The Institute of Rural Management Anand or IRMA 2018 Entrance Exam Final Result has been declared on the official website of IRMA, i.e. irma.ac.in. The Institute of Rural Management Anand or IRMA 2018 Entrance Exam Final Result, was supposed to be declared earlier but was postponed due to some reason.
It was informed earlier that the result of the PGDRM 2018 Entrance Examination will be out on 15th March 2018. But on 15th March, they released a statement claiming that the final result will be released next week. The final date again got delayed by one week and has been released today.
The Examination for PGDRM 2018 curriculum was conducted on 4th February 2018. On the official website of IRMA, i.e. irma.ac.in, they state that ‘IRMA trains talented men and women through a well-structured two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Management, in order to undertake challenging responsibilities in development and producers' organisations with the right ethical values. IRMA has been working closely with its client organisations to integrate their emerging needs into its academic programme by periodically revising the curricula. The present PGDRM design is a reflection of this growing partnership.’
For the admission of Foreign National students, interview procedure will begin on 23rd April 2018 and conclude on 27th April 2018. The final result for PGDRM 2018 IRMA admission will be declared by 1st May 2018.
The Institute of Rural Management Anand or IRMA was established in 1979 at Anand, Gujarat with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation (SDC), the Government of India, Government of Gujarat, the erstwhile Indian Dairy Corporation and the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB). The rationale behind its installation had to do with providing management education, training, research, and consultancy support to co-operatives and rural development organizations in India.
The genesis of IRMA is owed to Dr. Kurien's work with dairy co-operatives, which revolutionized the dairy industry in the country. It was founded with the belief that the key to effective rural development lies in professional management. Professionalising rural management involves synergizing specific yet unmet needs of the rural sector with the formal techniques and skills of management professionals. Linking the two are the ‘rural managers' graduating from IRMA after undergoing a two-year diploma (PRM) programme in rural management.