Jaipuria Institute of Management organised its first-ever e-convocation, where 900 plus students from Noida, Lucknow, Jaipur, and Indore campuses graduated. The e-convocation was graced by the presence of the chief guest, Rajnath Singh, Minister of Defense, Government of India.
The program began at 11 am and was attended by the chief guest, chairman, vice chairman, Directors, faculty members, and students through video conferencing. The welcome address was delivered by the Chairman, Sharad Jaipuria. Addressing the students, he said, “I would like to congratulate the graduating students for their hard work and achievements in attaining this postgraduate diploma in management. It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to complete this level of education. This day marks an important stepping stone in your life. As you step out of the parallel learning environment and start your corporate career, there will be no curriculum or grades. Every day is likely to provide a different challenge. You need to remain focused on what you are trying to achieve.”
The welcome address was followed by a short speech by the vice-chairman, Shreevats Jaipuria who shared the progress report of Jaipuria Institute of Management for the year 2019-2020. “Despite the various challenges including the unprecedented spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jaipuria Institutes have shown resilience and adaptability in its response, trying to continuously serve the interests of all its stakeholders especially students in this uncertain time. For most of our students, Jaipuria is the beginning of a corporate career. The institute has achieved placement of over 90% of its students despite the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 crisis since the end of March. Since the lockdown, more than 30 students have been placed. Our team continues to work tirelessly hand-in-hand with the remaining students. I am confident that their aspirations shall soon be met,” he said.
Rajnath Singh exchanged a few words with the students. Congratulating the graduates and motivating them for their future, he said “I convey my best wishes to all the graduates and congratulate them on their efforts and perseverance throughout their educational journey. I am sure the learning provided by Jaipuria Institutes will empower you and give you the strength to face the challenges of the future and sail through them smoothly.”
He emphasised on the the power of youth and mentioned that collaboration and collective efforts will be the key to success. He added that whenever in history the youth has come together, they have created and rewritten the history itself. The usage of technology to invent innovative solutions will become a norm for success. Technology can be a real rescue in difficult and challenging times. So, both technology and youth have immense potential for India.
At Noida campus, 293 students graduated this year. The gold medal in the PGDM program was won by Mudit Joshi while Nitin Goyal was awarded as overall Best Student and Anshika Gupta as the Best women student of the year.
Amongst the 226 students that graduated from Jaipur campus this year, the gold was won by program topper Anoushka Bhatia and the silver went to Srishti Paliwal. At the Indore campus, 127 students graduated this year where the gold medal was won by Amrita Ludhwani and the silver medal was won by Ritu Jagyasi.Posted in Campus, News