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Raman Khilnani

Raman Khilnani is an M.B.A. from Maastricht, Netherlands, also has a Masters in Philosophy from Delhi University and an M.Phil in Management. She has been teaching for the past fifteen years in various institutes like Bhartiya Vidyapeeth College, IILM, Fore School of Management, D.T.U.{Delhi Technical University}, Sri Ram Institute of Management, Indus World School of Business, RNIS and Delhi School of Business. She has also conducted courses on Managerial Communication, Communication for Global Managers, Written Analysis and Communication through E-Lectures for Annamalai University. She is also on the panel of UPES (University of Petroleum and Energy Studies) and Gullbarga University. Ms Raman Khilnani has been a trainer, to many PSU and Pvt. Organizations and has conducted training programs on Communication Skills, Marketing Management, and Negotiations for senior management executives, Work, Life Balance, Stress management and Women Entrepreneurship.
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