‘FORUM-12’ begins

Published: 01st December 2012 09:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st December 2012 09:25 AM   |  A+A-

S-R-Nair

Kerala Management Association president  S R Nair inaugurated the two-day National  Management Meet ‘FORUM’- 2012 organised by FISAT Business School, Angamaly, on Friday. He said that education must be a service and not an industry. Young managers should equip themselves with knowledge, skills and attitudes to face the challenges. FISAT Principal K S M Panicker presided over the function. National vice-chairman of Young Indians Srikanth Suryanarayanan delivered the keynote address. Guest of honour Sony Joy, co-founder, MobMme, P Anitha, treasurer, Federal Bank Officers Association, P A Mathew, director  FISAT Business School and Student co-coordinator Nixon Paul spoke on the occasion.

The two-day inter business school meet concentrates around a business plan contest based on the theme ‘Regimentation of traditional Handloom Industry in Kerala’.  Around 350 delegates from 40 B-schools are participating.

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