One Day Management Seminar

  • One Day Management Seminar

    • 16 April 2016
    • 10:00 a.m - 12:30 p.m
    • RIMS Campus

    One Day Management Seminar on “SKILL INDIA” SPEAKERS: 1.Dr. C. M. Thyagaraja, Registrar Evaluation, Kuvempu University, Shivamoga. 2. Mrs. Sujatha Visweswara, Vice President and Head of Technology and Innovation, Wipro Ltd. Session 1: Dr. C. M. Thyagaraja, motivational speaker enlightened the students by giving key points about the skills that are needed for today™s generation and the skills are: 1.Improving practical and technical knowledge along with communication skills. 2.Ability to speak at least 3 languages of the nation e.g. English, which is international language, regional language and mother tongue. 3. Leadership skills with proper general knowledge. 4.One should become techno-savvy and learn to operate the latest devices comfortably. Skill India is an initiative of the Government of India. It was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 16th of July, 2015 with an aim to train over 40 crore people in India in different skills by 2022. Session 2: Mrs. Sujatha Visweswara, shared her invaluable thoughts about technology up-gradation. The youth belonging to”Y”generation are exposed more to the technology world where as the senior citizens and baby boomers are finding more difficulties to cope with the advanced technology. It was a great opportunity for me to host the show which made me confident in public speaking and helped me to overcome stage fear. All the students were highly benefited by the creative and innovative speakers. – By ALPANA DEKA, PGPM, Section-A (PA1503)

    One Day Management Seminar on “SKILL INDIA” SPEAKERS: 1.Dr. C. M. Thyagaraja, Registrar Evaluation, Kuvempu University, Shivamoga. 2. Mrs. Sujatha Visweswara, Vice President and Head of Technology and Innovation, Wipro Ltd. Session 1: Dr. C. M. Thyagaraja, motivational speaker enlightened the students by giving key points about the skills that are needed for today™s generation and the skills are: 1.Improving practical and technical knowledge along with communication skills. 2.Ability to speak at least 3 languages of the nation e.g. English, which is international language, regional language and mother tongue. 3. Leadership skills with proper general knowledge. 4.One should become techno-savvy and learn to operate the latest devices comfortably. Skill India is an initiative of the Government of India. It was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 16th of July, 2015 with an aim to train over 40 crore people in India in different skills by 2022. Session 2: Mrs. Sujatha Visweswara, shared her invaluable thoughts about technology up-gradation. The youth belonging to”Y”generation are exposed more to the technology world where as the senior citizens and baby boomers are finding more difficulties to cope with the advanced technology. It was a great opportunity for me to host the show which made me confident in public speaking and helped me to overcome stage fear. All the students were highly benefited by the creative and innovative speakers. – By ALPANA DEKA, PGPM, Section-A (PA1503)

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