Students Of Symbiosis Skills And Professional University Pune Shine At The ‘India Skills Competition’

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Students of Symbiosis Skills and Professional University
Students who participated in the India Skills Competition along with Dr. Swati Mujumdar, Pro Chancellor, Symbiosis Skills and Professional University and faculty members
  • BBA student wins gold medal in “Logistics and Freight Forwarding Category”, will represent India in the World Skills Competition.
  • Student from Beauty and Wellness bags bronze medal in Skill-based hands-on challenge in skin/makeup. 

PUNE: Students from Students of Symbiosis Skills and Professional University excelled in the national level India Skills Competition 2024 held recently in Delhi.

Simone Grover, student of fourth Semester, BBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management, School of Ports, Terminal Management and Logistics stood first in the “Logistics and Freight Forwarding Category winning the gold medal. She will be representing India in the World skills competition at Lyon, France in September 2024. Ms. Tahesin Sutar, third year student of Beauty and Wellness school bagged bronze medal in the Skill-based hands-on challenge in skin/make up at the National round.

Krishh Hingorani – also a student of  4th Semester, BBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management, School of Ports, Terminal Management and Logistics was selected to participate in the  Nationals.

Tarishi Bais – VI Semester, BBA Ports and Terminal Management, State level – Silver medal – Runner up represented Maharashtra

A total of 23 students from SSPU participated out of which 10 were shortlisted for state levels and 3 of them entered the national level competition. The students were felicitated by Dr. Swati Mujumdar, Pro Chancellor at a special function organised at the SSPU Kiwale Campus in presence of faculty members and parents. 

IndiaSkills Competition organized by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), is the country’s biggest skill competition and is designed to demonstrate the highest standards of skilling. The competition offers a platform to young people to showcase their talent at national and international levels. Held at regional and national level, students must clear the preliminary as well as district and state levels to qualify for the finals.

Congratulating the students for their participation and performance Dr. Swati Mujumdar, Pro-Chancellor, Symbiosis Skills and Professional University said, “Such competitions are extremely aspirational for students as well as faculty members. It is the perseverance and hard work of an individual which creates an environment where everybody becomes a support system that encourages students to do better. It is a proud moment for SSPU that our student is going to represent the country. She added that skills are a matter of efficiency and proficiency and need a lot of planning and practice. Our aim is to have more students participate in India and World Skills competition and emerge as a leader in Competitive Skilling.” 

Students Ms. Simone Grover and Tahsein Sutar appreciated the curriculum content and the hands-on training approach which helped them enter the national finals and bag these coveted awards.

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