Aryans Business School,Chandigarh one of the fastest growing Group of Institutions in Chandigarh providing excellent infrastructure for management courses. Our institutions are duly approved by AICTE, New Delhi and are affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jallandhar. Our institutions have recently been affiliated to presitigious Common Admission Test (CAT) in just two years of our inception.
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“Jobs are back again. Job options would increase manifold in coming time because of revival of Indian Economy has started”. This is stated by Mr. Ashok Grover, Renowned HR Consultant and Former Director, HR, Ajay Piramal Group, in a seminar held at Aryans Business School (ABS). The seminar was organized on the topic “Challenges before HR: Revival of Indian Economy”. The event was presided over by Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Institutes (AGOI). Around 350 MBA Students of Aryans Group of Institutes attended the Seminar.
It is to be mentioned that Mr. Ashok Grover is the Ex-Director of Parle Group, Mohan Meakins Group, Hawkins Cookers and lastly Jai Bharat Maruti BM Group.
Mr. Ashok Grover said that companies have started analyzing environment and using techniques like Redesigning Salary Packages, Strategic Cost Cutting etc. Companies are using these techniques to strengthen their talent pool. He also enlightened the students on Professional Value Enhancement Programme and Training Quotient (TQ). He also added that we expect a dramatic upturn and steady climb in the number of job opportunities over the coming years as marketplace is regaining its confidence.
While interacting with the students Wing Cdr. D.P. Sabharwal, Retd. Director, Aero Academy, Chandigarh emphasized on quality of Human Capital and apprised the students about the myths about quality and importance of planning in quality management.
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Aryans Business School,Chandigarh is one of the premier and fastest growing group of management institutions in Punjab.Located in pollution free environment at Village Nepra (Banur) on Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, our institutes have been approved by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to PTU Jallandhar for the 5 management institutes as mentioned below:
1. Aryans Business School
2. Aryans School of Management
3. Aryans Institute of Management
4. Aryans Business School for Women
5. Aryans Institute of Management and Technology
Under the dynamic leadership of Mr.Anshu Kataria, alumnus of University Business School, Punjab University, Chandigarh our institutions are constantly scaling new heights.
You would be glad to know that IIM’s have included Aryans Business School in the list of non IIM members for Common Admission Test (CAT), 2009. We are the second business school after UBS, Punjab University, Chandigarh to get the most presitigious CAT affiliation.
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The major announcements related to education sector in budget 2009-10 are:
- Rs.827 crore allocated for opening one Central University in each uncovered State.
- Rs.2,113 crore allocated for IITs and NITs which includes a provision of Rs.450 crore for new IITs and NITs.
- Rs.50 crore allocated for Punjab University, Chandigarh. Plan allocation for Chandigarh to be suitably enhanced during the year to provide better infrastructure to the people of Chandigarh.
- The overall Plan budget for higher education is to be increased by Rs.2,000 crore over Interim B.E. 2009-10.
Kapil Sibal’s (HRD minister) vision forward of revolutionising the education system (primarily school level) in India and Pranab Mukherjee (Finance Minister) has laid emphasis on the cause of higher education. Finance Minister has announced an increase of Rs 2,000 crore in plan expenditure to Rs 9,596 crore besides other sops especially for students from weaker section of the society.
The Union Budget 2009-10 has declared a scheme to provide full interest subsidy during the moratorium period on education loans taken from scheduled banks for pursuing any of the approved courses of study in technical and professional streams from a recognized institution in India. The scheme will be available to students from economically weaker sections to access higher education.
Information sourced from : SurfIndia,Rupess Times and Rediff
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