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XLRI launches virtual interactive learning programme in business management and HRM
HRK News Bureau | Bengaluru | Wednesday, 18 October 2017

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The one-year programme also includes a five-day campus stay.

XLRI-Xavier School of Management has announced admission to its Virtual Interactive Learning (VIL) postgraduate certificate programme for business management (Batch-33) and human resource management (Batch-25) courses. These programmes will run through virtual classrooms across 40 study centres in India. The one-year programme includes five days of campus stay at XLRI Jamshedpur.

Applicants need to have minimum two years' work experience (as on October 2017) after completion of graduation (in 10+2+3 format) or equivalent.

The course fee for the PGCBM programme is Rs. 2, 40,000/- and for PGCHRM is Rs. 2, 50,000/- payable in five installments. XLRI provides special discounts for corporate sponsorships as well.

This programme will provide management education to working executives without the need to leave their jobs or cities. The classes will be conducted by XLRI professors through a high-definition video conference-based virtual classroom platform. The course also includes a five-day intensive learning experience called the ‘Campus Component’ at the XLRI campus at Jamshedpur. More than 6500 students have graduated through this programme in the past 15 years.

The participants will be awarded certification along with alumni status at a full-fledged formal graduation ceremony at XLRI, Jamshedpur.

The last date for registering online is 30 October 2017.

Prof. Ram Kumar Kakani, associate Dean of VIL programmes at XLRI commented, ‘XLRI Jamshedpur has the distinction of being the first management institute in India to commence management programmes for working professionals, through its unique VIL methodology. The programmes have been designed for working executives to upgrade their business acumen and hone their managerial skills. This would add value to them personally, as well as professionally in their careers, without leaving their jobs, cities, and families.’

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