Shri J. M. Garg, Vigilance Commissioner, CVC, attended the function as chief guest • Faculty &Students planted 100 saples trees around the campus area • Renowned Tabla player Sh. Bickram Ghosh and his team, enthralled the guests with his perfor
November 20, 2012 (Newswire) - A frontrunner in the field of management education and considered a premier management institution across the country, Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi, was established in the year 1996 with a vision to be an academic institution of 'first choice' to transform lives that will change the world for the better, at whatever level of human endeavour they are involved.
Asia Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi, celebrated its 16th foundation day with much fanfare. The institute organized tree plantation activity as well as the Staff & students donated items like- books, clothes and other utility goods for the needy children, that will be further donated to NGO called "Goonj". Students also organized cultural activities showcasing their talents. Shri J. M. Garg, Vigilance Commissioner, Central Vigilance Commission, was the chief guest on this occasion while ace Indian table player Sh. Bickram Ghosh, mesmerized the audience with his performance during concert to conclude the two day long foundation day celebration.
Shri A. K. Shrivastava, Chairman, Asia Pacific Institute of Management, welcomed the guests, took them around the campus, and showed them the goods collected by students for the needy children. In addition, he took guests to the tree plantation site where the students had planted 100 trees to celebrate the 16th foundation day of the institute.
Later in his welcome address, Shri Srivastava said, "I am delighted to welcome you all to AIM, which has nurtured and shaped thousands of professionals who are displaying excellence in different business houses not only in India but in foreign countries as well. On the occasion of the 16th foundation day, we pledge to better our own standard thus creating a new benchmark of excellence in the management education industry."
Chief Guest, Shri J. M. Garg, Vigilance Commissioner, CVC, said on this occasion, "Any achievement is a result of team-efforts. It seems that in their combined mission, a concerted effort of the management, faculty and the staff provided the much-needed enabling environment for Asia-Pacific to shape students as future business leaders. This overwhelming success story has been quite commendable and I wish them for their future endaveours"
The foundation day celebration started on 8th November, with motivational speech of Swami Chidrupananda, Director (North Zone), All India Chinmaya Yuva Kendra, Chinmaya Mission. In his speech, Swamiji reminded students to always remember their culture to move forward in life and ways to manage the mind. The speech was followed by cultural performances and competitions by the students, which included- fashion show, dance competition, music round, Ad-Mad, etc.
Ace Indian table player Bickram Ghosh and his band rounded off the two day celebration with a highly entertaining performance of Hindustani classical as well as fusion music. Dr. D. K. Batra, Director, Asia Pacific Institute of Management thanked the guest and students who attended the function.
Considered a premier management institution across the country, Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi, was established in the year 1996. The Institute offers two year full-time AICTE-approved PGDM programmes in General Management, Marketing, International Business, Banking & Financial Services. The Flagship two year full time PGDM programme of Asia Pacific Institute of Management, is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and is accepted by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to MBA degree.