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2017 IIT Bombay-GNY Annual Reunion / Leadership Conference

By : PANIIT |July 24, 2017 |Featured News, IIT-GNY (Greater New York, NY-NJ-CT-PA)

IIT Bombay Alumni Association – Greater New York Chapter invites you to the 2017 Annual Reunion / Leadership Conference. This is a public event open to all, including GNY Chapter members, their friends and family as well as other IIT’s alumni.

Ticket price include a sumptous lunch plus pre-meeting tea/coffee and snacks. Great opportunity to network with fellow alumni, interact with leading business, finance and technology leaders, hear some interesting perspectives, and catch up on IITB news.


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2016 Leadership Conference. Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI

By : PANIIT |January 30, 2016 |Austin, Auto Draft, Cap-IIT Alumni Asociation, Washington DC, Columbus, Ohio, PanIIT, IIT Alumni Association of North Texas, IIT Alumni Association Singapore (IITAAS), IIT Alumni Canada, IIT Alumni India, IIT Alumni of Greater Houston, IIT Alumni of the Bay Area, IIT Association of Greater New England, IIT London Alumni Association, IIT Long Island, IIT Midwest (Chicago), IIT Southeast USA, IIT-GNY (Greater New York, NY-NJ-CT-PA), IITians Association of Australia, Michigan IIT Alumni Association, Pacific Northwest (Oregon) / Portland, Pacific Northwest (Seattle), Pan-IIT of Tennessee, Pan-IIT Southern California, Los Angeles, PANIIT Chapters, PanIIT Connecticut Chapter, PanIIT Global, PanIIT Korea Chapter, PANIIT Milwaukee, PANIIT of Carolina, PanIIT Pacific Northwest Chapter, PANIIT Philadelphia, PANIIT Phoenix, PanIIT Phoenix Chapter, PANIIT Pittsburgh, PANIIT RSS FEED, PanIIT, Colorado Chapter

2016 Leadership Conference

August 12 to 14, 2016

Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI


Leading transformation for a better tomorrow

Technologies that lift the human spirit


Hosted By Indian Institutes of Technology Association of Greater New England (IIT AGNE)

A first for IIT Alumni in the New England Region

Co-sponsored by IIT AGNE and PANIIT USA


Join fellow leaders, educators, innovators and decision makers from around the world


Come Hear:

  • Top Plenary Speakers
  • Leading Industry Experts
  • World Class Technologists
  • Game Changing Social Innovators
  • Cutting Edge Life Scientists
  • Life Changing Health Specialists
  • Revolutionary Educators


Visit our website: http://www.iit-2016.org/ Contact us at: info@iit-2016.org or call (781) 281-9326

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2016 Leadership Conference Providence, RI

By : PANIIT |January 30, 2016 |Featured News, PANIIT Chapters

2016 Leadership Conference

August 12 to 14, 2016

Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI


The 21st century is witness to accelerating change across economies and beyond political boundaries. With growing populations, global climatic changes, and resource limitations the challenges seem daunting. In the past human ingenuity has delivered a constant stream of innovations to address such issues. What will tomorrow bring?


New England is host to world class thought leaders and game-changing innovations that address these challenges and can dramatically transform the future. Their ideas and innovations have ranged from technologies that augment life at home to enhancements that address health and lifestyle of changing demographics; from large scale disruptions in established industries to major policy impacts at city, state and national levels.


The IIT Association of Greater New England (IIT AGNE) and the PANIIT USA invite you to join us as we bring together this dazzling array of thought leaders across industries and technologies, a gathering to paint a vision of the future. To highlight the opportunities for change and to explore how it will impact you personally, at work and within the larger society. The theme of the 2016 Leadership Conference “Leading transformation for a better tomorrow: Technologies that lift the human spirit” highlights the transformational impact science and technology have on our lives.


The 2016 Leadership Conference will be held at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, Rhode Island from August 12 to 14, 2016. PANIIT conferences enjoyed a breadth of attendance from senior business executives, to academic and technology decision makers. Your support and the presence with your colleagues will make the difference in increasing understanding worldwide.


Visit our website http://www.iit-2016.org, Contact us at info@iit-2016.org or call (781) 281-9326

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Career Insights – Investment Banking & Private Equity at Rice University, Jones Graduate School

By : PANIIT |August 19, 2015 |IIT Alumni of Greater Houston

The IIT Alumni of Greater Houston (IITAGH) and the Rice Indo American Business Club (RIABC) will be co-hosting a Career Insights event focusing on the Investment Banking & Private Equity Industry.

In the energy sector, investment banks are involved with advising and structuring deals for companies working through mergers and acquisitions, and much more.  Have you ever wondered what is the difference between investment banking and private equity, or have you considered how to parlay your work experience in the energy sector to propel you to a career with an investment banking firm?  If you are looking to understand what investment banks and private equity firms do, what it takes to join these firms, and what skills are required to be successful in the industry, then join us for this upcoming event.

Please sign up here for this event.

Date:  Saturday, August 22, 2015
Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Location: Rice University, Jones Graduate School of Business, Tiered Classroom 312
Dress Attire: Business Casual

We have a limited number of seats available for this event to ensure an opportunity for you to spend time with the panel and get all of your questions answered.  The seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The Panel will include:

Mohit Singh is currently at Head of Business Development / SVP Northern BU at BP Lower-48 and focuses on mergers and acquisitions in the upstream oil & gas sector.  His other specialties include reservoir engineering, business planning, and business development.  Prior to that, he worked with RBC Richardson Barr and with Goldman Sachs for seven years.  Before that he was with Shell Oil as a senior reservoir engineer for seven years.

He obtained a Bachelor in Chemical Engineering from IIT Kanpur, a PhD in Chemical Engineering from University of Houston, and an MBA from the University of Austin at Texas.

Anuj Sharma is an Investment Director at Mercuria Energy Group where he focuses on principal investments in the E&P sector and manages Mercuria’s E&P portfolio in North and South America. He has more than 16 years of experience covering upstream investments, asset managements, sell-side research and oil field services operations. His specialties are private equity investments and asset management in the upstream oil & gas sector.  He obtained a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering from Malaviya National Institute of Technology, and an MBA with highest honors as Fuqua Scholar from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.

Shantanu is a Partner at Energy Ventures, a leading oil and gas focused Venture Capital/Growth Capital firms. He has also founded Oscomp Systems, a startup in the gas compression domain. He focuses on investments in innovative, growth and technology opportunities in the energy sector.

He has deep expertise in Oilfield Services with experience in fieldwork, managing operations and business development/sales for Schlumberger. Prior to his MBA from Harvard University, Shantanu was with Schlumberger leading the sales and marketing role in North-West Europe (All of Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, UK, Ireland, and Mauritania).

He has worked with McKinsey Climate Change Special Initiative, consulting to various US utilities and energy firms in the past. He has also worked with California Clean-energy venture capital firm evaluating the solar and battery spaces in the past. Shantanu has a B.Tech in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee.

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Michigan IIT Alumni: Panel Discussion – Manufacturing & Technology in building major economies – “Make in India” and Midwest Economy

By : PANIIT |August 19, 2015 |Michigan IIT Alumni Association

Hello Michigan IITans —

Aug 28, Fri – 530-8pm

Panel Discussion – Role of Manufacturing & Technology in building robust economies in large nations – “Make in India” and lessons from our midwest”.

Venue: Univ of Michigan Ann Arbor, Ross School of Business – Rm R2220 tentatively  [please check for changes of room closer to 8/28]

Friends, family welcome; as are Students/ faculty/ alumni of UofM campuses, Wayne St U, Lawrence Tech, and other region universities



  • Ramesh Mangaleswaran, Management Consultant, Partner at McKinsey & Co., Manufacturing Practice, Head of Chennai Office
  • Kent Herrick, former Chairman of Tecumseh Products Company and Vice Chairman, Mackinac Policy Institute (think tank) 

Additional panelists — to be confirmed (in update announcement)


Panelists/speakers will touch on the following themes:

  1. a) “Make in India”, a government of India initiative to boost manufacturing (Opening remarks by Ramesh Mangaleswaran,  )
    b) Role of manufacturing in building middle class jobs economy;
  2. c) lessons from the cresting and decline of midwest american manufacturing 1950-2010.



Rajesh Radhakrishnan

Public Bios of Panelists below:

About Ramesh Mangaleswaran

Ramesh is a director and a founding partner of McKinsey’s locations in Chennai and Bangalore. He co-leads our Operations Practice in India and Asia and previously led the firm’s Social Sector Practice in Asia.

Ramesh has led multiple projects to assess and help realize the full potential of India’s manufacturing and infrastructure sectors, in collaboration with leading industry associations. He has led a major McKinsey knowledge initiative on global trends in sourcing manufactured goods from low-cost countries, identifying effective responses for companies in both developed and emerging economies.

In his client work, Ramesh supports large companies in shaping strategy, building operational excellence, and strengthening their organizations. For example, he has developed 5-year growth strategies for several major businesses in the civil, infrastructure, concessions and heavy manufacturing sectors and has also designed and implemented a multi-year growth and operational-excellence program for a manufacturing conglomerate.

A key focus of Ramesh’s work is on building leadership and talent, often through long-term partnerships with his clients. For example, he helped create a multi-year leadership development program for a major engineering firm to support a strategy of rapid growth. He also designed the organization structure and talent model for a diversified engineering and infrastructure corporation.

In the social and public sectors, Ramesh has helped define strategy in school education, including an organization and implementation plan; and developed a strategy for skills development to aid people at the bottom of the economic pyramid, primarily in India.

Outside McKinsey, Ramesh actively contributes to non-profit organizations in the education and disability fields. He serves on the boards of the Pratham Education Foundation and the Pratham Skills Institute, amongst India’s largest NGOs. He also serves on the Executive Council at Chennai City Connect, a non-profit focused on the city’s planning and infrastructure needs. Ramesh is a keen long-distance runner.

Published work

Designing philanthropy for impact” (PDF–5.64 KB), McKinsey, October 2013

“Scaling the Indian automotive aftermarket: Path to profitable growth” (PDF–1.22 MB), McKinsey, Presented at the CII Auto Service Conference 2012, November 2012

Retaining the edge: Sustaining South India’s growth momentum” (PDF–1.22 MB), Confederation of Indian Industry, March 2011

Educating for tomorrow”, Business Today, March 2011

  • Indian Institute of Management, AhmedabadMBA
  • Indian Institute of Technology, BombayBTech in Metallurgical Engineering


Kent Herrick is Chairman of the Board at Tecumseh Products Company.  He is president of Thermogy, a start-up LLC focused on the development and commercialization of technologies related to combined heat and power alternative energy sources and president of Aquaculture Research Corporation, a non-profit research and education organization focused on developing aquaculture in the Great Lakes region.  A member of the Board of Directors of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, he is also active with several trade organizations.  Mr. Herrick is a graduate of University of Notre Dame and holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

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IITAA-Korea pilot project with the students of grades 10, 11 and 12 on April 10, 2015.

By : PANIIT |April 20, 2015 |PanIIT Korea Chapter

IIT Alumni Association, Korea (IITAA-Korea) in association with Gyeonggi Suwon International School (GSIS) has done a pilot project with the students of grades 10, 11 and 12 on April 10, 2015. The idea was to bring the technical and professional expertise among the members and mould them in to simple insights for the high school students. As a pilot project we chose the topic of “Problem Solving” as the theme for the first session and the following piece is a short summary of the event.
As a part of our outreach and community based events we got in touch with teachers at GSIS exploring various options on how we (IITAA-K) can contribute constructively. Out of much such conversation came the idea of having a session or open dialogue on “Problem Solving” which IITians are famous worldwide. Taking this as an opportunity we the office bearers took upon ourselves the task to experiment this mode of outreach.
On the afternoon of Friday, April 10th around 12 students, 5 teachers and 4 office bearers got together in the classroom in GSIS just after the school hours. There were equal number of boys and girls and being an International School there was no trouble communicating with any of them.
Jalaj Jain started the session bringing in his entrepreneurial and professional experience to the discussion. He highlighted the importance of strategy, experimenting fast and failing fast and deciding on your goals and directing resources in that direction. It was followed up by Vishnu Vinjam who illustrated few problem solving strategies by the STOP-THINK-ACT-EVALUATE framework and did a live example on “Math difficulty” with students participation.
Next came Subhojit Chakladar who crisply summarized his insights in the form of three stories from his life. He talked about the need to learn from the past, stand out and make place for oneself in this world and the idea of comfort zone and transcending its boundaries. Pankaj Agarwal backed everyone up with his three golden rules for success, to report to oneself, to always stay positive and to know he/she is special. It was followed by a brilliant 7 minutes video of World Speaking Champion Dhananjay Hettiarachchi.
This short 45 minute presentation was followed up a very lively Q&A session with questions from both teachers and students. Topics like importance of arts in a STEM based education, design thinking and effort vs intelligence in success were discussed. The session ended with a small token of appreciation from the school to the members of IITAA-Korea.
We followed up with the school authorities for feedback and are happy to hear very positive feedback from students and teachers calling it highly relevant and insightful. They have proposed having similar such sessions in future and we from IITAA-Korea are working to formalize this relationship and take this collaboration and outreach forward.
This pilot project was a huge success and has provided us with a framework for all community based activities in future, banking on the strengths of the members in the group and gearing it to the needs of the society outside.

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Finance Know How by IIT Alumni Association Korea

By : PANIIT |March 22, 2015 |PanIIT Korea Chapter

Date: March 15, 2015

iit korea 2 IIT Alumni Association Korea aims to provide a platform to all alumni to inspire and learn from each other.  Since a lot of current members have graduated from IIT in last 1-2 years we realized the importance of having a session on managing money, investments and personal finance. Mr.Jalaj Jain, who is a Senior Engineer at Samsung Electronics and also Vice President (Finance) of IITAA, Korea has had extensive experience in this field and was willing to share his hard earned knowledge and experience to everyone.


Thus the ‘Finance Know Know‘ session took shape on Sunday, 15th of March. Almost all of the youngest members in the group participated in the event. The session started with the importance of money and personal financial discipline; and proceeded to few broad principles that will help start the investing journey. Mr. Jain shared his journey over years and difficulties he has faced by poor, emotional decisions; and pointed out to lessons that he learnt from those experiences. The session followed with a brief introduction to various financial instruments and ended with Q&A.


All in all, this event was a huge success for the team and provides a framework for us to carry forward our work and make meaningful strides for our members and association. Below are few testimonials from attendees, also PFA pics from the event.


“The Finance know-how session was very informative. The information about stocks, bonds, and other instruments to save and compound money was helpful to me as a beginner. This coupled with the real life experiences described in the session highlighted the importance of finance management. Though the session was an introduction to the world of Personal Finance, it sure did point me in the right direction to explore further. I hope that more such sessions are conducted in the future.
– Prajwal

“The Sunday’s event was a good insight on different ways of handling the money for greater returns. Many things were covered and useful tips and places to start were provided. Of course we need to invest time in order to carry on, but a lot was saved in terms of the research that we would have to do if we started from scratch.”
– Sanket

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