From the Director's Desk

FROM THE DIRECTOR’S DESK

 

Welcome to GHS-IMR

 

"I am looking at a strategic achiever inside you who is full of innovative ideas and untapped vast potential. Take your competence and confidence to higher level of achievement. Meet the achiever inside you, come to GHS-IMR".

Congratulations. You have just taken the first step to reaching your full potential by landing on our website.

The college education is a milestone towards an inspiring and rewarding career. Enrolling in a PGDM (equivalent to MBA) at GHS-IMR offers you the chance to build the foundations needed for that exciting future. In an ever changing world you need the college to be dynamic, deliver world-class education with the finest facilities and to have teachers who excel in their disciplines both as educators and researchers. GHS-IMR will provide you exactly the same.

A highly qualified and dedicated team of faculty members with a strong sense of commitment to social causes, passion for teaching students with optimism ensures that students not only learn to make a world of material thing but more importantly they learn to make world of difference which is driven by knowledge and values. Our excellent placement record confirms this, as companies pick our students repeatedly with great satisfaction. Our world class infrastructure, industry specific curriculum & collaboration and international exchange programs fuel the competitive professional environment at GHS-IMR.

I am confident that our inputs will help you tremendously as you navigate through the cold, deep and rough water of future. Hence, self-confidence developed, sharpened critical thinking skills, love for learning and desire to make the world a better place are, what will determine their success as Late Prof. C. K. Prahlad once said that we must make India a land of "next practices” not a land of "best practices”.

So browse the site fully and begin your academic journey, an adventure we look forward to sharing with you.

 

Dr. (Prof.) Rakesh Premi

Director