BIMTECH announces scholarship scheme for 2011-13 batch students


3rd of January, 2011 Bookmark and Share
Birla Institute of Management Technology, (also known as BIMTECH) is located in Greater Noida. It was established in 1988 as an educational institution in India. The Institute was established under the aegis of the Birla Academy of Art and Culture. BIMTECH offers full-time PGDM program, Business Management, International Business, Insurance and Risk Management, Retailing and Merchandising Management and Entrepreneurship and Family Business, as well as many executive education programs. Dr. Harivansh Chaturvedi is the Director of this B-school. In B-School ranking done by Wall Street Journal and C-Fore, BIMTECH was ranked 7th in all private B-Schools in India.
With the aim to make MBA education all inclusive and to motivate and attract meritorious students into management education, BIMTECH has announced the BK Birla and Dr. Sarala Birla Scholarship.
This scholarship from BIMTECH offers a unique opportunity for meritorious students. The scholarship will be offered to 33 students across different post graduate programmes, which amount to Rs. 1 crore for the year 2011. A total of 13 students will be offered 50% tuition fee waiver and 20 students will be offered 30% tuition fee waiver.
The scholarship committee will be strictly offering this scholarship to bright candidates from economically weak backgrounds on the basis of CAT percentile and excellent academic record in the order of merit at the time of admission. Interested students can visithttp://www.bimtech.ac.in/admission/pages/scholarship to know more details about the eligibility criteria to apply for the scholarship.
The Birla Institute of Management Technology (BIMTECH) was established in 1988, under the aegis of the Birla Academy of Art and Culture and supported by the Birla Group of Companies.
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