Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala participated as Chief Guest in the Convocation Ceremony of the Indian School of Business (ISB), Mohali campus. Sh. Chautala facilitated the graduating 431 students with course certificates in Healthcare, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, and Public Policy programmes.
While speaking on the occasion, Sh. Dushyant Chautala said that the global economy is accelerating at a very rapid pace along with the transition of new technologies which requires a special skill set that needs to be updated with time. He said that various global opportunities are coming in the Indian market and he sees ample amount of scope in sectors like Automobile, e-Vehicle, and Hydro Vehicle and New trends in marketing. He added that Haryana is the largest manufacturer of automobiles in the country and he also mentioned Haryana’s business-friendly policies which are attracting a large amount of investment in the State.
During his address, he asked the Institute to start a capsule course for bureaucrats which can be funded by State Governments so that they are updated with the new trends in the global market. Extending best wishes to the graduating students he said that the futuristic vision of the institute will help each student to grow professionally and will help the country to move forward as well.
During the programme, Sh. Rakesh Bharti Mittal, Chairman, Mohali Campus Advisory Board and Dean, ISB, Sh. Madan Pillutla were present on the occasion.