Young entrepreneurs should take note of the ongoing social and democratic revolutions in the country, according to noted historian, Ramachandra Guha.
In his address as chief guest at the 12th graduation ceremony of Indian School of Business (ISB) held here on Sunday, he said India was the ‘most interesting’ country in the world.
“This is because of the simultaneous happening of national, democratic, urban, industrial and social revolutions currently on.
"In no other country all these happened at one-go,’’ Guha, Philippe Roman Chair in History and International Affairs, London School of Economics, said.
Adi Godrej, Chairman, ISB asked the out-going students to channelise their energies to build a better society.
“Build enterprises and create jobs. The future of the country depends on quality of enterprises,” he said.
Ajit Rangnekar, Dean, ISB, said ISB was successful in executing one school — two campuses philosophy with the Mohali campus, for which the graduation ceremony was held yesterday, completing one year.
The placement process for both the campuses was still on and the outcome of it would be announced shortly, he added.
Later, certificates were presented to the 624 students who graduated.