Guest Lecture by Shri Vijay Kumar Gupta
Mandsaur University feels that skills and knowledge are the motivating force of the financial growth and community development of any country. They have become even more important given the increasing pace of globalization and technological changes provide both challenges that are taking place in the world.
Skill building can be viewed as a device to improve the efficacy and contribution of labor to overall production. It is an important ingredient to push the production possibility front line outward and to take growth rate of the economy to a higher route. Skill building could also be seen as an instrument to empower the individual and improve their social acceptance.
Understanding the same Mandsaur University is commencing its Skill-First- Make in University for varsity students. This would be a great platform for students to understand the Industry requirements and their skill sets. In this initiative students will get a chance to speak to the renowned Industry experts and academicians.
The management department is organized a guest lecture on Cross border Economical & Trade Issues under the name ’SKILL FIRST – MAKE IN UNIVERSITY’ on April 29, 2016. The chief speaker for the occasion was Shri Vijay Kumar Gupta, Former Additional Director General in Ministry of Foreign Trade, India. He is having experience of Head and editor of Impex Times and served in various administrative positions in ministry of foreign trade in India.
Guest lecture was started with the welcome speech by Ms. Nivya Kotak. With the lightening of the lamp and floral welcome of the guest, the program preceded further. The topic of the guest lecture was “Cross Border Economical & Trade Issues”. Shri Guptaji shared his views on international business policies, Import and Export process in India, Current policies on start-ups, Recent world trade policies etc. ‘It is vital for any student to set his professional goal for five years down the line to become successful in this era of great competition’, he added further.
Also, he interacted with the students and solved students’ queries related to the economics and trade related aspects.