NEW DELHI: Udyamita, the Entrepreneurship Cell of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa college conducted its first ever speaker session series in the college. The theme of the event was ‘Sticking to your guns’. The speaker session aimed at welcoming entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds to share their entrepreneurial journeys to motivate our enthusiastic audience to follow their passion.
Our first speaker, Chef Raminder Bakshi, owner of ‘The Art Culinnaire’ shared his impressive journey from being a chef behind the kitchen to being an entrepreneur outside them. He is the man behind the innovative idea of conceptualization of restaurants such as ‘Chaayos’ & ‘Social’. He emphasised on the fact that no trial goes in vain. He encouraged students to get hands-on experience and plan thoroughly before entering the market. He stressed the importance of family support and one's social circle. He concluded by mentioning that positivity will always attract productivity.
The avid travellers Vidit Taneja and Savi Munjal of ‘Bruised Passports’ were our distinguished guests from the travel industry who addressed the gathering on their journey which involved bruises and stamps at large. They shared six key steps that help location independent entrepreneurs to turn their dreams into reality. They emphasised on the quality of the content and the importance of skill building. Savi’s infectious energy and Vid’s wit and humour entertained and enlightened the enthusiastic audience.
The session concluded on an interactive note. The speakers happily interacted with the audience and answered all the questions. When asked about the importance of being multilingual, Savi replied with a smile, ”Smile breaks all barriers!”. Our sponsors LIC and Nearbuy wholeheartedly contributed to the successful execution of the event. The expressions on our audience’s faces and the feedback from our speakers reflected their satisfaction and marked the success of our event.