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An Enlightening Feast

On September 01, 2010, an important day for insurance since it marks the birth of LIC; the MET eMBA-Insurance batch 2010-2012 was treated to a special luncheon. The company comprising of the Dean – MET CITRD, Mr. Vijay Thakur and distinguished faculty members Mr. Arun Patil, Mrs. Tandon, Ms. Alka and Mrs. Kavita Joshi, took 13 budding MBAs for a practical training on dinning etiquettes to the Holiday Inn.

The group was guided by Mrs. Tandon, a distinguished personality and proficient in this area, briefed all the students on the dining etiquettes. The group started each course learning how to conduct oneself in formal situations, displaying a sense of professionalism and civility.

The MET eMBA-Insurance students are poised for international placements and the nuances of dining shared, will serve the students well when they join the pantheons of the elite in their professional career. This session also served as a wonderful rehearsal for the batch when they visit the prestigious Lloyd’s centre at London as a part of their curriculum and also will help them in their future careers globally.

At conclusion of the meal, Mr. Jignesh, the Banquet Manager of the Holiday Inn, conducted a brief impromptu session, explaining students the history of dining etiquette and concluding it by commenting on contemporary dining culture. The students would forever cherish the unforgettable afternoon spent learning finest dining etiquettes.

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