Hyderabad Business School
The Hyderabad Business School (HBS), a constituent of the GITAM University, is offering admission into two-year full-time MBA programme with dual specialization for the 2013-14 academic year.
HBS dean and director SS Prasada Rao said the school is offering the trimester-based MBA programme with five specializations. The admissions will be conducted based on the HBSAT followed by a group discussion and a personal interview.
The University has three branches at Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam and Bangalore. The HBS campus and hostels are equipped with fully operational high speed Wi-Fi, state-of-art infrastructure and campus facilities.
Last year, almost all the students got paid internships in various organisations across the country”, he said. (The New India Express)
Gitam University is planning to depute five academic teams to reputed corporations and companies to explore synergies and establish partnerships in R&D, internships and placements, according to a press release.
The university plans linkages with industry to make the curriculum industry-relevant and produce more industry-ready students, University Registrar M. Potharaju has said. He was addressing senior faculty members on ‘Expose Industry-2013’ programme held here on Saturday.
The University has identified five academic teams to be deputed to reputed industries. In the initial stage, the teams will interact with major companies in manufacturing, infrastructure, pharmaceuticals, bio-technology and IT sectors. The academic teams will discuss research and development activities, summer internships, joint design and development, management training, industrial visits and placements.
Gitam University has a good relationship with TCS, HPCL, Dr Reddy’s Lab, Japan-based Eisai Pharma, Erricson India, National Shipping Agency and Instruments India Limited and others. The university has established a special R&D wing to offer consultancy works and around 10 assignments are under progress. It is also planning to invite food processing industries to start joint research programmes.
During 2011-12, a total of 106 companies visited the university campus for placements and some companies have shown interest to tie-up with the university. The university is also planning to establish a research centre in Bangalore to conduct research in bio-technology, rural technology and nano technology. It is planning to extend these research facilities to industries. (The Hindu)
Applications are invited by GITAM University, Visakhapatnam for Merit Fellowships 2013
Scholarship Details: Merit fellowships will be awarded to 10% of students of each M.Sc. program @ Rs. 2000/- per month depending upon their performance at the first semester end examinations. Continuation of this fellowship depends on his/her performance in the first year.
Two merit Scholarships will be awarded in the name of Smt. Annapurna and Mr. Nageswara Rao Akkineni to out-going girl students of basic sciences, preferably coming from rural areas, @Rs. 40, 000/- every year.
Eligibility Criteria: Requirement for admission to all science programs is a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in group (optional) subjects in the qualifying examination.
How to Apply: Applications can be downloaded from GITAM website www.gitam.edu
Deadline: April 20, 2013
Further Information: http://www.gitam.edu/GIS/Downloads.aspx?id=243