Conclave on topic – Competencies for Diverse Work Roles: Corporate, Academia, & Student Interface held

Lucknow: To bring together Corporate, Academia and Students,  the Placement & Career Development Cell, Department of Business Administration, University of Lucknow organized a Conclave on the topic “Competencies for Diverse Work Roles: Corporate, Academia, & Student Interface” on 13th May, 2023 in its Chanakya Auditorium.

The Conclave witnessed the presence of the senior corporate practitioners from industry who deliberated on this highly relevant topic significant to both the academia and the management practitioners. The focus was on exploring avenues for competency development through MBA curriculum restructuring.

Under the aegis and remarkable leadership of the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Alok Kumar Rai, revamping of the curriculum on NEP 2020 guidelines was a pioneer work in the country.  “His concern and continuous effort towards quality education and focus on involvement of stakeholders guided us to organize the conclave.”, said Prof. Sangeeta Sahu, Head, Department of Business Administration. She briefed the audience on the significance of identifying and developing pedagogy to create an effective teaching learning ecosystem that would result in competency of students as per the demand of industry 4.0.

Eminent corporate speakers Mr. Sanjay Ramdas Kambekar, General Manager, Human Resource, Prism Johnson Ltd.,  Paritosh Joshi, Deputy General Manager, ICICI Bank Ltd.,  Sandeep Srivastava, AVP & Regional Business Head, HDFC AMC,  Mayank Chandra, Managing Partner, Antal International Ltd.,  Deepak Kishore, Trade Marketing Manager, Sony India,  Amit Arya, Regional Manager, ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company Limited shared their insights on the changing roles of people in the industry in light of competition and adaptation of technology.

Dr. Anu Kohli, briefed on the MBA curriculum and need for its restructuring. Dr. Ved Srivastava introduced the panel members to the audience. Parents of the students being important stakeholders, were also invited and were a significant part of the audience apart from the faculty members and students of the department. So, it is noteworthy that the discussion on competencies for diverse work roles took place amidst all the significant stakeholders in the process, viz. Students, Parents, Faculty, and the Corporates. This participative session with interactions from different stakeholders gave vital inputs for restructuring the MBA curriculum in the department.

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