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IMT Ghaziabad Admissions 2016: Apply before May 15

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first_imgThe Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad, one of the India’s premier business schools has released a notification inviting all  interested, eligible candidates to take admission to its 15-month Executive and 36-month part-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme for the upcoming session of 2016.The last date to apply for all programmes is May 15, 2016.Eligibility criteria:Educational Qualification:PGDM Executive: All the candidates interested in applying must possess a graduate degree in any discipline with minimum 50 percent marks or equivalent CGPA from a recognised university.All the applicants must have at least five years and above experience in a corporate field.For PGDM (Part-Time): All the candidates interested in applying must hold a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline with experience of one to two years as on June 30, 2016.Selection procedure:PGDM (Executive): All the applicants will be selected on the basis of the applicant’s scores with their overall application credentials.Further, the candidates will be called for a Personal Academic Discussion (PAD) round at the concerned centre/ city/ venue.PGDM (Part-Time): The selection of the candidates will be done through an entrance test (Aptitude Test) to be organized by IMT at the Ghaziabad campus, followed by a personal interview.Application fee:All the applicants belonging to all categories need to pay Rs 2000 for PGDM (Executive) and for PGDM (Part-time), candidates need to pay the application fee of Rs 1,750.How to apply:All the candidates need to apply online on the website, www.imt.edu.All the applications should be filled in the prescribed format only.advertisementImportant dates:The online application process will end on May 15, 2016.The entrance test and  personal interview for PGDM (part-time) will be held on June 5.Get latest updates on exam notifications and scholarships across India and abroad here.last_img read more

Community remembers Guardian Flight crew lost in January plane crash

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first_img“It touched a lot of us back home,” Wilson said. “We hope that we’re able to bring some comfort to the family by being here.” Recovery efforts went on for two months after the Guardian Flight plane went missing. Search crews recovered parts of the plane, including the cockpit voice recorder, but they were unable to locate any sign of the crew. The decision to come to the memorial service was just as immediate. Fire and EMS personnel from Kake also spoke at the service. Some of them were waiting at the airstrip that night with a patient awaiting pickup. Kake fire chief Calvin Wilson Jr. said their community of about 600 people relies on private air ambulance companies like Guardian Flight for lifesaving medical transports. After the service, mourners filed outside where helicopters staged an honorary flyover. Hundreds turned out, including many members of Juneau’s first responder community who came to pay their respects. Guardian Flight pilot Eric Magnusson said he and his colleagues are forever grateful for the support they’ve received. “They came and cared for us and supported us, and it was an amazing thing that they did,” Magnusson said. “We’re just all very, very grateful.” A helicopter flies over the memorial service for three air ambulance crew members who died when their plane went down in January 2019. (Photo by Adelyn Baxter/KTOO)center_img “Anywhere from the little babies up to the Elders, and our community is really thankful for that,” Wilson said. In an emotional memorial service at Juneau-Douglas High School, speakers remembered pilot Patrick Coyle, 63, paramedic Margaret Langston, 43, and flight nurse Stacie Morse, 30, who was pregnant with a daughter named Delta Rae when the plane disappeared over Frederick Sound on Jan. 29. The resounding message was this: Each of them loved their job and will be greatly missed. Fellow first responders honored the crew with a traditional last call ceremony, symbolizing the end of their shift. When the plane didn’t arrive, he said residents began helping with the search within minutes. Guardian Flight colleagues remembered Coyle’s sense of humor and generosity, Langston’s warmth and composure and Morse’s infectious smile and passion for nursing. Four months after a medevac plane went down near Kake, family, friends and colleagues gathered Friday to honor the Juneau-based crew members who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. The National Transportation Safety Board is still analyzing the evidence to determine what happened.last_img read more