Seminar on “global megatrends” by Dr Deepak Vohra, the Ambassador, GOI
Event created awareness about what will be market trend in the coming 10 years
Jalandhar: GNA University conforming to its standards of giving 100% enlightenment in the latest and upcoming trends in the market organized a Seminar on “Global Megatrends”. Dr. Deepak Vohra, the Ambassador to Government of India was the Resource person. The objective of this Seminar was to make the GUites fully aware about what will be the market trend in the coming 10 years.
Dr. Deepak Vohra, the special Advisor to the Prime Minister, Lesotho, South Sudan and Guinea Bissua and to Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Councils, Kargil and Leh apprised the students about all the basic facts pertaining to India. He said, “I am proud to be an Indian and seeing the youth of GNA, I could forsee the day when these GUites will be whole-heartedly serving their Nation.” Dr. Deepak Vohra, the Resource person envisioned the students about the hard efforts done by the renowned Indians and shared with the students the facts pertaining to the global megatrends.
Mr. Gurdeep Singh Sihra, the Pro-Chancellor, GNA University, was the Chief Guest of the Seminar and expressed, “With Dr. Deepak Vohra in the campus, it is always a moment of pride for all us and the kind of latest updates and sharing of global trends given by him will be duly considered by the youth of our campus.”
Dr. VK Rattan, the Vice-Chancellor, GNA University expressed, “I am happy to meet Dr. Vohra once again in the campus. The inputs on the global megatrends that you have shared will be soon the need of the hour.” He even said, “We will surely encourage our students to work on the parameters shared by you so that they bear a better pedestal in the society.”
Dr. Bhardwaj, the Registrar, GNA University gave the Vote of Thanks and expressed, “It seems for every GNA student that coming of Dr. Vohra is like welcoming of our own pride back home. I, on behalf of every GUite extend my gratitude for always accepting our invitation and enlightening our student.”