Some food for thought

Informative session

Anything you do exponentially is a disease,” said Mansoor Khan, director of films like Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar and Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, as he addressed the budding managers at the Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru campus recently.

The session was a part of a series of leadership sessions conducted in the college by various stalwarts from across different industries.

The students were enthralled and got a completely different view on a variety of subjects. They came to know about quantitative as well as qualitative growth, discovered how the century of the Industrial Revolution has depleted oil and how
oil drives everything in this world – from transport systems and industrial production to the agricultural sector.

From the beginning, the students sat and listened intently knowing that there was truth in what he was saying, especially his warning to the corporate world to sit back and think about redefining growth.

Over 350 MBA students attended the event and were visibly impressed by the talk as well as interactive session that followed.

Nidhi Vig, a first-year MBA student, said, “I found it to be a very intelligent session. It was an eye-opener to all the things we took for granted as students and individuals. He showed the reality of today’s world and the message was passionately conveyed.”

Tushar Rohatgi, a first-year MBA student, added, “I’m utterly impressed by the new dimension that’s been brought out in everyone’s thinking by Mansoor Khan despite his being from a totally different background.”

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