PGEMP Alumni Speak

  • Post completion of PGEMP in 2008, I was given the fantastic opportunity of executing one of L&T’s largest export orders. At the age of 38, I moved on to becoming the youngest member of JCB India exec. and in 2014, earned the distinction of being the first non-British Managing Director in JCB UK.

    In this role, literally every day, my learnings at PGEMP help me while meandering my way through the complexities of global business.

    • Mr. Deepak Shetty
    • Batch 8 (2008) – L&T
  • I have been able to apply my learnings at PGEMP in my work and demonstrate to my organisation the improvements this structured education has had on me. This capability addition has earned me the coveted profile of being the only Lady Territory Manager in BPCL currently, in any business.

    • Ms. Mugdha Tandon
    • Batch 47 (2017) - BPCL
  • The PGEMP classroom was a mélange of bright participants of different ages, backgrounds and most importantly different corners of the corporate world. The classroom was more than a place bounded just by syllabus and curriculum. The discussions, debates, case studies were all in themselves an amazing process of learning with inputs of 50-odd students at various designations, handling multifarious portfolios in organizations of so many spheres of industrial world.

    • Mr. Dipanjan Saha
    • Batch 39 (2015)– Tata Motors
  • It is a very well structured programme with carefully chosen course content, assignments and faculty. The faculty have been excellent, very insightful, and encouraged lateral thinking.

    In the flashback I can see that each assignment was designed towards understanding of a concept or towards practical application of it. I could implement many of the concepts in my work.

    • Mr. Ashwani Kumar
    • Batch 38 (2015) - BPCL
  • My project was pertaining to re-invigorating a diversity programme called Tata SCIP (Senior Career Internship Programme) for women professionals. This programme has a brand entity today and has become an ongoing feature in the Tata Group

    • Mr. Hitesh Chugh
    • Batch 18 (2011) – Tata Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.
  • My Capstone project was to develop an entry strategy for Samsung India Electronics for the Indian e-commerce market. With the help of my faculty guide, my company mentor and learnings from the class, I was able to plan and execute the first phase of the project within a couple of months of completing my Capstone project, leading to substantial revenue gain for the company.

    • Mr. Arvind Yadav
    • Batch 47 (2017) – Samsung India Ltd
  • PGEMP has taught me how to stand tall in my company and how to work under pressure. I applied the learnings at PGEMP and was recognized for it and was awarded the best employee in my annual appraisal

    • Mr. Alok Mohanty
    • Batch 54 (2018) – Tata Motors
  • I never believed that management training can score over and improve what we learnt on the job and during our technical training days. SPJIMR has changed my perspective. I can now see a different world of corporate challenges and a new future

    • Mr. Sandesh Ghag
    • Batch 43 (2016) – Sterling & Wilson Ltd. (Shapoorji Pallonji Group)
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  • Post completion of PGEMP in 2008, I was given the fantastic opportunity of executing one of L&T’s largest export orders. At the age of 38, I moved on to becoming the youngest member of JCB India exec. and in 2014, earned the distinction of being the first non-British Managing Director in JCB UK.

    In this role, literally every day, my learnings at PGEMP help me while meandering my way through the complexities of global business.

    • Mr. Deepak Shetty
    • Batch 8 (2008) – L&T
  • I have been able to apply my learnings at PGEMP in my work and demonstrate to my organisation the improvements this structured education has had on me. This capability addition has earned me the coveted profile of being the only Lady Territory Manager in BPCL currently, in any business.

    • Ms. Mugdha Tandon
    • Batch 47 (2017) - BPCL
  • The PGEMP classroom was a mélange of bright participants of different ages, backgrounds and most importantly different corners of the corporate world. The classroom was more than a place bounded just by syllabus and curriculum. The discussions, debates, case studies were all in themselves an amazing process of learning with inputs of 50-odd students at various designations, handling multifarious portfolios in organizations of so many spheres of industrial world.

    • Mr. Dipanjan Saha
    • Batch 39 (2015)– Tata Motors
  • It is a very well structured programme with carefully chosen course content, assignments and faculty. The faculty have been excellent, very insightful, and encouraged lateral thinking.

    In the flashback I can see that each assignment was designed towards understanding of a concept or towards practical application of it. I could implement many of the concepts in my work.

    • Mr. Ashwani Kumar
    • Batch 38 (2015) - BPCL
  • My project was pertaining to re-invigorating a diversity programme called Tata SCIP (Senior Career Internship Programme) for women professionals. This programme has a brand entity today and has become an ongoing feature in the Tata Group

    • Mr. Hitesh Chugh
    • Batch 18 (2011) – Tata Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.
  • My Capstone project was to develop an entry strategy for Samsung India Electronics for the Indian e-commerce market. With the help of my faculty guide, my company mentor and learnings from the class, I was able to plan and execute the first phase of the project within a couple of months of completing my Capstone project, leading to substantial revenue gain for the company.

    • Mr. Arvind Yadav
    • Batch 47 (2017) – Samsung India Ltd
  • PGEMP has taught me how to stand tall in my company and how to work under pressure. I applied the learnings at PGEMP and was recognized for it and was awarded the best employee in my annual appraisal

    • Mr. Alok Mohanty
    • Batch 54 (2018) – Tata Motors
  • I never believed that management training can score over and improve what we learnt on the job and during our technical training days. SPJIMR has changed my perspective. I can now see a different world of corporate challenges and a new future

    • Mr. Sandesh Ghag
    • Batch 43 (2016) – Sterling & Wilson Ltd. (Shapoorji Pallonji Group)
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