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Shamli graduated from Shri Ram College of Commerce at Delhi University and complete her MBA from IIM Calcutta. She is presently the Senior Vice President and Global Head of Procurement Analytics at a MNC in Noida.
She joined AIPC for various reasons which includes her concurrence with the ideology of Congress, her endeavor to give back to the society by way of her intellectual application etc. She plays an important role at AIPC South Delhi.
Dr Sharma began his practice as a cardiologist in a renowned hospital in the United Kingdom. He gave up his practice in 2010 and came back to India to raise his children in their country of birth.
Dr Sharma joined the AIPC because he felt “there are so many ways in which doctors can help save lives but they are unable to speak to those in power.So many illnesses today can be prevented with better healthcare policy.”
I am a wine professional. Currently, working with SoHo Wine Club as a Wine Advisor and Marketing Manager. I am a partner at Fete Hospitality LLP, a startup foraying into the restaurant sector.
I believe as a youth and citizen of India, I am responsible for its well-being. As I was provided with healthy opportunities in this country, I would like to work towards providing such opportunities to the fellow citizens. I chose to be part of AIPC because I have always resonated with the INC values and see AIPC as a perfect platform to start a dialogue on crucial civic, social, moral, cultural, developmental challenges faced by the country & the world and to consequently act on those in a sustainable and systematic manner to achieve the best solutions beneficial for the society.
Mr Minhas Khan has been working in finance as a branch manager since 2011, he joined the AIPC after demonitisation “after seeing the suffering that the shortage of currency caused to his regular customers who he has known since he first joned the branch. At that moment he felt powerless to stop the suffering his loyal customers faced”. He joined the AIPC to ensure he will have his say on this issue an many other mismanged government policies.
24 January 2018
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24 January 2018