IMI Adds Innovation to Education - Launches Management Lab at Indore

Top Quote Indore Management Institute (IMI) boasts world's first Management Lab to train its students in most practical manner. Books are good learning resource, but they are not everything. The latest and practical exposure is the best part of valor. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) July 06, 2011 - Management courses are the most promising education today. Management students are the managers of tomorrow's industries. The business has changed the way it was used to be run a few years back. There are new definitions, new thoughts and new techniques to grow fast and keep growing, so have changed the management courses. Earlier books were the only source of information, but today most of management education is meant to give practical exposure. All the leading management education and training institutes have improved their curriculum and teaching methods to give their students an edge over competition.

    IMI, formerly Indore Management Institute, is the pioneer in management education in Indore, central India. The institute leads the realm in terms of introducing innovation. "our focus behind starting Management Lab was to provide our students an exciting way to learn and experiment together in a team" say Mr. Vivek Tiwari, Dean of IMI, "here we provide a common ground to all our faculty members, students, company professionals to work together and define new sources of competitive excellence" he adds.

    It is true that management students require high level of competitive excellence to achieve high level of success in present day business world where globalization is the buzz word. Students need to learn international level of business standards, and techniques to look at whole world as their field of operation, not a single town or country. Besides, managers need to be trained in multiple skills and activities. They need to be a quick decision maker, efficient worker, good planner, smart presenter, and expert motivator. But, apart from these, a manager needs to be a good family man, both at home and works.

    This is what modern management schools teach to their students. They prepare students with all level of excellence, and this level of competitiveness is not possible without practical training. "This is what our Management Lab is meant for" informs the Dean, "this is what makes our students stand apart in the crowd of pass-outs from any of many other business schools in India" he adds.

    No one can deny the fact that students need to be adept in a new level of management competence that is the demand of today's business. There are thousands of business schools all over India offering MBA, BBA, PGDM and various other management programs for all level of students. But not all of them provide competitive education. All the MBA or BBA aspirants should first check institute's level of competence before joining it. Only practical exposure can make you a winner.

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