Wednesday, November 3, 2010

'Sanskriti 2010' National B-School Event

Sanskriti 2010 National B School event was Inaugurated at IPE campus, Osmania University, on November 03, 2010 by the Dr. Jamshed J Irani, Director, TATA Sons Ltd., in the presence of Dr. P Rama Rao, President, Board of Governors, Institute of Public Enterprise, Mr. Shekar Agarwal, President, FAPCCI, Mr. M Narayana Rao, Chairman and Managing Director, Midhani., Prof. R.K. Mishra, Director, IPE.
Dr. Irani, spoke about the values to be imbibed by the individuals which helps in good corporate governance. He further spoke about the menance of corruption, casteism, climate change and corporate’s responsibility to give back to the society.

He Quoted instances from his experiences of TATA Group about how positive discrimination helps in the growth of the under privileged strata of the society and also the growth of any organization. He urged the community of younger generation to stick to values, commitment and ethics.
Dr. Rama Rao, addressed the students on management and values while.

Mr. Shekar Agarwal, expressed his desire to have a continued association of FAPCCI with IPE in the long run.

Mr. Narayana Rao, importance of skills of management in any technical area.

Prof. Mishra has welcomed the guests and he has felt that it was an honor that Sanskriti had an eminent personality Dr. Irani to inaugurate the fest.
‘Sanskriti 2010’ a national B-school fest, It is a platform for budding managers to show case their talents, to interact with students from other colleges, participate in various competitions and win cash prizes worth Rs. 3,00,000. Sanskriti, through its comprehensive format provides opportunities to management students to test their conceptual skills, domain knowledge and soft skills through participation in various events. There are over 100 shortlisted participants from management institutes across India and an expected participant on the event days is about 1000. Sanskriti, being IPE’s flagship event is being celebrated on a grand scale and Sanskriti 2010 has just gone bigger and better.

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