Nitu Sharma, Alumnus of part-time programme from Fore School of Management, 14th Batch, WMG
When you speak to Nitu Sharma for the first time, you will be impressed by the clarity in her voice and thought process. This young, alumnus from the prestigious FORE School of Management, New Delhi, is a smart multitasked who can juggle between different roles of professional, wife and a student effectively. Believing that challenges are a stepping stone to success, Nitu feels that if you’re committed towards your goals then nothing can prevent you from achieving them.
Nitu was married when she joined a three-year, part-time management programme from the prestigious Fore School of Management. She was already working for seven years and was at a Team Leader position when she joined this part-time programme. Though it was difficult for her to distribute time between her professional responsibilities, family commitments and academic pursuits, she managed it beautifully. She feels that it was her dedication and commitment that helped her to achieve all her goals.
Showering compliments on the faculty of FORE School of Management, New Delhi, Nitu feels that this programme has helped to enhance her knowledge and learning process. This knowledge and expertise about the latest management practices across the world has given a boost to her confidence and armed her with skills that are useful in the corporate world.
Currently working as Manager Staffing with Sapient Corporation, a leading IT company, Neetu believes that the programme has inculcated a team spirit in her and has given her expertise to ace group discussion, which helps her in the board room meetings.
Talking about her batch, Nitu says most of her batch mates were working and had extremely impressive background. This programme gave her a chance to interact and network with them. She remembers the time when they used to engage in group discussions, and feels that those discussions were a great learning experience as she got to hear a diverse range of viewpoints.
Advising prospective students on how to maintain work-life balance, Neetu says though it is challenging, the key lies in prioritizing. One must know his/her priorities then only will he achieve success.
The Three Year Part Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) for working managers was started by the Institute in the year 1992. The programme is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. This programme caters to the needs of working professionals who aim to develop cutting edge managerial skills by pursuing a Post Graduate Management programme, while continuing in their career.
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