Bengaluru: State-run Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore (IIM-B) is offering a certificate programme in general management for health care professionals in partnership with Apollo Medskills, the B-school said on Monday.
“The course begins on Tuesday with an overview of the executive education by chief program officer Madan Mohan Raj and an address by Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd joint managing director Sangita Reddy,” the institute said in a statement here.
The B-school has selected 35 professionals for the first batch on the basis of their profile and fit with the programme’s mission and objectives.
“The selection committee has ensured an adequate batch diversity in terms of the professional’s background and experience in the field,” the statement noted.
The programme’s faculty directors V. Rajluxmi Murthy and Shankar Venkatagiri and Apollo Mediskill’s chief executive Pulijala Srivinivasa Rao will address the occasion.
“The programme will be delivered at the campus, while classes in Bengaluru will be conducted in synchronous mode, using two-way video and audio along with auxiliary technologies,” the statement noted.
The programme includes field trips in every module to facilitate experiential learning.