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Masters’ Union’s inaugural batch expectedly full of student diversity

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Masters’ Union School of Business,  Gurugram, the tech-focussed new  B-school  has announced the composition and profile of its first batch which includes a diverse mix of lawyers, chartered accountants, entrepreneurs, social workers, artists and engineers. With an average age of around 26, the batch represents some of the finest global corporates and top Indian educational institutions including the IITs, SRCC, LSR, BITS and Ashoka among others.

While 46% of the PGP-TBM batch has done their graduation in  engineering, 54% of the batch comes from non-technical disciplines such as management, arts, commerce and hospitality. Over 95% of the batch consists of working professionals, out of which 82% have 1-5 years of work experience, while the rest have up to 18 years of working experience. They come from varied backgrounds such as IT, BFSI, consulting, family business and healthcare services.The admission process of Masters’ Union was based on an exhaustive application, followed by a detailed corporate style interview process and a case evaluation.

Pratham Mittal, Project Director, Masters’ Union said, “One of the goals that we had set for our foundation batch was to onboard students from diverse backgrounds, with interesting life stories. While academic brilliance is a given at this level, we were looking for candidates who have gone beyond the norm in search of something interesting, have an appetite for the extraordinary and are looking to do something path breaking in their careers. We are lucky to have been able to onboard 60 such learners. They will now benefit from the diverse expertise of our exceptional Masters, all of whom are leaders in their respective fields and institutions by themselves.”

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