Great Lakes Institute of Management Chennai
Great Lakes Institute of Management (GLIM) http://www.greatlakes.edu.in is a premier business school in India.In short span of time it has moved amongst the top 10 business schools in India. This has been mainly because of its best in class faculty from best business schools in the world and its industry connections.
It was founded in 2004 by Bala V. Balachandran, a professor at Kellogg School of Management with its first campus in Chennai. Great Lakes’ second campus started functioning in Delhi NCR from 2011. Great Lakes offers full time and executive post graduate programmes in management. Great Lakes was accredited by AMBA,one of the three main global accreditation bodies, in 2014.
To become the leading management institution in India providing Quality Education at an affordable cost and build Human Capital for Emerging Economies.
To become A Centre of Excellence in fostering managerial leadership and entrepreneurship in the development of human potential through quality research, teaching, residential learning and professional management services.
Post Graduate Program in Management – PGPM
Post Graduate Diploma in Management – PGDM
Great Lakes has two campuses, one on the outskirts of Chennai and one in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR.
Admissions Website : http://www.greatlakes.edu.in
Bharathidasan Institute of Management
Bharathidasan Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli http://bim.edu or BIM-Trichy is one of the top Indian business schools, established in 1984 in Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India. The school offers AICTE approved full-time MBA program, doctoral programs, and many executive education programs. The college is consistently ranked among the top 20 Business Schools of the country ever since its inception
A twentieth century Tamil poet, Bharathidasan was born in Puducherry (earlier Pondicherry) as Subburathinam. He was deeply influenced by the Tamil poet and freedom fighter, Mahakavi Subramania Bharathi, who mentored him and hence named himself Bharathidasan. A participant in the Indian independence movement, he opposed the British and the French. He was imprisoned for voicing his views against the French Government that was ruling Pondicherry at that time. A poet in his own right, writing mostly on socio-political issues like caste, women’s liberation and rationalism, Bharathidasan was one of the key figures in the Dravidian rationalist movement. He was called ‘Puratchi Kavingyar’ by the great rationalist leader and social reformer, Periyar E V Ramaswami.
He remained a prolific writer and poet till he died in 1964. He was awarded the Sahitya Academy Award posthumously.
One among his famous lines is ‘Arivai virivu sei, agandamakku’ meaning “Expand Knowledge – make it universal”. Named after this great poet, it has been BIM’s endeavor to expand and universalize knowledge.
Master of Business Administration – MBA
Bharathidasan Institute of Managemen Address MHD Complex, BHEL Campus, TIRUCHIRAPPALLI – 620 014
Admission Website ; http://bim.edu