MISI Convocation Ceremony 2018

22 Jun 18

The Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation held its 2018 Convocation Ceremony on May 31, 2018. Nine students from the MIT-Malaysia Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSCM), five students from MISI Blended Master’s of Supply Chain Management Program (MSCMx) and one student from the Part-Time Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (PSCM) program received their degrees during the ceremony.

The commencement address was delivered by Mr. Edward E. Graham, President and Chairman of ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc. The Chairman of MISI Board of Governors, Tan Sri Dr. Zulkefli Hassan, and members of the MISI Board of Governors Prof. Dr. Yossi Sheffi, YBhg and Prof. Dr. Noor Azizi Ismail also graced the occasion.

The MSCM graduates were Apurv Shrivastava, Atziri Margarita Hernandez Carrillo, Charles Narbonne Merineau, Girish Vishnubhotla, Juan Carlos Dahbura Ramos, Pavan Kumar Amarvadi Venkata, Sharique Islam, Suharto Chatterjee and Zhafri Aiman Onn.

The MISI Blended Master’s of Supply Chain Management Program (MSCMx) were Adeel Habibullah Kalwar, Antonio Henrique Dianin, Edip Celebioglu, Kim Yung Chun and Mamoru Yamaura.
The PSCM graduate was Jane Low Pek Leng.

For Best Thesis Awards, first place was awarded to Juan Carlos Dahbura and Pavan Kumar Amarvadi Venkata and second place to Antonio Henrique Dianin, Edip Celebioglu and Kim Yung Chun.
MISI’s faculty and staff would like to congratulate the graduates on their achievement and wish them success in their future endeavours.


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