Soumyashanto Mandal was understandably nervous when he started online classes for the one-year executive post graduate programme in management at IIM Bangalore in early May. An architect with a master’s in urban planning, Mandal had decided to take the plunge despite the challenge that online classes posed. “The importance of being on campus in the heart of activities and the strong peer learning experience in the classroom cannot be emphasized enough. The initial days of online were confusing and challenging,” he says, though he and his batch of 73 students adapted quickly.

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