BRIDGE School Holds Second Graduation Day
The graduating students included professionals working in multinationals, Indian conglomerates as well as entrepreneurs with an experience range of 2-15 years
Mr Suresh Narayanan, Chairman, Nestle India & Dean Bibek Banerjee felicitating students.
BRIDGE School of Management held its second graduation day on 19 December, where graduates of the Predictive Business Analytics Program and the Post Graduate Program in Management were felicitated.
The graduating students included professionals working in multinationals, Indian conglomerates as well as entrepreneurs with an experience range of 2-15 years.
“BRIDGE School provides tangible take-aways that are relevant, comprehensible and transparent to our students,” said Dean Bibek Banerjee, while addressing the audience.
“We minimize the abstract and maximize the practical skills and competencies needed to successfully affect the next turning point in their career progression,” he added.
In two years, BRIDGE School has expanded its portfolio with project management, certified by Northwestern University, US, and the national launch of online programs like digital marketing and data analytics. The predictive business analytics program, offered in collaboration with Northwestern University, has been ranked 6th nationally and 2nd in north India. The Bridge School of Management, set up in October 2013, is a joint venture between HT Media Ltd. and Apollo Global Inc.
Ranked 4th nationally and 2nd in North India by the Analytics India Magazine, the industry driven Analytics program is designed in association with Northwestern University to train you in applying analytical tools to real-world business contexts.Read more
Endorsed by leading corporates and co-created with inputs from the industry stalwarts, Management programs at Bridge are aimed at equipping you with the best skillset and give you an edge over others when you step out into the real corporate world.Read more
Our programs enable corporates to invest in education and encourage employees to upgrade their competencies. This improves the employee’s engagement with their organisation and lowers attrition.Read more