They form the props to any organization, the indispensable pivots between
the boss and his subordinates. And when they themselves are an organization,
organizations need not worry about going kaput.
The National Institute of Professional Secretaries (NIPS) is a professional
institute founded in 1970 by Homai Mehta, Director, JJ College of Commerce,
Mumbai's leading business college. Regional chapters have been formed at New
Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Bangalore and Hyderabad. NIPS currently has a
membership exceeding 1,500 lady management secretaries, executive secretaries,
executive assistants and stenographers.
The Hyderabad Chapter was founded by Rita Kumar of ITC Bhadrachalam Paperboards
Ltd., on May 22, 1993. With the recognition of NIPS spreading in the corporate
world, the chapter has since grown both in membership and in terms of conducting
high quality programs.
NIPS' primary aim is to help its members become full-fledged professionals by:
Improving their efficiency and instilling in them a sense of pride in their
Enhancing the image of the secretarial profession in the corporate world.
Assisting members in honing their skills, knowledge and expertise in the
secretarial world, thereby helping the professional secretary meet the corporate
challenges of the future in an era of globalization.
Conducting conferences, meetings, training programs and workshops once
a month, aimed at developing the skills and aptitude of its members in its
endeavor to achieve its objectives.
NIPS has held many national conventions and competitions for the best secretary and has been a frequent participant at many international congresses, too. The Hyderabad chapter, too, has been quite active and has organized many meetings.
Today, the Administrative Professional Day will be celebrated at Hotel Green Park. V Radhakrishnan, Manager-Secretarial, ITC Bhadrachalam Paperboards Ltd., will give a seminar on Stephen Covey's 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People.
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