The success of an organization is largely dependent on an individual’s competency areas and skills. Organizations, particularly those that frequently involve customer face-to-face interaction have indicated that in a number of professions soft skills are more important over the long-term than technical skills.
CMR students pursuing the Management program graduate to become a ‘complete’ manager. Soft skills training is one of the most important features of a comprehensive MBA education. The programs at CMR are inclusive, with holistic inputs in curricular and co-curricular activities.
Personality Development programs and Soft Skills training is built into the academic calendar. Regular weekly guest lectures and workshops compliment this. Value-added courses include Written Analysis and Communication, Indian Ethos and Gandhian Thoughts, and a Foreign Language (French).
Industry visits help budding managers to identify the gap in the classroom inputs and the real-time happenings on the shop ﬂoor, thus enabling him/ her to identify the reasons for the same. Weekly club activities in the areas of Marketing, Human Resources and Finance apart from the Business Newspaper Clubs and Toastmasters make the CMR Management Programs the most sought after.