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Painting is but another word of feeling, it thoroughly transcends the subject and moves into the realm of inevitable. At AIMS, the AIMS school of business - MBA in collaboration with Veer foundation organized one day painting competition across the campus inviting the PG students to " Paint the town red" And express their visuals on the paper with beautiful colors themed on "peace". The collections at the end of the day was truly a visual treat to eyes. Happy that the home department bagged all the prizes☺ # keep learning and keep growing # AIMERS # AIMS school of business # MBA & PGDM
Industrial visit is an important part of a professional. Students visit companies and get an insight into the internal working environment of the company. It sensitises students to the practical challenges that organisations face in the business world. AIMS School of Business organised an industrial visit to Vietnam for the students.
For a synchronous learning, global collaboration is much needed. One such attempt was made by AIMS INSTITUTES on 19 November, 2019 to bring in Ms. Dawn Anderson, spokeswoman from Glasgow Caledonian University, UK visited to explore the faculty and student exchange plausibility at under graduate and post graduate levels. Akul balaji, who happens to be the brand ambassador of IEG who actually facilitated this rendezvous made the event more lively and interesting to the crowd. #MBA # AIMS INSTITUTES
Is artificial intelligence replacing human just another communal myth than meets the eye? What is on the table for the millennials staring at Human relationship management as opposed to human resources management division? These are the few touch points that we AIMERS, from the AIMS School of Business had all ears to an inquisitive talk by a fairly specialist from the same industry. These collaborative learnings help us to expand our knowledge bandwidth of the industry and thus filling in the industry-academia gaps.