“Data is the oil of the 21st century and analytics is the combustion engine.”
PGDM - Big Data Analytics is one of its kind program designed to create data-savvy managers in this technology-driven digital world.
Watch our Director, Dr Ajit Parulekar, give an insight into the PGDM - Big Data Analytics course and the prospects it has - https://youtu.be/t3kcyJadkAU?t=70
The Banking Insurance and Financial Service, combined acts as the backbone of the financial sector. Therefore, understanding the nuances of this sector along with learning management skills, is of utmost importance for those who aspire to build a career in this field.
Watch Professor, Dr Manju Tripathi, elucidate about the PGDM- Banking Insurance and Financial Service program of GIM and the prospects it has using this link - https://youtu.be/oKdiTaFwQ64
The unprecedented events that the pandemic brought has made the world understand the significance of the healthcare sector.
This makes it all the more important to have professionals skilled with the knowledge of management as well as healthcare.
Therefore, if you are someone who is interested in the dynamic world of healthcare, then watch Dr Kheya Furtado, Professor, GIM, explain the various job opportunities in healthcare sector using this link - https://youtu.be/tLQwoDuql74
can i apply today for hcm as first preferrence or only achievers round people can apply before 30th november??
A gentle reminder that the First Mover Round closes today in a few hours i.e. 30th November, 2020 at 11.59 P.M.
Differentiating factor between all the rounds is the application fee. First Mover Round has the lowest application fee amount.
Therefore, apply as soon as possible by clicking on the link: https://forms.gim.ac.in/
Watch this video to get insights about the courses offered: https://youtu.be/nsb1Ys9N2HU
If I apply to Achievers Round, and don't get profile based call, will I be considered for regular round and do I have to apply again for regular round?
With just a day left for the CAT 2020, here are some last-minute tips for the D-day:
•Avoid studying new topics
•Revise important formulas
•Sleep well the night before
•Be calm and relaxed
•Follow social distancing at all times
We wish you all the very best for your CAT examination tomorrow.
Please adhere to the guidelines and stay safe.