Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, located at Kinathukadavu in Coimbatore, started the Induction and Orientation Program for the First Year Students of the college with a slew of activities including Founder talks through storytelling. Speaking to the institution’s Principal, Dr.Sudha Mohanram said that around 25 entrepreneurs across the state will share their startup journey in the next 10 days every day at the campus, inciting the leadership and entrepreneurial spirit of the students who have just walked into their professional career with a multitude of hope and expectations. All the sessions have been organized by Dr.Shajitha Banu and faculty team.
Industry experts and seasoned entrepreneurs including Arunkumar of Kovai.co; Girirajan, CEO of FundsIndia; Raj Nagarajan of Amazon; Reshmi Menon of Palo Alto; Dr. Krishnamurthy, Life Skill Coach; Dr.Subramanian, Former JCI President; Lt. Esan of Uniform Services; Srinivasan Sambandam of Galaxy Consultancy; Sujitha Menon, CEO of Synergy Group of Companies; Vivekanandan of Unacademy; Bala Senthil Kumar, MD of ZBO; Subashine Ashok, COO of Sri Sankarara Japanese Language; Suvarnanidhi Rao of Philips; Pradeep Yuvaraj of Prezantim Presentation Design; Vincey Joseph, Leadership Coach; Raagavan of Ericsson; Rajasekhar Madhavan of ProjectContest.com; Sandeep Bhuvaneshwar Choubey of ITC; Kannan Narasimhan of SECE; Usha Ramky, Speaker & Author; Rajasekhar Madhavan and startup community enablers including Shameer, Founder of By The Startups and Nawin Krishna of Startup Payanam feature in the panel of speakers whose experience and insights will steer the students towards adopting entrepreneurship as a way of life.
Dr.Sudha added, “Sri Eshwar College of Engineering was established in 2008, and enjoys a strong campus placement record till date. But, with Coimbatore being an entrepreneurial hub, we want to create more job creators in the region, and precisely why we’re planning to conduct more innovation-related talks, workshops and Hackathons for students through the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) at our campus. We strongly believe such motivational sessions will help students develop their innate entrepreneurial traits, and turn them into problem-solvers, innovators and future leaders.”