Who does not foster the ideology of ‘work hard party harder’ in the contemporary world? As evident, there is no second thought that managers should perform handsomely not only on the technical frontiers but also advocate the needs of a wider, global audience. Realising the significance of this much accepted convention, our college works zealously
With the aim of keeping the learning mission in loop through practical acquaintances, Placement Week 2 was orchestrated between 9/10/17 and 13/10/17. Thanks to the stupendous efforts of IILM’s management in tandem with CDC, notable speakers from diverse industries agreed to interact with future managers about the expected contemporary & future industry requirements. The week
One of the chief constituents in determining success of a management student hovers around his/ her ability to transcend academic learning to secure a promising placement. Undoubtedly, this has remained a consideration for every student since the moment he decides to venture into a management program. Abiding by this rationale, IILM has maintained a reputation
They say anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Hence, to give wings to the learning objective of aspiring Bankers, the management organised a visit to IndusInd Bank’s M. G. Road branch on 20/12/17. The entire episode was escorted under the tutelage of Prof. Shegorika Lalchandani, who is an Associate Professor
‘’All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” Corroborating the notion, IILM is synonymous to producing exceptional Jacks who are adept in both academic as well as non-academic facets. In constructing the overall personality of a student, the management thrives expeditiously in harnessing the best out of every future manager in the making.
Planning to take a break after high school? Well, a gap year is an option that more and more students are taking up these days. And the announcement that first daughter Malia Obama would be taking a gap year before starting her college last year, has made many students consider about delaying their entry into