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Integration programme

Wednesday, 21 December 2016 | Pioneer

The Universal Business School, India’s first Green Business School focusing on the comprehensive development of management students, has introduced Miles, an integrated multi-sports programme developed by EduSports. The programme is led and executed by students themselves. The curriculum is designed to help college students develop leadership and social skills and improve health and fitness using sports as a medium. The two-year programme is currently running in IIM Bangalore, Karnataka and Universal Business School (UBS), Mumbai and engages around 300 students.

Miles has a unique learning methodology for leadership development, based on leading2Play, developed by a distinguished American psychologist, Dr George Selleck, who is also an advisor with EduSports. leading2Play puts children in charge of designing, leading, and engaging their peers in sports and fitness activities, and develop their leadership and sports skills.

The programme exposes students to multiple sports like cricket, football, volleyball, rugby, basketball, throw ball, badminton and aerobics.

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