Lotus Business School and IPC France formally inaugurate PGD in Wine & Spirit Business Management course in Pune.

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First of its kind in India, Lotus Business School has started International course in India in  Wine and Spirit Business Management in Pune in association with IPC, Bordeux, France to promote skills and competencies in the sector of wine and spirit among youth in India. This effort will be substantiated by an endeavor wherein Indian Students would get opportunities to work with foreign partners gaining valuable experience to further their career prospects. The pedagogy of the course has been so designed that the students will garner professional experience even before they graduate in form paid Internships in France.

The Post Graduate Diploma in Wine & Spirit Business Management course was recently inaugurated amidst much fanfare at the hands of Mr. Bruno Bronquard (Manager- Commercial Services, Indo-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry). Mr. Bruno Bronquard talked about the scope of the program and the job opportunities in France and India after completing the course.

Some of the honorable guests present at the inauguration were Ms. Sonya Gole (Directrice des cours- Alliance Française de Pune ), Ms. Rashmi Arvikar (Education Advisor – Campus France Pune) and Prasad Deshpande ( Head Operations – European Union ).

Ms. Sonya Gole (Directrice des cours- Alliance Française de Pune ) briefed about the importance of French language.

Ms. Rashmi Arvikar (Education Advisor – Campus France Pune) shared vital information about education and career opportunities in France .

Mr. Charudatta Bodhankar Executive Director, Lotus Group of Institutes has also played a pivotal role and has been a driving force for successful collaboration with foreign institutions for Lotus Business School

“Lotus has a firm belief that the world today stands out to be a truly global village and people today transcend all boundaries to enhance personal and professional objectives.  Lotus along the same lines has created opportunities for budding managers by forging alliances with global institutes and partners. This would be a very explicit opportunity for Indian aspirants to experience European expertise. Individuals with a living desire and a keen acumen can excel at the global level rubbing shoulders with the best in the world.  Currently, we have created an alliance with IPC Brodeaux which offers a one year curriculum catering to the wine and Spirit industry”, said Mr. Charudatta Bodhankar.

Lotus Business School has already started their first batch in the month of February and would be starting their second batch in September, 2016