IIM Bangalore is dedicated to producing leaders and changemakers in addition to managers. Education is essential in every aspect of life. The institute’s emblem, “tejasvi navadhitamastu,” which means “let our study be enlightening,” best captures the spirit of IIMB. It serves as a window into your own growth, enlightenment, and talent discovery. President of India Droupadi Murmu stated, “Your vision and mission are the noblest, which will allow you to be a robust force of change and rectitude,” on October 26, 2023, at the opening of IIM Bangalore’s Golden Jubilee Foundation Week, according to the release.
Attendees at the occasion, which took place at IIMB’s Bannerghatta Road campus, included the four deans, former and present faculty members, students, and staff from the institute in addition to Devi Prasad Shetty, head of the board of governors at IIM Bangalore, and director Rishikesha T. Krishnan. According to the statement, IIM Bangalore is commemorating its 50th anniversary with a lavish Foundation Week that includes a variety of events.
The Indian President commended IIMB for taking on national issues and promoting job creation and economic progress. The institute’s innovation and entrepreneurship through NSRCEL, its worldwide recognition in the Positive Impact Ratings, the events and programs held to commemorate “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”—75 years of India’s independence—the Data Center and Analytics Lab (DCAL) and its effects on the business and economy, and IIMB’s digital learning initiatives were among the many topics she covered in her speech. With MOOCs, you are assisting students who are unable to enter the mainstream knowledge economy by acting as a bridge to the digital divide, she said.
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