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Found the addressing "Dy GM" in New Delhi area in the IT domain.

What does it mean?

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closed as general reference by ShreevatsaR, kiamlaluno, Mitch, JeffSahol, simchona Jan 9 '12 at 18:43

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Interesting question but easily answerable by a quick google search. – Mitch Jan 9 '12 at 17:57
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It means Deputy General Manager, also abbreviated as DGM

Citing sources, as requested.

Dy. is an abbreviation for Deputy. Please see this Wikipedia link.

Also, GM is an abbreviation for General Manager. Please see this Wikipedia link.

I work in IT industry, and in my company, we have positions like AGM (Associate General Manager), DGM (Deputy General Manager), GM (General Manager).

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Looks like a good answer, do you have a source? – MετάEd Jan 9 '12 at 17:53

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