Hosts an engaging two day long induction ceremony for its new 2015-17 batch of 300 students.
IPER welcomes its new batch of budding managers for its flagship MBA program Batch 19th (2015-17) Session with the Theme “Celebrating Start Up’s”. As Bhopal hailed its first monsoon showers, IPER, one of the leading B-Schools in Central India, opened its gates for the 2015-17 intakes of their flagship MBA program. The event held between 19 th -20 th August 2015 in the college’s auditorium was a stimulating affair for the students as they got a glimpse of what lies ahead for them in their life at IPER and their career graph thereafter.
The students were given a warm welcome into the campus by Dr. Amarjeet Singh Khalsa, the Group Director of IPER through an inspiring lecture on the limitless scope of learning at IPER and the experience awaiting them through a new learning system without boundaries.
During the induction ceremony, accomplished leaders from the academic and corporate world were present.
In his inaugural speech, Dr. P.K.Mishra, Dean, Faculty of Management, Barkatullah University, Bhopal and Former Vice Chancellor Devi Ahilya University, Indore & Barkatullah University, Bhopal emphasized on the quality of education and holistic development of students. He appreciated IPER’s efforts towards maintaining academic excellence and its academic focus in research and development.
Speaking on the occasion, Guest of Honour, Mr. Farhan Ansari – State Mentor & Senior Vice President, Reliance Industries Ltd. introduced the future managers to the dynamic environment of business and corporate expectations from them.
Mr.Narendra Kumar – Treasurer Chaitanya Shiksha Samiti, Parent Body of IPER, Mr.R.K.Sadhwani – Secretary, Chaitanya Shiksha Samiti, Parent Body, of IPER graced the occasion.
On the whole, the Induction Ceremony 2015 acted as the perfect stepping stone for the new batch of students for their innings at IPER. It prepared them for the intellectually exciting and professionally productive journey that lays in store for them.