By cmani on Mar 30, 2009
I had enrolled in an Executive General Management Programme (EGMP) at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore last year in May 2008. I successfully completed the course last week, and was awarded the certificate.
The course was great, and the courses that I especially liked were Macroeconomics (Prof Shamal Roy), Financial accounting (Prof Padmini Srinivasan), Microeconomics (Prof Ranganathan), Corporate Strategy (Prof. Rishikesha Krishnan). The professors were generally very good, with a wealth of experience and the great atmosphere at IIMB was a added advantage. The books that were given as course material was generally outstanding !!
A few snaps from IIMB:
Apart from Bangalore, there were also off-campus students viewing through video conference from Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Delhi and Mumbai. I made a lot of great friends, and my batch mates for ten months are some of my best buddies now. I met people from different industries, Manufacturing, Pharma, etc and it was a microcosm of the industrial scene in India. I will definitely recommend this to any person who is in the management stream and wants to brush up on management topics. A person who also deserves great mention is Mr Vedi, program assistant, who worked like clockwork and made sure the programme ran very well. Special mention about the great IIMB food, also requires mentioning, I never knew vegetarian food tastes this good