Continuing the tradition of Amity to seek blessings from The Almighty, the orientation session to welcome MBA class of 2012 and BBA class of 2013 began at Amity Chandigarh with sacred Havan and pooja performed with all the students, their parents, faculty and staff.
Prof. Shivali, Head, AGBS welcomed all the students to Amity family and shared with them few success mantras. Prof. Shivali also briefed them about philosophy, culture and highlights of the program structure. She congratulated the students on being part of such a dynamic and progressive Amity group and blessed them for a bright future and amicable stay at the campus.
On the second day,Mr. Subhash Jagota, a renowned trainer and Sr.Vice President Amity conducted a workshop on “Road Map to Success”.He shared 10 mantras for success in a very lucid style.He empasised on the need for realizing once’s potential and then putting persistent efforts towards one’s goal achievement.
During the orientation a half day session with Industry captains was also organized on the theme,”Industry expectations of the Budding Managers”, in which Mr.Soofi Zahoor,Director-HR, Quark media Pvt.Ltd. and Mr. Barinder Sahney,VP-HR,Nector Life Sciences, shared their wealth of experience with the students.They stressed on the need for intrinsic motivation as a driving force for staying competitive.They also highlighted the initiatives of AGBS Chandigarh for bridging the gap between Industry and Academia and urged students to make use of this platform for exposure.
There were also many ice breaking interactive games being conducted which helped them know their batch mates beyond the surface.The students participated with a lot of enthusiasm in these games.
Towards the end of the orientation Community Lunch was planned to generate feeling of togetherness in all the members of AGBS Chandigarh.
The orientation program also had an Industry Visit to Infosys, planned on the last day to acquaint students with the corporate lifestyle while spending entire day at Infosys facility and through interacting with their senior mentors.