Students from 50 colleges attend the meet at Siddhartha
Stress interviews conducted to test managerial capabilities of students
‘Different events are being organised as part of the Kurukshetra'
VIJAYAWADA: “Kurukshetra-2010”, a management student meet organised by the Department of Business Administration at the PG Centre of P.B. Siddhartha College of Arts and Science, witnessed active participation by students from nearly 50 colleges from different places on Friday.
To bring out the talents among young ones, the organisers conducted group discussions, business quiz, young manager competitions and cultural events on the occasion.
The participants showed enthusiasm in competing with one another. Stress interviews conducted to test the managerial capabilities of students added attraction to the overall event.
P.B. Siddhartha College of Arts and Science convener Chalasani Dutt said the students should tread carefully while honing their competitive skills.
They should keenly watch their competitors perform various events and one would be able to learn the nuances only when he or she gets enough exposure.
Giving details of the events, director of MBA programme Rajesh C. Jampala said the meet was aimed at providing opportunities to young students to prepare for their future careers.
He underlined the importance of assessing and sharing the abilities that the students have by participating in such events.
Students came to participate from many colleges and all arrangements were made for them to feel comfortable.
Siddhartha College PG Centre director K. Krishna Murthy, who also spoke, said different events were being organised as part of the Kurukshetra so that they would give ample opportunity to students to showcase their skills.
He said the students should take it in a sportsman spirit while participating in the events without taking winning or losing into account.
The events were lined up throughout the day with students staying back to watch their colleagues perform well. During the cultural programmes, the Siddhartha Auditorium resounded with the applause and claps of the audience.
The host college students, who were dressed in their best suits, were actively engaged in welcoming students from other colleges and in organising the event.