Business students from TCIS go on ‘learning tour’
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Students of Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (PGDIB) at Taaleem College of International Studies, TCIS, returned from a 'learning tour', Roads2Ideas, a method for students of Business Management to gain real-time experience about innovations in technology and best practices in business.
The traveling team of TCIS comprised of Mukul Joshi and Amritbeer Singh while the back-end team was represented by Navleen Kaur and Janhavi Sharma. The event, flagged-off from Indore, made its way through Vadodara and Pune before finally reaching Goa.
Jaiprakash S Hasrajani, CEO, Taaleem India said, "Road2Ideas is an event organized as part of CII-Yi Next Practices. The four-day innovation road trip has youth from across India visiting the innovators and viewing their innovations in action. The impact of these innovations on development of the respective sectors and geographies are also being documented."
A total of 12 teams participated in the event from different regions of India and this year TCIS was the only educational organization that represented the Northern region comprising Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.
The traveling team saw Biomass Gassifiers, visited NVIS Technology, organization in the forefront of manufacturing superior green energy electrical devices and witnessed first-hand the concept and making of the Aadarsh Talking pen for visually impaired.
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