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We live in a fast evolving business environment – one that is not only fiercely competitive but extremely demanding and performance oriented.
There are two distinct career paths that one can choose for themselves – the 'performance' driven path or the 'mediocre-driven' path. Of the two, the 'performance' driven path while demanding performance sees the right youngsters rise to salary levels that were unheard of only a decade back. Young managers have been seen to have been offered pay packages in excess of Rs. 50L/annum, within 2 – 3 years of their joining an organization post their MBAs.
On the other hand there are no or very limited opportunities for youngsters who choose the path of mediocrity – those who can't or won't produce the right set of results for lack of practical real-life skills and having a 'can do', 'can win' attitude in life.
At VIMED we have invested a lot of intellectual capital in not only aligning ourselves to the needs of the modern business eco-system but have gone beyond by offering young management aspirants a dedicated Career Drome – an academic and training eco-system that mentors youngsters on a three-fold journey:
- Self-awareness: Tools like the Johari Window etc., are employed both in the labs as well as workshops to help youngsters identify their basic traits, work on much needed life and work skills while getting inspired to perform in demanding situations.
- Skills Workshops: Based on models and frameworks used by industry certified trainers, youngsters are taken through a regime of indoor and outdoor trainings to help them hone their skills and more importantly pick up on real-life application skills.
- Case Studies, Assignments and Internship: At the VIMED Career Drome, students are exposed to a large cross-section of Case Studies across a wide variety of management domains. Students are expected to practice self-directed and self-motivated learning by attempting a number of challenging assignments – assignments that mimic real-life situations and Cases. Last but not the least, students are expected to take up real-life internship projects, put their acquired skills to test and above all get exposed to the challenges of the modern life work environment.