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            Prof. Lavina khilnani

            About Prof. Lavina khilnani

            Highly dedicated and result oriented professional with excellent communication skills. Proficient in using an enthusiastic and dynamic teaching technique as a means of creating better learners.

            Experienced in teaching a wide range of subjects in HR and marketing. Having rich experience not only in academics but also in organizing fests and events.

            • B.Com, M.B.A(Ph.D pursuing)
            • FMS MAIET, Jaipur, from June 2006 to June 2010.
            • International College For Girls, Jaipur, from April 2005 to May 2006.
            • India International School , Jaipur, from April 2002 to January 2005.

            The research paper published in The International Journal of Management and IT, OORJA on the topic “ Indian Retail Industry: Opportunities, Challenges, and Strategies to sustain in Global Environment.”

            Research paper submitted and presented at an international conference on “Management, Business & Economy (ICMBE)” on the topic “A study of key strategic HR issues in IT and Banking Industry in India” organized by  Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology Management & Gramothan, Jaipur.

            First position holder in debate at Inter Collegiate Academic Competition, UTKARSH  held in  R.A Podar Institute of Management

            • Marketing and HR

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            The study also points out that 74% of U.S. leaders and 83% of global leaders believe they are unprepared for their new roles, and less than one-third of those leaders think their organizations are providing sufficient help in those transitions.

            This post was written by Bhawani Sharma

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