RCOEM conducts workshop on aptitude devpt

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Jul 2017 09:46:18


 

Business Bureau,

THE workshop on aptitude development (WAD) a seven day workshop was inaugurated at Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM) on July 3. The chief guest of the function was Dr P G Yeole, Pro Vice Chancellor of RTMNU. Rajendra Purohit, Secretary of RCOEM, Govindlal Agrawal, General Secretary, Dr R S Pande, Principle and Dr Rashmi Shahu, Convener of WAD were present on the dais.


Over 200 delegates from various colleges like IIIT, Nagpur, D Y Patil College of Engineering, Mumbai, Terna College, Mumbai, National Law University, Delhi, Manipal University, BIT, Durg and different colleges from Nagpur participated in the workshop. In her opening remark, Dr Rashmi Shahu said that the aim of such an endeavour was to explore excellence within an individual to help him reach the highest altitude. Dr R S Pande, welcomed the chief guest Dr P G Yeole. He also appreciated such kind of workshops and emphasised on the need to expand them on a local level. Quoting the famous autobiography of Jack Well.

He said, “Our problems is instead of thinking mediocre and achieving it, we should think high and have high ambitions. Dr R S Pande also stated that such kind of workshops prove to be helpful in placement procedure.
Dr P G Yeole, in his inaugural address enlightened the audience with his inspiring words on the importance of presentation of individuals personality and character. He also shared his views on job interviews and gave a few tips on the same.


He explained the difference between aptitude and attitude relating it with sharpening and acquiring skills and developing the inbuilt skills. Giving the famous concept of three mothers, Dr Yeole said, “The first mother is our biological mother, the second one is the teacher and third one is our profession”. Dr Yeole also spoke about 3 D’s, that should every students should possess like discipline, dedication and determination.


Govindlal Agrawal spoke about how engineers are leaders of the world. He also said that every students should learn to change and accept others.
Student Secretary Sarvesh Shastri proposed the vote of thanks. Student in Charge Sanghpal Wasnik presented the report of ‘WAD Winter December 2016’.