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MET Shines at the World Economic Forum!

The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging leaders in partnerships to shape global, regional and industry agendas. World Economic Forum requests participants to involve and share their views on various economic issues and concerns around the world. This comes under the Davos Debates section. On behalf of the forum, NDTV Profit asked the Davos Debates in  India question “How can India’s fast growing economy benefit the entire country?” Ankit Mallick, MET - eMBA Finance student won and was selected to participate at the World Economic Forum’s – India Economic Summit from 14th-16th November, 2010 in New Delhi.

Ankit Mallick, MET - eMBA Finance student was to ask the same question to partners and members which were present from around business world and record their views on the same. It gave him a chance to meet stalwarts from the business community including Bharati Vivek, Executive Director - PepsiCo, India, Sanjeev Chadda, PepsiCo - Head, Praveen Vishakantiah, President- Intel India, Prakash Hinduja – Hinduja Group, Harish Krishnan, Director, Cisco Systems (India), Rajiv Agarwal, CEO & MD – Essar Shipping, Ports & Logistics among many others.

There were various sessions conducted at the summit. Each session revolved around a certain topic and had a panel of 2 local and 2 business leaders and a minister representing the government. Ankit Mallick, got to understand things from the perspective of the government, a local company and as well as from the global company.

View the interviews of Ankit Mallick, MET - eMBA Finance student before and during the Forum.


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