American International Chamber Of Commerce Participates In Symposium on “Global Indians: Towards World’s Growth Story”

American International Chamber Of Commerce Participates In Symposium on “Global Indians: Towards World’s Growth Story”

Lucknow, December 18 (TNA) It is very rare occasion when world’s best of academics and industry come together to deliberate and share experiences. But they did as, continuing with the ongoing Symposium series of Global Indians who have created niche in their field, Amity University organized a second Panel discussion on the theme “Global Indians: Towards World’s Growth Story”.

Panelists of the session were K V Kumar, President & CEO, IAICC, Chairman, KMF Investment Group LLC; Dr Narasimhalu Neelagaru, VC of the Executive Board and Chairman of Finance Committee of the IAICC, Founder of Quantum National Bank; Prof Samir Mitragotri, Chairman, National Academic Advisory Board, IAICC, Hiller Professor of Bioengineering and Wyss Professor of Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University; Dr Gurdeep Kaur Chawla, President, California State Chapter, Director, Executive Board and Chair Education & Government Relations Committees, IAICC, Founder - Director at ILS LLC.

Panelists were welcomed by Dr Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor, Amity University; Prof. (Dr.) Gurinder Singh, Group Vice Chancellor, Amity University; Dr S Selvamurthy, President, ASTIF, Prof S Sitaraman, Prof Bhawna Kumar, VP RBEF, Savita Arora, Sr. VP, Amity New York.

Welcoming the Panelists, Dr Aseem Chauhan, Chancellor, Amity University said that it is very heartening to see that best of Global Indians are addressing the Symposium and they are all truly writing World’s Growth Story. All of them are the flag bearers of India and are valuable assets of the whole world. Dr. Chauhan added NRI’s across the globe have contributed a lot for the society and India. He said that Amity which now has global campuses has one vision of building bridges between India and Rest of the World in Education.

Prof. (Dr.) Gurinder Singh, Group Vice Chancellor said that people of Indian origin across the globe are writing success stories and are contributing in progress of their country. Prof. Singh announced that Indian American International Chamber of Commerce and Amity are coming together to have partnerships in various fields like organizing joint conference, research projects, internships to students, incubating companies, joint industry led programs etc which will help Amity students in career progression.

K V Kumar, said that Indians are playing a major role in development of world. An Indian is born to be a global citizen. Kumar added that it is heartening to know that Amity University is concentrating more on practical studies with science & technology embedded courses which gives Amity an edge over other institutes in India.

Dr Gurdeep Kaur Chawla, said that US is land of opportunities and anyone can touch stars with hard work and determination. She added that theoretical knowledge will only help in getting degree but practical learning will give you career. She advised Universities to have partnerships with industry, association with incubators, chamber of commerce etc.

Dr Narasimhalu Neelagaru, gave practical advice to students and said that if one does right thing for others, it will certainly come back to that person. Personal rapport will help in getting success in life. Prof Samir Mitragotri, said that in India around 3 million graduates in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) comes out from Universities every year but only those succeeds who are curious about things, nature and machines. He said be curious and innovative. Most of the amazing discoveries came out of curiosity.

Moderator of the session Dr Gurinder Singh concluded the session and thanked all panelists, guests, and all present on the behalf of Amity Education Group. He added, from today's discussion it is established that global Indians can surely help Indian Universities become truly world-class universities and support Indian students to realize international dreams & become a successful Entrepreneur.

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