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IMI, New Delhi signs MoU with Russian Presidential Academy

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IMI, New Delhi join hands with Russia

International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi, a well established management institute, has recently signed a MoU with the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, the biggest federal state-funded institution of higher professional education located in Moscow, Russia.

IMI Delhi has made it a point to rope in RANEPA to bring forth a unique and creative blend in its management illuminating. This is the first MoU for RANEPA with any Indian institute, and IMI is proud to have received this opportunity.

This MoU is important for both the countries as it will promote mutual cooperation in education. IMI Delhi, with the agreement aims to make the management courses more industry relevant and specific, catering to the needs and requirements of the industry from time to time. This strategic partnership will assist the probationer, which can be beneficial to acknowledge the industry players and leaders of the future.

The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) is the largest leading higher education institution in Russia. Its Moscow main campus and 67 branch campuses across 53 regions in Russia provide their services to a total of over 170,000 students. RANEPA is the pioneer institution in introducing MBA and Executive MBA in Russia and trains more than half of MBA students in the country.

On the merger, Dr. Asha Bhandarker, Dean International Relations says, "We are looking forward for understanding right from the global perspective. It would help to change the curriculum in a way which would bring more options for the apprentice to learn more about their profession. This MoU would help to grow more as a leader and to look towards the society and oneself in a global way.

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