Ambassador Deepak Vohra, Presently advisor to South Sudan govt. and Dr Samuel Mbambo, His excellence , High commissioner , Namibia in India delivered a talk to first year students of MBA/MCA and M.Sc-IT at PCTE group of Institutes. Lecture was first to delivered under Lecture series “Your Excellency” of PCTE. In the series ambassadors of various countries will be invited to deliver talk to PCTE students and to share their countries heritage, culture and various economic, political and social aspects of business environment.
Ambassador Deepak Vohra while addressing the students said that today India is standing at cross roads of economic and political strength in the global environment. He said that emergence of Information technology, Rise of Middle class in the society, Increasing Role of Women in business and global environment are some of the Key trends that will influence the business organization in global arena.
He further said that India China and other Asian countries will be the key centers for trade and business for the western world. He quoted that powers of the world are shifting from west to south Asian countries. Today its not the weapon power which will drive the world, but its economic , and financial strength of the countries which will govern the rules of successful countries. In Lieu of the above statement he said India has strong potential to be super power in the next ten Years considering the amount economic and infrastructural growth in the country.
Mr Vohra also motivated and encouraged the students to aim high in their life and build strong and progressing India for the generations to come.
Dr K.N.S Kang, Director General, PCTE Group of Institutes said that Its a great opportunity for Young students to understand the potential of doing business globally while listening to various ambassadors. Dr.Kang while highlighting the commitment of the college to get global said that PCTE at present has more than 100 foreign students and four full time faculty members from Romania, Greece, Egypt and Mexico. teaching PCTE students.