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An Insight To The Seminars, Workshops, And Trainings Provided At RCM

When it comes to the overall 360-development of a student, RCM goes all out to ensure that the students receive every beneficial aspect there is. From seminars to workshops to training sessions, RCM leaves no stone unturned.   

Given below are just some of the sessions that RCM has conducted for the overall knowledge of the students from some of the eminent and skilled coaches and speakers from all over the country.  

Training Session on Personality Development- by Roopashree Surana   

The training session on Personality Development by Ms Roopashree Surana, a leading performance coach and corporate behavioural trainer of the state, was held on 22nd Oct 2019 in RCM premises from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.  

This session was aimed to focus on sharing tips and guidelines on image management for the students which included specific training on professional etiquette. Ms Surana took the effort to discuss each and every minute detail starting from how to dress up for a job interview to how to deal with people professionally.  

She also emphasized on basics of business communication to give the students a clear insight into how to present themselves as confident individuals in the ever-changing competitive world. It was quite an informative session for the students where they got an opportunity to learn how things actually work in a corporate sector.  

It was a one-day training program for management students of all streams to provide them with a checklist of do’s and don’ts in the professional field.   

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Training Session On Basics Of Communication- By Jasobant Narayan Singhlal   

Mr. Jasobant Narayan Singhlal, eminent soft-skills trainer and performance enhancer was on campus to give management students special tips on effective business communication.  

This session was held on 7th Sept 2019 at RCM auditorium from 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. to give a basic idea to the students regarding how to write business e-mails and how to communicate effectively at different levels of management in the corporate sector. The session was a real eye – opener for the students before stepping into the competitive professional world.    

Mr. Jasobant also spoke on the seven virtues of leadership to help students transform into professionals who can stand out in a crowd. Apart from learning the basics of communication the session included several activities and guidelines for building self-confidence in students.    

Jasobant said “Criticism, instead of demotivating, should be accepted and provide inspiration for improvement.” This will gives a boost to one’s self-confidence and allow one to start believing in oneself; the first and surest step for a successful future.”  

His encouraging words made the students realize that it is good to make mistakes in life as we always learn something from our mistakes. The session was followed by a couple of group activities and warm-up dance session for the students; Overall it was a great learning experience for students who both enjoyed and benefitted immensely from this unique opportunity.   

A seminar on “Recent Trends in HRM” was held on 12th Sept 2019 from 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. in RCM premises as part of HR Club Activity for Management students. The Chief Speaker Dr. Suvendu Das, Managing Director, Hiteisee Consulting Services, gave a detailed presentation with insight into the recent developments in HRM and the required skill set for a job profile in the field of HRM.  

He emphasized that students must understand the need to keep updating their knowledge skills if they want to crack a job interview at the first go. He spoke about the necessary attributes a candidate should have to grab the opportunity by creating a good impression on the recruiters. This is because the biggest challenge lies in the question ‘Why should a company hire you?’    

Mr Das elaborated the difference between hard skills and soft skills to be possessed and their importance in the job selection criteria. He explained that acquiring hard skills which involves knowledge and training about hardware and software can be easy but acquiring the required set of soft skills for job selection is a bigger challenge.  

This is because if we do not change our mind set in order to adapt ourselves to face the upcoming challenges, it is difficult to survive in today’s competitive world. So, we should always follow the principle of ‘Survival of the fittest’ and groom ourselves accordingly.   

Overall, the Seminar was very productive in allowing students to be aware of current practices in HRM as well as providing them with a set of guidelines to be followed if they are hungry for success.     

Conference on the Dissemination of Multi-sector approaches and possible ways to overcome challenges with innovation  

The training session on Personality Development by Ms Roopshree Surana, a leading performance coach and corporate behavioral trainer of the state, was held on 22nd Oct 2019 in RCM premises from 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.    

Both National and international delegates had graced the occasion. Student and faculty from various management Institutions of the country as well as International professionals participated and presented their papers on related topics at different technical session.     

Professor Patnaik said, “Business should emphasize on technology with a human touch.” Professor Tirupati insisted that, “Attitudinal change is vital to any business”, and Professor Mahtab observed, “Best practices should be done in a rhythm and flow that you can control.”    

Dr Prabir Pal, Chairman RCM, welcomed the delegates and observed that conferences open up scope for wider interaction and get exposure to students and faculty to multi-sectoral trends in global management stop next line. Professor Dr. Pradeep k Tripathi was the conference chairman while Professor G.C. Samal and Professor Pragyan Paramita Das were the conveners.    

Seminars On Changes In Global Economy.     

The seminar was organized in RCM on 29th March 2019 on aspects of changing in global economy. Professor Kasinath Jena, Tripura University, the chief speaker shared his knowledge and experience on how the global economy is changing over the past two decades and its implications on prevailing marketing and HR strategies.    

Professor Jena explained how the market Monopoly of many popular brands of the pre-globalization era collapsed suddenly due to lack of implementation of innovative ideas. He said “idea is the root of everything. Idea is the pathway to knowledge and knowledge opens the road to emerging technologies.”  

He spoke on how the use of Technology through continuous research and development provides a ladder to growing economy and how the idea has been replaced by Neuro-Linguistic Programming or NLP.    

Workshop On Design Your Destiny    

Dr. E.V. Swaminath from The Spiritual organization, “PrajapIta Brahmakumari” was the keynote speaker at the seminar “Design Your Destiny” conducted at RCM on 2nd April 2019. A skilled and engaging orator, Mr. Swaminathan, kept the student alert and entertained with intelligent and witty discourse on how to take responsibility of Designing one’s own destiny.  

Spoke on defining one’s mission and vision, minding one’s mind, and taking time to locate and understand problem before finding a solution. He also advised on the art of knowing oneself and to maintain equilibrium even in the eye of a storm. The lecture was widely appreciated and benefited both students and faculty.     

Post Budget Analysis Session    

This was organized by 29th January 2019 where the Chief Speaker was former Minister and economist, Dr Panchanan Kanungo. He gave an elaborate analysis of the current budget 2018 - 19 to the students and faculty members. His entire emphasis on budget analysis was centered around the possible impact on various micro and macroeconomics parameters which was rightly debated among students and staff. It was entirely an interactive session and inferences were drawn more meaningfully.   

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