Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekharan was the chief guest at the 20th graduation ceremony. 11 students have graduated from Hyderabad Campus and 211 students have passed from Mohali Campus.
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The e-graduation ceremony was attended by students from the founding classes of PGP (Class 2021), FPM (Fellow Program in Management) and EFPM (Executive Fellow Program in Management). Congratulating the graduates, Chandrasekaran told them that they are graduating at an important moment.
“We have made advances that we could not have imagined পর্যন্ত from scientific advances to new ways of learning, living and working. This is a great opportunity for India and to improve itself. And this is your opportunity. The world is being reconsidered, and soon it will.” It will be rebuilt. Never before has there been such an inauguration for a bold new idea, “he said.
“I believe that the new India that can emerge in the coming decade can be a global leader in research and development, science and technology, AI, advanced manufacturing and next generation products and services. We have the right human capital. We have the scale. We are just right. Need to invest.
Earlier, speaking at his first graduation ceremony as Dean of ISB, Professor Madan Pilutala said that after completing two decades of meaningful and eventful national contributions, ISB is looking forward to a more promising and exciting time in the future.
He said, “Today ISB has a diverse intellectual and physical resource, I believe we have a responsibility to contribute much more to India.
Harish Manwani, Chairperson of ISB Executive Board, Rakesh Bharti Mittal, Chairperson of Mohali Campus Advisory Board, Pilutala and members of ISB Board practically joined students, families, faculty, staff, alumni and other eminent persons.
“For a successful business, quality and purpose are more important than ever, as are people in these difficult times. Organizations need to be more agile and resilient in tackling any unprecedented challenge,” Manwani said.
He added that ISB will equip its students to be future-ready and enable their future and innovative growth models to be emulated by others.
The graduation ceremony celebrates the achievements of the students, announcing awards to academics and those who excelled in curriculum activities and those who demonstrated exemplary leadership skills throughout the year.
Siddhanta Gupta from Mohali Campus and Tania Shree Yera from Hyderabad Campus won gold medals for topping the class. The ISB Parameshwar Godrej Award, which is given in honor of the memory of Parameshwar Godrej, was presented to Ridhi Bhohra from Co2021 by an exemplary female student who has a strong commitment to social causes.
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