Vijaybhoomi in the news

IFIM plans bridge course for students applying for courses abroad

FIM Business School, among India’s top six AACSB-accredited business schools, based in both Bengaluru and Greater Mumbai is launching a bridge programme for Indian under-graduate and postgraduates students.

Author : | Source : Hindu Business Line | Date : 19th June, 2020.
Digital India initiative can solve education related challenges in the Covid 19 crisis

Digital India vision of the Government of India seems to be an instrument in solving situation in present scenario, where every sector is caught in a crisis because of COVID-19. All the business activities have been put to halt. Everyone is talking about economy and GDP. It has badly affected even the education sector.

Author : | Source : Express Computer | Date : 19th June, 2020.
IFIM's Webinar Series: Consumer Laws [16th June- 14th July]

IFIM Law School, Bengaluru is organizing a five-episode webinar series.

Author : | Source : Live Law | Date : 17th June, 2020.
Indian technology and human proctors help sustain global spurt in online exams

Exams have always been nerve-wracking for Ms Jayantika Arora. But the ones the postgraduate marketing and management student took in April were even more so.

Author : | Source : The StraitsTimes | Date : 17th June, 2020.
Covid-19: University supports nearby villages

IN A BID to help villages in and around Karjat, Maharashtra, the faculty and staff of Vijaybhoomi University has distributed survival kits to around 550 families in morethan10neighbouringvillages.

Author : | Source : Financial Express | Date : 8th June, 2020.
Can BSc Data Science take over vanilla BTech/BE

Time to move with the flow as an unprecedented growth will be seen in AI, Machine Learning, E-commerce, Blockchain technology while demand for vanilla engineering degrees will fade out With the heavy usage of Data Analytics and AI to build predictive models for corona patient and infection identification, data scientists will be in high demand in a post-covid world. While this might accelerate the demand for data science courses, the vanilla BE/BTech degrees would need a strong AI component with at least a minor specialisation to help solve real-world problems.

Author : | Source : Times Of India | Date : 3rd June 2020
A revamp needed for MBA 4.0 programme

Management institutions globally are facing major challenges today, which are a function of tectonic shifts in the techno-socio-economic landscape of the world; and the digital revolution occurring in Industry 4.0, ushering in the shift from an industrial to a knowledge economy.

Author : | Source : Hindu Business Line | Date : 1st June 2020