TAPMI ensures that students get a holistic experiential learning through the eight-week internship process. This is where students learn to be managers and apply their classroom knowledge to solve complex business problems.
TAPMI nurtures talented individuals and empowers them to face tough business challenges and find creative solutions for the greater good of the organizations they work for.
MIP (Management in Practice)
TAPMI offers 2 years Post Graduate Management Program, where at the end of first year the students are required to do an eight-week Summer Internship course (April 2019 – May 2019) in an organisation of repute so that they are able to relate classroom concepts to real world problems. Through MIP, students take up a project offered by corporate concerns and accomplish the goals set by the host organizations. It is a 6 credit course in which students are evaluated on the basis of their performance and feedback from the organization they work with. Also, TAPMI generated over 450 cases authored by students through MIP, and about 200 of them are registered at European Case Clearing House (ECCH), a major international case clearing agency.
We believe that MIP is the most important part of the learning process. We have created a process where the Faculty member will be available almost on a full-time basis to assist students. That’s how we ensure high output from the student with the faculty support.
How MIP works:
Company shares the job description
Students nominate themselves
Profile of students who are keen is shared with the company
Company shortlists the students
The interview and selection process can be conducted at the campus or over phone/internet
TAPMI will be following a roll-on process for both final and summer placements. Please let us know when we can get in touch with you to take this forward. Our Email Id: email@example.com
Effectively bridging the gap between classroom learning and corporate business,all stakeholders in the MIP program stand to gain. Benefits to the stakeholders include –
Experiential learning within an organisational set up; appreciation of the in-class learning
Opportunity to work under the expert guidance of a practicing manager
Opportunity for career planning while remaining informed about real life situations
Value addition through participation in project work of direct interest to the organisation
Direct access to faculty expertise available with TAPMI
Opportunity to participate in TAPMI’s industry-institute interaction process
Faculty and TAPMI:
Faculty get an opportunity to work on some area of research interest.
Inputs for updating the curriculum to make it industry relevant.
Opportunity to develop teaching material based on real life situations.