MBA students of TERI University launch their first quarterly newsletter “Connect”. The newsletter would serve as an information sharing tool to reach out to the corporate sector, academia, TERI alumni and the general public.
TERI University is the torch bearer in delivering relevant programs focused on sustainability. The two MBA programs – of Business Sustainability and Infrastructure – were started in their present forms less than three years back.
“The clamor for sustainable and ethical practices and for attending to the societal concerns has become increasing vocal from all the stakeholders. The MBA (Business Sustainability) program of TERI University is unique in the sense that it trains students to bring this necessary perspective of sustainability in management practices, the importance of which is being steadily appreciated in the corporate sector.
Similarly, MBA (Infrastructure) program is one of its kind in the country covering a gamut of issues in Infrastructure, the development of which is so critical for the growth of the country. The programs leverage TERI’s extensive knowledge capital in sustainability and infrastructure issues to instill a deep sense of social, environmental and ethical consciousness among the students”, says Prabir Sengupta, Chairman, MBA Programs, TERI University & Distinguished Fellow, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi.
The editors of this pioneering newsletter – Akanksha Jain & Kaveri Ghosh, MBA Infrastructure, 2010-12, see this as the first step towards reaching one and all, the first attempt to bring to the forefront the initiatives of the MBA fraternity, and finally the first move to seal the gap and connect all.
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