The School of Business, SMVD University organized a National Training Program (in virtual mode) on ‘Embedding Positivity Workplace’ for Indian Forest Service Officers with the financial support from Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India.
During the inaugural function, Dr. Jyoti Sharma, Program Coordinator, highlighted the contagious role of attitude and its relevance for defining success in one’s life and on colleagues and other people around. Dr. Sharma accentuated that the present training aims to facilitate the officers to equip themselves with the various constituencies of positive attitude which may act as a catalyst in embedding positivity at workplace. She also brought to light that the present training program is 11th in the series with the funding of Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, GoI.
Dr. Saurabh, Head, School of Business, while extending formal welcome to all the officers opined that current unprecedented dynamics has forced the individuals to think in different and innovative way. He mentioned that it has highlighted one important fact that individuals race has unlimited capabilities and abilities to win over any challenges. He also introduced the Universityto all the officers and stated that how University is trying to align with the dynamics of current time requirements.
Dr. Suparn Kr. Sharma, Dean, Faculty of Management, highlighted the success of different training programs which has been organised by School of Business, SMVDU, with the funding of Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, GoI. He emphasised that learning and experience of present era explicates that development has to be with human face.Prof. Ashok Sharma, Dean, Faculty of Sciences, highlighted the present experience how the role of forests officers assumes more importance in conservation of forests and consequently environment. Prof. V.K. Bhat, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, emphasized the preservation and conservation of forests for human sustenance.
Chief Guest, Padam Shri Prof. Ravindra K. Sinha, Vice Chancellor, SMVDU narrated the forests officers as survivors and highlighted that how compliance with laws of nature is necessary forsurvival of human race. He enlightened regarding the various challenges faced by forests officers regarding conservation of forests and environment. He stated that without positivity, conservation of resources is not possible. He wished the officers a happy and productive learning in this celebrated training program. IFS officers from different parts of the country including Karnataka, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Orissa, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, Maharashtra, Andaman and Nicobar etc. participated in this grand training program.
Dr. Ashutosh, Associate Professor and Member, Organizing Committee, offered a Formal vote of thanks and expressed gratitude towards the Registrar, SMVDU, administration and Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, GoI, for providing resources for the smooth conduction of the program. The training program’s pedagogy consists of lecture method, case discussion and analysis, role plays and alike