SRCC Business Conclave: Govinda, Katju to attend India's Largest UG Management Festival

The Conclave will start on 7 February at 9 Am, in the college auditorium and the students of all the guest colleges can attend the speaker sessions
February is the most awaited month for any Delhi University student. After all, it is the month of fests and big events! And of all the college events, Shri Ram College of Commerce’s Business Conclave, which is India’s Largest Undergraduate Management Festival, is the most awaited event of all.
Shri Ram College of Commerce is coming with three-day mega event-Business Conclave’17 #TheNextBigThing. Organised by the student union of the college, Business Conclave is the Annual National Management Festival of SRCC.
This world is increasingly becoming a global business world. Therefore Business Conclave aims to aware students with all of the strategies to survive and get success in Business plans. The student union has called distinguished speakers from various fields to deliver inspirational speeches.
“We are working really hard and promise to surpass all the previous success and expectations. We aim to become a once in a lifetime experience for one and all,” Urvi Rohtagh, third-year B.Com student said.
The students of all the colleges can attend the speaker sessions and various other events during the Conclave. “Seven to eight speakers will come every day and an hour will be allotted to each speaker. Bollywood actor Govinda and Markandey Katju, ex-judge of the Supreme Court of India will also grace the occasion,” Rishika, second-year B.com student said.
The Conclave will start on 7 February at 9 Am, in the college auditorium.
Related Posts
This Kolkata Eatery Boycotted A Residential Complex Because Of Rules Against Delivery Persons
This Kolkata Eatery Boycotted A Residential Complex Because Of Rules Against Delivery Persons

The rules dictate that delivery executives must keep the bikes at the main gate and take service elevators

Here’s Why Twitter Is Celebrating These Two Female Pakistani Pilots
Here’s Why Twitter Is Celebrating These Two Female Pakistani Pilots

Captain Maryam Masood and First Officer Shumaila Mazhar are now social media legends

×Close
×Close