New Delhi, Delhi India (PressExposure) August 11, 2011 -- Lok BhartiEducation Society organized a grand seminar on 'Rich Life' on August 9, 2011 at SP Jain Auditorium, South Campus Delhi University. This seminar was an attempt to bring the industry and the academia face-to-face to recognize and find ways how to bridge the skill gap. The program was commenced with lightening of the lamp by the inaugural Guest Shri Sharda Prasad (Director General of Ministry of Employment & Training) and Mr Sunil Kumar Kohli( Joint Secretary & Financial Advisor National Disaster Management Authority, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of India). The seminar was graced by the industry and the academia honchos. Mr Suresh Tripathi - President HR, SRF Group, Mr Rajnish Bawa - President HR, New Holland, Mr Promod Bapna - CEO Degmont, Mr Sanjeev Sharma - National Sales Head Siemens, Prof V.K Sharma - Director Sharda Group of Institution, Mr Shalabh - Executive Director Lord Krishna College.
For India Inc. in order to sustain its economic growth, the Lok Bharti Skill Development Forum provides a platform to address the critical issues of skill gap, sector mismatch and unemployability. In order to bridge this huge gap, Lok Bharti, has come up with this unique program called 'Rich Life' for the general enablement of students to achieve success in 5 steps of - Business English Communication, Personality Development, Life Skills, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Employment Skills. In this seminar more than 150 Participant including Directors, Training & Placement Officers and students (Engineering & Management) of various Universities and Colleges of Delhi NCR had participated. The seminar successfully provided a one to one interactive platform to MBA & Engineering students who shared their doubts and fears with renowned industry leaders. The leaders from renowned industry shared their thoughts and experiences on how Life Skills, Business English Skills, Communication Skills, and ICT Skills are playing a crucial role for any fresher to get a Job and importantly build a career.
On this occasion Mr. Sanjiv Nanda secretary, Lok Bharti Education Society said "In the quest of India becoming the next skill superpower, Indian youths would play a crucial role. The role of Educationists now is to train and produce skilled manpower which would bridge the huge global manpower shortage in various skill domains. We at Lok Bharti are proud to be in the forefront of this skilling revolution. With a strong corporate association and efficient use of technology at Lok Bharti we envision to be a reckoning training company in the area of Business English Communication, Life Skills, Personality Development Skills, ICT skills and Placement Skills.
Mr. Arun Bhutani, Executive Member, Lok Bharti Education Society highlighted the survey conducted by Lok Bharti that the skill gap can only be bridged when our engineering and management graduates have better communication skills, better personality and are better equipped with Information Communication Technology skills. Lok Bharti invites any educational institutes/colleges to collaborate with us to create a sustainable skill eco-system.