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Mahesh Tutorial Corporate Staff along with Teaching staff treated students of Class 9 to an inside view of MT Educare, the parent company, of the famous coaching class. Each department of the company explained their work to the students and how it contributes to the functioning of the company. Each department showcased their work with the help of illustrations and power point presentations. The aim of this interaction was to demonstrate how each department works and the responsibilities and functions of various levels of hierarchy in any company. The students interacted with various departments enthusiastically and left the office with a lot of valuable information.

The overall intent of the exercise was to help students understand how various professions and hierarchies work in a corporate environment. These are professions students have read about in their books and heard about in various conversations. Seeing the professional at work and understanding his role in an organization will help the students choose a career he or she wants wisely.

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