Graduating in style

Outstanding achievers

Some well prepared and some others still battling with their nervous self. The students of CMR Center for Business Studies graduated in style at the Graduation Day held at their college campus in the City recently.

The chief guest for the evening was Robindher S Sodhi, director, head corporate clients, South India Global Banking and Markets, Royal Bank of Scotland who addressed the students and gave away graduation certificates to the first batch of MBA students.

In his address, Robindher S Sodhi said that the opportunities should always be chased and not just looked for.

“We will always find two options in our career, first money and second experience. We are expected to choose the latter and let the money follow suit. The marks obtained in examination are important but our skills are more preferred in an organisation,” he said and added, “if we consider ourselves as the smartest individual in a group then we have the responsibility of proving it through our effort. And if we fail in doing so, it proves that we should change the group soon.”

Sodhi, in his speech, also encouraged the students of the outgoing batch to accept the challenges in life and wade through it with joy and enthusiasm.  Most students were accompanied by their parents. Dressed in graduation gowns, the students were seen enjoying every moment and utilised this opportunity to introduce their parents to their friends, faculties and clicked pictures with them.

This institute which is affiliated to Bangalore University recognised the academic excellence of Chhavi Verma, Sneha Khoda, Girish, Princy Priyadharshini, Hemasunder and Girish for scoring the highest marks in I,II and III semester University examination.

Pavithra, Venkateshwarlu, Narendra Gowda, Vijay, Nixon and Vinay were felicitated for leadership creativity and outstanding achievements. On the occasion, Vinay and Nargis shared their experiences of two years MBA programme.

K C Ramamurthy, chairman, CMR Group of Institutions congratulated the students for their achievements and cautioned the graduating batch to be proactive and creative in the world of competition. He also remarked in his presidential address that each student is important for CMR and they should become good citizens through their work and effort.

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