FORE School of Management

FORE School of Management holds 25th convocation ceremony

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Posted on 01 Jun 2022
17:11 PM
(L to R) Suresh Narayanan, chief guest; Sanghamitra Buddhapriya, dean (Academics); Jitendra Das,  director;  BBL Madhukar, chairman and Vinayshil Gautam, vice-chairman

(L to R) Suresh Narayanan, chief guest; Sanghamitra Buddhapriya, dean (Academics); Jitendra Das, director; BBL Madhukar, chairman and Vinayshil Gautam, vice-chairman Source: FORE

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Summary
Post graduate management students received their degrees at the 25th annual convocation
The event was graced by the chief guest, FSM dignitaries, students and faculty

FORE School of Management (FSM), New Delhi, held its 25th annual convocation on May 25, 2022. The chief guest was Suresh Narayanan, chairman and managing director of Nestlé India Limited. Also present were dinitaries from FSM, including Dr Jitendra Das, director; Dr B B L Madhukar, chairman and Dr. Vinayshil Gautam, vice-chairman.

In his welcome address, Das had a word of advice for the post-graduate students. "Never be afraid of making mistakes in life. Learn from the mistakes, don’t repeat them, and move on. With hard work and a positive attitude, one can achieve success," he said.

Presenting the activity report, Das highlighted the milestones that FORE School achieved for the year 2021-22. He also mentioned about four new verticals of FORE Society -- FORE Academy of Management Education (FAME), FORE Agro-tech and Rural Management Institute (FARM), FORE Institute of Drone Technology and Research (FIDTR), FORE Institute of Aviation Studies and Technology (FAST).

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The director mentioned that final placements for the batch of 2020-22 were both faster and better. Summer Internships for 2020-21 saw research papers published by students and faculty. Selected papers were published as a book titled Adapting to Business during Covid-19 and other Issues, which was inaugurated at the convocation.

Emphasizing the importance of the role of faculty and the value of humanity, Madhukar said, “I urge students to acknowledge the worth of teachers, embrace gratitude and recognize the value of your language and culture."

Suresh Narayanan shared his perspectives and said, "Post-pandemic, the world is witnessing many geopolitical uncertainties. To tackle this kind of situation, one must focus and work on the 4-A Principle, i.e., Attitude to life, work, aspiration under adverse situations; Agility - the capability of your muscles to move, when stimulated in the right direction; Adaptability - adapt to circumstances by renewing your skillsets; and Anticipation. So, get the principle of clarity in your lives."

Vinayshil Gautam, while proposing the vote of thanks, advised students to be true to themselves in every situation as time gives lessons that differ from classrooms to real life.

Last updated on 01 Jun 2022
17:11 PM
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