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Kiran Gems Conducts Interoffice Cricket Tournament as a Part of Their "Employee Recreations and Development"

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New York, NY, January 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Kiran Gems, Mumbai had two days, 21/12 and 22/12, of inter office cricket tournament as a part of their “employee recreations and development” program...

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Kiran Gems Conducts Interoffice Cricket Tournament as a Part of Their "Employee Recreations and Development"

Jan 2 2014, 2:15am CST | by

New York, NY, January 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Kiran Gems, Mumbai had two days, 21/12 and 22/12, of inter office cricket tournament as a part of their “employee recreations and development” program. There were 12 teams which had employee participation from all levels of Kiran i.e. right from “office assistant” to “management” grades, classified into 4 groups. There were a total of 21 exciting matches played among the various teams which then gave the winner and runners up of the tournament. The final match was played between the teams of Mr. Dinesh Lakhani and Mr Varun Lakhani. Mr. Varun Lakhani, the chief of Kiran Jewels (India) and his team were the winner of the tournament. His team had showed up an exemplary performance across all the departments of bowling, batting and fielding. Mr. Varun Lakhani said, “The most important part is that the players do not actually meet each other every day. They have come together for this tournament and have displayed excellent skills of coordination, planning, strategizing, belief and trust on team mates and implementation to attain the set results.”

As per the management of Kiran, the tournament meant a lot more than mere fun for all. These kinds of activities help in bringing down the communication barriers across the various levels of organization. Besides it also provide opportunities to meet employees from various different functions of the organization at a common and free platform. This goes a long way creating team spirit, success contribution and delivering results through planning and implementation.

At the end of the tournament, players of the winning and runners up team were recognised with their respective trophies. Mr. Dinesh Lakhani said that "This is more than winning or loosing. It is about spending time together, knowing each other better and perform together to attain a set common objective."

About Kiran Gems:
Kiran Gems is India’s premier diamantaire with international reach and reputation. It is “The world’s largest manufacturer of diamonds”. Kiran’s breadth of product offering and its focus on quality has made it one of the most preferred diamond supplier to the biggest and most well-known brands and/or companies of jewellery and watches. The company has 142 specialised production units, in Surat and Ahmedabad, which processes over 5.7 million carats of rough to produce over 1.6 million carats of polished diamonds. A workforce of over 32,000 trained individuals makes the group the largest employment creator in the Indian diamond industry. Kiran owns 1 million sqft of factory space to manufacture polished diamonds. More information about Kiran Gems is available on www.kirangems.com.

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Kiran Gems
Swaroop Biswas
+912240504444
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