IMT Hyderabad is the 'Best Upcoming B School in
South India' award.
Business education in the country needs deep routed change and wide spread disruption: Prof. (Dr.) Satish Ailawadi, Director, IMT Hyderabad
Indian B-Schools need "Responsive curriculum towards developing skills, capabilities and techniques



Hyderabad, September 07, 2016….Institute of Management Technology, Hyderabad is awarded 'BestUpcomingB-School in South India' by AAOCHAM.

The Award presented during the Summit on Skilling India organised by ASSOCHAM India in Ranchi.

The Award was presented to Prof. (Dr.) Satish Ailawadi, Director, IMT Hyderabad by Neera Yadav, Minister of HRD, Govt of Jharkhand, in the presence of three former Chief Ministers  Mr. BabulalMarandi, Mr. Arjun Munda, Mr. Hemant Soren of the state

Dr. Ailawadi, during his technical presentation, mentioned that business education in the country needs deep routed change and wide spread disruption. Raising pertinent concerns on present day framework and pedagogy followed by top management institutes in India, he said, "Responsive curriculum towards developing skills, capabilities and techniques that lie at the heart of management practice needs to be created which enhances employability and adds value to all the stake holders – student, employer and society.

The summit had eminent panelists and jury from industry, academia and government. Pesent in the summit N K Mahapatra, CEO Electronic sector Skill Council of India; Col Ashwani Kumar Joshi, CEO Construction Skill Development Council of India; Wg. CDR Satish Aparajit, CEO Sports, Physical Education, Fitness and Leisure Sector Skill Council; J V Rao CEO Textile Scetor Skill Council India; Bharat Jaiswal, Regional Director ASSOCHAM.

Brainstorming session held on Skilling for placement; Forecast of skills linked to new business orders. The proceedings of the summit to be presented to Ministry of HRD, by ASSOCHAM.

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Source: By E-mail (September 7, 2016)

Published on IndianMBA.com on September 8, 2016

 

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