Shri Rajnath Singh Ji, Hon’ble Union Home Minister, Govt. of India, congratulates the graduating Jaipuria students
November 1, 2014, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow, felt privileged to welcome all to its XVIII Annual Convocation on November 1, 2014. Shri Rajnath Singh Ji, Hon’ble Union Home Minister, Govt. of India was the honorable Chief Guest on this important day of recognition. Also present at the event were Chairman, Shri Sharad Jaipuria; Vice Chairman, Shri Shreevats Jaipuria; Director of the Institute, Prof. Abhishek Nirjar; as well as the esteemed members of the Board of Governors and the Academic Council of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow. All in attendance, distinguished guests and students, came to toast the perseverance and dedicationthat led to the success and achievements of batch 2012-14.
Shri Sharad Jaipuria, Chairman, Board of Governors, Jaipuria Institute of Management, welcomed the Chief Guest and the distinguished congregation on the solemn occasion. Shri Jaipuria, while delivering his welcome address, extended his wishes to the students. He added that the curriculum and pedagogy followed at Jaipuria make the student a partner and an active participant in the teaching-learning process. He advised the management students to understand the multiple challenges and opportunities in the emerging corporate world, and to work accordingly to achieve success for themselves and their organization. In closing, he urged students to always work with ‘passion’ and ‘ownership’ in life.
Prof. Abhishek Nirjar, Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow, highlighted the progress report and milestones achieved by the Institute during the academic year 2013-2014. He emphasized that success may be the collective goal of many, but the individual is the true judge of what success is for him. He reminded students that while the passion for higher learning began at Jaipuria, it is a never ending process. He concluded by extending his best wishes to the graduating class, and reminding the audience that the future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
The Chief Guest Shri Rajnath Singh Ji expressed joy in being a part of the convocation ceremony at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow. He congratulated the young graduates for having received their diplomas and wished them good luck on their journey into the corporate echelons. He emphasized the fact that for a comprehensive development of personality, character and values are equally as important as knowledge. And, he reminded all to follow our ancestors and never let go of the genuineness and reality of our culture. Emphasizing the fact that female employment is equally important, he congratulated the institute for achieving a record 100% placement. He summed up his address by wishing students the best in their future endeavors.
The Convocation souvenir was also released on this occasion.
A vote of thanks was proposed by Shri Shreevats Jaipuria, Vice Chairman, Jaipuria Institute of Management. He advised students to treat their workplace as ‘an extension of their personality’ and to keep a firm belief in themselves for attaining great heights. Saying that it is not the end but the beginning of a long and continuous journey, he wished the students an enriching future.
In all, 270 students successfully completed various programmes of the Institute this year.The programmes are: 2-year full-time PGDM, 2-year full-time PGDM (Financial Services), 2-year full-time PGDM (Retail Management) and 3-year part-time PGDM programmes. The diplomas were conferred on successful candidates by Shri Sharad Jaipuria, Chairman, Board of Governors of the Institute.
The meritorious students were awarded scholastic medals for their outstanding performance by the Chief Guest, Shri Rajnath Singh Ji. In addition to various scholastic medals, a trophy to recognize the ‘Student of the Year 2014’ was presented for exceptional scholastic performance in the various two-year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management programmes. Anshula Sharma was recognized forher hard work and determination and was awarded this year’s trophy.
Rohit Rastogi was awarded the Chairman’s Gold Medal; Nishu Agarwalwas awarded the Vice Chairperson’s Silver Medal, and Harneet Kaur was awarded the Director’s Bronze Medal in the Full-time PGDM Programme. Anshula Sharma was awarded the Chairman’s Gold Medal in the Full-time PGDM (Financial Services) Programme. Garima Srivastavawas awarded the Chairman’s Gold Medal in the Full-time PGDM (Retail Management) Programme. Devendra Sharma was awarded the Chairman’s Gold Medal in the Part-time PGDM Programme. Certificates of Merit across all Full-Time PGDM programmes in the areas of Marketing, Finance, Human Resources and Operations were conferred onSrishti Chaubey and Anmol Kumar Srivastava (Marketing), Anshula Sharma and Nishu Agarwal (Finance), Reema Gupta (Human Resources), Naman Chaturvedi (Operations), respectively