JAGSOM in the Media

Despite Covid challenges, IIM-Vizag achieves 100% final placements in virtual hiring

Beating the Covid-19 impact and the subsequent market slowdown this year, Indian Institute of Management-Visakhapatnam has successfully completed with 100% placements for the batch of 2019-21 for its flagship Post Graduate Programme (PGP), for the fifth consecutive year. The entire process was conducted in virtual mode due to the pandemic. The average salary for the batch is Rs 13.2 lakhs per annum. Held on a rolling basis, the placement season witnessed more than 100 companies participating in the process and making multiple offers with 72 new recruiters, offering roles across various domains, including consulting, BFSI, strategy, sales & marketing, HR, IT, and analytics.

Author : | Source : The Times of India | Date : 29th April, 2021.
Top 10 Companies In India To Work And Grow Your Career, According To LinkedIn

Are you looking for a career at one of these fast-growing businesses? A list of the top 25 best places to work in India to advance your career has been compiled by LinkedIn, a professional networking site. Switch on career notifications for a curated list of these companies to keep updated on new openings. The new LinkedIn approach is built on seven main pillars, each of which reveals an important aspect of career progression: capacity to advance, skill development, company stability, external opportunity, comp

Author : | Source : Good Returns | Date : 29th April, 2021.
Gender inequality in India's higher education sector

While the glass ceiling for women is difficult to shatter in the corporate sector, it’s even worse in the higher education in India. Less than 7 per cent of Vice-Chancellors in India are women. As diversity and inclusion become well-entrenched ideas in the global workspace, what can our higher education institutes (HEIs) do to catch-up on policies to ensure gender equity?

Author : | Source : The Hindu Business Line | Date : 28th April, 2021.
JAGSOM Rebranding off to a Promising Start; Admissions for flagship 2-Year PGDM close on April 30

IFIM Business School rebranded itself as Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM) on October 21, 2020 after getting the AACSB accreditation and breaking into the QS Global Masters Rankings 2021.

Author : | Source : MBAUniverse | Date : 28th April, 2021.
JAGSOM Featured In AACSB’s Prestigious Global List Of 24 Business Schools Creating Positive Societal Impact

Bengaluru: Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM, formerly known as IFIM Business School) has been recognised by AACSB International in ‘Innovation That Inspire Initiative’ 2021 for “Kanyathon” – a student-led experiential program of the institute designed to create social impact. AACSB International (AACSB), is a prestigious global non-profit organisation that provides quality assurance, business education intelligence, and learning and development services. The association is the world’s largest business education network with over 1,700 members and more than 840 accredited business schools worldwide.

Author : | Source : ANI | Date : 7th April, 2021.
How B-schools are evolving with changing needs?

Even when the world wasn’t in a state of crisis, B-schools frequently incorporated changes so that students are exposed to salient examples of business problems. A practice that has continued throughout. The onslaught of COVID-19 simply accelerated it. In no time, B-schools restructured to build an ecosystem of virtual teaching and learning. Leveraging technology, classes were moved from face-to-face to an online mode. With teaching and learning taking place digitally, the new priority has been to facilitate a digital infrastructure with high-speed internet to conduct online training for students and faculty. The faculty and students are trained proactively via online platforms such as Google CLASS, Google Meet, Zoom, Cisco Webex, and several others. A Standard Operating Procedure on how to conduct classes was chalked that is reviewed, updated, and circulated from time to time.

Author : | Source : The Times of India | Date : 6th April, 2021.
Business Schools: MBA admissions no longer CAT-centric

MBA college entrance exams such as MAT (Management Aptitude Test) and CMAT (Common Management Admission Test) are gaining popularity across India, in addition to CAT (Common Admission Test), according to the survey ‘MBA Outlook 2021’ by career and college selection website Shiksha.com (part of Info Edge).

Author : | Source : Financial Express | Date : 5th April, 2021.
Guide to choose the right B-school for your future

Life is a matter of choices, and every choice you make makes you” - John C. Maxwell. Rightly pointed out in the quote above that the choices we make lead to paving our way towards our future. And making choices is not a handful of work when it comes to academic and professional ones. On ascertaining the destination to be MBA, the path to find the right B-school is not a cakewalk; there are mountains of suggestions and valleys of analysis to be done as one strides through. It is like choosing the right product in the market, which meets your needs and is the best one amongst the options that you have.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 1st April, 2021.
After US, India is desis’ top pick for B-schools

Even as the US is the preferred destination for Indian management aspirants, desi students are more likely to consider a business school closer home (21%) due to the pandemic than consider online learning (5%).

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 1st April, 2021.
Indian Education System Needs An Overhaul

The Indian education system has evolved and grown rapidly in the last decade giving rise to a number of technical and management colleges where students have multiple options to choose from. However, we need to see if the present Indian education system is churning out a skill set that society needs for its value addition or simply creating toothless tigers who would be rendered useless without the skill sets of the future.

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 31st March, 2021.
Placement season: How this B-School is carving a bright future for its students

It’s raining offers across Jaipuria Institute of Management (Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur, Indore) this year. With over 700 students already placed in some of the best companies, the institute has witnessed a full-blown recruitment season. The industry-oriented PGDM programs at Jaipuria have been recognised by AIU as equivalent to an MBA. With 26 years of legacy and a range of ranking and accreditations in its kitty, it’s not a surprise that Jaipuria has managed to come out of the unprecedented global crisis that has had an adverse impact on the education sector otherwise.

Author : | Source : Citizen Matters | Date : 28th March, 2021.
The Indian higher education conundrum: A case for digitalization

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Thursday said many Indian students who had gone abroad for studies have returned due to the COVID-19 pandemic and now want to continue education in the country only, crediting the New Education Policy for their choice.

Author : | Source : Forbes | Date : 26th March, 2021.
MBA Placements 2021 Report: Top 15+ B-schools complete 100% Placements with modest salary increase; ISB Salary grows fastest

To help MBA aspirants take the correct admission decision, MBAUnivese.com presents the MBA Placements 2021 Reports from India’s Top B-schools. IIMs and other leading Business schools in India have registered a modest 2-5% increase in average salary packages.

Author : | Source : MBAUniverse | Date : 24th March, 2021.
Management Education Can Become More Specialized By Adding 'Know How' To 'Know Why': Dr Jagdish Sheth, Chairman, JAGSOM

Charles H Kellstadt Professor of Business in the Goizueta Business School at Emory University - Prof Jagdish Sheth is a globally renowned academician known for his scholarly contributions in marketing, competitive strategy and geopolitical analysis. He has over 50 years of combined experience in teaching and research at the University of Southern California, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Columbia University, MIT and Emory University. Dr Sheth has also been an advisor to numerous companies including Whirlpool, Motorola, AT&T, WIPRO, Aditya Birla Group, E&Y, Hughes Corporation and others.

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 24th March, 2021.
Inclusivity in higher education will be key to achieve 50% GER by 2035

2020 was a landmark year for Indian education as the National Education Policy received approval and paved the way for major reforms in the sector. A key target for the entire industry was set -- to increase the Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in Indian schools and colleges from 27.4 percent to over 50 percent by 2035. A large part of this will be pushed by the increasing acceptance of Ed-Tech firms that are providing online education in India.

Author : | Source : The Morung Express | Date : 23rd March, 2021.
SkillingIndia Launches ‘YourSkillDost’, A Holistic Career Development Skilling Program

With significantly increasing focus on specialised skills needed for career and job success in a VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex & Ambiguous) world amidst a growing competition from day zero of any job, a lot of confusion is in the minds of students about their career goals and the required skills that can help them to achieve those.

Author : | Source : India Education Diary | Date : 22nd March, 2021.
Why the placement cell is central to a B-school student’s career

A is an engineer by training, a film-maker by passion and a management student by choice. “I have a history of taking big decisions I was not sure of,” he says. That wasn’t the case when he decided to pursue an MBA (master of business administration). He was sure of it months into his first job as an associate at a consulting firm in Pune.

Author : | Source : Mint Lounge | Date : 21st March, 2021.
Is Emerging Technology Redefining Management Education?

School of Business, Woxsen University - a name reckoning in the B-School world has surely enough achieved a tangible difference in the society and educational space. Through the innate values and culture, Woxsen has stayed relevant and successful in the dynamic business ecosystem. Awarded All India Rank-4 in Top Private University Category and All India Rank-14 in Top 100 B-School by Times B-School Ranking 2021, Rank-4 in Top Management Institutes under the private category, South by BW Businessworld and All India Rank-16 Top Private B-Schools, by BW Businessworld.

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 17th March, 2021.
MBA Placements 2021: Consulting, Tech, BFSI firms make big hires from Top B-schools despite Covid

To help MBA aspirants take the correct admission decision, MBAUnivese.com presents the MBA Placements 2021 Reports from India’s Top B-schools. IIMs and other top Business schools in India have registered strong placements this year with modest rise in salary packages despite the economy being affected badly due to the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns. Consulting, Technology and BFSI sector companies have hired largest number of MBAs from IIMs, FMS, SPJIMR and other top B-schools. As most of the top 20 B-schools have already completed their placements, Placement Trends in Tier 2 B-schools are also looking up. We will be frequently updating this page.

Author : | Source : MBAUniverse | Date : 17th March, 2021.
Is Emerging Technology Redefining Management Education?

School of Business, Woxsen University - a name reckoning in the B-School world has surely enough achieved a tangible difference in the society and educational space. Through the innate values and culture, Woxsen has stayed relevant and successful in the dynamic business ecosystem. Awarded All India Rank-4 in Top Private University Category and All India Rank-14 in Top 100 B-School by Times B-School Ranking 2021, Rank-4 in Top Management Institutes under the private category, South by BW Businessworld and All India Rank-16 Top Private B-Schools, by BW Businessworld. Woxsen is also conferred with prestigious memberships by the two largest and most revered global accreditation bodies in business education - AACSB (USA) and AMBA (UK).

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 17th March, 2021.
Future of Jobs: Is the MBA regime nearing its end?

I hire people in spite of an MBA, not because of one”. That is Elon Musk participating in an online conference organized by Wall Street Journal. Adding insult to injury, Musk blamed the present condition of American corporates on “too many MBAs running companies.

Author : | Source : Citizen Matters | Date : 16th March, 2021.
Skill reforms 2021: From more job-guaranteed courses to developing entrepreneurship skills

At a time when the spotlight is completely on building India Aatmanirbhar, the youth of the country needs skill that makes them self-confident, self-reliant and also future ready. Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led new education policy has been prepared keeping in mind the current needs of the education system. Our PM has recently emphasized that the second biggest focus after health in this year's budget is on education, skill, research and innovation. The higher education scenario is no doubt going through an exciting phase with the onset of new education policy and technological advancements.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 15th March, 2021.
Indian students now matching global standards because of NEP 2020: Om Birla

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla on Thursday said many Indian students who had gone abroad for studies have returned due to the COVID-19 pandemic and now want to continue education in the country only, crediting the New Education Policy for their choice.

Author : | Source : Hindustan Times | Date : 11th March, 2021.
MBA Placement report card: Consulting jobs dominate 2021 hiring at business schools

The salary of fresh graduates rose 10-15 percent to an average of Rs 19 lakh in the domestic category, but toppers got 1-2 job offers, down from 3-4 last year, signalling cautious optimism after the economic downturn

Author : | Source : Money Control | Date : 10 March, 2021.
Students of JAGSOM and IFIM Institutions Contribute 18 Lacs to 'Empower Women and Save the Girl Child'

Students of JAGSOM and IFIM Institutions Contribute 18 Lacs to 'Empower Women and Save the Girl Child'

Author : | Source : ANI | Date : 9th March, 2021.
Future careers 2021: Sales and Marketing Communication

Did you know that when a company’s marketing communication is aligned, they can generate 209% more value from content? In the digital age, when micro-targeting and retargeting is very much the need of the day, this is huge. This means that used correctly, sales and marketing communication (SMC) can change how companies and consumers connect. In fact, studies show that unified communication helps an organization close deals by 67%. Which means that SMC can change the fortunes of a company.

Author : | Source : Times of India | Date : 3rd March, 2021.
Covid Difficulties: Raising funds for women

IFIM Institutions students raised a fund of Rs 18 Lakhs for women affected due to Covid-19.

Author : | Source : Udayavani | Date : 10th March, 2021.
Higher Education Trends To Watch Out In 2021

The year 2020 was a breakthrough in all the aspects of human life – social, political, economic and educational. The education sector has undergone a number of changes, some forced, some embraced over the last year, and will continue to have an effect on the sector for some time to come. Online learning introduced many new paradigms in education like virtual classrooms, learning anytime, personalized learning at one’s own pace and speed, remote examinations and admissions and many others some of which are here to stay.

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 3rd March, 2021.
Urban jobless rate falls below 7% for the first time in 2 years

The demand for workers has snapped back faster than many economists expected, with India’s urban unemployment rate dropping below 7% in February, the lowest in more than two years.

Author : | Source : Mint | Date : 2nd March, 2021.
National Education Policy to transform the way we educate our children: Piyush Goyal

National Education Policy (NEP) will transform the way we educate our children, Union minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday. If we focus on personality development, teach responsibility & moral sciences, prepare them to become better citizens, and inculcate a spirit of nationalism & develop a reading habit, it will redefine the way we educate our children, Goyal said. He was speaking at the FICCI Higher Education Summit.

Author : | Source : Mint | Date : 1st March, 2021.
How management curriculum is becoming more industry orientated

It is lamented in the Indian as well as in the Western higher education sectors that Business School education is lacking in industry relevance. It has been blamed that B-schools are using an outdated curriculum, having less focus on skill-building, unable to establish 'industry connect' and failing to impact graduate attributes that are valued by today's employers such as problem-solving and decision-making skills, leadership, work effectively as a team member, intrapreneurship, and the ability to grasp and manage complexity and dynamics in organizations and in the profession.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 1st March, 2021.
Covid-19 vaccine: How ready is India’s supply chain?

As India starts the second phase of its Covid-19 vaccine deployment, the question on the viability of its supply chain network, and its cold storage capability, has become more pertinent than ever

Author : | Source : | Date : 1st March, 2021.
IFIM Law School announces the commencement of LLB Programs

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], February 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): IFIM Law School, the 15th Best Law School (Careers 360:2020), announces the commencement of admissions for its 2021-2022 academic year. First round of admissions closes on 31st March 2021. Affiliated to KSLU and recognized by the Bar Council of India, IFIM Law School offers courses like BBA. LLB (the 5-year integrated course) and LLB (the 3-Year course). Students from any stream are welcome.

Author : | Source : PTI | Date : 23rd February, 2021.
Explained: How to transform higher education through technology

With the combination of theory and practical, higher education worldwide faced tremendous challenges in identifying the best delivery method to achieve the defined learning objective and outcome. Consequently, many universities adopted different modes and tools to transform into their teaching, including laboratory workshops into an online, blended delivery method.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 22nd February, 2021.
MBAs not employable’: Academicians demand curriculum overhaul

The MBAs were once useful for the network they provided a student, but that is now available on the internet. Outdated curricula and limited emphasis on pedagogical training, especially in the tier-II management colleges is making many question the relevance of an MBA

Author : | Source : The Indian Express | Date : 23rd February, 2021.
JAGSOM aims to be a global B-school; we have the mindset, resources and strategy

Last year, in a first of its kind development, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Prof Jagdish Sheth accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the ‘Jagdish Sheth School of Management’.

Author : | Source : MBAUniverse | Date : 22nd February, 2021.
Pandemic-driven trends set to change key aspects of India’s job market

Whether you are an entrant in the job market or a recently laid-off professional looking for a mid-senior position, your next career move is likely to be shaped by aspects that were not relevant before the pandemic struck. According to experts, employers have started gauging productivity and employability through new parameters that may impact your income and job prospects.

Author : | Source : The New Indian Express | Date : 15th February, 2021.
Making of a Global Business School, Padma Bhushan Prof Jagdish Sheth sheds light on the future of Management Studies

Jagdish Seth School of Management (JAGSOM, formerly IFIM Business School) during the Founder’s Day celebration shared the vision of Shri. V. Padode, the founder, at an online colloquium, co-organized by MBA Universe. The Director, Dr Atish Chattopadhyay, shared the founder’s vision which was to give back to the nation and connecting India to the outside world through education, in the context of then liberalizing India.

Author : | Source : The Times of India | Date : 17th February, 2021.
The reason we exist is our students

A great business school is the one that is known for its thought leadership, and its ability to assist students to realise their full potential, says Prof Anju Seth, director, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. She is only the second woman to lead an IIM (after Prof Neelu Rohmetra, director of IIM Sirmaur). In an interview with FE’s Vikram Chaudhary, she shares how IIM Calcutta supported students during the lockdown, how it is building its international presence, and what qualities does a woman leader bring to the table, be it an institute or a country

Author : | Source : Financial Express | Date : 15th February, 2021.
Why do many managers just survive while meant to thrive?

In recent years we have seen many financial crises, leadership failures so often in major corporates, with some really controversial decisions as in ICICI Bank, or maybe cases like Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch etc. Below par behavior of managers are not rare exceptions but not as prominent as the above cases. Now there come the questions that why even such experienced managers behave way below their expectations? What could lead seemingly brilliant executives to make such poor decisions?

Author : | Source : People Matters | Date : 12th February, 2021.
Budget FY22 & Education: Missed opportunities

Indian Union Budget 2021-22: FM Nirmala Sitharaman did not disappoint the nation while presenting the Budget. She took advantage of palpable sentiments, applied precision and prudence to create her Budget. Under these challenging circumstances, the people wished the government would exhibit grit and build hope. Taking the infrastructure route, FM signalled growth, employment and economic reconstruction

Author : | Source : Finacial Express | Date : 12th February, 2021.
Explained - Why are top business leaders betting big on education institutes?

Experts believe that big names like Mahindra, Birla or a Nadar for educational institutions are a win-win situation for both the candidates who are joining, as well as for the industrialists. Ashwin Kamath, an education consultant in Delhi, said that industrialists could access skilled quality-talent at entry level from these institutes once the students pass out from the first batch. We could see students from these institutes becoming a future talent pool for these industrialists. While it is not a certainty that all students will be absorbed into these business houses, it is certain that some top performers will get a job with these corporates, he added. Especially when it comes to HCL Technologies' founder, Shiv Nadar, who has set up schools and universities through their non-profit venture, Shiv Nadar Foundation, and who believes in keeping holistic education as his key area of focus.

Author : | Source : Money Control | Date : 12th February, 2021.
Karnataka to create 1 million jobs in IT and related sector by 2025

Mission (KDEM) will create ten lakh jobs by 2025 in the state as it will attract more investments in the information technology sector, Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Dr C N Ashwath Narayan said on Tuesday. The KDEM will create ten lakh jobs by 2025 and will help Karnataka to reach the goal of USD 150 Billion in IT exports and also to become a USD 300 Billion Economy by 2025, Narayan, who holds the electronic and the IT-BT portfolio, said.

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 9th February, 2021.
Marketing B-schools to millennials: Challenges and opportunities

The concept of ‘marketing’ does not go well with the place called a school, no matter what kind. After all, what should a hardcore commercial function have to do with something as noble as teaching and learning?

Author : | Source : Hindu Business Line | Date : 3rd February, 2021.
Budget 2021 Not Enough To Boost Employment: Experts

The 34% rise in capital expenditure promised in the 2021-22 budget--from Rs 4.12 lakh crore ($56 billion) in 2020-21 to Rs 5.54 lakh crore ($76 billion)--may not do much to resolve the employment crisis caused by the pandemic-led lockdown, our analysis shows. The push for big, long-gestation infrastructure projects is good but may not result in many jobs, economists say, and the budget merely reiterates the provisions of the labour codes passed in 2019 and 2020 by Parliament on social security and universal minimum wages.

Author : | Source : India Spend | Date : 3rd February, 2021.
Education Sector's Reaction On Union Budget 2021-22

Prof Mahadeo Jaiswal, Director, IIM Sambalpur: From Education standpoint, as was predicted, this Budget has also stressed upon the implementation of NEP 2020 with the setting up of new educational institutions across the country, in the remote corners and focusing on strengthening the quality of education in existing schools. The setting up of the Higher Education Commission will also add a structural reform and streamline the higher education scenario of the country. Allocation of funds towards upskilling of the youth was imperative. As Hon’ble Finance Minister rightly mentioned, channelization of the skill of our youth is of utmost importance which can fillip our economic development.

Author : | Source : Business World Education | Date : 2nd February, 2021.
Emphasis on research a welcome move, says education fraternity

Sanjay Padode, President, Vijaybhoomi University, I have never seen a Budget as focussed as this on quality of education. Mention of the establishment of teaching standards, toy-based learning, and weaning away rote learning by altering assessment patterns, and adding monies to the National apprenticeship scheme are long-term initiatives, which will enhance the employability of our graduating students.

Author : | Source : The Hindu Business Line | Date : 1st February, 2021.
JAGSoM (formerly IFIM) opens Admissions 2021 for Bangalore Campus: Achieves 100% Placements 2021; Check revised Fee, Scholarship, Deadlines

After announcing 100% Placements 2021 much ahead of almost all Top 25 B-schools, Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSoM) has opened the PGDM Admission 2021 for its Bangalore campus. Amongst the first 6 B-Schools in India to be awarded prestigious AACSB accreditation, JAGSoM has also announced revised fee structure with more than 100 scholarships. Check revised fee, scholarship, placements, and complete admissions 2021 details

Author : | Source : | Date : 2nd February, 2021.
Govt's Co-WIN app to track both Covid-19 vaccine and its recipients

In Steven Soderbergh’s 2011 film Contagion, people wore bar-coded wristbands to show they had been inoculated against a deadly virus that killed millions of people worldwide. Today, as countries vaccinate their citizens against the coronavirus, a similar scenario is becoming a reality.

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 24th January, 2021.
NEP 2020: How can India become center for public policy education in next five years?

India is a desirable destination in the Global Higher Education space. Our demographic dividend will allow us to have the highest population of young people globally over the next decade. We need to reset our higher education offerings that will be in sync with our nation's emerging needs and our region and the world.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 24th January, 2021.
Dealing with career dilemmas

The Centre for All-India Competitive Examination on the Khalsa College campus commenced its first batch of offline classes recently. The first such coaching centre established by an educational institution in the city, it will offer coaching and training to the students aspiring to compete for various all India services exams, including civil services (IAS, IPS, IFS and PCS), defence, banking and other sectors. It will offer multiple programmes to aspirants with extensive training and mentoring.

Author : | Source : The Hindu Business Line | Date : 24th January, 2021.
Brands Must Rely On Real Actions, Not Just Advts, To Regain Customers' Trust: Marketing Experts At GLIM's Management Conclave

As the economy moves towards post-pandemic recovery, customers are tending to choose brands that they trust more than others. It is imperative that the focus of brands, now more than ever, should be on earning the trust of customers through real-world actions instead of just advertisements. This was said by some of India's prominent marketing gurus participating at Sapience 2020-21, the Annual Management Conclave of the Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon, held in January 2021.

Author : | Source : BW Business World | Date : 22nd January, 2021.
What influences brand-buying decisions

Since Sourav Ganguly had to unfortunately go into a hospital for a suspected heart condition, memes are drowning the internet on an apparent paradox — Fortune Rice Bran oil as a brand has been making a very unambiguous promise — being good for your health, just like its competitor - Saffola. And here, its brand ambassador has had to be admitted due to a heart issue.

Author : | Source : The Hindu Business Line | Date : 21st January, 2021.
India, Japan sign agreement to give skilled Indian workers access to Japanese job market

India and Japan on Monday signed an agreement to boost the mobility of skilled Indian workers in 14 fields, including nursing, industrial machinery, shipbuilding, aviation, agriculture and the food services industry.

Author : | Source : Hindustan Times | Date : 18th January, 2021.
A new vision for legal education in India

Legal education and law schools are the foundation whose quality, workmanship and solidity determine the beauty, longevity and functional utility of the superstructure of law. But, in India, only a few dynamic and outstanding law schools remain islands of excellence amid a sea of institutionalised mediocrity.

Author : | Source : The Times of India | Date : 18th January, 2021.
Boiling point jobs in 2020

Today, there are 111 Boiling Points throughout Russia, including the space for collective work “Boiling Point – Petrozavodsk”, opened in 2017 on the basis of PetrSU. For 3.5 years of the center’s activity, over 1000 events of various formats have been organized. These are numerous trainings, webinars, seminars, round tables, foresight sessions, hackathons, business games, dictations, forums, festivals, etc.

Author : | Source : Indian Education Diary | Date : 18th January, 2021.
Byju's to pay $1 billion for Blackstone-backed Aakash Educational Services

India’s biggest online-education startup Byju’s has signed a deal to acquire brick & mortar test prep leader Aakash Educational Services Ltd. for $1 billion, according to a person with knowledge of the talks.

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 13th January, 2021.
Pandemic witnessed a surge in demand for government jobs

The Centre for All-India Competitive Examination on the Khalsa College campus commenced its first batch of offline classes recently. The first such coaching centre established by an educational institution in the city, it will offer coaching and training to the students aspiring to compete for various all India services exams, including civil services (IAS, IPS, IFS and PCS), defence, banking and other sectors. It will offer multiple programmes to aspirants with extensive training and mentoring.

Author : | Source : The Tribune | Date : 11th January, 2021.
Pandemic is an opportunity to reimagine schools as places for community learning

The critique of school as an institution has developed and grown in the past half a century. Education theorist Everett Reimer wrote School is Dead in the 1960s. Danger School, a classic published by Brazilian educator Paulo Freire’s group in the late 1970s, captured through scathing cartoons the harm which schools inflict on our children. Most schools are caged jails, where an alien curriculum designed by some “experts” is thrust down a child’s gullet.

Author : | Source : The Indian Express | Date : 11th January, 2021.
JAGSOM - 100% placement for PGDM graduating batch

Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM), or formerly known as IFIM Business School, has successfully completed the campus placements of Post Graduate Diploma Programme (PGDM), securing 100% placements for its graduating batch of May 2021.

Author : | Source : Careers360 | Date : 7th January, 2021.
Explained: Why India’s unemployment rate is rising sharply despite economic recovery

India's unemployment rate rose sharply in December 2020 and touched a six-month high. The fact that the unemployment rate has been rising since September 2020 despite faster recovery has raised concerns

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 5th January, 2021.
Rebooting Service Sector for real Atmanirbhar Bharat

The rise in digital economy; a large pool of skilled manpower and rapidly increasing work force migrating from agriculture and other sectors to services; young population make it a perfect setting to catapult India into being a global service destination.

Author : | Source : BW BusinessWorld | Date : 5th January, 2021.
Life sciences top draw for talent, finds TOI-Executive Access survey

For the first time perhaps, life sciences has emerged as the most preferred sector that is predicted to attract talent, ahead of IT and FMCG, this year.

Author : | Source : The Times Of India | Date : 4th January, 2021.
MBA or hands-on experience—what works better in a startup?

A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is perhaps the only generalist business management degree that continues to enjoy popularity even after 100 years of its existence. According to the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), in 2018-19, the intake for MBA programmes in India was 3,72,579 students and India has seen a rise in MBA applicants across the world.

Author : | Source : Money Control | Date : 4th January, 2021.
Jagdish Sheth School of Management claims 100% placements for its students

Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM, formerly known as IFIM Business School) with AICTE, NBA and AACSB accreditation has successfully completed the campus placements of Post Graduate Diploma Programme (PGDM), securing 100% placements for its graduating batch of May 2021

Author : | Source : The Hans India | Date : 2nd January, 2021.
A tool to benchmark quality

According to recent media reports, the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are opting out of the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2021. Only two Indian universities feature among the world’s best 400 universities at a time when the National Education Policy 2020 seeks to transform India into a global knowledge superpower.

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 2nd January, 2021.
JAGSOM to Host International Conference on Service Excellence “Convergence 2020”

Jagdish Sheth School of Management (formerly known as IFIM Business School), the leading management school with AICTE, NBA and AACSB accreditation has recently been ranked in global QS World University Rankings is organising “Convergence 2020”.

Author : | Source : India EducationDiary | Date : 18th December, 2020.
Young pros need to join corporate world with an open mind and learn the basics

Tharun Shastry, Category Marketing Manager, Flipkart, and an alumnus of Jagdish Sheth School of Management (formerly known as IFIM Business School), Bengaluru, graduated in 2016, followed up his bachelor’s degree in business management, with an MBA as well. Here he talks about how his UG degree and MBA played a significant role in his life

Author : | Source : | Date : 27th November, 2020.
IFIM Business School Renamed After Academician-Professor Jagdish Sheth

The Institute of Finance and International Management School in Bangalore has been renamed as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management.

Author : | Source : | Date : 26th November, 2020.
JKLU felicitates Padma Bhushan recipient Jagdish Sheth

In order to pay tribute to the management guru and Padma Shri awardee Dr Pritam Singh on his birth anniversary, November 19, JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU), Jaipur, held its maiden edition of the Management Guru Day. The virtual event remembered the immense contribution of Dr Singh as a Board Member right from the inception of the university and also felicitated renowned scholar, internationally-acclaimed thought leader, and Padma Bhushan awardee Dr Jagdish Sheth for his exemplary achievements.

Author : | Source : | Date : 23rd November, 2020.
Our Rebranding Aims To Demonstrate Why We Are Globally Ranked Says Sanjay Padode, JAGSOM Chairman

Sanjay Padode,Chairman, Jagdish Sheth School of Management discussed the institute’s rebranding, how it aligns with future goals and the achievements during their 25-year journey

Author : | Source : | Date : 28th October, 2020.
Jagdish Sheth School of Management: IFIM B-school has a new name

Renamed after global thinker and Padma Bhushan awardee Prof Jagdish Sheth. While most B-schools globally are named after their benefactors, founders, royalty, politicians or even religious institutions, very few have been named after top academicians. The most famous such school is the Drucker School of Management, US.

Author : | Source : Financial Express | Date : 26th October, 2020.
Jagdish Sheth’s roadmap to globalising management education

To have IFIM named after me is an honour similar to the Padma Bhushan. JAGS is my nickname and to call the B-school JAGSOM is highly-creative and a smart move,” says Jagdish Sheth, a globally-renowned scholar with over 50 years of combined experience in teaching and research in many renowned universities across the world

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
IFIM Business School turns into Jagdish Sheth School of Management

IFIM Business School, Bangalore has been renamed Jagdish Sheth School of Management, or JAGSOM to honour the award-winning academic, Jagdish Sheth

Author : | Source : CAREERS360 | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
IFIM Enterprise College Renamed As Jagdish Sheth College Of…

IFIM Enterprise College, Bangalore has been renamed Jagdish Sheth College of Administration (JAGSOM) in honour of Padma Bhushan awardee, Professor Jagdish Sheth, recognized for his scholarly contributions within the areas akin to geopolitical evaluation, aggressive technique, shopper behaviour and relationship advertising.

Author : | Source : The News | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
Padma Bhushan Awardee Jagdish Sheth accepts to rename IFIM B School as Jagdish Sheth School of Management

The following press release comes to you under an arrangement with Business Wire India. PTI takes no editorial responsibility for the same.) Bengaluru, Karnataka, India – Business Wire India In an unprecedented development that will propel Indian management education globally, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr Jagdish Sheth has accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM)

Author : | Source : Outlook | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
IFIM Business School Renamed As Jagdish Sheth School Of Management

IFIM Business School, Bangalore has been renamed Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM) in honour of Padma Bhushan awardee, Professor Jagdish Sheth.

Author : | Source : NDTV EDUCATION | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
Padma Bhushan Awardee Jagdish Sheth accepts to rename IFIM B School as Jagdish Sheth School of Management

In an unprecedented development that will propel Indian management education globally, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr Jagdish Sheth has accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM).

Author : | Source : THE WEEK | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
Padma Bhushan Awardee Jagdish Sheth Accepts To Rename IFIM B School As Jagdish Sheth School Of Management

In an unprecedented development that will propel Indian management education globally, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr Jagdish Sheth has accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM)

Author : | Source : BW BUSINESSWORLD | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
Padma Bhushan Awardee Jagdish Sheth accepts to rename IFIM B School as Jagdish Sheth School of Management

In an unprecedented development that will propel Indian management education globally, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr Jagdish Sheth has accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM).

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 22nd October, 2020.
Global Thinker Prof Jagdish Sheth accepts to rename IFIM Business School as ‘Jagdish Sheth School of Management’ – MBAUniverse.com Breaking News

In an unprecedented development that will propel Indian management education globally, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Prof Jagdish Sheth has accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the ‘Jagdish Sheth School of Management’. Prof Sheth accepted the request of present Chairman and noted business leader Shri Sanjay Padode to rename the School after the living legend.

Author : | Source : MBA Universe | Date : 21st October, 2020.
Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Prof Jagdish Sheth accepts to rename IFIM Business School as ‘Jagdish Sheth School of Management’

In an unprecedented development that will propel Indian management education globally, Global Thinker & Padma Bhushan Awardee Dr Jagdish Sheth has accepted to rename IFIM Business School Bangalore in his name as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM)

Author : | Source : India EducationDiary | Date : 21st October, 2020.
IFIM Business School Bangalore rebranded as Jagdish Sheth School of Management

IFIM Business School Bangalore — which is well known for its employability-oriented curriculum and strong industry-interface — has been rebranded as the Jagdish Sheth School of Management (JAGSOM), with the approval of the global thinker, renowned academic and Padma Bhushan Awardee, Dr Jagdish Sheth, after whom it has been named

Author : | Source : HRKatha | Date : 21st October, 2020.
IFIM Business School Becomes the Only Business School from India to Break Into QS Global Masters in Marketing & Masters in Finance Rankings 2021

IFIM Business School, Bangalore has added another feather to its cap. After being one of the first six institutes across the country to receive AACSB accreditation, the business school now makes its place in the QS Masters in Marketing ranking by breaking into the 51+ band globally for its PGDM program. Besides Masters in Marketing, the institute has also been placed in 101+ band globally in the QS Masters in Finance Rankings for its PGDM Finance Program

Author : | Source : | Date : 30th September, 2020.
Masters in Management: IFIM Bangalore Ranked amongst Top 100 Global B-schools in QS MIM Ranking 2021

IFIM Business School Bangalore, one of the first six business schools in India to be accredited by AACSB, has achieved yet another distinction. IFIM has been ranked by QS Masters in Marketing Ranking 2021 amongst the Top 100 such programs (in 51-100 band) in the world for its PGDM Marketing program. Additionally, IFIM has been ranked in the 101-150 Band Globally in the QS Masters in Finance Rankings for its PGDM Finance Program

Author : | Source : | Date : 25th September, 2020.
IFIM ranked among 51 best globally for PGDM Finance programme

IFIM Business School, one of the first six business schools in India to be accredited by AACSB, has broken into the 51+ band globally in the QS Masters in Marketing Ranking for its PGDM Marketing Programme. The B-School has also made it into the 101+ band globally in the QS Masters in Finance Rankings for its PGDM Finance Programme

Author : | Source : | Date : 25th September, 2020.
QS Business Masters Rankings 2021: 12 Indian master’s programmes feature in the list

The QS Quacquarelli Symonds has released Business Masters Rankings 2021 today. There are twelve Indian master’s programs featured in the series of business master’s rankings, four more than last year.

Author : | Source : Education Times | Date : 24th September, 2020.
IFIM B-school ranks among QS Global Masters in Marketing & Masters in Finance Rankings 2021

IFIM Business School, one of the first six business schools in India to be accredited by AACSB, breaks into 51+ Band Globally in the QS Masters in Marketing Ranking for its PGDM Marketing Program. IFIM Business School also breaks into the 101+ Band Globally in the QS Masters in Finance Rankings for its PGDM Finance Program.

Author : | Source : EducationWorld | Date : 24th September, 2020.
IFIM Business School Opens Admissions for Specialized Programs in Marketing & Finance (PGDM SpecX)

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru has opened admissions for its newly introduced program called PGDM SpecX, designed for students who wish to completely focus on Marketing and Finance areas for their careers.

Author : | Source : GETMYUNI | Date : 21st September, 2020.
How Corporates And Business Schools Can Innovate To Empower Early Talent

The impact of the pandemic on the early talent and professionals. It highlights the progressive approach taken by business schools around the world to ensure that at every stage there is minimum disruption in the program schedules, least impact on desired learner success, and great learner experience.

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 16th September, 2020.
Subhash Kamath named ASCI chairman

On Thursday, Subhash Kamath, chief executive officer at BBH and Publicis Worldwide, India, was unanimously elected chairman of the board of governors of the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI).

Author : | Source : Financial Express | Date : 11th September, 2020.
The imminent rise of BBA can challenge the MBA

India boasts of more than 3,300 odd institutions offering an MBA with a sanctioned intake of four lakh plus, which is the highest globally. Why has MBA thrived in India? What has been the performance of these programmes?

Author : | Source : BusinessLine On Campus | Date : 10th September, 2020.
IFIM Business School Opens Admissions for Specialized Programs in Marketing & Finance (PGDM SpecX) Recognized by AICTE

IFIM Business School, an AACSB accredited B-school, one of the first six in India to receive it, has launched India's first Masters (PGDM) in Marketing and Finance to harness the opportunities expected to drive the business of tomorrow

Author : | Source : MBAUniverse | Date : 7th September, 2020.
Period leave: will it end India’s taboo or will employers object?

The decision by delivery company Zomato to introduce 10 days of annual period leave to all staff has attracted a mixed response in India, a country where it is taboo to discuss menstruation and other women’s health issues.

Author : | Source : This Week In Asia | Date : 6th September, 2020.
National Education Policy 2020: A Milestone, Institution Heads Give Full Marks

The NEP 2020 is a milestone in the educational ecosystem in India. It is being perceived as a holistic, comprehensive and transformative policy response to the problems that have prevailed in the pattern of education in India

Author : | Source : BWEDUCATION | Date : 4th September, 2020.
IFIM Bangalore launches PGDM Finance with Specialisations targeted towards fast growing roles in Banking, Capital Markets and Certified Market Technician

PGDM Finance at IFIM is a two-year full-time specialized programme in management and is specially designed for students interested in focusing on a specialized management domain to build their career.

Author : | Source : MBAUniverse | Date : 1st September, 2020.
IFIM Business School successfully concludes final placement through unique Industry Internship Program

IFIM Business School, among India’s top AACSB-accredited Business Schools, based in Bengaluru, has set a new benchmark by converting 62% of their industry internship projects into final placement, way above the industry benchmark across B Schools in India in spite of the wide spread pandemic

Author : | Source : EducationDiary | Date : 27th August, 2020.
IFIM leverages long industry internships for placements

IFIM Business School, an AACSB-accredited b-school based in Bengaluru, has converted 62 per cent of its industry internship projects into final placement. . Integrated into the curriculum of the PGDM programme, the industry internship model enables students with full-time employment by the end of the course. The B-school had successfully completed 100 per cent placements before the placement cycle in top companies like Schneider Electric, Arcesium, Cushman & Wakefield, Square Yards, Deloitte, TCS, FedEx, Oracle and many others, says a press release.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 25th August, 2020.
Indian universities observe dip in foreign applications

The pandemic has drastically impacted the plans of Indian students who wanted to pursue higher education from foreign institutes in the upcoming academic year. Similarly, there has been a considerable decline in the number of foreign applicants who would apply to various Indian universities.

Author : | Source : Education Times | Date : 3rd August, 2020.
Three-language formula: No language to be imposed on any state, assures HRD Ministry

The HRD Ministry has assured in a tweet that no language would be imposed on any state as part of the three-language policy for education.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 1st August, 2020.
Industry veterans praise NEP 2020 as it aligns with future of education

In keeping with the foundational philosophy of flexibility, NEP 2020 proposes a multi-disciplinary higher education framework with portable credits, and multiple exits with certificates, diplomas and degrees. It aims to reach the target of 50 per cent in GER by 2035. The role of our colleges in attaining the GER target is recognised by empowering them as autonomous degree-granting institutions and gradually phasing out the idea of affiliated college. The huge potential of online pedagogy and learning methodologies is sought to be tapped extensively to attain the GER target.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 31st July, 2020.
How B-schools can fuel the start-up ecosystem post Covid-19

Ron Dermer, Former Adviser to four Israeli Ministers of Finance, said, “Reform happens when you change the policy of the government; a revolution happens when you change the mindset of a country.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine On Campus | Date : 28th July, 2020.
Actual Reality Cannot Be Replaced By Virtual Reality: Vijaya Gupta, Professor, NITIE Mumbai

Business schools transform students into smart decision-makers and individuals who can readily steer uncertainty, risk and change. Nevertheless, the spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic has left the B-Schools around the world counting costs and wondering what recovery would look like.

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 16th July, 2020.
IFIM onboards PGDM 2020-22 Silver Jubilee Batch Virtually: One of the Most Diverse and Versatile Batch Across Top B-Schools in India

With Diversity and Versatility at the forefront, IFIM Business School, among India’s first six AACSB-accredited Business Schools, completed the E-registration and online virtual orientation session for the 2020-22 batch of its two-year full-time, residential PGDM flagship programme on July 06-07, 2020

Author : | Source : Indian Education Diary | Date : 13th July, 2020.
IFIM Onboards PGDM 2020-22 Silver Jubilee Batch Virtually

IFIM Business School completed the E-registration and online virtual orientation session for the 2020-22 batch of its two-year full-time, residential PGDM flagship programme on July 06-07, 2020. Despite the uncertainties and disruptions around COVID-19 pandemic, the registration and the orientation program for the new batch concluded successfully

Author : | Source : BW Education | Date : 13th July, 2020.
Data science, AI, ML: touted to be the next most sought-after fields

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the global economy hard and has severely affected small and medium companies. As a result, the unemployment rate has plunged rapidly. However, on a positive note, the saying ‘a crisis often paves way for new opportunities

Author : | Source : Deccan Herald | Date : 8th July, 2020.
IFIM B-School to launch bridge program for students applying for courses abroad

The IFIM Business School, based in Bengaluru and Mumbai will launch a bridge programme for Indian Under-graduate and post-graduate students

Author : | Source : The Times Of India | Date : 15th June, 2020.
Why Indian B-schools are seeking an AACSB stamp

A coveted calling card, only 14 B-schools in India have this accreditation

Author : | Source : BusinessLine | Date : 28th February, 2020.
MHRD’s Swayam seeks to bridge digital divide for students: AICTE Chairman

The learning platform offers 2,800 courses accessible in 120 countries, says Anil Sahasrabuddhe

Author : | Source : BusinessLine | Date : 19th February, 2020.
IFIM Business School, Vijaybhoomi University collaborates with ESCP

The IFIM Business School, which is among India’s top six AACSB-accredited Business Schools, based in Bengaluru hosted an International Conclave on Learning Ecosystems with European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), the leading international network in the field of management development.

Author : | Source : EducationWorld | Date : 19th February, 2020.
Management education must ensure lifelong learning, says Eric Cornuel

With the jobs market in transition and the gig economy booming, the best chance of workers succeeding is for them to have an education throughout their entire working life. “Lifelong learning is important for the next generation,” said Dr Eric Cornuel, Director-General, European Foundation of Management Development (EFMD), through videoconferencing at the inaugural session of a conclave on learning ecosystems to commemorate IFIM Business School’s 25th year. The conclave was held in Bengaluru.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 18th February, 2020.
To revive agri sector, 16-point action plan is welcome

The Union Budget 2020 has been woven around aspirational India, economic development and caring society. Let us analyse the merits of various initiatives

Author : | Source : BusinessLine On Campus | Date : 11th February, 2020.
Fundamental fillips

Non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) have been in the news for all the wrong reasons recently. The sector took a beating in the stock market with defaults and liquidity challenges, specifically related to one large NBFC—Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS)

Author : | Source : The Week | Date : 9th February, 2020.
Education Budget 2020: From tax cuts to better private-public partnerships, here’s what education experts want

The Union Budget 2020 will be presented tomorrow in Parliament by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. From major tax cuts in education to better private-public partnerships, and a boost to skill education, here are the education budget expectations from education industry experts and professors.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 31st January, 2020.
Why ‘Fast Track Courts’ have been slow to ensure justice for women and children

In 2012, the Karnataka government set up ten special fast track courts for trying cases of rape and sexual assault under Section 376 of the IPC. In 2015, Karnataka was allotted a whopping amount of Rs 218.72 crore as part of the Government of India’s plan to set up 1800 fast track courts (FTC) across the country. The primary intent behind setting up these FTCs was to ensure a speedier sentence and justice for crimes against women and children, especially around rape and sexual harassment as well as under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act.

Author : | Source : Citizen Matters | Date : 16th January, 2020.
10 tips to crack your board exams like a topper!

Sweaty palms, anxious grins, continuous tapping of the feet are all signs that make board exam students distinctly identifiable from the others. Needless to say, added pressure from parents and inadequate preparation is a sure shot recipe for disaster of a landmark event of student’s life.

Author : | Source : India Today | Date : 12th January, 2020.
90% of the industry wants B-Schools to have a liberal and inclusive admission process

A study by NHRD and IFIM on the relevance of the required skills mentioned in World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report 2018 revealed the gaps between industry and academia

Author : | Source : The New Indian Express | Date : 9th January, 2020.
Low GDP rate of 5 per cent is a wake-up call for the Indian economy: Experts

Advanced estimates released by the government show India's GDP growth rate for 2019-20 at 5 per cent, a dip from the 6.8 per cent that was there in FY19.

Author : | Source : The Week | Date : 8th January, 2020.
IT firms back to hiring; recruitment likely to go up by 10 per cent this year

Though the Indian IT services sector is facing multiple challenges on different fronts, including a challenging business environment with a drop in IT spending and pressure to hire local talent especially in the United States, it is expected that there will be an increased hiring of freshers this year. The increase is likely to be about 8-10 per cent compared to last year.

Author : | Source : The Week | Date : 6th January, 2020.
University of Wollongong awards scholarships at IFIM Business School

IFIM Business School, Bangalore, one of the top six AACSB accredited management institutes in India, hosted the University of Wollongong, an Australia-based University and an elite international partner of IFIM Business School in delivering dual degrees and super specialisations. Adam Gilchrist, former Australian cricketer and the Brand Ambassador of the University, was part of the delegation.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 13th September, 2019.
Adam Gilchrist goes gaga over Smith

Former Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist believes Steve Smith’s unorthodox yet highly successful batting technique could force the coaching manual to be rewritten.

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 12th September, 2019.
25th PGDM Batch Of IFIM Business School Sets A New Benchmark Of Class Diversity

IFIM Business School, Bangalore, one of the top six AACSB accredited management institutes in India, recently commenced the 25th batch (2019-21) of its flagship two-year, full-time, residential, AICTE approved and AACSB accredited Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), at its main campus.

Author : | Source : BWEDUCATION | Date : 9th August, 2019.
IFIM’s 25th PGDM batch has 41% women students

IFIM Business School, Bangalore, welcomed its 25th PGDM batch with a total of 300 students. The class is diverse in terms of gender ratio, participants’ undergraduate qualification streams and work experiences. The selection process changed this year as it comprised an innovation potential test (IPT), a group exercise (GE) and a personal interview (PI).

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 8th August, 2019.
25th PGDM Batch of IFIM Business School Sets a New Benchmark of Class Diversity

Bangalore, August 8th, 2019: IFIM Business School, Bangalore, one of the top six AACSB accredited management institutes in India, recently commenced the 25th batch (2019-21) of its flagship two-year, full-time, residential, AICTE approved and AACSB accredited Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), at its main campus in the Electronic City, Bangalore.

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 8th August, 2019.
IFIM Business School sets a new benchmark, witnesses 41% females in its recent batch of PGDM

IFIM Business School’s 25th batch (2019-2021) of Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) witnessed admission of 41% of female students of the 300 students. Again, the students in all, are from a heterogeneous background of 26 states and Union Territories of the country from various undergraduate qualification streams with work experience from across various industry sectors.

Author : | Source : CAREERS360 | Date : 8th August, 2019.
How Is AI Impacting The Workplace?

The World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs has stated that by 2020, five million jobs would have become obsolete as AI replaces human workers.

Author : | Source : BWEDUCATION | Date : 13th July, 2019.
Step towards empowerment

The Ministry of Tribal Affairs has launched the Direct Benefit Transfer Tribal (DBT) web portal, to expedite the release of scholarship allowance into the beneficiaries’ accounts. How will this affect students from these communities?

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 29th June, 2019.
Changing Landscape of Business Education in India: Management Education 4.0 aligned to Industry 4.0

Business schools across the globe are likely to witness rebooting of management education in the next few years, the fourth since the first business school was established in Europe opines Dr Atish Chattopadhyay, Director at IFIM Institutions

Author : | Source : CAREERS360 | Date : 3rd June, 2019.
“Deep sense of social responsibility and humanity will help IFIM graduates grow their careers responsibly” – Dean Simon of ESCP London

IFIM Business School, Bangalore, one of the top 6 B-schools in India to have been awarded the coveted AACSB accreditation, celebrated its 23rd Annual Convocation at their campus, in Electronic City. This year witnessed 249 students of the 2017-2019 batch receive their post-graduate diplomas in the presence of Chief Guest Dean Simon Mercado of ESCP London, and Guest of Honor, Dr. Bala Bharadwaj, Managing Director at Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center.

Author : | Source : APN News | Date : 2nd June, 2019.
Students will be agents of change, says ESCP Dean

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru, celebrated its 23rd annual convocation at its campus in Electronic City. This year witnessed 249 students of the 2017-2019 batch receive their post-graduate diploma in the presence of chief guest Dean Simon Mercado of ESCP London, and guest of honour, Dr Bala Bharadwaj, managing director at Boeing India Engineering and Technology Center.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on campus | Date : 1st June, 2019.
IFIM Business School in Maharashtra invites applications for its BBA program

IFIM Business School is accepting applications for its full time BBA programme, at its campus in Greater Mumbai. The programme has been carefully envisioned and crafted with an objective of grooming ‘T’ shaped professionals who are employable right after BBA, are skilled for the Industry 4.0 needs, and are lifelong learners

Author : | Source : APN News | Date : 23rd May, 2019.
IFIM Business School in Maharashtra invites applications for its BBA program

IFIM Business School is accepting applications for its full time BBA programme, at its campus in Greater Mumbai. The programme has been carefully envisioned and crafted with an objective of grooming ‘T’ shaped professionals who are employable right after BBA, are skilled for the Industry 4.0 needs, and are lifelong learners

Author : | Source : EducationDiary | Date : 21st May, 2019.
Leaving home

Increasing the number of higher education universities that offer a wide range of relevant courses to students, can be the first step.

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 18th May, 2019.
IFIM Law School hosts National Seminar on Issues and Challenges in Consumer Laws

Bengaluru: Bengaluru’s premiere IFIM Law School hosted a National Seminar on ‘Deliberations on Consumer Laws: Issues and Challenges in the Global Market’ at their Electronic City Campus. 73 participants from all across India participated in the Seminar, who presented their research papers during various technical sessions.

Author : | Source : EducationDiary | Date : 4th April, 2019.
Social justice or victory?

The Delhi University will effect a 10% increase in seats for economically-weaker sections (EWS), from this academic session. The Human Resource Ministry has also decided to increase seats in universities across the nation. How will this quota impact the general category students?

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 16th March, 2019.
Bengaluru to participate in Kanyathon on March 17

Kanyathon, an annual marathon by IFIM will be held on March 17

Author : | Source : The Times Of India | Date : 12th March, 2019.
The ethicality of AI is the test of the law: Former CJI Dipak Misra

IFIM Law School Bangalore, hosted an International Conference on Law and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence at the campus today. Former Chief Justice of India Hon’ble Dipak Misra and Justice Dominique Hascher, Judge at the Supreme Court of France, were the chief guests for the occasion.

Author : | Source : Legal Desire | Date : 25th February, 2019.
Union Budget 2019-20: Here's how the industry reacted

The interim budget 2019-20 presented by the Finance Minister Piyush Goyal presented was mostly met with positive responses from the education industry

Author : | Source : edexLive | Date : 1st February, 2019.
‘IGNITE’ the movie lover in you

Bengaluru, January 21st, 2018: Bengaluru’s premiere IFIM College hosted IGNITE- a two-day Film Festival on the 19th and 20th of January at the college auditorium. The agenda was to provide a platform that serves as an impetus to young minds to unleash their inherent creativity.

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 21st January, 2019.
NHRD & IFIM study reveals the gap between industry and academia

On January 8, Bangalore based IFIM Business School, India’s premier AACSB accredited management institute and National HRD Network, unveiled the findings of their six-month long AACSB-supported study for developing a graduate management curriculum for the Industry 4.0.

Author : | Source : EducationWorld | Date : 19th January, 2019.
India needs to upgrade management curricula to bridge industry-academia gap

A report titled “Curricula 4.0 - Creating Future Managers, stated that management graduates, today, face a gap between what the academia trains them for and how the industry expects them to perform. The study was conducted by IFIM Business School, Bangalore and National HRD Network.

Author : | Source : EducationTimes | Date : 19th January, 2019.
AACSB accreditation provides international stamp of approval

Tom Robinson is the President & CEO of AACSB International, which accredits B-schools globally and is a much sought after accreditation in India as well. The process is extremely rigorous and, according to Robinson, can take five to seven years. As of now, nine B-schools in the country have received the AACSB accreditation. “AACSB’s accreditation standards stress the importance of active engagement with the business community and innovation in programmes to ensure graduates are future-ready and equipped for tomorrow’s business world,” he says.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 16th January, 2019.
IFIM Bangalore Placement Report 2019: 30 percent students get average salary above Rs. 7 Lakhs

IFIM Business School, Bangalore has released the final placement report for the PGDM batch of 2017-19 with more than 30 percent students getting an annual salary package of Rs. 7 lakhs and above

Author : | Source : CAREER360 | Date : 14th January, 2019.
IFIM Business School Achieves 100% Placement for PGDM 2017-19

Bangalore, January 11, 2019: IFIM Business School, Bangalore, India’s premier AACSB accredited management institute, today announced the completion of the final placements and the Industry Internship Program (IIP) of the 2017-19 batch of its two-year, full-time, residential, AICTE approved and AACSB accredited Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 11th January, 2019.
IFIM Bangalore Placements 2019

IFIM Bangalore Placements 2019 witnessed 100% Placements in almost no time with students getting the highest salary (CTC) of INR 16.64 lakh per annum and PWC recruiting whopping number of 40 from IFIM Business School. IFIM Average Salary for MBA Class of 2017-19 is INR 7.5 lakh per annum.

Author : | Source : careeranna | Date : 11th January, 2019.
Management curriculum needs an upgrade: experts

A study conducted by National Human Resource Development (NHRD) and IFIM Business School found that 89% of the chief experience officers believe that research and business incubation can provide great learning to students.

Author : | Source : Deccan Herald | Date : 9th January, 2019.
Study By NHRD And IFIM Reveals The Gaps Between Industry And Academia

89% of the CXOs believe that research and business incubation can provide great learning to students. The study, based on World Economic Forum’s Report on ‘Future of Jobs’, is a guide for academia to prepare students for Industrial Revolution 4.0. 90% of the industry experts believe that holistic development and lifestyle management skills are important for future managers.

Author : | Source : BWEDUCATION | Date : 9th January, 2019.
Study finds gaps in business school curricula

Management graduates face a skill gap after they finish their courses in B-schools, according to a study ‘Curricula 4.0 – Creating Future Mangers’.

Author : | Source : The Hindu | Date : 8th January, 2019.
How to leverage conscious capitalism for education

As a stable, thriving democracy in the heart of Asia, India’s financial system has embraced the concept of market efficiencies seamlessly despite numerous challenges, and this has led to sophisticated and well-regulated capital markets.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 6th January, 2019.
IFIM looks to reboot B-school with new curricula

On a couple of visits to the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun, where the commandant was a relative of his, Sanjay Padode, founder, IFIM Business School, saw that the graduate candidates who joined were in pretty much in the same physical shape as the recruits to his B-school. But, seeing them at the passing out parade the newly-minted officers were all spit and polish and brimming with confidence. “So, I was perplexed and wondered what do they do at IMA that we can’t do in civilian life,” he says.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 6th December, 2018.
What Makes A Startup Aspirational For Students?

If you want your brand to succeed, make it aspirational and not just inspirational. Inspiration tends to pique one’s interest temporarily to do or feel something. Aspiration on the other hand, helps one to sustain an endeavor in a meaningful and purposeful way

Author : | Source : BWEDUCATION | Date : 29th November, 2018.
Engg faculty, students to bond

For students facing engineering blues, here’s a refreshing news from the All India Council of Technical Education(AICTE).

Author : | Source : BangaloreMirror | Date : 28th November, 2018.
IFIM Business School's Vision On The 'Changing Scenario Of Executive Education In India'

In this hyper age, we are witnessing the convergence of technology education, business education, and education technology. A new age, Futuristic Universities and Education Platforms like IFIM Business School these advancements have created opportunity to become solution provider at Executive education space

Author : | Source : BWEducation | Date : 27th November, 2018.
AICTE to introduce mandatory induction at campuses

AICTE will introduce a three-week induction programme for each student with the aim to build a strong connect between them and the faculty, said Anil Dattatraya Sahasrabudhe, chairman of All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). He was speaking at IFIM Business School’s corporate summit, Confluence, where he was the chief guest.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 27th November, 2018.
IFIM Business School, Bengaluru to take a break from B School rankings for the next couple of years

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru, announced its decision to take a break from Business School Rankings for a period of two years, till December 31, 2020

Author : | Source : Edex Live | Date : 16th October, 2018.
IFIM Business School takes a break from rankings

IFIM Business School announced its decision to take a break from B-school rankings for a period of two years, until December 31, 2020. The decision is an outcome of a strategic exercise to chart its direction for the future, having arrived at a new positioning that is in sync with the needs of the future, following the AACSB accreditation

Author : | Source : BusinessLine on Campus | Date : 15th October, 2018.
Campus hiring by IT companies to be very selective and tougher: Experts

Ever since the Indian IT services sector was hit by poor growth and a tougher business environment, the campus hiring have been on the downward trend. In the upcoming years, campus hiring is expected to be very selective and tougher with multiple rounds of interviews lined up for the candidates.

Author : | Source : The Week | Date : 1st October, 2018.
Corrective measures required to contain education loan NPAs

Off late the non performing assets (NPAs) accounting to education loans are on the rise in India. According to the data by the Indian Banks Association, the percentage of NPAs to outstanding education loans rose from 7.3 per cent in March 2016 to 7.67 per cent in the following year and then jumped to 8.97 per cent in March 2018

Author : | Source : The Week | Date : 13th August, 2018.
New curriculum to make B-students industry-ready

The National HRD Network is working in collaboration with a Bengaluru-based business school to design a new curriculum for management students.

Author : | Source : Deccan Herald | Date : 9th August, 2018.
Dr Atish Chattopadhyay appointed Director of IFIM Business School

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru, recently announced that Dr Atish Chattopadhyay has been appointed as the Director of the institute.

Author : | Source : BusinessLine On Campus | Date : 11th July, 2018.
Dr Atish Chattopadhyay appointed Director of IFIM Business School

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru, recently announced that Dr Atish Chattopadhyay has been appointed as the Director of the institute.

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 11th July, 2018.
By turning an entrepreneur, I have been able to create nearly 10,000 direct jobs

Skills acquired by the youth will be a defining factor in building a strong future

Author : | Source : BusinessLine | Date : 18th June, 2018.
Skills acquired by the youth will be a defining factor in building a strong future: Mazumdar

AACSB accredited IFIM Business School witnessed its landmark celebration with its 22nd Annual Convocation held at their campus. This year saw 193 students of the 2016-18 batch receive their post-graduate diplomas in the presence of Chief Guest Dr. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, CMD at Biocon Limited along with Guest of Honor Dr. Bhimarya Metri, Director, IIM Trichy.

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 18th June, 2018.
Retail chain Croma getting back on track on refreshed omnichannel strategy

Tata Group-owned Infiniti Retail, which operates the electronics and white goods retail chain Croma, is getting back on track. Defying intense competition from pure-play e-commerce players, the company has cut down its losses to Rs 570.9 million in the financial year (FY) 2017 from Rs 1.95 billion in FY 2016.

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 25th May, 2018.
IFIM Business School reopens admissions for additional intake, recently approved by AICTE

IFIM Business School, one amongst the Elite 6 business schools that have been awarded the coveted AACSB accreditation in India, has reopened its admission window to invite students applications for its recently approved AICTE additional intake

Author : | Source : Face news | Date : 23rd May, 2018.
Swimmer Sajan Prakash becomes the brand ambassador of IFIM Institutions

Commonwealth Games and Rio Olympics swimmer Sajan Prakash has become the brand ambassador of Bengaluru’s premiere IFIM Institutions. The sportsman will represent the holistic development of students at IFIM.

Author : | Source : Core Sector Communique | Date : 22nd May, 2018.
Swimmer Sajan Prakash becomes the brand ambassador of IFIM Institutions

Commonwealth Games and Rio Olympics swimmer Sajan Prakash has become the brand ambassador of Bengaluru’s premiere IFIM Institutions. The sportsman will represent the holistic development of students at IFIM

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 22nd May, 2018.
Olympic swimmer Sajan Prakash becomes brand ambassador of Bengaluru's IFIM Institutions

Commonwealth Games and Rio Olympics swimmer Sajan Prakash has become the brand ambassador of Bengaluru’s premiere IFIM Institutions. The sportsman will represent the holistic development of students at IFIM

Author : | Source : Edexlive | Date : 22nd May, 2018.
FD Vs EPF Vs PPF Vs NSC Vs NPS: Interest Rates, Tax Benefits, Liquidity And Other Features Compared

Some people become rich while others stay poor. One may have a decent job earning well while some of the peers may be far ahead in terms of wealth owned. Wealth creation requires good investment planning

Author : | Source : NDTV Profit | Date : 2nd May, 2018.
Any taxpayer who is in receipt of pension from his former employer shall be entitled to claim a deduction of ₹ 40,000 or the amount of pension.

Budget 2018-19 offered a gift to income tax payers - that of standard deduction of ₹ 40,000 from taxable income. Even as the government meant to extend it all citizens, even pensioners, there was some confusion among tax payers as to whether this rule would encapsulate pensioners or not

Author : | Source : NDTV Profit | Date : 8th April, 2018.
Why You Must Deposit Money In PPF Accounts Before Or On 5th Of Every Month

April 5 is important for Public Provident Fund (PPF) investors. Not just the fifth of April but the fifth of every month is significant for PPF subscribers.

Author : | Source : NDTV Profit | Date : 5th April, 2018.
Union Budget: India expects a huge technology focus on the edtech front

With the Union Budget to be announced shortly, weeks, entrepreneurs in the edtech space are looking for a bigger push towards technology and infrastructure

Author : | Source : YOURSTORY | Date : 22nd January, 2018.
IFIM Business School extends Scholarship dates till January 30th for PGDM applications

IFIM Business School today announced that applications for The Padode Foundation merit scholarships are open till January 30th, 2018. The applications are available for students who wish to pursue PGDM, PGDM - Finance and PGDM International Business. Scholarships will be offered in the form of fee waiver.

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 5th April, 2017.
A journey sans the fear

When you are confused about which party to attend, you know it is December! The month-set-aside-for-celebrations is drawing to a close and revellers are determined to make the most of every single remaining moment of 2017.

Author : | Source : Deccan Herald | Date : 31st December, 2017.
IFIM Business School announces admissions open for the 24th batch of PGDM in academic year 2018-20

IFIM Business School is invitingapplications for its AICTE-approved and NBA-accredited 24th batch of Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme (equivalent to MBA) for the 2018-20 session

Author : | Source : Newssuperfast | Date : 15th December, 2017.
Nothing can help build a brand better than effective social networking: Marketing Professors, IFIM Business School

Social media marketing is an engagement with various social media tools or any other online collaborative media to generate exposure, opportunity and sales. Social media marketing refers to the process of gaining traffic or attention through social media sites. Social networking sites allow individuals to interact with one another and build relationships

Author : | Source : exchange4media | Date : 14th December, 2017.
Artificial Intelligence And Analytics Will Boost Businesses And Job Creation In India: Experts

IFIM Institutions hosted a week-long celebration to discuss the importance of Artificial Intelligence and analytics in creating more jobs

Author : | Source : BW People | Date : 11th December, 2017.
“Robots cannot supersede Human Beings” -Vijay kumar Ivaturi, Co-founder, Crayon datasystems

Just concluded the conclave hosted by IFIM Business school at Taj vivanta in Bengaluru on 24th November. A leadership on conclave on how Analytics & AI are the game changers for future businesses

Author : | Source : NEWS91080 | Date : 24th November, 2017.
Corporate Roadies’ showcase their skills at NAMAN 2017 by IFIM

The 6th edition of NAMAN- the National Level Management and Cultural fest of IFIM Business School brought out the creative and fun side of management professionals

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 23rd September, 2017.
Sumeru appoints IFIM alumus Mithun Appaiah as CEO

India’s leading frozen foods brand Sumeru, under Innovative Foods Ltd, has appointed MithunAppaiah as the Chief Executive Officer of India and International Operations. In his new role, Appaiah will lead the company to new avenues of growth and expansion

Author : | Source : Absolute India | Date : 21st September, 2017.
Mithun looks forward to taking Sumeru foods to leap frog in India and international markets

India’s leading frozen foods brand Sumeru, under Innovative Foods Ltd, has appointed MithunAppaiah as the Chief Executive Officer of India and International Operations. In his new role, Appaiah will lead the company to new avenues of growth and expansion

Author : | Source : This Week India | Date : 21st September, 2017.
Growth and Innovation are key for nation building: Ramesh Krishnan, India CEO, IHH Healthcare

IFIM Business School, Bangalore held its two day International Conference, Convergence on the 15th and 16th of September. The event themed ‘Management 2022: Growth and Sustainability Challenges’, comprised of a series of plenary sessions and paper presentations

Author : | Source : Pocket News Alert | Date : 18th September, 2017.
IFIM Business School announces admissions open for the 24th batch of PGDM

Bangalore, September 12, 2017: IFIM Business School is inviting applications for its AICTE-approved and NBA-accredited 24th batch of Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme (equivalent to MBA) for the 2018-20 session. The admissions for three streams, viz. PGDM (General), PGDM in Finance and PGDM in International Business are now open

Author : | Source : This week India | Date : 12th September, 2017.
After Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning’s Entry; Will AI Replace Lawyers In The Future?

Robolawyers, the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the legal profession has become the most discussed topic these days. The growing concern among lawyers regarding the impact of AI on legal research, contract data mining, contract management, and predictive analytics is causing great anxiety

Author : | Source : Tech Story | Date : 6th September, 2017.
India Needs Artificial Intelligence In The Classrooms

The Indian educational landscape is fast-changing with technology gripping the nation in an unprecedented fashion.AI has actually become a part and parcel of our everyday lives even though the term is not used frequently.

Author : | Source : Franchise India | Date : 23rd August, 2017.
Vishal Sikka's Exit From Infosys Unfortunate But Not Unexpected: Experts

A day after the dramatic departure of technocrat Vishal Sikka as Chief Executive of Infosys, industry experts on Saturday said while his exit was unfortunate, it was not unexpected as he became an unintended victim of the boardroom battles with the co-founders.

Author : | Source : NDTV Profit | Date : 19th August, 2017.
Sikka's exit from Infosys unfortunate but not unexpected: Experts

A day after the dramatic departure of technocrat Vishal Sikka as Chief Executive of Infosys, industry experts on Saturday said while his exit was unfortunate, it was not unexpected as he became an unintended victim of the boardroom battles with the co-founders.

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 19th August, 2017.
169 Students Receive their Diplomas at IFIM Business School’s 21st Convocation Ceremony

IFIM Business School witnessed its landmark celebration with its 21st Annual Convocation held at their campus. This year saw 169 students of the 2015-17 batch receive their post-graduate diplomas in the presence of Mr. Kamal Bali, President and Managing Director, Volvo Group India Pvt. Ltd, along with Mr. VB Padode, Chairman – Centre for Developmental Education (CDE) Society and Sanjay Padode, Secretary (CDE)

Author : | Source : EducationDiary | Date : 4th August, 2017.
Women Entrepreneurs: To be niche – or not to be?

A CNBC report in February 2017, categorically announced that the stars appear to have aligned for the onset of the ‘golden age for women entrepreneurship’. Their insight came from The CNBC’s Inaugural Upstart 25 list that had 10 ventures that were started by women, in areas as diverse as neuroscience, finance and retail.

Author : | Source : INVENTIVA | Date : 3rd August, 2017.
Sustainability is the genesis of innovation”: Kamal Bali, Volvo Group India

IFIM Business School, Bengaluru witnessed its landmark celebration with its 21st Annual Convocation held at their campus on August 2, 2017.

Author : | Source : BWEDUCATION | Date : 2nd April, 2017.
Can a brand be an antidote to student stress?

NCRB data reveals that close to 40,000 students in India committed stress-related suicide from 2011 to 2015, with 8,934 cases in 2015 alone. Are brands doing their bit for the stressed out youth?

Author : | Source : Outbrain | Date : 1st August, 2017.
IFIM Business School ties up with NASSCOM SSC in Karnataka

IFIM Business School, a city- based private B-School, today said it has partnered with NASSCOM SSC (Sector Skills Council) to become their first Licensed Training Partner (LTP) in Karnataka.

Author : | Source : Business Standard | Date : 13th July, 2017.
IFIM Business School ties up with NASSCOM SSC in Karnataka

IFIM Business School, a city- based private B-School, today said it has partnered with NASSCOM SSC (Sector Skills Council) to become their first Licensed Training Partner (LTP) in Karnataka.

Author : | Source : OUTLOOK | Date : 13th July, 2017.
NASSCOM partners with IFIM Business School to train 10,000 business analytics professionals in Karnataka

IFIM Business School, a city- based private B-School, today said it has partnered with NASSCOM SSC (Sector Skills Council) to become their first Licensed Training Partner (LTP) in Karnataka.

Author : | Source : INDIA BLOOMS | Date : 13th July, 2017.
IFIM aims to develop job creators of the future

IFIM Business School kicked off the new academic year and welcomed the 23rd batch of its PGDM students during the student induction ceremony held in Bangalore. The event saw the fresh batch of students being introduced to IFIM’s vision to shape careers and nurturing them for a future of entrepreneurship.

Author : | Source : India EducationDiary | Date : 8th July, 2018.
Fidgety in the city? Try this toy

Spinning, we have been told, makes you feel like you are losing control. But a new toy in that market, which spins with one flick of the finger, is making people feel just the opposite. They say this toy -- the fidget spinner -- helps them feel more in control and even helps them cope with conditions such as ADHD and severe anxiety.

Author : | Source : The New Indian Express | Date : 19th June, 2018.
Govt colleges in Bangalore not yet ready for digital drive

The Government Science College (GSC) on Nrupathunga Road, established in 1921, is the only state-run educational institution with the `college with potential for excellence' tag, an A-grade rating and autonomy combined. This makes it arguably the best in its category

Author : | Source : EconomicTimes | Date : 14th June, 2018.
Importance of bespoke education in a management classroom

Flexibility to personalize has been the key in delivering everything today, whether it is products or services. While the education has remained straightjacketed to rigid structures developed decades ago with the industrialisation age, education should be flexible to take aspirations and interests into account.

Author : | Source : The HANS INDIA | Date : 10th June, 2017.
IFIM aims to develop job creators of the future

IFIM Business School kicked off the new academic year and welcomed the 23rd batch of its PGDM students during the student induction ceremony held in Bangalore. The event saw the fresh batch of students being introduced to IFIM’s vision to shape careers and nurturing them for a future of entrepreneurship.

Author : | Source : Pocket News Alert | Date : 7th June, 2017.
The benefits of developing well rounded personalities at Institutions

In today’s world of cut throat competition among Management Graduates, it is extremely crucial for one to stand out to be noticed

Author : | Source : MYSTORY | Date : 30th May, 2017.
India Inc to shore up its finances

India Inc is conducting a fire sale of assets as banks struggle under more than US$190 billion in debt amassed through years of corruption, project delays and economic slowdown.

Author : | Source : N Business | Date : 13th May, 2017.
Future Of Higher Education In India

Higher Education has seen a major success in Indian education industry. Many institutes have started over the last few years and are attracting suitable candidates for the same. Over 1.4 lakh students of age group 18-23 year enrolled for higher education in India and the rate is rising every year

Author : | Source : Franchise India | Date : 31st March, 2017.