Saturday, 21 November 2015

Orientation Program for Management Students 

Henry Ford quoted “coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress; working together is success”, thus moving one step closer to the goal we set for ourselves.  Thus the journey is so far has been a great learning experience for the PGDM students of Christ Institute of Management, Delhi NCR. 
Mr. Dony Peter, an international HR trainer who has trained over 35,000 amazing people across North America, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and Asia over the past decade, was the main charm of the orientation program. He brought with him the latest global trends in industry, motivating the students and emphasizing on the essentials of personal development. The sessions were fuelled with energy, passion and purpose for every student. He spoke about how much important it is for a management student to move beyond the boundaries of a B-School in order to achieve his dreams. 

Students got aware of various tools which will help them to get them spot the grey areas in their life and how to deal with them. It was an opportunity for the students to get them oriented towards the goal they have set for themselves. By attaining the sessions, students got equipped with the information of how to gain an edge over others and how to portray their knowledge and skills, in order to get ready for the CORPORATE WORLD.


Friday, 20 November 2015


Being situated in the heart of India and as one of the reputed Management colleges in Delhi NCR, students of Christ institute of management has got a wonderful opportunity to visit the International Trade Fair, held at Pragati maidan, New Delhi. Students were able to discuss with the corporates across various industries and countries to understand the supply and distribution of their products, competitiveness of market and how as a company they build strategies to grow and to sustain against their  competitors in market.
Being a management student, practical experience forms the basic need for students, to get live experience in-order to understand different companies, their products and services, their marketing strategies, revenue models, supply chain and distribution. It was the 35th India International Trade Fair which was inaugurated by Honourable President of India, Shri. Pranab Mukherjee on November 14. International Trade Fair is a platform to showcase peculiarity achieved by the country in diverse fields especially trade and commerce and the overall experience this year was an immense as the theme of the fair was on “Make in India”. ITPO as the nodal trade promotion agency of the country has had a pioneering role in the national trade growth dynamics since its inception.

Students had interactions with various traders from South Africa with beaded jewellery and dolls, Afghanistan who arrived with a platter of rich dry fruits, and Turkey with mosaic lamps. Thus overall it was a learning experience for students, were students got opportunity to build network with various corporate people and it was live experience for students to understand the job market requirements, current trends, and requirements of corporate.


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