IIM Ahmedabad figures in top ten of Financial Times rankings:-The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA), has been ranked at the 8th position in the FT (Financial Times) Masters in Management 2010 Ranking from among 71 programmes which participated in the ranking process. IIMA statistics as the only and the first Indian Business School to have got into the Masters in Management ranking in the top 10 position, putting an Indian Institute on the global map in management education.
The FT Masters in Management report position the top 65 programmes in general management for students with no previous work experience (pre-experience Masters Degrees). Established in 2005, the ranking aims to give a thorough evaluation of the programmes submitted by business schools worldwide.
Already famous for its talented students and its faculty members who move in lofty academic circles, the IIMA is now aiming for new heights – in particular, internationalisation.
independent, but owned and financed by the state government of India, the school was the second to be established after Kolkata in 1961. It is now one of nine institutes nationally, soon to be 12, that aim to create a pond of best managers able to lead the economy forward.
AlluminiI Held IN IIM Ahmedabad:-
IIM Ahmedabad(IIM-A) is back with the second version of its financial meeting organized by the centre of Innovation and Enterpreneurship(CIIE), the Private fairness and business enterprise Capital Club of IIMA.The theme of the meeting this year is ”CHALLENGING THE NEW NORMAL”.The program looks talented spread across two days and about 500 attendees are excepted to attend.
The Theme of this edition is “Risk Management Enhancing Value In Uncertain Times” and attempts to peer into the future of this discipline,its relation with the recent crisis and how it can be used by firms to create sustainable competitive advantage.
RFGI is an Ahmedabad based NGO that aims to research,promote,and implement various reforms to improve the legal and political process in Gujarat and across India. The event was attended by around 250 young professionals,student politicians,lawyers,senior academicians, NGO-leaders and interested individuals from various walks of life.
Accepting a need to revive the systems in the country Modhwadia said, “The naxalite and the problems in the north east are not problems of law and order but should be taken care of through inclusive planning.”