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Best Upcoming B-School in South India

Institute of Management Technology, Hyderabad was awarded ‘ Best Upcoming B-School in South India’. The award was given to Prof. (Dr.) Satish Ailawadi, Director, IMT Hyderabad, by Hon’ble Minister and Chief Guest for the occasion, Ms. Neera Yadav.

Industry body Assocham organises Summit cum Awards on Skilling India at Ranchi

Higher Education in India has been suffering from various quality deficits. Despite some of the major skill development initiatives by the Government of India, situation has been more or less the same without significant improvement.
Quality of teaching and learning in a majority of non-elite universities and colleges are lagging far behind. Besides, seamless mobility of vocational stream to Higher Education still remains a huge challenge.

IMT Hyderabad is awarded ‘Best Upcoming B-School in South India’

IMT Hyderabad is awarded ‘Best Upcoming B-School in South India’ by AAOCHAM. The Award presented during the Summit on Skilling India organised by ASSOCHAM India in Ranchi.

Summit cum Awards in Skilling India by ASSOCHAM

IMT Hyderabad awarded Best Upcoming B School Higher Education in India has been suffering from various quality deficits. Despite some of the major sk

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Institute of Management Technology, Hyderabad was awarded ‘Best Upcoming B-School in South India’. The award was given to Prof. (Dr.) Satish Ailawadi, Director, IMT Hyderabad, by Hon’ble Minister and Chief Guest for the occasion, Ms. Neera Yadav.

IMT Hyderabad is the ‘Best Upcoming B School in South India’ award. - The Siasat Daily

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

Summit cum Awards in Skilling India by ASSOCHAM | Prateek Bhalla

Higher Education in India has been suffering from various quality deficits. Despite some of the major skill development initiatives by the Government of India, situation has been more or less the same without significant improvement. Quality of teaching and learning in a majority of non-elite universities and colleges are lagging far behind. Besides, seamless mobility of vocational stream to Higher Education still remains a huge challenge. India’s 13,000 Industrial Training Institutes (ITI), which could have been otherwise leveraged for the purpose, but with obsolete training and skilling processes, have witnessed a declining trend in enrollment over a decade and are running into huge losses. While attempts by the Government have been made to revamp these hubs, signs of up-gradation are yet to be seen.

Summit cum Awards in Skilling India by ASSOCHAM

IMT Hyderabad awarded Best Upcoming B School Higher Education in India has been suffering from various quality deficits. Despite some of the major skill

Summit cum Awards in Skilling India by ASSOCHAM

Higher Education in India has been suffering from various quality deficits. Despite some of the major skill development initiatives by the Government of India, situation has been more or less the same without significant improvement. Quality of teaching and learning in a majority of non-elite universities and colleges are lagging far behind. Besides, seamless mobility of vocational stream to Highe