Amity Finishing School launched during INBUSH by noted International Academicians

Posted at: February 7, 2018 |


Noida: Amity International Business School (AIBS) started its annual prestigious and mega International Research Conference- 18th INBUSH ERA World Summit from 7th to 9th February 2018 on the theme “Dream, Dare, Discover, Define & Deliver – Drivers for Global Success” at Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida Campus.

The Conference would witness discussions and deliberations by leading Academicians, Diplomats and Corporate Leaders from India and abroad including USA, UK, Nigeria, Singapore, Italy, Japan, Netherlands etc. on the theme of the Summit, thereby making it a highly acclaimed annual Summit of any B School across Asia.

Welcoming the distinguished galaxy of delegates from across the globe, Prof. (Dr.) Gurinder Singh, Amity Group Vice Chancellor and Director General – AIBS & Amity University Greater Noida stated that dreams are very important and all great professionals, leaders and educationists across the world have been great dreamers and they are remembered forever for their dreams, strong determination and deliverance. He shared that at Amity, students are encouraged to dream big and work towards bringing constructive changes in the society. He shared that Amity has more than 370 collaborations with Universities/Institutions across the globe, aiming to provide Amity students with global exposure. He highlighted that during three day Summit, 500 research papers will be presented and 14 UGC Journals will be released.

Sharing his views, Prof. Nick Petford, Vice Chancellor, University of Northampton, UK remarked that higher education in UK is the best in the World providing global exposure and invited Indian students to pursue higher education from Universities in UK. Prof. Petford advised students that if they have to make a difference to their lives, they need to do everything with passion and dedication which will ensure success for them in the long run. Prof. Petford, on being posed a question during Panel Discussion as to how new Universities should look like, replied that new age Universities should develop different style of learning and focus on digital advancements, promote creative thinking amongst the students and should prepare students to face professional challenges better.

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