man Capital Management (Aspire) and Assam Down Town University (ADTU) has signed an MoU to prepare their MBA students through Aspire MBAPro and Aspire ProHire Classic, Aspire’s embedded employability products for Management Education.
Aspire, headquartered in Gurgaon, is employability education firm. ADTU, set-up in 2010 by The Down Town Group, is a multidisciplinary educational institution in the North-East Region, offering over 45 courses across engineering, management, nursing, pharmacy, allied health and hotel management to almost 2000 students from all across the North East as well as Nepal.
Both Aspire and ADTU share the vision to create global employability for students. Through this alliance, Aspire will provide ADTU MBA students with access to MBAPro and train ADTU faculty to deliver Aspire’s syllabus. MBAPro has been built with content provided by Harvard Business Publishing (HBP), the subsidiary of world’s leading Harvard University. MBAPro uses Harvard’s famed “Case Study” approach to learn the art and science of business management. ADTU will use four courses of MBAPro over the two year MBA course beginning academic year 2012-13.
Dr N N Dutta, Chancellor of Assam Down Town University said, “We take pride in joining hands with Aspire; a renowned name in employability education. Through this partnership, we will bring content, certification and faculty development from global educators to students in North East India. We are committed to developing industry-ready talent and this alliance, the first of its kind in North East India, is a big step in this direction.”
Amit Bhatia, Founder & CEO, Aspire Human Capital Management, said “We are delighted to joined hands with Assam Down Town University and are confident that we will make this partnership a resounding success, grooming ADTU MBA students for global employability. Aspire’s adoption of experiential learning, balanced hard and soft skills, learning management system, teacher training, and, global content and certification create India’s leading and hard-to-beat combination for professional MBA education.”