Ms Anurupa Bhattacharjee
M Phil student in Social Work
CHRIST( Deemed to be University)
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life”- Confucius
9th March'18 was an indelible day in the best-books of National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM) and Christ (Deemed to be University). It has not only inspired the large congregation of aspiring minds but has also stimulated their thought processes and have compelled them to think bigger and better. The conference ignited the minds of fledgling students who will soon have a transition from classrooms to organizations. STUNA'18 was organized with the objective to prepare students so that they can take up any challenge in the corporates and evolve as unsurpassed future leaders.
Department of Social work, Tumkur university
Today's business environment requires companies to undergo changes almost constantly if they are to remain competitive. Factors such as globalization of markets and rapidly evolving technology force businesses to respond in order to survive. Such changes may be relatively minor or sometimes it may be major. Human resource management is also not exempted from this changes so, it has be priorities its needs and requiems to meet the competitiveness. There are various factors are contributed for the changes in the priorities in the company such as Political scenario, Economic scenario, Social factor, Technological factor, Legal & Environmental factors continuously impacting in prioritizing the needs in human resource management.
Chairman – Conference Organizing Committee (STUNA 2018)
Past Chairman – NIPM, Karnataka Chapter
NIPM, Karnataka Chapter had a Unique distinction of hosting the first ever National Conference for the Management Students (STUNA 2018). It was held on 9th March 2018 at Christ University. This conference was an astounding success for NIPM, considering the fact that nearly 900 students from all over the country had participated in it. The objective of this conference was to support the students to refresh their skills and support them in smooth transition from Classroom to the Corporate World.
There are two separate worlds: Academia and Industry. Both have very different goals and mindsets. These are two important pillars of Indian society. A Robust collaboration between the two is essential for the growth of the Indian society. This partnership is of course essential for growth of both the sectors and for producing a job-ready workforce.