Chennai Digest

Published: 17th February 2016 03:54 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th February 2016 03:55 AM   |  A+A-

College Hosts Women Tournament

Shri Krishnaswamy College for Women organised an inter-collegiate tournament in which its chairman MAK Balakrishnan was the chief guest. The college sports flag was hoisted by the director  KB Arun, while principal R Revathi welcomed the delegates, referees and participants. The team members and the captains of Anna Adarsh and Shri Krishnaswamy College came forward to take the first service of the ball. Revathi declared open the tournament which was followed by the throw ball matches and chess. Hockey player and SBI  manager S Kanthalin Christopher was the chief guest at the valedictory event. 


MMA Meet on Tackling Change

Leaders responsible for bringing about change had to make that happen, said S Nagarajan, managing director, Mother Dairy. He was addressing the annual convention of Madras Management Association (MMA) on the theme ‘India 2016: Leading Change’.  He said for the change to happen, a positive approach to the future was necessary. Speaking on the skills needed for the 21st century leadership to master rapid change, Gautam Kumra, director, McKinsey & Company, listed the five mega trends which were changing the world by reshaping its political and economic landscape.     


Young Leaders Meet Gains Traction

The Hindustan Young Leaders’ Conference (HYLC) organised by KCG College of Technology has carved a niche for itself in the MUN (Model UN) circuit. Over the years, it has gained reputation in terms of informed debate.  Conducted in association with with UN,  the HYLC council follows the UN procedures and allow students to assume the roles of international diplomats and play out world politics. HYLC has grown into a conference par excellence.


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