NMIMS, ISB, SIBM, SCMHRD, IIFT, IIMs, XIMB students win ET Young Leaders B school Edition 2016; PPIs from Aditya Birla

Friday, November 11 2016, 12:42 PM
ISB, NMIMS, SIBM, SCMHRD, IMT, XIMB students have topped the ET Young Leaders B school Edition 2016 leaving behind IIMs and have earned PPIs from the Aditya Birla Group
In last two editions, the ET Young Leaders B-School edition received participation from approx 25,000 management students and 41 deserving candidates have been identified as promising young leaders stepping into India Inc

It’s not just the fancied IIMs that are producing the most promising young leaders and future CEOs in India. In fact, B-schools like ISB, NMIMS Mumbai, Symbiosis Universities SIBM Pune and SCMHRD Pune, IMT Ghaziabad and XIM Bhubaneswar are producing young managerial talent that is second to none. That’s the message coming from the recently released list of 21 students who have topped the ET Young Leaders B-school Edition 2016.

According to the list released on November 11 by Economic Times, NMIMS Mumbai has the largest number of students selected from any single campus. Four of NMIMS Mumbai students have made to the coveted list. Two locations of Indian School of Business have five students in total. Three students from ISB Mohali and two from ISB Hyderabad have made it to the list.

Announcing the list, Economic Times said that after getting through 4 rounds of rigorous assessments, 21 students have made it to the coveted list. They have now earned Pre Placement Interviews from the Aditya Birla Group for their leadership programs.  

Total Number of Students Selected by B-schools by ET Young Leaders B-school Edition 2016

NMIMS Mumbai – 4 Students
AMOGH SATHYE, SAHIL KUKREJA, TUSHAR SHARMA, TWIGA DUA

ISB Mohali – 3 students
GOURAV GARG, TRISHA ROY, NIYATI SHARMA

ISB Hyderabad – 2 students
NIGIB SHARMA, SHALINI SRIVASTAVA

IIFT – 2 Students
GANESH S K, ROBIN GUPTA

SIBM Pune – 2 Students
TANUJ SHARMA, REEMA GHOSH  

SCMHRD Pune – 2 Students
ANANT SABOO, SHRUTI RAVINDER

IIM Kozhikode – 2 Students
GOVIND HARIDA, RAHUL KUMAR

IIM Calcutta – 1 Student
ANWESHA PAL

IIM Bangalore – 1 Student
CHAITANYA KANSAL

IMT Ghaziabad – 1 Student
PRATEEK CHAUDHARI

XIM Bhubaneswar – 1 Student
TRISHA AGRAWAL

Missing from the list are coveted B-schools like XLRI, FMS Delhi, SPJIMR, MDI and IIM Lucknow. At the time of filing this report, MBAUniverse.com could not ascertain if students from these B-schools participated in this initiative. 

The news of their students getting selected to the ET Young Leaders B-school Edition 2016 is certain to bring cheers at these campuses. 

According to ET, “The Economic Times Young Leaders B-School Edition is a platform for recognising and rewarding India’s most promising final year management students. This initiative is meant to encourage, identify and nurture young individuals many of who will be stepping into the corridors of India Inc. for the very first time.” So far, in last two editions, the ET Young Leaders B-School edition received participation from approx. 25,000 management students and 41 deserving candidates have been identified as promising young leaders stepping into India Inc. In the 2015 edition, 11 of the 22 Young leaders have joined the coveted Aditya Birla Group Leadership Programs.

Indeed, the results of ET Young Leaders B-school Edition 2016 once again prove that it’s not just the fancied IIMs that are producing the most promising young leaders and future CEOs in India. In fact, B-schools like ISB, NMIMS Mumbai, Symbiosis Universities SIBM Pune and SCMHRD Pune, IMT Ghaziabad and XIM Bhubaneswar are producing young managerial talent that is second to none.

Congratulations to all the Winners and their B-schools!

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