ACE 2018 (Amity Career Expo 2018) , the premier event of its kind, organized by the Corporate Resource Cell consisting of members from Amity Law School Noida,Amity Law School Delhi and Amity Institute of Advanced Legal Studies began with the welcoming of the guests and the lighting of the auspicious lamp.
Addressing the gathering, Deputy Director of CRC, Gp. Cpt. A.K Saxena substantiated on the pivotal role of this exercise in the lives of the students and that it marks a transition as they are stepping out into the real world. He termed the CRCC to be a student driven and faculty supported placement body, which was conceived for the students and by the students. Gp Capt Saxena concluded by advising the recruiters to ‘Select the best and inspire the rest’.
Sharing her views, Prof. (Dr.) Shefali Raizada,Additional Director, Amity Law School said that ACE is an event of huge magnitude and scale. She thanked the gamut of recruiters for gracing the eventwith their presence. She emphasized on the importance of career expos in today’s time since it provides the budding graduates an opportunity to display their personalities and aid them in nurturing their CVs as per industry needs. Dr. Raizada called upon the students to not compromise on their choices and requested the recruiters to guide them further.
Speaking on the occasion, Adv. Kirti Uppal the current President of the Delhi High Court Bar Association expressed his joyon visiting individuals of the current generation. He remarked that present generation h ave access to more resources than the past generation and hence,are more intelligent. He also stated how the profession of law is uncertain in nature and how we should embrace that very uncertainty. He advised the students to recognize their forte and subsequently, sharpen their skills. He urged the candidates to recognize what makes them happy, as success does not solely depend on monetary gains, but also a person’s satisfaction with what he has accomplished. He recommended all those individuals with good communication and argumentative skills to go into litigation. He also spoke about how tribunals are the next big thing.
Sharing their expectations from candidates, the recruiters commented the following:
· Adv. Sagar Bansal
He seeks individuals with knowledge of Insolvency and Bankruptancy code and those candidates with proper statute interpretation skills. He prefers candidates who have done corporate centric internships.
· Adv. Fayaz Khalid-
He is looking for people to handle service matters and with knowledge of a variety of legal fields. He is looking for individuals with an entrepreneurial edge.People who are job creators will be given preference over job seekers.
· Adv. Kirti Uppal –
He is keen on individuals who are ready to devote their lives towards their profession. Dedication is essential for success. He seeks candidates with versatile personalities, who can overcome any situation thrown at them.
· Adv. Sangham Singh Kocchar-
He actively searches for candidates with an outgoing personality and who have proper communication skills. Litigation oriented internships are a plus point.