HR Mentors- Professor Navin Punjabi
Extraordinary credentials, is what HR College of Commerce and Economics seeks from within its faculty members. To train the students to whom, our Principal Dr. Mrs. Indu Shahani, considers being the future responsible and respected citizens of our country, she endeavors to fetch the best and top notch professors and faculty members to HR College.
In her ardent desire to impart quality education, market experts, entrepreneurs, business associates are roped in as visiting faculty, although they share their knowledge, their time is limited as compared to our fixed faculty members. But HR College has its own true market experts who showcase brilliant credentials and the flair for teaching and educating these young citizens.
Among these, we have one of the most learned and well informed Professor, Mr. Navin Punjabi.
Hardly 4 years of teaching at HR College and Navin Sir, is one of the most famous professors of the degree college. From the first years to the post graduate students, every student has been taught by Navin Sir.
Although being a Private banker, a consultant, and a PhD, Mr. Navin Punjabi has a subtle nature as a professor who is meticulous and indeed particular about teaching his core subjects to the students which include Corporate Governance, Regulation of Securities Markets, Principals of Investment and so on.
"Navin sir, is the professor who in our first year shared with us the importance of reading the Business and economics newspapers. He conducted tests on the same and today, it has inculcated as a habit amongst us." says a final year student of financial markets.
" Navin Sir's lecture is highly valuable as he shares with us all the current updates relating to his subjects and also about other related topics, through articles and journals on the web." says another student of HR College about the well planned and structured lectures of Professor Navin Punjabi.
Teaching being one of his skills, Professor Navin also actively assumes great responsibility with regards to the extra-curricular activities and training the students in their all round development.
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