Two day Leadership Training Program was being facilitated by M.R. Pai Foundation through skilled trainers from the Forum of Free Enterprise on 21st and 22nd September 2016. A team of experts Mr Vivek Patki and Mr Sachin Kamath from Mumbai took highly interactive sessions based on practical workshops on the themes like Goal Setting, Self-Management, Communication Skills and team work to highlight a few. The camp aimed at inspiring, engaging and helping students to develop the skills needed to meet the leadership challenges lay ahead. Our college this time organized second consecutive camp wherein total 77 Students from various colleges of the city participated. The programme started with the inaugural followed by welcome address by the Principal and PPT display regarding the Forum by one of our student Sahi Aggarwal of M.Com I showcasing the agenda and purpose of the camp and organization and throwback pictures of the past camp of 2015. The two day camp included lot of activities emphasizing how to develop Leadership skills and helped them to understand their inner strengths and areas of their personality that they need to work upon. Most of the students felt that it changed their perspective of looking at life and themselves. They felt that the sessions helped them to evolve as better human beings and suggested ways to deal and handle their daily issues. Students also felt that the duration of the camp could have been longer as they needed time to understand and imbibe those qualities in them through these various practical based activities. The camp concluded with great enthusiasm. Students felt charged and elated and shared their feedback of the camp. An audio- video was displayed on the concluding day showcasing the two day activities of the camp. Principal Mrs Manjit Kaur congratulated the Experts Mr Vivek Patki and Mr Sachin Kamath for their valuable contribution and dedicated effort for the successful execution of the camp. She also congratulated the organizers and felt happy that students felt rejuvenated and benefitted through this camp. The valedictory session concluded with the distribution of certificates and vote of thanks.
All the students are hereby informed that Literary Society is organizing a LEADERSHIP TRAINING WORKSHOP In memory of the late M.R. Pai, arranged by M.R. Pai Foundation, Mumbai,Jointly with Forum of Free Enterprise, Mumbai and Government College of Commerce & Business Administration, Sector-50 Chandigarh on 21st and 22nd SEPTEMBER 2016
A team of experts from Mumbai will be taking highly interactive sessions based on practical workshops on the themes like Goal Setting, Self-Management, Communication Skills and team work to highlight a few. The camp aims at inspiring, engaging and helping students to develop the skills needed to meet the leadership challenges lay ahead. Our college is organizing second consecutive camp. 50 Students from various colleges will also be participating in the same. There will be in total 70 students.
- Program will commence on 21st (Wednesday) and conclude on 22nd Sep 2016 (Thursday)
- Registration and attendance at 8:45 am Sharp
- Timings: 8:45 AM to 3:30 PM
- Lunch will be provided to the students.
Certificates will be given only those who will attend the workshop for two complete consecutive days.
“A REAL EDUCATION WILL NOT TEACH YOU TO COMPETE:
DO YOU AGREE WITH THE STATEMENT OR DISAGREE?”
Venue: Literary Society
Literary Society organized Creative Writing/Public Speaking and Quiz Competition on 14th and 15th September. In total 17 students participated in creative writing competition and 18 students in Public Speaking Competition and 21 students participated in Quiz Competition. Topics for the event were:
|· Character of an Institution is reflected in its Leader.
· A transformational India needs to overhaul its Education system
· Creativity is the greatest rebellion in existence.
|Short Story writing||· Risk in Life
· A special Morning.
· Love is the Key.
|Poem writing :||· Youth
· Phases of Life
· Dance your way to God.
Topic for debate: A real education will not teach you to compete: Do you agree with the statement or disagree?
Following were the list of students shortlisted for youth fest participation:
|1||Sukrit Koul||BBA II||38||
|2||Manisha Mittal||B.Com I||168|
|1||Kajal Kalra||BBA III||344/14||Short story Writing|
|2||Urvashi Gupta||BBA III||308/14|
|1||Robindeep Singh||B.Com I||063||Poetry writing|
|2||Arunika Kanwar||BBA III||338/14|
|1.||Nitin Kumar Sharma||B.Com III||73||
|2.||Sahil Verma||B.Com I||67/16|
|1.||Aeknoor Singh||B.Com I||60/16||Elocution|
|1.||Nitin Kumar Sharma||B.Com III||73||Poetry Recitation|
|4.||Navit Hakhoo||B.Com III||03/14||Quiz|