Management students told to meet international benchmarks
In view of the globalisation, the management students should upgrade their standards to meet international benchmarks, suggested Kakatiya University...
A two-day event ‘MAD (Management Aptitude Development) Show-Synergy 2017’ organised at Kakatiya University
Hanamkonda: In view of the globalisation, the management students should upgrade their standards to meet international benchmarks, suggested Kakatiya University Registrar Prof MV Ranga Rao.
He exhorted the students to hone management and communication skills with the changing times. One could excel in the field only if she or he updates themselves to match global environment, he said speaking after inaugurating the two-day summit of management students at the university on Monday.
The event titled ‘MAD (Management Aptitude Development) Show-Synergy 2017’ was being organised by Renovision Club and Veda Club of University College of Commerce and Management amd University Arts and Science College of the University.
Prof Ranga Rao noted that a less percentage of students graduated were suitable for corporate job requirements as many lacked skills suiting the job requirement. Management events would expose the students to be abreast of currents trends and also helpful to exhibit their latent talents, he hoped.
The DIG (Prisons), K Kesava Naidu addressing the gathering said that the students should be passionate about their future and try to reach heights in their career. Management plays very key role in every field. Applying better managing techniques helps achieve better results in the organisations, he said.
One of the sponsors of the event, Avinash Constructions Company, Hyderabad chairman Avinash Suryadevara said that human civilisation crossed many phases like industrial, mechanical, electronic and it the time integrate digital data with human intelligence to produce better results.
He wanted the students to think at global level and to be dynamic in their approach towards challenging situations. He said that the current policies of the governments were conducive to entrepreneurs and management grads make use of the situation.
A former student of KU and executive director of Mudra Company, Anil Deepak told the students to brace up to face tough competition in the field. One should be ready to learn from failures so as to shine in their career.
Adarsha Law College Chairman Boora Vidyasagar wanted the KU management graduates to excel at international level and make efforts in that direction. He advised the students to chalk out a clear plan of action of their future.
The College Principal Prof VVS Sharma presided over the inaugural ceremony. Business management dean Prof M Subrahmanya Sharma, the college alumnus V Mahender, architect Chada Purushotam Reddy and others spoke.
About 900 students from 50 colleges from Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Vijayawada and other places are participating in the event.