Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University Alumni Association organized a one-day seminar on, “Current Skill Set Requirement: An Alumni Perspective”.The seminar was conceived for the students of graduate and postgraduate level to give them a perspective on the tools and skills required to enter the industry.In the inaugural address, Dean of Academic Affairs, Dr Shardha Potukuchi, emphasized the adoption of skill-based education and highlighted the various skillsets and opportunities that open various doors to the young graduates.Alumni speaker, Mr Nilay Jaiswal, Marketing Manager @ 100ms & Co-Founder Zuv Foundation, delved on the changes that the industry has witnessed over time and how gaining skillset and in-depth knowledge will change the job landscape in near future.
Dr Sourabh, Faculty I/C Alumni Affairs SMVDU, highlighted the significance of skillset and how one should use their capacities and capabilities to the fullest to achieve their significant spot in the industry.Dr Sakshi Arora, President Alumni Association, encouraged the students to focus on expanding their skills which can act as an asset to the increasing dependence of manufacturing and other sectors on automation & digitalization processes.Dr Baijnath Kaushik, Head, School of Computer Science and Engineering, also discussed the importance of industry-related skillset and encouraged students to put more effort to be industry ready in a smart way.Dr Mir Irfan Ul Haq (Secretary SMVDU Alumni Association) and other senior faculty members Dr Ankush Raina, Dr Sonika Gupta, Dr Sunanda, Dr Sanjay Mohan were also present. The faculty members lauded the efforts put in by the Alumni Association to organize such events. The event was coordinated and smoothly run by the dedicated volunteers, Tushar Taggar, Amit Sharma and Jasmine Raina. The proceedings were followed by an interesting question & answer session after which, Jamine Raina, delivered a formal vote of thanks.