On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA) announces creation of the Kamla Chowdhry Communications Hub, named after its first faculty member, Professor Kamla Chowdhry, and her outstanding contribution to IIMA’s growth and success.
Professor Kamla Chowdhry, an acknowledged academician was the first faculty member of IIMA. She was a member of the IIMA Society and the first faculty nominee to be appointed on the IIMA Board in 1962 . She was a brilliant teacher and the author of the pioneering 3TP Senior Management Development Program that gave the IIMA a leading edge in executive education.
The Kamla Chowdhry Communications Hub will play a central role in consolidating IIMA’s leadership in management education and research, as well as promoting the IIMA brand through a portfolio of communication and marketing engagements. The Hub will function as a unified unit ser ving the Institute’s and all of its internal and external stakeholder needs. One of its top priorities will be to significantly enhance the IIMA brand globally. Its mandate includes bringing in best practices and innovative ideas to assist the Institute in communicating, engaging, and influencing in the ever – changing digital world .
The Hub is taking shape thanks to the donation by IIMA alumni Roopa and Vivek Kudva. Making the announcement , Professor Errol D’ Souza, Director, IIMA, said I am delighted to announce the Kamla Chowdhry Communications Hub, an ambitious endeavour aptly named in honour of Professor Kamla Chowdhry, a pioneering management educationist and institution builder. The Hub would not have been possible without the support of Roopa and Vivek Kudva, who collaborated closely with us to curate this exceptional and visionary idea that will enable an important goal of promoting the IIMA brand globally.
Sharing their views on supporting the creation of the Communications Hub, Roopa and Vivek Kudva, IIMA alumni, said, “IIMA aspires to enhance its pre-eminence in management education and research globally. The establishment of the Kamla Chowdhry Communications Hub will support this endeavour by increasing investments in communications and marketing. As proud alumni of the institute, we feel privileged to support the hub. Naming the hub after Professor Chowdhry is an opportunity to recognise and honour her seminal and foundational contributions to the Institute.”Posted in Campus, News