GIM commences admissions for PGDM 2022-24; seat intake increased from 480 to 540
~ The new batch of 2022 – 24 will see 540 students embark on a learning journey with the prestigious management school across its various programmes ~
Mumbai : Leading B-school Goa Institute of Management (GIM) has increased its seats intake from 480 to 540 seats. The new batch of 2022 – 24 will see 540 students embark on a learning journey with the prestigious management school across its various programmes.
“After 11 years we are increasing the intake capacity of our flagship PGDM programme from 240 to 300. The total number of students we will be taking in for all our full-time PGDM programs this year will be a little over 540 students, up from 480 last year,” confirmed Ajit Parulekar, Director, GIM.
GIM offers multiple programmes which include the Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) which is the B-school’s flagship programme, the Post Graduate Diploma in Healthcare Management (PGDM (HCM) as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Big Data Analytics (PGDM (BDA). With the aim of developing future-ready, data-fluent managers who are fully prepared to handle the next stage of data-driven decision making, the PGDM-BDA was established. In 2020 GIM introduced Post Graduate Diploma in Management in Banking Insurance Financial Services (PGDM – BIFS)
Applications for admission for the academic year of 2022-24 commenced on 7th October and will continue until early-January of 2022.
GIM’s teaching – learning process is unique. While the 75+ core faculty members, with their strong credentials, strive to apply innovative techniques, the visiting faculty members, drawn from the industry and leading MBA colleges, ensure that the course is in sync with latest industry requirements. Loaded with modern learning tools and resources, GIM is at par with leading MBA colleges in India and abroad.
After having virtual classes for over a year due to the pandemic, the management school has now commenced classes in a blended mode and has students back on campus. Students have to be fully vaccinated and submit a vaccination certificate, negative RT-PCR test report and sign an undertaking to follow quarantine norms as well as covid protocols prior to returning to campus.
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