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IIM admits 146 students

Shillong, July 4: The Indian Institute of Management Shillong today welcomed its seventh batch comprising 146 students.

The intake of students by IIM Shillong has increased compared to previous years.

At the induction ceremony, Anjan Ghosh, vice-president (TMQ), Exide Industries, spoke about the challenges India is currently facing. He stressed the opportunities available for managers, entrepreneurs and the scope for improvement through dynamic leadership.

IIM Shillong director professor Amitabha De spoke on the “uniqueness” that the institute has in its pedagogy and pointing out the positive behavioural change it tries to inculcate in its students through education.

“The aim of education is to have humility in your conduct, passion in your lives and inclusiveness in your thinking and most importantly strive to be a good human being,” he said.

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