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Use the social media with caution : Mehra

Updated on Wed, 03 August 2016 at 11:24 IST
JK Business School, Bhondsi

Use the social media with caution : Mehra

Marching ahead in the field of education, the pioneering Centre for Education, Growth and Research, in collaboration with the J K Business School, released its latest publication, ‘Effective Business Communication’.This is the fourth research-based book published by CEGR. The content of this highly acclaimed publication has been written and edited by 33 Senior Corporate Leaders and Educationists. The book was released during a lecture at the J K Business School.Prof Lokesh Mehra, Director, Symantec, while giving a lecture on ‘email Communication’ explained the importance of e-mail and social communication in a very simple and interesting manner.He generously shared the experiences of his successful Corporate career. he added that in the present times, you not only need quality e-mail communication and access to social media, not just when you are searching for a job or setting up your own business but to achieve success in every sphere of your life, you need effective use of e-mail communication and social media. In Particular, the professionals need highly effective e-mail and social communication skills right from the word ‘go’. The occasion was graced by Director, JKBS, Prof Sanjiv Marwah, Registrar Brigadier Ajay Mehta and many other dignitaries.

 
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