New session launched
The Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) in partnership with Hughes Education India Limited has kickstarted the first batch of Electronic Mode- Post Graduate Diploma Programme (ePGP) 2017-19. The programme was inaugurated by Prof Ashish Nanda, director IIMA, from the Hughes Interactive Onsite Studio located at IIMA new campus. ePGP is a two-year programme with an added flexibility of completion in three years. This programme is for working professionals and entrepreneurs having a minimum full-time work experience of three years.
The campus module of the ePGP 2017-19 batch is scheduled to begin on October 2. The first batch of ePGP has 53 participants who will pursue this course from 13 cities across the country. The candidates have been selected from a vast pool of applicants through rigorous selection criteria.
For the next batch of ePGP starting from May 2018, IIMA will be considering CAT/GMAT scores, so all interested participants are advised to register for CAT 2017.
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