Today’s world is in a VUCA environment. VUCA is an acronym that emerged from the military in the 1990s. It stands for volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous. It describe the “fog of war”-the chaotic conditions that are encountered in a modern battlefield. Its relevance to leaders in business is conducted every day. The business environment today is more complex and unpredictable than ever before. To overcome increasingly multifaceted challenges, business leaders need to think creatively & react strategically to gain and sustain competitive advantages. Thus, broadening horizons and enhancing skill is the key element of any teaching –learning process. We at ZEAL do not do different things but we definitely do things differently to develop competent managerial human resources for the industry, who ready to confront VUCA situation with ZEAL, which instill in them the traits -Zealous, exuberant, agility and liberal.
We at ZEAL aim to create future leaders who manage & create powerful organization in the emerging landscape. Our curriculum that is in lockstep with the evolving skill set demands of the industry, a cutting edge core curriculum that lays the foundation to navigate the minefields of the highly specializes elective offerings, blending university curriculum and industry expectations through various certification courses in Finance, digital marketing, SAP ,NLP, Logistic ,supply chain management , agro management and the like. These are tailor-made to suit the career path of the student.
Academic rigour is reflected in the course design and delivery of our MBA programmes. Various pedagogic tools help our student develop not only a holistic business perspective but an ability to seize opportunities in a competitive business environment. At the same time they remain committed towards the betterment of the society.
I congratulate to those aspirants having a realized intent pursuing their academic odyssey with Zeal institute of management and computer application (ZIMCA). The experience with ZIMCA is transformative one.
Dr. Aditi Markale