Induction 2019

Induction Report

Chetana’s R.K Institute of Management and Research organized the Induction Program to welcome the new MMS batch of 2019-21. The new members of Chetana family were brimming with enthusiasm to start the new journey with this prestigious institute. The Chief Guest was none other than our distinguished alumnus Mr. Abhijit Vaidya- Executive Director, Kotak Investment Bank.

The event was graced by our institute dignitaries; Shri. Shridatta Haldankar- President of Chetana’s Trust,  Mr. Nitin Mahajan- Member of Chetana Managing Committee and our proud alumnus, Dr. Madhumita Patil- CEO, CRKIMR & CIMR and Prof. Suhas Gharat- I/C Director CRKIMR,

The event was declared open by I/C Director-Prof. Suhas Gharat, our finance wizard. He spoke about the economic slowdown resulting in degradation of several sectors such as Real Estate and Automobile. However, sir portrayed an optimistic picture that these sectors will gradually level up and there will be ample of opportunities for everyone. Our beloved Dr. Madhumita Patil warmly welcomed and motivated the new batch with her enriching words. Ma’am shared her valuable insights and gave best wishes to succeed in their future endeavors.

Mr. Nitin Mahajan in his encouraging speech to the future managers & entrepreneurs emphasized on the importance of imbibing leadership qualities and persuaded them to be job creators and not seekers in their respective domain.

Mr. Abhijit Vaidya narrated his nostalgic journey during his academic years at CRKIMR and shared valuable lessons which will certainly benefit every Chetnaite. He also shared his experience of 25years in corporate world and highlighted the importance of planning towards achieving one’s goals. His speech was truly inspiring for the upcoming batch and signified that if one wants to learn, no force can stop him from doing so.

Dr. Kavita Khadse summarized the induction program by giving the vote of thanks and wishing the students good luck for their upcoming years with Chetana’s family.





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