MCC Students Organized National HR Conference -SUNERGEO ’15
Sunergeo means “Working Together” and true to its meaning, MSW HR students of Madras Christian College collectively organized a National HR Conference titled “Leveraging Human Capital towards Organizational Excellence” in Madras Christian College today. The event had Participants from various educational institutions with management background as well as HRs from leading corporate, including Microsoft, TVS, Lennox, Visteon etc.,
Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Hema Mani, Director HR, India and China, Lennox, said “Employees ought to be given the freedom to failure because autonomy leads one to be innovative and creative. Mr Shashikanth Jayaraman, Founder, HR Sangam was one of the vibrant speakers who articulated inventive strategies to achieve the Organizational Excellence”.
Students and HRs came from various colleges and organisations to attend the conference. The conference also provided opportunity for M.Phil. and Ph.D. students to present papers on their researches.
Dr.Alexandar Jesudasan, Principal, Madras Christian College Dr.R Belinda – HOD, MSW (HRM) Madras Christian College, Mr. Sundarraj, Bursar, Mr.K Iyappan, HR Director (South Asia) Halla Visteon Climate Control Corp, and Mr. Leon Stephen, MCC Student Representative were also present at the event
Madras Christian College has entered into the 178th year of glorious service to the Nation. Founded as a School in 1837 in the black town of Madras, the Institution was built and its character shaped by a host of Scottish missionaries such as Anderson and Miller, Hogg and Boyd. Many dedicated Indian teachers as well as generations of brilliant students contribute to its success story. Today the College has more than7000 students (both ladies and gentlemen as they are traditionally called) and over 220 faculty members serving in 33 departments of both aided and self-financed streams. It is a matter of pride that the institution is ranked among the Top Ten Liberal Arts and Science Colleges in India. The Institution received the Rating of A+ (equivalent to 90-95%) by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in its first accreditation in 2003, and is reaccredited with the highest rating of A grade in 2013. The 365 acre salubrious, idyllic campus with its rare, diverse flora and fauna is a great joy to live in.