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IIMT Bengal to offer BBA course

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Kolkata , May 28

THE Institute for International Management & Technology (IIMT) Bengal is launching the School of Management and Entrepreneurship to award BBA Honours degree offered by the Oxford Brookes University.

IIMT Bengal was established in 2002 with a hotel management programme. IIMT is promoted by the Gramin India Foundation, an NGO, and it is supported by the Gujarat Ambuja Group, Unitech India Ltd, Radisson Edwardian Group and the Carlson Hospitality World Wide of the US.

IIMT started its operations from Gurgaon. There they have already started the BBA programme and the pass outs of last batch have been successfully placed in the overseas corporate houses.

The same course will be replicated in IIMT Bengal. Classes will be held at facilities provided near Ffort Radisson at Raichak near Haldia.

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