(3-5 March 2012) Prof Rawal represents ABS, Pune at Asia Regional Alumni Program in Dubai

Prof Rawal represented ABS Pune at at Asia Regional Alumni Program in Dubai. Here are some notes from him of the program:

“Leadership Breakthroughs”: Asia Regional Alumni Program Dubai March 3-5, 2012

We were invited by the British Council to attend the Leadership Breakthroughs programme in Dubai on March 3-5, 2012. Following participant from India participated in program.

Dr Swati Pal Associate Professor Department of English, Delhi University
Mr Sandeep Silas Private Secretary to Union Minister Ministry of Labour & Employment, Government of India
Gursimran Kaur Hasrajani Founder and CEO ValueHR E-Solutions and Taaleem Academy
Shalini Sridhar Project Leader Cethar Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.
Marcus Ranney Strategy & Business Development Khubchandani Healthcare
Pratap Manohar Raval Professor of Planning College of Engineering, Pune
Sagar Dipak Amlani Vice President (Coating Division) Fenoplast Limited
Madhumita Ghosal Head of Department of Humanities Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur
Pranav Dileep Nadkarni Consultant Ernst& Young India
Mr Kartikeya Saran Advocate Practicing at Allahabad High Court
Biraj Patnaik Principal Advisor to The Commissioner of Supreme Court (CWP 196/2001) Govt. of India
KT Rajan Director (Operations & Information system) Allergan, India
Nitish Mishra Minister of State (Independent Charge)/ Department of Sugarcane Industry, Govt of Bihar
Suman Lahiri Regional Manager European Business & Technology Centre,
Mr Nusrat S. Hassan Managing Partner D. H. Law Associates
Ritika Kochhar Head Chevening British High Commission, New Delhi
Manjula Rao Head Programmes, West India British Council, Mumbai
Shilpi Tripathi Scholarships Manager British Council, New Delhi

The Leadership programme was intended to engage participants in strong intellectual interactions and help them to build networks and reach out to peers beyond the participant group.

Pratap Raval

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