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Madhukar Kamath, to step down as President of MICA

07-March-2017
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Madhukar Kamath, to step  down as  President of MICA

Madhukar Kamath, President of MICA, has announced a planned transition in the leadership of MICA, Ahmedabad. Kamath will step down as the President of MICA post the convocation in the first week of April. Established in 1991, MICA is one of the first residential institutes in the country dedicated to creating Leadership in Strategic Marketing and Communication.

The Governing Council of MICA has appointed one of its members Dr. Tridip Suhrud, Director of Sabarmati Ashram Preservation and Memorial Trust, Ahmedabad, as the Acting Director of MICA to help Kamath in the transition process. Dr. Suhrud’s appointment is in a non-remunerative capacity.

The Governing Council along with Kamath will shortly be announcing the next President of MICA. Meanwhile, Kamath will continue to work with the Dean Dr. Preeti Shroff and the academic leadership team.

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