Induction programme concludes at KCLIMT

Our Correspondent

Jalandhar, September 13

A two week-long online induction programme which was underway at KCL Institute of Management and Technology to welcome their new batch of Management IT and Hotel Management students, in order to make them familiar with professional environment, concluded on Saturday.

The programme on the first day commenced with welcome speech by Dr S K Sood (Director KCLIMT). Dr Manisha Dheer gave the PPT presentation about the institute in order to acquaint the students about the infrastructure facilities, teaching pedagogy etc.

Sardarni Balbir Kaur (president, Governing Council) stated that their emphasis is on the holistic growth and development of students, to make them competent enough to accept the challenge of the corporate world.

The students were also given presentation about examination system, co-curricular aspects, personality development, training and placement scenario etc.

They were shown movie ‘I am Kalam’ and management lesson were taught from the movie.

A cultural programme was also organised in which solo dance and solo song competitions were held.

Besides, Anil Gangta presented a motivational talk to the students. He stated that in globalised scenario, in order to meet the challenges of job, one has to be self-motivated.

Dr Inderpal Singh (HoD, Management) and Kamal Nain Sharma (HoD, IT) also welcomed the students of their respective departments and said they would try their best to provide a healthy environment to the students, so that they could excel in their respective fields.

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