Rashmi Nain

 

Interaction with Rashmi Nain (Class of 2003), Head- International Business, Crisil Risk and Infrastructure

 

Rashmi Nain, a founder batch student, talks about her journey from studying at Inbuss to becoming Assistant Director, KPMG.

 

Q.  How do you value your two years at Infinity Business School? What do you miss about Inbuss?

 

A. My years at Infinity paved the path for my professional life. They opened a whole new world for me. The learning and opportunities Inbuss gave me have been my friends for life. I miss life at the Sikandra Road campus and the interaction with Mr. Neeraj Batra most!

 

Q. How useful do you think the course curriculum has been at Inbuss for you in your professional life?

 

A. Inbuss focused not just on the academics but also on equipping us with necessary social and soft skills needed to succeed in the working world. This gave us the cutting edge to succeed.

 

Q. How has the journey from Inbuss to KPMG been?

 

A. It has been a long journey! I started out at Ernst & Young where I got placed on campus. I spent three years in Transaction Advisory Services in the Infrastructure team and got to learn from the best in the business. My partner Mr. Jayesh Desai was an inspiration and gave me ample room to grow and a guiding hand. I subsequently spent a brief stint at Deloitte where I got exposed to the media, technology and entertainment space in the US. post which I joined the Corporate Finance team in KPMG.

 

Q. How is your current experience at KPMG?

 

A. I joined KPMG over three years ago and love being back in Delhi and working on infra projects -- my first love. I was recently made Assistant Director and look forward to having a long career with the firm and learning and growing here.

 

Q. What according to you are the critical factors for success in the corporate sector?

 

A.Hard work, commitment and teaming are the three pillars to success. If you have the three in your court, nothing can stop your rise and success.

 

Q. What message would you like to give to aspiring management students?

 

A. Take the most out of campus life -- ask questions, learn and grow.

Don't be afraid of hard work!