<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Amity University organised a TEDx event themed as “Waves of Changes.”The independently produced event aimed at providing a unique platform for speakers to transfer their energy and experience, to listeners to inspire change.The “change makers” from across the country gathered at Amity University to share their ideas and stories while motivating a multitude of listeners.”The entire world is in flux and all the certainties are being re-shaped. She stressed that the changes are happening at various levels across the world which not only hold promise of better future but also a risk of catastrophe,” said Meera Shankar, former Indian Ambassador to the US and Non-Executive Director, ITC Limited, who was one of the speakers.Dwelling on the next level of change, Shankar cautioned that the looming crisis of global warming threatens the existence of human beings on the planet and shared that with growing awareness about the same globally, there has been a decline in fossil fuel economy and renewables have been coming up as viable options for the future.She remarked that the changes are occurring at a time when technology is crossing borders and stressed that the growth of new technology would lead to scraping of baseline jobs in IT, which requires less skills. She averred that in future the focus will be on education, skilling and re-training which will become a lifelong process.Other speakers for the event included Jagdish Chaturvedi, Director, Clinical Innovations, Nidhi Goyal, Disability Right and India’s first female disabled stand-up comedian, Parshwanath Upadhye, Indian classical dancer and ‘Natya Mayura’ Awardee, Jhankar Gadkari, Founder of Metahumin Consultancy among others.

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Amity University organises TEDx event