Tuesday, June 15, 2010

To induct 100 women candidates

KOCHI: The Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode will induct close to 100 female students this year for its flagship programme�Post Graduate Programme in Management.

It will be the first business school in India to offer about 30 per cent of the seats to female candidates, according to institute Director Debashis Chatterjee. ��We are looking at Indian and global women CEOs who have their origin at IIM-K, he said. The institute aspires to create the first batch of women leaders for global and Indian businesses in the next 15 years

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