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Batch 2014-16: Insights and Introduction

Dear Alumni,

IITK MBA Alumni Relations Team (2014 -16) takes this opportunity to introduce our batch to all of you!!!




We feel proud to hear the success stories of our esteemed alumni who have continuously raised the bar for the following batches to match with their performances. All of you have been great mentors for the various batches of MBA and have nourished them with the industrial trends. With great pleasure, we would like to share our one month of experience here in this program. Please find the same in the link provided below.


Hope this will bring a feeling of nostalgia in all of you!! It is because of the years of efforts put in by each one of you that these platforms, where we can connect with each one of you, are active and we will try our best to maintain them with the same level of energy for the upcoming years.

As said by Vince Lombardi –
“The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual.”
We look forward to learning from your knowledge & experiences for it is “WE” together who will define the fortunes of IIT Kanpur MBA program.

Cheers!!!
IITK MBA Alumni Relations
Chhavi Kataria
Raghav Sharma
Gaurav Agarwal
Avinash Verma

Comments

  1. I wonder why there are so few girls who opt to do a full-time MBA? It is a very lucrative degree and the chances of getting a good job are very high. More girls should come into this field.

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  2. Congratulations IIT Kanpur for this! I have read about the achievements and honours which your institute has earned over all these years. I believe your institute is also considered as one of the B schools with best ROI. India requires more such pioneers of education who take careers seriously.

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