Hyderabad, Nov 28 (UNI) The Indian School of Business (ISB) in association with the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA), today hosted a meeting of Deans of business schools in the SAARC region.
The meeting was held to discuss strategies and challenges of business schools in South Asia and improve their practices to match global standards.
ISB Dean M Rammohan Rao said, ''ISB would endeavour to develop management education, philosophy and techniques and share best practices with B-Schools from South Asia.'' He hoped that ISB would have more student exchange programmes with other schools in the SAARC region.
North South University, Bangladesh Vice Chancellor and President AMDISA, Hafiz G A Siddiqui said ''AMDISA is focussing to develop high quality management education in these regions.'' Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan Vice Chancellor Syed Zahoor Hassan said ''AMDISA is a forum for exchanging experiences, learning and ideas. It also plays a key role in nurturing future management leaders.'' UNI