IMT Nagpur Students Attended 'Short Term Exchange Program' Titled Business Environment & Challenges in UAE at IMT Dubai
STEP (Short Term Exchange Program) was organized by IMT Nagpur under the visionary leadership and guidance of director Dr. Subhajit Bhattacharyya during 18th February to 29th February 2016. Total 19 students from IMT Nagpur went to IMT Dubai to attend a program titled "Business Environment & Challenges in UAE."
During the STEP 2016, students attended various lectures by industry experts, visited various industries at UAE, and also had some recreational activities like desert safari, etc. It was a great program and the students were delighted with the program.
Students Feedback about the Program:
"An enriching and a fun-filled experience indeed, Short Term Exchange Program did give me a platform to explore the practical business world of UAE providing me a holistic and an overall growth experience that I will use in my future endeavors. Though a 10 day program, I take back with me memories and experiences of a lifetime. Interactions and knowledge sharing with the eminent leaders from various walks of life indeed was a value addition to my carrier in general and me in particular."
- Rounak Goel
"The program has given me a new perspective into the business world as a whole. The guest lecture was very informative. The program design was very good as well, as it gave us the industrial application as we see in the visits, plus get insiders information from industry personnel who come for guest lecture. Overall it was very enriching experience for me."
- Kaustabh Phani
"I had an amazing experience and a trip of my lifetime. I learnt various new things about the country and how business is executed over there. I had an experience of the culture in UAE and got an idea how to proceed with your business making profits without hurting the cultural sentiments of the citizens."
- Rohit Khanna
"Amazing experience both academic wise and entertainment wise. We got a good insight about the UAE culture and how businesses operate there in UAE, it being a widely multicultural country."
- Tanvi Agarwal