AVAGMAH Online Business School announces a webinar on "MBAs in today's context - what do MBA's do after passing out" by Mr. Rajeev Pathak GM, Wipro Technologies on the 28th of August.
Online PR News – 27-August-2010 – – AVAGMAH Online Business School, the higher education division of 24x7learning, announces a webinar on "MBAs in today's context - what do MBA's do after passing out" by Mr. Rajeev Pathak GM, Wipro Technologies on the 28th of August. This is a part of the fortnightly GURU – Talk sessions conducted by AVAGMAH Online Business School.
Mr. Rajeev Pathak currently runs ISV Industry (Software Products Industry) P&L for Wipro Technologies. He is responsible for business strategy, business development, innovations and business realization. Also responsible for delivery oversight for ISV vertical inclusive of product engineering & IT services.
Speaking about the event, Mr.Karthik K.S, CEO - 24X7 Learning says that young professionals today face the tough choice between whether to continue working or take a sabbatical from work to pursue a MBA degree to jumpstart their career. Many of the questions that arise in a young MBA aspirants mind is something similar to: why working professionals should earn a MBA degree? How can you shape your career after a MBA degree? What are the career opportunities post MBA? How do you manage and plan your career growth in an organization? Are MBAs meeting the expectations of the industry?
This webinar is organised to quench such queries which crosses the mind of many working professionals. The event is highly recommended for graduates and post graduate students who wish to make the best out of their career and also MBAs who are working as functional managers and others involved in managing activities in the organization from areas like Human Resources, Marketing, Finance, Strategy and Social Responsibility areas etc. to identify the need of the corporate industry.
Topic: "MBAs in today's context - what do MBA's do after passing out"
Speaker: Mr.Rajeev Pathak, GM, Wipro Technologies
Date: 28th August 2010
Time: 3.00 pm to 4.00pm