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The Board of Governors of Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad met at the institute Wednesday but failed to table three names of shortlisted candidates put forward by the search committee formed to suggest names for the new director.
The Board usually meets in December every year to primarily discuss the revised budget for the next year.
"No names were put before the board today. The search for a suitable candidate is still on," a source said.
The five-year term of incumbent director Samir Barua ended in November this year but was extended by three months, ending in February.
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