According to reports, infrastructure and renewable energy are going to be India’s major job creating sectors in future, according to Sunand Sharma, Country President, India & South Asia, Alstom.
Speaking at the 6th Annual Convocation of Asian School of Business Management (ASBM), here, Sharma said, India as a developing nation needs Rs 90 lakh crore of investment in infrastructure and another Rs 10-15 lakh crore in renewable energy sector.
“The more investment inflow means more employment opportunities and hence, there is a greater scope for management professionals in these two sectors in coming days,” he said.
Addressing the function as chief guest, V P Agarwal, Chairman, Airports Authority of India, said, “Management students are future action leaders. For that, they should be unconventional, out-of-box thinkers and should take decisions by utilizing their inner sense.”
Among others, Santosh Varalwar, Managing Director & CEO, Vivimed Labs Ltd., and Rod Solomons, former Trade & Investment Commissioner, Australia, Biswajeet Pattanayak, Founder and Director, ASBM also spoke on the occasion.
Diploma certificates were awarded to 171 students and five gold medals were given to 5 best students at the convocation.