IIM Bodh Gaya Third Convocation Hosted,175 Students Conferred DegreesAnisha Mukhija
IIM Bodh Gaya Third Convocation Hosted,175 Students Conferred Degrees
IIM Bodh Gaya hosted its third convocation on April 20 in an online mode owing to pandemic-related safety concerns. A total of 66 students from MBA 2018-20 batch and 109 students from MBA 2019-21 batch were conferred with their MBA degree.
Because of pandemic-related safety issues, the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bodh Gaya’s third convocation was held online on April 20. MBA degrees were conferred on a total of 66 students from the MBA 2018-20 batch and 109 students from the MBA 2019-21 batch. The Chairman’s Gold Medal, Director’s Gold Medal, and Best Student Award were given to deserving students at IIM Bodh Gaya for their academic achievements.
Anchit Kumar received the chairman’s gold medal, while Abhishek Panda and Ravi Shankar Baranwal received the director’s gold medal and the best student award for the 2018-20 batch.
Kunj Tripathi, Mohit Mittal, and Manudhane Abhishek Praful won the chairman’s gold medal, director’s gold medal, and best student award, respectively, among the 2019-21 batch.
The convocation’s chief guest was M Rajeshwar Rao, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. Mr. Rao expressed his thoughts on life’s opportunities, obstacles, and uncertainties in his speech. He urged the young audience to tolerate uncertainty and differences of opinion in the workplace, as well as change, as these traits make people more resilient in dealing with tough circumstances and weathering the storm.
Mr. Rao emphasized the need for group discussion in decision-making. He said, “Being a part of various committees, discussions, and forums at the G-20, BIS, Global Markets Group, etc., we, at RBI, have seen immeasurable value in a collaboration-led policy approach. G-20 did some stellar work while dealing with the aftermath of the global financial crisis by ensuring a coordinated approach between countries.”
Dr. Vinita S Sahay discussed IIM Bodh Gaya’s achievements, including an increase in batch size to 180 students, increased gender diversity, full-time residential Ph.D. students, and the introduction of the IPM curriculum. From the academic session 2021-22, the five-year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM) will begin. With renowned business schools and universities around the world, the institute partnered on student exchange, faculty mobility, and science.