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IIM Shillong�s Int�l exchange programme

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SHILLONG, March 22 - Indian Institute of Management, Shillong inaugurated its International Student Exchange Programme, on Tuesday with Mandalay University, Myanmar. The course titled �Refresher Course in Management� is spread over a duration of 10 days and aims to facilitate MBA students to understand management through a renewed perspective in tandem with the changing global scenario.

The programme was inaugurated by the chief guest, Falguni Rajkumar, chairman, Board of Governors, IIM Shillong. The session was addressed by Prof Amitabha De, director, IIM Shillong who thanked the Ministry of External Affairs and Consul General, Mandalay, Myanmar for their support in establishing and facilitating the programme.

Dr Naliniprava Tripathy, coordinator of Mandalay University Programme said, �We look forward to more such exchanges with premier Universities and Business Schools across the globe.�

A memorandum of understanding with Mandalay University is in process to give this programme a permanent shape and facilitate research initiatives and faculty-student exchanges in the coming years, a press release said.

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IIM Shillong�s Int�l exchange programme

SHILLONG, March 22 - Indian Institute of Management, Shillong inaugurated its International Student Exchange Programme, on Tuesday with Mandalay University, Myanmar. The course titled �Refresher Course in Management� is spread over a duration of 10 days and aims to facilitate MBA students to understand management through a renewed perspective in tandem with the changing global scenario.

The programme was inaugurated by the chief guest, Falguni Rajkumar, chairman, Board of Governors, IIM Shillong. The session was addressed by Prof Amitabha De, director, IIM Shillong who thanked the Ministry of External Affairs and Consul General, Mandalay, Myanmar for their support in establishing and facilitating the programme.

Dr Naliniprava Tripathy, coordinator of Mandalay University Programme said, �We look forward to more such exchanges with premier Universities and Business Schools across the globe.�

A memorandum of understanding with Mandalay University is in process to give this programme a permanent shape and facilitate research initiatives and faculty-student exchanges in the coming years, a press release said.