Million Minds and CILT A new beginning for a cause
The ‘Logistics Achievers Award and Talent Hunt 2013’ programme, which concluded on February 9 in New Delhi, witnessed huge industry participation. Launched by Million Minds Management Services and Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, India (CILT)
The ‘Logistics Achievers Award and Talent Hunt 2013’ had a footfall of more than 500 prominent logisticians from India and abroad. In a bid to sensitise industry towards recruiting fresh graduates and post graduates, Million Minds team gave presentations in more than 100 business schools of Mumbai, Bangalore , Delhi and Punjab. The aim of the presentation was to encourage youth to understand and seek job opportunities in logistics sector.
Million Minds Management Services (formerly known as T2P Consultants) was incorporated in the year 2007 in Delhi with a defined mission and vision of ‘Offering quality services in the field of logistics education, training and consultancy for performance enhancement’. Since its inception, the young and dynamic team of Million Minds has left no stone unturned to achieve its milestone. With the focus on gradual revenue increment, the team also focussed on means and ways to consolidate logistics industry as a whole. In this direction, Million Minds team worked with the education industry and helped the youth in making future in logistics sector. In 2012, they organised the first edition of the award function called ‘Logistics Talent Hunt 2012, International Conference & Award’ in New Delhi.
After completion of regional screening of Logistics Talent Hunt 2013, national level competition was organised and nine teams were declared winners by the jury. Twenty Five students from these national winners went a step further and decided to dedicate themselves to the enhancement of logistics sector and became prestigious member of the club namely, “Brand Ambassador, Logistics Talent Hunt” that was unveiled at this event.
In addition, with an objective to record the students’ observations towards talent hunt, the organisers published a book -‘Logistics an untapped opportunity’. A research paper: ‘White Paper on Human Resource the Critical Gap’, prepared by Million Minds, was also unveiled at this event.
Speaking at the occasion, Lt. Gen DV Kalra (Retd.) AVSM, PVSM said, “Logistics came from army and now the time has come to give logistics industry a touch of army like working in a proposition to achieve perfection.” K C Jena, Chairman CILT (India)/Former Chairman Railway Board appreciated Million Minds for its attempt to bring all logisticians on a common platform and cited the event as a start of change in logistics sector.
Amit Shankhdhar, Director Million Minds Management Services, focussed on organisational mission with the objective of bringing the whole logistics industry together by shifting from competition to collaboration. He also emphasised on to prepare future leaders by encouraging youth to take logistics as a career.
“We are delighted to hold the 2nd edition of Logistics Achievers Awards. The industry which works as the backbone of economic activities and the people who move this industry are hardly recognised for their immense contribution,” added Prem Prakash, Director, Million Minds Management Services.
The Millon Minds Advisors at the ‘Logistics Achievers Award and Talent Hunt 2013’ with the officials of Millon Minds & CILT