Bangalore, India (PressExposure) May 29, 2009 -- Any rising educational institution is incomplete without its famed alumni association. Keeping this in mind, the upcoming B-school of management in India, Bangalore management Academy (BMA), has launched its alumni association with great fanfare. The association will be registered under the Edith Cowan University. With sincere intentions to build a healthy social network, the alumni association is making all efforts to include all the students in the history of BMA.
The alumni association will act as a stepping stone for all aspiring management graduates to get themselves absorbed in the industry. It will promote jobs and placements in different organizations. Besides this, the members of the association will build a brand image for their parent institution. The alumni association plans to acclimatize the members with the advancements made in the management field and will always keep them abreast of the business scenario.
"We are creating a family among the students of BMA. Just as in a family, everyone can depend on the support system inherent in the family to bail themselves out from uncomfortable situations, so also all the alumni members will extend their wholehearted cooperation to each other in times of dire need. We also aim to promote jobs and placements for the aspiring management graduates. Getting themselves involved in the ongoing business world will make everyone knowledgeable about the policies in the corporate world", said the spokesperson of the alumni association.
The goal of the alumni association is to provide a platform for the members to opt for all MDP programs and all related programs which have a scholarship tied up with them. The members will be given preference over all other candidates. In this way, the alumni association aims to let the association be profitable for each and every member. The members will also be invited to attend any seminar and workshop arranged by BMA and provided with full privileges to attend the same.
By being a member of the alumni association will provide the members with many privileges which include lifelong membership to the BMA Knowledge Center, gymnasium and indoor sports facilities, scholarship preference to the alumni and the opportunities to deliver guest lectures. The Alumnus is also expected to support each other through tough times, both personally and professionally. With every intention to provide a social network for all its members, the BMA alumni association forges ahead expecting a lifelong association ahead.
Bangalore Management Academy(BMA) #17, Ashirwad Towers, Doddanekkundi Cross, Marathahalli, Mahadevapura Ring Road, Marathahalli Post, Bangalore - 560 037