With an objective to learn the education system of India, nine officers of Afghanistan national army visited IIM, Indore on Thursday. “The purpose of the visit was to understand the higher education system followed in India and the infrastructure set up,” IIM Indore media coordinator Ananya Mishra said.
The officers visited the academic block, institute’s learning centre, sports complex, stadium and hostels. Colonel Govardhan Singh leading the group. He said the officers are from ‘Friendly Foreign Countries’, pursuing a course on leadership. He said that IIM Indore is one of the top institutes of the country and the visit will help the officers to understand how management education institutes’ function in India.
IIM Indore director Prof Rishikesha T Krishnan interacted with the officers and discussed various initiatives taken up by the institute along with various recent activities held on the campus.
Col Gururaj Pamidi (retired), chief administrative officer (CAO) of IIM Indore, also briefed them about the courses offered, the facilities available, the infrastructure details and various aspects such as placement statistics, fee structure and admission procedure.
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