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Launch of Singapore Chapter

March 31, 2017, the Singapore chapter of FORE Alumni Association was formed after an alumni meet of FORE Alumni, in the historic settings of the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore. This was first of a kind meet as the institute had not yet ventured into foreign lands to reunite FOREians before this. The alumni who attended included:-

Nitin Gupta, FMG 13 Director, IIML Fund Managers (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Anuj Deepak, FMG 13 Director, AZ Atheneum
Kriti Jain, FMG 13 Director, Standard Chartered Bank
Aditya Kaul, FMG 12 Associate Director, NRI Business, Citibank, Singapore
Mrs. Ashna Kaul, FMG 12 On Sabbatical
Namrata Agarwal, FMG 17 Business Analyst, IT, Liberty Insurance Pte Ltd
Rachit Luthra, FMG 17 & wife Amrita Sisodia (Senior Business Analyst, Stryker) AVP – Business Development, The ICON Resources Group
Aarti Garg, FMG 14 Vice President, Business Finance, Consumer Banking Group & Wealth Management, DBS
Mukul Jain, FMG 7 VP, Regional IT Support, Pramerica
Amisha Singla, FMG 17 Marketing Associate, Google, Singapore

The event was organized by the FORE Alumni Network (FAN) and attended by illustrious faculty including Dr. Jitendra K. Das, Director and Prof. Freda J Swaminathan, Professor- In- Charge.   Since FORE has over 50 alumni working in Singapore, it was decided to open a Singapore Chapter which will plan activities for the alumni in Singapore. Mr. Mukul Jain (FMG 7), Vice President of Pramerica, was nominated as President of the Singapore Chapter and Ms. Namrata Agarwal (FMG 17) was selected as Vice President of the Singapore Chapter. FAN appreciates the efforts made by the distinguished Alumni who graced the occasion with their presence and made this Singapore Meet a success, opening doors for many more such Meets.

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