MDP on “Personal Effectiveness”

  for the Registered Union Leaders of NPCIL Tarapur 

organized by MITSkills Innovations

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Group Photo with Plant CMD, GM, DGM, MIT Faculty & Participants

The MDP for registered Union members of NPCIL was organized and successfully executed by MITSkills  on   on 14th Sept  2016 at NPCIL Tarapur .

The overall theme was to impart the contemporary tools and techniques for bringing the effectiveness on professional and personal front.

The Director HR Mr. Sanyal and Head HR. Mr. Parekh interacted one week prior on the exact requirement of training and the training program was designed based on the same.

The CMD Mr. HemanKumar along with the team of DGM and GM inaugurated the program and addressed the gathering on the objective for organizing the same.

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CMD Mr. HemantKumar & MIT faculty

NPCIL nominated selected 35 registered Union members from TAPS 1 & 2 ASSOCIATION & TAPS 3& 4 ASSOCIATION to undergo this specially customized training program .

The program  started at 9:30 am. On 14th With the MITSkills presentation by Prof. Sangeeta Dokey .

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Presentation About MIT Pune

On 14th MITSOT faculty addressed the participants on the following topics like

  1. Present Industrial Relation Scenario
  2. Best Practices in other industries
  3. Organization Beheaviour
  4. Work Culture
  5. Contract Labour Issues
  6. Plant level Employee relation issues
  7. Collective bargaining negotiations
  8. Litigations on IR Issues

The overall training was very interesting & interactive. Variety of activities were planned and executed to attract the maximum involvement of participants. The participants have enjoyed the same thoroughly.

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For valedictory program in the evening the following dignitaries were present

The AGM CMM (Contract and Material) Mr. N Kannan  ,Senior Manager HR Mr. Suresh Suvarna   and DGM Finance Mr. P. K Sahu  , Head HR Mr. Parekh

Selected Participants shared excellent feedback and the learning takeaways with the audience.

The certificates were distributed to the successful participants at the hands of all above dignitaries.

All participants made an appeal to the management present that they would like to undergo such training programs regularly.

MDP  on

“Personal Effectiveness”

  for the SC/ST Employees Welfare Associations of  NPCIL Tarapur  

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The MDP for SC-ST Employees Welfare Associations was organized and successfully executed by MITSkills on 15th at NPCIL Tarapur campus.

The overall theme was to impart the contemporary tools and techniques for bringing the effectiveness on professional and personal front.

The CMD Mr. HemanKumar along with the team of DGM and GM inaugurated the program and addressed the gathering on the objective for organizing the same.

NPCIL nominated selected 25 members for this specially customized training program.

The program started at 9:30 am. On 15th With the MITSkills presentation by Prof. Sangeeta Dokey .

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On 15th MITSOT faculty addressed the participants on the following topics like after the group photograph

  1. Effective Communication & Presentation techniques
  2. Interpersonal Skills
  3. Conflict Resolution
  4. Meaningful branding
  5. Alignment of personal goals with organizational goals & objectives
  6. Overview of SC/ST rules, regulations & Procedures

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The overall training was very interesting & interactive. Variety of activities were planned and executed to attract the maximum involvement of participants. The participants have enjoyed the same thoroughly.

For valedictory program in the evening the following dignitaries were present.

Senior Manager HR Mr. Suresh Suvarna   and DGM Finance Mr. P. K Sahu  , Head HR Mr. Ajay Parekh

Selected Participants shared excellent feedback and the learning takeaways with the audience.

The certificates were distributed to the successful participants at the hands of all above dignitaries.

All participants made an appeal to the management present that they would like to undergo such training programs regularly.

 

VIIIth CONVOCATION – SEPTEMBER 17, 2016

 

The 8th Annual Convocation Ceremony of MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT), for the Batch: 2014-16 students, was held at Sant Dnyaneshwara Hall, MIT College Campus, Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune on 17th September 2016.

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Welcome address by Dr Milind Pande, Project Director MITSOT

Dr. Milind Pande , Project Director, MITOST welcomed the guest and highlighted the various achievements like brand ambassadorship of Digital India, Outstanding Placements and recent developments at the Institution.

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Mr Ninad Karpe, MD & CEO Speech Ltd, Dy Chairman CII Western Region addressing the Convocating students

 

The chief Guest Mr. Mr. Ninad Karpe MD & CEO, Aptech Ltd, Dy. Chairman, CII Western Region complimented MITSOT for its great achievements. He appealed the students to have an open mind, imagination and being ambitious. He threw light on how to dream along with disruption is going to bring the turning point in their life. He urged the students to “Think Big, Think Disruption”. He underlined that the students are fortunate and are privileged to be in the Telecom Sector. He concluded the speech with simple message that student should have self-belief and follow their passion.

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Mr Umesh Durve state CEO Reliance JIO addressing the Convocating students

Mr. Umesh Durve, State CEO, Maharashtra, Reliance Jio, the guest of honour shared his words of wisdom and showed the willingness to help the young minds. He highlighted the opportunities in digital world, staggering data consumption and evolution of connected Intelligence.

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Mr Vibhu Dewan Director _HR, Nielsen India addressing the Convocating students

Mr. Vibhu Dewan, Director – HR, Nielsen India complimented for its various achievements. He reinforced the importance of continuous learning, dignity in work, discovering the virtues and challenging oneself.

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Dr Vishwanath D Karad ,Founder & Executive President , MAEER’s MIT Pune addressing the Convocating students

Dr. Vishwanath D Karad, Founder- President and Director General, MAEER’s MIT Pune, presided over the ceremony. He first of all congratulated the parents, awardees and all the post-graduating students. He reminded that the words of Swami Vivekananda will be realised in the 21st Century and India will be emerge as the Knowledge corridor of the world. This will be the century of mother India. He also said that religion is nothing but performing one’s duties. Religion is simply a way of life. The whole universe is the manifestation of pure intelligence and pure consciousness. He concluded that Union of Science and Spirituality alone will bring peace to the mankind. Dr. Karad dwelled upon the need for research on understanding networking and chemistry of minds. He urged the students to be physically fit, mentally alert, spirituality elevated, and intellectually sharp. The passing out students were blessed by the Founder & Executive President of MAEER’s MIT, Pune, Hon. Dr Vishwanath. D. Karad, in his Presidential Speech.

The ceremony was graced by stalwarts from the Industry, Academia and Digital and Print Media besides Alumni participants of MITSOT.

The function was attended by the both visiting and regular faculty members, non-teaching staff & students of the Institution.

The number of students who were awarded Degree Certificates at this convocation was 100. Besides the award of degree at the Institute, students were also awarded various prizes and medals for their meritorious and extracurricular performance. This reciprocal speech was given by Mr. Shekhar Bhalsingh and Mr. Rahul Sharma.

Press Media

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MITSOT to organize a Conference focusing on Digital Healthcare

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Around the world governments have realized that the economic growth of a country cannot be achieved without healthier citizens and a disease-free society. India’s phenomenal economic growth in the last decade has improved overall health standards in the country. Despite making significant improvements in health outcomes such as lowering of infant mortality rate (IMR) and maternal mortality rates (MMR), and polio eradication, the country continues to suffer from inequities and inefficiencies.

As the world pivots closer to the ‘virtualization of care’, amazing breakthroughs occur erasing the healthcare boundaries and enabling care through mobile, digital, and wireless technologies.Digital health technologies have the potential to transform the way healthcare is delivered and help governments analyze Big Data to identify unmet needs and measure outcomes in a precise manner. mHealth applications can be a game changer for the Indian healthcare sector.

This Conference aims to focus on some of the aforementioned technologies and advances in the field of healthcare such as Digital Health, mHealth & eHealth, Health IT, Telehealth & connected health, EHR/EMR, Sensors & Wearables, Big Data & Analytics etc. This will be achieved by expert panel discussions, presentations as well as Startup Demos.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CONFERENCE

  • Participation of leading doctors as well as senior professionals from Pharma, Healthcare, IT & Telecom sectors including Hospital Administrators & Mobile App Developers.
  • Live product demonstrations at the Conference venue in the field of sensors, wearable, health and wellness apps, EHR/MHR, mHealth & eHealth initiatives etc.
  • Participation of final year students from MIT Group of Institutions as well as other concerned engineering, science, computer applications, telecom, medical, pharmacy, pathology and biomedical colleges from in & around Pune
  • Competitions such as Idea Competition, Poster Competition, mHealth App Development Competition etc. for students.

For more information, please contact   Mr. Umesh Chande, Sr. Manager – Corporate Relations, MITSOT on 9967505355 /umesh.chande@mitsot.com

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Dr Milind Pande, Project Director MITSOT addressing the press conference on Digital Health Consultation.
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Developing a Competitive Workforce for Technology of the Future

Management Development Programme with
PROF. DR. SURESH BORKAR

Faculty Member, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, USA

Friday, 12th August 2016 : Hotel President, Pune

The 6th edition of the Management Development Programme with Prof. Dr. Suresh Borkar, Faculty Member, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, USA was held on Friday, 12th August 2016 at Hotel President in Pune. Dr. Borkar was Former Managing Director and Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Tata Lucent Telecom Joint Venture and Lucent India Inc. The theme of this year’s MDP was “Developing a Competitive Workforce for Technology of the Future”.sbwks_2

The focus of the MDP was on need for developing comprehensive interdisciplinary thematic expertise in our engineers and managers for business success in the industry of the future. Looking at the current fast changing technological scenario, it was felt that the workforce needs to be imparted with multi-disciplinary and broad-based knowledge not only in the technology issues but also in societal and legal challenges associated with the business environment of the future. Moreover, in order for the Indian industry to compete successfully and excel in the competitive global environment, it is an imperative for managers and engineers to effectively initiate and manage the technology of the future.

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The theme was relevant for across industry sectors like IT, Telecom, Manufacturing, Engineering, Services etc. as well as for academicians. Over 40 senior professionals from Industry representing organizations such as Infosys, Idea Cellular, Vodafone, Samsung India, Tech Mahindra, Sharp India, Persistent Systems, ThyssenKrupp Industries, Vishay Components India, Hyundai Construction Equipment, NCORD Healthcare, Greenlight Technologies, Market Intelligence & Consulting, JBM MA Automotive, Opine Group, Sigma OSS Systems, Synthesys Solutions etc. and from leading educational institutions like University of Pune, NBN Sinhagad School of Management Studies actively participated in the highly interactive programme. Lots of queries & questions were posed relating to Security & Privacy Issues, Data management, Smart Cities, Legal & Ethical Issues with respect to Advances in Artificial Intelligence, Managing Transformative & Disruptive Technologies etc.

During the interaction, Dr. Borkar touched upon on key areas such as Use of Innovative Technologies in the Smart Cities Concept, IOT, Requirements for Smart Solutions, Technology Enablers, Innovative Software Development, Open Hardware Development etc. He also discussed the changing relationship between University & Industry and how balance between Inter-disciplinary Breadth and Deep Technical Excellence in Selected Areas is the need of the hour. He also focused on the importance of Technology-mediated learning, leveraging Information and Communications Technologies, Computer and Internet-based instruction as well as access to instructional materials any time, any place.

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The overall feedback at the end of the session was that it was a great learning for all those who were present & that these kind of sessions will certainly go a long way in enhancing the continuous engagement between institutions like MITSOT and the Industry.

Earlier, Dr. Milind Pande, Project Director, MITSOT felicitated Dr. Borkar and remarked on his long association with MITSOT over the past many years.

 

Sessions of International Faculty, Dr. Suresh Borkar, from Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, for MITSOT students

Students at MIT School of Telecom Management, started their third semester with the series of lectures by an eminent International faculty in the field of Telecommunications, Prof. Dr. Suresh Borkar, from Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago on Telecom from 8th to 12th of August, 2016.

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These sessions help the students at MITSOT in understanding the potentials relating to ICT on various forums and the aptitudes of the telecom industry, globally.

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Dr. Borkar interacted with students on various aspects of Telecommunications, Market Development, Product Development (PD), Systems Engineering (SE), Design, Testing and Verification, First Office Application (FOA), Performance Optimization, and Service Provisioning and Management, Architecture Finalization, Design Steps, Site Testing, Performance Optimization, Network Management, and Customer Management of Current and Upcoming Telecom Networks.

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Dr. Borkar also had a session on “The Overview on Telecom Technologies” for the First year Junior System students of Batch 2016-18, on 12th August, 2016.

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These sessions are a great learning experience for the students of both the batches, respectively. With Dr. Borkar’s wide-ranging knowhow on Telecommunication and related interdisciplinary fields, it has helped students to broaden their understanding towards such vast domain.

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In order for the Indian industry to compete successfully and excel in the competitive global environment, it is an imperative for managers and engineers to effectively initiate and manage the technology of the future. Broad application of such technologies across India will be a great leveler for closing the rural and urban technology divide. Key areas of development in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry are likely to be driven by smart city, Internet of Things (IOT), and ubiquitous computing applications.

This will entail acquisition, processing / analysis, communication, and dissemination of large amounts of heterogeneous data. Major areas of coverage and challenges are in managing the multimedia data and traffic; integrating distributed heterogeneous and dynamic databases; understanding scientific, social, legal, and human behavior aspects of smart city technologies; designing and realizing ubiquitous and pervasive networking infrastructure, handling trust-worthy embedded systems, and formulating technology/human friendly policies.

This MDP will focus on need for developing comprehensive interdisciplinary thematic expertize in our engineers and managers for business success in the industry of the future. The workforce needs to be imparted with multi-disciplinary and broad-based knowledge not only in the technology issues but also in societal and legal challenges associated with the business environment of the future. 

The workforce will be required to successfully manage transformative and disruptive technologies, collaboration building, Entrepreneurship, and succeeding in an environment of multidisciplinary global and diverse teams. The attributes of influencers and change agents will be covered as India and the rest of the world marches relentlessly towards the smart technologies of the future.

We take this opportunity to invite you and your concerned colleagues to this interaction. To defray the event costs, a nominal delegate fee of Rs. 750/- (inclusive of all taxes) is being charged. 3 or more delegates from the same organization will be entitled to a 10% discount. Kindly note that prior registration is essential. For more information on the event, you are welcome to contact the Event Coordinator Mr. Umesh Chande on 9967505355 / umesh.chande@mitsot.com.

MITSOT’s World Telecom Day 2016 & Startup Awards Programme

We are pleased to inform you that the World Telecom 2016 & Presentation of MITSOT Startup Awards Programme was successfully held yesterday on Friday, 22nd July at Swami Vivekanand Hall. We had participation from over 500 students from  MIT Group of Institutions (MITSOT, MITCOE, MACS, MAE Alandi, MIT) as well as from other leading institutes from around Pune (Sinhagad College of Engineering, Pune Institute of Computer Technology (PICT) & Kesari College). We also had the benefit of participants from the startup community & industry.

There were 9 recipients of the Awards in fields of Innovation in IT & Training, Telecom Technology & IOT, Financial Technology in Education, Health Tech, Agri-Tech etc. In fact, we are pleased to inform you that couple of these award winning startups have been initiated by alumni of MIT Group of Institutions (one from MITCOE & one from MITSOT).

The objective of this initiative this year was to bring together different stakeholders in the startup ecosystem as well as concerned Industry members on a common platform and also stimulate dialogue for the benefit of the management students from MIT Group of Institutions & other engineering as well as management colleges from in & around Pune.

The Chief Guest of the programme was Mr. A. G. Rao, Group Managing Director, Manpower Group (an MNC with 3,100 offices in 80 countries; 3.4 million individuals placed into jobs annually & 600,000 associates on assignment each day and 400,000 clients worldwide). The Guest of Honor was Dr. Girish Chowdhary, (Ph.D from IIT Madras) Director and Professor, School of Computational Science, SRTM University, Nanded. Amongst the notable Special Invitees present was Prof. Dr. Arun Jamkar, Former Vice Chancellor, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences

​A Panel discussion focusing on Indian Startup – Challenges & Opportunities was one of the highlights of the event. The panel discussion had the benefit of eminent experts like :

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  • Mr. Vikrant Bhujbalrao, Head, 111 Startups
  • Mr. Altaf Rehmani, Founder, Pune Angels Network
  • Ms. Pradnya Godbole, CEO, deAsra Foundation (an initiative of Dr. Anand Deshpande, MD & CEO, Persistent Systems)
  • Mr. Pritam Parvatkar, Sr. Vice President and Global Head – Alliances & Partnerships, Tech Mahindra
  • Prof. Manish Patil, Director, MIT-TBI and
  • Mr. Rishi Kapal, Chief Executive, EduGild (Panel Moderator)

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Presentation of Startup Award to Mr. Francesco Stasi of CodersTrust

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Mr. Amol Patkar, Founder & Director, Fundamentor

chaitanya“India's fastest growing marketplace for creative learning experiences”
Mr. Chaitanya Salgarkar, CEO & Ms. Renu Salgarkar, COO, Classboat.com

Makarand“Real Time Location Services” Mr. Makarand Hardas, Director of Technology, BlueRadianz

Mandar“Creating a common digital platform to connect Farmers, Customers, Wholesalers & Retailers to buy / sell vegetables, fruits, cereals, pulses,spices, flowers etc.” Mr. Mandar Joglekar, Founder & CEO, Farmers Org

Pavneet“A Global Platform for Virtual & Remote Labs” Mr. Pavneet Singh, Co-Founder, VRLAB Technologies Pvt Ltd

Prakash“Use of technology to create an Innovative “eHealth Card”, a unique personalized Health Data Management Tool” Mr. Prakash Loharkar, Managing Director, NCORD Healthcare LLC

swpnil“Transforming Real World into Digital World consisting of Online Shopping, Mobile application and software solutions” Mr. Swapnil Joshi, Founder, Nysa Infotech

Media Coverage

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World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) 2016

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Every year, International Telecommunication Union (ITU) organizes World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) with an objective to help raise awareness of the possibilities that the use of the Internet and other Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can bring to societies and economies, as well as of ways to bridge the digital divide.

Since its inception in 2007, MIT Pune’s MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT), Pune has been taking forward this vision by celebrating this important initiative and awarding leading ICT players for their outstanding contributions in their respective fields.

This year, taking a cue from ITU’s WTISD theme for 2016, MITSOT has formulated the theme for this year’s initiative as “ICT Entrepreneurship for INDIA Impact”. Moreover, the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi too had this year in his Independence Day speech announced the “Start-up India” initiative. This initiative aims at fostering entrepreneurship and promoting innovation by creating an ecosystem that is conducive for growth of Start-ups. The objective is that India must become a nation of job creators instead of being a nation of job seekers.

Taking forward this thought, this year, MITSOT will be felicitating and awarding the initiatives of few such startups who have leveraged ICT & created an Impact in their respective domains. In fact, we are pleased to inform you that couple of these award winning startups have been initiated by alumni of MIT Group of Institutions. These are in the fields of Innovation in IT & Training, Telecom Technology & IOT, Financial Technology in Education, Health Tech etc.

The objective is to bring together different stakeholders in the startup ecosystem as well as concerned Industry members on a common platform and also stimulate dialogue for the benefit of the management students from MIT Group of Institutions & other engineering as well as management colleges from in & around Pune. These students will soon be embarking on their careers in the coming couple of years and some of them will also be aspiring to become future entrepreneurs. This initiative will add immense value to their career outlook & help them plan accordingly.

We take this opportunity to invite you to participate in this initiative & also benefit from the panel discussions, case studies as well as the Awards presentation scheduled on Friday, 22nd July 2016 at Swami Vivekanand Hall, MIT Campus, Kothrud Pune from 1400 hrs. to 1830 hrs.

Kindly note that though there are no delegate fees, prior registration is essential. For more information on the event, you are welcome to contact the Event Coordinator Mr. Umesh Chande on 9967505355 / umesh.chande@mitsot.com.

MITSOT – Ranked in the Super League In B School Rankings by Business Standard

It’s the repetition of success that leads to belief. MIT School of Telecom- pioneer in Techno-Management Education has been listed in the class of 2016(Top  Private B-Schools in India) by Business Standard. On this moment of Pride we take this opportunity to thank all our students, staff members because of whom this was possible. Above all we would like to thank Visionary Leader Prof. Dr.Sunil Karad and Founder President Dr.V.D Karad Sir, for recognizing the potential in Telecom sector and setting up this meritorious institute

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This hasn’t been easy though. From being labeled as an unconventional career few years back to now being celebrated as one of the most key career options Telecom today drives India’s growth. And MITSOT has played a pivotal role in manufacturing and nurturing talent to drive India into the future of communications. A part of the well known MAAER’s MIT Group of Institutions , MITSOT is the first Telecom Institute in India to be accredited with Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) along with TSSC certified pool of faculties offering skill certifications namely Territory Sales Manager ( Broadband & Prepaid) & Customer Sales Manager to name few.

With India’s ambitious digital India program, telecom sector is ready for yet another leap. What industry needs is not just talent, but industry ready talent and this what MITSOT brings to the table. With flagship telecom programs and events, international faculties delivering full-fledged courses through their industry expertise. massive Open Online courses inculcated in the academic pedagogy , MITSOT is an institute that has excelled to redefine telecom academics. With practical experience of installing system hardware and developing mobile based applications ,the students of this institute  have developed entrepreneurship  skills .

Team MITSOT believes in “learning is not only about solving academic questions but to solve the challenges world is facing and make a lasting impact.”

 
 

Winning Recipes to serve your customers

MDP organized by MITSOT
for the Middle managers of Redington India.

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The MDP for middle managers of Redington India on  “Winning Recipes to serve your customer” was successfully conducted on 10th and 11th June 2016 at MITSOT.

Redington approached placement Head at MITSOT with the objective of conducting the training program for the selected employees in order to build a leadership pipeline for the organization.

The overall theme was to impart the contemporary tools and techniques for handling the clients successfully which would result in the growth of the business.

Prior to training there was detailed interaction between faculty of MITSOT and DGM training and development, Redington about the contents to be delivered and the expected approach in delivery. The program was customized as per the requirement.

Redington selected 30 middle managers to undergo this specially customized training program .

The MDP started at 9:30 am. On 10th With the MITSOT presentation. The Project Director Dr. Milind Pande addressed the gathering by welcoming Redington team on campus.

On 10th & 11th the MITSOT faculty addressed the participants on topics like Power of Selling, Customer Centric Selling, Selling skills, Credit management, Channel Management, effective communications skills .Professional etiquettes, personality development sessions named as Reflection: The way to excellence, discovering yourself  &  learn to lead. Lot of activities and games giving specific learning outcome also were part of training.

The overall training was very interactive with the involvement of high level of participation from the participants.

The DGM Redington along with all participants highly appreciated the program with the aspiration of attending variety of other modules once again at MITSOT.