Mangaluru: NIPM student chapter installation programme held at SJEC

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Mangaluru, Feb 14: The department of business administration at St Joseph Engineering College (SJEC), hosted the installation program for the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) student chapter on the February 13. The event aimed to formally establish the NIPM student chapter at the institution and to induct its new members. The programme saw a distinguished array of guests, faculty members, and students in attendance.

The programme commenced with an invocation followed by the lighting of the lamp, symbolizing the dispelling of darkness and the advent of knowledge. Dr Prakash Pinto, dean-MBA, delivered the welcome address, extending warm greetings to all present and emphasizing the significance of the occasion.

P A Jose, the esteemed chief guest, delivered an enlightening keynote address focusing on the evolving landscape of personnel management in the contemporary business environment. His insights into the role of effective human resource management in organizational success resonated strongly with the audience.

This was followed by an address from Steevan Pinto, chairman NIPM Mangalore chapter the guest of honour, who shared valuable experiences and encouraged the students to actively engage with the opportunities provided by the NIPM student chapter. Dr Rio Dsouza, the principal SJEC delivered the presidential remark on the occasion explaining the importance of the initiatives.

The event concluded with a vote of thanks by Rakesh T Lobo HR manager SJEC expressing gratitude to all the guests, faculty members, students, and organizers whose contributions were instrumental in making the program a memorable and impactful one. Komal V was the master of ceremony for the event. Roopesh convener of the programme and the faculty members of the department were present on the occasion.





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