K.R. Mangalam University organised Seminar in collaboration with CEGR

K.R. Mangalam University, Gurugram, in collaboration with CEGR organized a Seminar on the topic of "Enhancing Skills for Competitive Corporate World". Speaking in the seminar Prof. Sanjiva Dubey said that students should focus on skill development in their subject of study. If students will have skill then it will increase their employability. Prof. Sanjiva Dubey is former Chief Information Officer (Asia Pacific) of IBM Pvt Ltd. He has authored seven books which have been published by reputed publishers. He is also Visiting Faculty of IIM Lucknow, IIM Indore and various other prestigious institutions.

Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR) is an independent think tank dedicated towards qualitative, innovative and employability-enhancing education, preparing the next generation as future leaders. The centre provides a platform for the exchange of dialogue among academicians, corporate, media and policy makers and augments educational growth and research.

Speaking in the Seminar Dean of School of Management and Commerce, Prof. Vijay Dubey said that to get success in the corporate world students will have to labour hard. They must understand that by doing job they are not only serving the company but in fact they are serving the society as a whole. They must develop their skills. He said that University is committed towards the holistic development of students and faculty members are doing their best to hone the skills amongst the students.

Main moto behind the seminar was to step by step develop the corporate employability skills viz., awareness, practice, feedback, reflection and refinement amongst the students. Students also got various inputs on strategies to enhance the employability by improving their soft skills.The seminar was organised by School of Management and Commerce. Prof (Dr.) Brajesh Kumar, Dean Academics, appreciated the effort done by faculty members of the school.The seminar was coordinated by Dr. Meghna Chhabra.

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