XIMB: ‘Shaping Young Minds Programme’ held

Mr Rajive Kaul was the first speaker. He narrated small anecdotes about various incidents in his life that went on to make him the person that he is today. He advised the students to avoid making a tough decision based on just one opinion. The next speaker was Mr GNS Reddy. Mr Reddy spoke about his organisation, BAIF, which aims to create gainful self-employment for the underprivileged. He said that due to neglect of the countryas bio-resources, India is facing problems today.

Mr Reddy was followed by Mr BJ Panda. Mr. Panda explained the process of bringing about a change and making a difference in the context of Indian politics. He said that in a system like ours, it is natural that there are a hundred different conflicting opinions. The final speaker was Mr Rengachary. He spoke about success and how one must aim really high in order to achieve it. He said that success is simply a condition where one enjoys what one is doing. He also advised the students to divide their big and ambitious goals into smaller ones so that they could be surmounted slowly but surely.

After all four sessions were completed, the vote of thanks was proposed by Prof Gopal K. Nayak a Exec. VP, BMMA. All the four student panelists and a few members of the audience were given the opportunity to gather information from the speaker through their questions.

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