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‘Management Education Imparted With The Right Focus Can Do Wonders: Hitesh V Bhatt, Director, IRMA

Hitesh V Bhatt, Director, IRMA during a conversation with BW Businessworld says that India should create more such institutes to support the under-served people of the country.

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Even The Good B-Schools Need To Reinvent Themselves: Himanshu Rai, Director, IIM Indore

In an exclusive interaction with BW Businessworld, Rai stresses the need for B-schools to constantly reinvent themselves, whether its pedagogy, curriculum or ever-evolving technological trends, as well as encouraging middling institutes to get their faculty trained by the top 10-15 B-schools on a regular basis so as to bring them on par.

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Close B-Schools That Churn Out Unemployable Graduates: Asish Bhattacharyya, Director, IMTG

o facilitate the business schools in the country to reach their full potential, he tells BW Businessworld in an interview that the regulator AICTE should refrain from micro-managing them.

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We Have A Very Strong Connect With Our Alumni Base: Archana Shukla, Director of IIM Lucknow

She spoke to BW Businessworld on the state of management education in the country, its challenges, the changing needs of the industry, among other issues.

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Close B-Schools That Churn Out Unemployable Graduates: Asish Bhattacharyya, Director, IMTG

Business schools should engage more with industry to be in step with their changing needs, opines Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad (IMTG) Director Asish Bhattacharyya, even as he reposes faith in the acumen of top rung management institutions in the country. To facilitate the business schools in the country to reach their full potential, he tells BW Businessworld in an interview that the regulator AICTE should refrain from micro-managing them. Excerpts:

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We Have A Very Strong Connect With Our Alumni Base: Archana Shukla, Director of IIM Lucknow

Archana Shukla spoke to BW Businessworld on the state of management education in the country, its challenges, the changing needs of the industry, among other issues.

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Change Mindset, Attitudes, & Organisational Culture

Design the workplace so that employees are motivated to engage in evidence-based decision making, find synergies between human and machine intelligence, leverage the deluge of digital data available

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Cultivate In-depth Industrial Perspectives

A key ingredient to develop in the students is the listening skills that balance exuberance and individual thought processes

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Focus on Long-term Goals, Set Defined Targets

As the centre for world economy shifts to Asia, India should take advantage and prepare itself for becoming a global hub of management education

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Need For Well-rounded Management Education

‘Course facilitators need to develop into educational leaders to radically re-engineer education and cater to the global demand for effective leaders across industries’

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Create A Learning Environment

The consequent challenge for B-schools is to instil these values in students so that one develops alertness and agility to respond as is required

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Re-invent To Stay Relevant

B-schools need to work closely with the local governments and the industry to design, develop and design relevant skill development programmes

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Rethink Curricula, Revenue Drivers

Rethinking & Reinventing the MBA curriculum, not depending on student fees for existence, encouraging an interdisciplinary approach to business management, are among the bold steps that have to be taken by B-schools

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Need to Become Global in Nature

Apart from basic of business education, students must be acquainted with the changing international political scenario. In the next, five to six years business schools will have to focus on the market for continuing education

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Inclined towards Innovation, entrepreneurship

XLRI The institute is the first business school in the country to offer Business Ethics as a compulsory course

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