Honor Roll


After the grades release yesterday, the Dean's List is now out. :) I did a post on the first Commendation List last April and I wasn't able to follow it up. Now, it's time for major recognition.

Our Dean's List represents the gold standard for academic performance for the MBA 2008 (Decemer) class of the Asian Institute of Management. It's my honor to present my classmates and friends in the honor roll (all lists are presented in alphabetical order):

Commendation List for Quantitative Subjects (First and Second Terms):
  • Ena Liza Ang
  • Nitin Bhagnari
  • Reetesh Bhargava
  • Pankaj Dhawan
  • Weindell Lim
  • Russ Lo
  • Anthony Ng
  • Kumar Aditya Ray
  • Sandeep Sharma
  • Vijay Suryanarayanan
  • Serafin Tongco II
  • Amit Kumar Vijay
Commendation List for Qualitative Subjects (First and Second Terms):
  • Ena Liza Ang
  • Rosie Avila
  • Kanishka Bhargava
  • Mark Daniel Chan
  • Ganajaran Govindajaran
  • Ma. Katrina Francesca Herrera
  • Shonal Gadia
  • Madhusudan Ponnuveetil
  • Shweta Srivastava
  • Serafin Tongco II
Dean's List for First and Second Terms:
  • Ena Liza Ang
  • Rosie Avila
  • Kanishka Bhargava
  • Mark Daniel Chan
  • Pankaj Dhawan
  • Ganajaran Govindajaran
  • Madhusudan Ponnuveetil
  • Sandeep Sharma
  • Liberto Siahaan
  • Serafin Tongco II
Dean's List for Third Term:
  • Faye Christine Abis
  • Ena Liza Ang
  • Mark Daniel Chan
  • Ma. Katrina Francesca Herrera
  • Justin Robert Ladaban
  • Vishwas Muthyala
  • Mary Anne Perez
  • Madhusudan Ponnuveetil
  • Serafin Tongco II
  • Jennifer Valenzuela
  • Michelle Yap

Congratulations! :D

Comments

John Wes said…
Interesting, we now have commendation lists for Quanti and Quali? Awesome. Time to give recognition for "quali" folks, too!
Maya Perez said…
Thanks, Regnard! Your girls, Faye, Jen, and I have made it onto the Dean's List haha! :P I still owe you and Jen dinner!! And don't worry, I'm not yet done with my MRR, too! I'll be submitting mine on Thursday!
Anonymous said…
I suppose the AIM, Manila runs excellent pro-grammes but don't understand the treatment towards the deans listers. The flag bearers should be given recognition on its web site, after all it is the grey matter that changes the world.Not the numbers or the popularity.

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