Thursday, April 28, 2011

Executive MBA for Working Professionals


Punjab Technical University (PTU) has launched an industry-linked Executive MBA program in partnership with its first School of Excellence, PTU’s Gian Jyoti School of TQM and Entrepreneurship at Mohali.
Complimenting PTU’s Gian Jyoti School of TQM, Mr Suresh Kumar, Principal Secretary, Technical Education, Punjab, remarked that the programme is an important step in Punjab’s initiative of developing this region as a veritable knowledge economy and taking it to the next level of excellence by empowering its working professionals in various industries and businesses.
The Executive MBA shall, not only enhance managerial and leadership capabilities of working professionals but more importantly, contribute to bringing competitive advantage to their organizations, pointed out Mr. Keshav Sachdev, former Managing Director, DCM Engineering, during his talk on “Developing Competitive Advantage”.
Mr. Chandra Mohan, Chairman of the School’s governing council, who has been effectively spearheading the Total Quality movement in this region, said that there could be no better timing for the launch of this programme since global competitiveness is becoming increasingly critical for Indian industry.
For this region, Executive MBA programme is a trend-setting and life-changing opportunity for working professionals, said Dr. Buta Singh, Dean Academics of PTU. The School, with its strong linkages with industry, was ideally suited to launch this unique program of PTU, he added.
CEO of the School, Mr. Manish Trehan, informed that this India-specific but globally relevant Executive MBA Programme for working graduates has been designed with a lot of industry inputs. The classes for this 4-semester, application-focused program, will be held over weekends or in the evenings, and will cause no dislocation of career, family life or income for the students.
Admission for July 2011 batch is open to graduates in any field from a recognized university with at least two years work experience on the date of enrolment, for which admission form can be downloaded from the School’s website, www.tqmbizschool.org.
Mr. J.S. Bedi, Chairman, Gian Jyoti Institute of Management and Technology, called upon the companies to join hands with the School in this pioneering initiative and sponsor their employees in order to convert them into useful assets.
PTU's Gian Jyoti Institute of TQM & Entrepreneurship is the first School of Excellence and a constituent unit of Punjab Technical University. Formally launched by President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam in December 2003, the School has successfully spearheaded the quality movement in the region. It runs several short-term executive development and certification programmes for corporates, and B.Tech. in Industrial Engineering and Management (with specialization in TQM) for working diploma holders. The School has also instituted the North-West QualTech Awards for recognizing organizations that have achieved extraordinary results in Quality Improvement. 

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