Indian Management Conclave puts spotlight on Rethinking & Rebooting
Indian Management Education
Indian Management Education is in the
midst of massive transformation. Regulatory changes, growth in the Indian
economy, a culture of entrepreneurship and the impact of digital technology
in testing and learning has created unprecedented opportunities. Yet
the sector also faces serious challenges due to unmet stakeholder demands.
The MBA sector has experienced a significant
growth, but corporate and student satisfaction must remain high if the
sector is to flourish. There are, of course, many high quality management
education institutions in India, but institutions at the bottom of the
management education pyramid are often not yet able to meet quality
standards and are characterized by student churn, weak infrastructure
and inexperienced faculty.
Big changes are on the way. India has
attracted the attention of the global management education community,
often seeking partnerships and access to rapidly growing demand. And
the big corporate providers of India Inc., like Bharti Group, Future
Group, NIIT, Educomp and many others are also eagerly joining the management
Amidst this massive change, MBAUniverse.com
held its Indian Management Conclave 2010 on the theme of “Rethinking
& Rebooting the Future of Indian Management Education & Practice”
on August 13-14 in New Delhi.
Leading academic institutions, international
accreditation bodies, industry representatives, management thinkers
& media organizations attended the Conclave.
Conclave received support from many leading B-schools as Conclave partners.
Many knowledge organizations including Harvard Business Publishing,
Yes Bank, Prometric, MINT, Emerald, Annik Research are also supporting
this first of a kind gathering.
To read more about the Conclave Highlights,