This was propagated through a communication program for both internal and external stakeholders, kicked off by a presentation by Mr. Sanjay Padode to all faculty, staff and students.
'Spirit' is the soul of organization and 'Values' are the guiding principles, Mr. Sanjay Padode mentioned. He emphasized on IFIM's idea of 'Continuous Employability' (as against just 'Employment'), which is possible only when the individuals realize their true potential, so that they continuously add value to society. It enhances confidence to convert opportunities, which makes one sought after by employers.
Moving to IFIM's Values- 'GURU' he said that a guru is one who ignites the fire to learn and is highly inspirational.
The IFIM's 'Spirit & Values' are aimed at nurturing a team-spirit and bonding amongst all IFIM stakeholders for working towards a common goal and vision, he mentioned at the end of his address and conveyed a big Thanks to all who contributed to the discussion and were part of this session.
Note: To know about the origin of this unique concept of creating "SPIRIT & VALUES" for IFIM, the publication house can get in touch with Prof. Anand Narasimha, Dean-Planning & Development on Tel: (M) 9945033003 (O) 080-41432878 or write to him on firstname.lastname@example.org
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About IFIM Business School, Bangalore: IFIM was founded in the year 1995 with it's first batch of students graduating in 1997. Over the years it has grown to be amongst the top business schools in India. In recent times, IFIM Business School has taken a number of initiatives in collaborating with leading academic, research and corporate organizations, for conducting executive education, corporate training, research & consulting. It is one of the few private management institutes that have been approved to offer a Ph.D program in Management by VTU. IFIM has been ranked the No. 1 Private B- School in Bangalore by OUTLOOK magazine in it's Sep 2011 issue. for details on programs and short term courses pl log on to www.ifimbschool.com