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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

The Innovative Educational Model Unveiled by the Asian Institute for Event Management

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The Asian Institute for Event Management (AIEM), which recently opened its comprehensive event management institute, is excited to announce a groundbreaking development in vocational education. AIEM, led by a group of seasoned professionals from the industry, aimed to transform the field of event management education in India. Recently in Kolkata, the much-anticipated grand opening took place at the esteemed AD 91 (Salt Lake), Kolkata. AIEM's cutting-edge Experience Lab, where theory meets practical application, is at the heart of its educational strategy. With sophisticated lighting, audio, LED wall, and special effects setups, the lab equipped students for the fast-paced world of event production and management.

The Experience Lab's cutting-edge Décor Room is proof of its dedication to offering a thorough, hands-on education in event management. The real-world experience was highly valued by AIEM through its internship programme. Students worked with seasoned professionals in a variety of event management settings to gain practical learning experience. The curriculum is made to make sure students are ready for the workforce by combining theories learned in the classroom with real-world situations. AIEM's curriculum offered a distinctive combination of classroom instruction, an experience lab, fieldwork, and internships, to transform enthusiastic learners into architects of unforgettable events.

By offsetting course costs with earnings from a paid internship programme, the institute's three-year and two-year diploma programmes effectively prevented students from having to pay for anything out of their own pockets. On this occasion, Priyanka Bajaj, Dean and Co-Founder of AIEM said that they are the first institution in India to provide a thorough curriculum that combines fieldwork, internships, an experience lab, and classroom instruction. After completing the three-year or two-year diploma, their students essentially pay nothing out of pocket because the money they spend on the course is compensated for by the money they earn from their paid internship programme and hands-on experience.

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