All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi organized a session on “Talk by Eminent Personalities” on 06 Feb 2018 as one of its initiatives to motivate students and faculty towards development of technical and moral skills. Faculty and students from various institutions located in Delhi NCR attended the session.
The eminent resource persons included Dr. Pradeep P Deshpande – President and CEO, Six Sigma and Advanced Controls Inc., Professor Emeritus and former Chair of Chemical Engineering, University of Louisville and Shri. Virendra Kumar Mehta – World record holder in Memory, Author, Speaker and Vedic NLP trainer.
The session was graced by the presence of AICTE Officials, Prof. Anil D. Sahasrabudhe, Chairman; Prof. M P Poonia, Vice Chairman and Prof. A P Mittal, Member Secretary.
Shri. Virender Kumar Mehta spoke on 9 probable habits of highly effective Educational Institutes listed as below:
– Boost happiness index of Faculty and Students
– Liaison of the Principal with students
– Make your student innovative
– Boost practical experience with Project learning
– Hire creative faculty
– Put an entertainment component into education
– Boost aptitude of students specially vocabulary and communication skills
– Organise Trainings/Workshops for Technical and Non-Technical skills
Overall he emphasized the need for change in education structure with more focus to be put on Learning based approach as compared to the traditional one.
Dr. Deshpande dwelt on the management and implementation of Six Sigma. He spoke of his paper, “How US could save $100 billion per year in Healthcare costs” which was widely acclaimed and is under examination for implementation. He also undertook a case study on “Alignment of human chakras in various emotional states”. Dr. Deshpande elaborated on his training programs in process control and optimization, six sigma and internal excellence.
This program was attended by students of PGDM 2017-19 batch from Asian Business School. The students expressed gratitude for having being provided the opportunity to learn from eminent personalities.