On 9th January 2015, the Indo-German Training Centre achieved a new milestone by launching its One-Year Executive Business Management Programme in Pune. The first batch comprises of 46 managers, nominated by leading German companies in Pune such as Bosch Chassis Systems India Ltd., Bosch Ltd., Brose India Automotive Systems Pvt. Ltd., Flux Pumps India Pvt. Ltd., Fristam Pumps (I) Pvt. Ltd., INA Bearings India Pvt. Ltd., KSB Pumps Ltd., Maharashtra Multi Distributors Ltd., Mercedes Benz India Pvt. Ltd., Terragni Consulting Pvt. Ltd., Vedic Pac Systems Pvt Ltd., Volkswagen India Pvt. Ltd. and Wirtgen India Pvt. Ltd.
The inauguration was done by Mr. Tapan Singhel – President, Indo-German Chamber of Commerce and Managing Director and CEO, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co in the presence of Mr. Michael Ott, Deputy Consul General, German Consulate General, Mr. Devdutta Chandavarkar, Vice President-After-Sales and Retail Training, Mercedes Benz India and Mr. Peter Raussendorf, Executive Director-Human Resources, Volkswagen India, who attended as Special Guests on the Dais. Mr. Bernhard Steinruecke, Director General, IGCC, Mr. Zubin Kabraji, Regional Director, IGCC and Ms. Radhieka R Mehta, Director, IGTC hosted the event. The audience comprised of the EBMP participants along with senior HR and Business Heads of all sponsoring companies and some faculty members.
As a special part of the agenda, Mr. Amit Rane, Head of Quality Assurance Components at Volkswagen India relived his past experience as an IGTC EBMP participant of Mumbai Batch 2010-2011 and shared his career growth thereof. Dr. Harkant Mankad, Academic Faculty at IGTC also welcomed the incoming participants to the learning path. It was a lovely evening filled with enthusiasm and aspirations for the year ahead.
Lectures on Managerial Economics began on the weekend of 10th and 11th January 2015. The vibrant batch looks forward to their learning journey on the note, “The capacity to learn is a gift, the ability to learn is a skill, the willingness to learn is a choice!”