Friday, November 10, 2006

IIM Calcutta online programmes do better than the likes offered by XLRI...

Or is it that perhaps the esteemed administrators at IIMs hope that critics would have forgotten how, not many months back, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta and IIM Kozhikode trampled over each other in their much sophomoric hurry to sign distance education agreements with a private education service provider, DiRECWAY Global? How successful was that? Well, the answers don’t seem to be coming. When questioned by B&E on the IIM-NIIT venture, Amarnath Krishnaswamy, Head (Corporate Communication), IIM Bangalore, expounded, “I don’t know the intricacies of the tie-up; it’s just a training programme that goes a ‘little beyond’...” And when questioned by B&E on the revenue objective, Professor Anindya Sen, Dean, IIM Calcutta, championed that while “IIM Calcutta online programmes do better than the likes offered by XLRI..., the revenue part is something that we don’t want to discuss.” And that’s where lies the most killing anomaly, which is the ostensible reasoning of teaching more students.

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Source : IIPM Editorial, 2006, Arindam Chaudhuri's (Dean of IIPM) Initiative

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