Prof. Dr. Bikash Sharma and Dr. Vinay Kumar Sharma were bestowed with Honorary Doctorate by FABIC, BrazilAugust 3, 2021
August 3: Prof. Dr. Bikash Sharma and Dr. Vinay Kumar Sharma, the President and Vice President respectively of International Academic and Management Association (IAMA) have been accorded an Honorary Doctorate in Management by FABIC, a Higher Education Institution recognized and accredited by the Ministry of Education in Brazil.
The Honorary Doctorate was awarded to both for their unparalleled contribution towards inclusive education and Internationalization at a global level. In the words of Prof. Dr. Gabriel Lopes, Director – International Relations at FABIC, who handed over the Honorary Doctorate to both Dr. Bikash and Dr. Vinay, “IAMA, spearheaded by these two gentlemen, has championed the cause of education and has helped shape the future of thousands of students globally with their efforts towards providing access to quality, affordable and international education to the marginalized students in the under-developed countries. Their contribution in the field of inclusive education and Internationalization is unparalleled and makes them deserving candidates for this Honorary Degree”.
Prof. Dr. Bikash Sharma and Dr. Vinay Kumar Sharma took to the occasion to thank FABIC and Dr. Lopes for the honor. They also thanked everyone within the IAMA fraternity for their support in realizing what they called “a collective dream”.
For the uninitiated, the International Academic and Management Association (IAMA), is an education-focused organization having its footprints in 43 countries, working with 200 plus institutions, impacting the lives of thousands of students across the globe. The organization operates with the objective of making quality education affordable, boundaryless, and accessible to all irrespective of class, color, creed, or country. Their efforts have been recognized globally which is evident from the numerous national and international awards won by the organization during the course of its short journey