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Universal Business School successfully concludes Leadership Next Gen


ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Universal School has announced successfully concluding the Leadership Next Gen event, which was organized from June 22nd to June, 2018.

With participation from over 150 HR Professionals from Mumbai, Gujarat, Pune, Ahmedabad and Nashik, the event partnered with HR Shapers, Royal Enfield, Dollar, VGN Jewellers and Amul were the event partners.

"As the idea was seeded and the registrations began, we had 550 registrations and it was a challenge for us to shortlist as there were just 150 seats. Nearly 170 HR professionals were finally part of this two day gala event," said Founder Universal School, Tarun Anand.

"Many days of meticulous planning of UBS team comprising the Corporate Relations team and the students shaped these two days filled with fun and frolic. From yoga sessions to the tree plantation, to the Indoor and outdoor sports, flash mobs, trek to the beautiful waterfall, Global CEO interactions and not to miss the gala cultural night which concluded with a fashion show, whole event was a huge success," added Anand.

The event also witnessed Vikram Poddar, the corporate stand-up comedian, who wrecked up the funny bones and Kshitij Vaishnav who made the dance floor raging to his dance beats.

"The last 3 days here have been absolutely fantastic. What really happened was truly transformational like the UBS tagline. Each student, faculty and staff member worked towards giving us a flavor and experience of UBS and its students. They have forged a relationship with industry for life," said senior director KPMG, Sahil Nayyar.

"The location was excellent, like a hill station. The event was very well organised and it was full of fun and good interactive moments with peers in market," said Sourcing Lead-Talent acquisition at Cap Gemini, Abhijit Kokate.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Thu, July 12 2018. 15:20 IST