|Event Topic||Skype Session-An Expert Talk|
|Date & Day||14th January, 2020|
IMS Ghaziabad (University Courses Campus) organised SKYPE Session with Corporate Expert Ms. Anuja Roy, Director Consulting with TWARAN, Mumbai and Head of Training & Development at TalentServe India Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai. As an initiative of interactive classroom sessions HR Team of Management department planned this video session on Importance and emerging trends of T&D in present day workplace for HR Specialisation students, BBA IV Semester 2018-21 batch in MDP Room on January 14, 2020 from 12:15pm onwards. Ms. Roy has over 17 years of experience as an accomplished professional with valuable experience in delivering Corporate Trainings, Management Education, Communication & Relationship Management - spanning across, Training, Business Development, Operations & Client Interactions. She has a sound understanding of needed traits for workplace success and her proven success in designing, developing and delivering training programs, enhancement of employability skills in individuals & organizations has led to a positive change in workplaces and individuals. The objective of this session is to make the students learn about the importance of training at workplace and recent trends that enhances their skills and help them to engaged with work for growth and advancement. The session was initiated by Dr. Shilpi Sarna Head HR specialisation by welcoming the guest. Later on Ms. Roy highlighted on the types, importance and recent trends in training. She also focused on training need analysis and return on investment in training and why it is important for the organization to develop a culture of learning. She also engaged the students in various fun learning games and exercises to make it more interactive.
The session ended with great zeal and enthusiasm amongst the students and on a gratitude note to Ms. Anuja Roy and HR Team by Prof. Yagbala Kapil.
Students learnt about the recent 2020 trends in training and development at workplaces. They understood that the organisation who have a trained workforce develops a culture of learning that can improve production, reduce mistakes, build confidence and create a better working environment.