Students in MBA and postgraduate diploma courses will soon be taught the success stories of Indian companies such as Infosys, Tata group and Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, according to a new model curriculum for management finalised by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), senior officials familiar with the matter said.
The AICTE, India’s apex advisory body for technical education, had set up committees to revamp the curriculum in order to improve the quality of education in institutes and to make graduates more employable.
“We have classic examples of Indian companies that have done so well and have earned a name globally. Their case studies are also taught in many universities across the country. For instance, we have Infosys, Akshaypatra, ITC’s e-Choupal, among others. We have recommended in the model curriculum that students can be told about their best practices as part of classroom teaching, ” Dr. Bhimaraya Metri, chairman of the committee for the revision of Model Curriculum for Management Program (MBA and PGDM), said.
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source : HT