Darwin’s rule of the survival of the fittest stands highlighted in todays competitive business enviornment. Management education has been conventionally aimed at producing the ‘fittest’ managers who would excel in professional life. Amidst the over focused goals of producing professional front runners, the importance of basic human values is often overlooked, if not forgotten. As a proud torch bearer of classical eastern values, Rashtriya Shikshan Mandal looks at management education not only as a means of producing professionally competent managers, but also citizens with high human values. The global economy has opened numerous opportunities to the management graduates. These opportunities, however, have come with a lot of challenges.
This changing business scenario calls for management graduates with high professional and human capabilities. We aim to inculcate both these values in the young minds of the aspiring managers.
I wish all of you a great time ahead at CDGIMS.
Dr. Vijay Doiphode