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Guest Lecture by Dr Anand Apte

Dr. Anand Apte, a mechanical engineer with an experience of 15 years in education industry and 28 years of industrial experience conducted a very informative and interesting lecture on the topic of Industries’ expectations from management students for Bachelor’s in Management Studies (BMS) students of Indsearch. Dr. Apte is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering, Postgraduate in Personnel/HRM and has a Doctorate in Human Resource Management. His experience and knowledge were of extreme significance as he explained how management students should set their approach towards the industry.

Dr. Apte, through his lecture, gave the students an insight about how the industry has been evolving and developing through the years. He had a very practical approach while conducting the lecture so the students could easily grasp the knowledge in the lecture.

His practical approach of conducting the lecture made sure that at any point it did not become monotonous. The objective of the lecture was to explain to the students ways to survive in a competitive industry. Sir explained the relation between students, institutes, and industries. Sir explained a few things about the human perspective and conducted a couple of fun exercises on the same. Sir also shared his personal experience about how having a right perspective is necessary in an industry. Sir mentioned that the three important attributes a management student should have are as follows:

  • The ability to perform a given task,
  • Positive attitude
  • Motivation in the right direction.

Throughout the whole lecture, sir was highly interactive with the students.

At the end of the lecture sir mentioned expectations of the industry from management students. Some of these expectations were:

  • Knowledge beyond textbooks
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Adaptability
  • Analytical mindset
  • Time management skills

The lecture was very informative, interesting and a great learning experience for students. The lecture was concluded with a vote of thanks by Rajat Karambelkar