Happy New Year 2014...

I wish a very Happy New Year to you and your loved ones. A big thank you to all those alumni who have actively contributed to this New Year’s issue. Last couple of months saw 4 Alumni meets conducted by IBSAF at Hyderabad, Gurgaon Mumbai and Pune with 990 alumni meeting with each other and their mentors (teachers) -  amazing networking opportunity indeed.

Kolkata meet was postponed owing to the sudden demise of Zia Mohiddin Askiri, Class of 2010, IBS Kolkata on 14th December 2013. On behalf of all of you, I convey our heartfelt condolences to his family and may his soul R.I.P.

Watch your batch mates in action at alumni meets in the pics covered in this issue. Also many thanks for your overwhelming response to my “email invitation” requesting you to take part in the events planned at IBS Campuses over a period of 6 months up to April 2014.  Most of you have been contacted by our respective IBS Campuses. I am reproducing the invitation in this issue for those of you, who have just joined in. Please visit www.ibsindia.org to check the nearest IBS Marketing Office and also to participate in the up coming Selection briefing sessions planned at over 45 location in from January 30 to in February 08, 2014. Take a look at the journey after IBS of Mr. Sidharth, Class of 2005, Mr. Ramya Chatterjee, Class of 2006 , Mr. Sharique Manazir, Class of 2013, and Ms. Supriti Mukherjee from Calss of 2011.

Congratulations to all these Alumni. I want you to know, we at IBS are very proud of you and your achievements. We wish many more successes in your careers.
Feel free to write in your with your feedback and suggestions at connect@ibsaf.org and also do share what’s happening at your end to feature in the coming issues. I look forward to receiving your contributions, as always, at ibsafworld@ibsaf.org.
Till next issue, have a good time and stay enthusiastic at all times in what ever you set to do.

I wish you a happy and prosperous time all through 2014 and beyond.

Best wishes

R R Reddy, Member Secretary

In This Issue

My Story

It wouldn't have been possible without the grooming we were given in IBS. I hold each of our faculty members with whom I have dealt with, responsible for this success.

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