Arun Kumar Rao, WMG-4 (1995-1998) Profile: Vice President, Sales - Dimensions Communications
According to Mr. Rao, the WMG program is well integrated, which enables learning at every step of the way. He also thinks it’s helpful for professionals because they can instantly implement their learning into their work.
Imran Qadri, FMG-15 (2006-2008) Profile:Manager of Brands, Hero Group
Imran Qadri, a FORE School of Management alum, reflects on his top-gear professional journey with Hero Group and offers students insight into the world of Brand Marketing
Ritu Bharti, WMG - 4 (1995-1998)
Profile: Vice President - Head Service Delivery & Client Engagement, The Royal Bank of Scotland NV
Anand Nanda, FMG-5 (1996-1998)
Profile:Director, Colliers International
Shashank Sachdeva, IMG-2 (Batch 2008-2010)
Profile : Marketing and Technical VP
Manoj Chandan Jain, FMG-1 Batch (1992-1994)
Profile : Entrepreneur & Advisor
Start-up - Social InnovationSocial Innovation
Shantanu Saha, FMG -2 (1993 - 1995)
Profile : Founder and CEO of The Recruiters
Kinny Nayyar, WMG-14 (2005-2008) Profile: Assistant Manager (Marketing),
Luminous Power Technologies (P) Ltd.
Gayatree Anand, FMG-17 (Batch 2008-2010)
Profile : Program Manager with Absolute Return for Kids (ARK)
Dr. Ashish Varma, FMG-6 (Batch 1997-1999)
Profile : Assistant Professor at IMT Ghaziabad
Mr. Vivek Mittal, FMG-2 (Batch 1993-1995)
Profile : Founder and Chariman R K Foundation India
Sandeep Sabharwal FMG-2 (Batch 1993-1995)
CEO- Sohan Lal Commodity Management Group
Renu Misra FMG- 3 (Batch 1994-1996)
Managing Director at Lixil Water Technology leading Grohe & American Standard in India
Dhruv Bansal (Batch 2011-13)
Dhruv Bansal, FORE alum, on the significance of taking risks for rewarding corporate careers
Pramit J.Nathan, FMG-3 (1994-1996)
FMG(1996) Director of Strategy and Branding at Creative, Inc
Anjali Joneja Amar FMG (1994- 1996)
Engagement Practices, TV and Media Business, Ericsson
Ankur Ashta FMG-13 (Batch 2004-2006)
Profile: Discovery Communications, Marketing Manager
Mr. Harkawal Singh, FMG-8 (1999 - 2001)
Profile: Senior Manager- Marketing, Dabur
Mr. Ishu Bhasin, FMG- 14 (2005- 2007)
Profile: Brand Manager- Hero MotoCorp Limited
Mr. Sitesh Padhee FMG-10 (2001-2003)
Profile: Senior Manager – Sales, Corporate Relations (Mortgages), HDFC Bank
MR. PANKAJ SARIN, FMG-7 (1998-2000)
Profile : Regional Manager – Enterprise Cloud Services (North & East), Hewlett Packard
Mr. Saurab Saharan, IMG 4 (2010- 2012)
Profile: Director, HCBS development Pvt. Ltd.
MR.TARUN MUDGAL, IMG-1 (2007-2009)
Profile : Channel Manager, Corporate sales, Bharti Airtel
Mr. Manoj Chandan Jain, FMG-1 (1992-1994)
Profile:Vice President and Business Head for South Asia, Middle East and Africa, Birlasoft (India) Ltd.
Mr. Neeraj Tomar, FMG-6 (1997-1999)
Profile: AVP-Marketing, Idea Cellular
Deepa Batra, WMG - 16
Profile: Asia-Pacific Registration Coordinator at EI Dupont India
Kunal Khattar, FMG-2 (1993-1995)
Profile: Co-founder & VP of Carnation Auto
Nishad Mahendru, IMG-01 (2007 - 2009)
Profile : CEO & Co-Founder of Pure Media Imagination
Mr. Vivek Malhotra, FMG-1 (1992-1994)
Profile: AVP-Marketing, Idea Cellular
Adarsh Kumar, FMG- 1 (1992-1994)
Profile:Executive VP and Business Head with TATA Motors Finance Ltd
Mr. Jyoti Das, Batch: FMG-1 (1992-1994)
Profile:Brand Manager – Swatch India (Business Head -India)
Divanshu Kapoor , FMG-18(Batch 2009-2011)
Profile : Founder-Rechristened as XLNT India
Abhishek Gier,WMG-10 (2001-2004)
Profile:Founder, NGO- Catalyst
ASHIMA MANCHANDA, WMG- 18 (2009-2012)
Profile: Assistant Marketing Communications Manager, Hilton Garden Inn, New Delhi/Saket Hotel
Abhishek Sachdeva, FMG (2002- 2004)
Profile : Founder Director, IndiPetShop.com
Rahul Raizada, FMG (2003 - 2005)
Profile : Director PWC India
Presenting the Founder & CEO of HiringPlug- FORE alum Mr. Vikramjit Singh Sahaye
I would try to address this point in the simplest form directly from my heart, no textbook language.
I might be one of the few FORIAN or maybe THE ONLY ONE from my batch of 1996-1998 who decided not to follow the conventional placement companies from the campus and choose to venture into an unconventional industry ( Logistics/Freight/Transportation ) in 1998, 02 Decades back when everyone wanted to choose a very safe career / reputed company and renowned & established verticals/industries like - FMCG, Banking, Automotive, Consultancy, Market Research Firm, etc....
College is a place where you meet lifelong friends, learn so much that you realize you know nothing, and gain great strength in dealing with a variety of obstacles. I am grateful I got all this and much more. The marketing foundation lessons from Dr Singhvi have greatly helped me create impact in all the roles I have done with HUL.
Mohit Mittal, FMG-15 (2006-2008)
Associate Director, Acuity Knowledge Partners
I would recommend the current and future students to gear up for this amazing journey full of ups and downs, and more importantly a lot of learning.
Pankaj Sharma, FMG-20 (2011-2013)
Associate Director, CRISIL
Still remember the first day at college very clearly when the mind was full of thoughts and heart full of ambitions and the two most buoyant thoughts in the head were to ensure a good kick-off to the career at the end of two years and have learnings and experiences which can stay along throughout life.
Mr. Ankur Bhatia- FMG 18
Team Manager Product Strategy- Royal Enfield
My time at FORE was spent oscillating between 3 things I love a lot - Marketing, Cricket and Food. I had immense learning in Freda ma'am's classes and could never have enough of them. When I look back, working on assignments with people who became my closest friends are memories for a lifetime. FORE also gave me ample opportunity to play Cricket and to compete not just within the college but also outside it. The best 6 days of my life were spent with my fellow teammates competing for 2 years at Chakravyuh, the inter-college sports tournament.
Mr. Dhruv Bansal - FMG 20
Ecommerce Product Manager- Lenovo
It was the year 2010 when I wrote CAT and after having cleared a few PIs, had to decide which institute to choose from. FORE, with its substantial alumni network and the proximity to the Corporate hub of Gurgaon and Noida, meant that it will not have dearth of exposure. And I was not wrong.
FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.