Social Impact at PMI
Ramam Atmakuri is a strategic and innovative thinker with deep insight and experience in building and managing businesses, forging long-term client relationships, and leading multicultural and multidisciplinary teams.
Dinu Raheja is an experienced school manager with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. She specializes in coaching, curriculum development, program development and event planning.
Inculcating leadership qualities alone in the youth is not sufficient. They also need to imbibe work-readiness. “To make our youth career, work and industry ready, we must bridge the gap between education and industry. We must strive to make our youth solution drivers,” asserted Ms. Raheja.
By repeating a problem, the problem does not resolve itself. Leaders need to step in and come up with solutions. And, therefore, although project management is a managerial process, it must be taught to the youth like a life skill.
PMI focuses on empowering people, especially changemakers, to make ideas a reality. “We promote project management as a profession and a life skill for the youth who are our changemakers and nation builders. And we focus on educating them at a young age so that they inculcate project management as a life skill,” said Mr. Atmakuri.
• Inculcate leadership qualities and career readiness in young people.
• Encourage them to become solution drivers.
• Make them understand sustainable development goals at a young age.