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    Students Prepare for Global Careers at Advanced Training Programme

    Solan, March 2

    In a unique initiative, the Faculty of Management Sciences, Shoolini University, organised a 21-day Advanced Training Programme (ATP) for students to develop knowledge, skills, and abilities. Advanced Training Program offered a unique learning experience to MBA students helping them build general skills needed across the board by leading organizations making students industry-ready.  

    It was a unique endeavour to prepare each MBA final year student for careers in top Global and Indian MNCs. The residential programme was designed based on the inputs from the industry and a thorough analysis of job descriptions of targeted companies.

    During the 21-day programme, the students received hands-on experience in domains like finance and investment, business process design and operations, retail, banking, insurance & wealth management, marketing and branding, Human resources and people skills, business analytics, social media marketing, and business research and consulting.

    Advanced Training Programme

    The programme was developed under the guidance and supervision of Vice-Chancellor, Prof Atul Khosla and Dean, Dr Kuldeep Rojhe. Dr Prachi Kapil coordinated the entire programme along with core team members Dr Amar Rao and Dr Nitin Gupta. The expert sessions were taken by professionals from the industry like Prof Atul Khosla, Mr Amit Khanna (Ex Mckinsey), Mr Mukesh Goswami, Mr Pradeep Sharma (Ex HR Head Mercer), Mr Sanjeev Singh (Ex HR P&G), Mr Ashish Khosla (Chief Executive Officer at AADDOO.AI), Ms Nishtha Anand (PenPundits) and many more.

    Furthermore, experts from academia including Dr Kesari Singh, Prof Narinder Verma, Prof Devesh Kumar, Col TPS Gill(retd), Col DS Cheema, Dr Neeraj Gandotra, Dr Chander Mohan Gupta, Dr Kamal Kant Vashisth and other faculty members also contributed immensely to the learning experience of the students.

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