IIM-Bodhgaya re-brands Bihar image in mission mode: Times of India

NEW DELHI: IIM-Bodh Gaya, a third-generation IIM student based in Bihar, has made a documentary titled ‘Bihar Ek Parichay’ to introduce the state to its newly included batch. The documentary is part of IIM’s mission to recreate the image of the state in a project mode.

The institution was attended by Sanjay Kumar, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Education, Government of Bihar and Mayank Warwad, Commissioner, Magadha Division, Gaya as the Chief Guest and Honorary Guest at the event.

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Bihar has always been known for its glorious history. But in terms of GDP growth over the last three years, the state is rapidly advancing in today’s era and is on a journey to write a new story of its development. The aim of the documentary is to make the youth of Bihar aware of all the avenues available here and to inspire them to contribute to the development of Bihar. Bihar has a vast range of opportunities and resources in the tourism sector, textiles and weaving, food processing, fisheries, dairy and all other industries. The strategic geographical location of Bihar is conducive to the development of the state and the existing resources of the state will pave the way for innumerable employment options. There is ample opportunity for state talent to migrate from Bihar. They should consider the development opportunities available to them here and take an active part in the growing economy of the country.

After the premiere of the documentary, Binita Sahay, Director, IIM-Bodh Gaya, praised the hard work of all the students involved in the project. Sahay noted that as an educator, it is important to teach students to be proud of things that are part of their patriotism, such as the badge of being a student of understanding.

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Kumar highlights various aspects of Bihar such as culture, cuisine, historical and historical values.

Warwad talks about the geographical aspect of Bihar. He mentioned the agricultural resources of the state and how these funds are collected to bring in the revenue of the state.

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