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North East Young Manager�s award presented

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, June 14 � �In the fast developing world of today, good management skill is the need of the hour. Specially, a place like the Northeast � rich in natural as well as human resources, needs good managers, who can take the region on the path of progress with efficient managerial skills.�

Assam Pradesh Congress Committee president and Member of Parliament Bhubaneswar Kalita, said this at the award ceremony of the North East Young Manager�s Competition 2009-10, organized by the Guwahati Management Association today.

Congratulating the award winners, he mentioned that new challenges are appearing in the field of management, with the progress in information technology. �To keep pace with the rapidly changing socio-economic situations today or to tackle with day-to-day problems of any organization, good management ability is required everywhere now,� he added.

The GMA organized the manager�s competition to recognize the performance excellence of the young managers and to motivate young talents to improve their managerial skills. Chandrima Sarma of Guwahati Refinery (IOC) begged the first prize in the competition and OP Chetri of IOC, Assam Oil Division, Digboi received 1st Runner up prize. PK Goswami of Oil India Limited, Duliajan and Barnali Sarma of Reliance Telecom Limited, Guwahati were jointly judges as the runners up.

DN Barua, president of the GMA, while congratulating the winners, said that the North Eastern region has good and competitive managers, who are doing well in all areas of corporate governance.

PK Barthakur, Vice president, GMA and chairman of the award committee highlighted the objectives of the award. Shantikam Hazarika, director of the Assam Institute of Management and TK Bharali, dean of the Darwin School of Business also spoke on the occasion.

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North East Young Manager�s award presented

GUWAHATI, June 14 � �In the fast developing world of today, good management skill is the need of the hour. Specially, a place like the Northeast � rich in natural as well as human resources, needs good managers, who can take the region on the path of progress with efficient managerial skills.�

Assam Pradesh Congress Committee president and Member of Parliament Bhubaneswar Kalita, said this at the award ceremony of the North East Young Manager�s Competition 2009-10, organized by the Guwahati Management Association today.

Congratulating the award winners, he mentioned that new challenges are appearing in the field of management, with the progress in information technology. �To keep pace with the rapidly changing socio-economic situations today or to tackle with day-to-day problems of any organization, good management ability is required everywhere now,� he added.

The GMA organized the manager�s competition to recognize the performance excellence of the young managers and to motivate young talents to improve their managerial skills. Chandrima Sarma of Guwahati Refinery (IOC) begged the first prize in the competition and OP Chetri of IOC, Assam Oil Division, Digboi received 1st Runner up prize. PK Goswami of Oil India Limited, Duliajan and Barnali Sarma of Reliance Telecom Limited, Guwahati were jointly judges as the runners up.

DN Barua, president of the GMA, while congratulating the winners, said that the North Eastern region has good and competitive managers, who are doing well in all areas of corporate governance.

PK Barthakur, Vice president, GMA and chairman of the award committee highlighted the objectives of the award. Shantikam Hazarika, director of the Assam Institute of Management and TK Bharali, dean of the Darwin School of Business also spoke on the occasion.