The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), owner of the GMAT exam and NMAT by GMAC exam, has partnered with nine leading Indian B-schools to launch the Study in India initiative. This partnership will open doors for international aspirants across 27 countries to pursue management education in India, and arose from the Ministry of Human Resource Development’s directive to rebuild India’s attractiveness as a study destination for higher education in Africa, Middle East, South and East Asia.
Aspirants from these countries can now log on to www.mba.
com/studyinindia, and have the option to secure admission in any of the partner B-schools in India using their GMAT scores.
This initiative also holds strategic promise for Indian management education; a rise in enrollment may lead to an increase in student diversity at these institutions, enhancing the overall classroom experience for students.
Anupam Kher, Shiamak Davar, Birju Maharaj, Mahavir Singh Phogat and Shaheen Mistry (Teach for India) are amongst the few in the country who have taught, guided and mentored some of the biggest celebrities across fields. This Teacher’s Day, Kids Entertainment Channel, Sony YAY! felicitated these celebrated teachers.
The aim was to inspire the little ones of the country to love, respect and acknowledge their teachers and mentors for the lasting contribution they make in lives, setting a foundation stone for all possible future successes.
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