Dr. Rameshan addressing the convocation
at Era Business School
Era Business School (EBS), India’s fastest growing B-School in the country, organized its 2nd convocation ceremony for the outgoing batch of 2011-2013 at their Dwarka Campus in a glittering ceremony recently amidst prominent academicians, members of governing body, academic council, faculty, students, proud relatives and parents of the students. Dr. P. Rameshan, Director, Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak, was the chief guest of the ceremony.
The programme started with the invocation of Saraswati, goddess of knowledge, followed by visual captivating recount of the event of the two years of the batch. The audience watched the same with rapt attention and moist eyes as the events unfolded. Thereafter, Diplomas were presented to the successful candidates.
More equal amongst the equals were awarded Prizes for the academic excellence; Ms. Gurleen Kanwal with Gold, Mr. Dinesh Bansal with Silver and Mr. Gaurav Dua with Bronze Medals along with Scholarship Certificates. In all seven meritorious students were awarded scholarships worth Rs. 50,000 each. Awards were also given to Ms Shweta for her summer training project and, Ms. Rituja Pandey for final research project. Ms. Rekha Godara bagged the most coveted Director’s medal for overall excellence.
|Era Business School Convocation Group|
On this momentous occasion, Dr. P. Rameshan, Director, Indian Institute of Management, Rohtak, renowned academician and a mellifluent speaker said “At the onset, I would like to thank Dr. Marwah for inviting me, and I wish a bright future to all graduating students of this batch of ERA Business School. In my long years of experience with IIM, I have witnessed that pedigree of the alma-mater matters little in the corporate world. He amplified by stating that the 15/20 minutes of the interview is more a matter of chance than any other factor. What is important is your attitude and commitment. He added “that you should continuously contribute to your organization’s growth or else you will become irrelevant and may not be required. He further emphasized on some important characteristics for achieving a successful career in the corporate world which included right attitude, proper value system, social commitment and contribution to the society. He reiterated the importance of contributing to the development of one’s organization, the society where we live in and finally the Nation. The gloss and shine of the West should not color the great ethical and cultural values of our country and we should feel proud of being Indians. He specifically referred to IIM Rohtak whose emblem has the National bird of India, the glorious ‘Peacock’ ”. He concluded by saying that whatever position one reaches in life, the institute and the teachers must always be remembered and one should do whatever is possible for the growth of the institute .
A unique oath taking ceremony lead by Brig. (Dr.) A.K. Mehta, Registrar and HOD HR of ERA Business School was one of the highlighting features of the event, wherein all the graduates passing out from ERA Business School took an ‘Oath of a Manager’ and pledged to perform their social and professional responsibilities with greater sense of brotherhood as responsible citizens, towards the progress of the country. In the oath recitation, Prof. Mehta said, “My purpose is to serve the good by bringing together people and resources to create value that no single individual can build alone”, thereby highlighting the value of team working. The event ended up with the Vote of thanks followed by National Anthem.