Interactive Session by Vishal Sharma, 2006 Alumni

PEC, in collaboration with CDGC, introduced Vishal Sharma, SAP SCM Functional Consultant, 2006 alumni of PEC, who is now based in Australia. He has worked in various countries and in industries and imparted a very diverse and collective lecture to the students on 10th January 2020. He touched different topics that would benefit the young audience. In a quite interactive manner, he talked about how important it is to explore oneself and never let the barriers of comfort zone stop oneself. He steered away from the usual technical talk and advised the students to indulge in their passion and improve skills. Time and again, he emphasized on the ideas of having a steady goal. He mentioned an interesting ideology of keeping oneself aware of not just the present but history as well to become a good conversationalist.

Adding to the fact that it increases awareness, it also helps one connect with people of different ethnicity and culture. Another important point he mentioned was maintaining one's fitness. Finally, he added that it is highly encouraged to maintain lucid, short and conclusive conversations in the work atmosphere.

After a very interactive and live audience session with multiple question-answers, he ended on a positive note and a logo quiz where the students responded enthusiastically.

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