Rajagiri's business school holds talk show with young entrepreneur for students

Students of both MBA and PGDM batches of the college participated in the talk show. Photo: Special Arrangement

Kakkanad: The entrepreneurship club of the Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies organised a talk show for its students on August 8.

The founder of Paul's Creamery, John Mathai Paul, was the chief guest at the event, which was organised at the KRL auditorium of the institution.

John Mathai Paul with students. Photo: Special Arrangement

In an interactive session with students, Paul shared his success story and mentioned the importance of following one's passion.

"Failure is not the end, but a kickstart to achieving your goals. Most importantly, nobody can help you unless you decide to help yourself first," he added.

The event had a rapid-fire round for the students to ask put forth their queries to the chief guest.

John Mathai Paul, founder of Paul's Creamery, speaking at the event. Photo: Special Arrangement

Students of both MBA and PGDM batches participated in the talk show.

(The author is a second year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) student of Rajagiri Centre for Business Studies, reporting for Onmanorama as part of our campus outreach programme, Onmanorama Campus Reporter.)

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