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Iconic Scholars Grace MET!

MET League of Colleges has always pioneered and kept pace with the ever growing charm of attracting national and international thought leaders.

MET hosted the ‘Forum of Management Institutions’ a University of Mumbai Meet on December 29, 2008 which was a major success. This Meet was graced by leading countrywide renowned academia, management gurus and great thinkers. At this meet each iconic scholar exchanged thoughts on macro and micro industry issues and annotation on the education scenario. All this implore the management education and explore the future trends and development in the category.

This Meet was chaired by Trustee - Founder Trustee & Vice Chairman, MET League of Colleges; Prof Vijay Page, Director General - MET Institute of Management; Dr. Dattajirao Y. Patil, Director – Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute of Management; Ms. Pratibha J. Nadkarni, In-charge Director – Chetana’s Institute of Management; Dr. V. B. Angadi, Director – Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management; Dr. Uday Salunkhe, Director – L N Welinkar Institute of Management; Prof. S. R. Tendulkar, Dean – Administration and Controller of Examinations – L N Welinkar Institute of Management; Prof. Kalim Khan, Director – Rizvi Institute of Management; Dr. A. K. Sen Gupta, Director – SIES College of Management; Prof. Pyare Lal Arya, Director – N L Dalmia Institute of Management; Mr. Dinesh Harsolekar, Director – IES Management College & Research Centre; Dr. R. Chandran, Director – MES Pillai’s Institute of Management and Dr. Vaidyanathan. K. N., Director - Xavier Institute of Management & Research were amongst the renowned dignitaries and esteemed scholars who graced the MET League of Colleges.

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