The Most respected Awards in the Project Management field
Best Projects of 2011 to get recognized and honoured at PMI's Project Management Awards which will be held in Chennai. Project Management Institute (PMI) has established a number of awards to recognize and honour significant achievements in the project management profession. The Project Management Awards are one of the most coveted prizes in project management field and will be presented during the PMI National Conference 2012. -- The
PMI India Awards are presented at the PMI India Project Management National Conference every year and are judged by a group of select practitioners having an expertise in project management domain. The entries are welcome till June 15th 2012 and the project should have been completed in the calendar year 2011.
The 2012 award nominations are now open to organizations including small, medium and large enterprises and individuals as per the below four categories:
- Category A: Project of the Year Award
- Long Duration
- Medium duration
- Short Duration
- Category B: Best Project of the Year - For Small and Medium Businesses
- Category C: Contribution to the Community Award
- Category D: Practitioner of the Year Award
PMI recognizes and honors the contribution and achievements of organizations and individuals made to the project management realm. Past winners of the PMI India Awards include GAIL (India) Ltd., Cairn Energy, Engineers India Ltd., Infosys - Chennai (CSR Wing), HSBC, Reliance, National Stock Exchange and few others.
For more details on Project Management Awards 2012 please visit www.pmi.org.in/conference2012/awards.asp
Source: Press release distribution via India PRwire
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About Project Management Institute (PMI)
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PMI's envisioned goal is that worldwide, organizations will embrace, value and utilize project management, and attribute their success to it. These products and services are the basis of greater recognition and acceptance of project management's successful role in governments, organizations, academia and industries.
PMI's standards for project, program and portfolio management are the most widely recognized standards in the profession - and increasingly the model for project management in business and government.
They are developed and updated by thousands of PMI volunteers with experience in every type of project, and provide a common language for project management around the world.
The PMI Research Program, the most extensive in the field, advances the science, practice and profession of project management. It expands project management's body of knowledge through research projects, symposiums and surveys, and shares it through publications, research conferences and working sessions.
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Most of PMI's activity takes place in more than 260 geographic chapters and 36 industry- or interest-based communities of practice. These communities open to PMI members and led by volunteers, support the knowledge sharing and professional networking that are central to our mission.
PMI offers six certifications that recognize knowledge and competency, including the Project Management Professional (PMP)® credential held by more than 370,000 practitioners worldwide. Salaries and career opportunities for credential holders show that employers recognize the value delivered by trained practitioners.
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PMI offers a wide range of professional development opportunities, from our SeminarsWorld® and e-learning courses to PMI global congresses and other events.
You can also turn to more than 1500 Registered Education Providers (REPs) for project management training and continuing development. For those in college, the PMI Global Accreditation Center for Project Management Education Programs has recognized more than 85 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
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