgal, PGDM ( ) Executive Trainee, Spandana Sphoorty Looking at my previous grades), this beautiful journey was impossible to even dream off, but this all has been possible due to the continuous efforts of Jaipuria family that has groomed me as needed and has helped me to step in corporate with profile I always dreamed to get in 'operations'. It was the best decision i had ever taken to choose Jaipuria Jaipur for PGDM programme. This journey wouldn't have been more beautiful than it has been. Thank You Jaipuria for this unforgettable journey. 38

39 LIFE-SUCCESS BEYOND IMAGINATION Journey is what we can plan, we can think and ultimately execute. But Life is an unplanned event. God has created this world for all different kind of species, we can see animals in the forests, humans in the cities, birds flying in the air, trees growing up, we see reptiles inside the soil and even we have microorganisms which could be seen with microscopes only. Out of all the most beautiful creation is expected to be Human Being. We have the power to think, express, examine and to evaluate. We are the real heroes as we have discovered so many things, we have reached so many unexplored place- Space, Mars, Moon etc. We have went to places where God had stayed in past, we have created our own ways of living, we have created our own law, our own religion, our own society. We have gone beyond our limits just to achieve own satisfaction, we have become so unreal to achieve success, we have overruled our own emotions in the fantasy of materialistic world, we have touched every corner to become more powerful, we have tried to reach at the topmost level of success, we have created our own name, our own value and own dignity. Although we have done a lot but this a not the real definition of Human. The real Human is full of satisfaction, kind,soft hearted, helpful and full of fun and happiness but In the race of being the flag bearer we have missed out our basics-we have lost our core values,our ethics our inner beauty and moved to a world which is full of exploitation, explosion, terror, wars, sorrows and sadness. Now people are greedy, feeling less, emotionless, fearful, worried and aggressive. Patience and brotherhood has gone for a toss. Everyone is so busy in their lives earning money, thinking of past, planning for future that they don't have time for their families and friends and not even for GOD. We have failed to be a Human-"The most graceful creation". Mr. Pankil Moolchandani PGDM ( ), Manager, Axis Bank In my knowledge we all should grab this opportunity and turn our lives to success- what we want. We should bring our soul at the highest level of purity. Notice every bad evil within and try to get rid of it. Use your power to explore the real human inside you. Pray for others not for self. Always agree to what others say. Stay happy and relaxed Revitalize your energies to build a human inside. Love and greet others. Use Mantras to energize Exercise daily Go to holy places to get positive energy Be spiritual rather aggressive. Try to explore every possibility of being the happiest person on the planet-you will find a positive aura around you. The idea for doing all this is "God has created his own ways of managing our lives, our sorrows and happiness-so always stay calm. Think of a day when you were tensed- crumbling and sudden happiness comes with shower. You think of becoming a doctor and you turn out to be a pilot. You think of starting your own business and you get into a job. You plan for an outing and suddenly gets cancelled Your best friend becomes your rival. If you are suffering from a pain you will definitely get a delightful news. Hope you would have noticed-our body is controlled by our Brain-we taste, we smell, we panic,we feel we sense just because of brain acts as our CPU. But have you ever thought -what we have done in the past, what we are doing in present and what we will do in future is all operated by one and only Almighty-The power of universe. The God has everything planned for you-your birth, your parents, your education, your carrier, your marriage and even your death also. So why to worry when we cannot control anything. Rather we should thank GOD for giving us a wonderful opportunity for making us Humans and should spread his fragrance all around the world. "The only task to achieve the real success 39

40 BANKING INDUSTRY Banking is a very treacherous business because you don't realize it is risky until it is too late. It is like calm waters that deliver huge storms. Indian banking industry has recently witnessed the roll out of innovative banking models like payments and small finance banks. RBI's new measures may go a long way in helping the restructuring of the domestic banking industry. People think that banking is all about depositing money, opening current account, savings account, making fixed deposits but in reality it is much more than that. The Indian banking system consists of 27 public sector banks, 26 private sector banks, 46 foreign banks, 56 regional rural banks, 1,574 urban cooperative banks and 93,913 rural cooperative banks, in addition to cooperative credit institutions. Public-sector banks control more than 70 per cent of the banking system assets, thereby leaving a comparatively smaller share for its private peers. Banks are also encouraging their customers to manage their finances using mobile phones. There are variety of products that are offered by the banks today from depositing money to lending money (credits), from establishing relationships to giving advices and creating wealth subject to proper investment. There two aspects of banking one is liability and other is asset, just alike every one liability is the considered obligation that one has to repay it is considered the same for banks as well. For bank's liabilities are savings account, current accounts etc. Banks has to pay interest on FD, SA hence they are obligations for bank which they want to reduce. For a knowledge as of layman person, bank are happy to provide these facilities but it is not, current account are the one on which bank mainly focuses as they generate funding for bank and bank does not have to pay any interest on them. For banks perspective assets are - providing loans, advances, credits etc. these are the real money makers, but at the same time greater the amount of advances higher the risk for the bank to get them back and this can be well explained from the saying, "If you owe your bank a 1000 Rs., You have a problem but if you owe bank a 1000 cr. Then your bank have a problem." But then also banking industry is all about which bank can provide more credits to people at a minimal rates though Mr. Kunal Godhwani, PGDM ( ) Assistant Manager, Yes bank they are risky for bank but nevertheless bank's bread and butter runs from these services. There are many ways by which bank extends credits to people like providing business limits, car loan, machinery loans, home loan, mortgage loans etc. The world as we know it wouldn't run smoothly without credit and banks to issue it. So now the question is how do bank offer advances/credits at low rates, it can be explained by a simple business rule - lesser the cost of the product lessers the selling price of the product, if bank reduces the interest rates they offer on liability product it can automatically offer low interest on advances they made to corporates and general public. The costing that bank incurs in breeding funds is known as the MCLR (Marginal cost of funds based lending rate).it is an internal benchmark or reference rate for the banks and banks cannot fund at the rate below their MCLR as this is the no profit no loss situation for banks and if banks fund below this rate then it will expose itself to losses also to maintain fair and healthy competition in the market it is mandate from RBI that checks bank from funding below their MCLR. In contemporary market where each bank has its own MCLR that is very close at hand with the competitor, they all are trying best to reduce their MCRL so as to capture market. Every bank publicize lending rate every month so as to review what can be done to reduce it and make it much more combative. Eventually the government and the regulator have undertaken several measures to strengthen the Indian banking sector but still our banking arrangements lack far behind when it comes to the global level. As per the latest statement by ICRA (Indian credit agency) it is estimated that credit growth in India's banking sector would be at 7-8 per cent in FY and still many amendments has to be done in the banking regulation act to expand this industry at a good pace. 40

41 CAN ENTREPRENEURS HAVE A GOOD WORK LIFE BALANCE Starting up a business inevitably means a lot of hard work. That's not to say a typical day job does not, but when you own your business the to-do list can feel overwhelming as you quest to accomplish early targets vital to making the venture both viable in the short term and a long term success. Budgets are also tight and you may not have the money to take on a host of staff to help pick up the slack. You didn't plan to at the outset but before you know it you're doing all the odd jobs yourself. A customer asks for minor changes which were not part of the contract but as a gesture of good will you try to accommodate them. You're answering the phone as soon as it rings in an effort to make sure you don't miss anything. Or you're simply feeling everything needs that final touch by you. Maintaining a healthy work life balance at the same time can therefore seem like no more than a pipe dream as the long days pile up and the weekends end up being more days of work rather than a break. But running on empty, dashing from one apparent emergency to the next, clearly isn't sustainable. So how do you strike that work life balance when times are so demanding of you in those early stages? Here are some thoughts to help make things that bit more sustainable, and most importantly enjoyable. Because after all your start up business was meant to be just that! Delegate, delegate, delegate - Learn the art of delegation if you've got team members to help you. Identify the strengths in your team and let them take care of the things they are best suited to. It involves trust but there's no reason to think why it should be you doing it all yourself. Your team want the business to be a success too so make sure your employees feel like business owners and empower them to get on with what you hired them to do. Outsourcing - It may seem counter intuitive to think of outsourcing when you've just set up your own business to deliver on your idea and cash flow is tight. But time is also money and outsourcing is what some successful entrepreneurs do to save time and double the output of their efforts. What's wrong with outsourcing a task or a project if it's not one of your strengths or simply doesn't interest you? Your energy when you set up a business is going to be critical to its success so there's no point inwasting it on something that you don't want to do. If it is feasible financially, outsourcing a task to keep control of your working hours and your energy levels high, is a potential way to maintain some balance. Mr. Rohan Jha, PGDM ( ) Entrepreneur Under promise, but over deliver - Do not overpromise to clients. Let them know exactly what your routine work times are. If you need time to do the school run every day for example, don't give the impression that you are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It won't work, will simply because you stress and most likely irritate those critical early customers. Set achievable goals - Recognizing what you've done and achieved, however small, is as important as knowing what you've still got to do to build your business. Set yourself bite sized goals along the way to delivering the grand plan, stick to delivering them and celebrate their achievement. They'll re-stock the energy levels and keep you motivated. Take time for a holiday - Holidays provide you with a muchneeded break from the pressures of professional responsibilities. If you are not able to afford or take time out for long holidays, you might consider taking regular breaks during long weekends. Extend your weekends to a day or two and spend quality time with your family, friends, or with yourself. Define your work-life boundaries - Make a clear distinction between your work and personal life to define your limits at both fronts. Even a task as simple as travelling between your home and office can contribute towards distinguishing between your work and personal life. You may employ all the possible tools and strategies to serve this purpose. Filter your calls - You may employ the latest technology to filter and manage your calls online. This way, you will have fewer chances of mixing your work and personal life. Update your call schedules to comply with your overall schedules for more convenient working and ensuring that you are connected to your business even when you are away. Hence, you do not have to worry unnecessarily about losing out on any potential customers. Ensure to take your meals regularly- While working, be particular about taking reasonably timed breaks for your meal times. If you are working from home, you may schedule your meal times so that you may be able to enjoy 41

42 a good meal with your family. Make your meal time a part of the quality time to be spent with your family and put away all the distractions, like mobile phones, while having your lunch. Take proper sleep: Negligence towards your acquiring sufficient sleep may have disastrous consequences on your health, as well as, on your work-life balance. Consider taking power naps during noon to increase your energy and productivity at work and stay energized and active at all times. Exercise: Exercise not only tones muscles, but improves brain power. A study showed aerobic exercise increased cognitive function. This is because exercise increases blood flow to your brain, meaning a jog might be just what you need before a brainstorming session. It also helps in networking, reducing stress, boosts confidence, improves energy and lets you be in control. Identify your limitations: Identify your work and personal life aspects that are in your control and then devise processes and schedules accordingly. Spend time working around factors that are in your control to achieve a balance in your life. Know when you are most productive: Some people work better at night, while others are more productive during daytime. Assess yourself to know during what time you are most productive and devote this time to tackle the most complicated and difficult of tasks. In conclusion I can just tell you that a perfect work life balance can be a myth as people's priorities both at home and in the office inevitably keep changing. Given the fast paced nature of entrepreneurship that can seem even more so. However by practicing and completing some of these bits of advice you can keep things on an even keel and maintain those critical energy levels needed to make your start up business a success. 42 THINK BIG AND LIVE THE BEST TIME OF YOUR LIFE The life you are living is the dream for million people, so don't feel bad about your life, cherish every moment, time fly like anything and its never come back. We all are lucky that we are living the best time of human ancient. We have access to everywhere for everything so make most out of it. The best time is now, future we don't know and past we can't change, the best time to live your life is now, when you are reading this article. Sir, I join as a MT. in Project Management Trainee, what are the growth opportunity for me here? "The world is open in front of you, it's all depend on you." Manager said. What is the biggest problem with our generation? We live either in past or we live in future. When we realize that our dreams are not achievable overnight, we start feeling frustrated, defeated, aimless and not able to see a large picture. Unfortunately, we belong to the generation that cannot wait for 2 seconds, when website takes 2 minutes into reloading. So you can imagine, when it is a matter of 5-10 years, how difficult it is deal with that? The biggest downside of this kind of situation is that we feel XYZ is responsible for this, and never ready to take responsibility for your action. When we fail, we have already a list of Mr. Jaysukh Suthar, PGDM ( ) MT- Vendor Management, HCL Technologies excuse to defend our self and when you do this you not able to learn anything which can help you to correct that mistake next time. Make sure that you don't have to regret in future that if I can go back in my past than I will change this and that, so just make sure that you are living in the present moment. Presently you are thinking about changing your past and just because of that you are not able to focus on present, and again in future you are going to regret for same. One African proverb says " mistake you make one time may you not repeat second time, but mistake you make second time, you going to repeat for the third time " How I keep myself focus towards bigger picture? Good things take time, no one became manager overnight, and great things demand more hard work and double dedication. Set a goal that makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning. Read good book which keeps fire alive within you and inspires you toward your vision. Make the change you want to make/see; time may not give you second chance. Share your vision with people who believe in you, one who can guide you for that and suggest path to get success on

43 that. "I want to millionaire, share this dream with your friend", might he/she will laugh on you, but share the same dream with millionaire, he will believe in you and boost you with that much confidence that one day you will achieve it. So what makes difference? Why your friends are not believing in you? Because they are not able to show bigger picture, they are small thinkers. They are not able to tackle with their small problem wisely and never able to see that how much we can achieve with one life. Share your thought and action plan with one who believe in you because half of our battle we win/loss in our mind only. Thank you for your precious time, have a great time ahead COLLEGE DAYS College days are always the best days of our life the friends we make the days we spent together and the moment shared are priceless when you move out of the college you become more professional get and write up scaled and enhanced with experience and we are proud to share your experiences. Mr. Vaibhav Luhadia, PGDM ( ) Warehouse Manager Rajasthan (SCM & Logistics Dept.) Bharti Infratel Limited (Bharti Airtel Group) I would like to really thank Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur for providing me such a good strong platform which has helped us made our career and currently we are able to fight up with the tough competition existing in the market I would like to thank our respected teachers & specially Lokesh Sir to help us made such knowledgeable of SCM & Logistics and skilled mature person that we can contribute to the best for the companies and corporate world growth as well. Because of Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur only I got placed in Transport Corporation of India Limited and got the opportunity to go South America for 7 months Overseas project and completed successfully I have also worked with Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (Maruti Suzuki Group) Akzo Nobel India Limited (Dulux Paint) and now currently working with Bharti Infratel Limited (Bharti Airtel Group) as Warehouse Manager North India and having total work experience of 8.5 years and having package of 11.5 lakh per annum. I have Received Award of Best Employee in Akzo Nobel India Limited in 2014 I have Received Award of Best Warehouse Manager in Bharti Infratel Limited in 2015 & again in 2017 as well. 43

44 current article IMPORTANCE OF ALUMNI FOR AN INSTITUTE Alumni act as brand ambassadors for an institution. Alumni of an institute sets an example for the other students who would become the part of an institute. Some institute take the help of their alumni to motivate the students and inspire them to do more hard work and achieve great heights. These days institute acknowledge their alumni by organising regular meets of their alumni and also some more fun activities. Social networking sites have helped a lot in a way to connect with the alumni. These sites have helped the students to connect with the alumni and to solve their queries about the institute. The alumni are very important asset for an institute as they are the ones who would be marketing the institute as a whole. Ms. Sonakshi Chadha (PGDM ) Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur acknowledges their alumni every year by organizing "Alumni Meet" for all the pass out batches of Jaipuria, Jaipur. This event connects the alumni from all the batches together so that they can relive those memories back. This event also helps to increase the networking of the alumni. This event is one of the most special events of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur. 44

45 IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUALITY & DISCIPLINE IN LIFE Mr. Anshul Sharma PGDM ( ) Punctuality and Discipline are the two most important part of an individual life. In this modern era, we somewhere lack in these two aspects. I will tell you my experience regarding punctuality and discipline. It's a time of winter in 14-October-2015, when I was called to give coaching to my own school team. It was a great opportunity for me because I had never coached a team before. Now for me Punctuality and Discipline are most important. I started coaching them and set the time early in the morning at 5.00am and just told the students one thing clear that if you will not come you will not be the part of the team. I started training them, they sometime come late in the morning and always try to give me excuses but when they saw me doing running/exercise in the ground they just remain quiet. Time passes by and after three months of hard work, dedication and commitment, we played our school tournament and won that tournament after 12 years. That moment was the best moment of my life. But this could not be possible if my boys were not punctual and discipline while practicing in the field. Then after we won the tournament we have been invited to Lucknow to play a tournament named as LA Martineer Soccer Tournament. Though we couldn't make in final but we received BEST DISCIPLINE AWARD which make me proud. These were the two incident which change my life and way of living life. CHOSEN FEW Flowers and leaves are meant to be together For they are compliments gathered Beauty is when they are close Separated, they are full of flaws. Family is what's given Friends are those few, chosen Just like a few leaves make the flower look enchanting, So does a good friend makes life fascinating? Fights and quarrels are just so normal Without them everything feels very formal. A flower is incomplete without those leaves Without that friend, life's like pizza without cheese. Ms. Mishita Singhal PGDM ( ) When one is rude, the other is dude Just one hug, everything's back to the roots The way that leaf bears the pain of the thorn with the flower So does the friend never lets you apart? Together they stand, Closer they flourish A friend like you, will always be cherished. 45

46 success story of SUCCESS IS WHEN YOUR "SIGNATURE" CHANGES TO "AUTOGRAPH -- A.P.J Abdul Kalam Mr. Wrick Roy, PGDM Batch ( ) Senior Consultant, IBM, Kolkata Life is a journey towards accomplishments of desire to reach the various levels of achievement through the chariot wheels of consistent effort. Hence, success doesn't come from what you do but from what you do consistently. My onward journey towards the accomplishment of desire started as a part of Jaipuria Institute of Management when I got admission as the last candidate of the academic year As life's journey start from infancy then to childhood, adolescence and adulthood my story also has developed in a step by step way. Initially I had lots of wonder, doubt, and conflict in mind along with dreams to accomplish for a bright future. There is a saying by saint Kabir Initially when I started my MBA studies I found the subject Operation Management very difficult but my Professors Dr. Lokesh Vijayvergiya and Dr. Subhas Dutta, the Director and a pioneer in the domain of Supply Chain motivated to dispel the fear from my mind forever in such a way as if it was the easiest task of the world to complete MBA with flying colors. The moment I started removing the fear from my mind and move forward, the very next year an Taking this wonderful quote into account I can say that at Jaipuria; I was one of the plants that was grown and trimmed gradually by " MALI " i.e. our mentor group. All the teachers contributed in my onward journey towards accomplishment of my desire. In this regard, I would like to thank all my teachers and refer to few incidents which left a remarkable impression on my life. International Conference APORS held at the domain of supply chain to get the glimpse of firsthand experience of the scholars across globe to inspire and boost the students' confidence level. This worked as an eye - opener for all the students with the proverb that man is the creator of his destiny. To create this destiny and fulfill the desire we must not overlook the problem 46

47 rather than to face the challenge and come out victorious. Prof. H.C Chopra, one of the highly disciplined mentor helped me to inculcate elevated level of confidence to overcome my speech difficulties and come out successful. In the consistent process to achieve desire FAIL is only the "FIRST ATTEMPT IN LEARNING" so one should "arise, awake and stop not till the goal is achieved ". Our placement was a great anxiety for all the students as we had mere three months in our hand before completion of the academic year when Dr. Anvay Bhargava made us to realize we should not give up or allow problems to defeat us but to stand up for our right with the consequence of success. This was the turning point when we were successful to bring few companies successfully for placement. The onward journey of my career started in the year 2010 at the age of 23years with a very meagre package from TCI, Bangalore. The first step which led to various experiences and designation, from lower to higher, from a very normal employee to a senior solution consultant. My sincere regard to those who helped me to realize "Dreams are not what you see in the sleep. They are the things that do not let us sleep". For success, go with passion, and your success will be your satisfaction. This is what I have learnt in my life. I worked for SBI Life Insurance for 6 months as a placement from my PGDM, shifted to Axis Bank as an Assistant Manager for 2 years, again moved and got myself placed in Dubai, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank for 3 months. After working all these years, I realized that jobs are hectic with small slabs, and with no growth in private sector. This was the turning point of my life as I started to think about doing a business of my liking that is cooking. With the help of a contractor in Axis Bank, with the investment, I opened a café 'Tea-Connect 'which I managed as a sole proprietor. Today, working with the same passion, I own 3 café and supervise 3 managers for them. Indirectly, we are a team of 50+ people. Mr. Kishan Jhalani PGDM Batch ( ) CEO, Tea Connect As a new entrepreneur, I had difficulties in starting up. The must have quality in that position is having Patience. For 3 months, there is not much sale and profit. Generally people wind-up. I suggest to the young entrepreneurs to 'give your business 365 days'. If you sustain in the market for at least a year, you will run your work well. Go with your passion, you will definitely achieve your goals. 47

48 alumni's words of DOESN'T MATTER HOW TALENTED YOU ARE IF YOU DON'T HAVE THE ABILITY TO WITHSTAND ADVERSITY. - ORRIN WOODWARD Well, starting with awesome quote I would like to share little bit of my memories. I learned so much more during my PGDM degree besides just management- the importance of determination and personal growth. Although I appeared to be doing well on top, I actually had no idea where I was going or what I wanted to do in life. But Jaipuria Jaipur helped me a lot. Day by day, I became more experienced and knowledgeable. It would've never been possible if my friends, peers, faculties, mentor did not help. I am very thankful for all support and mentoring. I enjoyed each and every moment in Jaipuria like Abhyudaya, Sports Meet, Alumni Meet, IDP, Guest Lecture, Industrial Visit and what not!!! Delightful memories like playing badminton, cricket, chess and many more. We spent leisure time with friends in garden and kumbha Marg. We have made plan to nahargarh fort on bike Mr. Parth Joshi, PGDM ( ), Assistant Manager, Bandhan Bank ride at morning 5 o clock Sunday, Ajmer trip and what not. Yes, twice Manali trip really great trip of my life. The small message to my beloved juniors that "Remember happiness is way of TRAVEL, not a DESTINATION." Keep learning and move on, Respect to Time else Time will not respect you.i am glad to writing. Thank you so much for giving me opportunity. FANTASTIC, JOURNEY IN JAIPURIA I was very impressed the way our professors taught us, they spend lot of time on reading books, planning what to be taught which helped me in my success. I felt very comfortable here. I would like to acknowledge my sincere appreciation to my Director sir, professors and staff and all that Jaipuria institute of management, Jaipur offered me. The end results speak for themselves. Overall today I believe this college has given me great knowledge, confidence and an ability to survive as a professional with the learning that I had during my studies here. I enjoyed both the academic and non-academic life at campus, be it the rigorous assignments, class discussion,group work,in class quizzes, competitions or lazy time spent dreaming about the future informal group discussion,late nights spent sitting or eating out with friends. Although, I don't miss Mr. Umakant Sharma, PGDM( ) Sr. Territory Head, Eureka Forbes Ltd. The college time every day, but there are time I miss all of those activities and late night sessions with my group. Memories are what we are left with in the end, so enjoy your college life to the fullest experience each day with great spirits, the time won't come back. I can only sum it up in one word - 'FANTASTIC'. 48

49 LIFE AT JAIPURIA It was never my dream to pursue MBA program or to become an MBA graduate but with time, I ended up in Jaipuria institute of Management, never knew that this journey would be so inspirational and motivating. I sorely miss this place- friends, teachers, events and what not. In this 2 years journey I took everlasting memories, never ending friendships, lifelong management experience and above all an MBA degree from a reputed college. I am very grateful to jaipuria institute of Mr. Kunal Godhwani, PGDM( ) Assistance Manager, Yes Bank Management for getting me this wonderful opportunity and providing a platform to step up & fulfil my ambitions. Last but not the least just want to express my gratitude to all the people who supported and helped in nurturing me and bringing the best out from me- special thanks to my mentor Dr. Shuba johri, Dr. Lokesh Vijayvargy, Dr. Swati Soni, Dr. Sheenu Jain, Prafful Jain Uncampus policy can be said as one of the USPs of Jaipuria institute where one can go beyond his/her comfort zone and experience different culture so it's a sincere advice to all the Jaipurians to take the most advantage of this policy and learn more. ENCOURAGING US TO BE MORE INDEPENDENT AND FREEDOM TO THINK AND ACT ON OUR OWN As I move down the lane of memories, I celebrate my study at JIMJ. We had full freedom to express our ideas and thoughts. Our knowledge and skills were enlightened with care by well qualified and magnificent professor, lecturers and other associates. Let it be academics or sports or act or music or any other thing, we were given full freedom to do what we like and give our best to it. In most colleges, it's management that plays a major part in activities like college fest, inter-college competition etc., but at Ms. Kamna Mishra, PGDM ( ) Manager, Deutsche Bank JIMJ our management and staff encouraged we students to manage 100% of these events- finance, chief guests, posters and banners, on a magnitude that help create in us a truly unwavering mind, focus on targets and fearless yet composed attitude and teaching us knack of acting in a team. I could feel a silent revolution that JIMJ is bringing and setting up a bench mark to the world wide professional institutions. Our college has not just made us a professional, it moulded us a responsible human being. COLLEGE LIFE College life is that part of your life that you are going to relive in your memories till you breathe. College comes and goes like a wind what is left behind is a bunch of memories which you cherish for the rest of your lives - showing it to your relatives, friends, everyone - "These Were My Golden Days. I Was The King Of My Life. Everybody Used To Call Me 'The Ultimate Rock star'. Don't Miss It And Don't Ruin It either Live It All!!!!" It seems as if it was yesterday when we stepped first in the Jaipuria campus. I met many new faces, but I never thought they are going to be my very close friends today. The fights, the laughter, the cherishing moments were so beautifully spent by us. I miss the faculty the most, College professor - someone who talks in another people's sleep. But for sure they made us learn so many things which now I apply practically in Bajaj Electricals. Especially report making taught by faculty is very much useful now as my boss appreciate me for the organized report. You can make life dance to your tunes inside your college gates (i.e. during your college life) but at the other side of the gate, life sets its own tunes & makes you dance. That's why I miss college time the most and I would like to suggest my juniors to cherish this moment as much as they can because time will fly and you are going to miss these days a lot. After college there is a pretty suggestion from my side to all the juniors that have patience and don't run after money and success. Try to learn as much as you can in your first job. Don't think of quitting the job at the first day of joining. Be patient, interact with as many individuals as you can. In case of any hurdles talk to your faculty and seniors but don't leave the job before one year of probation. There is a mantra of success that if you really want to grow in corporate life, stick to your first company for at least 2-3 years then only you can answer others that what you have learnt to be a fresher. Have faith and try to explore new things and contribute as many fresh Ideas as Ms. Shobhana Tiwari, PGDM ( ) Sales Management Associates Bajaj Electricals you can. Be agile and flexible. Don't restrict your boundaries. Sky is the limit, fly as high as you can and grow. All the best, rejoice in the lord always. Always be thankful, count the blessings, name them one by one and it will surprise you what the lord has done. We are blessed that we got the opportunity to study in such a reputed institute like Jaipuria. Economists report that a college education adds many thousands of dollars to a man's lifetime income - which he then spends sending his son to college. So live each moment of your college life. 49

50 ALUMNI FEEDBACK "It was a wonderful experience to get interacted with prospective managers. The students were enthusiastic, confident and energetic and were also aware enough about the corporate culture and professionalism. The candidates were eager to bear the responsibility of their respective committee and having incredible potential on the inside. I would like to extend my sincere thanks to whole Jaipuria, Jaipur fraternity for inviting us to get in touch with young talent. I wish all the best to the selected students for their future endeavors." -Ms. Shweta Pathak, PGDM Batch , Entrepreneur. "It was very excited to come back to the place where I spent the most beautiful time and grew into a better person what I am today. It was an honor for me to share my thoughts with the junior batch. The session with the students was a friendly and interactive one where I shared all my experience from my interview to my initial days at Deloitte. Interacting with junior batch was also interesting and reminded me of my days as fresher - the anxiety, excitement and the enthusiasm of achieving it. I thank Lokesh sir for giving me this opportunity as well as the institute for making me what I am today. I wish all the students a very bright future." -Mr. Akshat Jhalani, PGDM Batch , Tax Consultant - Deloitte "It was a wonderful experience to interact with a new batch at Jaipuria. The energy was good. The soft skills of some students need improvement. Some of them had good ideas and some had certain grievances. Both should be taken in strid3e and worked upon. It was great seem the institute grow 360 degree. I wish all the very best for upcoming initiatives ahead." -Mr. Rohan Kumar Jha, PGDM Batch , Entrepreneur. "Superb Experience benign as an Alumni Guest in 11th foundation day in Jaipuria Jaipur, it was a superb experience and nostalgic feeling. Thanks for such a wonderful program". - Ms. Purva Jain, PGDM Batch , Regional Manager, Kotak Bank Thank you for the opportunity and it was great to visit the campus again. I will be happy to provide such sessions in future to share my little experiences." - Mr. Bennett Elias, PGDM Batch , Management Trainee - Mahindra Finance. "Jaipuria have become a top brand in the education sector. So, privileged to be associated with Jaipuria Institute of Management. Infrastructure has improved a lot." - Mr. Abhishek Bishnoi, PGDM Batch ( ), National Head, H&R Johnson (India) "It was a great experience being on the other side of Dias. Helping others help us to grow too. We were pleasured to guide our juniors for their better future and wish them all the luck for placement." - Ms. Aarushi Jain, PGDM Batch , Tax Consultant - Deloitte "Can't believe it has already been 10 years since we passed out from this awesome place. Feels like we were sitting in these lecture halls just yesterday.getting a chance to revisit the campus to celebrate 10 year anniversary of our batch passing out brought back a lot of memories that were lost somewhere due to the hectic work life we have been leading. It was a wonderful trip down the memory lane, nostalgic yet blissfully satisfying.the best part was that the place has not changed a bit. We got the same love from our teachers that we were used to during our educational years and the respect we got from current students was overwhelming. It gives me immense pride to be associated with an institute that has been giving exceptional results in terms of securing great placements for its students in a diversified range of industries. This is a clear indicator of the high educational standards maintained by the collage.i would be eternally grateful to JIMJ as it has played a huge role in developing my personality and preparing me for the future that laid before me. Wishing many more success stories and achievements for Jaipuria and Jaipurians." - Mr. Nitesh choudhary, PGDM Batch , Process Supervisor, Deutsche Bank 50

51 REPORT ON PLACEMENTS & SIP Jaipuria Institute of Management, one of the premier groups of management institutes with campuses at Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur and Indore has achieved a new land mark in the placement of its graduating class of batch. Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur received an overwhelming response from almost all verticals viz., Banking, Financial Services, Consulting, FMCG, FMCD, Insurance, Healthcare, Automobile, IT, Manufacturing, MicroFinance, Retail etc.. Among the major companies where students were placed are Deloitte, Bandhan Bank, IndusInd Bank, Janalakshmi Financial Services, Mahindra Finance, TTK Prestige, Parle, Orient Electricals, Asian Paints, ITC Ltd., Fare Labs, SBI Life Insurance, Fincare, Genesis, Idea etc. led the race. Sectoral Trends showed 27% placed in Banking, 18% in MicroFinance, 8% in FMCG, 5% in FMCD 8%, Financial Services 8%, Consulting 9%, Insurance 7% and the rest distributed among other sectors. The average salary was 4.44 lakhs and median salary was 4.00 lakhs. The highest salary offered was Rs lakhs per annum, offered by Fare Labs. PLACEMENTS AT JAIPURIA 51

52 SUMMER INTERNSHIP AT JAIPURIA JAIPUR The Summer Internship Program also received a very good response from the industry. The major sectors where they did their internship are Financial Services, FMCG, FMCD, Banking, Advertisement, Research, Gems & Jewellery, IT, Manufacturing, Media, E-Commerce, Service, Telecom & Insurance. In all 65 students bagged stipend for their SIP with the highest one being offered of Rs for 2 month by Jaro Education Admitkard, Rs for 2 month by NCC Telecom & Rs by for 2 Month by Parag Milk Foods. 52

53 MDP Connect-National & International A Snapshot of MDPs in 2017 Jaipuria Jaipur believes in a holistic approach towards management education. In order to achieve the objective, the institute has set up Management Development Programs, Consultancy and Training Centre for special focus on organizing workshops, Seminars, Conferences, Management Development Programs, Faculty Development Programs, Training Programs for Industry and Academics on different themes which are market driven and customized. Differentiating Edge: Our MDPs aim to equip participants with strategic tools in the field of Strategic Planning, Finance, Marketing, IT Operations, International Business, Organizational Behavior, HRM, Communications and Soft Skills like Time Management, Interpersonal skills, Selling Skills, Presentation Skills, Leadership, Etiquettes and Grooming, Motivational Skills, etc. International MDPs held in India Effective Leadership and Administrative Skills 27th - 31st March, 2017 & 3rd - 7th April, 2017 in New Delhi Accounting in Current Business Environment for Ministry of Finance, conducted in Jaipur campus 12th to 21st June, 2017 Land Administration and Management, conducted in Jaipur campus May and29 June-8 July, 2017 National MDPs: Stri-Shakti: Empowering Women for Leadership, an open MDP for public sector employees held in Jaipur on September, 2017 Productivity Improvement for SME's based out of Rajasthan in association with SMB Connect, held in Jaipur on 25 August, 2017 MDP for IOCL dealers - Capacity Building of Indian Oil Dealers October,

54 KNOW US S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 54 1 Abhishek Bishnoi H&R Johnson (India) Head-India abhishekbishnoi@outlook.com 2 Ajitesh Saigal Emirates Logistics India Branch Manager ajiteshsaigal@gmail.com 3 Akhilesh Gupta UTI Mutual Funds AVP akhileshgupta2007@rediffmail.com 4 Amit Kumar ARS Traffic & Transport Regional Delivery amit_sahil2@yahoo.co.in Technology (India) Manager-East 5 Anish Kumar anishabc@rediff.com 6 Arth Gupta Express Freight Carriers Assistant Manager ; arth_gupta1986@yahoo.com 7 Aseem Malawat N K M Pvt. Ltd. Director / aseemmalawat@yahoo.com 8 Ashima Dhemla Entrepreneur ashimadhemla@gmail.com 9 Ashwani Bhatnagar ICICI Lombard Branch Service Manager Ashwani Kr. Ashwani Rosebys Manager ashwaniashwani@yahoo.co.in 11 Atul Khandelwal Anoop Arcade, Khandelwal CEO atul1985@outlook.com Associates, Jaipur 12 Chandra Prakash Swain IDBI Bank Ltd. Branch Manager cp_swain@yahoo.co.in 13 Durgesh Kumar Gaurav Dixit Berger Senior ASM / gaurav_429846@yahoo.com 15 Gaurav kumar Agarwal Entrepreneur ar.gaurav.06@gmail.com 16 Gulshan Karn Strategic Developers Sr. Manager Sales & Marketing gulshankarn@yahoo.com 17 Hitesh Sankhla Kapil khandelwal Khandelwal Trading Co. Owner kapilkhandelwal1983@gmail.com 19 Kapil Sharma Jaquare & Company Pvt. Ltd. Sales and Marketing Officer / kaps_kapsi_sh@yahoo.com kapiljpr@gmail.com 20 Karan Gandhi IDBI Bank Ltd. Branch Manager / gandhi_karan@rediffmail.com 21 Kuntal Jain Entrepreneur kuntal.giggles@gmail.com 22 Lokesh Makhija Arvind Lifestyle North India Manager lokesh.makhija85@gmail.com 23 Madhuri Banga Education Point Director madhuri_banga@yahoo.com 24 Meena Sajnani IDBI Bank Ltd. Branch Manager / sajnanimeena@gmail.com 25 Megha Lodha Enterprenure lodha.megha@gmail.com 26 Mohan Agarwal Ecom Express Pvt. Ltd. UP-State Head mag_smile@rediffmail.com mohan.jimj@gmail.com 27 Nikhil Bajaj Entrepreneur / nbcool3119@gmail.com 28 Pawan Vj Singh NaviSite HR Business Partner / nimbustalking@rediffmail.com 29 Pooja Mathur poojamathur_cs@rediffmail.com 30 Pragya Dave Entrepreneur / pragyasdave@yahoo.com 31 Prateek Verma Bennett Coleman & Deputy Manager prateek_mcj@yahoo.com Co. Ltd. (Times Group) 32 Priya Gupta Enterprenure / g_a_p123@yahoo.com 33 Rohit Swami Genus Manager / rohit_virtual@yahoo.co.in 34 Sandeep Kr. Prajapat Piaggio Manager sandeep @yahoo.com 35 Sandeep Sharma sandeepsharma_2809@gmail.com 36 Shweta Pathak Entrepreneur pathakshweta84@yahoo.co.in 37 Sunil Bijoriya IDBI Bank Ltd. Manager sunil_bijoriya@yahoo.co.in 38 Tusshar Gupta Entrepreneur spprtme@gmail.com 39 Vibhor Pareek IDBI Bank Ltd. Branch Manager pareek_vibhor@yahoo.co.in 40 Vijay Sadhanani Credit Suisse Manager vik_nikjill@yahoo.co.in 41 Vikash Pethiya Entrepreneur / vpboyz@gmail.com 42 Viplove Kothari Entrepreneur kothari_viplove@yahoo.co.in 43 Vishal Negi Entrepreneur Yogender Pathak Reliance Head Retail yogendra.pathak@redifmail.com

55 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 45 Abhinav Garg Entrepreneur / abhinav41@yahoo.co.in 46 Abhishek Choudhary Bank of Baroda Senior Manager / abhishekchoudhary@gmail.com abhperil_easies@yahoomail.com 47 Abhishek Ranjan Videocon Deputy Sales Manager / / abhishekranjan@gmail.com monjax@gmail.com 48 Anshu Budania Raj. Vidhut Nigam Ltd. Ass. Depty Manager Anuj Bagla Shayam Tech. Pvt. Ltd. Director / info@sales@dizzle.co.in anujb_2002@yahoo.co.in 50 Anuradha Yadav FCI Ltd Branch Manager / Apurv Sogani Citi Bank Senior Relationship Manager / apurv.sogani@gmail.com 52 Arun Kumar Saini National Insurance Co. Ltd. Assistant Manager arunk.saini@gmail.com arunsaini_11@yahoo.co.in 53 Arvind Kumawat Adel Intel Lab Company Senior Softwar Engineer / arvind1024@gmail.com arvind_kumawat_jai@yahoo.co.in 54 Avinash Chand Dubey Havels India Ltd. Product Head / B.D.Sravant Infosys Consultant tosravanth@yahoo.co.in 56 Cheena Gulati Entrepreneur Cheenagulati@gmail.com love_cheen@yahoo.co.in 57 Deepak Yadav Wonder Mall International Assistant Manager ipr.deepak@gmail.com jpur.deepak@gmail.com 58 Divya Gurbani (now Advani) Bank of Baroda Senior Officer dgurbani_2001@yahoo.co.in 59 Gaurav Kumar High Commission Process Executive vgauravnew@yahoo.co.in Cananada Ambessey 60 Geetika Gera ggeetika_8@rediffmail.com 61 Gunjan Snappers Advt. & Mktg. Sr. Executive- Media gunjan_008a@yahoo.co.in 62 Gunjan Jain gunjan_thesound@yahoo.com 63 Jugal Kishor Garhwal SBI Deputy Manager jugal.kishor1988@gmail.com 64 Keshab Chetry kes_hab47@rediffmail.com 65 Khusboo Jain khushboo1452@hotmail.com 66 Kirti Sharma SBI Branch Manager sharmakirti.sk@gmail.com 67 Lokesh Choudhary Madhumita Roy madhumita.roy8@gmail.com madhuhoney_roy@yahoo.co.in 69 Mahesh Dhayal Govt. IT department Senior Accountant mdhayal@yahoo.com 70 Manoj Kr. Kumawat Kosmos Pvt. Ltd. Business Develoment Manager manu0825@gmail.com 71 Megha Shah megweb9413@rediffmail.com 72 Naveen Sawlani Owner - Sprung Enterprenure Corpate lovable_navee@yahoo.com International naveensawlani@gmail.com 73 Neha Jain nehajain_3oct@yahoo.com 74 Nidhi Khare nidhikhare5@gmail.com 75 Nishant Pandya Deutsche Bank Team Manager nish_pndy21@yahoo.co.in 76 Nitesh Choudhary Deutsche Bank Supervisor niteshchoudhary7@gmail.com nitesh_choudhary@hotmail.com 77 Nitin Kalani Naukri.com (Info Edge India ltd.) Branch Manager nitinkalani007@yahoo.com 78 Pallavi Bhargava Traditional Gallery Pvt. Ltd. HR Manager pallavi_bh22@yahoo.co.in bhargava2008@gmail.com 79 Pallvi Mittal Infosys Process Executive luck.4315@yahoo.co.in 80 Pankaj Kumar Yes Bank Manager pankaj_dream06@yahoo.co.in 81 Poorva Jain Kotak Bank Jaipur Manager poorva_jain07@yahoo.co.in poorvajain07@gmail.com 82 Prashant Gupta DLF, Gurgaon Deputy Manager prashant_gupta3@rediffmail.com 83 Prashant Kumar Mahima Real Estate Pvt. Ltd. Asst. Manager sunnyims_2006@rediffmail.com 84 Priyanka Jain pinkyjain@hotmail.com 85 Priyanka Payal priyanka_payal2001@yahoo.com 86 Puneet Pal Singh puneetpalsingh_8888@rediffmail.com 55

56 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID Rajat Agarwal Bank Of India Manager Raunak Mathur NAV Backoffice Manager Rinky Khetan Rishabh Nahata S.R. Jwellers Entreprenure Ruchika Jhuraney Kanoria PG College Lecturar Sandeep Saxena RAJASTHAN RAJYA VIDYUT Junior Engineer - I saxena_sandeep31@yahoo.co.in PRASARAN NIGAM LTD 93 Sangeeta Yadav esha.rao@gmail.com 94 Sarsanyukta Kumar Param Medical System Enterprenure sarsanyukta@yahoo.co.in 95 Saumitra Godhala Omkar Bharat Gas Managing Director omkarbharatgas@gmail.com sunit_godhala@yahoo.com 96 Shailja Singh jecvc_110@yahoo.co.in 97 Shefali Arora IIS University Faculty / arora_shefali100@rediffmail.com shefali.ar@gmail.com 98 Shekhar Shukla Gutermann Manager shekharshukla743@gmail.com 99 Shikha Gupta sweet2me_06@yahoo.co.in 100 Sohan Kr.Jha HCL Tech. Leader / sohan822001@gmail.com sohan822001@yahoo.com 101 Swati Mathur Private School Principal swatimathur_007@rediffmail.com 102 Usha Rani / ushikaushik@yahoo.co.in 103 Vaibhav Luhadia Bharti Infra LTD Warehouse Manager vaibhavluhadia86@gmail.com 104 Vivek Kumar vivek_dewsoft@yahoo.com 105 Aakash Singhania Dharni Sampda GM Ambika Sethi Honda Ltd. HR Excutive / ambikasethi19@gmail.com 107 Anil G Hotchandani Axis Bank Senior relationship manager anil.hotchandani@axisbank.com anilghotchandani@gmail.com 108 Anita Choudhary Ankit Gupta Business Entrepreneur akgupta157@gmail.com 110 Ankur Asudani Eternal Hospital Quality Manager physiotherapistjaipur@gmail.com ankur.asudani@gmail.com 111 Anupriya Chaturvedi Deutsche Bank Process supervisor anuchaturvedi11@gmail.com 112 Archit Saxena ICICI Bank - Mortgages Branch Sales Manager saxena.archit@icicicbank.com 113 Ashish Kumar Bhupesh Ola Oriental Bank of Commerce Sr. Manager (Marketing) bhupeshola1986@gmail.com bhupeshola@obc.co.in 115 Bipul Suman Deepak Asnani Genpact Operation Manager deepakasnani.9786@gmail.com 117 Dilip Saini GVK EMRI Project & Planning Manager ishaandilip@gmail.com 118 Disha Soni / Garima Gupta RedTieJobs Consulting Services Sr. Hr Executive Garima Patodi Girish Sharma Entrepreneur girish11618@gmail.com 122 Harsh Soni LumenisLTD India Dy Manager-Operations soni.harsh15088@gmail.com 123 Hemant Nagar Tata Sky Ltd Manager (trade sales) hemantnagar29@gmail.com 124 Jitendra Pathak HINDWARE Regional Marketing Executive Kamna Mishra Deutsche Bank Manager kamnamishra25@yahoo.in 126 Kanwar Raghav Jamwal Tropical Industries Zonal Sales Maanger- North International Pvt Ltd 127 Kishan Sharma Wholesale Business of Sarees Entrepreneur Kishan.sharma16@gmail.com 128 Kuldeep Sharma Kinedix Pharma Product Manager / Kuldeep.pharma@gmail.com 129 Mayanka Sharma / mayanka.sharma87@gmail.com 130 Niharika Mishra USA Pallavi Sharma

57 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 132 Prafulla Gupta Indusind Bank Branch Head Prakhar Shukla Accenture Leader (Senior Analyst) , Prashant Dudhoria Prateek Mathur Haier Appliances Product Manager (CRP Division ) df.jaipur@haierindia.com prateekmathur004@gmail.com 136 Prateek Sharma State Bank of India Manager prateek.sharma.hr@gmail.com prateek.sharma@sbi.co.in 137 Praveen Mishra Wonder Cement ltd Manager (branding and communication) praveen.mishra1986@gmail.com 138 Priyanka Mittal Priyanka Sharma Deteshue Bank Process Executive Priyanka Sharma Rahul Sharma State Bank of India Dy Manager-Operations Ravi Poddar Genpact Manager ravip.jaipur@gmail.com 143 Ritesh Jain Yes Bank AVP-Credit Samiksha Garg Sandeep Agarwal Shree Shyam Industry CEO woodandcotton17@gmail.com sandeepagarwal1205@gmail.com 146 Shipra Sharma Shradha Singh Genpact Manager Shruti Jain so.shrutijain1987@gmail.com 149 Shubham Sarolia Genpact Manager / sordia.shubham@gmail.com 150 Shweta Sharma Sukhvinder Singh Accenture Associate Manager sukhi251985@gmail.com 152 Suman Gupta Genpact Manager Sunil Manohar Sharma Kinedep Healthcare Pvt. Ltd Product Manager sunil2feb@gmail.com 154 Suniti Badaya not working suniti.badaya@gmail.com 155 Swapnil Mathur Orcapod SAP HCM consultant mathur.swapnil19@gmail.com (senior assosciate) 156 Swati Saxena Infosys Process Specialist Vartika Soni Carter and Caner Pvt Ltd. Mgmt. Trainee vartikasoni87@gmail.com vartikasoni23@gmail.com 158 Vikram Singh Vinod Sharma Bank of Maharashtra Deputy Branch Manager vinodsharmash0355@gmail.com 160 Vivek Goyal Deutsche Bank Process Supervisor goyal.vivek22@gmail.com 161 Wrick Roy IBM Senior Consultant-SCM wrick.roy@gmail.com 162 Yukti Gupta yukti.gupta86@gmail.com 163 Kuldeep Kumar Sharma Bharti -Walmart Retail Asst. Manager (Super Market) / kuldeepgaur20@gmail.com 164 Avinash Kumar Endeavour Careers Marketing Executive kumar.avinash1987@gmail.com kumar.avinash1987@yahoo.co.in 165 Akhilesh Pareek Sony India Pvt. Ltd. RME (Rajasthan) akhileshprk@gmail.com 166 Manoj Kr. Khandelwal Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd. TSS (Corporate Selling Profile) manojniranwal@gmail.com 167 Dhirendra Kumar HONDA 2 wheels Sales Manager dhirendra.kumar@honda2 wheelersindia.com 168 Neha Jaichandani HDFC Realty Corporate Relatrionship jaichandani.neha@gmail.com Officer 169 Rahil Gupta Vodafone Corporate Sales Officer sahiljewels@gmail.com 170 Rajat Gupta Utsav Electromart Pvt Ltd Director / jaipurbc@middlebycelfrost.com 171 Jatin Warde jatinwarde@gmail.com 172 Saurabh Sarolia Genpact Operations Manager ssarolia@gmail.com 173 Sandeep Agarwal Aditya Birla Finance Manager sandeep @gmail.com 174 Pritesh Naveen kudawla Acting and Spredent Actor and Supredent , Pritesh.naveen@gmail.com in Income Tax Harshit Bhatnagar Blackrock Analyst harshit.bhatnagar@ymail.com 176 Manish SBI Bank Assistant Manager manishbabal.jjn@gmail.com 177 Abhinav Sharma Yes Bank Manager- Corporate Banking abhibatra@gmail.com 57

58 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID Amit Mathur Indian Overseas Bank Sr. Manager- Marketing Anil Kumar Machara Bank of India Marketing Manager Ankit Mathur HDFC Life Executive Sales Trainee Ankur Jain OBC Manager (Marketing) / Ankul Nigam Hotel Souvenir Premier Manager / Anshul Saxena ELNFOCHIPS Senior Executive Corporate / Marketing 184 Apeksh sharma GSK Sales Officer Archana Yadav Entrepreneure Awadhesh Sharma Axis Bank Deputy Manager Bablu Lamba PNB Senior Manager Crest & / President All India 188 Bhawani Singh Genpact Manager Deepika Sharma Axis Bank Deputy Manager Davendar Singh Tanwar Flikart Assistant Sales Manager Ghanshyam Singh CISF India Inspector Gauri Singh IDENTITY BRAND DESIGN LTD Assistant Sales Manager Heena Motwani Theam Engineering Services Sr. HR Executive Hitesh Agarwal BANK OF BARODA Finance Manager Hitesh Tahiliani Entrepreneure , Jaspal Kour Mann KOOCHIE PLAY SYSTEM PVT LTD Zonal Head Sales- North Jitendra Kumawat Arvind Exim Accounts Manager Kanika Gupta / Kapil Agrawal SCENO TILES PVT LTD Director Karan Chaudhary A3 LOGICS I LTD Business Analyst Kshitij Khandelwal SIEGWERK SENIOR EXECUTIVE SCM kkshitij97@yahoo.com kkshitij27@gmail.com 202 Kush Gurbani Entrepreneure kushgurbani@gmail.com 203 Lalit Sharma Decipherzone Software Director lalit.sharma2404@gmail.com 204 Narendra Singh Ashiana Estate Officer narendra.s@uniquegroops.in 205 Neha Kedia Neha Sharma HUL HR- Manager ; Nikita Banka Entrepreneure CA NIKITABANKA88@GMAIL.COM 208 Nikita Goel OBC Manager nikita.gemini@gmail.com 209 Pankil Moolchandani Axis Bank MANAGER pankil19862@rediffmail.com 210 Piyush Gangwar Bonanza Portfolio Relationship Manager Prateek Khandelwal Ambuja Cement Territory Sales Officer / Praveen Kumar Agarwal Genpact Asst. Manager mail_praveen87@yahoo.co.in 213 Puneet Ronchhiya ALLAHBAD BANK Manager punit.ronchhiya@gmail.com 214 Ruchi Saini Genpact MANAGER (US WAELLS FARGO) / cuteruchisaini@gmail.com RUCHISAINI.RS@GMAIL.COM 215 Rahul Agarwal Entrepreneure OWNED (LOVELY RESORT, SCHOOL, RAHULAGRAWAL0587@GMAIL.COM MARRIGE GARDEN, CONSTRUCTION COMPANY) 216 Rohan Kumar Jha SCENO TILES PVT LTD Director ; rohankjha@gmail.com 217 Rohit Agrawal AXIS Bank Deputy Manager / rohit.agarwal@axisbank.com rohit87agrawal@yahoo.co.in 218 Sagar Mal Panchariya Tyre Stock Exchange Manager sagarmalpanchariya@gmail.com 219 Sandeep Khandelwal AXIS Bank Deputy Manager / sandeep2.khandelwal@axisbank.com 220 Sandeep Gupta AXIS Bank Asst. Manager Wrong Number 58

59 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 221 Sanjay Saini Shyam Gupta Entrepreneure Soniya Chaturvedi SBI Life Executive Trainee Swati Poddar Genpact Mgmt. Trainee Wrong Number 225 Swati Shubh Kamini Quest Solutions Mgmt. Trainee (left Org.) Wrong Number 226 Swati Singhania / Tarun Sharma TRAVELEX COMPLIANCE ANALYST Vaibhav Agarwal HI-TECH BUILDER Director Ved Prakash Sharma Vikky Gupta Genpact FINANCE MANAGER Yadvendra Shekhawat HDFC Bank Manager Yogesh Sharma NBC-Jaipur SENIOR ENGINEER Abhishek Soni Ayati designs - Business Entrepreneur abhirecently@gmail.com 234 Amit Khandelwal Business Entrepreneur amitjimj@gmail.com 235 Ankit Pareek Bank of Baroda Marketing Manager ankitpareek.akki@gmail.com 236 Anuj Singh Indian Bank Finance Manager anuj.jimj@gmail.com 237 Anuja Misra Finserv Iformation Security Manager anuja.misra2@gmail.com anuja.mishra@naukri.com 238 Arun Sharma Aavas Housing Ltd. Assistant Manager aruns6444@gmail.com 239 Ashay Upadhyay Reliance Communication Assistant Manager ashay_u@yahoo.com 240 Dhruv Arora Amazon.in AM dhruvarora131088@gmail.com 241 Garima Ashok Mathur Higher Study in USA mathur8in@yahoo.co.in 242 Harish Dhanjani Axis bank Deputy manager harish.dhanjan@gmail.com 243 Hemant Sharma Koshish India DSE hemant9.sharma@gmail.com 244 Jeetendra Singh Bajaj Alliance Sles & Marketing Manager jeetendrajimj@gmail.com 245 Kapil Dev Agarwal Marble Business Director agrawalkapil88@gmail.com 246 Kapil Vijay Bajaj Electricals limited Area head trade marketing kapil.vjbajajelectricalslimited@gmail.com 247 Kishan Jainani Tea Connect Pvt. Ltd. CEO kishan.jainani63@gmail.com 248 Lokesh Kumar Khandelwal Zydus Wellness Manager lokeshkhandelwal16@gmail.com 249 Manoj Panjwani Dubai as a Cabin Crew Manager-Marketing manojpanjwani591@gmail.com 250 Neeraj Pradhan Bank of Baroda Finance Manager neerajneverstop@gmail.com 251 Neha Deora Voicefone n_deora@yahoo.com 252 Nitesh Khanna Oiental Bank of Commerce Manager niteshkjimj@gmail.com 253 Prerna Bhadani Genpact Team Leader prernabjimj@gmail.com 254 Priya Khanna Negligible Chances Assistant Manager findpriya@gmail.com of Placements 255 Raghav HDFC Finance Manager itisraghav@gmail.com 256 Ravi Yadav Zydus Wellness Marketing Manager ravimba49@gmail.com 257 Rohit Kumawat Real State Business Entrepreneur rohitkumawat7585@gmail.com 258 Ruchika Gadia ruchikazeny011@gmail.com 259 Ruchika Khanna SBI-General Team Leader ruchikakhanna.rk@gmail.com 260 Sadhana Gupta SBI-General Marketing Manager gupta.sadhana88@gmail.com 261 Sangeev Kumar Jha Reliance General Assistant Manager sangeevjha@gmail.com Insurance Co. Ltd. 262 Sapna Verma Metacube Software Pvt Ltd. HR sapnaverma25@gmail.com 263 Saurabh Kochhar Radio Mirchi Marketing Manager saurabh.k69@gmail.com 264 Siddharth Sharma Indusind bank Branch Cedit Manager Siddharthsharma0731@gmail.com 265 Sonam Middha Union Bank of India Manager sonammiddha@yahoo.com 266 Swapnil Karn Ing Vysya Bank Customer Care Manager swapnilkjimj@gmail.com 267 Swati Sharma HDFC Manager sharma.swati439@gmail.com 59

60 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID Tarun Sharma Travelex India Pvt. Ltd. Compliance Analyst Vipul Mishra Real State Business CEO Vishal Sharma Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. Branch Sales Manager Vyom Gupta Bank of Baroda Finance Manager Abdul Shadab Chishty Ajay Singh Shekhawat Mahindra Finance Manager Amrita Jaiswal Business Amrita Sinha Jagganath University Councellor Anusha Bansal Lion Bridge tech Senior writer Ashish Gupta ITC Area Sales Officer Ashna Nad Dipankar Pandey Synchrony Financial Manager Himani Wadhwa Hello English Senior Content writer Madhav Dixit TTK Prestiage Area sales manager MD. Faizan Chishty IMRB International Field Controller Monisha Mohanan Entrepreneur India Direct Sales Executive Naina Bubna Gracure Pharmaceuticals Corporate HR Executive Pinky Gupta Luminous Power Management Trainee Technologies 286 Prakash Khanna IMRB International Field Controller Pratiksha Bhardia Priyanka Khatri core electronics Ltd State Head Rajiv Bumb ITC personal care) Area executive (HS2) Rameshwar Lal Srivastava Abbott healthcare Area sales manager Ranjeeta Kumari Ego Group of Companies Business Development Executive 292 Ritesh Sharma CapitalVia Business Analyst Sneha Jaiswal Krupanidhi Group of Institute Admission offiicer Srijit Saha Indasina technology ltd. Assistant Manager Vaibhav Sharma CSR professional Freelancing Brajesh Kumar Flickerdeals.com Assistant Manager / Gulshan Jain Justdial (Joined Indiamart) Justdial Ambessador Aarti Mathur Wipro Technology Sales Consultant Aayushi Pantaloons Recruitment Associate Abhay Sharma Entrepreneur Abhishek Pandey Not Working Aditya Narain Singh Entrepreneur Ajay Kumar Meritnation.com Educaion Executive Ajit Kumar Roy Sachin Microfinnace Wealth Planning Officer Akriti Jain Indusind Bank K R M akriti.jain56@yahoo.com 306 Akshita Gupta Asteria Jaipur Director / akshugupta17@yahoo.com 307 Aman Ashwini Zomato Sales Manager amanashwini23@yahoo.com 308 Anchal Jhalani Capital First Ltd Credit Manager anchal.jhalani@yahoo.com 309 Aneesh Gupta Indian Oil Marketing Manager aneesh121288@gmail.com 310 Anil Kumar Jangir Axis Bank Assistant Manager-Operations aniljangir91@gmail.com 311 Ankita Saini Genpact Assistant Manager ankitasaini@outlook.com 312 Ankur Chakravarty Indiabulls Securities Associate Relationship Manager cankurc@rediffmail.com 313 Ankur Shringi Jio Assistant manager ankur.shringi2@gmail.com 314 Anmol Agrawal Bank Of India Assistant Manager-Operations anmolagarwal16@gmail.com 315 Anshu Shweta Indian Oil Corporation Ltd Project Trainee anshu25shweta@gmail.com

61 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 316 Anubhav Gupta anubhavloc90@gmail.com 317 Anubhav Saxena BetterU Canada Assistant Mnager saxena.anubhav90@gmail.com 318 Apoorva Onicra Executive-Direct Sales apurva.ia@gmail.com 319 Arnab Ghosh Godrej Appliances Branch Manager arnab779@gmail.com 320 Ashima Grover ICICI Securities/ Senior Relationship Manager Ameriprise Financial 321 Banwari Lal Prajapat Bank of Baroda Specialist Officer banwariprajapat4@gmail.com 322 Davesh Nanda Axis Bank Assistant Manager-Operations Daveshn2012@jimj.ac.in 323 Deepika Raizada Unique Dream Bulder (UDB) Senior Associate deepika_raizada@yahoo.com 324 Divakshi Jain S&P Global Marketing Research Associate divakshij@gmail.com Intelligence 325 Firdaus Jamal Royal Bank of Scotland Process Associate firdausjamal.jamal9@gmail.com 326 Govind Prasad Sharma Fella Homes Head Operation govind.787@rediffmail.com 327 Himani Agarwal Fortune Select Metropolitan Banquet Sales Cordinator Himanshu Singh Not Working himanshusingh87@gmail.com 329 Jai Singh Rathore My FM Senior Executive Sales jairathore.b@gmail.com 330 Jisha Charley jishacharley8@gmail.com 331 Joel M Mathew joelmadhumathew@gmail.com 332 Khushbu Jain khushbu_jain98@yahoo.com 333 Kratika Saxena Bank of Baroda Assistant Manager saxenakrati115@gmail.com 334 Krishna Kant Sharma ICICI Potential Securities Assistance Manager krishnakant009@gmail.com office Management 335 Neha Kumari Indusind Bank Acquisition Manager / neha.sharma1457@rediffmail.com 336 Nidhi Chaturvedi nidhichaturvedi90@gmail.com 337 Nikita Agarwal Brand Marketing India Fashion Consultant nikita11agarwal@gmail.com 338 Nikita Thomas Hotel Indana Palace Asst. Banquet Sales Executive nikita_thomas2006@yahoo.com 339 Pallavi Bhardwaj HDFC bank Assistant manager pallavi.ojha20@gmail.com 340 Pallavi Ojha Indusind Bank Acquisition Manager pal.bj12@gmail.com 341 Panav Chaddha Sundaram Dynacast Business Development panav.chaddha@gmail.com Pvt. Ltd. 342 Prabhakar Singh SMSoft Solution Marketing Professional prabhakarsingh66@gmail.com 343 Prachi Jaiswal Entrepreneur prachijais@gmail.com 343 Pradeep Kumawat HUL Territory Officer / pradeepkumawatm@gmail.com 344 Prashant Pratap Singh Utkarsh Micro Finance Deputy Manager HRD prashantpratapsinghsingh@gmail.com 345 Prateek Sharma ICICI Securities Senior Relationship Manager mehsus21@gmail.com 346 Prateek Shukla Royal Bank of Scotland AML operations prateekshukla13@yahoo.in 347 Prateek Shukla Ola Assistant manager shuklaprateek2000@gmail.com 348 Praveen Sikarwar Business omsikarwar@gmail.com 349 Preeti Kumari Vodafone Store Manager singhpreeti40@gmail.com 350 Preksha Kankane kk.preksha@gmail.com 351 Princy Agarwal Indusind Bank Aqusition Manager princyagarwal12@yahoo.com 352 Priti Tiwari Axis Bank Assistant Manager tiwari.priti789@gmail.com 353 Puja Bajoria Pantaloon Retail Manager puja.bajoria@yahoo.com India Ltd 354 Radhakishan Choudhary Entrepreneur radheychoudhary23@gmail.com 355 Rajat Ranjan Bank of America Senior Member rrajat14@gmail.com 356 Ramavtar Soni Royal Bank of Process Associate rsavtar89@gmail.com Scotland 357 Rana Shubham Srivastava HDFC bank Assistant manager shubham_srivastava57@yahoo.com 358 Rashi Sharma GirnarSoft Business analysist rashi_tech08@yahoo.co.in 359 Rohan Maheshwari Bank of Baroda Assistant Manager rohanmaheshwari2@gmail.com 360 Sachin Gupta Bandhan Micro Dy. Manager gupta.sachin5714@gmail.com Finance 361 Sachin Gupta Anil Metals Sales And Marketing / gupta_sachin5@yahoo.com Executive 61

62 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 362 Sagar Agarwal HDFC Ltd. Branch Manager Sanchit Agarwal Canara Bank Marketing Manager / Sanjay Mehta Ujjivan Financial Pvt. Ltd. Management Associate Saurabh Sharma Bank of America Senior Team Member Saurabh Singh Mondelez international Sales officer trainee Sheikh Burhan Smera Rating Ltd. Manager Shivam Sharma RBC developers Pvt. Ltd. ATL Shivani Mishra Markets & Markets Research Analyst Shreshta Khimesra PWC Consultant Smita Bhargava Kotak Mahindra Bank Deputy Manager Sonali Priya Addidas Store Manager / Sourabh Jain Entrepreneur Subham Daruka Happie Regional Head Tanu Agarwal Entrepreneur sharma_tanu@hotmail.com 376 Tanveer Qadri Vivo India Mobile Route Terminal Incharge tanveer.quadri@yahoo.com 377 Twinkle Vijwani Quatrro Fraud Analyst twinklevijwani9@gmail.com 378 Utkarsh Jaiswal prione business services Sales Associate jaiswalutkarsh9@gmail.com [amazon india] 379 Vedant Vashishtha Carlsberg India Pvt. Ltd. Sales Trainee vedantvashistha91@gmail.com 380 Vijay Lalwani City Bank Financial Analyst Vishal Pareek State Bank Of India Associate Manager vishal.pareek1@sbi.co.in 382 Vishal Singh Hindware Management Trainee visanj37@gmail.com 383 Yusuf Kamaal DREAMSTEL TECHNOLOGIES Business Development Manager kammaal@gmail.com 384 Abhishek Kumar Perfety / abhitan75@gmail.com abhitan75@gmail.com 385 Adarsh singh Mars India corporation Sales manager / adarshsingh19nov@gmail.com 386 Anil Singh Idea Celluler Ltd. Management Trainee anilsingh071992@gmail.com 387 Ankisha Vodafone Executive Trainee-Retail / ankishathapa.92@gmail.com 388 Ankit chhabria Carwale Sales and Services- Dealer Solutions ankit.chhabria@rediffmail.com 381 Ankit Mehra Spandana Sphoorty Senior Executive ankitmehra.579@gmail.com 382 Anuj Bhatt Car Trade Manager officialanuj@gmail.com anuj.bhatt@carwale.com 383 Aparajita Swaroop / rockstar.api@gmail.com swaroopaprajita@gmail.com 384 Arpita Baid Genpact Management Trainee arpita10.90@gmail.com 385 Ashish Bandawala Tata Sky Area Sales Incharge / abandawala@gmail.com 386 Ashish Kumar Mishra Wrigley Sales & Marketing officer ashish4pgdm@gmail.com 387 Ashish Mohan Credential india Senior Executive (Customer Relations) / ashishtiger15@gmail.com mohanashish2015@gmail.com 388 AVIJIT PANWAR Vijaya bank Assistant Manager avijit_ron@yahoo.co.in 389 Ayush Mehta ITC Ltd. Excutive Manager fabulousayush@gmail.com ayushme2016@gmail.com 390 Chetna Joshi Emami Ltd. Sales Executive chetnajoshi95@gmail.com chetna.joshi9999@gmail.com 391 Chhavi Budhwar budhwarchhavi@gmail.com 392 Deepak Middha IndusInd Bank Deputy Manager middhadeepk29@hotmail.com 393 Ujjwal Sharma Mahindra Finance Management Trainee sharmaujjwal@yahoo.co.in 394 Divya Goswami Teleperformance Customer Relationship dvgoswami808@gmail.com 395 Garima Jhawar /' garima.jhawar@ymail.com 396 Gaurav Baid Entrepreneur / gauravbaid1@gmail.com 397 Gaurav Singh Bhati Tata Sky Senior Area Sales Incharge / gauravsingh78@gmail.com 398 Gautam Rupani Entrepreneur gautam.rupani428@gmail.com 399 Harsh Mitruka Reliance Assistant Manager HR / harshmitruka92@gmail.com (watsapp no.) 400 HIMANSHU JOSHI Entrepreneur joshi8h@gmail.com 62

63 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 401 Ishpreet Kaur Narula Hindware Management Trainee / Jyoti Gupta People Matters Media Pvt. Ltd. Senior Associate Kaouslandra Singh ICICI Securities Management Trainee Khushboo Sharma Fox Global/6th Avenue Management Trainee / Model Management 405 Krishan Kumar Sharma LNG Bhilwara Management Trainee / Kriti Saxena Radisson Blu Sales & Marketing Executive Lavesh Sharma Ujjivan Financial services Program Manager Madhur Maher Kent Ro Management Trainee Mayank krishna srivastava Fusion MicroFinance Area Manager / MEGHA Axis Bank Assistant Manager Mishika Dawra Homecare Management Trainee / Mohit Tyagi Mudita Pant Pantaloons Pearl Trainee-HR Naimish Yadav Vodafone Executive Trainee-Sales Nazmeen khan Nidhi Goel Wrigley Sales & Marketing officer Nikita Kogta Wrigley Sales & Marketing officer Nitesh Agarwal Kent Ro Management Trainee Padmaja Sharma Vodafone Executive Trainee-Retail Pooja Yadav HDFC Bank Customer Relationship Officer Pranshu Batra Praval Pratap Singh Kent Ro Management Trainee Prerana Jhawar Author / priyamvada shanker Axis Bank Assistant Manager Priyanka Thakur AGS Group HR Executive Rohit Jaiswal Mars international india pvt ltd Transition Sales Officer Rohit Jangid Adani L&D Coordinator / Roli Pandey Carwale.com Area Manager / / 429 Sakshi Bhardwaj Genpact Assistant Manager SALMAN KHAN MRF Tyres Sales Manager Sandeep Singh Bhauryal Airtel Sales Executive / Sanjeev Banerjee IndusInd Bank Management Trainee Saumiya Agnihotri Vodafone Executive Trainee-Sales / Saurabh Rajput TATA SKY Assistant Manager Shalini Verma Royal Bank of Scotland Business Analyst Shikha Khanna HDFC Mutual funds Executive / Shivam Chopra IndusInd Bank Customer Service Manager / Shivam Tripathi L&T Finance Relationship Manager Shubham Barthwal Mahindra Finance Management Trainee Shubham Pareek I service process pvt ltd Assistant Manager shubham.pareek1727@gmail.com CRM Business HR 441 Shweta Parihar / parihar.shveta@gmail.com 442 Shweta Priya Radio City 91.1 FM Sales Associate shwetap@radiocity.com shfa.04@gmail.com 443 Shweta Tiwari HDFC Bank Assistant Manager shwetatiwari93@gmail.com 444 Sidharath Bothra Entreprenuer Sidharathbothra@gmail.com 445 Somya Saxena somyasaxena100@gmail.com 446 Sonali Choudhary Sonali M Prabhakar Carlsberg Management Trainee spinnocentbeauty17@gmail.com 448 Suchi Agarwal Vodafone Store Manager / suchi.aggarwal16@gmail.com 63

64 64 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 449 SUMAN YADAV SRG Housing Finance Collection Manager Supriya Neupane IndiaMart Assistant Manager / TANVI GUPTA SBI Life Insurance MT / Tanyaa Balaji Telefilms MT / Tripti Mitra Mahindra and Mahindra Finance Area Business Incharge / Tuhina Rani Net HR Assitance manager Umakant sharma Eureka Forbes Senior Territory Head Vaishali Rajguru Bhagwant University HR Executive Vikrant Dauri Policy Bazar Team Leader / Vinay Kumar Just Dial Assistant Manager / Vinod khatri Entrepreneur Vipul Babbar Informa TLC Analyst Vishal Gupta Motilal Oswal Equity Advisor / Vishal Sharma Hacker Earth Accounts Manager / Technologies Pvt Ltd 463 Vivek Singh Aditya Birla Capital Senior Relationship Manager Rahul Parwani Entrepreneur Shushvi Yakult Ajay Sharma Idea Celluler Ltd. Assistant Manager Alyona Sarkar RNF Technologies Assistant Project Manager / Aakash Patel Bandhan Bank Customer Relaionship Manager Akanksha Tyagi Navneet Industry Executive Assistance Akansha Mehrotra Telenor Senior Territory Sales & Incharge Akib Qazi Janlakshmi Financial Area Head Assistance Manger Services Ltd 472 Akriti Bagla Alok Singh Entrepreneur Aman Maheshwari Amit Kumar Jha Mahindra Finance Area Business Mangement , 476 Anirudh Sharma Hindustan Coca-Cola Sales Team Leader Beverages Pvt. Ltd. 477 Anju Kumari Telenor Functional Trainee Annu Kumari Janlakshmi Financial Services Senior Executive Ashish Singh Vodafone Executive Trainee Atisha Goyal Telenor Territory Sales Executive / Atul Dwivedi Asian Paints Sales Officer / Bharat Keswani Oyo Rooms Demand Manger Chintan Madan India Mart Assistance Manager / Chirag Chauhan Bajaj Financial Service Ltd Assistance Manager Chirag Rakholiya Videocon D2h Area Sales Manger Deepti Sharma Telenor Functional Trainee Dilip Rohit Airtel Territory Sales Manager Dipen Patel SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee / Ghanshyam Patel ParleG Products Pvt Ltd Sales Officer Goverdhan Lal Kumawat Genpact Assistance Manager Heena Axis Bank Assistance Manager Himanshu Jain City Union Bank Credit Officer Himanshu Rajput Pepsico Executive Trainee Hitesh Agarwal Vodafone Senior Executive Trainee Jai Sharma Oyo Rooms Assistance Manager Jay Patel Multico technology Business Development Executive Jaya Singh Vodafone Territory Sales Manager Jaydip Bhuva Nerolac Paints Management Trainee

65 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 499 Jayesh Pandit Bharti Airtel Executive Trainee Management Jayesh Vanjara OLX India Delear Success Manager Jaykumar Patel HDB Financial Management Trainee / Keshav Sood Oyo Rooms Sales Manager / Kriti Gupta Deloitte Tax Consulant Kriti Talwar Janlakshmi Financial Services Executive Trainee Kritika Ojha Deloitte Tax Consulant Kritika Tiwari Telenor Functional Trainee Krunal Bhagat Exide Industries Sales Executive / Madhuri Telenor Functional Trainee Mahavirsinh Solanki Bandhan Bank Customer Relaionship Manager / Mahendra Kotwani Tata Motor Finance Sales Manager Maitri Goswami Idea Celluler Ltd. Assistance Manager / Manish Kumar Singh Janlakshmi Financial Services Executive Trainee Manoj Namdharani Entrepreneur Manoj Soni Entrepreneur Manveer vodafone Assistance Manager Minkal Jain Axis Bank Assistant Manager Mohd. Shoyab Mudita Purohit SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee Neel Shah Airtel Territory Manager Nikita Jain Entrepreneur Nikita singh Chauhan Nilesh Kumar Shukla Godfrey Assistance Manager / Nisarg Sharma Shanti Chemicals Sales Manger Nitin Keswani Capital First Manager-Collections /A Niyati Pareek Ritika Pvt Ltd. store Manager Payal Jain Not working Pooja Sharma Telenor Functional Trainee Prachi Khettry Deloitte Tax Consulant / Prakalp Srivastava Bandhan Bank CTM Prakamya Sharma Janlakshmi Financial Services Area Head Pranay Kapoor Ujjivan MicroFinance Assistance Manager Prateek Gaur Aditya Birla Fashion Store Manager and Retail Ltd. 533 Priya Agarwal Axis Bank Assistance Manager Priyanka Koshal City Union Bank Senior Associates Priyanka Singh HDB Financial Credit Relationship Manager Rahul Yadav Entrepreneur Rajat Shukla Exclusive Technosoft Sales Manager Pollution 538 Rajnandini Mahindra Finance Management Trainee Operations 539 Ranveer Sinh HDFC Bank Sales Executive Ravinder Singh Rathore Janlakshmi Financial Executive Trainee Services 541 Ritika Mathur Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. Management Trainee Ritvij Not working Sachin Mewara Axis Bank Assistant Manager Sachin Sharma Janlakshmi Financial Services Area Head

66 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID Sakshi Jain Mahindra Finance Relationship Manager Samiksha Goyal Entrepreneur Sandeep Tiwari Janlakshmi Financial Area Head Services 548 Sankalp Srivastava Entrepreneur Santosh Kumar Singh Danik Bhaskar Editor Sayan Bhattacharya Mahindra Finance Management Trainee Shikha Singh Idea Celluler Ltd. Assistance Manger Shivangi Fincare Management Trainee Shivanshi Fincare Small Bank Management Trainee Shivika Rathore To The New Digital Assistance Manager Shivpal Singh Rathore SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee Shraddha Sinha Telenor Functional Trainee Sugandha Bajaj Electricals Sales Management Associate Tanu Bhojwani Axis Bank Assistant Manager Tanu Priya Telenor Functional Trainee Udit Sehgal Spandana Sphoorty Executive Trainee Urvi Gupta Viral Patel JustDial Business Development Executive 563 Vishakha Srivastava Idea Celluler Ltd. Management Trainee Yatharth Pareek Bandhan Bank Management Trainee Yogesh Kumar Singh India Mart Assistance Manager / Yogesh Pandit Airtel Manager Yuvrajsinh Solanki Bandhan Bank Assistant Manager / Shivam Tripathi L&T Finance Team Member-Housing Finance Aadil Khan Career 360 MT-Marketing Aarushi Jain Deloitte Tax Consultant Abhishek Kumar Tiwari Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Ajay Sharma ITC Ltd. Sales Trainee Akansha gupta HCL IT Recruiter in TAG Team Akriti Gupta ICICI Securities Senior Relationship Manager Akshat Jhalani Deloitte Tax Consultant Akshay Sharma Entrepreneur Albert Kunjumon Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Amit Kumar Mahindra Finance Area Business Manager Anchal Hudiya Genesis Colors Sales Advisor Ankita Poonia Bandhan Bank Management Trainee- CRO Ankita Verma Tradeindia.Com Business Development Manager Anupam Sharma Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Arnav Saraswat HCL Management Trainee Arti Kanodia Genpact Management Trainee Ashish Chauhan Fincare Management Trainee Ayushi Bhardwaj Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Bennett Elias Mahindra Finance Management Trainee Bhawani Shankar Tradeindia.Com Business Development Manager gmail.com 591 Charu Jagwani SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee , Chetan Prakash Shubham Housing Branch Manager Devang Agarwal Fincare Management Trainee Devendra Singh Janlakshmi Financial Executive Trainee Shekhawat Services 595 Digya Soni Bandhan Bank Assit Manager

67 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 596 Divya Shekhawat IndusInd Bank Management Trainee Faizal Khan Garima sharma Shoppers Stop Management Trainee Gautam Surana JK Tyre Management Trainee , Ghanshyam Solanki Fincare Small Finance Bank Deputy Relationship Manager Girish Dolia IndusInd Bank Management Trainee Hardik Sojitra Varthana Thirumani Management Trainee Finance Pvt Ltd 603 Hina Singh Janlakshmi Financial Executive Trainee Services 604 Jagrit Bhargava S&P Global Research Analyst Jalpa Ramnani Deloitte Tax Consultant Javed Anwar Khan Farelabs Assistant Marketing Manager Jaysukh Suthar HCL Technologies MT- Vendor Management Jigar Shah Satin Credit Care Pvt LTD Internal Auditor Jitin Sharma Asian Paints Sales Officer Julie Kumari Genesis Colors Sales Advisor Jyotika Agrawal Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Kajal Soni Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager- CRO Karishma Vahora Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Kiran Vijayvergiya Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Kratika Gupta Deloitte Tax Consultant , Kumari Neha POBIT Dairy PVT Ltd. Owner Kunal Godhwani Yes Bank Assistant Manager Laveena Chhajed Mahindra Finance Management Trainee / Lucky Vijay TTK Prestige Management Trainee Mahendrabhai Patel Varthana Thirumani Management Trainee Finance Pvt Ltd 621 Mahesh Vaishnav Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager Mandeep Kaur Orient Electric - a As Plant HR generalist ahluwaliamandeepz@gmail.com CK Birla Group Company 623 Manish Dhakar Fincare Management Trainee manishdhakar693@gmail.com 624 Manish Kumar Gupta Bandhan Bank Relationship Manager manishkumargupta027@gmail.com 625 Mohit Arora Satin Creditcare Assistant Manager mohitarora0712@gmail.com 626 Nakul Soni Entrepreneur Nakul.wave@gmail.com 627 Namrata Singh Parihar Fincare Management Trainee cutenamrata1994@gmail.com 628 Nidhi Agarwal Deloitte Tax Consultant agarwalnidhi95@gmail.com 629 Nikhil Vegad Janlakshmi Financial Executive Trainee , vegadniks@gmail.com Services nikhil.vegad@janalakshmi.com 630 Nimisha Kothari Fincare Management Trainee nimisha_96@yahoo.co.in 631 Nishtha Goyal ngoyal788@gmail.com 632 Nitish Sinha Fincare Management Trainee-Finance nitishsinha.mail@gmail.com 633 Pankaj Munjal Satin Creditcare Assistant Manager pankajmunjal93@gmail.com 634 Parth Joshi Bandhan Bank Assitant Manager apjbrd@gmail.com 635 Pooja Kotawala Pooja_kotawala@yahoo.co.in 636 Poorva Jain IndusInd Bank Management Trainee , Poorva.jain2015@jaipuria.ac.in 637 Pranav Saxena ITC Ltd. Sales Trainee , prnvgoyal@gmail.com 67

68 S.No. NAME OF ALUMNI PGDM BATCH CURRENT ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION CONTACT No. ID 638 Prem Ranjan Varthana Thirumani Management Trainee Finance Pvt Ltd 639 Pritam Singh Hinduja Leyland Management Trainee Finance Sales & Marketing 640 Radhika Dalsania VIP Industries Management Trainee Finance 641 Raghuvirsinh Bharatsinh HDFC Bank Rural Sales Executive Chauhan 642 Ragini Sharma Market Magnify Business Analyst Rajat Kumar Sharma Hinduja Leyland Finance LTD. Location Manager Rajendra Kumar Chavda Tradeindia.Com Business Development Manager Richa Singh Barjatya Janlakshmi Financial Services Executive Trainee Rishabh Pandey Entrepreneur Trading Ruchi Khandelwal Hinduja Leyland Finance Management Trainee- Credit Rutvik Bhikadiya Entrepreneur (Finance) Sajjan Chodhary SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee Samreen Monga Freelancer Sanidhya Goyal Deloite Tax Consultant Satish Saini Spandana Sphoorty Executive Trainee Saurabh Dhingra TTK Prestige Management Trainee Saurabh Kumawat Deloitte Tax Consultant , Saurabh Sardana ICICI Securities Sr. Relationship Manager Sheel Gupta Shivakriti International Ltd Hr Executive Sheetal Pawar Mahindra Finance Management Trainee Shefali Jindal ICICI Securities Senior Relationship Manager Shivani Sharma IndusInd Bank Management Trainee Shobhana Tiwari Bajaj Electricals Sales Management Associate Shruti Jain Varthana Finance Management Trainee: Credit Shubham Jain Yes Bank Management Trainee Shwetankini Kumari NTT Data Executive Sinny Kedia Genesis Colors Sales Advisor Sohal Patel Satin Creditcare Assistant Manager Sonali Bhargava SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee Sonika Rawat Bandhan Bank Assistance Manager Sonu Aggarwal SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee Sonyanka Gupta Deloitte Tax Consultant Subham Pareek Asian Paints Territory Sales Manager Tabassum Rani Tejveer Kaur HG Infra Engineering Ltd Hr Executive , Upasana Manglunia Entrepreneur Vandit Khandelwal ITC Ltd. Sales Trainee Vinita Khandelwal H&M Hennes and mauritz Management trainee Vipla Pokharana IndusInd Bank Management Trainee Vivek Singh SBI Life Insurance Executive Trainee Yamini Agarwal Entrepreneur Yogesh Khatri Entrepreneur

69 2017 Research Contribution by Students in 2017 Reema Sharma, Bharat Jain and Ankita Garg has presented their paper on "Study of the factors affecting buying and consumption behaviour of rural consumers" organized by XLRI Jamshedpur on January 23-24, Ayush Bhatnagar and Bhawana Singh has presented paper on "Role of Digital Marketing in Building Trust with the Customers" organized by Prestige Institute of Management & Research Indore on February 4-5, Kunwar Kartikay Shashi and Megha Dhyani presented paper on "Investigation of influencing factors for khadi in kids wear: A case of Rajasthan" organized by JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur on February 3-5, Siji Abraham and Sonakshi Chadha has presented paper on "Study on Herbal Products V/S Conventional Products" organized by GD GOENKA University Gurgaon on February 9-10, Shobhna Tiwari and Sankalp Udaiwal presented research paper on "Demonetization Impact on Shopping Behaviour and Payment Mechanisms- A Study of Jaipur City" organized by Poornima School of Management, Jaipur on February, Shubham Patni and Kartikay Tiwari has presented paper on "Cardiac Health Disease in India: Analysis and Impact" organized by Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology, NOIDA on March 27-29, Shubham Khurana has presented his research paper on "South China Sea Dispute: Analysis and Impact" organized by Jaypee Institute of Information and Technology, NOIDA on March 27-29, Shipra Jain and Mayank Khatri has presented paper on "Impact of Demonetization on Indian Stock Market" organized by Jaipuria School of Business, Ghaziabad on 15 April, Harshita Daga and Shubham Patani has presented their paper on "Millennial Mothers: A Study of Factors Affecting Consumer Decision Making" organized by Indian Institute of Management, Indore on July 29, Shadashiv Chaturvedi and Naveen Navlani has presented paper on "The I5 Summit 2017" organised by Indian Institute of Management, Indore on August 19-20, Students Award Won first prize in Find & Creative in E- Summit 2017 at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow on Februarys 4-8, Won first prize in Create an impact in E- Summit 2017 at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow on Februarys 4-8, Won second prize in B - Plan in National Level Fest at R. A. Poddar, Jaipur on March 27, Won first prize in B - Plan in National Level Fest at Poornima University, Jaipur on March 28, Won first prize with Rs. 21,000/- cash in National Level SIP Presentation competition in Spardha 2017, in marketing management on topic "A study on the health food drinks in the NCR region" at Institute of Rural Management, Jaipur. Won first and second prize in Graffiti, face painting and stock exchange in Jai Utsav-2017 at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore on November 3-4, Won prizes in Nukkad Natak, business Plan, Collage Making, Cookery show, Brand Dumb Charades, Comedy Circus, photography, Fashion Show, Rangoli, Jaipuria Debate, Beta Stock, Treasure Hunt and Ad Mad Show in 11th National Youth Fest "Abhyudaya 17" at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur on Oct , Mr. Srantum Baruah won second prize in Micro Tales in Ojas -17 at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow on November 4-6, Ms. Narmada Trivedi, Ms. Monika Gupta and Ms. Ashi Bhati won first prize in Rangoli in Ojas 17 at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow on Nov. 4-7, Mr. Bharat Jain, Mr. Saurabh Khandelwal and Varshita Rathore won second prize in CT Table in cultural event at Jagnnath University on November 4,

70 Upcoming Program/Event Three Day MDP on BUSINESS ANALYTICAL USING IBM TOOLS on December 28-30, 2017 at Jaipuria Jaipur SIXTH NATIONAL SPORTS MEET on January 18-19, 2018 Certificate Program in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT from January 15-April 15, 2018 Fifth International Conference on Youth 2025: "Harmonising Education, Employment and Empowerment: Role Strategy for Academics, Business and Government" on March 16-17, BENEFIT FROM NEW OPPORTUNITIES JAIPURIA JAIPUR Based in a global outsourcing destination, the Jaipur campus offers a complete match between industry and student skill sets. Benefit from the industry led workshops and lectures which cover a sizable portion of your learning. Be transformed into a crossfunctional, competent and result oriented manager. NBA ACCREDITED PGDM PROGRAMS RECOGNISED BY AIU, PGDM AS EQUIVALENT TO MBA 13TH AMONGST PRIVATE B-SCHOOLS IN NORTH INDIA (OUTLOOK, 2017) 21ST AMONGST PRIVATE B-SCHOOLS IN NORTH INDIA (BUSINESS TODAY, 2017) 50TH AMONGST PRIVATE B-SCHOOLS IN INDIA (CSR - GHRDC, 2017) 46TH AMONGST ALL B-SCHOOLS IN INDIA (PEOPLE MATTERS - NHRDN, 2016) 70


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