To become the leaders of tomorrow , we would need to improve our knowledge through visits and interactions with peers. The learning vertical organises interactive sessions, summits and visits to industries and organisations for our members.
The difference between school and life? In school, you’re taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you’re given a test that teaches you a lesson.
This quote perfectly sums up what I want to talk about learning.
As a child, we are thought a set of lessons in school that assumingly get us ready to step into the real world. But school doesn’t really prepare us for what exists out there. It is the experience that we gain from people around us and the successes and failures we encounter in life, that help us learn a little more each day. Learning isn’t the objective here, it is the process. The human experience – whether with ones self or people around is what truly teaches us how to really live. What we choose to do with those experiences is entirely our own choice. Life doesn’t come with an instruction manual – there isn’t a right or wrong.
Living each day with the knowledge that you have learnt something new is enriching enough for the mind. If we backtrack into what traditional schooling methods looked like, we would see and still continue to see the focus mainly on linguistic and logical teaching, which uses a limited range of learning techniques. However, learning techniques extracted from life and human experiences are what truly help us in the journey of life. Things we learn by seeing and observing, things we hear, things we speak and read, things we feel – in short sensory learning is what helps us grow as individuals.
In short, we have to tune our minds to learn not for school, but for life. While school gets you ready for a job on paper, experience teaches you how to live that job. Learn with the aim that each day is more enriching than the previous, and you are a lot smarter today than you were yesterday!
Maj. Vinita Thakur
Maj. Vinita Thakur
An officer, of the rank of Major in Indian Armed Forces, with key strengths in People, Administration, Team Management and Leadership.
An upright officer of repute who worked across different dimensions of Human Resource Management, Leadership Development, Training and Welfare of troops, Driving High Standards of Performance.
Served the Indian Army at various locations in diverse roles as workshop officer, Adjutant & officiating Officer Commanding for different teams ranging from 125 to 270 soldiers.
An excellent mentor, to build high performance teams in organizations and drive productivity at an organization wide platform. Believe in enabling performance rather than managing it.
Planned and organized different employee welfare and social activities.
Proud recipient of “Certificate of Excellence” from Brigade Commander.
Distinction of being the youngest officer to be Appointed as Technical Staff Officer, monitoring and ensuring Standard Operating Procedures and Technical Directives.
Worked in challenging locations including Jammu and Kashmir , Leh-Ladakh etc
Satyam Computers Ltd Manager – Talent Acquisition
Responsible for identifying various B Schools and conduct recruitment drives,
Custodian of end-to-end Campus Recruitment, Campus Relationship Building and Branding related activities across the country
Specialties: Talent Acquisition, End to End Recruitment/Manpower Planning, Candidate Mgmt, Client Mgmt, Background Verification, Requirement gathering, Strategic Initiatives, Networking, Salary Negotiations, Handling Employee Referrals.
Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research Senior Manager CMC/ADC
Instrumental in providing end to end Placement solutions (both Internship & Executive),
Career Counseling and facilitating a smooth transition of students, from WeSchool to the Corporate world.
Developing and Nurturing Industry Connect.
Actively reaching out to senior positions and experts across Industry sectors.
Liaising with organization for Campus Placement.
Facilitating organizations selection process .
Savitha Reddy has a degree in MBA from Mount Carmel Institute of Management and passed out in the year 2000 specialising in Finance and Information systems.
She is currently the CEO of inlingua Bangalore. She started inlingua in Bangalore in the year 2005 and has been successfully managing the business for the last 11 years growing it into one of the top language training schools in India. inlingua offers training in English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Mandarin, Italian and other foreign languages to Corporates, Colleges and retail clients. She has 3 offices in Bangalore and a team of more than 50 members.
She is also the founder of www.LanguageStation.org which is into live online language training to students from different geographical locations across India and outside.
She is also actively into running, trekking and playing badminton. Yoga is what keeps her fit and going. In her free time she is into Writing, Poetry and Painting.