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‘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.