PMP Preparation, Learn & Earn
PMI West Bengal Chapter

PMP Preparation, Learn & Earn
The West Bengal Chapter conducted a four-day preparation program for those aspiring for PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP)® examination. The sessions, organized in Kolkata on February 7-8 and 14-15, provided PMP aspirants the knowledge they need including practical examples, information, and tricks and tips for the exam. Attendees included professionals from companies from various sectors with a lot of project management experience. The training was provided by chapter volunteers, Ayan Mukherjee, PMP, Arobindo Bhar, PMP, and Jaydeep Chakraborty, PMP.

The PMI West Bengal Chapter organized a Learn & Earn session on “Navigating complexities in projects & programs” on March 21 at the premises of Cognizant Technology Solutions in Kolkata.

Subimal Chakraborty, head, Global Delivery Centers, The Linde Group, delivered a talk on project and program complexities, and ways to tackle them. The audience participated in a question and answer session.

Nitu Tandon Kapoor, secretary, PMI India West Bengal Chapter presented at LIM on 27-28 March in Bali. PMI and chapter representatives from different parts of the world took part in LIM. The two-day event was kicked off by Mark A. Langley, president and CEO, PMI. Ms. Kapoor spoke about the best practices adopted by the West Bengal Chapter during the transition that took for the president’s role.

The chapter participated in the IBM Sharenet event on 10 April in Kolkata. Project managers from various organizations presented on the conference theme, “Complexity in Project Management.” The chapter shared information at the venue on PMI Pulse of the Profession® report, PMI resources related to project management complexities, details on PMXPO 2015, PMI opportunities, and PMI Talent Triangle, and conducted a quiz on agile project management concepts.


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