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Former Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Passed Away

Former Union minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Arun Jaitley, 66, passed away at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here on Saturday, where he was under treatment for over a fortnight.

Jaitley was admitted to AIIMs on 9 August after he complained of breathing problems. The veteran leader was one of the most articulate defenders of the BJP and as well as policies of its government both within Parliament and outside it. As a Parliamentarian and minister, Jaitley had set a high benchmark of probity.

 


India Celebrates 73rd Independence Day Prime Minister Narendra Modi Hoist Tricolour At The Red Fort

On 15 August, 2019 Prime Minister Narendra Modi hoist tricolour at the Red Fort and delivers a speech to the nation. Let us tell you that this is the first Independence Day speech  delivered by Modi ji after the victory of recently held elections. at Red Fort to make the event joyful and extraordinary.

No doubt it was not easy for the India to get freedom from the British rule. But our political leaders, freedom fighters and people together participated in the freedom struggle and were determined to gain independence.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in the first Independence Day speech of his second term, said the government’s decision to repeal Article 370 was a step towards fulfilling Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s dream. Modi said the country had finally achieved the goal of One Nation, One Constitution and every citizen could proudly say the same.

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Sushma Swaraj Took Her Last Breath on Tuesday Night In AIIMS Hospital At Delhi

Mumbai: Former External Affair Minister Sushma Swaraj took her last breath on Tuesday night in AIIMS hospital at Delhi following a cardiac arrest. She was the first woman external affairs minister of India.

Sushma was one of the prominent personalities of the country. As soon as the news occurred it left whole politics fraternity shocked the tribute and condolences started pouring in public platform.

The 67-year-old leader, who had served her fourth term in Lok Sabha had long been her party’s most prominent woman face. She was the youngest cabinet minister at 25 when she joined the Haryana government in 1977 and the first woman chief minister of Delhi.


Run for Little Warriors Saw Hundreds Hit The Streets For Cancer Campaign

Hundreds of enthusiastic participants hit the streets of Mumbai on Sunday morning for ‘Run for Little Warriors’, a marathon organized by Crazyholic Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. The run that had 3 categories – 8km, 5km and 3km, was flagged off at 6.30 am from Mumbai Selfie Point by model and actress Zoya Afroz.

Winners of the marathon are –

Special Senior Citizen – Balabhima Anant Kulkarni ran for 8km.

8km category – Abhay Singh, Subhashini Gupta and Nikhil Basutkar.

5km category – Prasad Haram, Swapanali Chile and Umesh Kambla.

3km category – Swapnil Shanawade, Manali Cheda and Nikung Cheda.

Winners were felicitated by well-known TV actress Hina Khan, MLA, Andheri West – Ameet Satam and actress Flora Saini. The event was hosted by Zaiinab Hashmi.

All the people, from different walks of life participated and raised money towards treatment for children suffering from cancer. All proceeds collected through the event will be donated to Life Save Foundation which is a registered non-government organization that supports Cancer Patients, Child Education, Mentally/Physically

challenged and underprivileged elderly people.

A special thanks to all the sponsors and partners for the event – Signature Globe, Goodwin Impex, Littoo (food partner), Battery energy drinks, Clear Water, Green Snacks and Minimax.

About Crazyholic Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. – 

Crazyholic Entertainment is an internationally recognised company with over 10 years of experience. The company have been working to set new levels as the best Event Management Company. Its experienced and dedicated team has been working to take any event or a product launch to a new height. Amongst various divisions, Crazyholic specialises in Event management, celebrity management, event conceptualization, fashion shows and production even the backstage designing and much more.


Hon’ble Vice President Shri Venkaiah Naidu inaugurates EPSI’s B-Schools Leadership Conclave in New Delhi

Intl Conclave to Deliberate on Indian Business Education Challenges to Create Future Leaders

Hon’ble Vice President of India, Shri Venkaiah Naidu was the Chief Guest and Prof. Eric Cornuel, Director General and CEO, European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) was the Guest of Honour.

Dr G Viswanathan, Founder & Chancellor, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Dr H Chaturvedi, Alternate President, Education Promotion Society for India (EPSI), and Dr M R Jayaram, Chairman, M S Ramaiah Group of Institutions were part of the inaugural session of the conclave.

The conclave has a thematic focus on ‘Business Education 4.0: Futurizing Indian Business Schools’.

New Delhi, 28.02.2019: Acknowledging that the business education in India is standing at a cusp of change, hon’ble Vice President of India, Shri Venkaiah Naidu today highlighted the need for public-private partnership (PPP) to promote quality education through innovation at the inauguration of the EPSI’s B-school Leadership Conclave at The Claridges, New Delhi today.

“We cannot depend on conventional teaching, we have to shift to innovative teaching pedagogies like case studies, simulations, open online courses such as MOOCs, use of technology like laptops and mobiles, and disruptive technologies such as AI in classrooms. However, despite innovative practices, almost 20 per cent of the Indian population is still illiterate. This calls for an urgent action in addressing illiteracy, especially in rural India, so that the stepping stone to higher education is laid,” Chief Guest Hon’ble Vice President of India Shri Venkaiah Naidu said in his inaugural address.

Insisting that Indians should change their mindset towards business, Shri Naidu praised the role of some of the leading B-schools like BIMTECH, XLRI, ISB, Narsee Monjee, etc. in bringing this change and talked about the significance of family businesses. “Business schools should include case studies of successful family businesses as a part of their curriculum. We should adopt already existing business models and develop our own model that would suit Indian ethos. At the same time, business schools should also impart strong business ethics and morals in their students,” he said.

He quoted Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi who underlined the importance of “Reform, perform and transform” in higher education. Shri Naidu said, “During past few years, India have extensively worked on facilitating the ease of doing business in the country. As a result, the nation is poised to become the third largest economy in the world. It is self-evident that trained human capital is a vital strategic input for creating wealth and the growth of GDP of a country. India’s economic growth creates a tremendous potential for generating employment and offering a greater opportunity for doing business.”

Prof. Eric Cornuel, Director General and CEO, European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) was the Guest of Honour at the inauguration where other dignitaries included Dr G Viswanathan, Founder & Chancellor, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Dr H Chaturvedi, Alternate President, Education Promotion Society for India, and Dr M R Jayaram, Chairman, Gokula Education Foundation were part of the inaugural session of the conclave. The conclave will be held till 28 February, 2019 and has a thematic focus on ‘Business Education 4.0: Futurizing Indian Business Schools’.

“Business education today is more entwined with the world’s socio-economic situation – globally, economic inequalities are on a rise and middle-class is rapidly shrinking; we need to ask if traditional education is enough to make the youth employable,” says Prof. Eric Cornuel, Director General and CEO, European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).

“Education is an important subject for any developing economy but unfortunately not for us. It is time now that we offer free education to all; we can start with free education to girls,” says Dr G Viswanathan, Founder & Chancellor, Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT).

“We are proud to have the Vice President among us today. This conclave is an excellent opportunity for educators and industry representatives to come together and chart out a plan for the B-schools,” says Dr H Chaturvedi, Alternate President, Education Promotion Society for India.

The first plenary session talked about new jobs, new skills, and new curriculum to prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s future. The other plenary sessions discussed rethinking the learning experience and leveraging technology in business education. The plenary session on 28 February will discuss regulatory policy for developing futuristic B-school in India.

India is likely to play a significant role in Asia’s development as it is projected to become the second largest economy in the world by 2030. Indian business schools too are ready to embark on this journey and become more relevant globally. This conclave is an exclusive opportunity for business school leaders to discover, evaluate, and refine concrete steps towards this goal.


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