IIM-Ahmedabad Launches Online Certificate Course ‘Understanding Bhagavad Gita’

The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM Ahmedabad) recently launched an online leadership course – Understanding the Bhagavad Gita. The institute said the curriculum will provide opportunities to promote ethical management practices in line with business models, using references from Bhagavad Gita texts.

The program is aimed at professionals and aspiring learners who wish to learn management techniques in the areas of decision making, leadership, motivation, strategic planning, negotiation, persuasion and team building. In order to be able to apply for the course, at least five years of professional experience is required. The registration process is open until November 29th and a fee of Rs 64,000 is payable for the course.

“The program will be in a live online format on the Zoom platform on the 13th. The two-week program will include six sessions per week,” said Krishna Dhamecha, Executive Education IIM Ahmedabad.

values and ethical education are among the key areas to be covered during the program Understand behavioral orientation, leadership skills and self-management with a focus on the Bhagavad Gita, excellence and happiness.

“At the end of the program, the participants receive a certificate of attendance from IIM-A to everyone who meets the 100 percent attendance requirement. The program will be led by Prof. Sunil Maheshwari, who will guide the participants on the impact of the Bhagavad Gita on the corporate world, ”said Dhamecha.

Professor Madhavan B of IIM Bangalore, who wrote an article entitled ‘Lessons on Leadership from the Bhagavad Gita’, said, “Many chapters of the Gita contain interesting references to the quality of leadership. Three interesting ideas when we analyze them carefully. These include – for example, the strong need for leadership, the importance of developing a high level of justice and an understanding of the principle of interdependence. One of the issues that Lord Krishna emphasizes to Arjuna is the question of leadership. “



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