• Rajiv Damani

    Rajeev is a seasoned Product Management professional with ~9 years of experience in area of Retail & SCM and is currently working as a Sr. Product Manager with Amazon. Prior to Amazon, he has worked with Cognizant Business Consulting and Tata Consultancy Services. He is an MBA with specialization Retail & Merchandising.

    Rajeev has Experience & Subject Matter Expertise in following areas in Retail SCM:

    • Omni-channel Sourcing & Fulfillment (BOPIS, Ship from Store, Direct Ship etc)
    • Order Management System
    • Transportation Management System for Retail (Inbound & Outbound)
    • Reverse Logistics for Retail
    • Replenishment
    • Retail Inventory Management
    • Last Mile Delivery

    His techno-functional skills include:

    • Product Management
    • Business Analysis - Requirements Elicitation, Documentation & Management.
    • Waterfall Software Development Life Cycle
    • PO for Agile Development - Backlog Prioritization & Management, User Story creation.
    • Leading Agile teams, Business Demo, User Story acceptance.
    • Business Process Mapping - Current Vs. Future, Re-engineering.
    • Gap Analysis, Option Analysis, Feasibility Study
    • Test Management, Strategy, Review, Documentation & User Acceptance Testing
    • Presales, Proposals, Bid Management, RFX Responses.

    He has global exposure and has worked for leading Multichannel Retailers in US, UK & Europe. He brings with him detailed understanding of end to end processes in Retail & SCM.

    Rajiv Damani

    Business Analyst Tata Consultancy Services Limited

  • Kushal Abrol

    The trust that comes along with the Birla brand and positively inclined feedback from some known seniors was something that made me go for BIMTECH in the first place.

    My likings about my Programme A comprehensive curriculum that was wisely spread over a period of 18 months. BIMTECH has an eclectic set of faculties who mentor students with intense dedication towards realizing their potential and expanding their boundaries. The co-curricular activities and clubs like Majlis-the debating club and other conduits give great opportunities to students to face their hidden fears and overcome challenges.

    First and foremost, the introspective nature of teaching that ingrained the skill to ask the right questions in any kind of problem situations. The opportunities that I got in various events really helped me to open up as an individual. And most importantly, BIMTECH taught the important lesson that to progress in any setup, people skills matter as much as one’s technical skills.

    abrol.kushal@gmail.com

    Kushal Abrol

    Account Strategist Google India Private Limited

  • Ms. Kamalika (Titan-HR)

    Ms. Kamalika (Titan-HR)

    What Industry have to say regarding On the Job Training

  • Bipin Kumar

    It feels good to be on the other side of the table and looking forward for a better career ahead and for my career the applause should go to my Alma Mater BIMTECH, whose continuous support and guidance led me through my way and today I confidently stand up and throw challenges in this corporate world. I got placed from the campus into PNB Housing Finance in 2013 and now just after a year the accomplishments are better to be called good. Brick by brick as they say has laid the foundation of my life and nurtured the blossom to flourish the vision of growth and sustainability.

    Thanks a lot BIMTECH of the things you gave that will be engraved to my life forever

    Bipin Kumar

    Regional Business Head

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  • Ruchi Khanna

    A spring of learning, exposure and opportunities at the prudential foundation.

    “In the era of globalization and as part of millennial generation it is very important to have global exposure. This experience at DC provided me with the right platform to be a global citizen in true essence.”

    This Spring was highly enriching and eventful. I got selected for the highly competitive scholarship by The Prudential Foundation in Washington DC. I was fortunate to be a part of The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program. The objective of this program is to select a total of 20 students from universities in Brazil, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, and Taiwan. This program is managed by The Washington Center for internships and academic seminars.

    As Washington DC has the maximum number of international non- profit organizations in the world, it was an ocean of opportunities for me. I got a chance to intern at the Regional Office (for the Americas) of the World Health Organization. This experience earned me a wonderful opportunity to work with the United Nations system.

    This experience has proved to be the beginning of my journey of becoming a working professional from a post graduate student. It has given me an ideal platform to interact with people from all parts of the world and understand the matters of global interest. This has enhanced my learning abilities and has encouraged my inquisitiveness. This experience motivated me to do something extraordinary for the community as well. It got me involved in projects for the benefit of the society. Furthermore, The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program provided me the opportunity to develop my leadership skills, study, intern and network.

    Furthermore, it helped me to get a global outlook in a vibrant international city. I have made full use of the opportunities of exposing myself to the world’s leading think tanks as well as academic researchers, thus broadening my thinking horizons. Through a whole semester’s intensive guidance, I learned a great deal. Along with the internship, workshops at the Washington Center have been greatly beneficial and the academic course “Global Markets and International Business” has been both entertaining and enlightening.

    The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program has been the most logical extension of my academic pursuits and a major step towards achieving my objectives. The most wonderful and unique thing that can only happen if you are part of Prudential scholarship is valuable experiences during our trip to Prudential company’s headquarter. It was a pleasure to know insights of CEO and other executives on how to achieve success in life, women at leadership positions, International business, how to use corporate social responsibility as a competitive advantage for the organization. This guided me in understanding the expectation set of industry from young professionals.

    Also, studying, learning and interning at Washington DC provided me with an opportunity to understand how DC influences world politics. In the era of globalization and as part of millennial generation it is very important to have global exposure. This experience at DC provided me with the right platform to be a global citizen in true essence.

    I fervently believe that all the experiences and learning would guide me to achieve success. Integration of all the knowledge that I gained over past few months would be a major step towards streamlining my career path. It has helped in fostering intellectual partnerships. It has made me a part of international clan of qualified professionals. I surely see this opportunity as a stepping stone in my life. I am truly grateful to BIMTECH, my alma mater for providing me this opportunity.

    Ruchi Khanna

    Business Analyst at Tata Consultancy Services

  • Ayush Palod

    Metcash
    Business Consultant / Enterprise Business Analyst with experience on large scale Business Change & Transformation Projects across Retail, Consumer Goods, Telecom & Energy business domains.

    My experience & career interest gravitates around Business Transformation & Re-engineering, Business Process Optimization, Solution Consulting & integrating Business processes using Enterprise Applications & Business Analytics.

    Carrying recognized capabilities to deliver critical & pilot Business projects for accelerating Business growth or increasing Organization sustainability, I aspire to be a Global Management & Business Transformation Consultant.

    An exposure to Programme Management & Programme Management Office, Pre-Sales & Business Development supplements a rich cross functional experience spanning US, UK, Europe & Australia geographies.

    Being highly articulate, I demonstrate exceptional relationship building, communication, decision making and interpersonal skills across all levels including management, employees and external partners.

    With strong team management, client management and problem solving expertise, I strategically lead and manage cross functional teams - from planning through execution and completion.

    Expertise / Skillsets :

    • Strategic and Operational Performance improvement
    • Business Transformation / Process Consulting / Process Re-Engineering
    • Programme Management & Governance
    • Excellence across Agile & Waterfall Delivery models
    • Enterprise & Solution architecture
    • Retail – multi-channel, eCommerce (B2B & B2C), Marketplace
    • Loyalty management systems
    • Rich Digital / Online / UX Experience
    • Point of Sale Implementation, POS integration with Enterprise Systems
    • Supply Chain – Order Management, Inventory Management, Warehouse Operations, Inbound & Outbound Logistics
    • Application Integration (Oracle Fusion - SOA, TIBCO, Mule)

    Ayush Palod

    Vendor Manager, Apparels at Cloudtail India Private limited

  • Mahima Kapoor

    The International Office at BIMTECH, provides all second year students the opportunity to apply for The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program. Through this program, The Washington Centre for Internships and Academic Seminars offers 20 scholarships sponsored by The Prudential Foundation to students from universities in Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. The program components include an Internship with private, non-profit, governmental and non- governmental sectors, an Academic course, a Leadership Forum and a Civic Engagement Project. It helps students gain valuable experience and insight into possible career paths.

    Due to an overwhelming response from students, resulting in an increasing number of applications every year, TWC puts students through a rigorous application process. After the first stage of application in BIMTECH, only a few students move to the second stage and apply to TWC. After thorough assessment, successful applicants are then contacted for a telephonic interview, followed by a face to face interview. As a final year student, I find myself standing at the cusp of a transition from being a student to being part of the corporate environment. This internship holds for me, the promise of learning more, from some of the best minds in business and its management. TWC, with its vast network across the world would give me the opportunity to interact with people across cultures and develop my interpersonal skills while working with them. I had applied to the program with a dream to experience the diversity and global exposure that TWC is revered for and cannot wait to live the dream.

    I am extremely grateful to the International Office for giving me this platform and esteemed faculty members for their support, blessings and belief. I am looking forward to my semester in Washington and would encourage all the first year students to apply for the program in the coming year.”

    Mahima Kapoor

    Experiencing Diversity

  • Shivangi Singla

    DREAM COME TRUE!

    I faced my first job interview with Deloitte and being able to clear the interview in the first attempt has really added to my self-confidence. Being among the first ones in the college to be placed is an entirely different feeling. It took time for the feeling to sink in.

    Deloitte is one of the best companies that visits the BIMTECH campus and moreover it was my dream company. Interactions with the faculty and seniors reassured that I had chosen the right target and they have been very supportive and guided persistently to help me achieve my goal. Teachers have always been there when I had a query or needed a chat or a mentor to offer advice. I had a clear focus towards Deloitte. I worked hard to maintain a good CGPA and a balance between academics and extra-curricular activities which I feel is very important. The workshop conducted by the company helped each one of us prepare in a better manner.

    On the day of the selection process, the announcement by the company HR that they have just 3 offers for BIMTECH had left all of us anxious. But once the results were announced, I realised that the ball was in my court now. All the work had crystallized into that one amazing moment in time. It was a dream come true. I made my parents and teachers proud and proved myself that I deserved it.

    Now I feel really relieved of a big tension and it makes me feel independent. It is going to be my first job and I feel really excited that I will get to work with different kinds of people.

    I would like to thank BIMTECH for providing me with this wonderful opportunity. It is really nice to work for a company you can feel proud of.

    Shivangi Singla

    PGDM 13-15

  • Debal Rishi Banerjee

    Its location in the NCR area with proper affiliation from AICTE. The Birla group being a pioneer of the institution. Along with studies, opportunities given for extra curricular activities and scope of Student Exchange Programme.

    My likings about my Programme

    PGDM has given us immense scope to know and study management and acquire practical experience. Guided by expert professors and ex CEOs of Companies, we studied management through case studies, seminar presentation, organizing summits and programmes and interacting with professionals.

    My key takeaways

    Apart from my takeways in acadamic fields through professional exposure in learning management, my extra-curricular activities too have helped me a lot. Being the secretary of the Debating society has taught me man and event management, Student Exchange Programme has given me an international exposure. Being a member of CCR, has helped me to interact with the corporates at student level itself.

    Debal Rishi Banerjee

    Senior Manager, Sales & BD, Group and Partnership Distribution, DHFL-Pramerica Life Insurance Co. Lt

  • ARCHIT KHANDUJA

    PREPARED BY: ARCHIT KHANDUJA, ANSHUL MASIH & ADITI KUMARI (PGDM, SECTION A)

    The Industrial visit being the one of the first out of campus activity since our orientation brought us into a real and new world of Industry interfacing and practices. The news made us to think more about what we could gain from an industry being a management student. The experience which we had on site cleared all the thoughts. Few critical processing steps which we noticed at the site of dairy production are worth mentioning:

    • Sequencing and ordering: As the first step of processing, cans weighing 44-45 litres are sent into the processing unit, through a conveyer belt. The machine and labour are so Organised that not single can gets disordered.The milk is procured from village level groups (VLG) and farmer level group (FML). Takeaway for the students: Organising yourself from the very first day is the first step of success ladder.
    • Initial testing: The cans entering in a sequence are tested and weighed for ethyl alcohol content, taste, flavour, or any other abnormality. The billing to the supplier is done on this testing basis. The next tests are clot and boil test (COB), fat test (CLR) and then the milk is sent to chillers which had the capacity of 10,000 litres per hour. Takeaway for the students: A person with true capability is never afraid of tests.
    • Pasteurization: In the pasteurization unit milk is boiled and cooled to match the required purity standards. Next it is sent to low fat and high fat separation units.
    • Final testing: Once the milk is processed, before conversion to final products it is tested for bacteria or any impurity. Takeaway for the students: A solid foundation is a guarantee of building above.
    • Milk products:
      • Curd& butter milk: Milk is fermented and sent to incubation centres with different temperatures -5 degree Celsius and 43 degree Celsius.
      • Ghee and butter: Milk is sent to centrifugal machines where fat separates out completely, and then for the production of ghee it is sent to Ghee settling tank(GST), and part for butter production, and finally for packaging.
      • Paneer: Paneer processing takes place separately and sequentially packed and supplied.
      • Flavoured milk: The most delicious category of the products of the dairy is one of the final products.
    • Milk powder: The powder production unit is the most rigorous process of dairy as it changes the state of milk completely. The processing units are very noisy but truly efficient. Takeaway for the students: You never know how much potential you have until you start exploring.
    • Packaging: The final products are packaged in packaging centres at about -1 degree Celsius.

    SUPPLY CHAIN: Demand- Procurement -Testing & processing -Packaging- Distribution

    ARCHIT KHANDUJA

    SECTION A

  • Vismit Varshney

    “We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney

    We were privileged to get to visit the Paswara Paper Mill, where Kraft Paper and Paper Boards are produced. Many of us haven’t visited such a huge plant before, so they got to witness the mill, know about the functioning of it, and what all problems they face every day.

    Paswara Papers Lt. is a Paswara Group company based in India. It was established at Mohiuddinpur, Dt. Meerut (U.P) in 1984, having two manufacturing lines and presently producing Kraft Paper and Paper Board to cater the Speciality Paper Market in India. It produces:

    • Kraft Paper:
      • GSM Range- 80 to 150
      • In different B.F Range
    • Paper Board:
    • GSM Range- 200 to 550
    • In different B.F Range
    • Well suited for paper cones, Paper Tubes with high Ply Bonds.

    The company has an authorized capital of Rs 50, 00, 00,000 and paid-up capital of Rs 28, 19, 11,500.The Company has currently 6 directors and falls under the jurisdiction of Registrar of Company-Kanpur. The water treatment practices of the plant were fascinating to see. The scrap paper that they are left with at the end of a cycle is converted back to pulp and used again for making paper. This taught us how to efficiently and responsibly use resources.

    We would like to thank the Bimtech family for providing us this opportunity and look forward even more visits in the near future.

    Vismit Varshney

    CR, PGDM-D

  • Rakshit Raina

    On the 20th of July, the students of PGDM (Section–C) visited the manufacturing plant of Indian Yamaha Motors (IYM), located in Surajpur, Greater Noida. The first industrial trip organized for the first year students PGDM not only proved to be insightful, but also highly thought-provoking. The visit ascertained the emphasis and value of practical knowledge that Bimtech so proudly focusing on for years.

    The visit began with an introduction of the company and theSurajpur plant by Ms.Shifya Mittal, a Bimtech Pass-out in the year 2014. She began the session with familiarizing students with the notion of ‘Kando’, a Japanese word that means satisfaction and appreciation. Yamaha has predominantly had its focus on customer satisfaction and on those building blocks, made an empire of its own. Creating value, a suitable corporate environment and a competent implementation of social responsibilities and norms are some of the multiple factors that were majorly talked about during the session. The students were further told about the roots of Yamaha, which dated back in the year 1897 when it was first launched as a piano and reed organ manufacturing company, then titled as Nippon Gakki Company, Limited. Eventually in the year 1954, company started building a single cylinder, two-stroke street bike titled ‘YA-1’. The success of YA-, in the year 1955, resulted in the founding of Yamaha Motor Corp. Ltd. The students were further explained about the three Yamaha plants functioning in India, namely in Surajpur(1985), Faridabad and the latest one in Chennai.

    The students were further acquainted with IYM’s 2 functionally independent entities named Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. (YMIS) that caters to the sales and marketing needs of the company and Yamaha Motor Research and Development India Pvt. Ltd. (YMRI) that is intended to increase Yamaha’s manufacturing competitiveness through the establishment of an R&D headquarters in India.

    After this brief presentation, the students were divided in groups and were shown the assembly region of the plant. From the sub assembly parts of the plant to the engine assembly and finally the body assembly region, the students got a real life exposure of what the day to day operations were really like in the Yamaha Plant. The production of their Two-Wheelers namely R15 and FZ-S were underway and the students were presented with the wealth of knowledge by the Yamaha accomplices and workers who made them understand the various activities and challenges faced everyday by the employees.

    After being shown the assembly line, the students were introduced to Mr V. Raina(Engine Assyhead, IYM) who had the attitude and the substance of a genius. He answered the queries of all the students and gave them a better understanding of the plant and its history. But his genius didn’t just lie in the technical department. He provided the students with life skills that he has imbibed throughout his life and asked them to follow their heart and instincts above all else. He motivated the students through his eloquent speech and made them feel confident and highly enthused about the future.

    In conclusion it can be said that the visit not only proved to be a good lesson in corporate ethics and values for the students, but also a formidable step in the direction of success and erudition.

    Rakshit Raina

    Section C

  • Somaiah Ulliada

    A New Age Retailer currently managing the Fashion Apparel portfolio at Cloudtail [An Amazon.com & Catamaran Ventures JV] with a vibrant experience of offline retailing at Madura Fashion & Lifestyle. I have handled various roles across Retail Planning to Sales. I cherish challenges as they present an avenue to do something different and over come them. I pride myself at the tag of a people manager.

    Somaiah Ulliada

    Vendor Manager, Apparels at Cloudtail India Private limited

  • Ruchi Kahanna

    A spring of learning, exposure and opportunities at the prudential foundation.

    “In the era of globalization and as part of millennial generation it is very important to have global exposure. This experience at DC provided me with the right platform to be a global citizen in true essence.”

    This Spring was highly enriching and eventful. I got selected for the highly competitive scholarship by The Prudential Foundation in Washington DC. I was fortunate to be a part of The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program. The objective of this program is to select a total of 20 students from universities in Brazil, China, India, Japan, Republic of Korea, and Taiwan. This program is managed by The Washington Center for internships and academic seminars.

    As Washington DC has the maximum number of international non- profit organizations in the world, it was an ocean of opportunities for me. I got a chance to intern at the Regional Office (for the Americas) of the World Health Organization. This experience earned me a wonderful opportunity to work with the United Nations system.

    This experience has proved to be the beginning of my journey of becoming a working professional from a post graduate student. It has given me an ideal platform to interact with people from all parts of the world and understand the matters of global interest. This has enhanced my learning abilities and has encouraged my inquisitiveness. This experience motivated me to do something extraordinary for the community as well. It got me involved in projects for the benefit of the society. Furthermore, The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program provided me the opportunity to develop my leadership skills, study, intern and network.

    Furthermore, it helped me to get a global outlook in a vibrant international city. I have made full use of the opportunities of exposing myself to the world’s leading think tanks as well as academic researchers, thus broadening my thinking horizons. Through a whole semester’s intensive guidance, I learned a great deal. Along with the internship, workshops at the Washington Center have been greatly beneficial and the academic course “Global Markets and International Business” has been both entertaining and enlightening.

    The Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program has been the most logical extension of my academic pursuits and a major step towards achieving my objectives. The most wonderful and unique thing that can only happen if you are part of Prudential scholarship is valuable experiences during our trip to Prudential company’s headquarter. It was a pleasure to know insights of CEO and other executives on how to achieve success in life, women at leadership positions, International business, how to use corporate social responsibility as a competitive advantage for the organization. This guided me in understanding the expectation set of industry from young professionals.

    Also, studying, learning and interning at Washington DC provided me with an opportunity to understand how DC influences world politics. In the era of globalization and as part of millennial generation it is very important to have global exposure. This experience at DC provided me with the right platform to be a global citizen in true essence.

    I fervently believe that all the experiences and learning would guide me to achieve success. Integration of all the knowledge that I gained over past few months would be a major step towards streamlining my career path. It has helped in fostering intellectual partnerships. It has made me a part of international clan of qualified professionals. I surely see this opportunity as a stepping stone in my life. I am truly grateful to BIMTECH, my alma mater for providing me this opportunity.

    Ruchi Kahanna

    Alumni

  • A. K. Biswas

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    A. K. Biswas

    Senior Professor-IMT, Centre for Distance Learning

  • Amar Prabhakar Bakle

    Amar Prabhakar Bakle

    Internal Sales Manager, –Equipment Division Alfa Laval India Limited

  • Kushal Abrol

    Senior Account Manager in Google Australia helping large & small businesses get on-boarded with Google's multiple advertising platforms - Google Search, YouTube, Display Network & Google Maps. I also lead & help tailor business processes within teams in Google to enable functioning with enhanced rigor & effectiveness.

    Have worked as a Senior Search Manager for Google's UK clients for 3 years, executing & optimizing digital strategy for advertisers & meeting their business goals through the power of Google.

    Have also worked as Associate Consultant in Infosys' Business Research and Intelligence Dept. analyzing business operations of clients to make them more efficient & profitable through Infosys' ERP offerings.

    Post graduated in Marketing Management from Birla Institute of Management Technology and graduated in Computer Science from Panjab University. Interned in CNBC to drive advertising spot sales through small & medium businesses and effectuated the fervor for writing while working for Bullseye, Communis (Business Communication area magazine of BIMTECH) and blogs. Have been zestfully involved in graphic designing by creating event posters, magazine covers and website banners.

    Kushal Abrol

    Senior Account Manager at Google Australia

  • Dr. Nitin Naik

    ADANI WILLMAR LIMITED

    Dr. Nitin Naik

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