Maruti Suzuki, TCS, BHEL Among Winners at 11th Edition of BML Munjal Awards

The awards were organized by the Mindmine Institute, which is a part of Hero Corporate Service Pvt. Ltd.

Published: 22nd April 2016 05:28 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd April 2016 05:28 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Winners of the prestigious BML Munjal Awards for Business Excellence through Learning & Development were awarded on the first day of the Mindmine Summit held here on Thursday.

The awards were organized by the Mindmine Institute, which is a part of Hero Corporate Service Pvt. Ltd.

The winners for the 2016 edition chosen after a stringent seven-stage process by an independent jury are:

Public Sector Undertaking category - BHEL

Private Sector (Manufacturing) category – Maruti Suzuki

Special jury Recommendation in Private Sector (Manufacturing) category – Lupin

Private Sector (Services) category – Tata Consultancy Services

Sustained Excellence category – Tata Steel

Emerging Stars category – iQor

The annual BML Munjal Awards recognize organizations that have successfully created and implemented innovative strategies for learning and development, using people development as a tool to achieve business excellence. The awards also recognize organizations that have used their training initiatives to create competitive advantages and enable growth for their companies.

Congratulating the winners, Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman, Hero Corporate Service Pvt. Ltd. said, “It was extremely heartening to see that competition for BML Munjal Awards have become tougher and despite that more companies are trying to participate and win this coveted prize. Over the last decade it has been our concerted effort to create awareness and promote the importance of Learning & Development in professional areas to improve efficiency and quality of Indian workforce. We would like to congratulate every winner for investing in their employees and thereby ensuring a brighter future for their businesses.”

The BML Munjal Awards are one of the most sought after recognitions in the area of learning and development. The awards are organized by Hero Corporate Service Private Limited, a Hero Group company. The awards are named after the late Hero Group Chairman and Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr. Brijmohan Lall Munjal.

Past winners of the awards include organizations such as Tata Steel, National Insurance, Bank of Baroda, Thermax, DHL HSBC, HDFC Bank, Infosys, Taj Hotels, HP, Indian Oil and Punjab National Bank, among others.

The awards were given on the first day of the Mindmine Summit, one of India’s most influential public discourse platforms organized by the Mindmine Institute.

At this two-day forum, diverse panelists assess the evolving political, business and societal landscape through a mix of interactive panel dialogues, one-on-one exchanges and debates.

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