Mr. Rahul Jain M.D., PSPL, Indore – 18 September 2015
Report on Expert Talk: Mr. Rahul Jain (M.D., PSPL, Indore)
Date : Sept 18, 2015 Time: 12:00-1:30 pm
Learning is a continuum. While the conventional modes of classroom learning is a must to edify the theories and concept in the learner’s mind, the practices of trade can only be taught to the learners by exposing them to the trade. Acropolis, acknowledges this challenge and is always inclined to bridge that gap between theory and practices. To keep up with the commitment to make the transition of our students from academia to industry , seamless, we take our students to industry or try and bring industry to our students. The guest lecture organized today, was yet another of our efforts to bring the industry resources to interact with the students and share their valuable repository of knowledge.
Mr. Rahul Jain, M.D., Percept Swift Pvt Ltd, Indore was our honorable guest speaker today. He inspired the students by sharing his experience and his journey in life. He discussed about the work culture of his organization and emphasized that it is not something that is just practiced between the logins and logouts but it is actually the ‘Way of Life’ in his PSPL family DNA. Thinking beyond boundaries, giving a little extra, stretching beyond the limits, honoring commitments, taking risk and believing in self are some of quintessential ways of life at PSPL. Our learned speaker, shared some profound insights on work culture that is beyond the conventional lessons found in the books. And offcourse , all this has to be topped with a slice of humor, he emphazised. Humor and laughter elevates work stress and refuels the mind.
During interaction with the students, Mr. Rahul Jain, veteran of advertising, pointed out, that there is no specially crafted skills set you require for making a career in marketing or advertising. You just need to have a dream and be passionate about it. It is the honesty with which you pursue your goal, your confidence and your commitment that is required to lead you to your dreams. Young minds should dream and dream high, only when one sets high dreams one can achieve heights. ‘Life is not worth living without an impossible dream to achieve’ was the philosophy that our students inherited from our eminent speaker today.