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Two-day International Meet at SCMS Concludes

The two-day International Conference on Cultural Diversity and Inclusion (ICCD-2014) at SCMS Cochin School of Business Campus, Kalamassery, concluded on Saturday.

Published: 17th February 2014 09:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th February 2014 10:04 AM   |  A+A-

The two-day International Conference on Cultural Diversity and Inclusion (ICCD-2014) at SCMS Cochin School of Business Campus, Kalamassery, concluded on Saturday. It was organised by the forum for HR specialisation students of PGDM programme. K Sureshkumar, CEO, RWDI India, inaugurated the conference. Praveen Kamath, global head, talent transformation, Wipro BPO, was the guest of honour. Jayan P, head of global human resources, IBS, and Lt Pradeep Nambiar, director of people and organisation, Wrigley’s, led the technical sessions.

M R Rajeshkumar, head of corporate human resources and training, Synthite; Santhosh Kumar, vice-president (rubber), Harrison Malayalam; Satheesh Kumar Menon, general manager, Esri Global R&D, UAE, and Prasanth Nair, global head (human resources), Cipla, presented various topics.

On the second day of the conference, Rajesh Nair, associate director (market), Ernst and  Young; K Kasi Viswanathan, director (human resources) IKYA; Ajith K N, vice-president and head of HR and FMS, Mytrah Energy, led the sessions.  V Raman Nair, director, SCMS; K J Paulose, dean, SCMS; Shalini Nadhwani and Jayasree also spoke.

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