IIM Bangalore joins fingers with Assam Govt to launch CM’s Young Professional Programme2 min read
The Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM Bangalore) at the moment signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Assam to collectively function the ‘Chief Minister’s Young Professional Programme’ (CMYPP).
The Chief Minister’s Young Professional Programme has been designed by IIM Bangalore and anchored by the college’s Office of Executive Education Programmes. This programme is meant for early profession people with a post-graduate diploma in any area and prepared to work within the district.
It can be a mix of educational and district-based work with a staggered tutorial program spanning 40 days in Guwahati (i.e. off-campus programme).
The first batch of CMYPP will see greater than 65 professionals being recruited collectively by the Assam Government and IIM Bangalore. Upon profitable completion of the two-year programme, the contributors can be awarded a certificates in public coverage and administration by IIM Bangalore.
Further particulars concerning the applying course of and remuneration will quickly be introduced within the coming weeks. The particulars can be obtainable on the official IIM Bangalore web site — iimb.ac.in.
‘This is a singular initiative the place extremely expert individuals will get a possibility to contribute on the grassroots degree in addition to acquire tutorial experience from a prestigious institute like IIM Bangalore. Endeavours akin to these will open the doorways of the federal government to gifted individuals. More detailed bulletins referring to this programme can be made shortly. My because of the staff of IIM Bangalore for partnering with us,” Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, stated.