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December 29, 2015 | Editorial

FORE School ties up with European Institute for Asian Studies Luxembourg, for collaborative research

FORE School ties up with European Institute for Asian Studies Luxembourg, for collaborative research

FORE School of Management, New Delhi and European Institute for Asian Studies - EIAS,Luxembourg signed an MOU for collaborative research, publication, exchange of resources for research projects in the areas of corporate social responsibility, social policy, environment, international cooperation and development. The MOU was signed by Dr Jitendra K Das, Director, FORE School of Management, New Delhi and Mr. Axel Goethals, CEO, European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS).

The European Institute for Asian Studies (EIAS) is a leading Luxembourg - based Think Tank and Policy Research Centre, which provides a platform for the promotion of dialogue and understanding between the European Union and Asia on affairs of strategic regional and global importance, thereby ensuring in depth, comprehensive research and information exchange.

FORE School of Management, New Delhi one of the leading business schools in India, apart from it’s most sought-after program PGDM & PGDM in International Business Management, offers PhD programs in all the functional areas of management such as Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Organizational Behavior & Human Resource, Information Technology, Quantitative Techniques & Operations Management, Economics & Business Policy, International Business and Communications.

The framework of the doctoral program at FORE aims at cutting-edge research that is academically rigorous and highly relevant to the current demands of rapidly changing Business and Economic Environment. Recently FORE was awarded the “Business School with Best Academic Input (Syllabus) in Human Resources”. This MOU will provide impetus to the research activities at FORE besides providing a platform for research cooperation between the two institutions.

“The demand in skills and the complexity of business is growing manifold. Knowledge of global business environment and international policies will be business critical factor. In order to have a competitive edge in this disruptive environment one has to move on from local to ‘glo-cal’ business understanding”, mentioned Dr. Jitendra K Das, Director, FORE School of Management, New Delhi.

FORE boasts of a 100 plus list of respectable organizations for campus placements. MNCs like Tecnova, Renewable Woods, Michael Page International, Honeywell, Royal Bank of Scotland, Pitney Bowes, Deloitte, Thomas Cook, TNS Global, Continental Corporation recruits from FORE. An International Immersion program is a part of the course, familiarizes students with global policies, practices, and cultures as they visit &interact with global organizations.For batch that will pass out in 2016, several students have been offered over Rs. 14 lacsp.a package with the average CTC being Rs. 8.2 lacs.

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