The first day of a new academic year can mean a lot of things to students – disappointment of getting back to the scheduled phase or enthusiasm about finding out what all the year has to offer. Students of Meluha International School surely fall into the latter category.
Metamorphosis received an overwhelming response from the 11th and 12th standard students of Meluha International School. The founder of Metamorphosis Pavan Allena shared experiences of being an entrepreneur and students seemed to be genuinely enraptured to know the possibilities that the business world has to offer. Metamorphosis made most out of students’ sincere presence and undivided attention to enlighten them on the importance of entrepreneurial skills which not only helps in building a business but also raising the leader within them.
“I started Metamorphosis in the year 2017 with a vision and mission to enable entrepreneurial skills in at least 1 million students. I want students to think like an entrepreneur right from their school days,” said Pavan Allena introducing ‘Metamorphosis Entrepreneur Club’ to the students.
Students also got to find out where they stand when it comes to the entrepreneurial skills by attempting an expertly curated questionnaire presented to them by Metamorphosis. It has surely been a day to remember, both for the students and the Metamorphosis team.
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