Bangalore, 13th May, 2019: Sunstone Eduversity is becoming the talk of the town for rightful reasons. It is disrupting the higher management education space with the Pay after Placement PGDM program, where they take the course fee only after getting their students placed in a well-paid job. In concurrence with the students demand and making this unique management program accessible to the students of South India, Sunstone Eduversity has recently tied up with Patel Institute of Science and Management (PISM) of Bangalore.
Elated with Sunstone’s brand outreach in Bangalore, India’s IT hub and home to many educational Institutes, Mr. Piyush Nangru, COO of Sunstone Eduversity stated, “Our alliance with PISM, Bangalore has helped us in creating a prominent presence in the IT and Startup capital of India. This tie-up has given us the opportunity to make our industry integrated management program accessible to students in the South. With multiple courses running at PISM, it will be a great learning ground for our students.”
PISM having state-of-the-art infrastructure has carved a niche for itself as a substantial management Institute. Like Sunstone, PISM also intends to deliver industry-integrated quality education to the youth of our nation. Appraising this tie-up, Arpitha Sampath, Director, PISM said, “We are delighted with our partnership with Sunstone Eduversity and looking forward to running their unique management program in our college. With Sunstone’s expertise, we hope to equip students with requisite industry-synced skills and make them job-ready.”
Sunstone Eduversity envisions to expand and have its presence in more than 10 cities by next year. It partners with various colleges to run its AICTE approved PGDM program, designed in coalition with industry leaders to equip the students with requisite skills that are in sync with the ever-changing needs of the business world.
Sunstone takes complete responsibility for its student’s career and invests in their future. Both, the students and the industry have been welcoming and receptive of the Pay-after-Placement model and have acknowledged the exigency of bringing the paradigm shift in the higher education, where the colleges should own up to their inability of making their students employable and taking a hefty amount of money as fees.