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GCCI to continue its FOCUS with the help of other industries
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Apr '08
Programmes like FOCUS have very great potential and they can revolutionize the country if they are expanded on a large scale.

Dr. Bakul Dholakia, Advisor, Adani Group of Companies said this while distributing certificates to 42 successful students on the conclusion of the first phase of FOCUS – Fraternity of Career Upgradation Scheme jointly organized by the Gujarat Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Adani Group of Companies in Ahmedabad today.

Dr. Dholakia said that FOCUS has increased the self-confidence of students and made them aware of their capacity. This programme will greatly help them in building up their personality and enhancing their capacity. He expressed his pleasure over the success of the pilot project.

On the completion of the first phase of the FOCUS, 42 successful students were given specific certificates jointly issued by the GCCI, Adani Group and Navgujarat College. The three top rankers Shivani Trivedi, Sarang Parikh and David Jose were offered appointment letters in Adani Group at today's function.

Dr. Malay Mahadevia, Director [Projects], Adani Group of Companies spoke about the need to cover other sectors of economy in this programme. He expressed his confidence that those who had participated in FOCUS will benefit by increasing their employability in industries.

In her response a successful trainee Kshma Shah said that the training has increased our capacity and our enthusiasm. Shivani Trivedi, a trainee said that FOCUS has enhanced our knowledge. Shri Sanjeev Kothari of PMC Projects India Pvt. Ltd. and Principal M S Trivedi of Navgujarat College also spoke on the occasion.

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