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SPJIMR gets $1.63-mn fund for underpivileged

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai 

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The Graduate Management Admission Council, owner of the and the leading membership organisation of graduate business and management schools worldwide, awarded a fund of $ 1.63 million (Rs 8.4 crore) to S P Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR). The grant is to fund the implementation of Abhyudaya a programme through which the first year students mentor underprivileged children in the BMC schools of Mumbai’s K-West Ward.

SPJIMR gets $1.63-mn fund for underpivileged

The Graduate Management Admission Council, owner of the GMAT exam and the leading membership organisation of graduate business and management schools worldwide, awarded a fund of $ 1.63 million (Rs 8.4 crore) to S P Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR). The grant is to fund the implementation of Abhyudaya a programme through which the first year MBA students mentor underprivileged children in the BMC schools of Mumbai’s K-West Ward.

The Graduate Management Admission Council, owner of the and the leading membership organisation of graduate business and management schools worldwide, awarded a fund of $ 1.63 million (Rs 8.4 crore) to S P Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR). The grant is to fund the implementation of Abhyudaya a programme through which the first year students mentor underprivileged children in the BMC schools of Mumbai’s K-West Ward.

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