IIM Bodh Gaya - Welcomed 294 Students To Its Phd And MBA Courses

IIM Bodh gaya

The orientation programme of IIM Bodh Gaya was attended by all the new students along with respected guests, faculty members and existing students. The opportunity was used to introduce the new students to the experienced faculty members of the institute.

The MBA programme has 285 students, out of which 60 are female. 146 students are having previous work experience and the average work experience of the batch is 30 months. The MBA batch has students from multiple disciplines like Engineering, Science, Commerce, Management, Language, Law, Dentistry, Fashion Designing, and Pharmacy.

This year, 9 scholars have been admitted to the PhD department at IIM Bodh Gaya. 4 of those scholars are female candidates. They have taken admitted to study subjects such as Operations Management, Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, Strategy, Marketing, and IT.

The institution is extremely proud to have such a diverse group of students this year. When students with different backgrounds and perspectives come together and contribute to classroom discussions and activities, it helps everyone grow and learn more effectively.

The ceremony began with Vedic Chanting and a Bharatnatyam recital of Ganesh Vandana by the students. This was followed by the lighting of the lamp. Dr Prabhat Ranjan, Chairperson of the Admissions Committee, then presented the profiles of the new batches of students.

Prof. Md. Laeequddin, Chairperson of the PhD programme, took the stage next to talk about the PhD programme. Prof. Archana Patro, Chairperson of the PGP, then introduced the MBA programme and described the course curriculum and structure.

The first day of IIM Bodh Gaya’s cultural event was a huge success! Students showcased their talents in dancing, poetry recitation and singing, and the audience was thoroughly engaged. This event provided an opportunity for both our existing and new groups of students to come together and celebrate their culture and diversity. We’re looking forward to more great events like this in the future.

The next speaker of the day, Mr Shashi Sinha, spoke about the importance of having a growth mindset and how problems can be solved by putting in the effort and having a strong desire to succeed. He was followed by Ms Rashi Khanna, who spoke to the students about starting their own businesses and encouraged them to be empathetic.

The third day of the Orientation Programme was graced by many esteemed guests, including Mr Amit Sukhija, CEO of ZestIot, Mr Krishnamurthy Shankar, Executive Vice President and Group Head of Human Resource Development at Infosys, Lieutenant General PS Minhas, Commandant of the Officer’s Training Academy in Gaya, Mr Vinay Ranjan, Director of Personnel for Eastern Coalfields Ltd., and Ms Harpreet Kaur, SSP for Gaya.

The third day also included a session on Case Study Methodology by Prof Krishanu Rakshit, Associate Professor at ICN Business School in France.