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The Corporate Interaction Cell, aims at creating a platform where industry experts and MBA aspirants of SIBM Hyderabad come together to exchange experiences and learnings and prepare the latter for the corporate world while making SIBM Hyderabad the ideal place to be. With this in mind, we frame our Vision & Mission for the club.
Each step that the club takes will be a foundation stone laid for the future of the institution and the future leaders SIBM Hyderabad will carve. Our mission includes efforts taken to succeed at being the number one platform for experiences and idea’s sharing. We plan on achieving this by:
Each member of the club strives to uphold this vision and mission and works daily & professionally to live up to its belief that SIBM Hyderabad can one day become a hub for ideas and experience sharing.
Corporate Interaction Cell (CIC) of SIBM H has conducted “COLLOQUIUM: HR Conclave” at Hyderabad campus which was a two-day event, with 16 HRs from renowned companies to converge and deliberate on a range of topics. It was a moment filled with pride to have Dr. T.V Rao, Founder and Father of NHRD, as the Chief Guest for the event. Mr. Sushanta Ganguly, VP and Head – Corporate HR of L&T Metro Rail Ltd, Hyderabad, graced the event as Guest of Honour.
Day 1 of the even, first session of the day. Mr.Sushanta Ganguly, commenced the event he gave us a reality check about what the industry expects. Then, we had Dr. T.V Rao, who spoke about how “To make a Difference”, the third speaker of the day was Ms. Pratyusha Sharma, Senior Director – HR, Cognizant; who spoke on “Employee Engagement: As a Strategy”. Then we had Ms. Vanita Datla, Vice Chairperson and Managing Director of Elico, who spoke about Women Empowerment, the discrimination and the problems women face during their careers and also in their personal lives. The Final speaker for the day was Mr. Aniruddha Dasu, Global HR Operations Head of Virtusa Polaris. He spoke on “Importance of Performance Management System, fairness and transparency to retain employees”.
Following the Speeches, we had two very interesting and engaging Panel Discussions, one with the Guest Panellists who were HR Professionals and one with our own students. The Guest Panellists included Mr. Sunil Deshpande (VP – HR, Reliance Jio), Mr. Heinzsten R Peter (Senior Manager – HR, Volvo), Ms. Aparna Reddy (Associate Director HR, Talent Acquisition, and GVK Bioscience) and Ms. Pratyusha Sharma (Senior Director – HR, Cognizant). The theme of their panel discussion was “Women Empowerment: Focus on Women in Communication; remove the concept of “Glass Ceiling Effect” and Equal Pay for women till 2020. The second Panel for the day included, Ms. Khyati Mishra, Mr. Himanshu Satpute, Ms. Ananta Razdana, Mr. Prateek Agarwal, Ms. Debarpita Das and Mr. Waste Omar Khan. The panel had impressed all of the HRs, who was a part of the audience. The theme for the student panel discussion was “In Pursuit of a Strong Performance Management System”. Both of the panels were moderated by Ms. Praia Iyengar, Corporate Lawyer and Arbitrator, Founding Partner, Compass Law Associates.
Day 2 of the event started with great enthusiasm. The first speaker on Day 2 was Mr. Anand Pillai, Managing Director of Leadership Matters Inc, who spoke on “Disruptive HR Technology and their impact on Business and People”. The second speaker for the day was Mr. A.M Rao, VP Corporate, Satyam Ventures Engineering Services Pvt Ltd. He spoke on “Relationship between Corporate Culture and Employee Satisfaction Level”. The third speaker for the day, Mr. Amit Pandey, Senior Director, VP, Head – Procurement, SCM, HR, and Admin, Tikona Digital Pvt Ltd, spoke on “Campus to Corporate”. The final speaker for the day was Dr. Suresh Kumar K, VP HR of Aurobindo Pharma. He spoke on “Employee Relations: Imperatives”.
Day 2, first panel discussion consisted of Guest Panellists, who were Mr. Raghava Avvari (Deputy General Manager HR, IBM), Mr. Emmanuel Gosula (Head – Resource Development, EPAM), Mr. Ramesh Mantana (Senior Business Partner HR, Infosys) and Ms. Priya Iyengar (Corporate Lawyer and Arbitrator, Founding Partner, Compass Law Associates). The theme of their discussion was “Invention with Purpose: Channeling personal passion into work to get maximum outcome; Smart Placement of Employees according to their personal passion”. The second panel discussion consisted of student panellists ; Mr. Sheikh Muhammad Taahir, Ms. Sowmya Vadlamanati, Mr. Pranay Rajani, Ms. Sana Nazneen, and Mr. Achal Shah. The theme of their discussion was “Evolving Roles of HRs in the Contemporary World”.
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