Birla Global University (BGU) celebrated its fourth annual convocation for the MBA, MAJMC, MCom, MA Economics, BBA, BAJMC, BCom and BA Economics 2018-20 batch at its campus in Bhubaneswar on November 28. Prof Ganeshi Lal, governor of Odisha and the chancellor of the university chaired the occasion.
In his speech, the governor said that the universe, the university and the universal man are all intertwined. The real mission of a university is to create a universal man who has the ability to combine academic excellence with spiritual excellence and material energy with spiritual energy. Drawing on ancient scriptures and the philosophy of Jagannath, he said that intelligence is higher than spirit and that a universal man is beyond intelligence and should live in eternal pleasure and divine bliss. The governor urged graduate students to stay mindful of the present moment and light their own candles so that they can explore their full potential.
In his remarks, the main guest of the occasion, AR Nanda, former Secretary of Health and Family Welfare in the Government of India, said that the skills and knowledge that the students have acquired from the august university have helped them will be very useful in their personal and professional life. life. He urged the students to develop a humanitarian approach, the idealism of compassion and humility to be successful in life.
Welcoming the Chancellor and other dignitaries, Birla Global University Vice-Chancellor Prof. PP Mathur presented the university’s annual report outlining its activities and future plans.
Prof. P Nayak Dean, Birla School of Management and School of Social Sciences and Humanities; Prof. Samson Moharana, Dean of the Business School and Prof. JS Giri Rao, Dean of Birla School of Communication presented the list of graduate students and the best from their respective schools to the Governor for the award of degrees. The graduation ceremony was led by Dr BK Das, Registrar, Birla Global University.
The exam supervisor, Dr Manas Kumar Pal, presented the academic records to the Chancellor. Poushali Haldar (MBA) was the Lot Manager and Marketing Manager; Ankita Prasad, Regional Leader in Human Resources (MBA) and while Shailaja Rohillah was Regional Leader in Finance (MBA)
From MCom, Saswati Sutapa, Preeti Payal and S Geetanjali were awarded medals for being respectively the best in accounting, finance and forensic accounting and fraud prevention, S Geetanjali was also the lot manager. .
Of the undergraduate courses, Manaswini Panda from BBA, Annapurna Paikray from BCom and Iravan Rath from BA Economics were the best of their respective lots, with Iravan being the top graduate.