Ranked asÂ one of the best B-schools in Delhi NCRÂ andÂ a part ofÂ Asian Education GroupÂ âÂ Asian Business SchoolÂ (ABS)Â initiated its new batch ofÂ Post Graduate Diploma in ManagementÂ (PGDM) by way of a remarkable three-day Orientation Program held from Monday, 15th July 2019 to Thursday, 18thÂ July 2019 at its stand-out campus located in Sector 125, Noida. This programme was organized to benefit the students who were about to begin a new phase in their academic life.
Mr. Farrhad Acidwalla â Entrepreneur, TEDx Speaker, Founder-Rockstah Media & CyberNetIV Digital â who was an Eminent Guest at theÂ ABSÂ PGDMÂ Orientation 2019 Day 2 Ceremony held on Tuesday, 16thÂ July 2019, delivered a highly fascinating Guest Lecture under the LEAD Lecture Series at this august gathering.
Mr. Farrhad Acidwalla is a 25-year-old Indian entrepreneur, investor and TEDx speaker. He started off as one of the worldâs youngest entrepreneurs and is best known as the founder of Rockstah Media and CyberNetIV Digital. He is on the Board of Directors of D.Y. Patil Edutech and on the Board of Advisors of AIESEC in NMIMS Shirpur.
Mr. Farrhad has received several awards and recognition for his work, digital strategies and concepts. He has been featured on CNN, CNN-IBN, LiveMint, MSN.com, Yahoo! Finance, The Economic Times and The Times of India to name a few.
In his highly engrossing talk on Day 2 of the ABS PGDM Orientation 2019 Program, Mr. Farrhad Acidwalla took the listeners down his memory lane and recounted his journey so far in life and achievements.
He spoke at length about how he focused and translated his âPASSIONâ for new-age digital strategies and concepts into a âSTART-UPâ and a business module that eventually made him one of the worldâs youngest entrepreneurs.
He described in vivid details how he single-mindedly concentrated on his work, missing all the fun in life that students of his age were more accustomed to, that led him to the âWinning FORMULA of Successâ which invariably started with the first step, viz. âTo Take The INITIATIVEâ.
His talk was simply too interesting and the students and other guests listened to him in rapt attention through the entire session.