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LPU’s Addl Director Aman Mittal honoured with top-two ASMA Awards in Mumbai

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Jalandhar, Sep 30, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Additional Director at LPU, Mr Aman Mittal has recently been honoured with top-two ASMA (Adoption of Social Media in Academia) Awards in Mumbai. Mr Mittal has been honoured for being top marketer in the education sector, and for bringing the largest number of international students to India for internationalization of higher education.

Supported by AICTE and ASSOCHAM; ASMA is a research initiative. It empowers academic institutes to optimize the usage of social media tools in achieving multiple objectives of institution building. This occasion was India’s biggest conclave on ‘Digital Transformation of Academia’- the 3rd ASMA Convention and Awards 2019 for honouring and recognizing trendsetters in education.

On this occasion, along with Chairman All India Council of Technical Education Prof Anil Sahasrabudhe; Co-Chairman ASSOCHAM National Council on Education; President Association of Indian Universities; Directors of IIMs; High Commissioners; Ambassadors; and, a recognizable number of Founders, Vice Chancellors, Directors of India’ s top social and academic Institutions were distinguished speakers. LPU’s Additional Director Mr Aman Mittal was also a proud part of this galaxy of intelligentsia.

Experienced leader with a proven account of operations in the education industry, Mr Aman Mittal is skilled in ‘Marketing Management, Advertising, Business Development, Strategic Planning, and International Business. He is a devoted professional with MBA from University of Southampton, the United Kingdom.

Thanking Former High Commissioner of India to Canada & Former Ambassador of India to South Korea Mr Vishnu Prakash, Mr Mittal dedicated the awards to his passionate team. Also being the panellist at the largest confluence of education stalwarts, Mr Mittal commented that “sharing knowledge with the senior academic fraternity at ASMA gathering is an ever-cherishing and remarkable experience”.

Informing about the incredible strides of LPU, Mr Aman Mittal also informed that LPU has leveraged on Digital Marketing.

Highlighting, ASMA Awards 2019 witnessed 200+ thought leaders & delegates from Academia, EduTech, Govt & Corporate sectors; India’s top 30 Marketers in Education 2019; 20+ Illuminating Panels, Sessions & Workshops on ‘Cutting Edge’ topics; and, 70+distinguished speakers & panellists.

All the workshops and panel discussions held by ASMA were interactive and informative with great response from the audience. The top panellists from all across the country also discussed leveraging technology to strengthen the alumni network to re-invent the institutions.

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