Industry Interface >> Corporate Interaction
The students are primed for their future managerial roles through extensive interaction with industry stalwarts and learned academicians. The Training & Placement Cell (TPC) tries to bridge the gap between the requirements of the recruiters and the aspirations of the students through its Corporate Interaction Program (CIP). Guest lectures are organized, under CIP, on regular basis wherein experts from various industry verticals and operational areas interact with the budding managers and share their experiences. Briefs of some of the lectures organized in the recent past are:
Mrs. Namrata Srivastava
Deputy Manager-Bihar & Jharkhand,
Mrs. Srivastava visited the Institute campus on 16th September’2011. She shared her practical views on team work, sincerity and delegator quality and explained what the organization would expect from the budding managers- about to start their career in corporate world. She told the students about “the six management lessons” which an efficient manager should follow while handling a team.
Mr. Bikash Kumar Singh
Ex-President of “Jharkhand Small Scale Industries",
Ex-Secretary General of "Federation of Jharkhand Chamber of Commerce and Industries”.
Mr. Singh agreed to visit the Institute campus on 24th November’2011. He took a session on “Entrepreneurship and Consultancy” and shared his practical experiences on the challenges faced by an entrepreneur. Few important and thought provoking lines underscored by him were: Shun Negative Reading, Never Compromise, Don’t check the feasibility of your dreams-Just Dream and have the power to achieve them! He also emphasized on the “Law of Attraction” and stated that whatever a person’s thinks, he gets; so one should never limit his thoughts.
Dr. Arabinda Bhandari
Manager, Dr. Reddy’s Lab Ltd,
Dr. Bhandari visited the Institute on 21st January’2012. He took a session on “Strategic Management”. He emphasized on the evolution of the concept as well as the process followed by leaders in adopting the most suitable strategies for an organization. He said that “Competition is the heart of strategy formulation”. He also explained to the students the difference and importance of being a “manager” and a “leader”.
The lectures are highly vibrant with students asking many questions, which are very enthusiastically addressed by the guest speakers.