Hyderabad, June 20 (Hydnow): Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Hyderabad, an autonomous higher education institute, today inaugurated Abhyuday 2022 – Management Orientation Program (Batch of 2022-24) by P.R. Ramesh, former chairman, Deloitte, India, Independent Director, Nestle India, HDFC and Cipla & Prof. (Dr) K Sriharsha Reddy, Director, IMT, Hyderabad at IMT Hyderabad Campus, Shamshabad.
Abhyuday is two-week long introductory module that intends to prepare students for the management course work in the PGDM Program. The introductory module has been designed by factoring students’ background, diversity and experience.
Abhyuday includes myriad of activities such as Academic orientation sessions, out-of-class activities, team building and icebreaking sessions, skill building workshops, distinguished speaker series by eminent academicians and corporate professionals, interaction with faculty members and senior year students.
Abhyuday 2022 includes Academic orientation sessions, out-of-class activities, panel discussion, distinguished speaker series, Community Connect, Outbound and Team building activities and interaction sessions with faculty and senior year students.
P.R. Ramesh and Prof. (Dr) K Sriharsha Reddy spoke. (Hydnow)
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