Second IIM set to get a woman head

IIM Bodhgaya is likely to be the second centrally funded B-school to have a woman director.

By Our Special Correspondent
  • Published 30.01.18
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New Delhi: IIM Bodhgaya is likely to be the second centrally funded B-school to have a woman director.

The appointment committee of the cabinet is learnt to have cleared the name of Vinita Sahay, a professor from IIM Raipur, to head the three-year-old institute.

In February 2017, Prof. Neelu Rohmetra was appointed director of the Indian Institute of Management, Sirmaur, becoming the first woman to head an IIM since the first of the 20 B-schools was established in 1961.