Published : Tuesday, 23 December, 2014 05:15 PM
FORE School of Management launched a Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Management Programme for the executives of SENTISS Pharma Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon. It was inaugurated on 20 th November 2014 in the presence of Mr. Ravi Gupta, Vice President (HR), Mr. K V V Raju, COO, Ms. Usha Srivastava, GM (HR) from SENTISS and Dr. Jitendra K. Das, Director, FORE School of Management and distinguished FORE faculty.
Mr. Gupta, VP, HR says, “SENTISS has always believed in empowering and letting the employees discover their potential while working with us”. 'Learn and grow' is the theme that drives professional development at Sentiss through well-structured programmes." The Post-Graduate Certificate in Business Management Programme has been designed to provide the executives with broad overview of the key concepts, tools and techniques needed to successfully meet the challenges of today’s global environment. He said that “a host of skill and training development programmes along with processes that encourage and nurture employee involvement is what makes any company a great place to work “
Mr. Raju, COO of Sentiss states, “We provide employees a vibrant working environment that helps them to innovate and discover their potential. On our way to become a global leader in the pharmaceutical Industry, we seek to ensure that our employees become leaders too. We accomplish this through inclusiveness by increasing efficiently as well efficacy, which has become a required competency in the fast-changing healthcare environment.
Training and development describes the formal, ongoing efforts of organizations to improve the performance and self-fulfillment of their employees through a variety of methods and programs. In fact, the quality of employees, and the continual improvement of their skills and productivity through training, are now widely recognized as vital factors in ensuring the long-term success. Employees today must have access to continual training of all types just to keep up. If they don’t actively stride against the momentum of skills deficiency, they will lose ground."
Dr. Das said that this programme is specially designed to familiarize participants with conceptual understanding leading to skill improvement and finally enabling them to enhance their management competency through our context-relevant classroom interactions. He also emphasized the importance of interactive session and participants' role and responsibility along with the trainer's methodology, in achieving the objective of the programme.
19 selected executives of Sentiss Pharma will undergo training in this intense and high-value programme.