The Beginning of Success

Amity students have more interaction with the corporate world than any other institution-one of the reasons why Amity is consistently ranked at the top.

The Amity Corporate Resource Centre acts as an interface between the students, faculty, and the corporate world to initiate continuous interaction with the industry, sharing the industry experiences, understanding industry needs and providing the required support to the corporate world.

Besides regular Management Development Programmes (MDPs), Seminars, Consultancy, Quiz Contests, Research & Resource Sharing, the Centre organizes the following specific programmes.

CEOs Forum

Corporate Mind Sharing

In this forum, 3 to 4 CEOs from diversified industry sectors are invited to speak and interact with students on specific topics

Over 1500 CEOs have already visited the campus for these forums

CEOs Dinner Series

Interacting with Corporate Leaders

As a truly unique experience, Amity invites top CEOs to dine with a group of 9-10 students

Students not only overcome the anxieties of interacting with a leading personality, but also develop close friendship with a mentor for life

Corporate Mentoring Program

Getting an insight into the real life corporate world

Students are paired with a corporate professional based on their area of interest and specialization

They are provided with the insights and experience deemed essential to face the corporate realities. They are also given advice on how to succeed in their chosen profession

Some of the over 150 topics discussed during Amity International Centre Lecture Series

  • Red China: A Success Story
  • Vedic Education System: Modern Context
  • Breathing Fire: China’s Aggressive Posturing
  • Future Trends in Indian Politics
  • Elections Over: Foreign Affairs and the Media
  • Indian Energy Scenario
  • Terrorism in the Context of Maritime Security
  • Menace of Terrorism
  • Indo-Pak Relations: The Past and the Future
  • Global Financial Crisis and Impact on India
  • Dynamics of Turbulence in North East
  • Terrorism & Its Impact on India
  • Potential Growth Stars of the 21st Century - BRICs
  • The Indo-US Nuclear Deal in a Global Context
  • Right to Information Act
  • Issues of Governance
  • Life Science in Service of Soldier and Society