New Board Members Elected
PMI North India Chapter

vNew Board Members Elected

New members have been elected to the PMI North India Chapter board by an election nomination committee comprising of three distinguished professionals – Mr. Brij Nandan Yadava, senior vice president - projects, DLF Home Developers; Mr. Neeraj Singhal, PMP, RMP, senior manager - projects, CSC; and Cdr (retd.) Naveen Kataria, PMP, transition and transformation leader - delivery center, IBM India. The committee ensured that the election was fair and transparent. The new board members are Mr. Amit Aggarwal, secretary; Mr. Prashant Malhotra, vice president, communications; Mr. Naveen Singh, vice president, programs; Mr. Vineet Sardana, vice president, membership; and Mr. Saket Bansal, vice president, volunteer management. Office bearers who will continue on the chapter board are Mr. Manoj K. Gupta, president & CEO; Mr. Pritam Gautam, vice president, technology; Mr. Amit Chauhan, chief financial and compliance officer; Ms. Shalini Lamba, vice president, corporate outreach; and Ms. Vanita Ahuja, vice president, government outreach.

Year 2013 was a momentous year for the chapter that celebrated not only its 10th year anniversary but also hosted the annual PMI India National Conference 2013. The chapter board is all set to line up many diverse events for the chapter members with representatives from the corporate world, educational institutes, and the government sector. There will also be more opportunities for volunteering. The first such event was held at an educational institute in Mohali, Punjab on 8 February where experts from corporate and government organizations spoke on “Project Management - Empowering Growth in a Turbulent Economy”.


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By Regeena Pereira

A smooth operational flow is critical to maintain high service quality in the complex yet often chaotic Emergency Department (ED) in hospitals.

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By Regeena Pereira

A smooth operational flow is critical to maintain high service quality in the complex yet often chaotic Emergency Department (ED) in hospitals.

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