Future generations should upgrade skills: Dr Pande
   Date :05-Jul-2021

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Business Bureau :
The Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) and Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management, Nagpur (RCOEM) are jointly conducting a nine-day training programme on ‘Competency Building for Management Students’. The programme was recently inaugurated on Tuesday on virtual platform. VIA HRD Forum and RCOEM-QCFI-Centre of Human Excellence, Department of Management Technology, RCOEM are conducting the programme for students pursing HR specialization. Dr Chandan Vichoray, Head DMT, RCOEM, gave the opening remarks and welcomed all the guests, industry associates, and participants. More than 58 participants from Regional Labour Institute, RCOEM, Baburao Deshmukh College of Management, C P & Berar College of Management, Punjabrao Deshmukh College of Management, Kamla Nehru College of Management, Govindrao Vanjari College of Management, Central Institute of Business Management, Ballarpur Institute of Technology College took part in the event. Manish Aurangabadkar, Executive Director of Ankur Seeds Pvt Ltd., as Knowledge Partner for the event, addressed the gathering.
He expressed that Ankur Seeds is honored to contribute towards development of future generations. Dr Rajesh Pande, Principal of RCOEM, who was the chief guest of the ceremony, appreciated VIA HRD Forum for arranging training programme. “Economy is witnessing rapid change. Industry is moving very fast towards VUCA World (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous), this results in need for future generations to upgrade and update their skills. This training programme will enhance the preparedness of future HR professionals working in different sectors,” Pande said. Suresh Rathi, President of VIA, Nagpur in his welcome address said, “VIA HRD Forum has taken this initiative in order to develop practical know-how amongst students pursuing management degrees in HR Specialization. This novel initiative from VIA HRD Forum is to bring experts from industry and academia to train HR specialization students on Industry perspectives in human resource practices.”
Among the invitees Vivek Shrouty, Secretary of QCFI, Nagpur Chapter and Dr Rajiv Khaire, Dean Industry Institute Interaction Cell, RCOEM were also present. Suresh Pandilwar, Co-Chairman, VIA HRD Forum proposed the formal vote of thanks. The event was followed by first session with Tushar Kharalkar as a resource person. Dr Pritam Bhadade, Coordinator, Center of Human Excellence, RCOEM, Dr Kanak Wadhwani, Coordinator, Center of Human Excellence, RCOEM worked hard to make programme a success. Neelam Bowade, VIA HRD Forum, was conducted the proceedings of the inaugural function.