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Orientation Ceremony- 2011

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Orientation Ceremony- 2011

  • Date August 8, 2011

The Orientation Ceremony for the 2011-12 batch of students was held on August 8th, 2011. The programme started with a short speech by the Director of ISBF, Dr. Jitin Chadha, who addressed the students about the importance of staying focused on the academic front and seeking new ways to hone their skills to achieve academic excellence. The eminent guests of honour Mr. Sanjeev Bhikhchandani, founder and Executive Vice Chairman, Naukri.com and Dr. Vivek Arora, Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund (IMF) shared their experiences of the practical business world, with the students. Mr. Sanjeev voiced his views on the increasingly important role of students of economics, finance and management in raising the emerging Indian economy to greater heights in the global market. Members of ISBF’s alumni – Ruhani, Neha and Mohit, the latter two currently pursuing their masters level education at the London School of Economics, were also present to share their experiences about their time at the college.This was followed by some wonderful song-and-dance performances and a fun interactive session organized by the senior students. The freshers were also made to cut a special cake welcoming them to the ISBF family. The orientation was a fruitful interaction of young and intellectual minds and solved certain questions arising in the minds of the students. It was a learning experience for old and new students alike.

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