GNA Business School at GNA University organized a Guest Lecture on Phases of Entrepreneurship for the students of BBA, BCOM & MBA Final Year on March 15, 2021 in the Seminar Hall of the University. The same was attended by the faculty members of GBS too.
The esteemed Resource Person for the session was Ms. Leena Chhabra, Entrepreneur- Director Clients Code and working actively as State President in Punjab Digital Media Council, WICCI.
The Guest Lecture started with the welcoming of the esteemed resource person by Dr. Parveen Singh Kalsi, Assistant Professor & PG Course Coordinator, GNA Business School. The Guest Lecture aimed at infusing the entrepreneurial skills and competencies amongst students and to teach them how to initiate an entrepreneurial venture.
Ms. Chhabra took over the session by firstly engaging the students into different mind games and situational activities so as to gauze out different views out of them. Then, she explained what qualities does it takes to become an entrepreneur and through what phases does an entrepreneurship pass through. She also explained the different stages by giving out real life examples from different industries and excerpts from different businesses.
The session further focussed upon propounding young minds with different Ideas on starting new business ventures and how these ideas can be encashed into valuable opportunities.
Overall, it was an enthralling session wherein all the students participated with full zeal and zest. The session concluded by a Vote of Thanks given by Mr. Gaurav K Mangar, Assistant Professor- GNA Business School. The session ended on a knowledgeable note.
Mr. Gurdeep Singh Sihra, the Pro-Chancellor, GNA University expressed, “I appreciate the endeavours of the Department for organising such trending lectures for the faculty members of GBS.”
Dr. VK Rattan, the Vice-Chancellor, GNA University said, “The University is always ready to offer the best to our GUites in all the various upcoming speheres.”
Dr. Monika Hanspal, Dean Academics, GNA University said, “I am really happy to witness the active participation of the faculty and in these Guest Lectures.”