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  • DR. MIEKO NISHIMIZU, VICE PRESIDENT, SOUTH ASIA REGION,THE WORLD BANK, WASHINGTON D.C.
  • 20th Annual Convocation Address, 2001
  • “You, are the chosen few leaders who will spread the beacon of this great institution, the Institute of Rural Management, and the spirit of Anand throughout the Nation India. Yours will no doubt be a brilliant career. But, you will achieve nothing, absolutely nothing, for yourself, your children and your beloved India, unless the Swaraj of your dream is also the poor people’s Swaraj – of all the poor women and men of the Nation India.”
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  • Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee (The then Prime Minister of India)
  • 19th Convocation Address, 2000
  • “You are equipped with special knowledge and skills that can be used to change the face of rural India. It calls for dedication. It calls for determination. Above all, it calls for faith in the abilities and centuries-old wisdom of the people who live in our villages. I have no doubt that you will not be found wanting in dedication, determination and faith.”
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  • Dr. P.C. Alexander (The then Governor of Maharashtra)
  • 17th Convocation Address, 1998
  • “The Institute of Rural Management, recognised as unique among the 500 and odd institutions for management training in our country, bears the indelible imprint of Dr. Kurien’s vision and philosophy. This institute has trained you to become not only successful managers of India’s rural development organisations, but what is more important has instilled in you the motivation and pride to serve the cause of the rural people. You are being initiated to join the great adventure of building the progress and prosperity of rural India and I congratulate you on the privilege of having been equipped for such a challenging and noble mission.”
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  • Dr. P.C. Alexander (The then Governor of Maharashtra)
  • 17th Convocation Address, 1998
  • “The Institute of Rural Management, recognised as unique among the 500 and odd institutions for management training in our country, bears the indelible imprint of Dr. Kurien’s vision and philosophy. This institute has trained you to become not only successful managers of India’s rural development organisations, but what is more important has instilled in you the motivation and pride to serve the cause of the rural people. You are being initiated to join the great adventure of building the progress and prosperity of rural India and I congratulate you on the privilege of having been equipped for such a challenging and noble mission.”
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