Aspirations change civilisations: Kapoor
   Date :04-Jun-2019

 
 
Business Bureau:
 
THE 30th edition of ‘Workshop on Aptitude Development’ (WAD), a seven-day workshop was inaugurated with exuberance at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur on Monday. Rajat Kapoor, Founder, Director and CEO of the Ascent-Group, also an alumni of RCOEM was the chief guest of the inauguration function. Kapoor in his address to the delegates said, that he has noticed massive changes in technology and businesses over the past years. “The most important change is the development of ‘Brand India’. The global reputation of India has changed phenomenally. Our country has got extraordinary amount of recognition,” he said.
 
He shared his professional journey and stated that it taught him to have higher aspirations. He said, “Aspirations change civilisations. The youth of the country should dream big and benchmark against the best. One should suffice his education with innovation and should try to innovate everything to make it better, faster and cheaper”. He stressed on virtues like team-building, adaptation to changing workspaces, being open to new ideas and criticism, discipline and the need to have good communication skills. Apart from this, he also mentioned that one should evaluate changes on the basis of factual data rather than gender, cultural and racial biases.
 
One should build a sense of gratitude and contribute back to the society were his views. He concluded by saying that happy people achieve better than unhappy people and hence one should enjoy one’s journey of life. He ensured WADs success and gave best wishes to all the delegates and organisers. Delegates in large numbers from various colleges across Vidarbha were present for the workshop. Dr Rashmi Shahu, Convener WAD said, “The aim of such an endeavour was to explore the latent potential in each of the participant and help them to reach the highest altitude.
 
 
WAD is a platform which gives one space to let yourself out”. Dr Rajesh Pande, Principal RCOEM said, “Times are changing, education is witnessing a lot of change. The various types of jobs, employment and expectations from the candidates are changing and thus, WAD helps individuals to live up to those”. Dr R S Pande and Dr Rashmi Shahu were also present on the dais.