Mohali, April 6:The students of business school, Centre for Management Training and Research celebrated their annual prize distribution function at Makhan Shah Lobana Hall here today.Mr. Vivek Atray, Director of Tourism & Public Relations, UT Administration, who was the chief guest on the occasion, complimented the management for excellence in teaching practices that would give the students a head start in the corporate world. He advised that obtaining a degree is not the end of the road only a milestone and the journey to success would entail continuous learning from experiences.
Mr. Attray gave away prizes to the students for their performance in academics and extra curricular activities, with Ruchika Garg and Rhytheema won the first and second prizes for the overall performance during the academic session 2005-07, while in the fourth semester, Ruchika Garg received the first, and Isha Deep, second prize. Madhuri Khosla and Prakarti Mehta shared the first position while Monika Singla won the second prize, for the 2nd semester,
Mr. Vipin K. Diwan, Director, CMTR, presenting the institute’s Annual Report informed that CMTR is the only private business school north of Delhi to be affiliated with CAT from session 2008, and CAT score will be counted for this year’s admissions.
CMTR has established a successful track record of placement for its students with nearly sixty percent of its students already placed in some of the leading national and international organisations, he added.
Mr. Dewan commended the students for bringing laurel to CMTR in various national level competitions, especially Prakriti and Ankit who won the consolation prize in All India Summer Internship Project competition organised by AIMS International of USA, in Hyderabad in December 2007, while Gaurav and Simerata were shortlisted for the final round for their project papers, in which they were pitted against the participants from IIMs and IITs.
The function witnessed some excellent dance performances by students including saraswati vandana, Rajasthani dance, skits, western dance, and bhangra.