From Times of India
The graduation ceremony for the Satellite programme students of XLRI, the premier Business school of the state, concluded on a encouraging note here on Tuesday with chief speaker for the occasion Sarup Chowdhary, Director and CEO, Reliance Webstore Ltd, giving seven vital tips to the outgoing students.
Chowdhary, while delivering the graduation speech to the 500-odd students at XLRI auditorium, said, "To become a highly successful professional one needs to become a highly ethical person, first." He also said the practice of values incorporated with need-based professional decisions will deliver a durable result to the organization at large and individual in particular.
In his 30-minute-long speech, the CEO of NIS Sparta urged the students to have a high degree of quest for excellence.
"In the highly competitive world of business, CEOs of the day are primarily interested in the ends and not the means but I suggest you all give as much thinking to the means as you give to the ends. This will help you in earning the trust and confidence of subordinates and developing a sound team that will deliver for long," Chowdhary said.
As many as 510 students received certificates in PGCBM (Batches 13 and 14), PGCHRM (Batches 5 and 6) and PGCLSCM (Batch 3).
Earlier, delivering the inaugural address Fr. E Abraham, director of the esteemed institution threw light on the concept of Satellite programme and its increasing demand over a period of time.
"The concept of Satellite programme came into being with the intention of assisting working executives refresh and fine tune their skills and competencies by upgrading and adding values to their procession," he said.