MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT) had organized its event “CONNECT To CORPORATE 2017” for the students of batch 2016-18 and 2017-19 on 6th and 7th October 2017. Under this title 3 events were organized. The HR-Summit was organized on 6th October 2017. The Business Quiz and event Innovision happened on 7th October 2017.The HR-Summit consisted of Management games, Article Writing Competition and Panel discussions. The theme for HR-Summit was ‘Employability Skills’.  The main event that is panel discussions happened at Saturday at Sant Dnyaneshwar Hall, MIT Campus Kothrud.The Summit started with world peace prayer which was followed by felicitation of key note speaker and participants of panel discussion. Dr. Milind Pande (Project Director- MITSOT) felicitated all the guests with token of appreciation and gave introductory speech. In his speech Dr. Pande predominantly emphasised on journey of MITSOT and informed the guests about various rankings and milestones achieved by the MITSOT.  He referred the great management philosopher Peter Drucker and mentioned that the key skill for 21st century is learning new skills. He also spoke about impact of digitalization and taken an overview of employment opportunities and employability skills required. His speech was followed by key note address. Mr. Prashant Karmalkar (MD-Circular Angle) in his key note addressed certain aspects related to ‘Employability Skills’ and mentioned that patience is the key to achieve remarkable success. According to him employability is an attitude to learn and not package that you earn. He offered certain tips to the audience in order to enhance employability skills. Some of those tips are learning something new is key, being relevant is important, avoid peer pressure, finding common interests and creating win-win scenarios. The key note speech was followed by panel discussion.The panel discussion was initiated and moderated by Mr. Abhijeet Parlikar (Sr. General Manager – HR – John Deere India Pvt. Ltd). The topic of the discussion was ‘Corporate Wish List to Institute To-Do List’. Mr. Paralikar initiated the discussion by providing insights from the E&Y report titled ‘Vision 2030’ as the report listed the missing skills which also resulted into shrinkage of window of opportunities. The other panellists were Mr. Babar Mian (Head – HR – PAMAC Group), Ms. Srishti Sinha (Deputy Manager – Reliance Jio Infocom Pvt. Ltd.) Ms. Bernadine Swamy (HR Director – Finance Plus India) and Mr. Prashant Karmalka (MD-Circular Angle). The panellist indicated mutual consensuses on certain aspects. These aspects are having awareness about deploying conceptual knowledge to the contextual problems- e.g. a candidate applying for the HR executive position must know how to conduct interview along with how to face the interview. Further, the area of concern which was emphasised is dissonance between expectations of corporate and expectations of students. The probable solution to this could be enhancing adaptability, job-knowledge, co-ordination and openness to learn among students. Further the panel proposed that the academia may deploy blended learning model that consists of experiential learning, lengthy internships. The panel concluded that the blended learning model will create VALUE and VISIBILITY for both Industry and Academia.

After the first panel discussion winners of article writing competition Ruchi Verma, Salma Khan, Pranita Kolhapure and Shubham Banthiya presented their articles.The presentations were followed by second panel discussion emphasising on ‘Sector Specific Employability Skills’. Before starting the discussion each panellist interacted with a group of students in order to gain the insights for the discussion. It was moderated by Mrs. Renuka Krishna (HR-Consultant). The panelists were Ms. Rubi Baksi (HR Executive-Harbinger Group), Mr. Chander Thapar (General VP- HR Hiranandani), Mr. Ajit Thakur (Head HR- Hyundai Construction Equipment India Pvt. Ltd.), Ms. Rakhi Deshpande (Director-Talent Acquisition- Xoriant Solutions Pvt. Ltd.) and Mr. Amol Neve (MITSOT Alumnus) from Wipro. The highlights of the panel discussion are internship plays key role in enhancing employability; skills are existing-will to deploy them is key; Clarity, Confidence and Communication are the 3C’s industries look for and Passion and Attitude are the elements that differentiate the candidates.The Senior- Junior students of HR specialization and HR faculty Dr.Neerja Aswale, Ms. Sharayu Patil & Placement Head Ms.Shobana Anand had taken commendable efforts for the event.A business quiz was organized in the morning on 7th October 2017. Total 45 teams (2 participants each) were participated for the preliminary round of business quiz. It was an online quiz consisting of multiple choice questions. 8 teams were selected for the second round out of which four teams competed with each other in the finals. This quiz was prepared and hosted by Prof. Shashank Divekar.      The event Innovision 2017 was held on 7th October 2017, with combination of techno-managerial symposium and was conducted to bring technology and management skill sets together on one platform. The event started at 2.00pm on 7th October itself. The event started with passing on the baton where Usha Kumari the senor batch student passed it on to the junior batch. This was followed by the panel discussion on theme ‘Digital Empowerment’. Panel speakers Mr. Vijay Sogodekar, Vice President at Reliance Jio; Mr. Shrikant Hatekar Technical Delivery Manager at British Telecom; Mr. Prasad Naik, emphasied on new opportunities in the field and impact of digital technology on our daily life. The panelists mentioned that the means of getting the information are changed. The digitalization has impacted almost every sector including the academic sector. Therefore, capturing, analyzing and publishing information has become a need of an hour. Further, there are challenges exists as the GPS denied contexts like army movement requires altogether different solution. There were competitions like Scavenger Hunt, Box Cricket, Need for Speed, Movie Mania, Track Mania and Slow Bike Racing in which 118 contestants participated. This was a platform for the participants where they were able to show their intellectual prowess and out of the box creativity. Participants and winners of all the events got cash prices, goodies and vouchers.Dr. Nutan Nigade and the senior-junior students of system specialization had taken special efforts to make Innovision a great success.

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Ms. Juhi Rai’s Workshop on “Life Skills”

MIT School of Telecom management (MTSOT) Pune organized a 3 day life workshop by Ms. Juhi Rai for the students of Batch 2017-19.Profile of Ms. Juhi Rai – Juhi Rai is an Author, Businesswoman and a Life skills coach for students and corporate executives. She has trained more than 7000 people from corporate management and senior levels. Her love for entrepreneurship made her an owner of three successful businesses before she was even 29. Having recognised the power of networking, she has excelled in the competitive business of network marketing for last 6 years. She has led a team of over 600 people scattered over 6 cities including London and generate revenues north of 20 million USD. Thus came the Chicken Soup series books and her third one which breaks down India’s startup scene to a common reader is due for release the fall of this year. She has emceed various events, from 300 people seminars to 3 days long 5000 people+ conventions. She is an expert communicator, who loves Hinglish!

Summary of Workshop – The workshop was divided into three aspects individual, organization and society. On day one her emphasis was on improving the communication skills of the students and removing their inertia by removing the stage fear. A set of activities were conducted where the students were divided into various groups. Further they were asked to introduce themselves and share their information with the other group members. On second day the activities were emphasizing on the team building exercises and exploring self-potentials. The students were asked to perform various tasks in order to enhance the team spirit. On third day the focus of the workshop was on assertiveness and acknowledgement skills. The most interesting activity of the day was to write a thank you letter to parents. Students thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and felt energized after the completion of workshop. It was a unique experience to them. It was highly motivating for them .  Mr. Amit Sinha had taken efforts for organizing the same.

Ms. Priyanka Pathak’s Invited Talk On “Career Guidance & Placement orientation for HR students”

MIT School of Telecom management (MTSOT) Pune organized an invited talk by Priyanka Pathak on 16thof September 2017 for the HR specialization students of Batch 2017-19.

Profile of Report on Priyanka Pathak’s Invited Talk

As a perfect blend of what a professional person should look like Ms Priyanka Pathak possess clear and visible traits and capabilities which a self made person should be in utmost need and it’s not a one day exercise and having such hands on experience in various industry one automatically need to be mentally and psychologically prepared and this only makes journey of one’s life more easier. Ms. Priyanka Pathak  hails from Madhya Pradesh and her first job was as field distributor in Nestle company as she possess management degree in Marketing domain (2009 – 2011) and she also possess MPM Degree from Pune University. She made a switch to HR domain and had also worked in Tata Motors as talent acquisition or in recruitment related role during initial days. Presently, she is working in Landmark Group as in Training and Development role and within one month she would be going to take Learning and Development role in Bajaj Finance.

Summary of a talk on “Career Guidance & Placement orientation for HR students”

The aim of discussion was to create awareness amongst the students about the core competencies on the basis of which a candidate is judged. The discussion emphasized on people skill and soft skills which are essential in order to succeed in HR domain. Further the session also addressed about the gap between the concepts that an individual learns and what the industry practices and understanding business scenarios will surely create a success path for students. The other major chunk of learning that the session focused was on being more aware about the surroundings and analyzing the business. One of the key take away of the session was to be open minded in the corporate world and be ready to devote into learning processes as attaining certain hands on experience leads to performance in short run and preferences in long run. The speaker mentioned that the journey of an HR trainee or manager revolves around recruitment which is the essence of HR domain along with this revolution one has to fulfill several other roles. The harsh reality of any business is that employers require individuals who are cost savers, who possess multi-tasking ability and act as catalyst. Candidates who understand their own strengths and weaknesses are preferred these days. In order to grow and develop the startup firms are going to be more suitable for fresher and experienced applicants as these organization offer an appropriate environment to take initiative and to innovate. The session was concluded by offering a mantra for success which is one must enjoy what he/she does and need to be enthusiastic about it.

Dr. Sunil Patil’s Invited Talk

“Corporate scenario and Entrepreneurship”

MIT School of Telecom management (MTSOT) Pune organized an invited talk by Dr. Sunil Patil on 14 th of September 2017 for the students of Batch 2017-19.Profile of Dr. Sunil Patil –

Prof. Sunil Patil is a former Director of Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management (SITM). Before joining Symbiosis, he has worked in various capacities at numerous esteemed organizations like Cognizant Technology Solutions, and BMC Software. He has worked with the International Institute of Information Technology (I 2 IT) as Professor in Advanced Networking & Telecom, Dean (Academics), & Vice President for International Relations. Presently, he is associated with Indus Valley Technologies as a founder and engaged in mentoring startups. Indus Valley Technologies focuses on consulting and education. He has got an international exposure as he worked at AT&T Bell Labs and Lucent Technologies in New Jersey, USA for 20 years. He was Director of Wireless
Networks Group in Bell Labs in Lucent Technologies. He was a key member in the Bell Labs
working on various analog and digital wireless technologies and integrated circuits.
He was awarded PhD by the Faculty of Management, Symbiosis International University in Pune, India. He has obtained MBA from Miller School of Business of Ball State University, Indiana, USA, MSEE with specialization in Communications Engineering from Charles Scheafer School of Engineering and Science of Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey, USA, MASc with specialization in Digital Signal Processing from University of Windsor, Canada, and ME with specialization in Power Electronics from Victoria Jubilee Technical Institute (VJTI), Bombay. He obtained BSEE from Nagpur University, India. His areas of interest are Wireless Communications, Rural Telephony, Signal Processing, Strategic Outsourcing, and Entrepreneurship. He has several publications in National and International journals. He is a member of IEEE Communications society and also a member of SIG for Telecom created by NASSCOM. He is also a member of several groups in CII.

Summary of a talk on “Corporate Scenario & Entrepreneurship”

Dr. Patil addressed a gathering of more than 70 students of MITSOT (Batch-2017-19) at seminar hall on a theme titled ‘Corporate Scenario & Entrepreneurship’ from 11 am- 1:00pm. Dr. Milind Pande welcomed him and shared the objectives of the invited talk. Prof. Sangeeta Dokey introduced the speaker to the audience. In his address Dr. Patil mentioned that the budding managers should focus on academics as many graduates are graduating in the coming years that will enhance competition for the employment. In such competitive scenarios the intrinsic motivation, sound conceptual knowledge and awareness about the practical aspects of business environment would carve a path for budding mangers by enhancing their skills. These unique aspects would help them in standout from the crowd. He mentioned about the difference between overseas education and Indian education systems. The overseas students pay their fees whereas in India students seek support from parents. In such scenarios seeking knowledge becomes important as it is a return on Investment made by the parents.. Dr. Patil mentioned that companies are continuously raising their expectations and preferring candidates who live up to the expectations. He explained that conceptual clarity, active participation and sincerity enhance probability of getting shortlisted. He emphasized that analyzing case studies, working on the industry projects /research projects would help the students in getting clarity about business scenarios. According to him, studying company details, dealing with the stakeholders of business, prepare good presentations, acquiring additional skills, writing white papers and acquiring additional relevant certification are the certain best practices which would help students to justify their employability. He also insisted that good ideas bring in lot of funding even from the government agencies and the young minds need to grab such opportunities by starting own ventures. IN such exercises even they fail they will learn. The session was followed by Question and Answers and formally concluded by Ms. Prachi Rajadnya who proposed the vote of thanks.

MITSOT Students Batch (2016-18) visited the District Court

All  students from MITSOT Batch 2016-18  visited the District Court on 14th & 15th Sept, 2017. The students were accompanied by Faculty Prof. Suhurd Neurgoankar, Dr. Rashmi Paranjpye,     Dr. Nutan Nigde and Dr.Neerja Aswale.The visit was permitted by the Registrar of the District Court. The day started with a brief note given to the students about the court and court rooms by Advocate J.B. Mane, Advocate F.D. Jadhav,Deputy Secretary ,MAHA-RERA Pune. The students visited various courts , including Civil ,Criminal,Family, Special . After visiting various court rooms gaining immense insight in the world of litigation the group was accompanied to designated court specially for offence related to women and child.The visit came to an end in the evening with a thanks giving note to Advocate J.B. Mane, Advocate F.D. Jadhav for enlightening the students.

MITSOT’s On-Screen Evaluation system (OSES)

MITSOT’s On-Screen Evaluation system (OSES) provides an extensive platform for evaluating pen and paper based summative examinations on computer screens. On-Screen Marking system completely automates the marking and scoring of summative/descriptive answer scripts into an accurate, simple, secure and efficient process.In this marking system, scanned paper based answer scripts are distributed electronically and marked on screen by examiners. Marks assigned by examiners as well as their comments and annotations are captured by the software throughout the marking process.

The entire marking process replicates the pen and paper based marking in a cost-effective and highly efficient manner. It conserves the advantages of pen and paper based testing, while automating the whole marking process.Key Features of OSES

Answer Script Digitization

  • After examination, answer scripts are collected and sent to a secure scanning facility, capable of processing huge volumes of scripts
  • Answer scripts are scanned using high speed scanners and uploaded into On-Screen Marking system for further processing
  • No paper scripts are sent to Examiners

Examination Administration

  • Administrator and Senior Examiners can configure complete examination related activities through this module Subjects, question papers and marking schemes are managed in a paperless environment
  • Administrator can configure and initiate practice and live marking sessions Practice Session/Standardization

Live Marking

  • Electronic allocation of answer scripts to certified examiners.
  • Examiners mark allocated answer scripts using OSES software on computer screens within the stipulated time.



  • Senior examiners can monitor the progress of all the examiners in real time having a better control over the entire marking process
  • Data gathered from marking can be used for analysis to gain deeper insights into performance

 Result Compilation

  • Post completion of script checking, marks are exported for preparing results in multiple formats such as .CSV, .PDF, etc.
  • Results can be compiled in batches or selectively as per the needs of the user

Marked Scripts Archival

All marked answer scripts are archived in Document Management System for long-term preservation of the answer scripts


Reporting & Monitoring Real time reports and alerts for examiners Total Visibility of marking in Progress Result Preparation Compilation of student marks in specified format

Archival of Marked Scripts

Bar-Coding of Answer Books Conceptualizing On-Screen Marking Focus on Efficiency and Quality

  • Complete eradication of administrative errors like incorrect totaling, unchecked questions and incorrect awarding of marks
  • Elimination of manual data entry errors as system automatically records the marks assigned for each answer script Significant Cost Savings & Effort
  • Eliminates the need to send paper scripts to different evaluation centres and re-packing them after checking for sending to head office for further processing reducing logistics costs considerably
  • Automated totalling of marks and no unchecked questions leads to negligible rework and rechecking costs by other examiners
  • The entire marking process can be completed within a matter of days resulting in reduced turnaround times and huge savings for examination bodies
  • Reduced support staff costs for handling and sorting of physical scripts post marking
  • Reduced cost, effort and time in complying with RTI, to make answer scripts available to students. Instead of mailing Xerox copies of marked scripts to candidates, secure online access of archived marked answer scripts can be provided on request Simplifies Marking Process
  • Flexibility of marking from a centralized or remote location within a secured environment
  • Answer scripts can be distributed electronically to any examiner across any region
  • Maximized screen area to view scanned answer scripts
  • Annotations to replicate actual marking
  • Captures question specific marks and comments
  • Ability to search and review answer scripts by multiple search criterions including examiner,exam centre, etc. Mitigates Risk and Enhances Security
  • Masks candidate details from examiners
  • Physical scripts are securely archived with the examination body and scanned images are secured, encrypted and archived in image server with strong authorization and authentication procedures
  • Answer Scripts are digitally signed by each examiner. Post marking, checked answer scripts are archived securely in a document management system.
  • Limited movement of paper scripts resulting in negligible probability of misplacing answer scripts or getting misused Benefits of On-Screen Marking Screen

Ex-Capt Subash Krishnan’s Invited Talk on “Current Business Environment”

MIT School of Telecom management (MTSOT) Pune organized an invited talk by Ex-Capt Subash Krishnan on 16th of September 2017 for the students of Batch 2017-19.

Profile of Ex-Capt Subash Krishnan – As an Army Officer with the Infantry, have demonstrated the mental and physical robustness and leadership skills to command and lead troops in operations at the LOC, as well as in inter formation professional competitions, war games and large scale training exercises. Over ten years with Bennett Coleman and Co., publishers of The Times of India and The Economic Times, with an outstanding track record in terms of growth and market share. A powerful speaker, have delivered workshops for both professionals and students with consistently excellent feedback as a facilitator. He has conducted several workshops on Public Speaking and Presentation skills, Effective Communication, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Business Writing, Personal Effectiveness, Leadership, Group Discussion and Interview Techniques, Introduction to media.Summary of a talk on “Current Business Environment”

Mr.Subash Krishnan addressed a gathering of more than 90 students of MITSOT (Batch-2017-2019) at seminar hall from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on a theme titled “Current Business Environment”. Prof. Sangeeta Dokey welcomed him for the session and introduced him to the audience. He specially focused on the aspect called––General awareness of the business environment among the students. According to him general awareness of the business environment helps students in occupying good positions in the corporate and discharge important responsibilities. He further differentiated between people being more successful and less successful managers and emphasized that successful managers are have more awareness of business environment. This awareness helps in enhancing their competencies, modifies their approach toward a problem, improves their performances and helps them in adapting the change. This awareness also enhances their risk taking abilities. He also emphasized on the patterns of changes occurring and how important it is to update for the students as learning is an ‘On Going Process’.

He further conducted the activity wherein he displayed 20 odd questions on the screen one by one and asked us to answer them. Later all the questions were being discussed for the topics like – BRICS, Demonetization, Vishal Sikka and Narayan Murthy Issue to name a few. He mentioned that adapting the changes, dealing with complexities and addressing the competition would be the challenges in future, so be ready in advance for the uncertainties.

The session was an Eye Opener for all the students. The session was concluded by Mr. Chaitanya Deshmukh who proposed vote of thanks.

9th Annual Convocation Ceremony of MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT) for the Batch (2015-17)

The 9th Annual Convocation Ceremony of MIT School of Telecom Management (MITSOT), for the Batch: 2015-17 students, was held at Sant Dnyaneshwara Hall, MIT College Campus, Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune on 9th September 2017.Dr. Milind Pande, Project Director, MITOST welcomed the guest and highlighted the various achievements like MITSOT being ranked amongst top 50 b Schools in NIRF ranking by Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, brand ambassadorship of Digital India, Outstanding Placements and recent developments at the Institution.The chief Guest Mr. Himanshu Goel, MD, Syniverse(India Middle East & Africa ) complimented MITSOT for its great achievements. He appealed the students to have an open mind, imagination and being ambitious. He underlined that the students are fortunate and are privileged to be in the Telecom Sector. He concluded the speech with simple message that student should have self-belief and follow their passion.Mr. Mr. Kalpan Desai, VP HR, Janalakshmi Financial Services, Maharashtra,  the guest of honour shared his words of wisdom and showed the willingness to help the young minds. He highlighted the opportunities in digital world, staggering data consumption and evolution of connected Intelligence.Mr. Vivek Golani, Regional Director -West, Spice Digital Ltd complimented for its various achievements. He reinforced the importance of continuous learning, dignity in work, discovering the virtues and challenging oneself.Dr. Vishwanath D Karad, Founder- President and Director General, MAEER’s MIT Pune, presided over the ceremony. He first of all congratulated the parents, awardees and all the post-graduating students. He reminded that the words of Swami Vivekananda will be realised in the 21st Century and India will be emerge as the Knowledge corridor of the world. This will be the century of mother India. He also said that religion is nothing but performing one’s duties. Religion is simply a way of life. The whole universe is the manifestation of pure intelligence and pure consciousness. He concluded that Union of Science and Spirituality alone will bring peace to the mankind. Dr. Karad dwelled upon the need for research on understanding networking and chemistry of minds. He urged the students to be physically fit, mentally alert, spirituality elevated, and intellectually sharp. The passing out students were blessed by the Founder & Executive President of MAEER’s MIT, Pune, Hon. Dr Vishwanath. D. Karad, in his Presidential Speech.

The ceremony was graced by stalwarts from the Industry, Board of Studies members, Academia and Digital and Print Media besides Alumni participants of MITSOT.

The function was attended by the both visiting and regular faculty members, non-teaching staff & students of the Institution.

The number of students who were awarded Degree Certificates at this convocation was 118. Besides the award of degree at the Institute, students were also awarded various prizes and medals for their meritorious and extracurricular performance. This reciprocal speech was given by Ms. Sayali Dipankar, Ms. Priyamvada Chauhan, Ms. Shruti Shrivastava and Mr. Lucky Wadhwani.

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Dr. Shalaka Shah’s Invited Talk on “Competency development for the placement purpose”

MIT School of Telecom management (MTSOT) Pune organized an invited talk by International Faculty, Dr. Shalaka Shah on 2nd of September 2017 for the students of Batch 2017-19.Profile of Dr. Shalaka Shah – Dr. Shalaka Shah is an Adjunct Faculty for Competence Development and a Business Excellence Researcher at Steinbeis School of International Business & Entrepreneurship (SIBE), Germany. She has earned a doctorate in Pedagogy & Psychology for the topic of work-life balance and career success. She has done double Master degree in Psychology of Excellence Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU), Munich Germany and in Counseling Psychology from SNDT University Pune. She is a licensed KODE® & SCA ® competence trainer approved by Steinbeis University, Berlin. The competence license is widely accepted across Europe. She is the first Indian to hold this license. Dr. Shah has an experience of psychological testing and counseling for over a decade. She delivers lectures, conducts workshops on the topics of work life management and competence development. Dr. Shah is the creator of Work-life360o audit’ program one of its kind in India. Some of her renowned beneficiaries include Central Bank of India Insurance Institute of India, SGS India Pvt. Ltd., Samvit School of Infrastructure and Business. She endeavors to research topics like work life balance, competency development and business leadership education. She aims to co-operate with international universities and/or companies. Dr. Shah holds scholarly publications presented at various conferences and symposiums.Summary of a talk on “Competency development for the placement purpose”

Dr. Shalaka Shah addressed a gathering of more than 100 Students of MITSOT Batch (2017-19) at seminar hall on a theme titled “Competency development” from 10:00 am to 12:00pm. Prof. Sangeeta Dokey welcomed her for the session and introduced her to the audience. Dr. Shalaka Shah emphasized on capitalizing the student’s strengths and knowing their weaknesses. She also conducted the ‘employability check’ activity wherein the assessment of each individual was made from the view point of neighbour student sitting him/her. The Assessment sheet included 16  management competencies points on which the students were rated. She spoke about the importance of how a person carries, conducts himself/herself, and behaves in the norms of the employment. Hands on experience through projects and competencies go hand-in-hand. She shared her experience of “Germany” that how being competent, confident, making right decisions at the right time, communication skills and having knowledge of the language helped her in that particular situation. Coming out of your comfort zone, know yourself well was the lesson. She focused on The person’s capacity to execute tasks.  Competencies is the combination  of  ‘Qualifications, Knowledge and Right attitude’.  Network  for yourself  and  for  your  company. Have the awareness of the corporate. It is important to choose what information you want to convert it into knowledge.Competencies are the abilities to act and react in a self- organized creative way in the face of new non predictable open situations. Doing same things in a new way is one of  the aspect. She concluded the session with a video which changed our perspective towards the story of A Rabbit and the Tortoise. The interpretation was wonderfully done. The session was formally concluded by Ms. Anjali Dande who proposed vote of thanks.