850 BHU students trained under Finding Leader In You initiative

US-based Competitive Mindset Institute, which is conducting the FLY programmes, has trained 5,000 students across the country.

Thirty FLY programmes have been completed in BHU. (Image: Press Release)Thirty FLY programmes have been completed in BHU. (Image: Press Release)

Divyansh | February 9, 2024 | 09:10 PM IST

NEW DELHI: Banaras Hindu University has trained around 850 students under the Finding Leader In You (FLY) programme. The initiative is being conducted by the Competitive Mindset Institute, United States. Under the programme, students are trained in five research-backed skills considered essential for professional competitiveness and ethical leadership.

Competitive Mindset Institute co-founder Harsh Bhargawa said it has trained 5,000 students across the country under the FLY programme. “Attention to details is very important and can result in transformation,” Bhagawa said. He hailed the leadership of BHU vice-chancellor Sudhir Kumar Jain for constantly working and acting for his students.

Aruna Bhargawa, advisor, CMI, said students should not let any of their fears and hesitations overpower them, and they must keep trying and success will embrace them.

Addressing the alumni meet, BHU VC Jain said the university is endeavouring to ensure the overall development of students, and the FLY program is one of many steps in this direction. “The results of these initiatives are already visible, but the actual outcome will be experienced by the participants as well as the institution once our students venture into life after completing university degrees,” he added.

Briefing about various initiatives of BHU, dean of students Anupam Kumar Nema said about 30 FLY programs have been successfully completed in the university. He informed that the programs are being organised in various institutes and faculties of the university and the feedback from students is heartening.

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Mahila Mahavidyalya principal Rita Singh said it is the visionary leadership of vice-chancellor Prof Sudhir Kumar Jain who has launched several student-centric initiatives that have helped them identify and acknowledge their strengths and abilities. She said that the initiatives are truly proving to be transformative in terms of student welfare and growth. A number of students also shared their experiences about how the initiative is helping them prepare well for life challenges in terms of better communication skills, problem-solving approach, leadership skills, being innovative, and perseverance.

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