Orientation Day 2 – Session 1 of Prarambh 2020Posts by JSB
August 14, 2020,
Day 2, Session I
11 am – 12.30 PM
Jaipuria School of Business, Ghaziabad on its second day of Prarambh 2020, Orientation Programme of new PGDM Batch 2020-22 held a Panel Discussion on “Expectations of Corporate from B School Graduates”,
The event started with the Director of JSB, Dr. Jitendra Kumar Mishra welcoming all the panelists on-board and thanking them for their time. The eminent panelists of the session were Mr. Harit Nagpal, MD & CEO, Tata Sky Ltd, Mr. Apurva Chamaria, Chief Revenue Officer,RateGain, Mr. Ashok Bhasin, Advisory Board Member, T-Ventures and, Mr. Pallav Sinha, Founder,Mera Job India Pvt Ltd.The discussion was moderated by Mr. Mohd Salman, Head-CRC of Jaipuria Group of Educational Institutions.
The aim of the program was to orient students and to make them aware of what is expected from them once they pass out of the Programme after two years and enter the real world of the Corporate.
Mr. Harit Nagpal focused on the need for the students to be proficient in General Management roles as these are the traits that make them tick in a corporate world. He also advised the students to convert the unfavourable situation into opportunities and reap the benefits of the same.He also stated that Collaboration is the key to success in corporates. Mr. Apurva Chamaria, explained about the need for developing skills like Learnability, Resilience, Agility, and encouraged T-Shaped learning. Mr. Pallav Sinha shared his thoughts on innovations in the Financial Sector and Fintech world and explained how the Management students can use this knowledge to their benefit. Mr.Ashok Bhasin advised the students to be mentally, physically and psychologically prepared to learn, unlearn and relearn the concepts that are being taught at the B-school and apply them contextually in the real world. He also stated that only those who consider a 360-degree approach to situations and are eco-sensitive are prone to succeed in the coming days.
Mohd. Salman moderated the discussion in a very interesting manner and raised pertinent queries to capture the issues and concerns of the budding Managers.
The discussion brought forth the key skills necessary for getting success in the corporate world and how essential it is for students to imbibe these skills in the current scenario.