2014-03-03 17:06:37 - • It’s a power presentation competition for the students to develop their skills
Hyderabad, 2nd March 2014: The ‘Eloquence’ club of IMT Hyderabad has been inducted as the latest chapter of Toastmasters International clubs in the city of Hyderabad. In Hyderabad, IMT-Eloquence club stands as 48th club. The establishment of the club is not only important from a personal and leadership development perspective but also for expanding networks.
In presence of Toastmasters International, IMT Hyderabad toastmasters club-Eloquence has been started. It came up with its first external event 2014 -‘Rhetoric’, which was a power point presentation competition. It aimed at establishing relations with other local clubs with public relations in the hindsight. In today’s competition students spoke about their passion/hobbies in the presence of Toastmasters Hyderabad division governor Alfred Ravi Tauro, Area governors Srinidhi
and Rohit Swain.
Apart from the six contestants and the mentors assigned to them, there was a session by Soft Skills Trainer Prathima Madireddy, in which she spoke about importance of leadership and listening skills in the education field.
Lastly, in the competition that was conducted for IMT-H Students as a motivation for the new inductees, Toastmaster Padmanabh Upadhyay stood winner, Toastmaster Gurleen Kaur and Toastmaster Sumit Agarwal stood second and third respectively.
About IMT Hyderabad
IMT Hyderabad started its operations in July-2011 with a two-year full time PGDM program. The Institute has a state of the art 30 acre campus situated near the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad. The PGDM program has an innovative and industry relevant curriculum with integrative courses that provide a holistic picture and learning about real life business situations and problems. The pedagogic approach followed by the institute is student centric, participative, experiential and team-based. As part of its efforts to prepare the students for industry, 30% of the sessions in the regular courses are conducted by practitioners from different sectors of business. The second semester of the first year starts with the Business Orientation Program (BoP). The Industry centric approach is also reflected its extended internship program, which a student undertakes during the intervening period between first and second year. The internship extends over a period of 14 weeks. Dr. V. Panduranga Rao is the Director of IMT Hyderabad.IMT is a leading educational establishment rated among the top 10 business schools in India, with campuses in Ghaziabad, Nagpur and Dubai, besides Hyderabad.