Moradabad, UP, 26, August 2023: TMU Moradabad, acknowledged because the premier NAAC A grade personal University in Uttar Pradesh, had the distinct honor of internet hosting Mr. Naveen Jha, a distinguished Senior Fellow of the Advanced Leadership Initiative (ALI) at Harvard Business School and the CEO of Deshpande Foundation, as a part of its esteemed Leadership Talk Series.
In a fascinating and insightful discourse, Mr. Naveen Jha addressed the college’s keen college students, delving into the intricate nuances of management and its profound influence on nurturing the potential of future leaders. He emphasised the transformative energy of entrepreneurship and inspired college students to actively contribute to options that drive the economic system ahead.
Mr. Jha envisioned college students as catalysts in India’s quest for a $30 Trillion Economy, significantly highlighting the potential in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities the place entrepreneurship is burgeoning. He impressed college students to find their function, deal with intricate points, and let their experiences information them towards audacious life objectives.
Adding to the occasion’s significance, Dr. Manjula Jain, the Dean of Academics and President of the Institution Innovation Council (IIC), shared worthwhile insights with the scholars. She proudly introduced the college’s dedication to project-based studying and revealed that TMU IIC would supply complete help to any pupil aspiring to grow to be an entrepreneur. Dr. Jain additionally excitedly disclosed the upcoming launch of HACKATHON, offering all college students with the platform to assume and act like entrepreneurs.
The occasion concluded with an enticing Q&A session, expertly moderated by Prof. Dr. Geentanshu Dawar, the Convenor of TMU-IIC.
This Leadership Talk Series occasion exemplifies TMU Moradabad’s dedication to nurturing management expertise and entrepreneurial spirit amongst its college students. It underscores the college’s dedication to offering a holistic schooling that prepares college students to make significant contributions to society.