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TASMAC to start 2-yr management course at its Mumbai campus

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Bangalore, Sep 14 (UNI) TASMAC, pioneers and leaders in British Management Education in India, has plans to start a two-year part-time management course at its Mumbai campus next year, its Chairman and Managing Director Dr Giri Dua informed today.

Speaking to newspersons here, he said the TASMAC Bangalore Campus, validated by the University of Wales and which hitherto offered only management programmes, would also offer MSc in Information Systems, MA in Journalism, MA in Public Relations, MA in Advertising and BA (Hons) in Business Administration programme from this acadamic year.

The Rs seven crore new Bangalore facility, inaugurated today by British Council Director Rode Pryde, would also offer IT and Media programmes in addition to other courses, he added.

Dr Dua said the student strength in the three TASMAC campuses in the country -- Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata -- would be increased further in the coming years.

He said the TASMAC was also working on partnerships with other British Universities to offer a variety of international programmes in the country. It had an extensive network of eight branches of its own and over 150 counselling centers in 50 cities across India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

Mr Pryde, who spoke on the occasion, said education and research relations between the United Kingdom and India had acquired momentum in the recent years and over 20,000 Indian students were now studying in the UK.

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