Business leader and Padma Bhushan award winner KV Kamath engaged students at the Foundation for Liberal and Management Education (FLAME) annual convocation 2012, held on May 5, on its Lavale campus in Pune. As the chief guest on the occasion, Kamath bestowed students with degrees, diplomas and medals.
The most accomplished students, Abhishek Doshi and Yashovardhan Chordia, triumphed with an ‘All-rounder’ title for an impeccable performance in academic and non-academic subjects.
The students who were honoured with gold medals were Aneri Shah, Trisha Agrawal, Ankita Shreeram, Nimit Shah, Avinash Vasu, Meena Aier, Abhishek Doshi and Yashovardhan Chordia.
Addressing the students, Kamath said, “You will be managers in a world where emerging economies will be at the forefront. You need to decide what suits you best and chart your path accordingly. Sticking to fundamental values will help you build an exciting future for India and yourselves. “
An emotional FLAME School of Liberal Education student, Yashovardhan Chordia, said, “The four most important years of our lives at the institute has catalysed our growth, from being a little confused to turning into responsible young adults.”
This academic year, 2011-2012, marked the first convocation of FLAME School of Performing Arts (FSPA), second of FLAME School of Liberal Education (FSLE) and fourth convocation of FLAME School of Business (FSB) and FLAME School of Communication (FSC).