MBA students told to work smarter

MBA students told to work smarter
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Kakatiya University Registrar Prof K Purushotham advised the management students to work smarter as well as harder to excel in their field.

Warangal: Kakatiya University Registrar Prof K Purushotham advised the management students to work smarter as well as harder to excel in their field.

He stated that students from State universities were not inferior in any way in comparison to the students graduating from corporate colleges and national institutes. He quoted many examples of successful CEOs of international companies, who graduated from state universities.

Prof Purushotham speaking at the valedictory of management students’ meet, MAD (Management Aptitude Development) Show-2018, wanted the students to combine smart work with hard work to succeed as managers, said a release from the university here on Sunday.

He further stated that many graduates from state varsities and with modest background reached prime positions in their career and life. What was required for such an achievement was determination and zeal to reach goals in quickest and most efficient manner, he added.

The alumni president and head of operations of Hyderabad-based Aga Khan Academy, David Samroy asked the students to be brutally honest during their career and maintain optimum ethical values. He expressed his readiness in extending all possible support if the university sets up a finishing school.

The Director of National Small Industries Corporation Geetha Goti laid emphasis on the need for more women to become entrepreneurs and told students to do proper home work on their ideas before taking entrepreneurship.

HR Head of Asabhanu Technical Services, Hyderabad, Rasheed pointed out that the current generation of students were considered as Z-generation or I-generation and felt happy over the fact that they have clear cut ideas about their career.

Awards and certificates were presented to the winners of the events. A student Nada Saman of Vaagdevi College won ‘Young Manager Award’ while another student Ramya Varalaxmi of KITS, Warangal won ‘Women Entrepreneur Award’. About one thousand students from AP, Telangana and Karnataka took part in both formal and informal events enthusiastically proving their talents and abilities at the event named ‘Synergy’.

Dean (commerce and business management) Prof Kamaleshwar Rao Suryadevara; faculty advisor, Principal and Dean Prof VVS Sarma; Dean (College Development Council) Prof Ch Rajesham; SBI manager TVS Narayana Rao; Renovision president Alex Moses; and others were present.

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