Fri08Aug201410:00 amJaipuria Jaipur
Report - 7th Annual Convocation
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur organized its Seventh Annual Convocation on August 8, 2014. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Shri Yaduvendra Mathur, IAS, Chairman & Managing Director, Export- Import Bank of India, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. The convocation commenced with the excited academic procession entering into the auditorium followed by lighting of ceremonial lamp and invocation of Goddess Saraswati. Shri Sharad Jaipuria, Chairman Board of Governors, welcomed the Chief Guest, Members of the Academic Council and Board of Governors, Parents of the graduating students and the distinguished guests.Convocation Day Celebration at Jaipuria Institute of Management, 8th August, 2014
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur Campus celebrated its seventh Annual Convocation in which 81 students were awarded AICTE approved PGDM degree. The event was graced by the presence of Chief Guest -Yaduvendra Mathur, IAS, CMD- Export-Import Bank of India, Sharad Jaipuria –Chairman, Shreevats Jaipuria -Vice-Chairman -Jaipuria Group of Institutions. Among the other dignitaries present were Dr. Ashok Bapna, Member, Planning Board, and Dr. Kamal Mathur, Director, NIAM.
Shri. Mathur in his convocation address emphasized upon the importance of quality of products being manufactured for consumption at domestic level and export, and services being rendered. If India to become a global power, it needs to focus on quality innovation and research and managers working in an organization can significantly contribute towards the same.
The Chairman of the group Sharad Jaipuria emphasized on creating ambitions beyond our state and nation and marching into future with achievement and pride. He also shared that he is happy, satisfied and anxious at the same time that the students have entered corporate lives making a mark of their own. The Vice-Chairman Shreevats Jaipuria highlighted the importance of focusing upon experience first and not just the salary. “The net worth of a professional is equal to what you make of yourself”, he added.
The Director of the institute Dr. Prabhat Pankaj in his address urged students to remember that learning is a “cradle to-grave” process and there is nothing like “I have done enough”. He reiterated that students need to work with a deep sense of service to people.
One the occasion Sagar Agarwal was awarded Chairman’s Gold Medal, Ashima Grover was awarded Vice- Chairperson’s Silver Medal and the Vice- Chairperson’s Silver Medal was awarded to Ankita Saini and Puja Bajoria. Awards in the categories of discipline toppers were given to Govind Prasad Sharma and Nikita Shirley Thomas in Marketing Discipline, Ashima Grover in Finance Discipline, and Joel M. Mathew in HRM Discipline.
Placements at Jaipuria for the batch 2012-14 has been 100 %. The average salary was 2.92 lakhs and median salary was 3 lakhs. The highest salary offered was Rs. 5.68 lakhs per annum by Carlsberg.