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Alumni Speak

“The programme gives an overview of different segments like HR, Finance, Materials Management, Pharmaceuticals and Marketing. This enhances domain knowledge and gives a clear picture as to the career option one can opt for. The extra lectures for soft skills and management etiquettes help in overall Personality Development making one more compliant to work culture. One year is for learning, understanding and sharing knowledge and then for implementing the learnings, the sky is the limit."

Nikita Panchal
B Sc (Microbiology), PGDPBM

“Prior to joining the management programme at MET, I had some clinical experience which enabled me to deal with medical problems faced by the patients. But here at MET, I was able to develop my clinical as well as my managerial skills. The programme helped me to gain vast knowledge about the working of pharma sector such as how pharmaceutical industry works, manufacturing practices, how clinical research organisation works and various other related topics. I not only gained managerial skills but also developed inter-personal skills and gathered a lot of information and knowledge from the programme. It gave me a perspective on clinical trials that enabled me to develop my interest in the same. I had a great learning experience at MET and thank all the professors for helping me develop into better person."

Dr. Salil B. Malvankar
MBBS, PGDPBM

"Academic inputs and practical training at MET has put me in a better position to carry out my job responsibilities. This has also put me in a better position in terms of hierarchy and the rewards."

Snehal Koppikar
B Pharm, PGDPBM

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