TAPMI has been declared the 15th Best B-School
in India  in the survey conducted by
"The Week"and "MaRS"
 


Recent developments at TAPMI, Manipal

TAPMI has been declared the 15th Best B-School in India in the survey conducted by "The Week"and "MaRS"; Also, in another survey, Competition Success Review (CSR) - GHRDC 2010 has ranked TAPMI as 16th best Business School in India.

The other developments are:-

01. AICTE has approved to increase the batch size of TAPMI's PGP from 120 to 180during admissions for the year 2010-12

02. AICTE has approved TAPMI's new two year residential program – Post-Graduate Diploma in Management – Healthcare with a batch size of 60 seats

03. TAPMI signed an MOU for Student / Faculty Exchange program with Asian Institute of Management (AIM), Manila, Philippines.

04. TAPMI entered into an MOU with Blue Ocean Strategy Institute for setting up an IndiaBlue Ocean Strategy – TAPMI Research Centre

05. TAPMI announced its first "International Conference in Accounting &Finance" (ICAF) in March 2011

06. TAPMI is going to launch TAPMI School of Business (TSB) offering 2 years' fullyresidential MBA program of Manipal University in Manipal and other centres

07. TAPMI announced its Admissions-2011 process (based on CAT 2010 and GMAT) for its two year PGDM and Healthcare Management Programs– fully online

08. TAPMI launched the 2nd batch of e-Governance Program for Executives(e-GPX) 2010-11 in collaboration with National Institute for Smart Government (NISG), Hyderabad

09. TAPMI introduced Silver Jubilee - Leadership Lecture Series addressed by (1)Shri Salman Khurshid (2) Shri Rajdeep Sardesai (3) Shri Manish Sabharwal and (4) Hon'ble Shri Narayanan, Gov of WB

Please visit our website
www.tapmi.edu.in for more information /complete details of the recent achievements by its students and faculty members
in recent months.
 

Source: By E-mail (November 21, 201)

Published on IndianMBA.com on November 23, 2010

 

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