HYDERABAD: If people who did not study at business schools could become legends in the realm of business, business school students can do better, GVK Group chairman and managing director GV Krishna Reddy has said.
Speaking as chief guest at the convocation of PGDM students of Institute of Management Technology (IMT) here on Thursday, Reddy said Reliance founder Dhirubhai Ambani and Infosys founder NR Narayana Murthy did not attend B-schools yet made it big in life.
About 190 students received PG diplomas in management in general, marketing and finance streams.
Kamal Nath, president of IMT’s governing council and former Union minister, said students need not be wizards of technology but should be eager to embrace technology.
“The old ways of doing things are changing. There are immense uses of technology which are limited only by imagination and ingenuity,” he said.
IMT-Hyderabad director V Panduranga Rao said it was the third graduating batch of the institute.