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AITM organises motivational talk by Rehan Kobatte for management students

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Bhatkal 12 August 2018: (Bhatkallys News Bureau) Anjuman Institute of Technology and Management (AITM) on Sunday organised a motivational talk by prominent businessman of Bhatkal and an alumni of Anjuman Rehan Kobatte, for the management students of AITM and Anjuman Institute of Management and Computer Applications (AIMCA) at the seminar hall of AITM here in Bhatkal.

Rehan Kobatte, with over 18 years’ of experience is sales marketing and an alumni of Anjuman Islamia High School and Anjuman Boys PU College Bhatkal was invited to address the students on the topic ‘Motivation and Challenges to the under graduates’.

Rehan was a university rank holder both during his graduation and post graduation and has worked with companies like Nestle, Henkel Arabia and is now working with United Flowers Vegetables oil, Jeddah Saudi Arabia as sales and marketing director of the company.

Rehan while interacting with students stressed upon setting goals for career and future before anything to succeed as a sales or marketing professional and admitted that the Indian market is now more open and has more opportunities comparatively to gulf countries, and encouraged the students to be entrepreneurs rather than being employees.

He started his talk with advising students to build their reputation and earn trust of people and the management if they have to grow within the organisation in corporate world.

During the session students asked several questions to Rehan regarding career guidance and the corporate life.

AIMCA Principal Prof. Mohsin K presented vote of thanks before concluding the event.

Anjuman General Secretary Ismail Siddique, President Abdul Rahim Jukaku, PU and Degree college board secretary Mohsin Shabandri, Prrimary school board secretary Asif Damudi and others were present during the event.

(Bhatkallys News Bureau)


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