Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar (XIMB) conducted the Graduation Ceremony of the Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Management (PGCBM) Programme and the Post-Graduate Certificate in Resettlement and Rehabilitation (R &
R) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Programme on 28th September, 2011. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Shri. R.S.T Sai, CMD, THDC, India Ltd. Fr. P.T. Joseph SJ, Director, XIMB, delivered the welcome address.
Out of the 60 students that graduated from the PGCBM Programme, the Faculty Council Gold Medal was awarded to Ms. Priti Agrawalla for securing the first rank and to Mr.
Aloke Agarwal and Ms. Babita Rawat Bhanjdeo for securing the joint second rank. Out of the 16 students that graduated from the PGC(R & R and CSR) Programme, the Faculty Council Gold Medal for securing the top rank was awarded
to Mr. Rajeshwer Giri.
The PGCBM programme, started in 2005 in XIMB, is a one year programme designed for working executives across the country. It uses video conferencing to enable a highly interactive classroom like mode
of learning. It also has an intensive seven day residential programme at the XIMB campus. A customized version of the programme is also designed for the benefit of corporations.
The PGC(R & R and CSR) is India's first
one-year course on management of Resettlement and Rehabilitation (R & R) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), co-ordinated by The Centre for Resettlement, Rehabilitation and Corporate Social Responsibility (CRRCSR) at
Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar (XIMB) to foster research and training in the area of R&R and CSR. CRRCSR has got the mandate from the Government of Orissa to actively participate in the state's R&R/CSR
Many corporate projects today require Resettlement and Rehabilitation (R&R) of project affected people, in a way that is indicative of inclusive growth. Corporations today are looking for ways to integrate
their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) agenda with their R&R plans. There is a need to build capacity and competence in these two areas, and programmes like these are an important step in this direction.
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