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Forget the "dabbawallas" of Mumbai; the real heroes are the newspaper delivery boys in Bangalore. The graduating class of Gupta College of Management and Technology’s international dual-degree programme conducted a study on the newspaper delivery boys to understand the concept behind the supply-chain management model.
The study underlines the imperative role the delivery boys play as the bridge between the newspaper agents and the readers. Marking the occasion, the institute also honoured the delivery boys. "Hard work is the principle we follow. We earn close to 2,000 a month, which really helps us to meet some extra demands," said Abhilash V, a newspaper delivery boy who attended the function but also works for an MNC. The first batch of Gupta College of Management and Technology’s international dual-degree programme graduated recently. The dual-MBA degrees, conferred by Gupta College and International American University (IAU), feature curriculum designed by both institutions, said B. S. Gupta, the founder of the institute. "We are affiliated to both the Bangalore University and the IAU. We, however, have Indian faculty teaching both courses but the evaluation is completely different. The IAU course is based on continuous evaluation." Ryan Doan, executive director of International American University, echoed Gupta’s sentiments and added that IAU offers another dual-degree programme with Excel College of Higher Education, Mumbai. We are looking at revamping our structure and planning to make our curriculum more advanced.
Courtesy: DNA India
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