Mr. Sameer SurveSameer Surve started training at the age of 18. His own life took a turn for the better, when he underwent a leadership training course under a trainer from Dale Carnegie Institute. Hooked on to the benefits of such a training program, Sameer desired to take up training as a profession. He underwent three years of intensive training to be a trainer, wherein he underwent the intensive seven week training 12 times. After that, he launched himself as a trainer along with his father and started Pathik Human Resource Development Institute in 1989. Pathik has so far conducted over seventy Leadership programs in English and in Marathi.
Ms. Sandhya SurveAfter completing her M.Sc. (Statistics) from Mumbai University and Diploma in Personnel Management & IR from NMIMS, Sandhya started her career in Recruitments and Soft-skills training in 1992. Sandhya has conducted training programs for various companies like New India Assurance, Eicher Demm, etc. She also worked as an ISO 9000 consultant for a firm for a while, before she realized that her passion lay in working with children. To upgrade herself, she went on to acquire certification as a Life Coach from Result Coaching Systems, Australia. She has also attended the Train the Trainer program from Dale Carnegie Institute. Sandhya is also a certified Image Consultant.
Mr. Gopal SehjpalGopal Sehjpal.. started his career way back in 1962 with KODAK. Starting with office management, his own initiative took him to a successful and long stint in Sales. Being responsible for institutional sales of Radiographic products to radiologists and clinics, he gained a rich experience in sales between 1964 to 1972. After a sojourn in Administration between 1972 and 1978, he moved to the higher echelons of management. Between 1978 and 1982 he was handling branch management as Assistant Branch Manager as well as sales of Microfilming products.
Mr. Sehjpal then moved into a field that to date he holds dear to his heart. Between 1982 and 1990, he was in charge of Personnel management - an all-India position. This period highlights three wage- settlements with the Union,