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Hyderabad, July 25 (IANS) The Woxsen School of Business, coming up with an investment of Rs.500 crore near here, will start the first batch from April next year, its promoter announced here Thursday
The school coming up on 200 acres at Sadasivpet will offer one and two year Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM).
Britain-based entrepreneur, Praveen Pula, who hails from Hyderabad, announced the launch of the school here.
He said the school was aimed providing a platform to nurture entrepreneurship in India. The first phase of the campus with Rs.150 crore investment will be ready by February 2014.
After the completion of all three phases, the school will have three million square feet of built-up space.
"Woxsen is based on a global standard of excellence in leadership, organization, communication and strategy. The model is unique to Woxsen and forms the fundamental basis of a larger curriculum," he said.
He said India with relatively smaller number of start-ups, offer opportunities for innovative, practical and need-based business solutions and hence there was a need to develop new-age entrepreneurs.
Woxsen's Dean R. Narasimhan is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee and Madras and Tata Institute of Fundamental Sciences & Research, Mumbai.