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Tie-up:Professor S.R.M. Sokkalingam, Chairman, Versatile Business School, Amit Bhatia, CEO and founder member, Aspire Human Capital Management, and Ms. D.T. Roshini, Director, Versatile Business School at the MoU signing ceremony.
Tie-up:Professor S.R.M. Sokkalingam, Chairman, Versatile Business School, Amit Bhatia, CEO and founder member, Aspire Human Capital Management, and Ms. D.T. Roshini, Director, Versatile Business School at the MoU signing ceremony.

Versatile Business School (VBS), one of the premier B-Schools in South India, signed a MoU with Aspire Human Capital Management, aleading firm engaged in embedded employability education and skills development on ‘MBAPro' programme, at a function held at the Versatile Business School premises at Egmore.

This MBAPro™ programme is a course content provided by Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) for Aspire, which allows the VBS students to access and experience the powerful case method pedagogy used in Harvard Business Schools' curriculum.  By signing this MoU, VBS becomes the first business school in Southern India and a handful in the country which offer MBAPro programme to its graduates.

“Our specially designed courses thus impart knowledge and training which helps in developing multiple skills. In short, VBS strives to groom future market leaders in different areas of management,” said Professor S.R.M. Sokkalingam, Chairman, Versatile Business School.

Committed to contribute to the advancement of Management Education, VBS prepares its students to develop professional approach in handling various business issues.  Amit Bhatia, CEO and founder member, Aspire Human Capital Management says: “We have kept MBAPro Programmes in focus to provide all students with the best quality and platform.”

Ms. D.T. Roshini, Director, Versatile Business School said, “ Our rigorous training modules viz. innumerable seminars, presentations, case study analysis, management games, periodic interactions with the experts from industry/academics and substantial industrial visits enable the graduates to understand and practise the management concepts well in the actual work place.”

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