MRIU hosted the first day of startup Jalsa with a galaxy of senior dignitaries holding the centre stage.
There was much anticipation in the air as the inaugural session of Startup event Jalsa at Manav Rachna International University witnessed a galaxy of senior dignitaries holding centre stage.
The dignitaries graced the event by their presence including hon’ble Shri Vipul Goel, Minister of Industries and Commerce, Govt. of Haryana was the Guest of Honour on the occasion and addressed a packed audience along with Dr. Amit Bhalla, Vice President, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions; Mr Sumit Jain, Co-Founder and CEO, Common Floor; Mr Nitin Narang, Founder and CEO, The Ideaz Factory; Mr Sumit Gupta, Group President and Country Head, Yes Bank.
Talking to the gathering, Dr. Amit Bhalla welcomed the participants to this mega event as the host university. He also highlighted the changes in the education scenario and the fact that it has moved forward and in the right direction. Dr. Amit Bhalla also stated, in the entire journey of education, it is time to stop teaching as per the dictates of tradition. Now the emphasis is on what we can learn.
Dr. Amit Bhalla also emphasized on MREI’s commitment towards nation building and creating better human beings and concluded his speech by inviting participants to create a structured ecosystem where new innovations and ideas gain ground.
Hon’ble Minister Shri Vipul Goel, in his impassioned speech, said, “We are here to usher in an innovative India. Startup Jalsa gives us a great glimpse of India’s future. Haryana Government is committed to providing all out support to startup initiatives in Faridabad. The new generation is known for their amazing ideas and gives us the confidence that India is sure to reach super power status.” He also deeply appreciated Manav Rachna’s support in making this biggest startup festival an event to remember.
Mr. Sumit Jain, who engaged in an interactive session with the audience, outlined the hallmark of an entrepreneur, advising budding entrepreneurs that they should not blindly follow anyone but do things their own way. He also said, “Please learn to fail, for that is what builds the pillars of success.”
Source: Harshil Kumar Anand, HTCampus Specialist
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