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European excellence award for Assam girl

Post Bureau 

GUWAHATI, June 9 

Roma Sinha, senior operational manager (East India and Nepal) at VFS Global won the “European Process Excellence” award, 2012 for her ‘Best Process Improvement project’ on business management. She is daughter of Rebati Mohan Sinha and Ranju Sinha, hailing from Bekirpar near Kabuganj in Cachar district. The award was presented during the recent PEX Week Europe Summit – a multiday event for process improvement professionals in London. 

Courtesy: Seven Sisters Post

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Girl from Cachar bags international award


Girl from Cachar bags international award From our Correspondent SILCHAR, May 18: Roma Sinha, senior operational manager at VFS Global, a multi-national company, won the European Process Excellence award 2012 for Best Process Improvement project on Business Management during the PEX Week Europe Summit recently held in London. She is the first Bishnupriya Manipuri woman to receive an international award. The Process Excellence awards have been established to honour, recognize and celebrate the projects that demonstrate true and best practices. The awards recognize the outstanding achievement in the field of process excellence, improving company, business impact and innovation. Roma Sinha is the younger daughter of Rebati Mohan Sinha and Ranju Sinha of Bekirpar village near Kabikunj of Cachar district. Sadhan Purkaystha, a social activist and secretary general of Citizens’ Right Preservation Committee congratulated Roma on her success and wishes her for the better future.

Courtesy: Sentinel

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  1. This is a great news. Talent is everywhere, only opportunity should be provided.

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  2. Really good to see a BM lady winning an International Award. I heartily congratulate her on her success. But I m not in favour of the term "first Bishnupriya Manipuri woman to receive an international award" being used by the prestigious Assamese daily newspaper The Sentinel. There are many unsung heroes(women) of our society who have reached the international platform and who might not be crazy of gaining popularity and preferred to celebrated their success in isolation. In that case it will be an offense to put the crown of the title 'First BM Lady' on someone else without checking the details. Regards Bimal5

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