News & Events

BCCM conducted a webinar on Life Learning from COVID19 on 2nd June 2020. Panelist included eminent senior corporate executive and a decorated Retired army general. BCCM’s faculty and student also shared their perspective on the entire event which unfolded in the last 60 days.

The webinar was a great success with 100+ participants and was 5th in series of webinars which BCCM has planned for student enrichment during the lockdown period.

A half day national seminar & workshop was conducted on 22nd January  jointly by BCCM Bhubaneswar and VK-ICYAM on topic Indian Ethos and Leadership Excellence. Ex IIM, Calcutta faculty Prof. (Dr) C. Panduranga Bhatta and Sister Nivedita Didi, Vice President of Vivekananda foundation spoke on the subject

BCCM, Bhubaneswar conducted one day Seminar and Student Development Program (SDP) on "India's Foreign Policy" Former Foreign Secretary & Ambassador to US Shri Lalit Mansingh addressed the gathering as Chief Guest.    The program was attended by more than 150 students from different colleges of Odisha.

BCCM Bhubaneswar conducted management festival on 6th & 7th of February which was preceded by student exchange program. More than 100 students from leading institutes from Bhubaneswar and other parts of Odisha and Kolkata attended the fest. Students of BCCM conceptualised and organised this even with great success and it was very well appreciated by all the participants.

Achievement & Accolades

BCCM has been ranked 4th best B-School in Odisha for 2020 by GHRDC-CSR
BCCM, Bhubaneswar has again been ranked among the Top 25 Business Schools in India (Among Top Three in Odisha) by CSR- GHRDC B-Schools Survey 2019.

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Abinash Swain (batch 2014-16), Amar Raja Group BCCM's excellent teaching methods, latest course curriculum and throughout the year grooming efforts made us tough and competitive in our work environment. It further helped us to face the challenges of the industry to the best satisfaction of our employers.

Javed Akhtar Khan (2016-18 batch), HSBC Bank In HSBC we have to work for nearly twelve hours. This extended work time was quickly adjusted by me, since during our PGDM study in BCCM, we were doing class studies for nearly eight hours. Yoga, Pranayam, cultural activities and other games helped us to manage our stress and ncreased our social out look. The faculty members of BCCM were extremely co-operative and taught us with great care. Our overall personalities were transformed to face the challenging corporate world.

 

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