The objective of the meet was to understand the changing paradigms of the industry needs and accordingly change the curriculum for the participants, said a statement from IIM Indore.
Director, IIM Indore Professor Rishikesha T. Krishnan addressed the gathering and shared his views on IIM Indore and its Industry Connect. He said that the purpose of Industry Interface Office is to connect with the industries not only with regards to executive educational programmes, but also to modify the curriculum for diversifying students' knowledge. 'The first year students have Industry Interface Programme, under which 95 projects were taken by the participants during the last year.
This not only gives an exposure to the participants, but also helps the industry to find various solutions for the problems faced by the organization', he said. He also discussed about the Expert Talk Series and various other initiatives taken by the students to enhance industry connect.
This was followed by the talk by Mr. Ashwani Lohani on the topic-'Managerial Excellence in a Challenging Environment'. He began his speech appreciating the Industry Meet initiative and mentioned that such events help the students learn at a stage when they can easily grasp and quickly enhance their skills.
Addressing the gathering and sharing the importance of human values Mr. Lohani said, 'Before you jump to a conclusion and take a move ahead for your career, ask yourself, what is the purpose of your life? Do you just wish to be successful and famous and earn money; or you really want to develop as a human being?' He advised the students to understand that life is beyond great lifestyle and enjoyment-and we need to identify the true-self and take our aims forward slowly and steadily, getting over the setbacks and remaining strong. 'Every youngster today wants to reach a top position in the sector he/she works in. Attaining a top position isn't worthy, if you don't use that position and power for the welfare of the society', he said.
He encouraged the students to become successful managers, but also advised them to try and become inspirational leaders who encourage the employees, don't have ego and listen to the inner voice which gives genuine suggestions. His talk was followed by a Q&A session.
Professor NMK Bhatta, Chairperson, Industry Interface Committee and Faculty, IIM Indore, then presented a report on Industry Interface Programme 2016-17, which was followed by felicitation of the Industry Partners for the programme.
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