ITM University, Gurgaon conducts workshop on ‘Hum Honge Kamyaab’
A workshop on corporate culture named ‘Hum Honge Kamyaab’ was held today at ITM University, Gurgaon for the management students. The workshop was conducted by DSC Club at the University campus. More than 100 students and faculties attended the workshop which was an effort to educate and guide the students of our country to make them better entrepreneurs and professionals. The others who attended the workshop were Brig SK Sharma(Retd), Pro Vice Chancellor, Col Bikram Mohanty (Retd), Registrar, Dr Charu Shri, Head, School of Management, Dr AK Vij, Prof. DR Agarwal, and Ms Jiveta Chaudhary.
The workshop was conducted by Mr. Priyo Guha, Senior Manager, Human Resources, DSC Club and Mr. Somit Madan, Senior Manager, Marketing, DSC Club.
Brig. S.K Sharma (Retd.), said at the occasion, “Is is very important to conduct these type of seminars for students in order to prepare them to face the challenges of the corporate world”
Mr. Guha while addressing the students said, “Students you are all very competent and hardworking but when you enter the corporate world you may get flustered by the expectations that you are required to meet. The best way to do away this anomaly is by being prepared beforehand. You need to know what is required of you and that could be done effectively if you understand the in and out of the organization you are joining”.
The seminar was conducted to fulfill the objective of training the students from HR point of view and to prepare them how to represent themselves at an interview. It also focused on what the corporates expect out of students while hiring candidates.
The corporate world is completely different from college life and there are more expectations and responsibilities at the workplace as compared to that in college. In the seminar, a corporate view was presented to the final year management students of the University which focused on various aspects that a student needs to focus on. It created awareness about the necessary skills students need to adjust and cope up with the corporate culture.