Sai Naga Mourya credits his extensive network and interning with his dream company to the relations he built during his time at Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management (VJIM), Hyderabad.
Starting his Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) at VJIM as a Marketing major, Mourya noticed that the classes he enjoyed the most were led by real-life examples from the business world. The opportunity to merge his studies with his love for motovlogs and travel came in the form of summer internship at Force Motors. The new role to provide vehicle demos, increase sales, conduct DTP (Driver Training Program), and promote Force Motors buses proved to be the right choice as it broadened Mourya’s horizons and expanded his business vision beyond what was learned.
P. SaiMourya says every aspect of his experience at Force Motors helped him prepare for his mission in Automotive industry. From approaching corporate schools, conducting promotional activities, to arranging demos for the potential clients using the knowledge acquired through Force Motors and VJIM’s classroom studies, Mourya did it all. “If it wasn’t VJIM’s extensive classroom training, assignments, personality development workshops, and on-ground training by Force Motors, I wouldn’t have had the confidence to approach countless corporate schools and build valuable customer relationships,” says P. Sai Naga Mourya.
Alongside his summer internship, Mourya began working on his final project on “The study of market potential for school buses” with specific reference to Force Motors. As a part of this project, Mourya was able to survey about the school’s existing bus fleets, service providers, arrange demos, and close the final deal by optimally utilizing the critical thinking skills that he developed as a Marketing student in VJIM.
“My experience at Force Motors along with VJIM’s training to transform ourselves from one level to another have made me a strong candidate to transition into a different role in the near future,” adds Mourya.
Mourya’s internship experience provided the exposure he sought and helped guide his thoughts about future internships and eventually career.