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Pmi West Bengal Chapter : News August 2017
PMI West Bengal Chapter
Learn and Earn Sessions
Beating the hot afternoon sun on 20 May, more than 20 project management professionals attended a “Learn and Earn” session organized by PMI West Bengal chapter on “Consulting for project managers" at the IBM office at DLF II, Newtown.
The speaker, Anindya from IBM provided insights into how a project manager can become a consultant to the customer. He gave tips and techniques on developing and delivering a winning presentation.
On 24 June, the chapter conducted a session on stress relief through meditation and pranic healing.
Chapter members received guidance on various simple yet effective ways to reduce stress from instructors Debasree Roy Chowdhury, Sanjay Agarwal, and K.K. Chakraborty. The session covered meditation and the application of pranic healing to improve health, relationships, prosperity, and spirituality.
On 24 June, Chapter President Sumit K. Sinha visited CSM Technologies, Bhubaneshwar. On the agenda were discussions with its top management on conducting regular “Learn and Earn” sessions and seminars for professionals in Bhubaneshwar and those around the city.
Interaction with Rotary Club
President of Rotary Club Renaissance, Chirabrata Majumder, invited PMI West Bengal Chapter to a Club board meeting at Deshapriya Park on 17 June.
The chapter took this opportunity to talk about its education and training capabilities, its engagements in the social sector, and the recent regional conference that it hosted in Kolkata.
Four members of the chapter were given a token of appreciation on 24 June for completing their respective PMI credentials. The members are Rajarshi Arun, PgMP; Snigdha Ghosh, PgMP; Subhajit Ghosh, PMI-ACP; and Arijeet Bose, PgMP.
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