FROM THE CHAIRMAN'S DESK
The truth of this can never be realised more deeply than at a time when both Malala and Satyarthi have been rewarded for their contribution to education.
Change is the only constant in life and the 21st century which has seen regular and varied change needs to be seen as a time that urges us to be in command of the
change if one has to survive it, let alone forge ahead. And the only way to ensure that one has the strength to survive this tide is to equip oneself with education.
Education not merely changes and develops minds but gives them the scope to adapt and innovate and most importantly lead the change rather than merely
being at its receiving end. Competition is ever on the rise and the stability of the mid 20th century has rapidly given way to unexpected change. In the blink of an
eye the world as we know it is replaced by a new one - whether in the field of technology, medicine, engineering, life style and in fact even the job scenario. And
while there is no denying the value of basic degrees, the fast paced life of today, needs quick thinking and decision making that the professional world not merely
requires but also expects and which the field of management equips the students with.
MET with its dynamic approach to education, excellent infrastructure, evolving pedagogical approach and attempt to deliver to the industry what it desires is
creating professionals with values that stem from the local and encompass the global. For we are marching towards becoming a force to reckon with as a country
and only good education can make us ready to meet this challenge.
Hon. Founder Chairman
Mumbai Educational Trust