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Alumni Speak 2018

ALUMNI SPEAK

Alumni speak is one of the most significant initiatives taken by FORE Alumni Network through which we aim to connect our distinguished alumni with the students of our college and encourage them to have an interaction with the alumni and gain some insights on how world resides in the corporate culture. The motive is to make the students aware of the journey from MBA to the corporate world and help them solve their queries through an interactive session.

Ms. Rashi Chatrath

Our distinguished alumna, Ms. Rashi B. Chatrath from wave 13 (Batch of 2004-2006), established the topic of the speech broadly as how the agile mind-set is necessary for future proofing the workforce and adapt to the changes in the work environment. She has worked for different divisions and stressed on the fact as to how different jobs give insights on different business cycles in any organization.

She was the speaker for the month of November for the Alumni Speak Event held on Wednesday, 21st November 2018. Ms. Rashi is currently the Director – Market HR at American Express, India.

The changing business and talent scenario were explained by Ms. Rashi B. Chatrath in depth and she discussed how humans will be ever more important with the emergence of new skills across all functional domains.

Recollections from her days at FORE and her experiences at the institute were also shared by her with the students which marked the end of the session.

Ms. Pallavi Mohan

“Technology is not just a tool, it is a tool that solves a problem”- Ms. Pallavi Mohan, our distinguished Alumna from FMG 9 (Batch of 2000-02) facilitated an engaging session on the topic: Technology at its best.

She was the speaker for the month of October for the Alumni Speak Event held on Thursday, 4th October 2018. Ms. Pallavi currently working as the Head- Marketing and Corporate Communications at DLF Limited has more than 18 years of rich management experience across diverse industries along with experience in teaching, which adds the cherry on the cake.

Right from Augmented Reality-Virtual Reality (AR-VR), Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cell On Wheels (COW), Smart Solutions and Smart Poles to 5G, she shared corporate insights on all of them with the students. She demonstrated these through DLF residentials that utilize technology for building a better society.

The session was concluded by answering the questions raised by the students, and she quoted Mr. APJ Abdul Kalam- “Love your job, but don’t love your company, because you may not know when your company stops loving you”. One should always have their contingency plans in place and never give up.

Mr. Chinmaya Saxena

"Be Passionate, Take Risks and Always Stay Humble" - these words by Mr. Chinmaya Saxena, Developer Programs Lead at Facebook and alumnus of Wave-6 (1997-1999) facilitated an engaging and enthusiastic session with the students at FORE School of Management.

The session marked the inauguration of ALUMNI SPEAK, one of the newest addition to the initiatives of FORE Alumni Network. He was the speaker for the month of September for the Alumni Speak Event held on Thursday, 6th September 2018.

Mr. Chinmaya Saxena went on to narrate his summer training experience at Intel and how he overcame preconceived notions through his passion for technology. He recommended doing a personal SWOT analysis when things seemed to be dwindling down and remember that it is never too late to start something new.

"Talents are equally divided, opportunities are not." He embraced his message and motivated the students that we are fortunate enough to have a chance at this opportunity of education and therefore, should make the most of it not only for ourselves but we also owe it to every person who has been instrumental in getting us here.

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