Amity University students to give inputs in designing Lucknow Metro Stations

Lucknow: Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation shortlisted nine artworks by students of Amity Institute of Architecture and Planning and Amity School of Fine Arts whose concepts of art works would be used while designing metro-station.

Earlier LMRC had also discussed prospects of developing some concepts of art works for stations through the students of Amity University. A competition among students for artwork depicting the rich cultural heritage of Awadh and its specialty was arranged at Amity University. Sixteen entries were shortlisted for the final round. Finally nine artworks of students of the Amity Institute of Architecture and Planning (ASAP) and Amity School of Fine Arts (ASFA) have been shortlisted out of total 55 participating students.

LMRC also felicitated these students on Saturday by presenting them with ‘Certificates of Participation’ and cash awards. The corporation has tied up with the Amity University to impart training on managerial and communication skillsets to newly recruited engineers and officials in the LMRC. The university felicitated 57 Lucknow Metro new recruits by presenting them ‘Certificates of Achievement’ for undergoing a training programme on managerial and communication skills at their campus. This training programme has been designed by Kumar Keshav, Managing Director, Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation and has been customized to impart specialized training to the young recruits to sharpen their managerial and communication skills in regard to their profession.

These new recruited officers and engineers of LMRC were conferred with ‘Certificates of Achievement’ in the auditorium after completion of their training on November 7. Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC) had tied up with the Amity University for providing this training to its directly recruited fresh candidates that lasted from 15.10.2015 to 30.10.2015. This training programme was planned with an endeavour to enhance the competitive communication skills of assistant engineers, assistant managers and junior engineers with the finesse of corporate communication and soft skills that define the value of present day technocrats and management professionals.

The training programme witnessed an enthusiastic participation from the vibrant and young officials who were given intensive workshop – specific training on modules of confident communication, interpersonal skills, customer care, conflict resolution, leadership skills, presentation skills, business meeting, business correspondence and professional grooming.


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