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IIM Bangalore Launches Health Care Management Course
The Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) has launched a Certificate Programme in General Management for the Health Care professionals in collaboration with Apollo Medskills. The course will be inaugurated on 2-August-2016. The new course received a grand response from the aspirants of health care industry.
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The first batch of the course comprises of 35 students. The candidates are selected on the basis of their profile and fit with mission and objectives of the course. A selection committee has carried out the examination of each and every application.
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The inaugural session starts with an overview of Executive Education Programmes offered by the institute. Mr Madan Mohan Raj, Chief Programme Officer will preside the inaugural session. The lightening of the lamp is followed by the dignitaries after the welcome address. Sangita Reddy, Joint Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals will deliver the inaugural address.
The classes will be conducted by using auxiliary technologies which enable rich interaction between the faculty in Bangalore and participants from pan India. In order to promote experiential learning, field trips will be organised in every module.
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