A plum post at Welspun landed by IMT-Nagpur’s Abhinav Gogia
A prime placement at Welspun has been landed by Institute of Management Technology Nagpur student Abhinav Gogia.
Welspun is an amalgamation of expertise, resources, opportunities and engineering excellence, with a strong foothold in more than 50 countries, more than 24,000 employees, more than 100,000 shareholders and is one of India’s fastest growing conglomerates.
Abhinav, who landed a plum position in their finance section, says his exact job profile will be discussed after the induction phase, but he believes he has performed well in past positions and “I am prepared to take this opportunity and add value to the Welspun family.”Born and raised in Ludhiana, Abhinav took mechanical engineering at Government College Ferozepur then decided to work in the services sector and joined a growing software company, Nagarro Softwares.
From there he came to IMT Nagpur because “I wanted to pursue a fully residential MBA because I believe that an MBA is more about what happens outside the classroom,” he said. “Some of my friends had completed their MBA from Nagpur campus and they supported my decision. The management gives independence and resources to students to take initiatives.”
It’s a move he’s glad he made, noting: “It definitely has helped me to bag this job because the environment provided here has made me culturally acceptable to any respected organization where I would like to work.”
“One thing I believe is education always pays you; it may be today or after some time. The courses offered are well designed and are adding value to me and every student.”
Abhinav will be bringing more than his knowledge to the job at Welspun.
“My dedication and religious effort for the work that I do will help to achieve excellence,” he said “and my people skills in making connections will help to grow business.”
Welspun has also landed itself a loyal employee.
“Five years down the line if things go as I have planned, I would see myself at a good position in the company that I will join right now,” said Abhinav. “I don’t run for money, I rather strive for better work – I think that money follows in the end and I am not a person who shifts between companies or jobs quite often.”