“You do everything for yourself, but do something for your state too. There are many such villages in Gujarat that the NRI, who belonged to that village, was transformed” said Dr. V. Mukunda Das, director of the Chandragupt Institute of Management Patna in the 11th Foundation Day Program.
Addressing the program organized at the Auditorium on Monday, Dr. Das said that the journey from a room symbolic institution 11 years ago to today’s state-of-the-art campus was not a comfortable journey. It had to face many difficulties. He thanked Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his visionary approach and proper support, from which the institute was able to withstand all the difficulties and today is proudly standing in line with the prestigious national institutions of the country. Appreciating the contribution of the people of Bihar in the freedom struggle, Dr. Das further said that time is now matured for another freedom struggle, which is freedom from backwardness.
Cultural programs were also held on the establishment day. In this, the girls presented dance songs on different films. Charu and Radhika danced on many songs, including a cup of heart warmed by Nano people. Similarly Harshita, Kalyani and Sneha also presented the dance. An 11-minute video auditorium was displayed on the occasion of 11th Raising Day. It was shown in this video from the establishment of the institution to the institute running the institute in the Hindi Bhavan and then to shift to the current campus. In addition, the best employee award was given to Vijaya Krishnan Nair in the Foundation Day program. He was rewarded with the best staff of 2018. Dean Rakesh Saxena gave this award.
If everything was fine then the students of Mauritius and Fiji would read in CIMP. After the completion of the Foundation Day program, the institute’s director Dr. V. Mukunda Das told in the Press Conference that a proposal has been given to students of Mauritius and Fiji to study in the CIMP. Students of the two countries will be able to read the CIMP after the proposal is approved by the two countries. In the future, the CIMP campus is also being considered for opening in the Mauritius campus. Dr. Das told that CIMP is going to settle for research and training with Salford, Southampton University and Lancashire. By 2020 the Exchange program is also trying to start.