Government College of commerce and business administration – Sector 50, Chandigarh, conducted the 4th leadership camp for two days on 8th and 9th October 2018. The camp was organized by the literary society of the college in association with M.R. Pai foundation and Forum of Free enterprise. Students from all across the tri-city from different colleges participated in the camp with great enthusiasm and zeal.
The principal purpose of the camp was to engage students with a team of experts Shri Vivek Patki and Shri Sachin Kamath who delivered highly valuable sessions on leadership.
The camp was inaugurated with few but precious words of motivation from the Principal of Government College of commerce, Dr. Manjit Kaur, and a presentation prepared by students about the organizations and the purpose of the camp.
The experts acted as whetstones for all the students, and exceptionally sharpened their leadership traits with numerous fun and highly interactive activities. The whole training was bifurcated into various sessions which were primarily focused on setting and achieving goals, the power of habits, sharpening vital skills effective communication, team work and self understanding.
The guests were exceptionally experienced about the subject matter and motivated students to know themselves and try to avail opportunities to grow. Moreover, they also polished minute but chief aspects of being a good speaker and a leader. On the other side, they also kept the sessions interactive and entertaining to better connect with the students.
The camp concluded with valedictory session where students shared their feedback and felt rejuvenated and enlightened after attending the camp. They shared how the two days of training helped them to come out of their comfort zone and realize their true potential. The host college organized this camp free of cost for students of various colleges all around Chandigarh. Thereafter, the students were provided with the certificates and lunch.
Principal Dr. Manjit Kaur in her address congratulated the students for their effective participation and presented the memento to the worthy guests from Mumbai as a token of gratitude for their contribution through this camp.
About the Author:
Jaskaran Singh Mudan (GCCBA 50)
A lad who loves traversing through different universes, with a book in his hands – I am a reader. But won’t call myself a writer as it won’t be just for men greater than me.