[Official] The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women | Admissions 2020

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The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women is an 18-month post-graduate programme in management for women, which integrates management practice with the liberal arts, thinking and communicating with impact and personal growth tracks. Admissions for the Class of 2020-21 are open. Reach out to us for any queries.

 

Apply here- www.vedicascholars.com/register

 

Admissions Team contact details: info@vedicascholars.com/+91-9643984938

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Vedica successfully completed 100% placement for the Class of 2018-19 in the month of January. Here's a quick snapshot of some of our returning recruiters, new companies on campus and salaries for the batch.

Read the full report here: https://vedicascholars.com/placements-for-2019

Think Vedica for MBA PLACEMENTS.

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 Vidushi Bhalla began charting her corporate career path through stints with KPMG and AT Kearney. After spending four years in management consulting, she felt it was time to accelerate her career. A 97 percentile score in CAT got her calls from premium B-schools in the country. In a candid conversation, Vidushi talks about why she chose Vedica over some of these traditional MBA programmes. Read here-  https://vedicascholars.com/diaries-details.php?id=8&fbclid=IwAR2GEzxOQuDWpAWhKOU7hAPlWDEJDhfEN7j8jM2FZXqi6DBVlgREEEGt5HE 

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Vedica is now accepting applications for its 6th batch. Start your application here - https://www.vedicascholars.com/register

About the Programme: The Vedica Scholars Programme for Women is a full-time 18-month programme in management practice and leadership. It combines management practice with courses in liberal arts, communication and personal growth to prepare women for thriving careers at the modern workplace.

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Looking at businesses from an economical, political and sociological lens will help you think critically, strengthen your social and cultural analysis; and will equip you with tools to come up with innovative solutions to complex business issues.

As part of Vedica's liberal arts track, you will be exposed to courses like micro and macroeconomics, comparative politics, sociology, history, psychology, women’s studies, development, international relations, and public policy -- taught by world-class faculty. Read more about our curriculum  here - https://vedicascholars.com/structure 

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 Elevate your career with Vedica !


Shoutout to all ambitious young women who are looking to build a strong foundation for their careers with Vedica's re-imagined curriculum - a unique combination of management practice along with courses in liberal arts, thinking & communication and personal growth.

We are excited as the 6th batch of Vedica Scholars commences in 2020. Don't miss the unique opportunity to achieve a fulfilling career.


 Apply Now- www.vedicascholars.com

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It's time we bring change .

Would you like to shatter the glass ceiling & unlock your true potential?

Vedica Scholars Programme for Women is an immersive, 18-month long experience for women in the world of management practice, liberal arts, communication and personal growth.

Shockingly, over 19 million women have dropped out of the Indian workforce in the last decade.

Let’s change these statistics. Let’s lead the change.

Become a Vedica Scholar  today - www.vedicascholars.com

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“I thought I was meant for a lifelong career in travel journalism, but the support and mentorship I received during 18 months at Vedica compelled me to explore my full potential. After spending an exceptional year at global diplomacy firm Albright Stonebridge Group, exploring avenues in government & commercial policy, I am now working in an internal strategy role at McKinsey & Company, India! Thank you Vedica for helping me think larger than life”

-Siya Sood, Founding Class Scholar
Fellow - Strategic Initiatives, McKinsey & Company, India


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#PlacementsAtVedica

“My journey with Vedica has been a roller-coaster ride. From working on more than seven projects simultaneously, meeting absolutely inspiring professors, to living independently in a hostel and making life-long friends, it has been a phenomenal experience.

I was always a team worker and felt confident leading a team as well. I joined Vedica to hone my analytical skills and problem-solving ability. Now that I'm graduating, I feel I have learnt and absorbed so much more in these 18 months - I feel ready to take on the world!" - Isbah Ajaz, Vedica Scholar (Class of 2018).

Isbah is now working with KPMG India as a Business Associate. Wishing her an amazing journey ahead!

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#PlacementsAtVedica

"The process of selection at Nestle India Ltd. was intensive. But I was adequately prepared to handle this right from Term 1 at Vedica. The course 'Understanding the Self' helped me build my pitch to the recruiters; the case study workshops were instrumental in structuring my narrative; my shadow mentor Gunjan Soni (Head, Jabong; Chief Marketing Officer, Myntra) gave me much-needed clarity on industry preferences and without Ankur Warikoo’s guidance it would have been a rough journey 😊. I'm excited to be working with one of the biggest FMCG companies in the world." - Ishwarya Thirumalai (Vedica Scholar, Class of 2018, placed with Nestlé)

A computer engineering graduate, Ishwarya worked as a software developer for six months before she realised that sales and marketing was her calling. Prior to joining Vedica, she worked in sales for 3.5 years and also co-founded a start-up in the logistics space. She is now working with Nestlé as a Sales Executive Trainee.

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What are the latest placement stats?

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The Class of 2017-18 has had a great placement season. The highest salary offered was INR 18.46 Lakhs, a 50 per cent increase from last year. Average Salary - INR 9.2 Lakhs. Top recruiters: Nestle, Deloitte, OYO, EY, KPMG, Airtel Payments Bank, Western Digital. Read the placement report here- https://vedicascholars.com/placements-for-2018

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