Do you crave exposure? You know, like, stepping out into the world of unknown things and experiencing it for the first time. Experience is what molds us into a better individual, and as we're on the lookout for cool and exciting things, we learn a lot from our college life.
Your graduation years contribute a lot to your life when you're exposed to different cultures; you breathe in a diverse environment, meet new people, etc. Precisely, there are not enough words to explain the fabulous life college gives you.
But, you can only be benefitted from the experience we're talking about when appropriately utilised. Not talking about the attendance part here or academic scores, participation is a must in conferences, cultural programs, annual fests, which help you broaden the spectrum of your perception.
It means when you listen to someone talk about events in college, don't miss the opportunity to attend them and learn. And, I've got one right here which offers you immense scope for your development:
The largest of its kind in India, since 2008, providing an unparalleled platform to budding undergraduates to prove their mettle in a variety of events and competitions related to finance, commerce and economics. It is also a golden opportunity for inquisitive minds to interact with and get inspired by business gurus, CEOs, researchers, politicians and more.
Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, apart from being one of the six women ministers in Prime Minister Modi's cabinet, she created history last year as she was declared as India's first woman full-time Defence Minister. She is the second woman after Indira Gandhi to hold the Defence Minister's post.
It's not only about taking a break from your 9-5 job, it's what motivates an engineer to do stand-up, a caved-in person to speak out their mind and gives meaning to an artist's work.
The conference aims to continue the legacy of having unique panel discussions; there will be a political panel discussion on 'Secularism in Present times'.
This year the tenth Edition of SRCC Business Conclave brings to you culmination of YouTubers, who in their way defied the conventional way and made a name for themselves in an industry formed out of passion and not compulsion.
SRCC takes the event another notch up by introducing a new upcoming industry, be there on February 3, 4, 5, and 6 to witness Slam Poets, Comedians and Musicians perform at the special edition for Business Conclave.
The audience will comprise students from all disciplines and the footfall. The festival will last for four days and will host around 15,000-20,000 students and other delegates.
What are you waiting for? Register here.