Management Skills required in Finance Sector – Dr. Chelawat (10 March 2016)
Report on Expert Talk: Management Skills required in Finance Sector
Date : 10/3/2016 Time: 11:30-12:30 pm
To churn out the best quality humanware that befits the industry, academia need to centrifuge with industry. Academia establishes theories, Industry propagates practices. To ingrain sound theory and contemporary practices in the students , education cannot be restricted to the four walls of classroom. Either students go to the industry or the industry comes to the students. At Acropolis (North Campus) we practice both in the form of industrial visits and expert talk.
In order to connect the theories with the practices of Management an expert talk had been organized by AFMR/AITR(MBA) , Indore on ‘Career in Finance sector ‘. The resource person for this talk was Dr D. Chelawat. (CA,PhD). Dr. Chelawat spoke on the various management practices in finance and the various skill sets the students should develop in them if they want to make it in this sector. He also spoke on the career prospects in Finance and the bright future of this sector. NBFC, Education, Hospitals,, E commerce are areas full of opportunities and potential, provided the students are ready for taking up the challenges. ‘Finance is a dignified and organized sector provided you make yourself worthy of it’.
Our honorable speaker who is a successful industrialists as well a CA, also nurtures a passion for teaching. He soon stepped into his role of mentor and shared some of her experiences with the students. The students should be career conscious from early stages and should have clarity of path to make it big in life. He also encouraged the students saying that life is not always about success but it is about what you eventually learn from your success and failure. No matter what comes and goes always stand by your values, success will eventually succumb to your strength. The learned speaker emphasized on developing `virtues like positve attitude and vision in life. He also highlighted the importance of organizing skills, laisioning and common sense as being the success mantra of today. Make yourself wise not otherwise; make yourself powerfull not fool was the profound learning shared by the eminent erudite.