What is life? What is joy? Quite often in all our busy schedules we seldom pause to think where am I ? What have I done? What have I achieved ? The answers we all know consciously but do we really ? Some might be happy with where they are, some might want to strive for more and some might be just… satisfied. However only a very select few will ask who am I? Who am I is not a question that we might have ready answers to. We might have some notions about ourselves but are they really true. So what is it that truely defines you? What are you searching for? What makes you happy? Continue reading “Path to Happiness”
First of all I would like to apologise as I am writing this after having watched the first episode of the now cult Brutal Violent Fantasy Political Thriller that people have people have come to love so much, but then again Weise and Benioff have the knack of playing with with our hope and wishes like a sadistic cat with a mouse. Strong words these but like the millions of others, I was also hoping for HBO to give some sort of hints to Jon Snow’s resurrection. Sadly that was not meant to be, not in this episode atleast.
A journey of thousand miles always starts with a single step. So began the journey of 63 aspiring leaders of IPMX-2017 batch of Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow in April 2016.
The induction day program started with the lighting of lamp by Dr. Ajit Prasad, Director of IIM-Lucknow, Prof Amit Mookerjee, Dean IPMX, and Prof. Anita Goyal, Chairperson of IPMX. The occasion was graced by guest of honor Mr. Rajat Kathuria, Director and Chief Executive, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER).
Addressing the batch, Mr. Kathuria spoke about the latest trends in Indian business environment. Given the country’s economy and population, he highlighted the wide array of opportunities that could be utilized towards building a stronger nation. He also stressed upon the importance of reducing the carbon footprint while sustaining the growth of economy. To conclude, he strongly advocated increased women participation as a vital component…
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