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.
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.
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.
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.