Ujjain: Breaking all the shackles of brain drain and setting an example for young generation, the young member of Vasishtha family who recently completed his Master of Science from New York University of USA, the talented and dynamic personality Aditya Vasishtha assumed the office of Vice-chairman (Academics) of Mahakal Group of Institutes (MGI), on Monday.
Aditya who had the job in financial sector of world famous Royal Bank of Canada after completing his MS, resigned the job obeying the will of his grandfather former MLA MP Vasishtha to serve the family-run venture. Aditya took the responsibility to lead the MGI on his shoulders with the blessings of his father-cum-Chairman Praveen Vasishtha. Addressing during a programme organised at MGI on Monday, Aditya said that his priority is to bring qualitative improvement and progressive growth in academics and research activities in the institute. He wanted to utilize his experience in research and innovative affairs related to students and teachers.
Prasar Shikshan and Seva Sansthan Chairman MP Vasishtha blessed Aditya with his words asking him to put his best efforts to take the organization to a new height. He also asked his grandson to interact with students in classroom for better understanding of their mind and the soul of the institute. Chairman Praveen Vasishtha greeted Aditya and urged entire MGI fraternity for extending their cooperation to the youngest member of the group.
MIT Founder Director Prof DS Saxena in his address asked Aditya to take the responsibility as a challenge. Narrating his past experiences, he also mentioned certain significant points to manage administration and academics. Prof Saxena presented a Bhagwat Gita to Aditya as a token of remembrance which will always remind him of his duty.
Vice-chairman Renu Vasishtha, Dr MG Sharma, Dr VS Obboveja, Dr Vivek Bansod, Dr APC Shukla, Dr MC Mahajan, Dr JN Vyas, Dr Rishi Dubey, Dr KV Sharma and other faculty members were present on this occasion. Vice-chairman Rajendra Vasishtha compeered the programme while Alok Vasishtha proposed the vote of thanks.