iFEEL Lonavala
MBA Convocation Ceremony

iFEEL is a young and dynamic residential B-school based out of 25 acres of verdant green in beautiful and picturesque Lonavala. It offers a two year full time, AICTE approved PGDM programe. The USP of the institute is that it is academically mentored and nurtured by Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research.
(We School)

Chief Guest:
Mr.Dilip Dandekar
Chairman, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd.

Day & Date:
Sunday, 30th November 2014

S-178, Ekveera Devi Road Karla, Lonavala-410405
Tel.: 02114282502, 9870669320

Outline of the Agenda for the Convocation Ceremony on
30th November 2014






Arrival of the guest in the seminar hall

11:00- 11:10

10 min

Welcome  the Guest, Lighting of the lamp &
Ganesh Vandana


10 mins

Brief presentation on iFEEL's Journey:iFEEL Students


5 mins

Welcome Address : Dr. Sanjay Salunkhe, Director


50 mins

Addressing of the Guest of honour and dignitaries and their speech
Mentor & Guide:
Prof. Dr. Uday Salunkhe - Group Director, Weschool
Chief Guest:
Mr.  Dilip Dandekar- Chairman, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd
Guest of Honour:
Mrs. Roma Balwani - President, Group Communications, Sustainability & CSR Vedanta - Sesa Sterlite
Mr.  Satish Gokhale - Director, Industrial Design, Design Directions
Mr.  Ashish Despande-Director, Elephant Design


3- 4 mins

Dr. Sanjay Salunkhe
administers the oath to the students .

12: 20-12:55

30-35 mins

Student Felicitation
(Certificates will be conferred to the students by the Guest of Honour & Dignitaries on the Dias )


approx 10 mins
(3 mins each )

Two students from the graduating batch will share their experience .


3 mins

Vote of Thanks
to be delivered by Prof. Sudhir Salunkhe ,Dean


5 mins

Group Picture
with the Graduating Batch



Proceed for Lunch

Students will be conferred Degrees by the eminent guests.

Source: By E-mail (November 26, 2014)

Published on IndianMBA.com on November 27, 2014


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