1. IRMA has re-designed the admission process through a ‘profile-based’ shortlisting process. Through the profile-based short-listing, candidate with certain specific educational background and work-experience would be given first preference compared to other. This is done keeping in mind that mission of IRMA to contribute towards rural upliftment. It is expected that such profile-based approach would be helpful in attracting students those are more inclined towards the mission of IRMA.
2. IRMA has encouraged students to document rural lifestyle during their internship in villages of India. The rural setting can be documented through vignettes, videos and picture stories. IRMA would include the selected contributions from students in the Grameen Gyan Kosh – a knowledge repository for rural India.