Vedica Scholars programme: Breaking the mould
The programme aims to get more women into the corporate workforce and retain them
After two years of working in the development sector, Tania Tauro, 27, realized she lacked something. It didn't take long for the young professional - with a master's in development studies from Aziz Premji university in Bangalore - to come to the conclusion that she needed a deeper understanding of business, finance and money - integral to any career - before she plunged fully into her chosen area.
Yet she knew the "traditional MBA" was not up her alley. Tauro chose the 18 month Vedica Scholars programme - a first of its kind MBA aimed only at girls - as it offered a ...
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First Published: Wed, August 03 2016. 00:30 IST