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Indian Retail School introduces retail entreprenuership, post graduate coursenews
24 May 2005

New Delhi: The Indian Retail School (IRS) has introduced a one-year advanced level integrated course in retail entrepreneurship for first-time retail entrepreneurs and next generation entrepreneurs from traditional family-business backgrounds and a one-year programme leading to a post graduate programme in retail management..

The course is aimed at providing skills in developing and managing retail ventures and developing expertise in a diverse set of business functions. The course content includes evaluating opportunities, risk analysis and problem solving, developing new venture marketing, strategic management of growth, developing of business plans and raising capital.

According to a communiqué from IRS, the course is divided between 720 hours of contact classes and 240 hours of project work.

The school is a joint venture of the House of Pearl, a $350 million business house engaged in apparel manufacturing, distribution, branding, retailing and education and Images Multimedia Group. India's leading voice for the entire branded apparel and retail segment in the country.

IRS, claims the communiqué, has tied up with retail majors such as Globus, Gili, Lifestyle, Levi's, United Colours of Benetton, Ebony, Liberty, Viveks, RPG retail and Piramyd for student placements, projects and internships.

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Indian Retail School introduces retail entreprenuership, post graduate course