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RANSFORMATION

The creation of a pearl inside an oyster is a miracle of nature.


Taking a cue from this lustrous evolution, IMI nurtures and transforms
its students, empowering them to gain leverage in the future.

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ADMISSIONS 2010

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE


Transforming Lives... INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Transforming Lives...
B-10, Qutab Institutional Area, Tara Crescent, New Delhi-110 016
Ph.: 26529237/38/39, 46012730/31. Fax : 26867539, Website : http://www.imi.edu
VISION
To be a world-class business school, achieving excellence in management
education and research through continuous competency building

Peace Invocation MISSION


To develop outstanding managerial talent capable of providing enlightened
Om Saha Nau Avatu. Saha Nau Bhunaktu. and effective leadership

Saha Viryam Karavavahai. Tejasvi Naavadhitamastu. To further the advancement of knowledge in the field of management by
undertaking relevant research programs
Ma Vidvisavahai. Om Santih Santih Santih.
To collaborate with counterpart institutions, industry and government in the
development and application of new knowledge for the benefit of society

May God protect us (teacher and student) both.


VALUES
May he nourish us both. Respect for the community
Passion for excellence
May we both work together with great energy.
High ethical standards
May our study be through, vigorous and fruitful. Research as a way of life

May we never hate each other.


EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
May there be Universal Peace. Achieve high levels of excellence : Domain Knowledge,
Spirit of Enquiry, Research attitudes, Meta learning abilities,
Originality of thinking, Inter/Trans Disciplinary approach,
Ethical, Human, Professional values, Entrepreneurial
leadership, Openness to change, Transcendental ability,
Integrated Personality Development.

IMI AT A GLANCE
Founded 1981
Completed Academic
Programs 58
Academic Alliances 17
Core Faculty 40
Program Alumni 4494

International Management Institute was registered


in 1981 as an autonomous nonprofit educational
society under the Societies' Registration Act 1860.
VISION
To be a world-class business school, achieving excellence in management
education and research through continuous competency building

Peace Invocation MISSION


To develop outstanding managerial talent capable of providing enlightened
Om Saha Nau Avatu. Saha Nau Bhunaktu. and effective leadership

Saha Viryam Karavavahai. Tejasvi Naavadhitamastu. To further the advancement of knowledge in the field of management by
undertaking relevant research programs
Ma Vidvisavahai. Om Santih Santih Santih.
To collaborate with counterpart institutions, industry and government in the
development and application of new knowledge for the benefit of society

May God protect us (teacher and student) both.


VALUES
May he nourish us both. Respect for the community
Passion for excellence
May we both work together with great energy.
High ethical standards
May our study be through, vigorous and fruitful. Research as a way of life

May we never hate each other.


EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY
May there be Universal Peace. Achieve high levels of excellence : Domain Knowledge,
Spirit of Enquiry, Research attitudes, Meta learning abilities,
Originality of thinking, Inter/Trans Disciplinary approach,
Ethical, Human, Professional values, Entrepreneurial
leadership, Openness to change, Transcendental ability,
Integrated Personality Development.

IMI AT A GLANCE
Founded 1981
Completed Academic
Programs 58
Academic Alliances 17
Core Faculty 40
Program Alumni 4494

International Management Institute was registered


in 1981 as an autonomous nonprofit educational
society under the Societies' Registration Act 1860.
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

CONTENTS BOARD OF GOVERNORS

R P Goenka Ishwar Dayal, Prof.


Board of Governors 01
Chairman, IMI Board of Governors Former Director, IIM, Lucknow
Chairman Emeritus, RPG Enterprises
Director's Message 02 Jagdish N Bhagwati, Prof.
C S Venkata Ratnam, Prof. University Professor, Columbia University
A Journey Towards Excellence 03 Director, IMI, New Delhi
N K Singh
Ashoka Chandra, Prof. Former Secretary, Government of India
Collaborations and Alliances 04
Principal Advisor, IMI, New Delhi Former Member, Planning Commission of India
Former Special Secretary, Education,
Business Education and IMI 05 Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India 0 P Vaish
Advocate, Supreme Court
Campus 10 Abad Ahmad, Prof.
Former Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi P K Khaitan
Participant Interest Groups, Organizations and Activities 13 Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court
B M Khaitan
Chairman, Williamson Magor & Co. Ltd. Arindam Banik, Prof.
IMI Centers of Excellence and Activities 15
Professor, IMI, New Delhi
Capt. S Vasudeva
Faculty 18 Adviser, CEAT Ltd. & former Master Mariner Sanjiv Goenka
Vice Chairman, RPG Enterprises
Corporate Patrons 28 D H Pai Panandikar
Director General, RPG Foundation Savitri Kunadi
Former Director General, FICCI Former Indian Ambassador to France
Academic Programs 29

Deepak Khaitan Subir Raha


XVIII Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM 2010-2012) 30
Managing Director, Williamson Magor & Co. Ltd. Former Chairman & Managing Director,
ONGC Ltd.
V Post-Graduate Diploma in Management 35 Deepak Parekh
(Human Resource) (PGDM-HR 2010-2012)
Chairman, HDFC & Infrastructure Y C Deveshwar
Finance Dev. Corpn. Chairman, ITC Ltd.
XXVII Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Management 38
(Executive PGDM 2010-2011)
Harsh Pati Singhania
Managing Director, J.K. Paper Ltd.
XXV Post-Graduate Diploma in Management 41
( Part Time PGDM 2010-2013)

Select List of Recruiters 44


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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

CONTENTS BOARD OF GOVERNORS

R P Goenka Ishwar Dayal, Prof.


Board of Governors 01
Chairman, IMI Board of Governors Former Director, IIM, Lucknow
Chairman Emeritus, RPG Enterprises
Director's Message 02 Jagdish N Bhagwati, Prof.
C S Venkata Ratnam, Prof. University Professor, Columbia University
A Journey Towards Excellence 03 Director, IMI, New Delhi
N K Singh
Ashoka Chandra, Prof. Former Secretary, Government of India
Collaborations and Alliances 04
Principal Advisor, IMI, New Delhi Former Member, Planning Commission of India
Former Special Secretary, Education,
Business Education and IMI 05 Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India 0 P Vaish
Advocate, Supreme Court
Campus 10 Abad Ahmad, Prof.
Former Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi P K Khaitan
Participant Interest Groups, Organizations and Activities 13 Sr. Advocate, Supreme Court
B M Khaitan
Chairman, Williamson Magor & Co. Ltd. Arindam Banik, Prof.
IMI Centers of Excellence and Activities 15
Professor, IMI, New Delhi
Capt. S Vasudeva
Faculty 18 Adviser, CEAT Ltd. & former Master Mariner Sanjiv Goenka
Vice Chairman, RPG Enterprises
Corporate Patrons 28 D H Pai Panandikar
Director General, RPG Foundation Savitri Kunadi
Former Director General, FICCI Former Indian Ambassador to France
Academic Programs 29

Deepak Khaitan Subir Raha


XVIII Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM 2010-2012) 30
Managing Director, Williamson Magor & Co. Ltd. Former Chairman & Managing Director,
ONGC Ltd.
V Post-Graduate Diploma in Management 35 Deepak Parekh
(Human Resource) (PGDM-HR 2010-2012)
Chairman, HDFC & Infrastructure Y C Deveshwar
Finance Dev. Corpn. Chairman, ITC Ltd.
XXVII Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Management 38
(Executive PGDM 2010-2011)
Harsh Pati Singhania
Managing Director, J.K. Paper Ltd.
XXV Post-Graduate Diploma in Management 41
( Part Time PGDM 2010-2013)

Select List of Recruiters 44


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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE A JOURNEY TOWARDS EXCELLENCE

Welcome to IMI, India's first corporate-sponsored Business School. 2008 u IMI receives approval from AICTE to launch the fellow Program in Management

u IMI receives recognition as an approved Research Center from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University,
While in IMI, you will benefit from the capabilities we have developed over nearly three decades which enable us to New Delhi for award of the University's PhD degree in Management to students of IMI in the doctoral
transform our students into business leaders. These capabilities include first class infrastructure, academic facilities program, rescheduled for launch in 2008.

and a teaching faculty which is as good as, or better than, any of the best B-Schools in India. 2007 u IMI gains accreditation for the two year full time and the three year part time programmes from National
Board of Accreditation (NBA)
We pride ourselves in our unique teaching methods and learning environment which give our students practical, u Launches 15 Months Executive PGDM
hands-on knowledge, skills and attitudes as well as ethics and integrity which make them highly sought after in u AICTE recognizes PGDM as equivalent to MBA
business today.
Launched

Starting this year, we have reduced the course load, shifted the focus more towards self and independent study as well 2006 u PGDM - HR 2 year full time Post - Graduate Programme in Human Resource Management

as learning through group work and peer level interactions. Above all, we have increased opportunities for learning u Celebrates IMI Silver Jubilee and hosts a Nobel Laureate on campus

outside the class room through live projects and greater exposure to the real world. 2005 u Outlook ranks IMI as the 10th best b-school

Launched
In the current environment, where managers are often criticized / pilloried for 'self-seeking' behavior at the expense of
2003 u Centre for Management Innovation & Technology
other stakeholders, our priority continues to be to build ethical values in our students. Our emphasis is therefore on
u Centre for Social Sector Governance
building and nurturing holistic personality traits with three critical attributes: humility, integrity and simplicity among
2002 Business Today ranks IMI as the 13th best b-school
our graduates.
2001 AIU recognition for PGP as equivalent to MBA
In the pages that follow, you will learn more about “Achieving the IMI Experience.' We wish you success in our 2000 Started Global Business Review (GBR) IMIs International Research Journal
rigorous multi-stage selection process and look forward to an intellectually stimulating and professionally rewarding
1993 Started 2 Year full time Post - Graduate Programme
association with you; an association which will extend beyond your time at the campus and follow you through an
1991 Became Govt. recognized Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) (renewed annually after
exciting career in business. review process)

C S Venkata Ratnam 1986 Started 3 Year part-time Post - Graduate Programme


Director, IMI 1984 Started 1 Year full time post - Graduate Programme in International Management

1981 IMI, New Delhi setup in collaboration with IMI, Geneva (now IMD Lausanne)

Established in 1981 with support from IMI, Geneva, International Management Institute (IMI) is India's first corporate-
sponsored Business School. The principal mission of IMI is to impart education relevant to professional and
entrepreneurial development. Over the years, the Institute has come a long way in the pursuit of that mission. Today, IMI
enjoys a place of esteem among the leading management institutions and the patronage of reputed business
organizations in the country. The aims, approach and activities of IMI are guided by all its stakeholders: students,
alumni, corporate patrons and peer institutions.

SALIENT FEATURES

4 LONG TERM PROGRAMS

40 FULL TIME PERMANENT FACULTY

400 STUDENTS

4494 ALUMNI
02 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 03

ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE A JOURNEY TOWARDS EXCELLENCE

Welcome to IMI, India's first corporate-sponsored Business School. 2008 u IMI receives approval from AICTE to launch the fellow Program in Management

u IMI receives recognition as an approved Research Center from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University,
While in IMI, you will benefit from the capabilities we have developed over nearly three decades which enable us to New Delhi for award of the University's PhD degree in Management to students of IMI in the doctoral
transform our students into business leaders. These capabilities include first class infrastructure, academic facilities program, rescheduled for launch in 2008.

and a teaching faculty which is as good as, or better than, any of the best B-Schools in India. 2007 u IMI gains accreditation for the two year full time and the three year part time programmes from National
Board of Accreditation (NBA)
We pride ourselves in our unique teaching methods and learning environment which give our students practical, u Launches 15 Months Executive PGDM
hands-on knowledge, skills and attitudes as well as ethics and integrity which make them highly sought after in u AICTE recognizes PGDM as equivalent to MBA
business today.
Launched

Starting this year, we have reduced the course load, shifted the focus more towards self and independent study as well 2006 u PGDM - HR 2 year full time Post - Graduate Programme in Human Resource Management

as learning through group work and peer level interactions. Above all, we have increased opportunities for learning u Celebrates IMI Silver Jubilee and hosts a Nobel Laureate on campus

outside the class room through live projects and greater exposure to the real world. 2005 u Outlook ranks IMI as the 10th best b-school

Launched
In the current environment, where managers are often criticized / pilloried for 'self-seeking' behavior at the expense of
2003 u Centre for Management Innovation & Technology
other stakeholders, our priority continues to be to build ethical values in our students. Our emphasis is therefore on
u Centre for Social Sector Governance
building and nurturing holistic personality traits with three critical attributes: humility, integrity and simplicity among
2002 Business Today ranks IMI as the 13th best b-school
our graduates.
2001 AIU recognition for PGP as equivalent to MBA
In the pages that follow, you will learn more about “Achieving the IMI Experience.' We wish you success in our 2000 Started Global Business Review (GBR) IMIs International Research Journal
rigorous multi-stage selection process and look forward to an intellectually stimulating and professionally rewarding
1993 Started 2 Year full time Post - Graduate Programme
association with you; an association which will extend beyond your time at the campus and follow you through an
1991 Became Govt. recognized Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) (renewed annually after
exciting career in business. review process)

C S Venkata Ratnam 1986 Started 3 Year part-time Post - Graduate Programme


Director, IMI 1984 Started 1 Year full time post - Graduate Programme in International Management

1981 IMI, New Delhi setup in collaboration with IMI, Geneva (now IMD Lausanne)

Established in 1981 with support from IMI, Geneva, International Management Institute (IMI) is India's first corporate-
sponsored Business School. The principal mission of IMI is to impart education relevant to professional and
entrepreneurial development. Over the years, the Institute has come a long way in the pursuit of that mission. Today, IMI
enjoys a place of esteem among the leading management institutions and the patronage of reputed business
organizations in the country. The aims, approach and activities of IMI are guided by all its stakeholders: students,
alumni, corporate patrons and peer institutions.

SALIENT FEATURES

4 LONG TERM PROGRAMS

40 FULL TIME PERMANENT FACULTY

400 STUDENTS

4494 ALUMNI
04 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 05

ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

COLLABORATIONS AND ALLIANCES BUSINESS EDUCATION AND IMI

IMI's initial collaboration with International Management The management programs of IMI are designed to shared by distinguished visitors from the corporate arena
Institute, Geneva enriched the academic curriculum and enable young professionals with high potential to reach help to align theory with the real world.
promoted faculty exchange. landmark positions in their career. To achieve this, the
Enhancing Teamwork
IMI is the only Institute in the private sector to have programs revolve around the notion that world-class
Strong emphasis is laid on developing the participant's
received UNDP assistance for promoting internationally business leaders are not mass-produced; they are
skills of leading and working in teams. The interactive
oriented management education. It has received support customized and developed in an action-oriented
skills of effective communication, conflict resolution,
from several leading multinational and domestic private environment.
negotiation and mobilizing individuals towards common
and public sector enterprises. The curriculum, which has a strong international goals are essential ingredients of effective management
IMI entered into a strategic alliance with the Manchester perspective, prepares participants to manage, lead and in today's organizations. Such personal qualities are
Business School (MBS) in 1995. The MBS-IMI linkage succeed in the increasingly competitive global business developed and imbibed in the programs through
operated under the Overseas Development Assistance environment. With the participants representing diverse classroom discussions, group assignments and other
(ODA) scheme of the British Council for faculty cultural and educational backgrounds, learning to team activities.
development, improved administration, upgrading of operate and manage in a setting where no culture
dominates is intrinsic to the IMI experience. The Institute Cultivating Integrative Capabilities
library facilities, and conduct and dissemination of The growing complexity of business problems makes it
research. This resulted in publications that were discussed recognizes the importance of soft skill development and
helps participants to develop these through the academic increasingly challenging to address management issues
at seminars in both New Delhi and Manchester. Nathan, Queensland, which enables students who have holistically to devise solutions that cut across narrow
completed certain requirements, to obtain an MBA programs at the Institute.
More recently IMI has expanded its international functional fields. IMI programs foster such integrative
degree in a short period of time from the said universities Staying Close to Practice capabilities with cross-functional modules that synthesize
collaborations to include institutions in Western Europe,
by taking advantage of full credit transfer of courses done IMI programs are inspired by aligning academic theory a number of specialized disciplines into a unified learning
Australia and USA. All collaborations are developed on
in IMI. with management practice. The real life relevance of the experience. Accordingly, participants develop skills
the strong foundation of student and faculty exchange.
Over time the collaborations result in joint research, IMI's Industry Linkages with several public, private and program is achieved through, firstly, the experienced through a case-based approach and are encouraged to
seminars and conducting EDPs. multinational companies-like BOC, J.K. Corp., ITC, faculty, who stay in constant touch with management analyze issues from several often conflicting viewpoints
McNeil Magor, Nestle, RPG Enterprises, SAIL, Tata practice by extensive field-based research and consulting before deciding on a course of action.
IMI has an arrangement with Flinders University,
Chemicals etc. have been crucial in supporting the activities. Secondly, the learning material used in the
Adelaide, South Australia, and Griffith University,
programs is focused towards current and emerging The FAIR Model
Institute to build world class infrastructure.
issues in management practice. Finally, the experiences (Foundation, Application, Integration and Reinforcement)
04 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 05

ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

COLLABORATIONS AND ALLIANCES BUSINESS EDUCATION AND IMI

IMI's initial collaboration with International Management The management programs of IMI are designed to shared by distinguished visitors from the corporate arena
Institute, Geneva enriched the academic curriculum and enable young professionals with high potential to reach help to align theory with the real world.
promoted faculty exchange. landmark positions in their career. To achieve this, the
Enhancing Teamwork
IMI is the only Institute in the private sector to have programs revolve around the notion that world-class
Strong emphasis is laid on developing the participant's
received UNDP assistance for promoting internationally business leaders are not mass-produced; they are
skills of leading and working in teams. The interactive
oriented management education. It has received support customized and developed in an action-oriented
skills of effective communication, conflict resolution,
from several leading multinational and domestic private environment.
negotiation and mobilizing individuals towards common
and public sector enterprises. The curriculum, which has a strong international goals are essential ingredients of effective management
IMI entered into a strategic alliance with the Manchester perspective, prepares participants to manage, lead and in today's organizations. Such personal qualities are
Business School (MBS) in 1995. The MBS-IMI linkage succeed in the increasingly competitive global business developed and imbibed in the programs through
operated under the Overseas Development Assistance environment. With the participants representing diverse classroom discussions, group assignments and other
(ODA) scheme of the British Council for faculty cultural and educational backgrounds, learning to team activities.
development, improved administration, upgrading of operate and manage in a setting where no culture
dominates is intrinsic to the IMI experience. The Institute Cultivating Integrative Capabilities
library facilities, and conduct and dissemination of The growing complexity of business problems makes it
research. This resulted in publications that were discussed recognizes the importance of soft skill development and
helps participants to develop these through the academic increasingly challenging to address management issues
at seminars in both New Delhi and Manchester. Nathan, Queensland, which enables students who have holistically to devise solutions that cut across narrow
completed certain requirements, to obtain an MBA programs at the Institute.
More recently IMI has expanded its international functional fields. IMI programs foster such integrative
degree in a short period of time from the said universities Staying Close to Practice capabilities with cross-functional modules that synthesize
collaborations to include institutions in Western Europe,
by taking advantage of full credit transfer of courses done IMI programs are inspired by aligning academic theory a number of specialized disciplines into a unified learning
Australia and USA. All collaborations are developed on
in IMI. with management practice. The real life relevance of the experience. Accordingly, participants develop skills
the strong foundation of student and faculty exchange.
Over time the collaborations result in joint research, IMI's Industry Linkages with several public, private and program is achieved through, firstly, the experienced through a case-based approach and are encouraged to
seminars and conducting EDPs. multinational companies-like BOC, J.K. Corp., ITC, faculty, who stay in constant touch with management analyze issues from several often conflicting viewpoints
McNeil Magor, Nestle, RPG Enterprises, SAIL, Tata practice by extensive field-based research and consulting before deciding on a course of action.
IMI has an arrangement with Flinders University,
Chemicals etc. have been crucial in supporting the activities. Secondly, the learning material used in the
Adelaide, South Australia, and Griffith University,
programs is focused towards current and emerging The FAIR Model
Institute to build world class infrastructure.
issues in management practice. Finally, the experiences (Foundation, Application, Integration and Reinforcement)
06 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE 07

ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Terminator Three, studying consumer behavior patterns It also offers advice, assistance and counseling to the
at local eateries or the nearest mall, or watching movies PGDM (full-time) and PGDM - HR (full- time) and
to understand latest management trends, IMI's classroom Executive PGDM participants and provides them with
knows no boundaries. necessary resources and skills to achieve 100 per cent
placement and internship well before the end of
Student Exchange Programs
placement week.
IMI has entered into two-way student exchange programs
with the following institutions. The placement cell acts as a critical interface between the
students and industry. The students along with faculty
u ESC Rennes International School of Business, France
members regularly call on recruiters, make presentations
u School of Management, Asian Institute of Institute and invite them to visit the campus during the placement
Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. week.
u University of Graz, Austria IMI has an effective placement cell comprising faculty,
u IESEG School of Management, Lille, France administrative members and students. Reputed
u Grenoble Ecole de Management, France organizations from the public and private sectors, as is
evident from the select list of recruiters (see Page 44), visit
u Jyvaskyla Polytechnic University, Jyvaskyla, Finland the campus to interview and select students for
u Flinders University of South Australia, Adelaide, permanent positions as well as summer internships. The
Australia office maintains an ongoing relationship with employers
u New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA while forging alliances with potential recruiters for
participating in the campus recruitment process. The last
u Zeppelin University, Germany two batches of PGDM students were placed in a matter of
u Korea University Business School, Korea University, hours at impressive salaries.
Seoul, Korea Handbook of Information : A handbook of information
u IDRAC Business School, France is provided to each student of IMI with details of academic
Distinct from any other Business School, IMI believes in Presentations : By working in small groups to develop u IECS, Ecole de management de Strausbourg, France requirements for each program. A summary is
integrating the four phases as highlighted by the FAIR and defend presentations, participants experience the reproduced in the following pages.
u MIP School of Management, Paris, France
model in every academic module. In order to achieve this, challenges associated with group responsibility, collective
the modules are designed so as to incorporate decision-making and persuasive communication. The u Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle,
fundamental concepts in the initial phase followed by the integrative module exercises typically lead to experiences England
application and subsequent integration with real life that enhance participants' ability to express their ideas Financial Assistance
business situations. clearly and convincingly-a valuable personal asset in To assist deserving participants, who may not have the
business life. financial means to complete the program, some financial
Initially, participants work individually studying assigned
cases, reading material, completing exercises, extracting Situation Role-playing : To get fully involved, to institutions have expressed their willingness to grant
pertinent facts and identifying issues or concepts that experience the dynamics of practical management assistance. Such assistance will be governed by the
require in-depth understanding. They are expected to situations as well as enhance behavioral characteristics, conditions laid down by the lending institution.
contribute to the learning process by sharing role plays with participants covering diverse managerial Our experience suggests that all needy and meritorious
accumulated knowledge and work experience through roles are carried out. candidates can get loans for pursuing studies at IMI.
active discussions. Audicious blend of learning processes Computer-based Models : IMI uses integrated Such loans cover tuition fee, room and board, and even
in addition to self-study are used at the Institute. computer-based models and simulations which are the purchase of a lap top.
These include the following: woven into the learning process. In addition, from 2006 onwards IMI has earmarked some
Lectures and Discussions : Lectures by faculty are used to Learning by Doing : In the two year full-time programs funds for providing a limited number of scholarships for
introduce concepts, techniques, issues, and to moderate the each participant is required to do a summer internship needy and meritorious students. The details of the
exchange of individual views. Performance in class with a reputed business organization for 8-10 weeks at scholarships will be made available to the selected
discussions requires a high level of preparedness with the end of the first academic year. During their elective students along with the letters of admission.
sensitivity to others' point of view. courses, students are encouraged to take up live projects Placement
to align knowledge and its application.
Case Studies : Case studies are an integral part of the In order to facilitate the placement process, the Placement
learning experience at IMI. Imaginative, Innovative and Inventive Learning Committee of IMI conducts a comprehensive recruitment
Systems : Be it preparing a Porter's five forces model on program.
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Terminator Three, studying consumer behavior patterns It also offers advice, assistance and counseling to the
at local eateries or the nearest mall, or watching movies PGDM (full-time) and PGDM - HR (full- time) and
to understand latest management trends, IMI's classroom Executive PGDM participants and provides them with
knows no boundaries. necessary resources and skills to achieve 100 per cent
placement and internship well before the end of
Student Exchange Programs
placement week.
IMI has entered into two-way student exchange programs
with the following institutions. The placement cell acts as a critical interface between the
students and industry. The students along with faculty
u ESC Rennes International School of Business, France
members regularly call on recruiters, make presentations
u School of Management, Asian Institute of Institute and invite them to visit the campus during the placement
Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. week.
u University of Graz, Austria IMI has an effective placement cell comprising faculty,
u IESEG School of Management, Lille, France administrative members and students. Reputed
u Grenoble Ecole de Management, France organizations from the public and private sectors, as is
evident from the select list of recruiters (see Page 44), visit
u Jyvaskyla Polytechnic University, Jyvaskyla, Finland the campus to interview and select students for
u Flinders University of South Australia, Adelaide, permanent positions as well as summer internships. The
Australia office maintains an ongoing relationship with employers
u New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA while forging alliances with potential recruiters for
participating in the campus recruitment process. The last
u Zeppelin University, Germany two batches of PGDM students were placed in a matter of
u Korea University Business School, Korea University, hours at impressive salaries.
Seoul, Korea Handbook of Information : A handbook of information
u IDRAC Business School, France is provided to each student of IMI with details of academic
Distinct from any other Business School, IMI believes in Presentations : By working in small groups to develop u IECS, Ecole de management de Strausbourg, France requirements for each program. A summary is
integrating the four phases as highlighted by the FAIR and defend presentations, participants experience the reproduced in the following pages.
u MIP School of Management, Paris, France
model in every academic module. In order to achieve this, challenges associated with group responsibility, collective
the modules are designed so as to incorporate decision-making and persuasive communication. The u Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle,
fundamental concepts in the initial phase followed by the integrative module exercises typically lead to experiences England
application and subsequent integration with real life that enhance participants' ability to express their ideas Financial Assistance
business situations. clearly and convincingly-a valuable personal asset in To assist deserving participants, who may not have the
business life. financial means to complete the program, some financial
Initially, participants work individually studying assigned
cases, reading material, completing exercises, extracting Situation Role-playing : To get fully involved, to institutions have expressed their willingness to grant
pertinent facts and identifying issues or concepts that experience the dynamics of practical management assistance. Such assistance will be governed by the
require in-depth understanding. They are expected to situations as well as enhance behavioral characteristics, conditions laid down by the lending institution.
contribute to the learning process by sharing role plays with participants covering diverse managerial Our experience suggests that all needy and meritorious
accumulated knowledge and work experience through roles are carried out. candidates can get loans for pursuing studies at IMI.
active discussions. Audicious blend of learning processes Computer-based Models : IMI uses integrated Such loans cover tuition fee, room and board, and even
in addition to self-study are used at the Institute. computer-based models and simulations which are the purchase of a lap top.
These include the following: woven into the learning process. In addition, from 2006 onwards IMI has earmarked some
Lectures and Discussions : Lectures by faculty are used to Learning by Doing : In the two year full-time programs funds for providing a limited number of scholarships for
introduce concepts, techniques, issues, and to moderate the each participant is required to do a summer internship needy and meritorious students. The details of the
exchange of individual views. Performance in class with a reputed business organization for 8-10 weeks at scholarships will be made available to the selected
discussions requires a high level of preparedness with the end of the first academic year. During their elective students along with the letters of admission.
sensitivity to others' point of view. courses, students are encouraged to take up live projects Placement
to align knowledge and its application.
Case Studies : Case studies are an integral part of the In order to facilitate the placement process, the Placement
learning experience at IMI. Imaginative, Innovative and Inventive Learning Committee of IMI conducts a comprehensive recruitment
Systems : Be it preparing a Porter's five forces model on program.
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Grading less than 12 credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to Attendance is compulsory in all courses and further 4. The award would be given only if the student's CGPA is
IMI follows a letter grade system for evaluation of D in 6 credits). details are available in the student handbook. --3.3 and above for the entire program
participants' academic work. The letter grades and the b) The grade obtained by the student in the Foreign Discipline --3.2 and above individually in each year for a multi-
equivalent grade points are as follows: Language course in PGDM shall not be considered in Cases of indiscipline, use of unfair means in any year program.
Letter Grade Grade Point the decision for promotion. academic endeavor, violation of IMI's Code of Conduct
5. The student must not have obtained a D or F in any
A = Excellent 4.0 (2) PGDM (Part-time) and unsavory behavior that brings disrepute to the
course.
Institute shall be brought to the notice of the Dean
B = Good 3.0 a) Students who, at the end of any academic year, have (Academic). The Dean may, in consultation with the 6. The student must not have taken a supplementary
C = Pass / Satisfactory 2.0 accumulated till then an equivalent of D in 15 or more concerned Program Director, form a committee examination in any course.
credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to D in 6 consisting of the Dean himself, the Program Director,
D = Unsatisfactory 1.0 credits) will not be promoted to the subsequent year of 7. The student must not have violated the specified
concerned Instructor (if applicable) and/or Hostel academic discipline or code of conduct as stipulated
F = Fail 0.0 the program. They will be required to enroll in the Superintendent (if applicable) and the Registrar to
courses in which they have obtained D or F and by IMI during the entire program.
In addition, in various components of each course, letter determine appropriate course of action.
satisfactorily meet all the academic requirements as From among the students who qualify for the IMI Honor
grades A+, A-, B+, B-, C+, C-, D+, D-, at intervals of ± IMI Honour List and Award of Medals
stipulated in that course. list, one gold medal and one silver medal per program
0.33 from the base letter grade point are given. The The IMI award for scholastic performance will be given to
overall grade point of a course is computed by taking the b) Students who have obtained an equivalent of D in 18 shall be awarded to the student with the highest and
the students of graduating classes on the basis of the
weighted average of the grade points in individual or more credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to D in second highest cumulative CGPA, respectively. In case of
criteria detailed below. To qualify for the IMI Honor list, a
components of that course. This overall grade point for a 6 credits) in a particular academic will not be a tie, the Academic Council shall decide on the award
student must satisfy conditions 1 to 7, which are as follows:
course is then converted to an overall letter grade for the promoted to the subsequent year of the program.
and provide reasons for the choice. From among the
course by using the following conversion scheme. They will be required to repeat the full academic year 1. The students should be in the top 10% in terms of
CGPA in the first year. lady students who qualify for the IMI Honor list, one gold
in which they have obtained an equivalent of D in 18
3.67 to 4.33 " A or more credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to D in 2. The students should be in the top 10% in terms of medal shall be given to the lady student with the highest
2.67 to 3.66 " B 6 credits) and satisfactorily meet the requirements of CGPA in the second year, where applicable. cumulative CGPA across all academic programs. In case
1.67 to 2.66 " C all courses offered during that year to be eligible for 3. The students should be in the top 10% in terms of of a tie, the Academic Council shall decide on the award
promotion to the subsequent year. CGPA in the third year, where applicable. and provide reasons for the choice.
0.67 to 1.66 " D
Merit Scholarships
0 to 0.66 " F
Merit scholarships are awarded to the students of the
Criteria for Award of Diploma Executive PGDM program on the basis of outstanding
To qualify for any of the diplomas of the programs as the cumulative academic performance at the end of the
case may be, the following are the minimal requirements: program. The amount of scholarship is Rs. 30,000/- for
the first rank holder, Rs. 20,000/- for the second rank
a) Students must obtain an overall minimum CGPA of
holder and Rs. 15,000/- for third rank holder.
C+ = 2.33 in the program.
Merit scholarships are awarded to the students of the
b) Students must have obtained an equivalent of D in
PGDM and PGDM - HR programs on the basis of
less than 12 credits (F in 3 credit being equivalent to D
outstanding cumulative academic performance at the end
in 6 credits).
of first year. The amount of scholarship is Rs. 50,000/-
c) The Grade obtained by the student in the Foreign for the first rank holder, Rs. 30,000/- for the second
Language Course for the PGDM program shall not be rank holder and Rs. 20,000/- for the third rank holder.
considered in computing CGPA for award of diploma.
Merit scholarships are awarded to the students of the
However, a minimum of an overall D grade in foreign
PGDM (Part-time) program on the basis of outstanding
language is required for a student to be eligible for
cumulative academic performance at the end of first year
award of diploma of the Institute.
as well as the end of the second year. The amount of
Criteria for Promotion scholarship at the end of each year is Rs. 30,000/- for
(1) PGDM & PGDM - HR the first rank holder, Rs. 20,000/- for the second rank
To qualify for promotion to the second year, a student must holder and Rs. 15,000/- for the third rank holder.
satisfy the following conditions at the end of the first year:
Attendance
a) Students must have obtained an equivalent of D in IMI places high emphasis on regularity and punctuality.
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Grading less than 12 credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to Attendance is compulsory in all courses and further 4. The award would be given only if the student's CGPA is
IMI follows a letter grade system for evaluation of D in 6 credits). details are available in the student handbook. --3.3 and above for the entire program
participants' academic work. The letter grades and the b) The grade obtained by the student in the Foreign Discipline --3.2 and above individually in each year for a multi-
equivalent grade points are as follows: Language course in PGDM shall not be considered in Cases of indiscipline, use of unfair means in any year program.
Letter Grade Grade Point the decision for promotion. academic endeavor, violation of IMI's Code of Conduct
5. The student must not have obtained a D or F in any
A = Excellent 4.0 (2) PGDM (Part-time) and unsavory behavior that brings disrepute to the
course.
Institute shall be brought to the notice of the Dean
B = Good 3.0 a) Students who, at the end of any academic year, have (Academic). The Dean may, in consultation with the 6. The student must not have taken a supplementary
C = Pass / Satisfactory 2.0 accumulated till then an equivalent of D in 15 or more concerned Program Director, form a committee examination in any course.
credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to D in 6 consisting of the Dean himself, the Program Director,
D = Unsatisfactory 1.0 credits) will not be promoted to the subsequent year of 7. The student must not have violated the specified
concerned Instructor (if applicable) and/or Hostel academic discipline or code of conduct as stipulated
F = Fail 0.0 the program. They will be required to enroll in the Superintendent (if applicable) and the Registrar to
courses in which they have obtained D or F and by IMI during the entire program.
In addition, in various components of each course, letter determine appropriate course of action.
satisfactorily meet all the academic requirements as From among the students who qualify for the IMI Honor
grades A+, A-, B+, B-, C+, C-, D+, D-, at intervals of ± IMI Honour List and Award of Medals
stipulated in that course. list, one gold medal and one silver medal per program
0.33 from the base letter grade point are given. The The IMI award for scholastic performance will be given to
overall grade point of a course is computed by taking the b) Students who have obtained an equivalent of D in 18 shall be awarded to the student with the highest and
the students of graduating classes on the basis of the
weighted average of the grade points in individual or more credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to D in second highest cumulative CGPA, respectively. In case of
criteria detailed below. To qualify for the IMI Honor list, a
components of that course. This overall grade point for a 6 credits) in a particular academic will not be a tie, the Academic Council shall decide on the award
student must satisfy conditions 1 to 7, which are as follows:
course is then converted to an overall letter grade for the promoted to the subsequent year of the program.
and provide reasons for the choice. From among the
course by using the following conversion scheme. They will be required to repeat the full academic year 1. The students should be in the top 10% in terms of
CGPA in the first year. lady students who qualify for the IMI Honor list, one gold
in which they have obtained an equivalent of D in 18
3.67 to 4.33 " A or more credits (F in 3 credits being equivalent to D in 2. The students should be in the top 10% in terms of medal shall be given to the lady student with the highest
2.67 to 3.66 " B 6 credits) and satisfactorily meet the requirements of CGPA in the second year, where applicable. cumulative CGPA across all academic programs. In case
1.67 to 2.66 " C all courses offered during that year to be eligible for 3. The students should be in the top 10% in terms of of a tie, the Academic Council shall decide on the award
promotion to the subsequent year. CGPA in the third year, where applicable. and provide reasons for the choice.
0.67 to 1.66 " D
Merit Scholarships
0 to 0.66 " F
Merit scholarships are awarded to the students of the
Criteria for Award of Diploma Executive PGDM program on the basis of outstanding
To qualify for any of the diplomas of the programs as the cumulative academic performance at the end of the
case may be, the following are the minimal requirements: program. The amount of scholarship is Rs. 30,000/- for
the first rank holder, Rs. 20,000/- for the second rank
a) Students must obtain an overall minimum CGPA of
holder and Rs. 15,000/- for third rank holder.
C+ = 2.33 in the program.
Merit scholarships are awarded to the students of the
b) Students must have obtained an equivalent of D in
PGDM and PGDM - HR programs on the basis of
less than 12 credits (F in 3 credit being equivalent to D
outstanding cumulative academic performance at the end
in 6 credits).
of first year. The amount of scholarship is Rs. 50,000/-
c) The Grade obtained by the student in the Foreign for the first rank holder, Rs. 30,000/- for the second
Language Course for the PGDM program shall not be rank holder and Rs. 20,000/- for the third rank holder.
considered in computing CGPA for award of diploma.
Merit scholarships are awarded to the students of the
However, a minimum of an overall D grade in foreign
PGDM (Part-time) program on the basis of outstanding
language is required for a student to be eligible for
cumulative academic performance at the end of first year
award of diploma of the Institute.
as well as the end of the second year. The amount of
Criteria for Promotion scholarship at the end of each year is Rs. 30,000/- for
(1) PGDM & PGDM - HR the first rank holder, Rs. 20,000/- for the second rank
To qualify for promotion to the second year, a student must holder and Rs. 15,000/- for the third rank holder.
satisfy the following conditions at the end of the first year:
Attendance
a) Students must have obtained an equivalent of D in IMI places high emphasis on regularity and punctuality.
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for on-line classes and practice sessions. Two high-speed


laser printers and one A-3 Color laser printer are
available for printing jobs. The software library includes
the latest software: Windows Vista/XP Professional,
Microsoft Exchange 2007, Windows 2000 Professional,
Microsoft Office 2007, Office 2003, Office XP, Visual
Studio 2000, QSB, CMMS, QSOM, E-views 3.1, MS
Project 2000, SPSS 14.0, SAS, Trend Anti Virus Server
Client Editions, SAP, MS Back-office 2000, ORACLE 8i
(ENTERPRISE), Internet Developer Suite with ATS, Visual
Age for Java Enterprise, Web-sphere Studio Advance
Edition, Macromedia Director, Corel Draw, Photoshop,
Rational Suite, Mathematical 4.2 Software.
Online assessment software is installed on the network for
grading, online feedback, online quiz, and online
attendance. The students, staff and faculty have been
provided with Login to access the software anywhere in
leading collection of bibliographic and full text
the campus to view student performance.
content. As part of the comprehensive coverage
Each faculty member is provided with HP Intel Centrino offered by this database, indexing and abstracts for
laptops for mobile computing and a LaserJet printer. All the most important scholarly business Journals back
secretaries, library, accounts and administration staff is as far as 1886 are included.
provided with an Intel Pentium based personal computer.
2. Emerald Management XTRA : Emerald
IMI has a Web interface, which is accessible at Management Xtra is the largest, most
http://www.imi.edu and an Intranet for all internal users. comprehensive collection of peer reviewed
Williamson Magor Library and Information management journals, also backed by a
Service management-specific abstracting service of top 300
journals in the world.
The WML offers access to a wide range of both printed
and electronic sources with an increasing emphasis being 3. Springer Link : Springer-Business & Economics
placed upon electronic delivery of information to users. Collection comprises about 117 Journals in Business
The WML has a stock of about 19,300 volumes covering and Management, Economics, Operations
not only aspects of management and business, but also Research and Statistics (subscribed up to 2007).
related disciplines of economics, accounting, finance, the 4. ABI/INFORM Global : The pre-eminent world
behavioral sciences and information technology. business and management bibliographic database
Moreover, there is a substantial collection of reference giving abstracts of articles in some 1,000 journals
books (including directories and year books). (subscribed up to 1997-CD-ROMs)
The aesthetically designed IMI Campus creates a unique/wholesome classroom experience.
stimulating atmosphere, conducive to all round The 202 periodical titles subscribed to by the WML are 5. Industry Analysis Service (CMIE) covers around
Tata Chemicals Computer Centre
development of a participant. The Amphitheatre is the vital sources for academic research and up-to-date hundred industries and presents detailed data on
IMI has a state of the art computing facility for the students
nodal point of campus life around which the academic business information. A number of daily and weekly Demand and Supply, Prices, Financial performance
on campus. The Tata Chemicals Computer Centre has
block, residence and recreational facilities are located. newspapers from different parts of India and abroad are and Investments etc of the industries. This includes
Five servers (IBM, HP) with Windows 2003, and Linux as
also available. Back copies of these are available in forecasts and descriptive analysis of the current
The centrally air-conditioned academic complex consists the operating environment. The campus has a network of
printed forms. Its online publication 'Contents Pages in trends.
of spacious lecture halls, the Tata Chemicals Computer more than 400 plus computers, which is Wi-Fi enabled to
Management' enables users to scan rapidly the contents
Centre, BOC Conference Room, RPG Auditorium, ensure mobile computing at all locations including hostel 6. CapEX (CMIE) : This is a database of major
of the major journals received every week.
Williamson Magor Library, Faculty Chambers and rooms, amphitheatre and canteen. The campus has a 6 investment projects on hand in India.
Administrative Offices. All lecture halls have access to MBPS, 24-hour high-speed internet connectivity. Electronic Database : Electronic databases permitting
latest presentation equipments such as DLP Multimedia speedy retrieval of current information available at WML, 7. India Trades (CMIE) : A detailed database of India's
IMI Campus has two exclusive high-tech computer labs. exports and imports brought in collaboration with
Projectors, Lap Top Notebook Computers, Magnetic include the following:
These computer labs are equipped with more than 100 DGCI&S.
Boards, OHP Projectors, Internet and Intranet connectivity 1. Business Source Complete (EBSCO), is world's
(HP) computers having latest chip-set with TFT monitors
and a state - of - the - art sound system providing for a definitive scholarly business database, providing the 8. Indiastat. com : It covers wide range of information
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for on-line classes and practice sessions. Two high-speed


laser printers and one A-3 Color laser printer are
available for printing jobs. The software library includes
the latest software: Windows Vista/XP Professional,
Microsoft Exchange 2007, Windows 2000 Professional,
Microsoft Office 2007, Office 2003, Office XP, Visual
Studio 2000, QSB, CMMS, QSOM, E-views 3.1, MS
Project 2000, SPSS 14.0, SAS, Trend Anti Virus Server
Client Editions, SAP, MS Back-office 2000, ORACLE 8i
(ENTERPRISE), Internet Developer Suite with ATS, Visual
Age for Java Enterprise, Web-sphere Studio Advance
Edition, Macromedia Director, Corel Draw, Photoshop,
Rational Suite, Mathematical 4.2 Software.
Online assessment software is installed on the network for
grading, online feedback, online quiz, and online
attendance. The students, staff and faculty have been
provided with Login to access the software anywhere in
leading collection of bibliographic and full text
the campus to view student performance.
content. As part of the comprehensive coverage
Each faculty member is provided with HP Intel Centrino offered by this database, indexing and abstracts for
laptops for mobile computing and a LaserJet printer. All the most important scholarly business Journals back
secretaries, library, accounts and administration staff is as far as 1886 are included.
provided with an Intel Pentium based personal computer.
2. Emerald Management XTRA : Emerald
IMI has a Web interface, which is accessible at Management Xtra is the largest, most
http://www.imi.edu and an Intranet for all internal users. comprehensive collection of peer reviewed
Williamson Magor Library and Information management journals, also backed by a
Service management-specific abstracting service of top 300
journals in the world.
The WML offers access to a wide range of both printed
and electronic sources with an increasing emphasis being 3. Springer Link : Springer-Business & Economics
placed upon electronic delivery of information to users. Collection comprises about 117 Journals in Business
The WML has a stock of about 19,300 volumes covering and Management, Economics, Operations
not only aspects of management and business, but also Research and Statistics (subscribed up to 2007).
related disciplines of economics, accounting, finance, the 4. ABI/INFORM Global : The pre-eminent world
behavioral sciences and information technology. business and management bibliographic database
Moreover, there is a substantial collection of reference giving abstracts of articles in some 1,000 journals
books (including directories and year books). (subscribed up to 1997-CD-ROMs)
The aesthetically designed IMI Campus creates a unique/wholesome classroom experience.
stimulating atmosphere, conducive to all round The 202 periodical titles subscribed to by the WML are 5. Industry Analysis Service (CMIE) covers around
Tata Chemicals Computer Centre
development of a participant. The Amphitheatre is the vital sources for academic research and up-to-date hundred industries and presents detailed data on
IMI has a state of the art computing facility for the students
nodal point of campus life around which the academic business information. A number of daily and weekly Demand and Supply, Prices, Financial performance
on campus. The Tata Chemicals Computer Centre has
block, residence and recreational facilities are located. newspapers from different parts of India and abroad are and Investments etc of the industries. This includes
Five servers (IBM, HP) with Windows 2003, and Linux as
also available. Back copies of these are available in forecasts and descriptive analysis of the current
The centrally air-conditioned academic complex consists the operating environment. The campus has a network of
printed forms. Its online publication 'Contents Pages in trends.
of spacious lecture halls, the Tata Chemicals Computer more than 400 plus computers, which is Wi-Fi enabled to
Management' enables users to scan rapidly the contents
Centre, BOC Conference Room, RPG Auditorium, ensure mobile computing at all locations including hostel 6. CapEX (CMIE) : This is a database of major
of the major journals received every week.
Williamson Magor Library, Faculty Chambers and rooms, amphitheatre and canteen. The campus has a 6 investment projects on hand in India.
Administrative Offices. All lecture halls have access to MBPS, 24-hour high-speed internet connectivity. Electronic Database : Electronic databases permitting
latest presentation equipments such as DLP Multimedia speedy retrieval of current information available at WML, 7. India Trades (CMIE) : A detailed database of India's
IMI Campus has two exclusive high-tech computer labs. exports and imports brought in collaboration with
Projectors, Lap Top Notebook Computers, Magnetic include the following:
These computer labs are equipped with more than 100 DGCI&S.
Boards, OHP Projectors, Internet and Intranet connectivity 1. Business Source Complete (EBSCO), is world's
(HP) computers having latest chip-set with TFT monitors
and a state - of - the - art sound system providing for a definitive scholarly business database, providing the 8. Indiastat. com : It covers wide range of information
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PARTICIPANT INTEREST GROUPS,


ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITIES
on the subject like Science, Technology, Agriculture, on current affairs to carefully planned symposia and KRITVA 2008
Industry, Statistics. (Socio-Economic data). lectures that enrich the participants' professional, IMI's annual management festival KRITVA, which means
9. INDLAW : It covers information on Indian legal, tax, academic and extra curricular interests. The majority of “To Do” was organized and celebrated on November 30,
business and regulatory issues. these events are planned and executed by the participants and December 01, in 2008. This event is an ideal
themselves. The participant's interest platform for students to showcase their skills. KRITVA
10. Prowess (CMIE) : A comprehensive database of groups/organizations include: started with Them Clones and Karma to vibrant music
about 9,500 large and medium companies.
Achievers (Alumni Association) and resonant sounds, which no doubt struck a perfect
11. LibSys 7: is an integrated library/ information chord with the enraptured audience.
resource management system and a Web centric Prometheans (the Marketing Club)
KRITVA is not merely a management festival; it is also a
implementation of LibSys providing access through Finatyze (the Finance Club) tribute to the rich cultural heritage and ethnic diversity of
industry standard Web Browsers.
Human-Edge (the HRD Club) India. As a natural corollary, various competitive quizzes
12. HBS Cases: India Site License Agreement with in the management disciplines, KRITVA - 2008 organizers
Systematica (Systems Club)
Harvard Business School Publishing to use HBSP arranged the Battle of The Bands, which saw various
materials it its management degree, Opsessia (Operations Club) college bands perform in The Karma Bhoomi at IMI.
13. BBC Worldwide Learning VCDs : Besides other Interface There were participants from a wide cross section of the
VCDs, the library has a collection of 26 BBC IMI's quarterly magazine, Interface has been appearing country's premier business schools. A partial list includes
Worldwide Training programs in 78 VCDs. regularly for the last three years. About 4000 copies are IIM- B, C & I, ISB, IIFT, TISS, XLRI, FMS - Delhi, MDI, etc.
mailed to corporations and other opinion leaders KRITVA 2008 was an unprecedented success.
14. FICCI World class training and development CD-
concerned with management education.
ROMS: FICCI Quality forum is the pioneer in world- Events Organized by IMI during 2008-09
class management training and development The magazine contains articles on topics of current
Sl. Name of the Date
resources. IMI Library also has eight FICCI Quality interest written by faculty, students and expert external
No. Programme
Forum CD-ROMs. contributors as well as news about alumni and about
events on campus. 1. Finalyze-The Finance 2-3 August 2008
15. Great Minds of the Western Intellectual Tradition set
Summit
of seven DVDs. Back issues are posted on the IMI website through the
link: http://www.imi.edu/Newsletter/index.asp 2. HR Summit 2008 8-9 August 2008
Residence
The modern and aesthetically designed residence at IMI 3. Promethean-The 29-30
forms an integral part of the academic and social life. Marketing Summit August 2008
Besides promoting group study and learning outside the 4. Empezar-The 17-18 October To this intent, the Association has chapters now operating
classroom, the residential accommodation also enables Entrepreneurship 2008 from New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai,
participants to optimally utilize IMI resources like the Conclave UK & USA which meet frequently. IMI alumni have taken
library and computing facilities with internet and intranet up the task of contributing liberally to the IMI library as
5. IMI-ZARIO 21-23 October
available in all the hostel rooms. well as to raise resources for instituting Scholarships.
Entrepreneurship Event 2008
The residence provides students with excellent mess The Guest Lecture (GL) series in which senior alumni are
6. Samveg-The 23 October
facilities, well-furnished rooms and recreational facilities invited to share their experiences in their field of
Operation Summit 2008
including a modern air-conditioned gymnasium. The experience have been very well received by the
Amphitheatre is the venue of most social activities such as 7. Karma - 2008 29 November participants. The GL-Series give the participants an
"Kritva" the annual management festival of IMI. 2008 exposure to diverse aspects of various industries. The
Rooms are furnished and allotted on a double occupancy 8. Kritva-Annual 30 November & Institute attaches great importance to this activity as the
basis. Preference is given to outstation or foreign students Management & 01 December Alumni act as a vital link to the business world.
on a first come first-served basis. Beginning July 2007, Cultural Fest 2008
Prometheans
IMI has also leased a 50 bed off campus housing facility Achievers The origin of the name lies in the Greek language
about 2 km from the campus. It has the same facilities as “Achievers", the Alumni Association of IMI, stands for its meaning "One who is originally creative and does not
the residence on campus, including a wireless network. mission of integrating IMI's Alumni, well placed in industry believe in set patterns and rules." True to its name the club
IMI supports a wide range of activities that serve the and public organizations in India and abroad, into the encourages students to be innovative and bubbling with
professional and intellectual interests of the participants affairs of the Institute. The underlying objective is to bring new ideas. The marketing club of IMI seeks not only to
and help the students to carry out various activities. These about a fruitful industry-academic cooperation that is the provide the student with a clear perspective of marketing
activities range from organizing special events focusing cornerstone of every business school's eminence. issues but also to develop their own perspective. The
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

PARTICIPANT INTEREST GROUPS,


ORGANIZATION AND ACTIVITIES
on the subject like Science, Technology, Agriculture, on current affairs to carefully planned symposia and KRITVA 2008
Industry, Statistics. (Socio-Economic data). lectures that enrich the participants' professional, IMI's annual management festival KRITVA, which means
9. INDLAW : It covers information on Indian legal, tax, academic and extra curricular interests. The majority of “To Do” was organized and celebrated on November 30,
business and regulatory issues. these events are planned and executed by the participants and December 01, in 2008. This event is an ideal
themselves. The participant's interest platform for students to showcase their skills. KRITVA
10. Prowess (CMIE) : A comprehensive database of groups/organizations include: started with Them Clones and Karma to vibrant music
about 9,500 large and medium companies.
Achievers (Alumni Association) and resonant sounds, which no doubt struck a perfect
11. LibSys 7: is an integrated library/ information chord with the enraptured audience.
resource management system and a Web centric Prometheans (the Marketing Club)
KRITVA is not merely a management festival; it is also a
implementation of LibSys providing access through Finatyze (the Finance Club) tribute to the rich cultural heritage and ethnic diversity of
industry standard Web Browsers.
Human-Edge (the HRD Club) India. As a natural corollary, various competitive quizzes
12. HBS Cases: India Site License Agreement with in the management disciplines, KRITVA - 2008 organizers
Systematica (Systems Club)
Harvard Business School Publishing to use HBSP arranged the Battle of The Bands, which saw various
materials it its management degree, Opsessia (Operations Club) college bands perform in The Karma Bhoomi at IMI.
13. BBC Worldwide Learning VCDs : Besides other Interface There were participants from a wide cross section of the
VCDs, the library has a collection of 26 BBC IMI's quarterly magazine, Interface has been appearing country's premier business schools. A partial list includes
Worldwide Training programs in 78 VCDs. regularly for the last three years. About 4000 copies are IIM- B, C & I, ISB, IIFT, TISS, XLRI, FMS - Delhi, MDI, etc.
mailed to corporations and other opinion leaders KRITVA 2008 was an unprecedented success.
14. FICCI World class training and development CD-
concerned with management education.
ROMS: FICCI Quality forum is the pioneer in world- Events Organized by IMI during 2008-09
class management training and development The magazine contains articles on topics of current
Sl. Name of the Date
resources. IMI Library also has eight FICCI Quality interest written by faculty, students and expert external
No. Programme
Forum CD-ROMs. contributors as well as news about alumni and about
events on campus. 1. Finalyze-The Finance 2-3 August 2008
15. Great Minds of the Western Intellectual Tradition set
Summit
of seven DVDs. Back issues are posted on the IMI website through the
link: http://www.imi.edu/Newsletter/index.asp 2. HR Summit 2008 8-9 August 2008
Residence
The modern and aesthetically designed residence at IMI 3. Promethean-The 29-30
forms an integral part of the academic and social life. Marketing Summit August 2008
Besides promoting group study and learning outside the 4. Empezar-The 17-18 October To this intent, the Association has chapters now operating
classroom, the residential accommodation also enables Entrepreneurship 2008 from New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai,
participants to optimally utilize IMI resources like the Conclave UK & USA which meet frequently. IMI alumni have taken
library and computing facilities with internet and intranet up the task of contributing liberally to the IMI library as
5. IMI-ZARIO 21-23 October
available in all the hostel rooms. well as to raise resources for instituting Scholarships.
Entrepreneurship Event 2008
The residence provides students with excellent mess The Guest Lecture (GL) series in which senior alumni are
6. Samveg-The 23 October
facilities, well-furnished rooms and recreational facilities invited to share their experiences in their field of
Operation Summit 2008
including a modern air-conditioned gymnasium. The experience have been very well received by the
Amphitheatre is the venue of most social activities such as 7. Karma - 2008 29 November participants. The GL-Series give the participants an
"Kritva" the annual management festival of IMI. 2008 exposure to diverse aspects of various industries. The
Rooms are furnished and allotted on a double occupancy 8. Kritva-Annual 30 November & Institute attaches great importance to this activity as the
basis. Preference is given to outstation or foreign students Management & 01 December Alumni act as a vital link to the business world.
on a first come first-served basis. Beginning July 2007, Cultural Fest 2008
Prometheans
IMI has also leased a 50 bed off campus housing facility Achievers The origin of the name lies in the Greek language
about 2 km from the campus. It has the same facilities as “Achievers", the Alumni Association of IMI, stands for its meaning "One who is originally creative and does not
the residence on campus, including a wireless network. mission of integrating IMI's Alumni, well placed in industry believe in set patterns and rules." True to its name the club
IMI supports a wide range of activities that serve the and public organizations in India and abroad, into the encourages students to be innovative and bubbling with
professional and intellectual interests of the participants affairs of the Institute. The underlying objective is to bring new ideas. The marketing club of IMI seeks not only to
and help the students to carry out various activities. These about a fruitful industry-academic cooperation that is the provide the student with a clear perspective of marketing
activities range from organizing special events focusing cornerstone of every business school's eminence. issues but also to develop their own perspective. The
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philosophy of Prometheans is to help its members go Edge, in association with the national HRD Network, Center for Management of Innovation and
beyond the textbooks and gain valuable insights. The Delhi Chapter organized the Annual HRD Summit in Technology (CMIT)
club undertakes several activities including quizzes, August, 2008.
Not many institutions in the country are engaged in
simulations, advertising games, brainstorming sessions
Systematica investigating a broad spectrum of issues which have a
and guest lectures. It also has faculty advisors in the
With the proliferation of Information Technology in every bearing on innovation, creativity and technology
marketing department who constantly guide and help in
walk of life, increased need for leveraging this in business management. The Center for Management of Innovation
all the activities.
practice is desired. Towards this end the club is committed and Technology (CMIT) at the IMI has taken up this
Finalyze towards fostering a high degree of awareness of IT as a challenge.
At IMI 'Business Leaders in the making' are involved in key business enabler in the managers of tomorrow. The
CMIT is an institutionalized effort designed to support.
constant endeavors to supplement the pedagogical activities include seminars on emerging IT trends and
and foster innovative solutions to challenges posed within
inputs with experiential learning. Stock market workshops on application packages.
client organizations. It also helps organizations integrate
simulations, quizzes, discussions, guest lectures further
Opsessia technology into their business strategy through building
sharpen the students' analytical and conceptual skills.
Samveg is the annual operations conclave organized by capabilities for management of technology. Further it
Sharing of experiences during full-time job engagements
the Opsessia - the operations club of International provides know-how for undertaking technology-based
and summer internships contribute to the appreciation of
Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi. Samveg is a entrepreneurship.
competing view points and understanding of challenges
congregation of leaders from industry. Last year's theme Establishment of CMIT is a crucial step in IMI's strategy for
involved in the field of finance. Finalyze is a constructive
for the conclave aimed at generating insights in logistics upholding its vision of a world-class institute for research
platform for the budding financial “wunderkind”.
and supply chain relevant to industry and especially to and practice. CMIT is a network organization that works carry the major responsibility. Building capacities and
Human-Edge students from business schools who are the future industry with government and business agencies in the field of capabilities for effective governance of the social sector
IMI encourages students across all functional disciplines leaders. The IMI Operations Conclave is an attempt to innovation and technology management. has emerged as a key requirement.
to use this forum for developing behavioral, interpersonal form the gateway for sharing knowledge about challenges
skills and gaining insight into HRM practices. Human - CMIT has set a mission of assisting the industry in building While business schools usually deploy their expertise in
and opportunities more widely with industry leaders.
international competitiveness. The importance of research and consultancy for the benefit of the corporate
effectively managing technology for growth and the world, IMI has taken upon itself the additional goal of
engendering innovation for meeting the challenges are making professional contribution to the society through a
emphasized . Although the activities of the CMIT will be special thrust on the development and growth of the
relevant to the client organization, the learning will be social and non-profit sector. This vision has encouraged
industry wide. The range of programs and activities under IMI to create a Center for Social Sector Governance
the CMIT banner cover the following: research, (CSSG). IMI being a specialized management institution
publications and, database maintenance; capacity will be able to play a catalytic role and help in achieving
building through education and Training programs; the objectives through: Research in Social Sector,
network building; consultancy services; creation of an u Research in social sector
innovation and technology management think tank. The
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology u Policy Research and Advocacy
(MCIT) has awarded a 3 year project on 'National u Partnership and Agency Development
Competitiveness in Knowledge Economy' to IMI with IIT
u Expanding the national /international net work
Chennai, IIT Roorkee and National Productivity Council
as partner institutions. CSSG is implementing a 3-year project awarded by the
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research,
Center for Social Sector Governance (CSSG) Government of India. Under this project, CSSG is
Policy-makers, technocrats and economists tend to focus organizing workshops on 'Creation and Dissemination of
on sectoral changes and development that ensure Knowledge' and training programs on ‘Integration of
economic growth and development. This approach is Social Sciences with Engineering and Technology /
understandable when focusing on GDP alone, but not Management Education'. Some of the events are being
when dealing with the broader issues of equity, access, organized outside New Delhi. Outstation events are
social development, inclusive growth and like. being organized in association with reputed institutions
Increasingly, international agencies, financial institutions such as the National Institute for Technical Teachers'
and development banks have been investing in the social Training and Research, Chandigarh, Indian Institute of
sector, in addition to the national governments which Technology, Chennai, and Goa Institute of Management,
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philosophy of Prometheans is to help its members go Edge, in association with the national HRD Network, Center for Management of Innovation and
beyond the textbooks and gain valuable insights. The Delhi Chapter organized the Annual HRD Summit in Technology (CMIT)
club undertakes several activities including quizzes, August, 2008.
Not many institutions in the country are engaged in
simulations, advertising games, brainstorming sessions
Systematica investigating a broad spectrum of issues which have a
and guest lectures. It also has faculty advisors in the
With the proliferation of Information Technology in every bearing on innovation, creativity and technology
marketing department who constantly guide and help in
walk of life, increased need for leveraging this in business management. The Center for Management of Innovation
all the activities.
practice is desired. Towards this end the club is committed and Technology (CMIT) at the IMI has taken up this
Finalyze towards fostering a high degree of awareness of IT as a challenge.
At IMI 'Business Leaders in the making' are involved in key business enabler in the managers of tomorrow. The
CMIT is an institutionalized effort designed to support.
constant endeavors to supplement the pedagogical activities include seminars on emerging IT trends and
and foster innovative solutions to challenges posed within
inputs with experiential learning. Stock market workshops on application packages.
client organizations. It also helps organizations integrate
simulations, quizzes, discussions, guest lectures further
Opsessia technology into their business strategy through building
sharpen the students' analytical and conceptual skills.
Samveg is the annual operations conclave organized by capabilities for management of technology. Further it
Sharing of experiences during full-time job engagements
the Opsessia - the operations club of International provides know-how for undertaking technology-based
and summer internships contribute to the appreciation of
Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi. Samveg is a entrepreneurship.
competing view points and understanding of challenges
congregation of leaders from industry. Last year's theme Establishment of CMIT is a crucial step in IMI's strategy for
involved in the field of finance. Finalyze is a constructive
for the conclave aimed at generating insights in logistics upholding its vision of a world-class institute for research
platform for the budding financial “wunderkind”.
and supply chain relevant to industry and especially to and practice. CMIT is a network organization that works carry the major responsibility. Building capacities and
Human-Edge students from business schools who are the future industry with government and business agencies in the field of capabilities for effective governance of the social sector
IMI encourages students across all functional disciplines leaders. The IMI Operations Conclave is an attempt to innovation and technology management. has emerged as a key requirement.
to use this forum for developing behavioral, interpersonal form the gateway for sharing knowledge about challenges
skills and gaining insight into HRM practices. Human - CMIT has set a mission of assisting the industry in building While business schools usually deploy their expertise in
and opportunities more widely with industry leaders.
international competitiveness. The importance of research and consultancy for the benefit of the corporate
effectively managing technology for growth and the world, IMI has taken upon itself the additional goal of
engendering innovation for meeting the challenges are making professional contribution to the society through a
emphasized . Although the activities of the CMIT will be special thrust on the development and growth of the
relevant to the client organization, the learning will be social and non-profit sector. This vision has encouraged
industry wide. The range of programs and activities under IMI to create a Center for Social Sector Governance
the CMIT banner cover the following: research, (CSSG). IMI being a specialized management institution
publications and, database maintenance; capacity will be able to play a catalytic role and help in achieving
building through education and Training programs; the objectives through: Research in Social Sector,
network building; consultancy services; creation of an u Research in social sector
innovation and technology management think tank. The
Ministry of Communication and Information Technology u Policy Research and Advocacy
(MCIT) has awarded a 3 year project on 'National u Partnership and Agency Development
Competitiveness in Knowledge Economy' to IMI with IIT
u Expanding the national /international net work
Chennai, IIT Roorkee and National Productivity Council
as partner institutions. CSSG is implementing a 3-year project awarded by the
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research,
Center for Social Sector Governance (CSSG) Government of India. Under this project, CSSG is
Policy-makers, technocrats and economists tend to focus organizing workshops on 'Creation and Dissemination of
on sectoral changes and development that ensure Knowledge' and training programs on ‘Integration of
economic growth and development. This approach is Social Sciences with Engineering and Technology /
understandable when focusing on GDP alone, but not Management Education'. Some of the events are being
when dealing with the broader issues of equity, access, organized outside New Delhi. Outstation events are
social development, inclusive growth and like. being organized in association with reputed institutions
Increasingly, international agencies, financial institutions such as the National Institute for Technical Teachers'
and development banks have been investing in the social Training and Research, Chandigarh, Indian Institute of
sector, in addition to the national governments which Technology, Chennai, and Goa Institute of Management,
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u Negotiation Skills academia in the field of management and related


u Developing Managerial Competence disciplines. IMI faculty is recognized internationally for
their expertise in multiple disciplines. This is evident from
u Leadership Development for Trade Union Activities their critically acclaimed work for companies and
u Employee Participation in Management agencies like ACC, Exim Bank, IFC, HLL, CIDA, MBS, ILO,
Ministry of Power, Government of India, NTPC, RBI, PFC,
u Industrial Relations
ONGC, GAIL, NRDC, PEC, World Bank, ILO, UNCTAD.
u Customer Relationship Management
IMI faculty members have to their credit a number of
u Sales Force Management publications in the form of books and articles published in
u Enterprise Risk Management leading national and international journals. Between
them, the IMI faculty produced 15 books during the year,
u Performance Management
bringing the total tally to 81. Besides occasional paper
u Strategic Cost Management series, the Institute also publishes a bi-annual journal.
u Internal Audit to Add Value Global Business Review : IMI's refereed journal, "Global
u Project Finance Business Review" (GBR) in collaboration with Sage
Publications, publishes research on significant
u Advanced Financial Management developments in management practice. A bi-annual
Consultancy publication, it attracts research work from the best minds
The gamut of IMI's activities also includes Consultancy across the world.
Services aimed at helping enterprises enhance their
efficiency, competencies and competitiveness. The areas
in which IMI offers consultancy services include:
Goa. CSSG is also negotiating a collaboration with the in which senior management from leading public sector
Commonwealth Secretariat for providing its expertise for including 'Novaratnas' spend one week in India and two u Organizational Re-design/Restructuring
capacity building of civil service officers of countries in weeks in Europe and the U.S. The program consists of u Banking and Finance
southern Africa. classroom lectures, field visits to International Agencies
u Globalization and Labour
and Institutes (WTO, ILO, UNCTAD, EC, World Bank,
Executive Development Programs (EDPs)
IMF). u Doing Business in India
EDPs form an integral part of IMI's commitment to
continuing education. Towards this end, IMI conducts a In-Company Programs : To meet the ever-growing needs u Cross Cultural Management
number of workshops, seminars and executive of industry, the Institute offers a full range of customized u Market Research and Demand Forecasting
development programmers in various functional areas executive development program in general management
u Program Evaluation Studies for Various Ministries
every year. Through these programs the Institute has been and other functional areas. The Institute also conducts
attempting to sustain a support base for economic orientation programmers in management for u Surveys and Diagnostic Studies for Decision-Making
reforms and efficiency among administrators and engineering, technical and business graduates in public and Problem Solving
corporate executives while simultaneously developing and private sector organizations. u Optimization Solutions
appropriate management skills in response to the on- The programs include : u Supply Chain Management
going social and economic changes. IMI offers a variety
of programs which are till received by with International u General Management u Customer Relationship Management
organizations like the World Bank, ILO, UNCTAD and u Business Intelligence u Developing Partnerships and Networks for Conflict
UNDP, and by companies like companies like IOCL, u Strategizing & Strategy Implementation Resolution
ONGCL, Tata Motors, ITC, HAL etc.
u Strategic Management u Over the years, IMI has developed special expertise in
IMI is looking to further expand executive education in the the sectors of Power, Telecom and Multinational
next year given the enormous support it enjoys from u Leadership & Team Building
Corporations.
industry. These changes will ensure that IMI continues to u Self-Growth and Interpersonal Effectiveness
provide unsurpassed value to its stakeholders and enjoys Research and Publications
u Mentoring, Coaching and Counseling The Institute has an active research and publication
their support in the manner it has during the last 28 years.
u Problem Solving and Decision Making division aimed at creating, disseminating and utilizing
Global Leadership Program : The Global Leadership
u Creativity and Management Innovation knowledge to address the needs of the industry and
program is an annual activity during September-October
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u Negotiation Skills academia in the field of management and related


u Developing Managerial Competence disciplines. IMI faculty is recognized internationally for
their expertise in multiple disciplines. This is evident from
u Leadership Development for Trade Union Activities their critically acclaimed work for companies and
u Employee Participation in Management agencies like ACC, Exim Bank, IFC, HLL, CIDA, MBS, ILO,
Ministry of Power, Government of India, NTPC, RBI, PFC,
u Industrial Relations
ONGC, GAIL, NRDC, PEC, World Bank, ILO, UNCTAD.
u Customer Relationship Management
IMI faculty members have to their credit a number of
u Sales Force Management publications in the form of books and articles published in
u Enterprise Risk Management leading national and international journals. Between
them, the IMI faculty produced 15 books during the year,
u Performance Management
bringing the total tally to 81. Besides occasional paper
u Strategic Cost Management series, the Institute also publishes a bi-annual journal.
u Internal Audit to Add Value Global Business Review : IMI's refereed journal, "Global
u Project Finance Business Review" (GBR) in collaboration with Sage
Publications, publishes research on significant
u Advanced Financial Management developments in management practice. A bi-annual
Consultancy publication, it attracts research work from the best minds
The gamut of IMI's activities also includes Consultancy across the world.
Services aimed at helping enterprises enhance their
efficiency, competencies and competitiveness. The areas
in which IMI offers consultancy services include:
Goa. CSSG is also negotiating a collaboration with the in which senior management from leading public sector
Commonwealth Secretariat for providing its expertise for including 'Novaratnas' spend one week in India and two u Organizational Re-design/Restructuring
capacity building of civil service officers of countries in weeks in Europe and the U.S. The program consists of u Banking and Finance
southern Africa. classroom lectures, field visits to International Agencies
u Globalization and Labour
and Institutes (WTO, ILO, UNCTAD, EC, World Bank,
Executive Development Programs (EDPs)
IMF). u Doing Business in India
EDPs form an integral part of IMI's commitment to
continuing education. Towards this end, IMI conducts a In-Company Programs : To meet the ever-growing needs u Cross Cultural Management
number of workshops, seminars and executive of industry, the Institute offers a full range of customized u Market Research and Demand Forecasting
development programmers in various functional areas executive development program in general management
u Program Evaluation Studies for Various Ministries
every year. Through these programs the Institute has been and other functional areas. The Institute also conducts
attempting to sustain a support base for economic orientation programmers in management for u Surveys and Diagnostic Studies for Decision-Making
reforms and efficiency among administrators and engineering, technical and business graduates in public and Problem Solving
corporate executives while simultaneously developing and private sector organizations. u Optimization Solutions
appropriate management skills in response to the on- The programs include : u Supply Chain Management
going social and economic changes. IMI offers a variety
of programs which are till received by with International u General Management u Customer Relationship Management
organizations like the World Bank, ILO, UNCTAD and u Business Intelligence u Developing Partnerships and Networks for Conflict
UNDP, and by companies like companies like IOCL, u Strategizing & Strategy Implementation Resolution
ONGCL, Tata Motors, ITC, HAL etc.
u Strategic Management u Over the years, IMI has developed special expertise in
IMI is looking to further expand executive education in the the sectors of Power, Telecom and Multinational
next year given the enormous support it enjoys from u Leadership & Team Building
Corporations.
industry. These changes will ensure that IMI continues to u Self-Growth and Interpersonal Effectiveness
provide unsurpassed value to its stakeholders and enjoys Research and Publications
u Mentoring, Coaching and Counseling The Institute has an active research and publication
their support in the manner it has during the last 28 years.
u Problem Solving and Decision Making division aimed at creating, disseminating and utilizing
Global Leadership Program : The Global Leadership
u Creativity and Management Innovation knowledge to address the needs of the industry and
program is an annual activity during September-October
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FACULTY

Ahuja Narender - Professor (On leave) their Board of Director of Studies. He is a Member of ICF for more than two decades, in the oil field, resource He has worked as consultant in St. Lucia, Trinidad and
Finance & Accounting (International Coach Federation) and also a Memebr of development, and construction equipment & tools Tobago, Grenada, Bangladesh and Nepal. His current
Fellow (PhD) IIM, Calcutta their Global Committee on Membership and Community. businesses, and in the process control and research includes global financial imbalances, Poverty
Has over 30 years' experience of teaching at top business He is the Industry Member of the Government of India's instrumentation industries, being responsible for the reduction strategies, Technology transfer and skill
schools in India and abroad. He has taught at leading Committee on Consumer Price Index. start-up and rapid profitable growth of the Asia Pacific development in developing economies.
business schools like IIM-Cal, XLRI Jamshedpur and FMS operations of Fortune 500 multinational corporations. Behl Ramesh - Professor
He has been a Visiting Faculty at IIM Ahmedabad, IIM
Delhi and has done several overseas assignments where Negotiated and concluded several strategic alliances and Information Systems
Lucknow, MDI Gurgaon and IMI New Delhi. He has
he taught and managed the professional accounting cross-border acquisitions, mergers and technology Electronic Business
taught PGP Students at Fore School of Management, New
course ACCA of UK. During 2000-2004, he was a transfers. Other key top management positions were in M.Sc., Kanpur University
Delhi and SIBM, Pune for two Semesters in 1999. He is
Commonwealth (CFTC) Expert in accounting & finance USA, UK, Singapore and India for the companies'
also pursuing his Executive Fellowship Program at MDI UNDP Fellow on Information Systems and International
with the University of Buea, Cameroon. He has published international operations.
Gurgaon since 2004 in OB and Leadership. His areas of Operations. Has over twenty years of teaching, research
two books and several papers in refereed journals of interest would be Global Compensation and Benefit, Research interest areas include global strategy and consulting experience in the area of Information
repute. He has presented papers at a number of national International HRM and Cross-Cultural Management, formulation and implementation in large diversified Technology and E-Business; he has worked with Indian
and international conferences (including Harvard (USA), Performance Management, Talent Management, international corporations; corporate governance, Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, Indian Institute of
Oxford (UK), Greece and Israel, and conducted a large Change Management and Executive Coaching. business and social networks, and strategies for business Management, Lucknow and Statesman New Delhi.
number of management training programs for working sustainability leading to the evolution of new concepts in Completed a number of research and consulting
Arora R K - Associate Professor
executives. He has served as a nominated Director on the stakeholder management and open-ended assignments for Government and Private Organizations
Finance
Board of Uranium Corporation of India and has been a organizational systems. Has written cases for classroom in the areas of Information Systems and International
MBA (Finance), FICWA, FCS
consultant to several organizations. He is a keen discussion and contributed articles in the business press. Trade. Author of Twelve Books and published several of
researcher and his areas of interest include financial and An alumnus of University Business School, Chandigarh,
Banik Arindam - Professor research papers. Consultant to a number of International
management accounting, financial management, Fellow member of The Institute of Cost and Works
International Finance and Indian companies in the area of Information Systems
financial derivatives and international finance. Accountants of India, Kolkata and The Institute of
Development Economics and E-Business.
Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi. Has more than
Akhouri Narendra Nath - Professor (on leave) Managerial and Macro Economics Bhaskar Uday A - Assistant Professor
two and a half decades of industry, teaching and research
Human Resource & Organisational Behaviour Ph.D., Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi Human Resources
experience. Before joining the academic field, has
Diploma in HR from XLRI, Jamshedpur From 2001 until July, 2005 he was with the Department of Ph.D. (IIT, Delhi)
worked in Engineers India Ltd., New Delhi, Eicher
Over 35 years of Corporate experience in Companies Goodearth Ltd., New Delhi, Uptron India Ltd., Lucknow Economics, University of the West Indies, Barbados. He M.A. (Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
like Hindustan Unilever Ltd., Seagram Manufacturing and The U.P.Stock Exchange Association, Kanpur. Areas has been a member of American Economic Association, Prior to joining IMI, he was pursuing his doctoral research
Company Ltd, GE Plastics, Tisco, Hindustan Copper Lt. of research interest include Investment Management, Risk Euro-Asia Management Studies Association and Global from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. His
RPG, and finally in Hero Honda Motors Ltd. He just Management and Managerial Accounting Awareness Society International. research interests include HR and communication issues
retired (January 2008) from the position of Sr. VP-Human Arindam is the author of more that 50 scientific articles on in M&A, Management of Change, and Contemporary
Awasthy Richa - Assistant Professor
Resource Management reporting into MD & CEO. Was international economics, macroeconomics and issues in HR. He has presented papers in International
Organizational Behaviour
engaged in driving various key initiatives including economic development. His articles have appeared in conferences and has research papers in leading journals.
M.A. University of Delhi
change management, talent enablement, leadership Journal of International Development, International
Ph.D. Jamia Hamdard University Bhaumik Pradip K - Professor
development, strategic compensation and benefit Journal of Social Economics, Management Decision,
program, to build sustainable competitive advantage She is an Applied Psychologist with Ph.D. in the area of Operations Management
Economic and Political Weekly, Indian Economic Review, Management Science
and maintain its global leadership position (1999- Organizational Behaviour. She has an experience of nine
Savings and Development and other professional Fellow in Management, IIM, Ahmedabad
2007). He has joined IMI in March 2008. years in research, consultancy and teaching. She has
journals. His opinion pieces have been published in B.Tech., IIT, Delhi
worked in diverse areas - Cross - cultural study, MNCs,
He has been trained as a Corporate Trainer at Unilever, 4 leading newspapers. He is the International Advisory
Local government institutes, private companies and also More than 25 years experience in teaching, consultancy
Acres, UK and as a Process Facilitator at GE Plastics Board member of Asian Business and Management and
worked at training center. and research in the areas of Operations Management
Europe. He has been trained as a Value Facilitator in the member, editorial Board of e-Social Sciences. His
Seagram London to drive these Values across Asia Pacific. Balasubramanian S - Professor & Registrar latest book is "Foreign Capital Inflows to China, India and and Management Science. Has been a senior consultant
He is a Certified Lead Assessor in HR Competency From Global Strategy the Caribbean-Trends, Assessments and Determinants" with the National Productivity Council, New Delhi and
XLRI-CII. He is a Certified Executive Coach by Marshall Mergers & Acquisitions (co-authored with Pradip K Bhaumik, Palgrave - served as UNDP consultant in North Korea on the design
Goldsmith at ISB, Hyderabad. International Marketing & Macmillan, London, 2006). of project planning and control systems for the
Entrepreneurship Pyongyang Informatics Center. Has also been UNDP
He sits in various National and International Committees. Has been a consultant to a number of Indian companies, Fellow in International Management Education.
B.E. (Electrical), University of Mysore
He is a Member of the National Committee of CII in Government of India and multilateral institutions,
MBA, University of Rochester, USA Published research in areas such as Operations
Education as well as in HR and IR. He is a Member of the including Associated Cement Companies, Ministry of
International Relations Committee of AIMA as well as in Has extensive international top management experience Rural Development, the World Bank, IDRC, and UNIDO. Management, Goal Programming and Game Theory in
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FACULTY

Ahuja Narender - Professor (On leave) their Board of Director of Studies. He is a Member of ICF for more than two decades, in the oil field, resource He has worked as consultant in St. Lucia, Trinidad and
Finance & Accounting (International Coach Federation) and also a Memebr of development, and construction equipment & tools Tobago, Grenada, Bangladesh and Nepal. His current
Fellow (PhD) IIM, Calcutta their Global Committee on Membership and Community. businesses, and in the process control and research includes global financial imbalances, Poverty
Has over 30 years' experience of teaching at top business He is the Industry Member of the Government of India's instrumentation industries, being responsible for the reduction strategies, Technology transfer and skill
schools in India and abroad. He has taught at leading Committee on Consumer Price Index. start-up and rapid profitable growth of the Asia Pacific development in developing economies.
business schools like IIM-Cal, XLRI Jamshedpur and FMS operations of Fortune 500 multinational corporations. Behl Ramesh - Professor
He has been a Visiting Faculty at IIM Ahmedabad, IIM
Delhi and has done several overseas assignments where Negotiated and concluded several strategic alliances and Information Systems
Lucknow, MDI Gurgaon and IMI New Delhi. He has
he taught and managed the professional accounting cross-border acquisitions, mergers and technology Electronic Business
taught PGP Students at Fore School of Management, New
course ACCA of UK. During 2000-2004, he was a transfers. Other key top management positions were in M.Sc., Kanpur University
Delhi and SIBM, Pune for two Semesters in 1999. He is
Commonwealth (CFTC) Expert in accounting & finance USA, UK, Singapore and India for the companies'
also pursuing his Executive Fellowship Program at MDI UNDP Fellow on Information Systems and International
with the University of Buea, Cameroon. He has published international operations.
Gurgaon since 2004 in OB and Leadership. His areas of Operations. Has over twenty years of teaching, research
two books and several papers in refereed journals of interest would be Global Compensation and Benefit, Research interest areas include global strategy and consulting experience in the area of Information
repute. He has presented papers at a number of national International HRM and Cross-Cultural Management, formulation and implementation in large diversified Technology and E-Business; he has worked with Indian
and international conferences (including Harvard (USA), Performance Management, Talent Management, international corporations; corporate governance, Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, Indian Institute of
Oxford (UK), Greece and Israel, and conducted a large Change Management and Executive Coaching. business and social networks, and strategies for business Management, Lucknow and Statesman New Delhi.
number of management training programs for working sustainability leading to the evolution of new concepts in Completed a number of research and consulting
Arora R K - Associate Professor
executives. He has served as a nominated Director on the stakeholder management and open-ended assignments for Government and Private Organizations
Finance
Board of Uranium Corporation of India and has been a organizational systems. Has written cases for classroom in the areas of Information Systems and International
MBA (Finance), FICWA, FCS
consultant to several organizations. He is a keen discussion and contributed articles in the business press. Trade. Author of Twelve Books and published several of
researcher and his areas of interest include financial and An alumnus of University Business School, Chandigarh,
Banik Arindam - Professor research papers. Consultant to a number of International
management accounting, financial management, Fellow member of The Institute of Cost and Works
International Finance and Indian companies in the area of Information Systems
financial derivatives and international finance. Accountants of India, Kolkata and The Institute of
Development Economics and E-Business.
Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi. Has more than
Akhouri Narendra Nath - Professor (on leave) Managerial and Macro Economics Bhaskar Uday A - Assistant Professor
two and a half decades of industry, teaching and research
Human Resource & Organisational Behaviour Ph.D., Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi Human Resources
experience. Before joining the academic field, has
Diploma in HR from XLRI, Jamshedpur From 2001 until July, 2005 he was with the Department of Ph.D. (IIT, Delhi)
worked in Engineers India Ltd., New Delhi, Eicher
Over 35 years of Corporate experience in Companies Goodearth Ltd., New Delhi, Uptron India Ltd., Lucknow Economics, University of the West Indies, Barbados. He M.A. (Industrial Relations and Personnel Management
like Hindustan Unilever Ltd., Seagram Manufacturing and The U.P.Stock Exchange Association, Kanpur. Areas has been a member of American Economic Association, Prior to joining IMI, he was pursuing his doctoral research
Company Ltd, GE Plastics, Tisco, Hindustan Copper Lt. of research interest include Investment Management, Risk Euro-Asia Management Studies Association and Global from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. His
RPG, and finally in Hero Honda Motors Ltd. He just Management and Managerial Accounting Awareness Society International. research interests include HR and communication issues
retired (January 2008) from the position of Sr. VP-Human Arindam is the author of more that 50 scientific articles on in M&A, Management of Change, and Contemporary
Awasthy Richa - Assistant Professor
Resource Management reporting into MD & CEO. Was international economics, macroeconomics and issues in HR. He has presented papers in International
Organizational Behaviour
engaged in driving various key initiatives including economic development. His articles have appeared in conferences and has research papers in leading journals.
M.A. University of Delhi
change management, talent enablement, leadership Journal of International Development, International
Ph.D. Jamia Hamdard University Bhaumik Pradip K - Professor
development, strategic compensation and benefit Journal of Social Economics, Management Decision,
program, to build sustainable competitive advantage She is an Applied Psychologist with Ph.D. in the area of Operations Management
Economic and Political Weekly, Indian Economic Review, Management Science
and maintain its global leadership position (1999- Organizational Behaviour. She has an experience of nine
Savings and Development and other professional Fellow in Management, IIM, Ahmedabad
2007). He has joined IMI in March 2008. years in research, consultancy and teaching. She has
journals. His opinion pieces have been published in B.Tech., IIT, Delhi
worked in diverse areas - Cross - cultural study, MNCs,
He has been trained as a Corporate Trainer at Unilever, 4 leading newspapers. He is the International Advisory
Local government institutes, private companies and also More than 25 years experience in teaching, consultancy
Acres, UK and as a Process Facilitator at GE Plastics Board member of Asian Business and Management and
worked at training center. and research in the areas of Operations Management
Europe. He has been trained as a Value Facilitator in the member, editorial Board of e-Social Sciences. His
Seagram London to drive these Values across Asia Pacific. Balasubramanian S - Professor & Registrar latest book is "Foreign Capital Inflows to China, India and and Management Science. Has been a senior consultant
He is a Certified Lead Assessor in HR Competency From Global Strategy the Caribbean-Trends, Assessments and Determinants" with the National Productivity Council, New Delhi and
XLRI-CII. He is a Certified Executive Coach by Marshall Mergers & Acquisitions (co-authored with Pradip K Bhaumik, Palgrave - served as UNDP consultant in North Korea on the design
Goldsmith at ISB, Hyderabad. International Marketing & Macmillan, London, 2006). of project planning and control systems for the
Entrepreneurship Pyongyang Informatics Center. Has also been UNDP
He sits in various National and International Committees. Has been a consultant to a number of Indian companies, Fellow in International Management Education.
B.E. (Electrical), University of Mysore
He is a Member of the National Committee of CII in Government of India and multilateral institutions,
MBA, University of Rochester, USA Published research in areas such as Operations
Education as well as in HR and IR. He is a Member of the including Associated Cement Companies, Ministry of
International Relations Committee of AIMA as well as in Has extensive international top management experience Rural Development, the World Bank, IDRC, and UNIDO. Management, Goal Programming and Game Theory in
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National and International Journals. Conducted several Utilities and Power, Oil and Gas Banking, Reforms in India & China. (India) Private Limited¸ Escorts Finance Limited¸ DCM
evaluation studies for Government of India. Commercial, Cooperative, Cost Management An acknowledged Hindi poet, with two published Shriram Leasing & Finance Limited and MMTC of India
Chandra Ashoka - Government Finance and Management Control Systems collections to his credit. Limited.
Principal Advisor and Professor He has been with IMI since 1986. Prior to joining IMI he Traveled extensively in India. Worked on several He has over three years experience in academics. Prior to
Technology Management was working with Management Development Institute, committees of Govt. of India. Former Member, National joining IMI, ¸ he was working with MDI and ICFAI
Human Resource Planning Gurgaon, His areas of research interest are Utilities and Literacy Mission Authority(Ministry of HRD, Govt. of Business School-Gurgaon.
Human Resource Development Power, Oil and Gas Banking, (Commercial, India). Das Himadri - Professor & Dean (Academic)
Ph.D., Cornell University, USA Cooperative), Cost Management Financial Derivatives
Chawla Deepak - Professor
Formerly : Special Secretary (Technical Education), Government Finance and Management Aspects of Quantitative Methods Risk Management
Ministry of Human Resource Development; Director, Social Sector. He has experience in designing and Marketing Research Business Intelligence
Institute of Applied Manpower Research; Education developing training program on General Management, Business Forecasting Services Outsourcing and Innovation
Advisor (Technical), Government of India; Chairman, Financial Planning & Control, Problems of Sick Industrial Economics Ph.D., Univ. of Virginia, USA
Engineering Council of India; President, Indian Society Undertaking, Industrial Financing and Project evaluation, Econometrics M.S., Univ. of Virginia, USA
for Training & Development; Chairman, Indian Management of Commercial and Cooperative Banks. Fellow in Management. IIM, Ahmedabad M.B.A., IIT, Delhi
Association of Social Science Institutions, Chairman, He has pursued research in the areas of Cost M.Stat., ISI Calcutta B.Tech., IIT, Delhi
National Institute of Technology, Patna Management in the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Before joining IMI in 2002, he was Chief Technology
Management, USA under a UN Fellowship Program. He Has more than three decades of teaching, research and
Founded IIM, Lucknow, All India Council of Technical consulting experience. Former consultant with School of Officer at the Indian development center of a UK based
Education, and several other national institutions. has published papers in the area of financial reporting, software MNC making financial derivatives based
economic value added, performance evaluation and Management Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open
Fellow, Indian National Academy of Engineering; Fellow, University, Delhi. Senior Faculty Member, University of products for risk management in the European energy
financial management. He has presented paper and trading market. He has about 13 years of corporate
National Academy of Sciences, India; Distinguished lectured in various international conference at Bangkok, Calabar, Nigeria, and Faculty Member, Management
Fellow, Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Development Institute, Gurgaon. experience mainly in the IT services industry, in the US
Manila, Beijing, Amman, Jakarta, Bradford(UK). He has and India, for software multinationals involved with
Engineers; Honorary Fellow, Broadcast Engineering introduced the concept of Social Sector Governance Consulting and research interests in marketing research
Society, India; Fellow, Institution of Engineers, India; products for engineering and financial applications. He
which essentially meant better management and and quantitative methods for management applications. was among the pioneers in setting up offshore
Fellow, Indian Academy of Social Sciences. , Consultant enhancing effectiveness in the institutions and program Extensive published research.
to UNESCAP, ADB, World Bank, ILO, ASEAN, and CFTC. software development centers in India for IT services
engaged in developing in the social sector. This concept outsourcing from the US.
Chowdhury Rajyasri Roy -
Over ninety national and international publications has later been institutionalized as Centre for Social Sector
Associate Professor He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Luxembourg
including several books and a number of major reports Governance at IMI.
French where he teaches Finance in their Masters in
on policy and planning aspects. Chaturvedi Arvind - Professor Geopolitics Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He is also a Visiting
Chandra V - Professor Quantitative Methods Ph.D. (International Relations), JNU Professor at the University of Tampere in Finland where he
Business Communication Skills Business Research collaborates on research projects in the areas of services
Has worked as a researcher at Institute of Defense Studies
Cross Cultural Management Advertising & Marketing Research outsourcing and innovative service delivery models for
and Analyses, Confederation of Indian Industry,
Ph.D., Jamia Milia Islamia Ph.D. (IIT Delhi) new markets.
Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry
M.A.(Social Anthropology), Andhra M.Sc.( Statistics), IIT Kanpur
and Indian Institute of Public Administration on issues Debroy Bibek - Professor
University M. A. (Economics)
related to strategy and public policy. Economics
Formerly with Council for Social Development, Formerly with Institute of Management Technology (IMT), MA (Economics) University of Delhi
Dhamija Sanjay Professor
Hyderabad, Central Institute for Educational Technology, Ghaziabad, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), MSc. (Cambridge University)
M.Com. (Delhi School of Economics)¸
Delhi and IMT, Ghaziabad. Worked on social problems Hyderabad and School of Communication &
L.L. B (Delhi University)¸ He was the Secretary General of the PHD Chamber of
relating to displaced persons, slum development and Management Studies (SCMS), Cochin.
mass media and children. Associate member of the Institute of Cost & Works Commerce and Industry in Northern India and a
Worked as an independent Consultant in Marketing & columnist with the Indian Express, the Business Standard
Accountants of India (AICWA)¸ Associate member of the
Published a book and several papers in India and Advertising Research for several years. Conducted and the Financial Express. He is now a Contributing Editor
Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ACS)¸
abroad, both in journals and in edited volumes. Current consulting assignments for large number of FMCG with the Indian Express.
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
research interests include organizational companies, Advertising agencies, Ministry of
communications and workforce diversity management. Agriculture(GOI), and UNICEF. Professor Sanjay Dhamija has over 17 years of industrial He was Director at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute for
Member of the American Anthropological Association experience in various organizations of repute including Contemporary Studies, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, in New
Has conducted research on the impact of Economic Delhi, between 1997 and 2005. Debroy was educated in
and the India Industrial Relations Association. over 10 years in the senior management positions. He
Reforms on Poverty in India and Consumption Presidency College, Kolkata, Delhi School of Economics
has worked in reputed organization like ABN AMRO Asia
Chakrabarti Ahindra (Professor) Expenditure Inequalities in Rural India. His current and Trinity College (Cambridge). He has worked at
Equities (India) Ltd.¸ HSBC Securities and Capital Markets
Ph.D. University of Burdwan research interests include Comparison of Economic
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National and International Journals. Conducted several Utilities and Power, Oil and Gas Banking, Reforms in India & China. (India) Private Limited¸ Escorts Finance Limited¸ DCM
evaluation studies for Government of India. Commercial, Cooperative, Cost Management An acknowledged Hindi poet, with two published Shriram Leasing & Finance Limited and MMTC of India
Chandra Ashoka - Government Finance and Management Control Systems collections to his credit. Limited.
Principal Advisor and Professor He has been with IMI since 1986. Prior to joining IMI he Traveled extensively in India. Worked on several He has over three years experience in academics. Prior to
Technology Management was working with Management Development Institute, committees of Govt. of India. Former Member, National joining IMI, ¸ he was working with MDI and ICFAI
Human Resource Planning Gurgaon, His areas of research interest are Utilities and Literacy Mission Authority(Ministry of HRD, Govt. of Business School-Gurgaon.
Human Resource Development Power, Oil and Gas Banking, (Commercial, India). Das Himadri - Professor & Dean (Academic)
Ph.D., Cornell University, USA Cooperative), Cost Management Financial Derivatives
Chawla Deepak - Professor
Formerly : Special Secretary (Technical Education), Government Finance and Management Aspects of Quantitative Methods Risk Management
Ministry of Human Resource Development; Director, Social Sector. He has experience in designing and Marketing Research Business Intelligence
Institute of Applied Manpower Research; Education developing training program on General Management, Business Forecasting Services Outsourcing and Innovation
Advisor (Technical), Government of India; Chairman, Financial Planning & Control, Problems of Sick Industrial Economics Ph.D., Univ. of Virginia, USA
Engineering Council of India; President, Indian Society Undertaking, Industrial Financing and Project evaluation, Econometrics M.S., Univ. of Virginia, USA
for Training & Development; Chairman, Indian Management of Commercial and Cooperative Banks. Fellow in Management. IIM, Ahmedabad M.B.A., IIT, Delhi
Association of Social Science Institutions, Chairman, He has pursued research in the areas of Cost M.Stat., ISI Calcutta B.Tech., IIT, Delhi
National Institute of Technology, Patna Management in the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Before joining IMI in 2002, he was Chief Technology
Management, USA under a UN Fellowship Program. He Has more than three decades of teaching, research and
Founded IIM, Lucknow, All India Council of Technical consulting experience. Former consultant with School of Officer at the Indian development center of a UK based
Education, and several other national institutions. has published papers in the area of financial reporting, software MNC making financial derivatives based
economic value added, performance evaluation and Management Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open
Fellow, Indian National Academy of Engineering; Fellow, University, Delhi. Senior Faculty Member, University of products for risk management in the European energy
financial management. He has presented paper and trading market. He has about 13 years of corporate
National Academy of Sciences, India; Distinguished lectured in various international conference at Bangkok, Calabar, Nigeria, and Faculty Member, Management
Fellow, Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Development Institute, Gurgaon. experience mainly in the IT services industry, in the US
Manila, Beijing, Amman, Jakarta, Bradford(UK). He has and India, for software multinationals involved with
Engineers; Honorary Fellow, Broadcast Engineering introduced the concept of Social Sector Governance Consulting and research interests in marketing research
Society, India; Fellow, Institution of Engineers, India; products for engineering and financial applications. He
which essentially meant better management and and quantitative methods for management applications. was among the pioneers in setting up offshore
Fellow, Indian Academy of Social Sciences. , Consultant enhancing effectiveness in the institutions and program Extensive published research.
to UNESCAP, ADB, World Bank, ILO, ASEAN, and CFTC. software development centers in India for IT services
engaged in developing in the social sector. This concept outsourcing from the US.
Chowdhury Rajyasri Roy -
Over ninety national and international publications has later been institutionalized as Centre for Social Sector
Associate Professor He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Luxembourg
including several books and a number of major reports Governance at IMI.
French where he teaches Finance in their Masters in
on policy and planning aspects. Chaturvedi Arvind - Professor Geopolitics Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He is also a Visiting
Chandra V - Professor Quantitative Methods Ph.D. (International Relations), JNU Professor at the University of Tampere in Finland where he
Business Communication Skills Business Research collaborates on research projects in the areas of services
Has worked as a researcher at Institute of Defense Studies
Cross Cultural Management Advertising & Marketing Research outsourcing and innovative service delivery models for
and Analyses, Confederation of Indian Industry,
Ph.D., Jamia Milia Islamia Ph.D. (IIT Delhi) new markets.
Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry
M.A.(Social Anthropology), Andhra M.Sc.( Statistics), IIT Kanpur
and Indian Institute of Public Administration on issues Debroy Bibek - Professor
University M. A. (Economics)
related to strategy and public policy. Economics
Formerly with Council for Social Development, Formerly with Institute of Management Technology (IMT), MA (Economics) University of Delhi
Dhamija Sanjay Professor
Hyderabad, Central Institute for Educational Technology, Ghaziabad, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), MSc. (Cambridge University)
M.Com. (Delhi School of Economics)¸
Delhi and IMT, Ghaziabad. Worked on social problems Hyderabad and School of Communication &
L.L. B (Delhi University)¸ He was the Secretary General of the PHD Chamber of
relating to displaced persons, slum development and Management Studies (SCMS), Cochin.
mass media and children. Associate member of the Institute of Cost & Works Commerce and Industry in Northern India and a
Worked as an independent Consultant in Marketing & columnist with the Indian Express, the Business Standard
Accountants of India (AICWA)¸ Associate member of the
Published a book and several papers in India and Advertising Research for several years. Conducted and the Financial Express. He is now a Contributing Editor
Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ACS)¸
abroad, both in journals and in edited volumes. Current consulting assignments for large number of FMCG with the Indian Express.
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
research interests include organizational companies, Advertising agencies, Ministry of
communications and workforce diversity management. Agriculture(GOI), and UNICEF. Professor Sanjay Dhamija has over 17 years of industrial He was Director at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute for
Member of the American Anthropological Association experience in various organizations of repute including Contemporary Studies, Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, in New
Has conducted research on the impact of Economic Delhi, between 1997 and 2005. Debroy was educated in
and the India Industrial Relations Association. over 10 years in the senior management positions. He
Reforms on Poverty in India and Consumption Presidency College, Kolkata, Delhi School of Economics
has worked in reputed organization like ABN AMRO Asia
Chakrabarti Ahindra (Professor) Expenditure Inequalities in Rural India. His current and Trinity College (Cambridge). He has worked at
Equities (India) Ltd.¸ HSBC Securities and Capital Markets
Ph.D. University of Burdwan research interests include Comparison of Economic
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Joshi Himanshu - Lecturer Kathuria Rajat - Professor (on leave) exports of products supplied by SMEs. Later he was
Information Technology Management Managerial Economics Secretary General of the Montreal based World
PGDM , IMI. Regulation and Competition Policy Federation of Trading House Associations. During the
B.E., Bangalore University International Trade and Finance last five years as Advisor: Programs for development of
Ph.D., University of Maryland, USA SME's at IMI he has undertaken international
Has over six years of experience in the area of software
An alumnus of Delhi School of Economics and St. consultancy assignments in the area of SME development
development. Before joining IMI, he worked with UNDP
Stephens College, Delhi, Prof. Kathuria has been a for the International Finance Corporation, the United
as a Software Consultant. His areas of interest include
Consultant for Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Nations Development Program, the International Labour
information systems, e-business and knowledge
(TRAI) and the World Bank. He has also consulted for Organization, the International Trade Centre among
management. He has published a number of research
UNCTAD and ICRIER. others. Co-authored "The SME among the Export
papers in both national and international journals.
Development Company" published by the International
Kalra Satish He was intensively involved in the process of telecom Trade Centre (UNCTAD/ WTO), Geneva and translated
Professor & Dean (Corporate Relations) liberalization and tariff reform in India and has lectured into French and Spanish. He is Editor of IMI's quarterly
Organizational Behavior on the subject both in India and abroad. He is a founder magazine - Interface.
Ph.D. (Social Sciences) member of Broadband Society for Universal Access. He
Presidency College (Kolkata), Gokhale Institute of Politics Lal Prerna - Lecturer
has published articles in both national and international
and Economics (Pune), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Dr. Kalra has a Master's degree in Psychology from M.B.A. ( IT ) ,IIT Roorkee
journals. His most recent research publication is on
(Delhi), National Council of Applied Economic Research Lucknow University and a Ph.D. from the Tata Institute of B.E. (Computer Technlogy), Nagpur University
strategies to accelerate rural telecommunications in
(Delhi) and as Consultant, Department of Economic Social Sciences,(TISS), Mumbai. He has more than three
India. She has over 7 years of experience in academics and
Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He was decades of teaching experience in reputed institutions like
Khanijo M K - Senior Advisor research. Before joining IMI she was Assistant Professor at
also the Director of a project known as LARGE (Legal NITIE, IIM(Lucknow) and MDI. He was rated as the best
Engineering & Technology Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Delhi. Her
Adjustments and Reforms for Globalizing the Economy), faculty by the students of PGDM(HR) , MDI in 2009.
Human Resources Planning & Development areas of interest are Data Warehousing and Data Mining,
set up by the Ministry of Finance and UNDP to examine Besides teaching , training and research, he is very active
Employment Generation Software Project management, Management Information
legal reforms. He is the author of several books and as a consultant for Power Trading Corporation, Tourism
Ph.D., University of Manchester, UK System, System Analysis and Design, Managing IT
papers and has been listed in many biographies. Finance Corporation of India, Indo-Guld Fertilizers, HSS,
Infrastructure , Knowledge Management and E-Business
etc, in the areas of OD & structure, recruitment & Over four decades of experience in teaching,
Goyal Sonu - Professor Technologies.
selection appraisal etc. research, training and consultancy. Formerly, Professor
Strategic Management
and Department Head, Electrical Engineering, at the Mehra P C - Professor
Entrepreneurship He has been the Vice-Chairman of Indian Society for
National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, and earlier Marketing Management
Training and Development, Bombay Chapter and the
Managing Innovations and Creativity Sales & Distribution Management
Co-chairman of the Editorial Board of the Indian Journal at the National Institute of Technology, Rourkela; Advisor,
Ph.D. Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi Sales Promotion Management
of Training and Development, He has also been Member Institute of Applied Manpower Research, New Delhi
She is a Professor of Business and Corporate Strategy. Consultant to the UN Economic Commission for Africa Strategic Marketing
Board of Studies, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad ,
Her research and teaching interests are in the area of and International Labour Organization. Retail Marketing
Member Board of Research Studies, F M S, Aligarh
Industry and Competitive Dynamics, Managing P.G.D.B.M., XLRI, Jamshedpur
Muslim University, Member Board of Governors, School Areas of expertise include: manpower profiles and skill
Innovations, Entrepreneurship, CSR, Managing Change of Management, IGNOU, Member, (Board & Academic He has spent over two decades in Industry, in the area of
development in industries; requirements, development
and Behavioral Context of firms. She is an approved PhD Council), National Academy of Training and Marketing, where he held senior positions in the
and utilization of scientific and technical personnel;
guide from IP University. She has chaired an International Development, (NATAD), Council Member, Educational corporate sector and over a decade in academics. He
human resource planning and labour market analysis;
Conference on Green Competitiveness for Sustainable Technology and Management Academy (ETMA). Before also spent three years in an overseas assignment in the
systems and procedures for recognition of professional
Development and has conducted many in-company taking up teaching, he had worked in the corporate sector general management area. He has been keenly involved
expertise under WTO/GATS.
management development programs for ONGC, NHPC, (RCF and TCS, Bombay) in the area of Human Resource in in-company training, since his corporate years, besides
DOT, CSIR, Power Forum, CSC and Moser Baer as well as Development. He has published about 80 articles in Kirpal Avinash - Advisor marketing consultancy. He has been with IMI since 2004
open MDPs on subjects such as managing innovation, various national and international journals like Economic Entrepreneurship & SME Development and offers various elective courses in the marketing area.
creativity and problem solving, strategic management, and Political Weekly, Indian Journal of Social Work, Marketing Small & Medium Enterprises He also conducts in-company training programs in the
execution skills and organizational effectiveness, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Journal of Applied B.A. (Honours), Oxford University, UK area of Sales & Marketing and Retail for the corporate
leadership, global competitiveness and change Social Psychology (U.S.A), Asian Case Research Journal, Expertise in the development of small and medium sized sector, besides engaging in consultancy in general
management for executives at all levels. She has also Journal of European Industrial Training (JEIT) etc. In his enterprises(SMEs), particularly related to exports. Kirpal management and marketing.
been engaged in EDPs on case writing and teaching paper in JEIT he has developed a new concept of Human was in the Tata Administrative Service for over 30 years Mukherjee Megnat - Professor
methodology. She has a rich case writing experience on Potential Management (HPM). One of his papers on 'Self and worked in various Tata companies in different Human Resources and Organizational Behavior
companies from diverse industries, confronting variety of Development' has won the Best Paper Award. positions. As Regional Director and Vice-President of PGDM-XLRI- Jamshedpur
managerial challenges. Tata International he was responsible for developing
He has over twenty five years of work experience in the
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Joshi Himanshu - Lecturer Kathuria Rajat - Professor (on leave) exports of products supplied by SMEs. Later he was
Information Technology Management Managerial Economics Secretary General of the Montreal based World
PGDM , IMI. Regulation and Competition Policy Federation of Trading House Associations. During the
B.E., Bangalore University International Trade and Finance last five years as Advisor: Programs for development of
Ph.D., University of Maryland, USA SME's at IMI he has undertaken international
Has over six years of experience in the area of software
An alumnus of Delhi School of Economics and St. consultancy assignments in the area of SME development
development. Before joining IMI, he worked with UNDP
Stephens College, Delhi, Prof. Kathuria has been a for the International Finance Corporation, the United
as a Software Consultant. His areas of interest include
Consultant for Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Nations Development Program, the International Labour
information systems, e-business and knowledge
(TRAI) and the World Bank. He has also consulted for Organization, the International Trade Centre among
management. He has published a number of research
UNCTAD and ICRIER. others. Co-authored "The SME among the Export
papers in both national and international journals.
Development Company" published by the International
Kalra Satish He was intensively involved in the process of telecom Trade Centre (UNCTAD/ WTO), Geneva and translated
Professor & Dean (Corporate Relations) liberalization and tariff reform in India and has lectured into French and Spanish. He is Editor of IMI's quarterly
Organizational Behavior on the subject both in India and abroad. He is a founder magazine - Interface.
Ph.D. (Social Sciences) member of Broadband Society for Universal Access. He
Presidency College (Kolkata), Gokhale Institute of Politics Lal Prerna - Lecturer
has published articles in both national and international
and Economics (Pune), Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Dr. Kalra has a Master's degree in Psychology from M.B.A. ( IT ) ,IIT Roorkee
journals. His most recent research publication is on
(Delhi), National Council of Applied Economic Research Lucknow University and a Ph.D. from the Tata Institute of B.E. (Computer Technlogy), Nagpur University
strategies to accelerate rural telecommunications in
(Delhi) and as Consultant, Department of Economic Social Sciences,(TISS), Mumbai. He has more than three
India. She has over 7 years of experience in academics and
Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. He was decades of teaching experience in reputed institutions like
Khanijo M K - Senior Advisor research. Before joining IMI she was Assistant Professor at
also the Director of a project known as LARGE (Legal NITIE, IIM(Lucknow) and MDI. He was rated as the best
Engineering & Technology Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Delhi. Her
Adjustments and Reforms for Globalizing the Economy), faculty by the students of PGDM(HR) , MDI in 2009.
Human Resources Planning & Development areas of interest are Data Warehousing and Data Mining,
set up by the Ministry of Finance and UNDP to examine Besides teaching , training and research, he is very active
Employment Generation Software Project management, Management Information
legal reforms. He is the author of several books and as a consultant for Power Trading Corporation, Tourism
Ph.D., University of Manchester, UK System, System Analysis and Design, Managing IT
papers and has been listed in many biographies. Finance Corporation of India, Indo-Guld Fertilizers, HSS,
Infrastructure , Knowledge Management and E-Business
etc, in the areas of OD & structure, recruitment & Over four decades of experience in teaching,
Goyal Sonu - Professor Technologies.
selection appraisal etc. research, training and consultancy. Formerly, Professor
Strategic Management
and Department Head, Electrical Engineering, at the Mehra P C - Professor
Entrepreneurship He has been the Vice-Chairman of Indian Society for
National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, and earlier Marketing Management
Training and Development, Bombay Chapter and the
Managing Innovations and Creativity Sales & Distribution Management
Co-chairman of the Editorial Board of the Indian Journal at the National Institute of Technology, Rourkela; Advisor,
Ph.D. Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi Sales Promotion Management
of Training and Development, He has also been Member Institute of Applied Manpower Research, New Delhi
She is a Professor of Business and Corporate Strategy. Consultant to the UN Economic Commission for Africa Strategic Marketing
Board of Studies, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad ,
Her research and teaching interests are in the area of and International Labour Organization. Retail Marketing
Member Board of Research Studies, F M S, Aligarh
Industry and Competitive Dynamics, Managing P.G.D.B.M., XLRI, Jamshedpur
Muslim University, Member Board of Governors, School Areas of expertise include: manpower profiles and skill
Innovations, Entrepreneurship, CSR, Managing Change of Management, IGNOU, Member, (Board & Academic He has spent over two decades in Industry, in the area of
development in industries; requirements, development
and Behavioral Context of firms. She is an approved PhD Council), National Academy of Training and Marketing, where he held senior positions in the
and utilization of scientific and technical personnel;
guide from IP University. She has chaired an International Development, (NATAD), Council Member, Educational corporate sector and over a decade in academics. He
human resource planning and labour market analysis;
Conference on Green Competitiveness for Sustainable Technology and Management Academy (ETMA). Before also spent three years in an overseas assignment in the
systems and procedures for recognition of professional
Development and has conducted many in-company taking up teaching, he had worked in the corporate sector general management area. He has been keenly involved
expertise under WTO/GATS.
management development programs for ONGC, NHPC, (RCF and TCS, Bombay) in the area of Human Resource in in-company training, since his corporate years, besides
DOT, CSIR, Power Forum, CSC and Moser Baer as well as Development. He has published about 80 articles in Kirpal Avinash - Advisor marketing consultancy. He has been with IMI since 2004
open MDPs on subjects such as managing innovation, various national and international journals like Economic Entrepreneurship & SME Development and offers various elective courses in the marketing area.
creativity and problem solving, strategic management, and Political Weekly, Indian Journal of Social Work, Marketing Small & Medium Enterprises He also conducts in-company training programs in the
execution skills and organizational effectiveness, Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Journal of Applied B.A. (Honours), Oxford University, UK area of Sales & Marketing and Retail for the corporate
leadership, global competitiveness and change Social Psychology (U.S.A), Asian Case Research Journal, Expertise in the development of small and medium sized sector, besides engaging in consultancy in general
management for executives at all levels. She has also Journal of European Industrial Training (JEIT) etc. In his enterprises(SMEs), particularly related to exports. Kirpal management and marketing.
been engaged in EDPs on case writing and teaching paper in JEIT he has developed a new concept of Human was in the Tata Administrative Service for over 30 years Mukherjee Megnat - Professor
methodology. She has a rich case writing experience on Potential Management (HPM). One of his papers on 'Self and worked in various Tata companies in different Human Resources and Organizational Behavior
companies from diverse industries, confronting variety of Development' has won the Best Paper Award. positions. As Regional Director and Vice-President of PGDM-XLRI- Jamshedpur
managerial challenges. Tata International he was responsible for developing
He has over twenty five years of work experience in the
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corporate sector with Hindustan Unilever, Brooke Bond More than three decades of industry experience including Industrial Costs and Prices, GOI; the Public Enterprises Work, MDI Management Journal, Management Review,
and Lipton. He spent most of his working career with ten years abroad in South-east Asia and China. Fifteen Selection Boards; KRIBHCO; Hindustan Zinc Limited; Vikalpa, etc. He has done several research projects. He
Hindustan Unilever from where he recently retired as years of top management experience as CEO/MD in Larsen & Toubro; Indian Oil Corporation, etc. was the editor of Vision: the Journal of Business
General Manager Employee Relations. His expertise is in FMCG, Pharmaceuticals and Health Care services in Perspective. He has consulted with several organizations
He is also the Program Director of IMI's the Global
employee engagement, restructuring, change India and abroad. and helped Public Enterprises Selection Board in
Leadership Program, now in its 5th year.
management and capability building. He is undergoing developing performance management system for top
Paul Himangshu - Professor Sharma Baldev R - Professor Emeritus
training at a premium institute in the US to become an managers of navaratna Public Sector organizations. He is
Supply Chain Management Organizational Behaviour Industrial Relations
accredited Executive Coach. He also has experience of closely involved with up scaling of management
PhD Asian Institute of Technology Ph.D., Michigan State University (USA)
teaching in B-Schools and in the companies where he education in India. His research interests are Leadership,
worked. He graduated in Science from the University of He has taught in the leading Universities like Asian Institute M.A., Oberlin College (USA) Institution Building and Organizational Change.
Calcutta and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial of Technology, Thailand, Massey University, New Zealand, Formerly: Senior Professor, IIM Ahmedabad
Singhvi S R - Professor
Relations & Welfare from XLRI, Jamshedpur. North Carolina State University, USA, Auckland University Tata Chair Professor, XLRI, Jamshedpur
Marketing
of Technology, NZ , Nationals University of Singapore etc. Senior Fellow, ICSSR, New Delhi,
Mohapatra Mamta - Associate Professor General Mangement
His cross cultural experience and impeccable educational DCM Chair Professor, Shri Ram Centre for IR & HR,
Human Resource Management B.com (Maths), M.A. (Economics),
background has resulted in consulting assignments with Executive Director, Shri Ram Centre for IR & HR
Industrial Relations LL.B. (Taxation), P.G.D.B.M., Ph.D.
the United States of Agency for International Development An outstanding behavioral scientist with 40 years of
Ph.D., Utkal University He is Gold-medallist in M.A. (Economics), LL.B.
(USIAD), The Public Utilities Board, Singapore, United experience as a teacher, trainer, researcher & consultant
FDP, IIM, Ahmedabad (Taxation), P.G.D.B.M. He has spent 17 years in managing
Nations Development Program (UNDP, New York, at home and abroad. His abiding commitment to social
L.L.B., Utkal University enterprises as Field Sales Manager in Fertiliser PSU's,
University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tata Precision Industries, science research for four decades has brought to him
Her prior assignments include Manager in Greggs of Singapore etc. he has organized several conferences and Head of Training and Acting Chief of Personnel of
many honors and much recognition. In addition to
Enfield, London, and Faculty, Institute for Integrated has 119 publications in refereed journals and conference Marketing Division of Steel Authority of India, General
more than 100 published articles, he is the author of a
Learning in Management, New Delhi. proceedings to his credit besides, 6 international case Manager - Incharge of Corporate Training and
number of well-known books, including The Indian
She has fourteen years of experience in teaching, studies. He has supervised nine PhD dissertations and Development and Management Advisor with Indo-Rama
Industrial Worker, Not By Bread Alone, Managerial
research and training activities in the areas of Human over 100 masters' theses. Synthetic Ltd. and Director and Dean of Asia Pacific
Unionism, etc. He is a member of editorial boards of
Resource Management, Industrial Relations and Institute. He was a member of the Board of IMPCL. He
He had a highly successful stint as Dean with School of some well-known journals and a consultant to several
Organization Behavior. She has been involved in training has been engaged for 22 years, in between these careers,
Management, AIT and coordinated the development and organizations, including ILO, Geneva. Currently he is
and consultancy activities with a number of public and in academics at University of Jodhpur, Directorate of
expansion of teaching, research and community service coordinating a number of action research projects of
private sector organizations. She is currently engaged in College Education, Rajasthan, Senior Faculty (Marketing)
agendas during his impressive tenure several top-ranking public-sector companies like SAIL,
conducting a national level study on 'Status of Women in Management Training Institute-Staff College of SAIL
IOCL, BRPL and CPCL.
Prasad Ajit - Professor Professor of Marketing at Management Development
Consultants in India', sponsored by CDC. She has
Economics & Strategy Singh Anup K - Professor Institute, Gurgaon, Indian Institute of Management,
published a number of research articles in reputed
Ph.D. (Economics), Patna University Organizational Behavior Indore, and Fore School. He has been Chairman,
journals.
MA (Economics), Delhi School of Economics Ph.D., University of Allahabad Incharge of Course Curriculum Quality Committee, MDP
Her professional interests include Applied and Action P.G.P.M., IMI, Delhi and Industry Linkages Committee, Library Committee,
Before joining the Institute, he was the Director of Institute
Research in Cross-cultural Management, Strategic Marketing Area and Program Director. He has also been
An alumnus of St. Stephens College, the Delhi School of of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. He is an
Human Resource Management, Comparative Industrial a UNDP Fellow at Kellogg School of Management, North
Economics and International Management Institute. He accomplished teacher, trainer and consultant. Earlier he
Relations, Organization Restructuring and Management Western University, USA for an academic term. During the
has had rich experience in the Government, Industry and was Professor and Chairman of the Organizational
of Change. course of his academic career, he has extended
Academia. His past industry experience relates to Behavior Area at the Management Development Institute,
Patnaik N C - Professor & Chair Person organizations including the State Bank of India, Planning Gurgaon. He has done his Post Doctoral Fellowship from consultancy, training and education services in the area
Strategic Management Commission (Government of India), Steel Authority of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He was also a of Marketing and General Management to various firms
Globalization India, and the UN/ESCAP at Bangkok. Visiting Scholar at the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of in India and abroad. His clients are from all
Managing Services Business Administration, Northwestern University, sectors/types/ sizes of enterprises.
His publications and research interests are in the areas of
PGDM, IIM, Ahmedabad Evanston. He has six books to his credit, viz., the Social Somayajulu Garimella - Professor
Corporate Planning, Strategic Thinking, and
B.Tech (Hons), IIT, Mumbai Psychology of Poverty, Human Resource Development, Services Marketing, Customer Relationship Management
Governance inclusive of issues on Ethics.
Formerly, Managing Director of Ranbaxy in South-east Managerial Wisdom through Tales, Learning to Lead, and Supply Chain Management
He is the author of three books, including the best selling Developing and Designing Organizations for Tomorrow
Asia and China and CEO of Specialty Ranbaxy Limited. M.B.A. University of Texas, USA
"Dictionary of Strategic Management", and innumerable and Developing Leaders, Teams, and Organizations. He
Earlier has been General Manager (Marketing) of Reckitt M.S. (Chemical Engineering), West Virginia University, USA
research papers in national and international journals. has published more than 70 articles in reputed journals,
& Coleman of India (now Reckitt Benckiser). Academic B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering), REC, Warangal
experience includes three years as Director of AIMA in Has been a consultant to several private, public and such as International Journal of Psychology, Journal of Ph.D., Osmania University
charge of Management Education. government organizations including the Bureau of Social Psychology, Social Work, Administration in Social
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corporate sector with Hindustan Unilever, Brooke Bond More than three decades of industry experience including Industrial Costs and Prices, GOI; the Public Enterprises Work, MDI Management Journal, Management Review,
and Lipton. He spent most of his working career with ten years abroad in South-east Asia and China. Fifteen Selection Boards; KRIBHCO; Hindustan Zinc Limited; Vikalpa, etc. He has done several research projects. He
Hindustan Unilever from where he recently retired as years of top management experience as CEO/MD in Larsen & Toubro; Indian Oil Corporation, etc. was the editor of Vision: the Journal of Business
General Manager Employee Relations. His expertise is in FMCG, Pharmaceuticals and Health Care services in Perspective. He has consulted with several organizations
He is also the Program Director of IMI's the Global
employee engagement, restructuring, change India and abroad. and helped Public Enterprises Selection Board in
Leadership Program, now in its 5th year.
management and capability building. He is undergoing developing performance management system for top
Paul Himangshu - Professor Sharma Baldev R - Professor Emeritus
training at a premium institute in the US to become an managers of navaratna Public Sector organizations. He is
Supply Chain Management Organizational Behaviour Industrial Relations
accredited Executive Coach. He also has experience of closely involved with up scaling of management
PhD Asian Institute of Technology Ph.D., Michigan State University (USA)
teaching in B-Schools and in the companies where he education in India. His research interests are Leadership,
worked. He graduated in Science from the University of He has taught in the leading Universities like Asian Institute M.A., Oberlin College (USA) Institution Building and Organizational Change.
Calcutta and has a Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial of Technology, Thailand, Massey University, New Zealand, Formerly: Senior Professor, IIM Ahmedabad
Singhvi S R - Professor
Relations & Welfare from XLRI, Jamshedpur. North Carolina State University, USA, Auckland University Tata Chair Professor, XLRI, Jamshedpur
Marketing
of Technology, NZ , Nationals University of Singapore etc. Senior Fellow, ICSSR, New Delhi,
Mohapatra Mamta - Associate Professor General Mangement
His cross cultural experience and impeccable educational DCM Chair Professor, Shri Ram Centre for IR & HR,
Human Resource Management B.com (Maths), M.A. (Economics),
background has resulted in consulting assignments with Executive Director, Shri Ram Centre for IR & HR
Industrial Relations LL.B. (Taxation), P.G.D.B.M., Ph.D.
the United States of Agency for International Development An outstanding behavioral scientist with 40 years of
Ph.D., Utkal University He is Gold-medallist in M.A. (Economics), LL.B.
(USIAD), The Public Utilities Board, Singapore, United experience as a teacher, trainer, researcher & consultant
FDP, IIM, Ahmedabad (Taxation), P.G.D.B.M. He has spent 17 years in managing
Nations Development Program (UNDP, New York, at home and abroad. His abiding commitment to social
L.L.B., Utkal University enterprises as Field Sales Manager in Fertiliser PSU's,
University of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tata Precision Industries, science research for four decades has brought to him
Her prior assignments include Manager in Greggs of Singapore etc. he has organized several conferences and Head of Training and Acting Chief of Personnel of
many honors and much recognition. In addition to
Enfield, London, and Faculty, Institute for Integrated has 119 publications in refereed journals and conference Marketing Division of Steel Authority of India, General
more than 100 published articles, he is the author of a
Learning in Management, New Delhi. proceedings to his credit besides, 6 international case Manager - Incharge of Corporate Training and
number of well-known books, including The Indian
She has fourteen years of experience in teaching, studies. He has supervised nine PhD dissertations and Development and Management Advisor with Indo-Rama
Industrial Worker, Not By Bread Alone, Managerial
research and training activities in the areas of Human over 100 masters' theses. Synthetic Ltd. and Director and Dean of Asia Pacific
Unionism, etc. He is a member of editorial boards of
Resource Management, Industrial Relations and Institute. He was a member of the Board of IMPCL. He
He had a highly successful stint as Dean with School of some well-known journals and a consultant to several
Organization Behavior. She has been involved in training has been engaged for 22 years, in between these careers,
Management, AIT and coordinated the development and organizations, including ILO, Geneva. Currently he is
and consultancy activities with a number of public and in academics at University of Jodhpur, Directorate of
expansion of teaching, research and community service coordinating a number of action research projects of
private sector organizations. She is currently engaged in College Education, Rajasthan, Senior Faculty (Marketing)
agendas during his impressive tenure several top-ranking public-sector companies like SAIL,
conducting a national level study on 'Status of Women in Management Training Institute-Staff College of SAIL
IOCL, BRPL and CPCL.
Prasad Ajit - Professor Professor of Marketing at Management Development
Consultants in India', sponsored by CDC. She has
Economics & Strategy Singh Anup K - Professor Institute, Gurgaon, Indian Institute of Management,
published a number of research articles in reputed
Ph.D. (Economics), Patna University Organizational Behavior Indore, and Fore School. He has been Chairman,
journals.
MA (Economics), Delhi School of Economics Ph.D., University of Allahabad Incharge of Course Curriculum Quality Committee, MDP
Her professional interests include Applied and Action P.G.P.M., IMI, Delhi and Industry Linkages Committee, Library Committee,
Before joining the Institute, he was the Director of Institute
Research in Cross-cultural Management, Strategic Marketing Area and Program Director. He has also been
An alumnus of St. Stephens College, the Delhi School of of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad. He is an
Human Resource Management, Comparative Industrial a UNDP Fellow at Kellogg School of Management, North
Economics and International Management Institute. He accomplished teacher, trainer and consultant. Earlier he
Relations, Organization Restructuring and Management Western University, USA for an academic term. During the
has had rich experience in the Government, Industry and was Professor and Chairman of the Organizational
of Change. course of his academic career, he has extended
Academia. His past industry experience relates to Behavior Area at the Management Development Institute,
Patnaik N C - Professor & Chair Person organizations including the State Bank of India, Planning Gurgaon. He has done his Post Doctoral Fellowship from consultancy, training and education services in the area
Strategic Management Commission (Government of India), Steel Authority of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He was also a of Marketing and General Management to various firms
Globalization India, and the UN/ESCAP at Bangkok. Visiting Scholar at the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of in India and abroad. His clients are from all
Managing Services Business Administration, Northwestern University, sectors/types/ sizes of enterprises.
His publications and research interests are in the areas of
PGDM, IIM, Ahmedabad Evanston. He has six books to his credit, viz., the Social Somayajulu Garimella - Professor
Corporate Planning, Strategic Thinking, and
B.Tech (Hons), IIT, Mumbai Psychology of Poverty, Human Resource Development, Services Marketing, Customer Relationship Management
Governance inclusive of issues on Ethics.
Formerly, Managing Director of Ranbaxy in South-east Managerial Wisdom through Tales, Learning to Lead, and Supply Chain Management
He is the author of three books, including the best selling Developing and Designing Organizations for Tomorrow
Asia and China and CEO of Specialty Ranbaxy Limited. M.B.A. University of Texas, USA
"Dictionary of Strategic Management", and innumerable and Developing Leaders, Teams, and Organizations. He
Earlier has been General Manager (Marketing) of Reckitt M.S. (Chemical Engineering), West Virginia University, USA
research papers in national and international journals. has published more than 70 articles in reputed journals,
& Coleman of India (now Reckitt Benckiser). Academic B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering), REC, Warangal
experience includes three years as Director of AIMA in Has been a consultant to several private, public and such as International Journal of Psychology, Journal of Ph.D., Osmania University
charge of Management Education. government organizations including the Bureau of Social Psychology, Social Work, Administration in Social
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Areas of interest include services marketing, product Commonwealth Advisor and Principal Consultant M Tech from IIT, Delhi. He also has a Masters in Business Research Staff
policy, marketing research, strategic brand management Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, Administration from Asian Institute of Technology, Mr. Srinivas Kolluru
and strategic marketing.. Arusha, Tanzania; Visiting Professor/Fellow at Bangkok and a Ph D from IIT, Delhi in the area of Supply Ms. Rabia Khatun
He has conducted training programs for senior and International Centre for Public Enterprises, Lublijana, Chain Management.
IMI Administration
middle-level executives from leading public and private Slovenia; McGill University, Canada; and Foundation for Prior to coming into academics, Prof Varma has had Dean (Academic) :
sector organizations and undertaken consultancy Business Administration, Holland and UK thirteen years of experience in the industry. Most of this Prof. Himadri Das
assignments for the Government of Andhra Pradesh on a He has been involved in institution building activities and has been with the downstream petroleum industry
Dr. Satish Kalra
variety of developmental issues. has participated in setting up academic institutions like covering various functions including projects,
Chairperson, Placement& Dean, Alumni and Corporate
He has over ten years experience of working in senior National Labour Institute, Institute for Integrated Learning procurement and logistics. In the year 2000, he quit the
Relations
management positions in the private sector and six years in Management, New Delhi, Asia Pacific Institute of industry and joined academics. He was an associate
Prof. B.K.Srivastava
experience in teaching, training, research and consulting. Management New Delhi, New Delhi Institute of professor in Operations Management at IMT, Ghaziabad
Dean (Students Welfare) :
Management as also HRD department in Power Projects for more than four years and also a visiting faculty at the
Sondhi Neena - Professor and Services division of BHEL. Department of Management Studies, IIT, Roorkee. Later, Registrar :
Marketing Management he took up a position as Director (NCR Centre) of Prof. S. Balasubramanian
Consumer Behavior He has provided consultancy services and training inputs
University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) and Hostel Superintendent :
Market Research to practically all major public and private sector
subsequently became Vice-President Academic Prof. Somayajulu Garimella
Research Methodology organizations in India, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in
Administration in the University. After this two year stint in Senior Manager (Finance & Accounts) :
Marketing Negotiations areas like Vision building, Organization restructuring,
administrative positions Prof Varma returned to core Mr. Rajesh K Singh
OD, Work redesign, TU leadership development,
Ph.D. (Industrial and Consumer Psychology), University of academics in 2008 becoming professor at Institute of Senior Manager (Estates) :
Participatory culture, Leadership and team building
Delhi Management Education, Sahibabad. Subsequently, in
among others. Author of books and numerous articles, Mr. P S Gupta
2009 he joined IMI as a Professor (Operations
She has a diverse 15 years experience of teaching, his contributions to the field of management has earned Librarian :
Management). His areas of interest are Operations
research and consultancy. In addition to her teaching she him the reputation of being amongst the very best in India Mr. Anup Sharma
Management, Supply Chain Management and
has successfully accomplished a number of and overseas. His interventions have led to considerable Systems Administrator :
Technology Management. Prof. Varma has presented
Organizational Research Assignments, Market analysis improvements in overall operations of significant number Mr. Dinesh Sharma
papers in conferences and published papers in
and Market potential studies and consultancy of organizations
international as well as national journals. Program Administration
assignments for the Government of India, National, Vandenberg Paul - Professor
International agencies, NGOs as well as reputed Venkata Ratnam C S - Professor & Director PGDM (Two Year Full Time)
Business Houses both Indian and MNCs. Her published PhD Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, Human Resource Management Program Director :
research is in the area of Quality of working life, University of London Industrial Relations Prof. V Chandra
Consumer Behavior and Marketing research. Teaching in the areas of Labour and Macroeconomics Ph.D., Andhra University Program Secretaries
Besides academics and research she also undertakes BSocSci, University of Ottawa Earlier he was Professor, Andhra University, Waltair, Mr. Ravi Sharma
management programs on Marketing Research, Faculty Member, Administrative Staff College of India, Mr. Ram Roop
MA International Political Economy, Carleton University,
Marketing communication and Negotiation skills, Hyderabad and Professor, International Management PGDM - HR (Two Year Full Time)
Ottawa
Consumer Behavior and Customer Care. Institute, New Delhi. Program Director :
Dr.Vandenberg has taught economics in the UK and also Prof. Mamta Mohapatra
Srivastava Bhupen He has been Consultant to International Labor
briefly in Japan. He worked closely with the International
Professor & Dean (Students Affairs) Organization, Asian Productivity Organization, several Program Secretary :
Labour Organization in Geneva and New Delhi on issues
Organizational Behavior national Chambers of Commerce and industry. Has Ms. Vijaya
related to labour, micro, small and medium enterprises,
Human Resource Management Strategy worked with several employers and workers Executive PGDM (15 months)
credit, employers' organizations, child labour and
Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, USA organizations in Asia and Europe. Visiting Faculty for two Program Director :
productivity. He has published a book on the Indian
terms at University in Graz, Austria and visiting Scholar at Prof. Arvind Chaturvedi
Has been involved in teaching, research and consultancy business community in Kenya and authored several
Japan Institute of Labor, Tokyo, Manchester Business
activities in India, USA, Canada, Europe and Africa for research papers in recognized journals. Program Secretary :
School (UK) and McGill University (Canada). Secretary,
over four decades. His assignments include Dean, Ms. Soma Jana
Varma Siddharth - Professor Indian Society of Labour Economics, Founder Secretary,
Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, New PGDM (Three Year Part Time)
Quantitative Techniques & Operations Management Indian Industrial Relations Association and Executive
Delhi; Director, FORE School of Management, New Program Director :
Supply Chain Management, Technology Management Committee Member International Industrial Relations
Delhi; Professor, IIM Calcutta, University of Northern
Association. Published over 20 books 100 research Prof. Neena Sondhi
Iowa, Southern Illinois University; Dy. Director, Public Ph.D, IIT Delhi
papers and member of editorial boards for several Program Secretary :
Enterprises Center for Continuing Education, New Delhi; Professor Siddharth Varma is a Mechanical Engineer journals. Mr. Samiran Jana
Senior Fellow, National Labour Institute, New Delhi; from University of Roorkee (now IIT, Roorkee) and an
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Areas of interest include services marketing, product Commonwealth Advisor and Principal Consultant M Tech from IIT, Delhi. He also has a Masters in Business Research Staff
policy, marketing research, strategic brand management Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, Administration from Asian Institute of Technology, Mr. Srinivas Kolluru
and strategic marketing.. Arusha, Tanzania; Visiting Professor/Fellow at Bangkok and a Ph D from IIT, Delhi in the area of Supply Ms. Rabia Khatun
He has conducted training programs for senior and International Centre for Public Enterprises, Lublijana, Chain Management.
IMI Administration
middle-level executives from leading public and private Slovenia; McGill University, Canada; and Foundation for Prior to coming into academics, Prof Varma has had Dean (Academic) :
sector organizations and undertaken consultancy Business Administration, Holland and UK thirteen years of experience in the industry. Most of this Prof. Himadri Das
assignments for the Government of Andhra Pradesh on a He has been involved in institution building activities and has been with the downstream petroleum industry
Dr. Satish Kalra
variety of developmental issues. has participated in setting up academic institutions like covering various functions including projects,
Chairperson, Placement& Dean, Alumni and Corporate
He has over ten years experience of working in senior National Labour Institute, Institute for Integrated Learning procurement and logistics. In the year 2000, he quit the
Relations
management positions in the private sector and six years in Management, New Delhi, Asia Pacific Institute of industry and joined academics. He was an associate
Prof. B.K.Srivastava
experience in teaching, training, research and consulting. Management New Delhi, New Delhi Institute of professor in Operations Management at IMT, Ghaziabad
Dean (Students Welfare) :
Management as also HRD department in Power Projects for more than four years and also a visiting faculty at the
Sondhi Neena - Professor and Services division of BHEL. Department of Management Studies, IIT, Roorkee. Later, Registrar :
Marketing Management he took up a position as Director (NCR Centre) of Prof. S. Balasubramanian
Consumer Behavior He has provided consultancy services and training inputs
University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) and Hostel Superintendent :
Market Research to practically all major public and private sector
subsequently became Vice-President Academic Prof. Somayajulu Garimella
Research Methodology organizations in India, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in
Administration in the University. After this two year stint in Senior Manager (Finance & Accounts) :
Marketing Negotiations areas like Vision building, Organization restructuring,
administrative positions Prof Varma returned to core Mr. Rajesh K Singh
OD, Work redesign, TU leadership development,
Ph.D. (Industrial and Consumer Psychology), University of academics in 2008 becoming professor at Institute of Senior Manager (Estates) :
Participatory culture, Leadership and team building
Delhi Management Education, Sahibabad. Subsequently, in
among others. Author of books and numerous articles, Mr. P S Gupta
2009 he joined IMI as a Professor (Operations
She has a diverse 15 years experience of teaching, his contributions to the field of management has earned Librarian :
Management). His areas of interest are Operations
research and consultancy. In addition to her teaching she him the reputation of being amongst the very best in India Mr. Anup Sharma
Management, Supply Chain Management and
has successfully accomplished a number of and overseas. His interventions have led to considerable Systems Administrator :
Technology Management. Prof. Varma has presented
Organizational Research Assignments, Market analysis improvements in overall operations of significant number Mr. Dinesh Sharma
papers in conferences and published papers in
and Market potential studies and consultancy of organizations
international as well as national journals. Program Administration
assignments for the Government of India, National, Vandenberg Paul - Professor
International agencies, NGOs as well as reputed Venkata Ratnam C S - Professor & Director PGDM (Two Year Full Time)
Business Houses both Indian and MNCs. Her published PhD Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, Human Resource Management Program Director :
research is in the area of Quality of working life, University of London Industrial Relations Prof. V Chandra
Consumer Behavior and Marketing research. Teaching in the areas of Labour and Macroeconomics Ph.D., Andhra University Program Secretaries
Besides academics and research she also undertakes BSocSci, University of Ottawa Earlier he was Professor, Andhra University, Waltair, Mr. Ravi Sharma
management programs on Marketing Research, Faculty Member, Administrative Staff College of India, Mr. Ram Roop
MA International Political Economy, Carleton University,
Marketing communication and Negotiation skills, Hyderabad and Professor, International Management PGDM - HR (Two Year Full Time)
Ottawa
Consumer Behavior and Customer Care. Institute, New Delhi. Program Director :
Dr.Vandenberg has taught economics in the UK and also Prof. Mamta Mohapatra
Srivastava Bhupen He has been Consultant to International Labor
briefly in Japan. He worked closely with the International
Professor & Dean (Students Affairs) Organization, Asian Productivity Organization, several Program Secretary :
Labour Organization in Geneva and New Delhi on issues
Organizational Behavior national Chambers of Commerce and industry. Has Ms. Vijaya
related to labour, micro, small and medium enterprises,
Human Resource Management Strategy worked with several employers and workers Executive PGDM (15 months)
credit, employers' organizations, child labour and
Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, USA organizations in Asia and Europe. Visiting Faculty for two Program Director :
productivity. He has published a book on the Indian
terms at University in Graz, Austria and visiting Scholar at Prof. Arvind Chaturvedi
Has been involved in teaching, research and consultancy business community in Kenya and authored several
Japan Institute of Labor, Tokyo, Manchester Business
activities in India, USA, Canada, Europe and Africa for research papers in recognized journals. Program Secretary :
School (UK) and McGill University (Canada). Secretary,
over four decades. His assignments include Dean, Ms. Soma Jana
Varma Siddharth - Professor Indian Society of Labour Economics, Founder Secretary,
Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, New PGDM (Three Year Part Time)
Quantitative Techniques & Operations Management Indian Industrial Relations Association and Executive
Delhi; Director, FORE School of Management, New Program Director :
Supply Chain Management, Technology Management Committee Member International Industrial Relations
Delhi; Professor, IIM Calcutta, University of Northern
Association. Published over 20 books 100 research Prof. Neena Sondhi
Iowa, Southern Illinois University; Dy. Director, Public Ph.D, IIT Delhi
papers and member of editorial boards for several Program Secretary :
Enterprises Center for Continuing Education, New Delhi; Professor Siddharth Varma is a Mechanical Engineer journals. Mr. Samiran Jana
Senior Fellow, National Labour Institute, New Delhi; from University of Roorkee (now IIT, Roorkee) and an
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IMI is uniquely positioned as India's first corporate sponsored business school and it enjoy committed relationship with u Two-Year (Full-Time) Post- Graduate
the companies listed below. Diploma in Management (PGDM)
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u Bajaj Ltd. Diploma in Management (PGDM)
u Phillips Carbon Black (Approved by AICTE)
u Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
u Rainbow Investments Limited
u Blue Cross Laboratories Ltd. u Ph.D and Fellow program
u Rallis India Ltd.
u BOC India Ltd.
u Business World u Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd.
u Canara Bank u Reliance Energy Ltd
u CEAT Ltd. u RPG Art of Academy & Music
u Central Expressways Construction Limited u RPG Education Trust
u CESC Limited u RPG Enterprises Limited
u Dakshin Bharat Petrochem Limited u RPG Farms Limited
u Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. u RPG Industries Private Limited
u Engineers India Ltd. u RPG Land Scapes Limited
u Gas Authority of India Ltd. (GAIL) u RPG Resorts Limited
u George Williamson (Assam) Ltd. u Saregama India Limited
u Golden Sand Trust
u Sir Sri Ram Foundation
u Harrisons Malayalam Limited
u Spencer & Company Limited
u Hilltop Holdings India Limited
u Spencer International Hotels Limited
u Hindustan Lever Ltd.
u Spencer Travel Services Limited
u Hindustan Petroleum Corpn. Ltd.
u IDBI u Steel Authority of India Ltd.
u IFB Industries Ltd. u Suraj Diamonds & Jewellery Ltd.
u India Equipment Leasing Ltd. u Tata Chemicals Ltd.
u Indian Aluminum Company Ltd. u Tata Energy Ltd.
u Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. u Tata Exports Ltd.
u Infrastructure Leasing & Finance Ltd. u Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd.
u Integrated Coal Mining Limited
u Tata Tea Ltd.
u ITC Hotels
u The Associated Cement Co Ltd.
u ITC Ltd.
u Trade Apartments Limited
u J Mitra & Company Ltd.
u United Phosphorous Ltd.
u Jindal Drilling & Industries Ltd.
u KEC International Limited u Universal Industrial Fund Limited
u Kutub Properties Private Limited u Worthington Pump India (WPIL)
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CORPORATE PATRONS ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

IMI is uniquely positioned as India's first corporate sponsored business school and it enjoy committed relationship with u Two-Year (Full-Time) Post- Graduate
the companies listed below. Diploma in Management (PGDM)
(Approved and Accredited by AICTE)
u Adapt Investments Limited u Mcleod Russsel Ltd.
u Adorn Investments Limited u McNally Bharat Engg. Company Ltd. u Two-Year Post-Graduate Diploma in
u Alipore Towers Private Limited Management (Human Resource) PGDM-HR
u MMTC Ltd.
(Approved by AICTE)
u Amalgamations Repco Ltd. u National Information Technology Limited
u Amco Batteries Ltd. u 15 Month Executive Post-Graduate Diploma
u OCL India Ltd.
u Apple Industries Ltd. in Management (ExPGDM) (Approved by
u Off Shore India Limited
u APR Ltd. AICTE and Ministry of HRD)
u Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd.
u Arunodaya Charitable Trust u Three-Year (Part-Time) Post-Graduate
u Peerless Financial Services Ltd.
u Bajaj Ltd. Diploma in Management (PGDM)
u Phillips Carbon Black (Approved by AICTE)
u Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.
u Rainbow Investments Limited
u Blue Cross Laboratories Ltd. u Ph.D and Fellow program
u Rallis India Ltd.
u BOC India Ltd.
u Business World u Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd.
u Canara Bank u Reliance Energy Ltd
u CEAT Ltd. u RPG Art of Academy & Music
u Central Expressways Construction Limited u RPG Education Trust
u CESC Limited u RPG Enterprises Limited
u Dakshin Bharat Petrochem Limited u RPG Farms Limited
u Dr Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. u RPG Industries Private Limited
u Engineers India Ltd. u RPG Land Scapes Limited
u Gas Authority of India Ltd. (GAIL) u RPG Resorts Limited
u George Williamson (Assam) Ltd. u Saregama India Limited
u Golden Sand Trust
u Sir Sri Ram Foundation
u Harrisons Malayalam Limited
u Spencer & Company Limited
u Hilltop Holdings India Limited
u Spencer International Hotels Limited
u Hindustan Lever Ltd.
u Spencer Travel Services Limited
u Hindustan Petroleum Corpn. Ltd.
u IDBI u Steel Authority of India Ltd.
u IFB Industries Ltd. u Suraj Diamonds & Jewellery Ltd.
u India Equipment Leasing Ltd. u Tata Chemicals Ltd.
u Indian Aluminum Company Ltd. u Tata Energy Ltd.
u Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. u Tata Exports Ltd.
u Infrastructure Leasing & Finance Ltd. u Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd.
u Integrated Coal Mining Limited
u Tata Tea Ltd.
u ITC Hotels
u The Associated Cement Co Ltd.
u ITC Ltd.
u Trade Apartments Limited
u J Mitra & Company Ltd.
u United Phosphorous Ltd.
u Jindal Drilling & Industries Ltd.
u KEC International Limited u Universal Industrial Fund Limited
u Kutub Properties Private Limited u Worthington Pump India (WPIL)
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

XVIII POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT


(PGDM 2010-2012)

Importants dates for PGDM Program 4. Admission Offer: Final selection will be based on a Year Two (2011-2012)
careful evaluation of the applicant's academic record,
Availability of IMI Brouchure & Application Form : September 09, 2009 work experience (if any), Group Discussions and personal Term-IV

Last Date of Sale of IMI Brouchure & Application form : November 27, 2009 Interview. CAT score will not be used in the final selection u Strategy Implementation
process but will be used only for short listing for Group
Last Date of Receipt of Completed IMI Application form : November 27, 2009 Discussion and Personal Interview. Successful candidates u International Business
Note: For information on Important Dates for CAT, please refer to IIM Website. will be informed of their final selection by April 2010. The u Electives : Four
selected candidates must pay their first fee installment
within two weeks of receiving the admission offer, failing Term-V
The Program Admission Procedure
which the offer will be withdrawn. u Electives : Five
Approved and accredited by AICTE, the program equips 1. Application : IMI Brochure and Application Form can
Program structure and curriculum
participants with fundamental management skills and in- be acquired by one time payment of Rs. 1500/- for one Term-VI
PGDM - Year One (2010-2011)
depth knowledge of their chosen area of specialization. program and Rs. 2000/- for two programs through
POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT u Electives : Three
IMI through its international alliances has evolved a following means :
contemporary program with focus on core management (First Year) LIST OF COURSES Electives : With the commencement of the third term of
u By cash payment at IMI first year, the participants will indicate the choice of area
areas and offers carefully selected elective courses which Term No Course Course
are regularly up-dated. u By post (enclosing demand draft drawn in favour of IMI Code of specialization in second year. A minimum of 6 courses
payable at Delhi) 1 GM 501 Business Communication must be taken in an area to declare it as major. A
Objectives minimum of 5 courses must be taken in an year to
u On-line application can be accessed through Skills
To prepare the participants to manage and lead in an declare it as minor. A student cannot declare 2 majors.
increasingly integrated business environment that www.imi.edu. (need to make a payment by credit card/ 2 QM 501 Business Mathematics
Demand Draft in favour of IMI, payable at New Delhi) Even if he/she takes 6 courses each in two different areas,
transcends national borders. 3 AC 501 Financial Accounting and only one of the these two areas can be declared as a
after September 09 till November 27, 2009 . Analysis
To develop conceptual and analytical skills and an in- major and the other must be declared as minor. The
depth understanding of functional areas. To gain 2. Admission Test: Candidates are required to appear for First 4 IS 501 Information Technology single declared major will go in the placement brochure
practical business experience. the Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by The for Decision Making that all companies will see. If a company comes to
Indian Institute of Management at different Centers all 5 EC 501 Managerial Economics campus and asks for Finance majors only, then only those
The program is challenging, the curriculum is rigorous and over the country. The CAT examination will be held on
6 MK 501 Marketing Management-I students who have declared Finance as their major in the
the selection procedure is highly competitive. As a result Saturday, 28 November 2009 to Monday, 7 December placement brochure can apply. If the number of
IMI seeks candidates whose abilities, skills and personality 2009. IMI will receive the test scores from the IIM for those 7 OB 503 Organizational Behavior-I
participants specializing in any area is less than 15, the
indicate strong potential for success in the future. candidates who have appeared in the CAT and have also 8 QM 502 Business Statistics specialization request may not be entertained.
Academic Year applied to IMI for the two-year PGDM and PGDM-HR. IMI 9 AC 502 Cost and Management
uses CAT scores (sectional and overall) as the sole criterion POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT
IMI follows the Calendar of June to March as its academic Accounting
for short-listing candidates. IIMs have no role either in the (Second Year) LIST OF COURSES
year with slight modifications as may be necessary on 10 FN 501 Financial Management-I
year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester selection process or in the conduct of the program. Compulsory
Second 11 EC 502 Macroeconomic Theory
are provided at the beginning of the term. Foreign students and NRI sponsored candidates are 1 ST 508 Strategy Implementation (SI)
& Policy
Eligibility required to take the Graduate Management Aptitude Test
12 MK 502 Marketing Management-II 2 EC 505 International Business (IB)
The Program is targeted at individuals with high potential (GMAT) at a test centre outside India. They should score ,
13 OM 502 Operations Management-I Elective Courses (12 to be taken)
for success in their chosen career. Selection is therefore preferably, more than 600 marks.
very rigorous and competitive. 3. Group Discussion and Interview: Group Discussion 14 OB 504 Organizational Behavior-II Marketing Management
and personal interviews are integral components of the 15 FN 502 Financial Management-II 3 MK601 Consumer Behavior (CB)
Academic Qualification
admissions process. Besides, the selection procedure also 16 ST 510 Geo-political Environment
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent with a minimum of 50% 4 Mk602 Marketing Research (MR)
entails evaluating writing skills. The overall objective is to
aggregate marks in any discipline under 10 + 2+ 3 17 HR 510 Human Resource 5 MK603 Distribution Management (DM)
identify and assess the candidate's communication ability,
system from a recognized University. A Bachelor's degree Management
in addition to the overall knowledge of the student. 6 MK604 Product Management (PM)
or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate Besides Delhi, the selection process is normally conducted Third 18 IS 502 Management Information
must entail a minimum of three years of education after at other centers including Bangalore, Chandigarh, System 7 MK605 International Marketing (IM)
completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or Kolkata, Mumbai, Nagpur, Jaipur, Trivandrum & 19 OM 503 Operations Management-II 8 MK606 Business Forecasting (BF)
equivalent. Candidates appearing in the final year of Hyderabad. Candidates should indicate their preferred
20 QM 503 Research Methods 9 MK607 Business 2 Business Marketing (B2B)
their bachelor's degree are also eligible, provided they center(s) for interview in the application form. If a
for Management
complete all formalities of their examination before June candidate's preferred centre is not available, the 10 MK609 Sales Management (SM)
30, 2010 and furnish the proof of having met the candidate will be informed of the change. IMI reserves the 21 ST 507 Strategy Formulation
11 MK610 Brand Management (BM)
minimum eligibility criteria by September 30, 2010. right to change any of the centers for the selection process. All courses cover 3 credit weightage
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

XVIII POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT


(PGDM 2010-2012)

Importants dates for PGDM Program 4. Admission Offer: Final selection will be based on a Year Two (2011-2012)
careful evaluation of the applicant's academic record,
Availability of IMI Brouchure & Application Form : September 09, 2009 work experience (if any), Group Discussions and personal Term-IV

Last Date of Sale of IMI Brouchure & Application form : November 27, 2009 Interview. CAT score will not be used in the final selection u Strategy Implementation
process but will be used only for short listing for Group
Last Date of Receipt of Completed IMI Application form : November 27, 2009 Discussion and Personal Interview. Successful candidates u International Business
Note: For information on Important Dates for CAT, please refer to IIM Website. will be informed of their final selection by April 2010. The u Electives : Four
selected candidates must pay their first fee installment
within two weeks of receiving the admission offer, failing Term-V
The Program Admission Procedure
which the offer will be withdrawn. u Electives : Five
Approved and accredited by AICTE, the program equips 1. Application : IMI Brochure and Application Form can
Program structure and curriculum
participants with fundamental management skills and in- be acquired by one time payment of Rs. 1500/- for one Term-VI
PGDM - Year One (2010-2011)
depth knowledge of their chosen area of specialization. program and Rs. 2000/- for two programs through
POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT u Electives : Three
IMI through its international alliances has evolved a following means :
contemporary program with focus on core management (First Year) LIST OF COURSES Electives : With the commencement of the third term of
u By cash payment at IMI first year, the participants will indicate the choice of area
areas and offers carefully selected elective courses which Term No Course Course
are regularly up-dated. u By post (enclosing demand draft drawn in favour of IMI Code of specialization in second year. A minimum of 6 courses
payable at Delhi) 1 GM 501 Business Communication must be taken in an area to declare it as major. A
Objectives minimum of 5 courses must be taken in an year to
u On-line application can be accessed through Skills
To prepare the participants to manage and lead in an declare it as minor. A student cannot declare 2 majors.
increasingly integrated business environment that www.imi.edu. (need to make a payment by credit card/ 2 QM 501 Business Mathematics
Demand Draft in favour of IMI, payable at New Delhi) Even if he/she takes 6 courses each in two different areas,
transcends national borders. 3 AC 501 Financial Accounting and only one of the these two areas can be declared as a
after September 09 till November 27, 2009 . Analysis
To develop conceptual and analytical skills and an in- major and the other must be declared as minor. The
depth understanding of functional areas. To gain 2. Admission Test: Candidates are required to appear for First 4 IS 501 Information Technology single declared major will go in the placement brochure
practical business experience. the Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by The for Decision Making that all companies will see. If a company comes to
Indian Institute of Management at different Centers all 5 EC 501 Managerial Economics campus and asks for Finance majors only, then only those
The program is challenging, the curriculum is rigorous and over the country. The CAT examination will be held on
6 MK 501 Marketing Management-I students who have declared Finance as their major in the
the selection procedure is highly competitive. As a result Saturday, 28 November 2009 to Monday, 7 December placement brochure can apply. If the number of
IMI seeks candidates whose abilities, skills and personality 2009. IMI will receive the test scores from the IIM for those 7 OB 503 Organizational Behavior-I
participants specializing in any area is less than 15, the
indicate strong potential for success in the future. candidates who have appeared in the CAT and have also 8 QM 502 Business Statistics specialization request may not be entertained.
Academic Year applied to IMI for the two-year PGDM and PGDM-HR. IMI 9 AC 502 Cost and Management
uses CAT scores (sectional and overall) as the sole criterion POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT
IMI follows the Calendar of June to March as its academic Accounting
for short-listing candidates. IIMs have no role either in the (Second Year) LIST OF COURSES
year with slight modifications as may be necessary on 10 FN 501 Financial Management-I
year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester selection process or in the conduct of the program. Compulsory
Second 11 EC 502 Macroeconomic Theory
are provided at the beginning of the term. Foreign students and NRI sponsored candidates are 1 ST 508 Strategy Implementation (SI)
& Policy
Eligibility required to take the Graduate Management Aptitude Test
12 MK 502 Marketing Management-II 2 EC 505 International Business (IB)
The Program is targeted at individuals with high potential (GMAT) at a test centre outside India. They should score ,
13 OM 502 Operations Management-I Elective Courses (12 to be taken)
for success in their chosen career. Selection is therefore preferably, more than 600 marks.
very rigorous and competitive. 3. Group Discussion and Interview: Group Discussion 14 OB 504 Organizational Behavior-II Marketing Management
and personal interviews are integral components of the 15 FN 502 Financial Management-II 3 MK601 Consumer Behavior (CB)
Academic Qualification
admissions process. Besides, the selection procedure also 16 ST 510 Geo-political Environment
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent with a minimum of 50% 4 Mk602 Marketing Research (MR)
entails evaluating writing skills. The overall objective is to
aggregate marks in any discipline under 10 + 2+ 3 17 HR 510 Human Resource 5 MK603 Distribution Management (DM)
identify and assess the candidate's communication ability,
system from a recognized University. A Bachelor's degree Management
in addition to the overall knowledge of the student. 6 MK604 Product Management (PM)
or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate Besides Delhi, the selection process is normally conducted Third 18 IS 502 Management Information
must entail a minimum of three years of education after at other centers including Bangalore, Chandigarh, System 7 MK605 International Marketing (IM)
completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or Kolkata, Mumbai, Nagpur, Jaipur, Trivandrum & 19 OM 503 Operations Management-II 8 MK606 Business Forecasting (BF)
equivalent. Candidates appearing in the final year of Hyderabad. Candidates should indicate their preferred
20 QM 503 Research Methods 9 MK607 Business 2 Business Marketing (B2B)
their bachelor's degree are also eligible, provided they center(s) for interview in the application form. If a
for Management
complete all formalities of their examination before June candidate's preferred centre is not available, the 10 MK609 Sales Management (SM)
30, 2010 and furnish the proof of having met the candidate will be informed of the change. IMI reserves the 21 ST 507 Strategy Formulation
11 MK610 Brand Management (BM)
minimum eligibility criteria by September 30, 2010. right to change any of the centers for the selection process. All courses cover 3 credit weightage
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

12 Mk611 Retail Marketing (RM) 41 OM608 Operations Strategy (OS) performance. Summer Internship is an essential
13 MK612 Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) requirement for the award of the IMI Diploma.
42 OM609 Manufacturing Planning & Controls (MPC)
14 Mk613 Marketing of Services (MOS) Economics, Strategy and General Management Merit Scholarships
The institute awards merit scholarships to participants of
15 MK614 Advertising Management (AM) 43 EC601 International Business & Economic Post-Graduate Diploma in Management. These are
16 MK615 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Environment (IBEE) awarded on the basis of outstanding academic
44 GM602 Entrepreneurship (EP) performance in the first term of each academic year. The
17 Mk616 Strategic Marketing (SM)
number of scholarships to be awarded, as well as detailed
18 Mk617 Rural Marketing (RM) 45 GM603 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) guidelines and rules governing the grant of these
Financial Management 46 ST604 Intrapreneurship, Corporate Venturing, experience in the application of core concepts and scholarships will be announced soon after the
Entrepreneurship and Incubators(ICVEI) functional skills. This practice of 'Learning by Doing' helps commencement of the program. At present, scholarship of
19 Ac601 Financial Control & Rs.50,000/-, Rs.30,000/- and Rs.20,000/- is given to the
47 GM605 Legal Aspects of Business (LAB) the student to relate the rigors of theory in the world of
Cost Management (FCCM) top three students respectively at the end of the first year.
business. Participants work on projects as per the
20 Ac602 Corporate Taxation (CT) 48 EC606 Macro Economic Analysis for Business specification of the company. At the end of 8-10 weeks of Mode of Payment
Planning (MCABP) such a closely guided project under the supervision of the
21 FN601 International Finance (IF) All the payments have to be made on or before the date
49 EC607 Business in Emerging Economies (BEE) company executive, the participant submits a report to the mentioned. The fee should be paid by demand draft or
22 FN602 Financial Derivatives (FD) company. The concerned company executive normally
Information Technology pay order drawn in favor of International Management
23 FN603 Management of Banks (MB) provides feedback to the Program Director on the student Institute and payable at New Delhi.
49 IS601 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
24 FN604 Security Analysis and Program Fee Structure
Portfolio Management (SAPM) 50 IS602 E-Business (EB)
(For PGDM & PGDMHR 2010 - 2012), Applicant Category: Self - sponsored
25 FN605 Management of Financial Services (MFS) 51 IS603 Database Management Systems (DMS)
Year/Account Category First Year Second Year Total
26 FN606 Management of Insurance Business (MIB) 52 IS604 Information Systems Analysis & Design
All figures in Indian Rupees I II I II
(ISAD)
27 FN607 Financial Engineering and Installment Installment Installment Installment
Risk Management (FERM) 53 IS605 Data & Information Security (DIS)
Tuition Fee 175,000 200,000 225,000 150,000 750,000
28 FN608 Restructuring , Acquisitions Strategic 54 IS606 Software Project Management (SPM)
Text/Reading Material 10,500 10,500 10,500 8,500 40,000
Alliances and Mergers (RASAM) 55 IS607 Knowledge Management (KM)
Student Welfare (Includes
29 FN609 Project & Infrastructure Finance (PIF) 56 IS608 Business Intelligence (BI) medical cover/Insurance 5,000 – 5,000 – 10,000
30 FN610 Wealth Management and Alternative 57 IS609 Information System Strategy (ISS) Library Fee 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 30,000
Investments (WMAI)
58 IS610 IT for Business Continuity Planning (IBCP) Life Membership of Alumni
31 Fn611 Investment Banking (IB) Association 3,000 - 3,000 - 6,000
59 IS611 Decision Support Systems (DSS)
QT & Operations Management Computer Fee 6,000 9,000 15,000 10,000 40,000
60 IS612 Managing IT Infrastructure (MITI)
32 QM601 Business Forecasting (BF) Security Deposit (Refundable
Note : All Compulsory and Elective courses have 3 credits
33 QM602 Financial Econometrics(FE) each Students are welcome to take Research Paper/ subject to obtaining
Course of independent Studies. clearance of all dues and
34 QM603 Psychometric Testing (PT) damage to Institute
35 OM601 Logistics & Supply Chain Management Note : The Institute does not offer specialization in HRM. properties/Assets. 15,000 15,000
(LSCM) Notes : Total 222,000 227,000 266,000 176,000 891,000
36 OM602 Total Quality Management (TQM) 1.IMI reserves the right to revise the course structure.
Payment Schedule (Self Sponsored Candidates)
37 OM603 Six Sigma (SS) 2.This list of electives is only indicative. Actual courses
offered will depend upon the size of the group expressing Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in Rupees) Amount due on
38 OM604 Strategic Management
interest in the elective. If considered necessary, new 2010-2011 1 222,000 Within two weeks of admission offer
of Innovation & Technology
electives may be offered in addition to the above list. 2 227,000 03.10.2010
39 OM605 Applications of Operational
Research (AOR) Summer Internship 2011-2012 1 266,000 03-04-2011
On completion of year one, students gain hands-on 2 176,000 03-10-2011
40 OM606 Project Management (PM)
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010


ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

12 Mk611 Retail Marketing (RM) 41 OM608 Operations Strategy (OS) performance. Summer Internship is an essential
13 MK612 Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) requirement for the award of the IMI Diploma.
42 OM609 Manufacturing Planning & Controls (MPC)
14 Mk613 Marketing of Services (MOS) Economics, Strategy and General Management Merit Scholarships
The institute awards merit scholarships to participants of
15 MK614 Advertising Management (AM) 43 EC601 International Business & Economic Post-Graduate Diploma in Management. These are
16 MK615 Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Environment (IBEE) awarded on the basis of outstanding academic
44 GM602 Entrepreneurship (EP) performance in the first term of each academic year. The
17 Mk616 Strategic Marketing (SM)
number of scholarships to be awarded, as well as detailed
18 Mk617 Rural Marketing (RM) 45 GM603 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) guidelines and rules governing the grant of these
Financial Management 46 ST604 Intrapreneurship, Corporate Venturing, experience in the application of core concepts and scholarships will be announced soon after the
Entrepreneurship and Incubators(ICVEI) functional skills. This practice of 'Learning by Doing' helps commencement of the program. At present, scholarship of
19 Ac601 Financial Control & Rs.50,000/-, Rs.30,000/- and Rs.20,000/- is given to the
47 GM605 Legal Aspects of Business (LAB) the student to relate the rigors of theory in the world of
Cost Management (FCCM) top three students respectively at the end of the first year.
business. Participants work on projects as per the
20 Ac602 Corporate Taxation (CT) 48 EC606 Macro Economic Analysis for Business specification of the company. At the end of 8-10 weeks of Mode of Payment
Planning (MCABP) such a closely guided project under the supervision of the
21 FN601 International Finance (IF) All the payments have to be made on or before the date
49 EC607 Business in Emerging Economies (BEE) company executive, the participant submits a report to the mentioned. The fee should be paid by demand draft or
22 FN602 Financial Derivatives (FD) company. The concerned company executive normally
Information Technology pay order drawn in favor of International Management
23 FN603 Management of Banks (MB) provides feedback to the Program Director on the student Institute and payable at New Delhi.
49 IS601 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
24 FN604 Security Analysis and Program Fee Structure
Portfolio Management (SAPM) 50 IS602 E-Business (EB)
(For PGDM & PGDMHR 2010 - 2012), Applicant Category: Self - sponsored
25 FN605 Management of Financial Services (MFS) 51 IS603 Database Management Systems (DMS)
Year/Account Category First Year Second Year Total
26 FN606 Management of Insurance Business (MIB) 52 IS604 Information Systems Analysis & Design
All figures in Indian Rupees I II I II
(ISAD)
27 FN607 Financial Engineering and Installment Installment Installment Installment
Risk Management (FERM) 53 IS605 Data & Information Security (DIS)
Tuition Fee 175,000 200,000 225,000 150,000 750,000
28 FN608 Restructuring , Acquisitions Strategic 54 IS606 Software Project Management (SPM)
Text/Reading Material 10,500 10,500 10,500 8,500 40,000
Alliances and Mergers (RASAM) 55 IS607 Knowledge Management (KM)
Student Welfare (Includes
29 FN609 Project & Infrastructure Finance (PIF) 56 IS608 Business Intelligence (BI) medical cover/Insurance 5,000 – 5,000 – 10,000
30 FN610 Wealth Management and Alternative 57 IS609 Information System Strategy (ISS) Library Fee 7,500 7,500 7,500 7,500 30,000
Investments (WMAI)
58 IS610 IT for Business Continuity Planning (IBCP) Life Membership of Alumni
31 Fn611 Investment Banking (IB) Association 3,000 - 3,000 - 6,000
59 IS611 Decision Support Systems (DSS)
QT & Operations Management Computer Fee 6,000 9,000 15,000 10,000 40,000
60 IS612 Managing IT Infrastructure (MITI)
32 QM601 Business Forecasting (BF) Security Deposit (Refundable
Note : All Compulsory and Elective courses have 3 credits
33 QM602 Financial Econometrics(FE) each Students are welcome to take Research Paper/ subject to obtaining
Course of independent Studies. clearance of all dues and
34 QM603 Psychometric Testing (PT) damage to Institute
35 OM601 Logistics & Supply Chain Management Note : The Institute does not offer specialization in HRM. properties/Assets. 15,000 15,000
(LSCM) Notes : Total 222,000 227,000 266,000 176,000 891,000
36 OM602 Total Quality Management (TQM) 1.IMI reserves the right to revise the course structure.
Payment Schedule (Self Sponsored Candidates)
37 OM603 Six Sigma (SS) 2.This list of electives is only indicative. Actual courses
offered will depend upon the size of the group expressing Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in Rupees) Amount due on
38 OM604 Strategic Management
interest in the elective. If considered necessary, new 2010-2011 1 222,000 Within two weeks of admission offer
of Innovation & Technology
electives may be offered in addition to the above list. 2 227,000 03.10.2010
39 OM605 Applications of Operational
Research (AOR) Summer Internship 2011-2012 1 266,000 03-04-2011
On completion of year one, students gain hands-on 2 176,000 03-10-2011
40 OM606 Project Management (PM)
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

V POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT


(HUMAN RESOURCE) PGDM - HR (2010-12)
Hostel Fee & Mess Charges Important dates for PGDM-HR PROGRAM
Academic Year Installment No. Amount (In Rupees) Amount Due On Availability of IMI Brochure & Application Form : September 09, 2009
2010-2011 1 60,000 Within two weeks of
Last Date of Sale of IMI Brochure & Application form : November 27,2009
(This is for lodging only) letter of offer of
Hostel Accommodation Last Date of Receipt of Completed IMI Application form : November 27,2009
Mess Charges Vegetarian:2,010/- per month Mess Charges are Note: For information on Important Dates for CAT, please refer to IIM Website.
(Payable Monthly Non-Vegetarian:.2,120/- per month payable monthly
in Advance) Foreign Participants: 2,220/- per month in advance each month The Program
2011-12 2 60,000 02-05-2011 Approved by AICTE, the program prepares a cadre of HR
(This is for lodging only) professionals equipped with appropriate values,
perspective, and competencies to become a catalyst in
Mess Charges Rates are likely to increase by 10-15%,
(Payable Monthly in subject to confirmation developing a culture of excellence in the organization.
Advance) before start of II academic year. Objectives
It is increasingly being realized that people are key
Fees Structure (For PGDM& PGDMHR 2009 2011) differentiators in enabling organizations gain and
Company - sponsored maintain competitive edge in a borderless economic
society. It is thus imperative for organizations to attract,
Year/Account Category First Year Second Year Total nurture, develop and retain such talent which will be
All figures in Indian Rupees I II responsive to the demands of ever changing technology,
Installment Installment increased mobility and fast growing obsolescence. HR
professionals with holistic perspective and in depth
Tuition Fee 750,000 7,50,000 15,00,000
understanding of the fundamentals of related disciplines
Text/Reading Material 21000 19,000 40,000 providing the foundation of people management with
Student Welfare (Includes medical cover/Insurance 5,000 5,000 10,000 strong service orientation will be needed to address
proactively the challenges of future. In addition, insights a continuing basis. Adequate emphasis on costing,
Library Fee 15,000 15000 30,000
into the various HR subsystems of stakeholders will be measurement and diagnostic and analytical research in
Life Membership of Alumni Association 3,000 3,000 6,000 necessary conditions for enabling them to contribute to different subsystems of HR and their inter linkages with
Computer Fee 15,000 25,000 40,000 the attainment of organizational goals and purposes. the overall business. This will be done through course
work, internship, live projects, term papers and
Security Deposit (Refundable subject to 15,000 15,000 Specific objectives of the program are to enable students :
dissertation. For better comprehension of social and
obtaining clearance of all dues and damage u Acquire functional expertise in the different aspects of developmental issues which have a bearing on people
to Institute properties/Assets. HRM & ER. and their lives the participants will be attached to non-
Total 8,24,000 8,17,000 16,41,000 u Develop familiarity with state of-art HR practices. governmental and other voluntary organizations for a
specified period. Through a balanced menu, the
u Gain appreciation in different areas of management.
program prepares students to be well rounded in all sub
Due dates and mess charges / hostel fees : u Lead Change areas of HR.
Ist Installment : within two weeks of offer of admission / hostel accommodation u Develop strategic perception on HR. The practical component of the curriculum further include
IInd Installment : 03/04/2010 and 02/05/2011 respectively for academic fee and for hostel. u Use IT in various HR functions inputs by practitioners, 8-week Summer Internship in a
company and another 2-week internship in an NGO
u Develop sensitivity to people in organizations.
working on social and labor issues.
NRI Candidates The Program with a difference : A wide variety of career opportunities await the students
I year : Course fee : US$ 24,500*/- due on offer of admission. The unique features of this program include : of the program and the Institute will provide active
II Year : Course fee : US$ 24,500/- due on 03/04/2011. A proper blend of theoretical rigor and exposure to the placement service towards placement in: Line HR
*Security Deposit US $500 real world through interactive sessions with key stake Functions in the corporate world of HR; Consulting
holders-professionals from government, management, opportunities with global best players/HR Service
(*Inclusive of Security Deposit US $500, Refundable subject to security obtaining clearance of all dues and damage to trade unions and civil society institutions. Interfacing with Providers; Careers in Research; and other allied areas
Institute properties/Assets). local revenue administration, conciliation machinery, law
NRI candidate's course fee is inclusive of books. Hostel and mess fees are not included and will be charged extra. Lateral placement assistance will be provided to those
and order, judiciary and such other regulatory bodies on
with five or more years of relevant work experience.
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(HUMAN RESOURCE) PGDM - HR (2010-12)
Hostel Fee & Mess Charges Important dates for PGDM-HR PROGRAM
Academic Year Installment No. Amount (In Rupees) Amount Due On Availability of IMI Brochure & Application Form : September 09, 2009
2010-2011 1 60,000 Within two weeks of
Last Date of Sale of IMI Brochure & Application form : November 27,2009
(This is for lodging only) letter of offer of
Hostel Accommodation Last Date of Receipt of Completed IMI Application form : November 27,2009
Mess Charges Vegetarian:2,010/- per month Mess Charges are Note: For information on Important Dates for CAT, please refer to IIM Website.
(Payable Monthly Non-Vegetarian:.2,120/- per month payable monthly
in Advance) Foreign Participants: 2,220/- per month in advance each month The Program
2011-12 2 60,000 02-05-2011 Approved by AICTE, the program prepares a cadre of HR
(This is for lodging only) professionals equipped with appropriate values,
perspective, and competencies to become a catalyst in
Mess Charges Rates are likely to increase by 10-15%,
(Payable Monthly in subject to confirmation developing a culture of excellence in the organization.
Advance) before start of II academic year. Objectives
It is increasingly being realized that people are key
Fees Structure (For PGDM& PGDMHR 2009 2011) differentiators in enabling organizations gain and
Company - sponsored maintain competitive edge in a borderless economic
society. It is thus imperative for organizations to attract,
Year/Account Category First Year Second Year Total nurture, develop and retain such talent which will be
All figures in Indian Rupees I II responsive to the demands of ever changing technology,
Installment Installment increased mobility and fast growing obsolescence. HR
professionals with holistic perspective and in depth
Tuition Fee 750,000 7,50,000 15,00,000
understanding of the fundamentals of related disciplines
Text/Reading Material 21000 19,000 40,000 providing the foundation of people management with
Student Welfare (Includes medical cover/Insurance 5,000 5,000 10,000 strong service orientation will be needed to address
proactively the challenges of future. In addition, insights a continuing basis. Adequate emphasis on costing,
Library Fee 15,000 15000 30,000
into the various HR subsystems of stakeholders will be measurement and diagnostic and analytical research in
Life Membership of Alumni Association 3,000 3,000 6,000 necessary conditions for enabling them to contribute to different subsystems of HR and their inter linkages with
Computer Fee 15,000 25,000 40,000 the attainment of organizational goals and purposes. the overall business. This will be done through course
work, internship, live projects, term papers and
Security Deposit (Refundable subject to 15,000 15,000 Specific objectives of the program are to enable students :
dissertation. For better comprehension of social and
obtaining clearance of all dues and damage u Acquire functional expertise in the different aspects of developmental issues which have a bearing on people
to Institute properties/Assets. HRM & ER. and their lives the participants will be attached to non-
Total 8,24,000 8,17,000 16,41,000 u Develop familiarity with state of-art HR practices. governmental and other voluntary organizations for a
specified period. Through a balanced menu, the
u Gain appreciation in different areas of management.
program prepares students to be well rounded in all sub
Due dates and mess charges / hostel fees : u Lead Change areas of HR.
Ist Installment : within two weeks of offer of admission / hostel accommodation u Develop strategic perception on HR. The practical component of the curriculum further include
IInd Installment : 03/04/2010 and 02/05/2011 respectively for academic fee and for hostel. u Use IT in various HR functions inputs by practitioners, 8-week Summer Internship in a
company and another 2-week internship in an NGO
u Develop sensitivity to people in organizations.
working on social and labor issues.
NRI Candidates The Program with a difference : A wide variety of career opportunities await the students
I year : Course fee : US$ 24,500*/- due on offer of admission. The unique features of this program include : of the program and the Institute will provide active
II Year : Course fee : US$ 24,500/- due on 03/04/2011. A proper blend of theoretical rigor and exposure to the placement service towards placement in: Line HR
*Security Deposit US $500 real world through interactive sessions with key stake Functions in the corporate world of HR; Consulting
holders-professionals from government, management, opportunities with global best players/HR Service
(*Inclusive of Security Deposit US $500, Refundable subject to security obtaining clearance of all dues and damage to trade unions and civil society institutions. Interfacing with Providers; Careers in Research; and other allied areas
Institute properties/Assets). local revenue administration, conciliation machinery, law
NRI candidate's course fee is inclusive of books. Hostel and mess fees are not included and will be charged extra. Lateral placement assistance will be provided to those
and order, judiciary and such other regulatory bodies on
with five or more years of relevant work experience.
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Academic Year PGDM (HR) COURSES STRUCTURE Electives**


IMI follows the Calendar of June to March as its academic Term No Course Course Sl. No. Code Courses
year with slight modifications as may be necessary on Code
Electives - Organizational Behavior
year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester Term I 1 OB501 Behavior in Organizations - I
1. OB601 Building & Leading Teams
are provided at the beginning of the term. 2 GM501 Business Communication Skills
2. Ob602 Leadership
3 EC503 Business Economics
Eligibility 3. Ob603 Facilitating Innovation & Creativity in
4 GM512 Ethics & Corporate Organization
The Program is targeted at individuals with high potential
Social Responsibility
for success in their chosen career. Selection is therefore 4. Ob604 Consultancy Skills
5 HR501 HR Systems & Processes
very rigorous and competitive. 5. Ob607 Organizational Design & Development
6 IS501 IT for Decision Making
Fee Structure 6. Ob609 Journey to Self
7 AC503 Management Accounting
The fee structure and payment schedule for PGDM - HR 7. Ob610 Power and Politics
Term II 8 OB502 Behavior in Organizations-II
is the same as for PGDM 2010-12 8. OB611 Psychometric Testing
9 QM502 Business Statistics
Electives - Human Resource
Academic Qualification 10 FN503 Corporate Finance
9. HR601 Managerial Compensation
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent with a minimum of 50% 11 HR502 Human Resource Planning
aggregate marks in any discipline under 10 + 2+ 3 10. HR602 Career Management
12 HR504 Learning & Development
system from a recognized University. A Bachelor's degree 11. HR603 HR Issues in Supply Chain
13 OB507 Personal Growth Lab Summer Internship : On completion of year one,
or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate Management
14 HR503 Recruitment Process students gain hands-on experience in the application of
must entail a minimum of three years of education after 12. HR604 Improving Workforce Practices using
Term III 15 HR506 Compensation & Reward core concepts and functional skills. This practice of
completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or PCMM
Management 'Learning by Doing' helps the student relate to the rigors of
equivalent. Candidates appearing in the final year of 13. HR608 HR and Outsourcing
16 OB508 Competency Management & theory in the world of business. Participants work on
their bachelor's degree are also eligible, provided they 14. HR609 Role of HR in Mergers and Acquisition
Assessment Centers projects as per the specification of the company. At the
complete all formalities of their examination before June end of eight to ten weeks of such a closely guided project Electives - Employee Relations
17 ER501 Legal Framework of
30, 2010 and furnish the proof of having met the under the supervision of the company executive, the 15. ER601 Business Negotiation Skills
Employment -I
minimum eligibility criteria by September 30, 2010. participant submits a report to the company. The 16. ER602 Safety, Health & Environment
18 MK503 Marketing Management
Program Structure and Curriculum concerned company executive normally provides Electives -QT & Operations Management
19 OM501 Operations Management
The curriculum is designed with a holistic approach to feedback to the Program Director on the student 17. QM603 Psychometric testing
20 HR505 Performance Management
human resource management. The course comprises Systems performance. Summer internship is an essential 18. OM 607 HR Issues in Supply Chain
105 credits distributed among several compulsory and requirement for the award of the IMI Diploma. Management
21 QM503 Research Methods for
elective courses. Since the emphasis is to provide Management Internship with an NGO : Two to three weeks of * IMI reserves the right to change the course structure.
specialization in HRM, the effort has been to provide a Term IV 22 ST509 Strategic Management internship with a civil society institution forms part of the ** This list is only indicative. Actual offering will depend upon
balanced package based on industry requirements. 23 ER502 Legal Framework of curriculum with a view to sensitizing the students with the the size of the group expressing interest in the elective. If
Employment-II emerging socioeconomic and ecological concerns at considered necessary, new electives may be offered in addition
The course structure spread over six terms and summer to the above list.
internship is as follows: 24 HR507 Measurement in HR/IR enterprise / societal / global level.
25 IS503 Human Resource Information
Systems
26 Elective - 1
27 Elective - 2
28 Elective - 3
Term V 29 ER503 Employee Relations & Collective
Bargaining
30 HR690 Internship with NGO
31 0B509 Management of Change
32 Elective 4
Term VI 33 HR508 International HRM & Cross
Cultural Management
34 Elective - 5
35 Elective - 6
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Academic Year PGDM (HR) COURSES STRUCTURE Electives**


IMI follows the Calendar of June to March as its academic Term No Course Course Sl. No. Code Courses
year with slight modifications as may be necessary on Code
Electives - Organizational Behavior
year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester Term I 1 OB501 Behavior in Organizations - I
1. OB601 Building & Leading Teams
are provided at the beginning of the term. 2 GM501 Business Communication Skills
2. Ob602 Leadership
3 EC503 Business Economics
Eligibility 3. Ob603 Facilitating Innovation & Creativity in
4 GM512 Ethics & Corporate Organization
The Program is targeted at individuals with high potential
Social Responsibility
for success in their chosen career. Selection is therefore 4. Ob604 Consultancy Skills
5 HR501 HR Systems & Processes
very rigorous and competitive. 5. Ob607 Organizational Design & Development
6 IS501 IT for Decision Making
Fee Structure 6. Ob609 Journey to Self
7 AC503 Management Accounting
The fee structure and payment schedule for PGDM - HR 7. Ob610 Power and Politics
Term II 8 OB502 Behavior in Organizations-II
is the same as for PGDM 2010-12 8. OB611 Psychometric Testing
9 QM502 Business Statistics
Electives - Human Resource
Academic Qualification 10 FN503 Corporate Finance
9. HR601 Managerial Compensation
A Bachelor's degree or equivalent with a minimum of 50% 11 HR502 Human Resource Planning
aggregate marks in any discipline under 10 + 2+ 3 10. HR602 Career Management
12 HR504 Learning & Development
system from a recognized University. A Bachelor's degree 11. HR603 HR Issues in Supply Chain
13 OB507 Personal Growth Lab Summer Internship : On completion of year one,
or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate Management
14 HR503 Recruitment Process students gain hands-on experience in the application of
must entail a minimum of three years of education after 12. HR604 Improving Workforce Practices using
Term III 15 HR506 Compensation & Reward core concepts and functional skills. This practice of
completing higher secondary schooling (10+2) or PCMM
Management 'Learning by Doing' helps the student relate to the rigors of
equivalent. Candidates appearing in the final year of 13. HR608 HR and Outsourcing
16 OB508 Competency Management & theory in the world of business. Participants work on
their bachelor's degree are also eligible, provided they 14. HR609 Role of HR in Mergers and Acquisition
Assessment Centers projects as per the specification of the company. At the
complete all formalities of their examination before June end of eight to ten weeks of such a closely guided project Electives - Employee Relations
17 ER501 Legal Framework of
30, 2010 and furnish the proof of having met the under the supervision of the company executive, the 15. ER601 Business Negotiation Skills
Employment -I
minimum eligibility criteria by September 30, 2010. participant submits a report to the company. The 16. ER602 Safety, Health & Environment
18 MK503 Marketing Management
Program Structure and Curriculum concerned company executive normally provides Electives -QT & Operations Management
19 OM501 Operations Management
The curriculum is designed with a holistic approach to feedback to the Program Director on the student 17. QM603 Psychometric testing
20 HR505 Performance Management
human resource management. The course comprises Systems performance. Summer internship is an essential 18. OM 607 HR Issues in Supply Chain
105 credits distributed among several compulsory and requirement for the award of the IMI Diploma. Management
21 QM503 Research Methods for
elective courses. Since the emphasis is to provide Management Internship with an NGO : Two to three weeks of * IMI reserves the right to change the course structure.
specialization in HRM, the effort has been to provide a Term IV 22 ST509 Strategic Management internship with a civil society institution forms part of the ** This list is only indicative. Actual offering will depend upon
balanced package based on industry requirements. 23 ER502 Legal Framework of curriculum with a view to sensitizing the students with the the size of the group expressing interest in the elective. If
Employment-II emerging socioeconomic and ecological concerns at considered necessary, new electives may be offered in addition
The course structure spread over six terms and summer to the above list.
internship is as follows: 24 HR507 Measurement in HR/IR enterprise / societal / global level.
25 IS503 Human Resource Information
Systems
26 Elective - 1
27 Elective - 2
28 Elective - 3
Term V 29 ER503 Employee Relations & Collective
Bargaining
30 HR690 Internship with NGO
31 0B509 Management of Change
32 Elective 4
Term VI 33 HR508 International HRM & Cross
Cultural Management
34 Elective - 5
35 Elective - 6
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

XXVII EXECUTIVE POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN


MANAGEMENT (EXECUTIVE PGDM 2010-2011)
Formerly Post Graduate Program in International Management (PGPIM)

The complete program will be worth 76.5 credits. Each u FN602 Financial Derivatives
Important Dates
credit corresponds to the equivalent of 10 hours of u FN603 Management of Banks
Availability of Brochure & Admission Form : September 09, 2009 classroom contact. Out of 76.5 credits, 70.5 credits will
be course work and 6 credits will be the project. The u Fn604 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Deadline for receiving applications (with GMAT/ CAT score) : January 06, 2010
academic course work ( 705 contact hours) will be spread u FN605 Management of Financial Services
Selections Process ( Test /interviews) : 30/31 January 2010
over the four terms as follows.
Classes start from : 29 March 2010 u FN606 Management of Insurance Business
Term 1:
u FN607 Financial Engineering and Risk Management
This is a 15 month program for enabling executives with Placement Assistance u EC 504 Economics for Managers (3 credits)
serious work experience to take up lateral level u FN608 Restructuring, Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances
IMI will provide assistance in lateral placement for self
management positions. This program provides general u AC 503 Management Accounting (3 credits) & Mergers (RASAM)
sponsored participants.
management and functional area skills to executives with u FN 503 Corporate Finance (3 credits) u FN609 Project and Infrastructure Finance
a variety of sectoral experiences from their previous work Program Duration
15 months starting from March 29, 2010. This will u MK 503 Marketing Management (3 credits) u FN610 Wealth Management and Alternative
experience. The program will have Indian as well as
include 12 months of full-time course work plus 3 months u OB 506 Managing People and Organizations Investments
international participants making for a cross-cultural
environment and international experience sharing. of field project work that can be conducted in the (3 credits) u FN611 Investment Banking
company the participant is employed in.
u QM 502 Business Statistics (3 credits) u FN612 Derivatives & Risk Management
Objectives
To equip seasoned executives with management skills Admission Procedure u IS 501 Information Technology for Decision Making u FN613 Banking & Insurance Services
necessary to succeed in leadership roles. Candidates will be required to take the GMAT and submit (3 credits)
these scores along with the application for admission. Information Technology
To supplement existing sectoral expertise of participants Term 2 : u IS601 Enterprise Resource Planning
Candidates short listed based on their application and
with general management and functional area GMAT scores will be called for an interview to assess u QM 503 Research Methods in Management (3 credits) u IS602 E-Business
knowledge. suitability for benefiting from the course. International u OM 501 Operations Management (3 credits ) u IS603 Database Management System
To provide a platform for developing an international students under the Government of India Scholarship
business mindset with appreciation for cross-cultural Program will be interviewed at the Indian Embassy in their u 5 elective courses (3 credits each) u IS604 Information Systems Analysis & Design
issues in a rapidly changing global economy. country. International fee paying students will have to Term 3 : u IS605 Data & Information Security
submit TOEFL scores in addition to GMAT scores.
Eligibility u HR 509 Cross Cultural Management (1.5 credits) u IS606 Software Project Management
Graduates in the 10+2+3 system in any discipline 1. Application : IMI Brochure and Application Form can
u 5 elective courses (3 credits each) u IS607 Knowledge Management
recognized by the Association of Indian Universities be acquired by one time payment of Rs. 1500/- through
following means : Term 4 : u IS608 Business Intelligence
(includes a large number of Indian as well as
international degrees) with full-time experience of around By cash payment at IMI counter u ST 506 Strategy Formulation and Implementation u Is609 Information Systems & Strategy
5 years. High proficiency in written and verbal (3 credits)
By post (enclosing demand draft drawn in favor of IMI u IS610 IT for Business Continuity Planning
communication in English. u EC 601 International Business and Economic
payable at Delhi)
u IS611 Decision Support Systems
Participant's Profile Environment (3 credits)
On-line application can be accessed through
Executives around 5 years or more of full-time post u IS612 Managing IT Infrastructure
www.imi.edu. (need to make a payment by credit card) u OB 602 Leadership and Change (3 credits)
graduation work experience who have the potential to be u IS613 Information System Management
after September 09, 2009 till January 06, 2009 . u 1 elective course (3 credits) or International Study Tour
leaders and shapers of their companies in the
international business arena. Participants can belong to Program Structure and Curriculum Term 5 : Marketing
the following categories: The program is built around 12 months of course work u ( 6 Credits ) u Mk601 Consumer Behavior
Self sponsored executives who finance their participation and a 3 month field -project at the end of the course work.
u PR 690 Project u MK602 Marketing Research
in the program. The project will be conducted at the place of employment
of the participant where they will be working after Electives u MK603 Distribution Management
Company sponsored executives who would return to their
companies after the program. completing their 12 months of course work. The project The following is an indicative list of electives that may be u MK604 Product Management
Owner managers who take time off from their businesses will be jointly guided by an IMI faculty and a project offered under different areas. The actual electives offered u MK605 International Marketing
and would return to their businesses after the program. supervisor from the employer organization. would be dependent on satisfying minimum registration
requirements for each elective. u MK606 Business Forecasting
International professionals from countries with whom the Program Content*
Government of India runs scholarship programs as well The program is designed for delivery in 4 terms of course u MK607 Business 2 Business Marketing
Finance
as fee paying students who would return to their country work followed by a project. The 4 terms will span about 12 u FN601 International Finance u MK608 Sales & Distribution Management
after the program. months and the project will be completed over 3 months.
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

XXVII EXECUTIVE POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN


MANAGEMENT (EXECUTIVE PGDM 2010-2011)
Formerly Post Graduate Program in International Management (PGPIM)

The complete program will be worth 76.5 credits. Each u FN602 Financial Derivatives
Important Dates
credit corresponds to the equivalent of 10 hours of u FN603 Management of Banks
Availability of Brochure & Admission Form : September 09, 2009 classroom contact. Out of 76.5 credits, 70.5 credits will
be course work and 6 credits will be the project. The u Fn604 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Deadline for receiving applications (with GMAT/ CAT score) : January 06, 2010
academic course work ( 705 contact hours) will be spread u FN605 Management of Financial Services
Selections Process ( Test /interviews) : 30/31 January 2010
over the four terms as follows.
Classes start from : 29 March 2010 u FN606 Management of Insurance Business
Term 1:
u FN607 Financial Engineering and Risk Management
This is a 15 month program for enabling executives with Placement Assistance u EC 504 Economics for Managers (3 credits)
serious work experience to take up lateral level u FN608 Restructuring, Acquisitions, Strategic Alliances
IMI will provide assistance in lateral placement for self
management positions. This program provides general u AC 503 Management Accounting (3 credits) & Mergers (RASAM)
sponsored participants.
management and functional area skills to executives with u FN 503 Corporate Finance (3 credits) u FN609 Project and Infrastructure Finance
a variety of sectoral experiences from their previous work Program Duration
15 months starting from March 29, 2010. This will u MK 503 Marketing Management (3 credits) u FN610 Wealth Management and Alternative
experience. The program will have Indian as well as
include 12 months of full-time course work plus 3 months u OB 506 Managing People and Organizations Investments
international participants making for a cross-cultural
environment and international experience sharing. of field project work that can be conducted in the (3 credits) u FN611 Investment Banking
company the participant is employed in.
u QM 502 Business Statistics (3 credits) u FN612 Derivatives & Risk Management
Objectives
To equip seasoned executives with management skills Admission Procedure u IS 501 Information Technology for Decision Making u FN613 Banking & Insurance Services
necessary to succeed in leadership roles. Candidates will be required to take the GMAT and submit (3 credits)
these scores along with the application for admission. Information Technology
To supplement existing sectoral expertise of participants Term 2 : u IS601 Enterprise Resource Planning
Candidates short listed based on their application and
with general management and functional area GMAT scores will be called for an interview to assess u QM 503 Research Methods in Management (3 credits) u IS602 E-Business
knowledge. suitability for benefiting from the course. International u OM 501 Operations Management (3 credits ) u IS603 Database Management System
To provide a platform for developing an international students under the Government of India Scholarship
business mindset with appreciation for cross-cultural Program will be interviewed at the Indian Embassy in their u 5 elective courses (3 credits each) u IS604 Information Systems Analysis & Design
issues in a rapidly changing global economy. country. International fee paying students will have to Term 3 : u IS605 Data & Information Security
submit TOEFL scores in addition to GMAT scores.
Eligibility u HR 509 Cross Cultural Management (1.5 credits) u IS606 Software Project Management
Graduates in the 10+2+3 system in any discipline 1. Application : IMI Brochure and Application Form can
u 5 elective courses (3 credits each) u IS607 Knowledge Management
recognized by the Association of Indian Universities be acquired by one time payment of Rs. 1500/- through
following means : Term 4 : u IS608 Business Intelligence
(includes a large number of Indian as well as
international degrees) with full-time experience of around By cash payment at IMI counter u ST 506 Strategy Formulation and Implementation u Is609 Information Systems & Strategy
5 years. High proficiency in written and verbal (3 credits)
By post (enclosing demand draft drawn in favor of IMI u IS610 IT for Business Continuity Planning
communication in English. u EC 601 International Business and Economic
payable at Delhi)
u IS611 Decision Support Systems
Participant's Profile Environment (3 credits)
On-line application can be accessed through
Executives around 5 years or more of full-time post u IS612 Managing IT Infrastructure
www.imi.edu. (need to make a payment by credit card) u OB 602 Leadership and Change (3 credits)
graduation work experience who have the potential to be u IS613 Information System Management
after September 09, 2009 till January 06, 2009 . u 1 elective course (3 credits) or International Study Tour
leaders and shapers of their companies in the
international business arena. Participants can belong to Program Structure and Curriculum Term 5 : Marketing
the following categories: The program is built around 12 months of course work u ( 6 Credits ) u Mk601 Consumer Behavior
Self sponsored executives who finance their participation and a 3 month field -project at the end of the course work.
u PR 690 Project u MK602 Marketing Research
in the program. The project will be conducted at the place of employment
of the participant where they will be working after Electives u MK603 Distribution Management
Company sponsored executives who would return to their
companies after the program. completing their 12 months of course work. The project The following is an indicative list of electives that may be u MK604 Product Management
Owner managers who take time off from their businesses will be jointly guided by an IMI faculty and a project offered under different areas. The actual electives offered u MK605 International Marketing
and would return to their businesses after the program. supervisor from the employer organization. would be dependent on satisfying minimum registration
requirements for each elective. u MK606 Business Forecasting
International professionals from countries with whom the Program Content*
Government of India runs scholarship programs as well The program is designed for delivery in 4 terms of course u MK607 Business 2 Business Marketing
Finance
as fee paying students who would return to their country work followed by a project. The 4 terms will span about 12 u FN601 International Finance u MK608 Sales & Distribution Management
after the program. months and the project will be completed over 3 months.
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

XXV POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT


(PGDM 2010-2013)
(Three year Part time Post Graduate Program)

u MK609 Sales Management u OM 605 Applications of Operational Research Important Dates for PGDM Program
u MK610 Brand Management u OM 606 Project Management
Sale of application forms begins : March 2, 2010
u MK611 Retail Marketing u OM607 HR Issues in Supply chain mgmt.
Last date of sale of application forms : April 28, 2010
u OM 608 Operations Strategy
u MK612 Integrated Marketing Communication Deadline for receipt of completed application forms : May 5, 2010
u OM 609 Manufacturing Planning & Control
u MK613 Marketing of Services Date for Admission Test : May 10, 2010
Economics, Policy & Strategic Management
u MK614 Advertising Management
u EC601 International Business and Economic
u MK615 Customer Relationship Management The Program
Environment
u MK616 Strategic Marketing Keeping in view the commitment of IMI to promote post-
u GM602 Entrepreneurship
experience management education in the country, the
u MK617 Rural Marketing u GM603 Corporate Social Responsibility
three-year part-time Post-Graduate Diploma in
u MK618 Product & Brand Management u ST604 Intrapreneurship, Corporate Venturing, Management (PGDM) was started by the Institute in July
Entrepreneurship & Incubators 1986. This program is recognized by Ministry of Human
QT & Operations Management
*IMI reserves the right to revise the course structure. Resources, Government of India, and approved by the All
u QM 601 Business Forecasting India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
Award of Degree
u QM 602 Financial Econometrics An Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Management The program is designed to impart knowledge and skills
u QM603 Psychometric testing (Executive PGDM) will be awarded to participants on the in the basic and functional areas of management. It is
successful completion of the course work and project. meant for young individuals who are working as middle /
u OM 601 Logistics & Supply Chain Management
junior level executives / officers in public or private sector
OM 602 Total Quality Management Mode of Payment
u organizations, but have not had an opportunity to acquire
All the payments have to be made on or before the date
u OM 603 Six Sigma formal management education. Being a part-time
mentioned. The fee should be paid by demand draft or
(evening) program, it is open to those working in and
u OM 604 Strategic Mgmt of Innovation & Technology pay order drawn in favor of International Management
around Delhi.
Institute and payable at New Delhi.
Objectives
Fee Structure (Executive PGDM)
To impart theoretical knowledge in all the basic and
Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in Rupees) Amount due on functional areas of management In the second half of the program, participants pursue
2009-2010 1 Rs. 2,40,000*/- Within two weeks of admission offer to develop analytical, problem solving and decision their special interests in greater depth by taking a number
making capabilities among the participants by exposing of courses from the list of electives. In the second year
2 Rs. 1,75,000/- 19-07-2010
them to the use of various management tools and the participants are required to take a course of
3.International Rs.3,00,000 Within two weeks of admission offer independent study equivalent to 2 credits that will require
techniques
Study Tour them to write a case/case-study in any functional area of
to stimulate understanding of the real business world
Rs. 1,00,000/- 11-10-2010 management on the company in which they are
through emphasis on cases that simulate real-life
Hostel Fee Rs. 60,000/- Within two weeks of working. The case has to be written under the
situations to inculcate values and attitudes which
(lodging only) Hostel accommodation offer supervision of a faculty guide from the institute. This
contribute for social awareness and responsibility.
requirement has to be completed by the end of the second
Books Rs. 20,000/- To be paid along with 1st Installment
The curriculum is designed to prepare managers for year of the program. Those participants, who do not get
Computer fee Rs. 20,000/- successful careers in a wide variety of business and permission from the respective organization for working
* Includes a refundable security deposit of Rs. 15,000/ governmental organizations. The three-year evening on their case/case-study can opt for two extra elective
program is divided into nine terms. During the first half of courses in lieu of the case/case- study requirement.
Fee Structure (NRI Candidates)
the program, the participants are required to take a During the summer vacation, between the second and the
Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in US $) Amount due on number of compulsory courses in the following areas : third year, participants are required to undertake the
2009-2010 1 US $ 10,000*+/- Within two weeks of admission offer field project work.
i) basic areas (economics, organizational behavior)
2 US $ 6,500/- 19-07-2010 ii) techniques (statistics, research methods, IT Academic Year
3 US $ 6,500/- 11-10-2010 applications) IMI follows the Calendar of July to April as its academic
* Inclusive of Books. iii) functional areas (marketing, finance, personnel and year with slight modifications as may be necessary on
+ Includes a refundable security deposit US $ 1000/- operations) ; and year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester
Kindly note that tuition includes: Alumni Membership & Placement Assistance Expenses. iv) integrative areas (business policy, international are provided at the beginning of the term.
management).
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

XXV POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT


(PGDM 2010-2013)
(Three year Part time Post Graduate Program)

u MK609 Sales Management u OM 605 Applications of Operational Research Important Dates for PGDM Program
u MK610 Brand Management u OM 606 Project Management
Sale of application forms begins : March 2, 2010
u MK611 Retail Marketing u OM607 HR Issues in Supply chain mgmt.
Last date of sale of application forms : April 28, 2010
u OM 608 Operations Strategy
u MK612 Integrated Marketing Communication Deadline for receipt of completed application forms : May 5, 2010
u OM 609 Manufacturing Planning & Control
u MK613 Marketing of Services Date for Admission Test : May 10, 2010
Economics, Policy & Strategic Management
u MK614 Advertising Management
u EC601 International Business and Economic
u MK615 Customer Relationship Management The Program
Environment
u MK616 Strategic Marketing Keeping in view the commitment of IMI to promote post-
u GM602 Entrepreneurship
experience management education in the country, the
u MK617 Rural Marketing u GM603 Corporate Social Responsibility
three-year part-time Post-Graduate Diploma in
u MK618 Product & Brand Management u ST604 Intrapreneurship, Corporate Venturing, Management (PGDM) was started by the Institute in July
Entrepreneurship & Incubators 1986. This program is recognized by Ministry of Human
QT & Operations Management
*IMI reserves the right to revise the course structure. Resources, Government of India, and approved by the All
u QM 601 Business Forecasting India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
Award of Degree
u QM 602 Financial Econometrics An Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Management The program is designed to impart knowledge and skills
u QM603 Psychometric testing (Executive PGDM) will be awarded to participants on the in the basic and functional areas of management. It is
successful completion of the course work and project. meant for young individuals who are working as middle /
u OM 601 Logistics & Supply Chain Management
junior level executives / officers in public or private sector
OM 602 Total Quality Management Mode of Payment
u organizations, but have not had an opportunity to acquire
All the payments have to be made on or before the date
u OM 603 Six Sigma formal management education. Being a part-time
mentioned. The fee should be paid by demand draft or
(evening) program, it is open to those working in and
u OM 604 Strategic Mgmt of Innovation & Technology pay order drawn in favor of International Management
around Delhi.
Institute and payable at New Delhi.
Objectives
Fee Structure (Executive PGDM)
To impart theoretical knowledge in all the basic and
Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in Rupees) Amount due on functional areas of management In the second half of the program, participants pursue
2009-2010 1 Rs. 2,40,000*/- Within two weeks of admission offer to develop analytical, problem solving and decision their special interests in greater depth by taking a number
making capabilities among the participants by exposing of courses from the list of electives. In the second year
2 Rs. 1,75,000/- 19-07-2010
them to the use of various management tools and the participants are required to take a course of
3.International Rs.3,00,000 Within two weeks of admission offer independent study equivalent to 2 credits that will require
techniques
Study Tour them to write a case/case-study in any functional area of
to stimulate understanding of the real business world
Rs. 1,00,000/- 11-10-2010 management on the company in which they are
through emphasis on cases that simulate real-life
Hostel Fee Rs. 60,000/- Within two weeks of working. The case has to be written under the
situations to inculcate values and attitudes which
(lodging only) Hostel accommodation offer supervision of a faculty guide from the institute. This
contribute for social awareness and responsibility.
requirement has to be completed by the end of the second
Books Rs. 20,000/- To be paid along with 1st Installment
The curriculum is designed to prepare managers for year of the program. Those participants, who do not get
Computer fee Rs. 20,000/- successful careers in a wide variety of business and permission from the respective organization for working
* Includes a refundable security deposit of Rs. 15,000/ governmental organizations. The three-year evening on their case/case-study can opt for two extra elective
program is divided into nine terms. During the first half of courses in lieu of the case/case- study requirement.
Fee Structure (NRI Candidates)
the program, the participants are required to take a During the summer vacation, between the second and the
Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in US $) Amount due on number of compulsory courses in the following areas : third year, participants are required to undertake the
2009-2010 1 US $ 10,000*+/- Within two weeks of admission offer field project work.
i) basic areas (economics, organizational behavior)
2 US $ 6,500/- 19-07-2010 ii) techniques (statistics, research methods, IT Academic Year
3 US $ 6,500/- 11-10-2010 applications) IMI follows the Calendar of July to April as its academic
* Inclusive of Books. iii) functional areas (marketing, finance, personnel and year with slight modifications as may be necessary on
+ Includes a refundable security deposit US $ 1000/- operations) ; and year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester
Kindly note that tuition includes: Alumni Membership & Placement Assistance Expenses. iv) integrative areas (business policy, international are provided at the beginning of the term.
management).
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Eligibility for Admission Term VI 698 Field Project -topic submission Operations, Information and Quantitative
Admission is open to executives/officers located in and 16 ST 508 Strategy Implementation Management
around Delhi and working in any of the following: Elective-1** u IS 611 Decision Support Systems
business, industry or commerce Elective-2
u OM 605 Applications of Operation Research
manufacturing or service CONSOLDATION YEAR
u OM 606 Project Management
698 Field project- proposal
government departments /defense services
submission u OM 601 Logistics and Supply Management
banks and financial institutions Term VII Elective-3
u OM 602 Total Quality Management
Eligible candidates must fulfill the following Elective-4
Elective-5 u IS 603 Database Management Systems
requirements:
698 Field project- First review u IS 607 Knowledge Management
Bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognized Term VIII(summer term II)
Indian (10+2+3 system) or foreign university. u QM 602 Financial Econometrics
Elective-6
Have a minimum of 2 years post-degree full-time Elective -7 u QM 601 Business Forecasting General Management, Economics, Policy &
experience at executive level. Elective-8 u OM604 Innovation and Technology Management
Strategic Management
698 Field project- second review ST 604 Intrapreneurship, Corporate Venturing,
Owners and managers of small & medium- sized Finance
Term IX Entrepreneurship and Incubators
enterprises who are desirous of acquiring formal
Elective 9 u AC 602 Corporate Tax Planning
management education may also apply. ST 512 International Business
Elective-10
u FN 604 Security Analysis and Po r t f o l i o
Course Structure Elective -11 * IMI reserves the right to change the course structure.
Management
698 FIELD PROJECT- Final submission **This list is only indicative. Actual offering will depend
PGDM (PART TIME) COURSES STRUCTURE u AC 601 Financial Control and Cost Management
total credits upon the size of the group expressing interest in the
Term No Course Course FN 602 Financial Derivatives
u elective. If considered necessary, new electives may be
Code Electives**
u FN 601 International Finance offered in addition to the above list.
FOUNDATION YEAR Organizational Behavior & Human Resource
u FN 609 Project and Infrastructure Financing Mode of Payment
Term I 1 EC 501Managerial Economics Management All the payments have to be made on or before the date
2 OB 505Dynamics of Human Behavior u FN 603 Management of Banks
u GM501 Human Resource Systems and Processes mentioned. The fee should be paid by demand draft or
3 IS 501Information Technology for u FN 608 Restructuring, Acquisitions, Strategic pay order drawn in favor of International Management
decision making u OB 606 Business Negotiation Skills
Alliances & Mergers Institute and payable at New Delhi.
Term II 4 GM 501 Business Communication skills u OB 607 Organization Design & Development
5 MK 503 Marketing Management
6 QM 501 Quantitative Methods for u ER 503 Employee Relations & Collective
Bargaining
Fee Structure
managerial decisions
Term III 7 AC 503 Management Accounting u HR 607 Training and Development Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in Rupees) Amount due on
8 QM 502 Business Statistics 2010-2011 1 Rs. 75,000/-* Within two weeks of admission offer
u HR 605 Compensation Management & Reward
9 HR 501 Human Resource Systems and
System 1st year
Business
Books To be paid along with 1st, 3rd
INTEGRATION YEAR Marketing
Rs. 12,000 (per annum) and 5th Installments
Term IV (summer term) u MK614 Advertising Management Rs. 60,000
10 FN 503 Corporate Finance u MK 601 Consumer Behavior 2 30-09-2010
11 OM 501 Operation Management
u MK 602 Marketing Research 2011-2012 3 Rs. 60,000 30-06-2011
12 QM 503 Research Methods for
Management u MK613 Marketing of Services 2nd year
Term V 13 ST 507 Strategy Formulation u MK 607 Business to Business Marketing 4 Rs. 60,000 29-09-2011
14 GM 512 Ethics and Corporate Social u MK 608 Sales and Distribution Management 2012-2013 5 Rs. 60,000 29-06-2012
Responsibility u MK 616 Strategic Marketing * Includes a refundable security deposit of Rs. 15,000/
15 EC 502 Macro-Economic Theory and 3rd year 6 Rs. 60,000 28-09-2012
u MK 611 Retail Marketing
Policy * Includes a refundable security deposit of Rs. 15,000/-
u MK615 Customer Relationship Management Kindly note that tuition includes Alumni Membership
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Eligibility for Admission Term VI 698 Field Project -topic submission Operations, Information and Quantitative
Admission is open to executives/officers located in and 16 ST 508 Strategy Implementation Management
around Delhi and working in any of the following: Elective-1** u IS 611 Decision Support Systems
business, industry or commerce Elective-2
u OM 605 Applications of Operation Research
manufacturing or service CONSOLDATION YEAR
u OM 606 Project Management
698 Field project- proposal
government departments /defense services
submission u OM 601 Logistics and Supply Management
banks and financial institutions Term VII Elective-3
u OM 602 Total Quality Management
Eligible candidates must fulfill the following Elective-4
Elective-5 u IS 603 Database Management Systems
requirements:
698 Field project- First review u IS 607 Knowledge Management
Bachelor's degree or equivalent from a recognized Term VIII(summer term II)
Indian (10+2+3 system) or foreign university. u QM 602 Financial Econometrics
Elective-6
Have a minimum of 2 years post-degree full-time Elective -7 u QM 601 Business Forecasting General Management, Economics, Policy &
experience at executive level. Elective-8 u OM604 Innovation and Technology Management
Strategic Management
698 Field project- second review ST 604 Intrapreneurship, Corporate Venturing,
Owners and managers of small & medium- sized Finance
Term IX Entrepreneurship and Incubators
enterprises who are desirous of acquiring formal
Elective 9 u AC 602 Corporate Tax Planning
management education may also apply. ST 512 International Business
Elective-10
u FN 604 Security Analysis and Po r t f o l i o
Course Structure Elective -11 * IMI reserves the right to change the course structure.
Management
698 FIELD PROJECT- Final submission **This list is only indicative. Actual offering will depend
PGDM (PART TIME) COURSES STRUCTURE u AC 601 Financial Control and Cost Management
total credits upon the size of the group expressing interest in the
Term No Course Course FN 602 Financial Derivatives
u elective. If considered necessary, new electives may be
Code Electives**
u FN 601 International Finance offered in addition to the above list.
FOUNDATION YEAR Organizational Behavior & Human Resource
u FN 609 Project and Infrastructure Financing Mode of Payment
Term I 1 EC 501Managerial Economics Management All the payments have to be made on or before the date
2 OB 505Dynamics of Human Behavior u FN 603 Management of Banks
u GM501 Human Resource Systems and Processes mentioned. The fee should be paid by demand draft or
3 IS 501Information Technology for u FN 608 Restructuring, Acquisitions, Strategic pay order drawn in favor of International Management
decision making u OB 606 Business Negotiation Skills
Alliances & Mergers Institute and payable at New Delhi.
Term II 4 GM 501 Business Communication skills u OB 607 Organization Design & Development
5 MK 503 Marketing Management
6 QM 501 Quantitative Methods for u ER 503 Employee Relations & Collective
Bargaining
Fee Structure
managerial decisions
Term III 7 AC 503 Management Accounting u HR 607 Training and Development Academic Year Installment No. Amount (in Rupees) Amount due on
8 QM 502 Business Statistics 2010-2011 1 Rs. 75,000/-* Within two weeks of admission offer
u HR 605 Compensation Management & Reward
9 HR 501 Human Resource Systems and
System 1st year
Business
Books To be paid along with 1st, 3rd
INTEGRATION YEAR Marketing
Rs. 12,000 (per annum) and 5th Installments
Term IV (summer term) u MK614 Advertising Management Rs. 60,000
10 FN 503 Corporate Finance u MK 601 Consumer Behavior 2 30-09-2010
11 OM 501 Operation Management
u MK 602 Marketing Research 2011-2012 3 Rs. 60,000 30-06-2011
12 QM 503 Research Methods for
Management u MK613 Marketing of Services 2nd year
Term V 13 ST 507 Strategy Formulation u MK 607 Business to Business Marketing 4 Rs. 60,000 29-09-2011
14 GM 512 Ethics and Corporate Social u MK 608 Sales and Distribution Management 2012-2013 5 Rs. 60,000 29-06-2012
Responsibility u MK 616 Strategic Marketing * Includes a refundable security deposit of Rs. 15,000/
15 EC 502 Macro-Economic Theory and 3rd year 6 Rs. 60,000 28-09-2012
u MK 611 Retail Marketing
Policy * Includes a refundable security deposit of Rs. 15,000/-
u MK615 Customer Relationship Management Kindly note that tuition includes Alumni Membership
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

SELECT LIST OF RECRUITERS

u ABP Pvt. Ltd. u Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd u Infosys BPO Ltd. u Principal Pnb Asset Management Company Pvt. Ltd.
u Aditya Birla Group u Eicher Consultancy Services Ltd u Infosys Technologies Ltd u Progeon Ltd
u Ambujex Technologies Pvt. Ltd. u Eicher Motors Ltd. u Infrastructure Development Finance Company Ltd u Pulsar Knowledge Centre Pvt. Ltd
u Apollo Tyres Ltd u Electrolux India Ltd. u Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited u PWC
u Arthur Andersen LLP (IL&FS) u QAI India Ltd.
u Ernst & Young Pvt. Ltd.
u Asia Pacific Capital Group u ING Vysya Bank Ltd u Quantum Market Research Pvt. Ltd.
u Escorts Ltd.
u Asian Paints Ltd. u ITC Ltd - Indian Tobacco Division u Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd.
u Evalue Serve Company Pvt. Ltd
u AT Kearney Ltd u ITC Welcomegroup u Reliance Energy
u Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce &
u Aviva Life Insurance Company India Ltd. Industry u ITC's International Business Division u Reliance Industries Ltd.
u Ballarpur Industries Ltd. u Financial Information Network & Operations Ltd. u J.K. Group of Industries u RPG Enterprises
(FINO) u J.K. Lakshmi Cement Ltd SABMiller India Limited
u Bausch & Lomb u
u GE Money u J.K. Organisation Satyam Computers Services Ltd
u Bennett, Coleman & Co Ltd. u
u Glaxo SmithKline Consumer Health Care u J.K. Paper Limited SBI Life Insurance Ltd.
u Berger Paints India Ltd (Rajdoot Division) u
u Globus Spirits Limited u Jenson & Nicholson Ltd. Shriram Honda
u Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd u
u Grindlays Bank u JP Morgan Services India Pvt. Ltd. Siemens India
u Blackstone Market Facts u
u HCL u Jumbo Electronics Co. Ltd. (L.L.C.) Dubai Smart Cube
u Blow Plast Ltd. u
u HDFC Bank Ltd u K & A Securities Pvt. Ltd. SmithKline Beecham Ltd.
u Boston Scientific International BV u
u HDFC Securities Ltd u KLG Systel Ltd. SRF Ltd
u Britannia Industries Ltd. u
u Hero Honda Motors Ltd. u Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Standard Chartered Bank
u British Oxygen Company u
u Hewitt Associates (India) Pvt. Ltd. u KPMG International Sterlite Industries India Ltd (Vedanda Group)
u Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life u
Insurance Co. Ltd. u Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. u Krishna Maruti Ltd. u Synovate India Pvt. Ltd.
u CB Richards Eills South Asia Pvt. Ltd. u Hindustan Unilever Ltd. u LMJ International u Tata AIG
u Ceat Ltd. u HSBC Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd. u Lupin Limited u Tata Consultancy Services
u Central Bank of India u HSBC Securities and Capital Markets (I) Pvt Ltd u Ma Foi Management Consultants Limited u Tata Motor Finance
u Cerebrus Consultants Pvt. Ltd u Hyundai Motor India Limited u Mahindra & Mahindra Limited u Tata Power
u Citi Bank, N.A. u ICICI Bank Ltd. u Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. u Tata Tele Services Ltd.
u Citicorp Finance (India) Ltd u ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd u Maruti Udyog Ltd. u The Adarsh Group
u Citifinancial Consumer Finance India Ltd u ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co. Ltd u McKinsey Knowledge Centre India Pvt. Ltd. u The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
u Citigroup Global Services Ltd. u IDBI Bank Ltd u Nestle India Pvt. Ltd. Limited
u Cognizant Technology Soultions India Pvt. Ltd u Idea Cellular Ltd. u Newgen Software Technologies Ltd u TNT India Pvt. Ltd.
u Copal Partners u Iffco - Tokio General Ins. Co. Ltd. u North Delhi Power Ltd. u Triveni Engineering
u Corporate Executive Board India Pvt Ltd u IMRB International u Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd u Trustline Insurance Brokers Pvt. Ltd.
u Credit Analysis & Research Ltd u India Today Group u Onida u UBS Service Centre ( India) Pvt. Ltd
Indian Airlines Ltd u Oracle India Private Ltd. u UTI AMC
u Cyber Media u
u Pepsi Foods Pvt. Ltd. Vertex
u Dabur (I) Ltd. u Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Ltd. u
u Perfetti Van Melle India Ltd.
u Darashaw & Company Pvt. Ltd. u Indian Oil Corporation. Ltd u Visa Steel Ltd.
u Philips India Ltd.
u DCM Shriram Consolidated Ltd. u Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd. u Vodafone Essar Ltd.
u Pipal Research Analytics & Information Services India
u Delton Cables Ltd. u Inductis Pvt. Ltd u Watson Wyatt
u DHL Express (India) Pvt Ltd u Industrial Finance Corporation of India u Power Finance Corporation u Xerox
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

SELECT LIST OF RECRUITERS

u ABP Pvt. Ltd. u Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd u Infosys BPO Ltd. u Principal Pnb Asset Management Company Pvt. Ltd.
u Aditya Birla Group u Eicher Consultancy Services Ltd u Infosys Technologies Ltd u Progeon Ltd
u Ambujex Technologies Pvt. Ltd. u Eicher Motors Ltd. u Infrastructure Development Finance Company Ltd u Pulsar Knowledge Centre Pvt. Ltd
u Apollo Tyres Ltd u Electrolux India Ltd. u Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited u PWC
u Arthur Andersen LLP (IL&FS) u QAI India Ltd.
u Ernst & Young Pvt. Ltd.
u Asia Pacific Capital Group u ING Vysya Bank Ltd u Quantum Market Research Pvt. Ltd.
u Escorts Ltd.
u Asian Paints Ltd. u ITC Ltd - Indian Tobacco Division u Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd.
u Evalue Serve Company Pvt. Ltd
u AT Kearney Ltd u ITC Welcomegroup u Reliance Energy
u Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce &
u Aviva Life Insurance Company India Ltd. Industry u ITC's International Business Division u Reliance Industries Ltd.
u Ballarpur Industries Ltd. u Financial Information Network & Operations Ltd. u J.K. Group of Industries u RPG Enterprises
(FINO) u J.K. Lakshmi Cement Ltd SABMiller India Limited
u Bausch & Lomb u
u GE Money u J.K. Organisation Satyam Computers Services Ltd
u Bennett, Coleman & Co Ltd. u
u Glaxo SmithKline Consumer Health Care u J.K. Paper Limited SBI Life Insurance Ltd.
u Berger Paints India Ltd (Rajdoot Division) u
u Globus Spirits Limited u Jenson & Nicholson Ltd. Shriram Honda
u Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd u
u Grindlays Bank u JP Morgan Services India Pvt. Ltd. Siemens India
u Blackstone Market Facts u
u HCL u Jumbo Electronics Co. Ltd. (L.L.C.) Dubai Smart Cube
u Blow Plast Ltd. u
u HDFC Bank Ltd u K & A Securities Pvt. Ltd. SmithKline Beecham Ltd.
u Boston Scientific International BV u
u HDFC Securities Ltd u KLG Systel Ltd. SRF Ltd
u Britannia Industries Ltd. u
u Hero Honda Motors Ltd. u Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Standard Chartered Bank
u British Oxygen Company u
u Hewitt Associates (India) Pvt. Ltd. u KPMG International Sterlite Industries India Ltd (Vedanda Group)
u Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life u
Insurance Co. Ltd. u Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. u Krishna Maruti Ltd. u Synovate India Pvt. Ltd.
u CB Richards Eills South Asia Pvt. Ltd. u Hindustan Unilever Ltd. u LMJ International u Tata AIG
u Ceat Ltd. u HSBC Asset Management (India) Pvt. Ltd. u Lupin Limited u Tata Consultancy Services
u Central Bank of India u HSBC Securities and Capital Markets (I) Pvt Ltd u Ma Foi Management Consultants Limited u Tata Motor Finance
u Cerebrus Consultants Pvt. Ltd u Hyundai Motor India Limited u Mahindra & Mahindra Limited u Tata Power
u Citi Bank, N.A. u ICICI Bank Ltd. u Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. u Tata Tele Services Ltd.
u Citicorp Finance (India) Ltd u ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company Ltd u Maruti Udyog Ltd. u The Adarsh Group
u Citifinancial Consumer Finance India Ltd u ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co. Ltd u McKinsey Knowledge Centre India Pvt. Ltd. u The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
u Citigroup Global Services Ltd. u IDBI Bank Ltd u Nestle India Pvt. Ltd. Limited
u Cognizant Technology Soultions India Pvt. Ltd u Idea Cellular Ltd. u Newgen Software Technologies Ltd u TNT India Pvt. Ltd.
u Copal Partners u Iffco - Tokio General Ins. Co. Ltd. u North Delhi Power Ltd. u Triveni Engineering
u Corporate Executive Board India Pvt Ltd u IMRB International u Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd u Trustline Insurance Brokers Pvt. Ltd.
u Credit Analysis & Research Ltd u India Today Group u Onida u UBS Service Centre ( India) Pvt. Ltd
Indian Airlines Ltd u Oracle India Private Ltd. u UTI AMC
u Cyber Media u
u Pepsi Foods Pvt. Ltd. Vertex
u Dabur (I) Ltd. u Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Ltd. u
u Perfetti Van Melle India Ltd.
u Darashaw & Company Pvt. Ltd. u Indian Oil Corporation. Ltd u Visa Steel Ltd.
u Philips India Ltd.
u DCM Shriram Consolidated Ltd. u Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd. u Vodafone Essar Ltd.
u Pipal Research Analytics & Information Services India
u Delton Cables Ltd. u Inductis Pvt. Ltd u Watson Wyatt
u DHL Express (India) Pvt Ltd u Industrial Finance Corporation of India u Power Finance Corporation u Xerox
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ADMISSIONS 2010 ADMISSIONS 2010

Batch Profile
PGDM - HR 2008-2010

Educational Background - PGDM HR 2008-2010 Work Experience - PGDM HR 2008-2010

Science Others
Medicine 5% Greater than 35
7%
2% Months
Commerce 24 - 35 Months 3%
17% 17%

Fresher
Engineering
48%
Arts 59%
10%
12 - 23 Months
20%
Below 12 Months
12%

Batch Profile
PGDM 2008-2010

Educational Background - PGDM 2008-10 PGDM 2007-09 Sector Wise Break Up

Automobile
Telecom Pharma BFI
Science Others 1%
Arts 4%
7%
8% 1% Oil & Gas
2%
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23% FMCG its students, empowering them to gain leverage in the future.
24% Engineering Consulting Insurance
2%
60% 2% IT
IT Consume Durables ITES
13% FMCG 6% Market Research
9%
Export House Oil & Gas
Insurance
2% Energy Little or no work experience Significant work experience
14% Steel
6%
Telecom
Pharma

PGDM 2008-2010 Work Experience PGDM-HR 2007-09 Sector Wise Break Up

Greater than
35 months
8%

Consultancy Automobile
Manufacturing 18% Automobile
Freshers 4%
24-35 Months 17%
19%
37% BFI
FMCG Consumer Durable
4% Education
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