MDAE extends its academic collaboration with the Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics for a further three years; offers a PG Diploma in Economics as well as Data Science & Finance
Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics (MDAE), India’s leading postgraduate institute for Economic, Data Analytics, Finance and, Public Policy, has extended its partnership with one of the oldest research institutes for economics, Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics (GIPE), Pune, for the next three academic years. The association aims to further bolster the education sector by making students industry-ready and helping them prepare for jobs in the new-age tech-driven economy.
As a part of the collaboration, MDAE will continue to offer a one-year full-time post-graduation diploma in Economics, and Data Science & Finance to its students in collaboration with GIPE. In addition to joint placement events to be held at both campuses, students from both institutes can participate in research projects led by faculty from both institutions and take advantage of the faculty exchange agreement between the two institutions. They will also get an opportunity to interact with faculty and students of GIPE through the events organized at their campus in Pune.
Speaking about the partnership, Prof. Amlesh Kanekar, Director of Academic Programs, Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics, said, “We are delighted that the collaboration between MDAE and the Gokhale Institute has been extended. Both institutions are determined to strengthen the collaboration further. Students and faculty of both institutions will benefit immensely from this. I believe the collaboration provides MDAE students an excellent opportunity to benefit from their academic association with one of the oldest and most prestigious research and training institutes of Economics in India.”
Located in Mumbai, MDAE is a pioneer in offering best-in-class practical learning experiences and industry exposure. The institute also provides students with high-paying and groundbreaking placement opportunities across industries.