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IIM Ranchi held its 6th annual convocation ceremony

IIM Ranchi held its 6th annual convocation ceremony 

TV Narendran, the managing director of Tata Steel was the chief guest of the convocation.
 

Indian Institute of Management Ranchi (IIM R) celebrated its sixth convocation ceremony at the Ram Dayal Munda auditorium in the Mega Sports Complex in Hotwar, on Monday. On the occasion, 198 students graduated from three different vocational subjects.

While 118 students received their graduation certificates of post graduate diploma in management (PGDM) course, 47 received their post graduate diploma in human resource management (PGDHRM) and 33 received the executive post graduate diploma in management (PGEXP).

Sushovan Maity received gold medal and certificate of merit for excelling in the institutes's flagship PDGM program for the 2015-17 academic session. Chandni Agarwal received gold medal for academic excellence in the PGDHRM discipline.

Nitin Madan Kulkarni, the secretary of the state agriculture, sugarcane development, animal husbandry and fisheries department, was awarded the gold medal for excelling in the PGEXP for the 2014-16 academic session.

Shailendra Singh, IIM Ranchi director listed the institutes's achievements from last year and said the institute has signed memorandum of understanding (MoUs) with eight universities in USA, China, France, Thailand and Bangladesh for student exchange programs.
Source: Times of India

In another year of summer placements at Indian Institute of Management,Ranchi (IIM Ranchi), 100% placement was achieved for the PGDM 2016-18 batch. 
First time participation of brands like 3M, EBay, Google, HP Inc., Shoppers Stop, Sony Pictures Network, Whirlpool and the return of associations like Eicher Polaris, ICICI, Larsen & Toubro, Maruti Suzuki, RBL Bank, Robert Bosch, RPG, Samsung, Tata Steel, Yes Bank marked the highlight of f this season. 
A total of 72 recruiters made offers this season boosting the average stipend by 12% to Rs 80,678 and the highest domestic stipend by 35% to Rs 2.53 lakh. 

 



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