Pune: “Confidence, work energy, Any budding entrepreneur can succeed with strength, dedication and passion. Research and leadership should be in your blood. Also, you should improve yourself every day,” thought Lieutenant General A. Arun expressed.
He was speaking as the chief guest at the conclusion of a five-day event ‘RIDE Innovation Conclave 2022’ organized by MIT World Peace University’s Innovation Conclave on the theme Research, Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship (RIDE).
Ashutosh Duggal, Business Head of Mahindra Rice’s Electrical Vehicle Division was present as the guest of honour. MIT World Peace University Founder President Prof. Dr. Vishwanath Da. Karad was.
MIT World Peace University Executive President Rahul Vishwanath Karad was online.
Also, Vice-Chancellor of MIT World Peace University Dr. R. M. Chitnis, Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr. Milind Pandey, Vice Chancellor Dr. Tapan Panda, Senior Director of Center for Industry Academia Partnerships Praveen Patil and Dr. Prasad Khandekar was present.
The newly opened Accelerator Center (Center for Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship) at MIT WPU was inaugurated by Dr. Vishwanath Da. Karad and Lieutenant General A. It was done by Arun.
Lieutenant General A. Arun said, “If new entrepreneurs always keep a smile on their faces, it will not take long for the business to succeed. Don’t deviate from your goal, focus and set goals by giving any reasons. The power of knowledge is the best and students should focus on it. Professional leadership requires leaders to communicate their feelings to the team.
“The key to happiness in everyone’s life is in his own hands. So instead of working 24 hours, you should give priority to your choice, social service, religious work. The bright future of this country lies in the hands of youth power.”
Dr. Vishwanath Da. Karad said, “Students should remember Swadharma, Swabhaman, Swavatva. Indian tradition teaches Matri Deva, Pitra Deva Bhava and Acharya Deva Bhava. Research is very important in any field. It is from this research that the largest dome in the world has been created. It is giving the message of peace to the whole world. As stated by Swami Vivekananda, India will emerge as the Hall of Knowledge in the 21st century.”
Ashitosh Duggal said, “Students should now carry out sustainable research in this university based on the promise of Swami Vivekananda. Which will be for human welfare. ”
Rahul Vishwanath Karad said, “A unique exchange of ideas has taken place here in the last five Diwas. Sustainable development is seen on the strength of innovation, research and technology. Many problems are arising in this country. They should be resolved through research. In present time everyone should accept colonial mentality and call India as India. Therefore, it will not take long for a new movement to emerge in the country.”
Prof. Dr. R. M. Chitnis made introduction. Dr. Tapan Panda told the background of the program. Pravin Patil explained the purpose and overview of the entire program.
Prof. Dr. Gautam Bapat moderated. Prof. Dr. Milind Pandey proposed vote of thanks.
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