The Thadomal Shahani Centre for Management, one of India’s leading institutes for business management, has secured a place in the Tech-100 Higher Education Institutes of India, an initiative by APAC News Network. The list recognises the top 100 progressive higher education institutions in India, that are leading digital transformation to boost academic as well as operational excellence in the sector. APAC Digital News Network Pvt Ltd is India & Asia Pacific region’s emerging knowledge consultancy & community building startup.
The list was developed based on 12 distinct categories including infrastructure, learning management system, administration, student finance, career services and management, among others, which were analysed to understand the transformations educational institutions are bringing forth to keep pace with the digital world. The esteemed panel of judges was headed by Navin Mittal, Commissioner, Collegiate and Technical Education Department, Government of Telangana and Dr Akhilesh Gupta, Advisor & Head STIP 2020 Secretariat, Department of Science and Technology, Govt of India. TSCFM was listed along with other premier Indian institutions such as the Indian Institute of Management (IIT Bombay), Ashoka University and Xavier Institute of Communication.
Speaking about this achievement, Dr Akhil Shahani, Managing Director, Thadomal Shahani Centre for Management, said, “The past year has witnessed major disruptions in education, where the sector was overtaken swiftly by technology due to the prevailing necessity. As one of India’s leading educational institutions, it has always been our effort to stay abreast of the demands of a changing world, and train our students about the best industry practices. The jury may have considered how our in-house developed Ask.Careers network of online course, student assessment, interview prep & job placement smartphone apps have enhanced our students’ employability while considering us for this prestigious award. We are thrilled that our endeavours have been acknowledged, and we shall strive to continue to innovate, and adapt newer ways to impart education.”