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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Asian School of Business (ASB) in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is bringing the unique concept of ‘Masterclass’ to Kerala.The Masterclas

Published: 23rd January 2012 05:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:20 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Asian School of Business (ASB) in collaboration with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is bringing the unique concept of ‘Masterclass’ to Kerala.The Masterclass programme, that would train the heads of institutions and faculty members on fine-tuning their skills in different streams of management and technology, is scheduled at the ASB campus in Technocity, Pallipuram, on Monday.

Similar classes had been successfully held earlier in Gurgaon, Delhi and Pune .The day-long Alumni Leadership Masterclass would help educational institutions to leverage the benefits of networking with their former students and developing pro-active alumni,who could eventually act as brand ambassadors in the changing global scenario.

Sessions would help heads of educational institutions, universities, and colleges to set up alumni relation offices and appoint faculty/alumni officers by overcoming the challenges they face in building relations with the alumni at present.

Sessions would be led by Joseph John, a graduate of CASE Alumni Relations Institute, INSEAD, Singapore and Kaushik Bellani, the CEO of Saviance Technologies. CII Thiruvananthapuram Zone chairman C Padmakumar, the executive director of Terumo Penpol Limited, and Prof S Rajeev, director, ASB, would also address the delegates at the Masterclass, being supported by Terumo Penpol Limited & Saviance Technologies.



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