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Top Rankers Management Club holds 20th National Summit themed Reform, Perform and Transform for Sustainable Growth

Top Rankers Management Club holds 20th National Summit themed Reform, Perform and Transform for Sustainable Growth

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 01 Mar 2019, 11:14 am

New Delhi, Mar 1 (IBNS): Top Rankers Management Club organised its 20th National Management Summit at hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi, recently.

While Mr Sanjeev Sanyal, The Principal Economic Advisor to the Government of India was the Chief Guest and Key Note Speaker, the guests of honour were BHEL Chairman and MD Mr Atul Sobti and Metro Tyres MD Mr Rummy Chhabra. Padma Shri Dr. Pritam Singh was also present on the dais.

In his keynote address, the chief guest highly appreciated the initiative of Top Rankers Management Club, headed by Mr. Vsk Sood, who is a known professional and has been holding a National Management Summit for the last 19 years, this being the 20th one.

The theme of the summit was inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi address in his Independence Day speech where he emphasised that India’s future vision would be ‘Reform, Perform, and Transform’. Hence the main theme of the summit was “REFORM, PERFORM, TRANSFORM FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH” for the thought-provoking sessions over two days.

In his address, Mr. Sanyal said the country's growth in today's competitive world would depend on the sincerity of purpose and general transformation in all spheres of industry and inclusive growth which will lead to sustainability.

The summit was attended by experienced professionals from various organisations, public, private and academia. They thoroughly deliberated on the theme. The participants highly appreciated the discussions and found them fruitful. Some prominent speakers at the summit were Rajeev Bhaduria, Former Director HR, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd; Pankaj Dubey, MD, Indian Motorcycle India and CEO & Director – Eicher Polaris; Umesh Dhal, Director HR & MS, and LG Electronics India; Deepa Chadha, CHRO, Vistara Airlines; Pavitra Singh , Director HR – Global Campus COE, PepsiCo; Nikhil Jain, Director Personnel, NHPC; Alok Nigam, Sr.VP & Group CHRO, Bhartiya Group; Amit Das , Director HR, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.

On this occasion, the Top Rankers Management Club recognised and awarded various professionals for their career achievements.

The awardees included: Sunil Mehta, MD & CEO, Punjab National Bank; Arun K. Bajoria, Director & President (International Operations), JK Tyre abd Industries; Anil Kumar Chaudhary, Chairman, Steel Authority Of India; Hemant Bhargava, Chairman, LIC; Namita Vikas, Group President and Global Head, Yes Bank; Sandeep Mehta, CEO, Wizcrafts; Anil Bhasin, Havells; Pavita Puri, Group Head Brand, The Indian Express; Manohar Kumar, CMD, NPCC;  Vikram S. Kasbekar, Executive Director, Hero Moto Corp.

NBCC was awarded for ORGANISATION EXCELLENCE OF THE YEAR and NDIM was awarded for the Best Management Institute Contributing to Nation Building. Bimtech was awarded Best Management Institute Of The Decade.

One of the most important features of the summit was the introduction of the Top Rankers Brilliance Awards for the most brilliant and promising students from various universities and institutes. Five brilliant students had the privilege of interacting in one session with the Chief Guest R.P. Singh, Director HR & Legal, IFFCO Ltd; and Guest Of Honour Sanjay Seth, MD, Hitachi Metals. They were also given monetary awards.

The Sponsors of the summit were LIC, Maruti Suzuki, HP, SAIL, Metro Tyre, Organic Wellness, Bhartiya City, GAIL, INOX and IFFCO Ltd.