Visit To FactSet Systems, Hyderabad
Technovation in collaboration with FACTSET SYSTEMS Hyderabad organises a workshop on Leadership Skills and Entrepreneurship.
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Every year, Technovation invites teams of young people from all over the world to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.
Vishwa Bharati Public School believes in promoting girls in the field of technology, School always encourages their girls to take part in this competition and explore the new world of opportunities.
This year from Vishwa Bharati Public School group of 25 girls are participating and working on different mobile apps.
Technovation in collaboration with FACTSET SYSTEMS Hyderabad has organized a workshop on Leadership skills and Entrepreneurship recently in their campus. FactSet Research Systems is a financial data and software company headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. The company provides integrated data and software. FactSet's total ASV and professional services revenues were $1.48 billion.
A team of 16 participants from VII, VIII and IX class of Technovation, and 4 teachers (Archana Jain, Mamta Gupta, Vandana Dang, and Soni Agarwal) were invited at Hyderabad where students exchanged their experiences working on live projects of app making. The VBPS girls raised questions on developing leadership skills.
The CEO of FactSet Philip Snow and Gene Fernandez spoke on leadership skills and Entrepreneurship skills and shared their experiences. They emphasized the importance of leadership skills and entrepreneurship development in children from a young age to make them excel in different fields and reach their goals. They also appreciated the VBPS girls for their updated knowledge and the ventures they were working on.
Aditi Jain of class X of VBPS Noida joined the programme as a technovation Student Ambassdor through video conferencing and shared her experience of the journey of winning Gold Scholarship at California.
The one day programme ended on a positive note admiring the school efforts of giving a positive environment to the children in this digital world.
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