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PG courses at Bhavans

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HYDERABAD: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is inviting applications for candidates who have cleared Openmat, CAT, MAT and ICET exams for admission into Master of Business Administration two-year post-graduate programme and one-year post-graduate diploma courses in financial management, human resource management, marketing management and operations management.

All these courses have recognition from distance Education Council and IGNOU and are approved by the AICTE apart from the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The course material will be provided by the IGNOU and classes are conducted by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan which has been recognised as a partner institution by the IGNOU.

The last date for completion of admissions is June 15 and classes will commence on July 1. For details call 23297597 or email ‘bvbhyd@gmail.com'.

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