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JIM - I PGDM

Prospectus 2010-12 A Unique Curriculum with special focus on Digital based Business Models & Management Practices An Edge over other Business Schools

JIM-I's Path Breaking initiative

Transforming and Leading Management Education and Careers in Digital Age


JIM - Indore Jaipuria Institute of Management (JIM) group has established its fourth campus in the city of Indore to bring in a contemporary perspective in business and management education. A review of global management education indicates a growing & compelling need for managers capable of using digital technology across different sectors of industry as digitisation of business and management practices is the only way to gain competitive advantages in a knowledge driven economy. Most B- Schools are imparting digital education under the IT and systems courses at the technical level but without the management perspective. Therefore, there is a dire need for a curriculum that integrates digital practices, dynamics in virtual space, issues, and digital based business models into foundation and perspective building courses in management education. JIM-I develops a unique curriculum considering the current context of business and industry as per the following perspectives:

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The universe of digital world is growing bigger and more powerful. It is influencing the lives of people globally across all social and economic backgrounds educated and illiterate, rich and poor, urban and rural.

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No industry, government or community can ensure services s p e e d i l y, economically convenient to consumers without shifting their strategies, policies and operations to digital space.

Perspectives on Contemporary Management Education

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Organisations across the world have grown multi-fold and gained advantages of speed, cost reduction, outsourcing, mass customisation, and consumer centric practices by innovating through co-creation and efficient business operations across the globe.

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Demographics have been changing at a much faster rate than ever before. More and more consumers are entering into the NET Generation and are more comfortable with technology. They seek special focus for services on the ‘e’ platform.

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Today all organizations want to switch over fully or partially to ‘e’-marketing, ‘e’-HR, ‘e’-finance, ‘e’ services, ‘e’ commerce, ‘e’- procurement and ‘e’ supply chain management and so on.

In view of the above context, organisations need graduates with digital business management capabilities to lead their operations to ‘e’ platform and create new set of opportunities.


CONTENTS

03 About Jaipuria Institute of Management (JIM)

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23 JIM Indore Institutional Perspective & Infrastructure

Messages

36 Placements @ JIM

26 PGDM - Courses, Pedagogy & Credits

37 Alumni Network

39 Admission Details

Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore

Our Academicians

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38 Academic Honors, Recognition & Awards


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VISION To continuously upgrade and upscale the quality of our educational endeavors

MISSION To promote human well being through effective management education

VALUES Life long exclusive learning Excellence as a way of life (Empowered to Excel) Ability to bring change Responsive, responsible and respect for each other Nurture worldly mindset and talent for the new economy

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BOARD OF GOVERNORS Chairperson SHARAD JAIPURIA Chairman & Managing Director Ginni International Ltd.

Vice Chairperson ANJALI JAIPURIA Educationist

MEMBERS SUDHIR JALAN Co-Chairperson Rieter India (P) Ltd. KASHI N. MEMANI Former Chairman & Country Managing Partner Ernst & Young, India D. SWARUP Former Chairman Pension Fund Regulatory & Development Authority S.S. KOHLI Former Chairman & Managing Director India Infrastructure Finance Company Ltd.

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DR. KAMAL GUPTA Corporate Consultant Formerly Technical Director, ICAI SALIL BHANDARI Corporate Consultant & Business Advisor PROF. MANOJ KUMAR MISHRA Vice Chancellor University of Lucknow, Lucknow PROF. S. CHAKRABORTY Director Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow

RAVI JHUNJHUNWALA Chairman LNJ Bhilwara Group

DR. A.G. BALASUBRAMANIAN Director Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur

RATAN JINDAL Managing Director Jindal Strips Ltd.

DR. J.D. SINGH Director Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida

ANURAG DALMIA Vice Chairman Dalmia Bros. (P) Ltd

DR. GAUTAM RAJ JAIN Director Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore

DR. PRITAM SINGH Professor (Emeritus), MDI Gurgaon Former Director, MDI and IIM Lucknow


THE HOUSE OF JAIPURIA JIM AT A GLANCE

JIM’s Academic and Institutional Resources

Jaipuria Institute of Management is a premier management institution of the country operating for the past 15 years with campuses in multiple locations of the country, starting with Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur and now in Indore.

The family of JIM has grown to be one of the largest management schools in India with following resources at four campuses .

JIM is led by the doyens of exceptional vision who have always remained concerned about developing new generations thought leaders. Beginning with Seth Anandram Jaipuria’s pioneering initiative to set up Jaipuria College in Calcutta as far as back in 1945, the commitment of House of Jaipurias to providing super quality education has only deepened and grown since then.

» 84 full time eminent faculty members

Commitment to Education Seth Anandram Jaipuria College in Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) has the distinction of being inaugurated by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. The institute is well known not only for imparting quality education but also for effecting all round development of students. Setting up of four campuses of Jaipuria Institutes of Management took this commitment to next level. We are guided by an overarching mission to promote human well being through effective education. JIM Approach to Learning We believe in a learner-centric approach, where learning is imparted using means suited to an individual’s abilities and interests. Jaipuria believes Management is an experiential discipline and encourages “learning by doing” to help internalize and absorb various management concepts. The goal is to develop students with action oriented mindsets who can apply concepts and principles in real life situations. In other words, we don’t see ourselves as routine products of MBAs, but facilitators of imaginative managerial minds. JIM currently offers the following two years AICTE approved management programmes consisting over 150 courses across campuses: Year of Commencement

Post Graduate Programmes in

Current Intake

1995

Management

410 Seats

2007

Retail Management Services Management

60 Seats 60 Seats

2008

Financial Services Marketing

120 Seats 60 Seats

» 52 visiting faculty members from industry and other institutions » 100 administrative support staff » 200 companies recruiting its graduates » 60 CEOs and Senior Managers interact with students and deliver Leadership lectures » Over 150 MDPs offered for top and middle level managers » 15 global faculty members & student exchange programmes with institutions in UK, USA, Finland, Taiwan, Thailand and many more countries » Over 300 Research Papers published in international , and Indian Journals and also presented at various conferences around the globe, and 5 books published » Today, it is Alma matter of over 2500 alumni who are currently working in different sectors of business and industry across the country.

Current Student Intake Per Year - 710

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JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT (JIM) PROFILE, INFRASTRUCTURE AND ACADEMIC RESOURCES

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CAMPUS FACILITY JIM campuses are spread in Northern and Central part of India and are well equipped with the most technologically advanced and contemporary amenities. All the campuses have been aesthetically designed & elegantly furnished with state of the art equipment and facilities. The campus has an ambience that motivates students to grow as an enlightened human. The air conditioned academic complex consists of faculty offices, well equipped amphi- theatre, classic lecture halls, an auditorium, two floored library and three computer labs. JIM has an aesthetically built and fully furnished modern hostel facility for girls and boys within the campus.. The hostels are well furnished and supported by 24 x 7 internet facility, power backup and security besides a common room, a well equipped gym and indoor sports facilities. It has a modern cafeteria with great décor and mouth watering delicacies comprising chinese & continental, south & north Indian dishes to cater to students’ taste. Besides the Medical Facility, the first aid facilities are also available on campus along with an arrangement for a Doctor on call.

Academic and Institutional Resources of JIM JIM has large infrastructure facilities well equipped with modern amenities and sport facilities for its students. » Campuses built on over 28 Acre of land and with over 180,000 sq. ft. of built campus facility. » Academic blocks are fully airconditioned with wi-fi internet and multimedia facilities to accommodate over 2000 students and faculty members » Hostel facilities can accommodate over 750 boys and girls with modern cafeterias, recreation and sports facilities. » Library stocks a core collection of over 25000 books. These include CD ROMs, Audio-Visuals, Peer Reviewed Journals, Project and Industry Reports. » E- Library EBSCO providing 24 hours access to over 7600 periodicals, 1100 peer reviewed journals, and over 40000 text books.

JIMs’ Library Resources

» Students can access 144 monographs, 1500 country economic reports, 3100 industry reports and year books, 528 market research reports.

Library - the heart of the institute is fully automated, air-conditioned and spread over two floors. It has been categorically designed to meet the information needs of students, research fellows, and faculty and stacked with books on a wide range of management subjects. It has a beautiful reading hall, an information retrieval centre for accessing the web and an exclusive research centre for the research oriented students. Information in both paper and electronic forms is available with ease. Subsidized reprographics facility for students enables them to make the best use of the library resources.

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OUR ACADEMICIANS JIM FACULTY RESOURCES The faculty resources of JIM consist of core faculty and visiting faculty. In addition, leaders from industry are regularly invited to interact with students and deliver lectures as a part of Leadership Lecture Series

JIM Core Faculty Across four Campuses – Indore, Jaipur, Lucknow, Noida ABDUL QADIR MBA Human Resource

DR. ANKIT MEHROTRA Ph.D., M.B.A., JCP Information Technology

DR. DEEPA SETHI Ph.D. Business Communication & Literature

DR. GUNJAN MATHUR Ph.D., M.A. Human Resource & Organization Behavior

DR. KRISHNA RAINA PH.D., MBA, PGDBM Organisational Behavior, Cross- Cultural Management

MANISH YADAV PGDHR, L.L.M. Legal Aspects of Management

AMAN SRIVASTAVA M.PHIL., MBA Finance

ANURAG SINGH PGDM, MBM Finance

DR. DHEERAJ MISHRA PH.D Corporate Finance, Investment Management

HARSH MAHESHWARI MBA Finance

LALIT SHARMA MCA Information Technology

DR. MANISHA SETH Ph.D., PGDBA Human Resource Management

DR. AMIT AGARWAL PH.D., MBA Finance

ANVAY BHARGAVA MBA Finance

DURGANSH SHARMA PGDBA, MCA, Pursuing M.Tech. Information Technology

HIMANSHU MISHRA MIBA Retail Management, Brand Management & Rural Marketing

LOKESH VIJAYVARGIYA M.Tech. Operations Research & Supply Chain Management

DR. MASOOD H. SIDDIQUI Ph.D Operations Research & Statistics

DR. AMIT KUMAR MISHRA Ph.D., PGDBFMPM Accounting & Finance

ARIYA CHAKRAVARTY PGDBM Human Resource, Organization Behavior & Development

DR. GAUTAM RAJ JAIN Director, Indore, Ph.D Organization Development & Entrepreneurship

DR. H. SATHYANARAYANA SAI Ph.D., M.Sc. Information Technology

DR MAHIMA SHARMA Ph.d International Business Environment & Macro Economics

MEGHA JAIN MBA Economics & International Business

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ARUN BHATTACHARYYA PGDBM, B.E. Marketing & Entrepreneurship


DR. JAYA CHITRANSHI Ph.D, MBA, M.A. Human Resource Management

DR. SANTOSH DHAR Ph.D. Organization Behavior & Human Resource

MOID UDDIN AHMAD MFC Finance & Accounting, Investment Management

PRADEEP KAUTISH MBA Human Resource Management

ASHEESH TRIVEDI MBA Operations Management, Supply Chain Management

RITU WADHWA MBA Financial Management & Accounting

DR. J.D.SINGH Director, Noida,Ph.D. Marketing, International Marketing, Services Marketing

S.P. GARG PMA (IIMA), CAIIB Banking & Finance

MONIKA MITTAL B.E.M.E. Information System

DR. PRERNA JAIN Ph.D. Economics

ATHAR MAHMOOD S MBA Human Resource & Management

DR. RITU SINGH Ph.D. Economics

JYOTI SINGH PGDMM, MCM Information Technology

DR. SHAILESH RASTOGI Ph.D, MBA Finance

M.S. KUMAR PGM, BE, LLB Human Resource, Organization Behavior, Operations Management

DR. RANJANABH CHATTERJEE Ph.D., MBA Marketing, Sales & Distribution

DR. BANASREE DEY Ph.D., PGDAM, MBA Marketing Management

DR. ROMI SAINI Ph.D., MBA Marketing

DR. K M UPADHYAY Ph.D. Finance and Strategic Management

SHUBHA JOHRI PGDBM Marketing

NAMITA GUPTA MBA Human Resource & Organization Behavior

RASHMI CHAUDHARY MBA, CA Investment Management, Financial Accounting, Financial Management

NARENDRA SHARMA MBA Marketing

DR. S. R. MUSANNA Ph.D, MBA, LLB Business Law, Industrial Relations

DR. R.K. OJHA Ph.D. Managerial Economics & Business Environment

SWATI SONI MBA Marketing

SUSMITA PAUL PGDM, BE Operations Management & Quantitative Techniques

DR. RASHMI PANT Ph.D. Operations Research & Statistics

NIMIT GUPTA MBA, M.Phil Marketing

DR. SAIMI RIZVI Ph.D., MBA Financial Derivatives, Markets & Services, Financial Management

RINKU JOSHI M.Phil Business Communication

SANCHITA GHATAK PGDM, MCA Management Information System & Enterprise Resource Planning

DR. SWATI AGRAWAL Ph.D, MBA Human Resource & Organization Behavior

RAVI GUPTA MBA, CAIIB Banking & Finance

POOJA SINGH KUSHWAHA MCA, MCM Information Technology

S. GOSWAMI MMM International Marketing & Strategy

RITIKA GUGNANI MBA Economics & Marketing

SATYENDRA PRATAP SINGH MMS Finance & Marketing

DR. SUBHASH DATTA Director, Ph.D, Production & Operations Management

DR. REENA AGRAWAL Ph.D. Finance, Entrepreneurship

POONAM SHARMA Ph.D., MBA Marketing

SONALI SINGH M.Phil Operations Management

RINKY KHETAN PGDM Finance

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DR. SHAILJA AGARWAL Ph.D. Business Communication

USHA KANOONGO M.Phil. Business Communication

DR. REETI AGRAWAL Ph.D., PGDBA Marketing, Customer Relationship Management, Services Marketing

DR. VIKAS NATH Ph.D, MBA Quantitative Methods, Marketing & Marketing Research

DR. SUCHI PRIYA Ph.D., MBA Human Resource & Organization Behavior

DR. SUSHMA VISHNANI Ph.D., CA Financial Management & Accounting, Corporate Valuation

DR. SHALINI NATH TRIPATHI Ph.D., MBA Marketing Management & Services Marketing

VINOD KUMAR CHIB PGDBM, M.Tech, I.A., L.I.I.I. Insurance and operations Management

SHALINI SINGH MBA Marketing

VRANDA JAIN M.A. Economics & International Business

SHWETA PATHAK PGDM Finance

SHUBHAYU BASU MBA, MCA Information Management

VIBHA UPADHYAYA MBA Business Communication

VIR VED RATNA MBA Strategic Management, Marketing Communications

DR. SUMI KHARE Ph.D, M.Sc. Operations Research

VANDANA MISHRA DIM Finance & Accounting

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Visiting Faculty AKHILESH TIWARI Ph.D. , MBA Experience: 8 years

DR. DEEPALI KACKER Consultant

KANUPRIYA SEKHRI PGPM (IIMB) Experience: 4 years

NISHIKANT BOHRA MBA Experience: 23 years

RAVI HAJELA Sr. Manager Bank of Baroda

SUVENDU GHOSHAL PGDM Experience: 18 years

A.K. SETH Ph.D. Experience: 38 years

D.P. SARDA Sr. Consultant, SIDBI

MAKARAND UPADHYAYA MBA Experience: 13 years

NEERAJ GUPTA PGDM Experience: 30 years

SOURABH LODHA MBA Experience: 4 years

SHALINI VERMA Ph.D. Experience: 16 years

DR. A.K. SHARMA Ph.D., MBA Experience: 25 years

D.P. SINGH MBA, Chartered Engineer Experience: 29 years

M. ZAFAR MBA Experience: 17 years

POONAM TIWARI Chief Manager, SBI

DR. SANDHYA IYA Ph.D. Experience: 17 years

TULIKA SHUKLA Manager Axis Bank

ASHISH KUMAR SHARMA PGDRM Experience: 10 years

COL. GAUTAM BANERJEE PGCE, MIE, B.E. Experience: 33 years

MAHESH GANDHI MBA, CA Experience: 30 years

PANKAJ DESHPANDE MBA Experience: 9 years

SREENATH GANGIL Sr. Area Manager Pantaloons

TULSI JAIKUMAR MBA Experience: 17 years

DR. ANOOP GOYAL Ph.D., MBA Experience: 20 years

GHUNGHROO TANDON Entrepreneur

MANPREET SINGH MULTANI MBA Experience: 5 years

PRASHANT SIPANI MBA, A.C.A., A.C.S. Experience: 12 years

S.K. MUKHERJEE M.Sc. (Maths) Experience: 40 years

V.K. WADHWA MBA, CS, AICWA Experience: 22 years

CHANDRASHEKHAR VERMA Consultant (Retailing Operations)

HARISH C. JAIN B.Tech. Experience: 35 years

MIRZA S. SAIYADAIN Ph.D Experience: 37 years

POOJA PARNAMI MCA Experience: 11 years

S.K. TUTEJA Ph.D Experience: 36 years

VIDUSHI SHARMA Ph.D, PGDBA Experience: 8 years

D.B. PRASAD DGM, SBI

DR.H .C. CHOPRA MBA Experience: 29 years

NAVEEN GAMBHIR MBA, CCEM Experience: 22 years

RISHI MEHRA MBA, CFA Experience: 10 years

SAAD KHAN MBA Experience: 10 years

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JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, INDORE A COMPLETE RESIDENTIAL B-SCHOOL

Empowered by it’s

Academic Council… A. G. BALASUBRAMANIAN, Fellow (IIMA) DirectorJaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur (JIM - J) MATHEW MANIMALA, Fellow (IIMA) Professor Indian Institute of Management, Banglore (IIMB), Banglore

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AMARLAL H KALRO, Ph.D. Former Director of IIMK and Dean IIMA Provost, Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad

PRADEEP KRISHNATRAY, Ph.D. Professor and Dean (MICA-MICORE) Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) Ahmedabad GAUTAM RAJ JAIN, Ph.D. Director, Formerly, Senior Professor (MICA) Jaipuria Instiute of Management, Indore (JIM - I) PRITAM SINGH, Ph.D. Professor (Emeritus), Formerly Executive Director, Management Development Institute (MDI), Gurgaon JAY RUPAREL, PGPDM (IIMB) Executive Director & Chief Operations Officer Azure Knowledge Center, Ahmedabad ROMI SAINY, Ph.D. PGP Chairperson Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore (JIM-I)


J D SINGH, Ph.D. Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida S Chakraborty, M. Sat. Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management Lucknow K RAMACHANDRAN, Ph.D. Professor &Thomas Schmidheiny Chair Professor of Family Business & Wealth Management Indian School of Business, ISB, Hyderabad SAURABH GUPTA, BA (hons) Founder & CEO Phonethics Mobile Media Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi KEYOOR PURANI, Ph.D. Associate Professor Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK) Kozhikode

PEEYUSH VERMA, Ph.D. Professor , National Institute of Technical Teachers’ Training & Research, Bhopal AMBRISH KELA Managing Director Scientech Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Indore MUKESH JAIN, PGDBM (IIMC) Director Equirus Capital Pvt. Ltd. UDAY DAMODARAN, Fellow (IIMB) Professor (Finance), XLRI, Jamshedpur

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INDORE CITY A National Hub for Professional Education

Indore, the 15th largest city of India is full of kaleidoscopic hues right from its historical perspective of the kingdom of Holkars up to its contemporary association with Raja Ramanna Centre of Advanced Technology. During the days of the Maratha Empire it was an important halt between the Deccan and Delhi. Cheerful hospitality, pleasant evenings being situated on the plateau of Malwa, a home to the people of all color, language and culture, colorful festive environment and being famous in the name of Detroit of India for its SEZ makes it a perfect place for setting up industries and top class educational institutions. Indore, popularly known as Mini Mumbai, is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh with a bulk of its trade coming from Large, Mid and Small scale manufacturing industries. These industries range from Automobile to Pharmaceutical and from Petroleum Refineries to Textile. Indore's major sources of income are from Textile, Education and metal works industries.

All these beget to make Indore as central India’s biggest learning and quality educational hub. To name a few of them l l l

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Indian Institute of Management, Indore (IIMI) Indian Institute of Technology, Indore (IITI) Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, (MGM) Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced TechnologyResearch center on Laser and Accelerator Technology, under the Department of Atomic Energy, GoI Touchtel -the first private landline telephone service launched in Indore Major software export units - Computer Science Corporation, Impetus Computing Systems, Suvi Information systems and Thyron

How to Reach Indore? Indore is well connected with the other bigger cities of the country via a large air, rail and road network. It has well connection with almost all the major domestic air routes. The airlines operating flights to Indore include Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, JetLite and Kingfisher Airlines. The airport provides free wireless internet connectivity using Wi-Fi. Besides, an international airport has also been proposed for consideration. Commuting facilities within the city of Indore is an easy mode with the international admiration for AICTSL transport services that has been a model for the major Indian metro cities. Far away from the bustling of metro life, calm & contented life style add to Indore as an ideal destination for any career aspirant who embarks for a pursuit of knowledge.

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The Rajwada Palace

The Usha Raje Stadium

The Daly College

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CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE Dear Students, After the success of our three campuses in Lucknow, Noida and Jaipur we are happy to announce the launch of our new campus at Indore. At Jaipuria, we are committed to continuously upgrade and upscale our education endeavors. As India walks in tandem with global partners, the need to keep up with latest management practices and technologies is imperative. In this global age, the ability to gather, sort and understand information is fast becoming the most sustainable competitive advantage for any organization. Information technology can no longer be viewed as a separate subject in management education. Rather it pervades every aspect of the organization.

SHARAD JAIPURIA Chairperson Jaipuria Institute of Management (JIM)

At Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore, we are trying to create a reorientation in management education to keep up with the changing needs of industry. Digital based business management learning is integrated into the entire learning curriculum. Our faculty and their interactive teaching methods, curriculum and infrastructure are benchmarked not only against the best B-school in India, but also cater to the digital age. At Jaipuria, we are committed and focused on creating business leaders, who are creative, critical thinkers and can respond to new situations and challenge swiftly. We invite you to be a part of our innovatively designed PGDM programme and share the Jaipuria Learning experience.

SHARAD JAIPURIA

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PGP CHAIRPERSON’S MESSAGE The Indian economy is fast changing and is poised for exciting future as we embark on a rapid economic growth over the next 20-25 years. India has become home to many multi-national brands and will need managers who can lead the country towards the path of development. And you, young minds are the fortunate ones to be in the right place at the right time. We at JIM Indore are dedicated to change, through our flagship Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM), young minds into budding managers. PGDM is a comprehensive two-year programme. In the first year you will be imparted fundamental knowledge of all the foundation courses of management including digital business management practices. In the second year you have wide range of concentrations to choose from different areas. As per your career goal you can select your courses to concentrate on functional areas such as IT, Operations, Marketing, Finance, HR, or choose to be a generalist by balancing courses across different concentrations. ROMI SAINY Chair, PGP

Our student exchange programme provides much required global exposure. We have a tie up with 5 universities across the globe from USA, UK, Finland, Taiwan and Thailand for student exchanges. At JIM-I we believe in overall personality development of our students. We organize various events and programs which allow students to showcase their talents at various platforms. The student club is a regular feature of the institute. The Institute has state of the art academic resources, technology innovation cell, and sports facilities within the campus away from the crowded atmosphere of the city. If you want to be part of this exhilarating voyage of transformation by making a significant contribution in the field of digital management, you are welcome to the Post Graduate Diploma in Management at JIM-I.

ROMI SAINY

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DIRECTOR’SMESSAGE JIM-Indore offers PGDM with a fresh perspective in management education relevant to the digital work environment in its newly constructed campus situated in the picturesque location near Indore, fully equipped with modern amenities and digital based business learning framework. The curriculum has been designed to groom you for the fast growing careers in organisations of new economy with digi-tech management capabilities. PGDM at JIM –I has introduced a number of pedagogical innovations to keep your educational pursuit full of challenges and excitement.

GAUTAM RAJ JAIN Director, JIM-I

Firstly, you will be able to use large number of digital resources to enrich your role as a manager. It will help you create a new set of values for organisations as well as perform your role more effectively with higher career growth opportunities. Secondly, you will be among the few to have mastered these new sets of skill to study and analyse net-savvy consumers’ mindset and identify new ways to serve customers’ unmet needs. Thirdly, you will learn concepts and strategies most sought by corporate in a consumer centric paradigm such as the process of co-creation leading to new product development, developing new outsourcing opportunities and other new business formats and models. These new business concepts are soon going to change the landscape of the way the businesses are being driven. As the curriculum has a special focus on business and management in digital environment, it would facilitate exposure and grooming into ‘e’ based practices such as ‘e’ consumer insights, relationship through social media interactions, ‘e’ research, ‘e’ procurement and supply chain management and value creation through ERP, marketing with ‘e’ commerce and so on. There are very few institutions that have brought such elaborate inclusion of management practices with ’e’ based practices. A number of other learning opportunities would help you transform and challenge age old assumptions about people and systems. PGDM at JIM-I provides the opportunity to work on development projects through the winter immersion and also act as a mentor to young enterprises to the next level. This learning will not only build your self confidence but also instil a sense of achievement at a much younger age. We are sure that you will find JIM –I as an institution – its culture and educational values and new pedagogical tools fulfilling your dream and meeting your aspirations and enriched with new ideas in digital economy. This will certainly provide you an edge over other Bschools. We are committed to select the best talent of the country with diverse educational and cultural background. If you could make it to JIM–I, for the Academic year 2010-12, we are committed to provide you with a memorable experience and education.

GAUTAM RAJ JAIN

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ACADEMIC CORE TEAM AMIT ANAND NEEMA

GAUTAM RAJ JAIN

M. Tech. (IIT Kanpur), PGDM (ICFAI, India)

Ph. D. (JNV, University, India)

Chairperson - MDPs, Operations and Innovation in Management

Director (JIM-I) Organization Behaviour, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

He possesses over 11 years of corporate experience with Mahindra & Mahindra, Mumbai and Cummins Technologies India Ltd., (Turbochargers), Dewas. Amit is a certified Project Management Professional for about 7 years now. He has worked in a variety of roles in R&D and manufacturing set-ups in the areas of Benchmarking, Vehicle Integration, Oracle 11i Implementation, Export Account Management and Program Management. He is also a Cummins certified Six Sigma Green Belt. He has authored six research papers published to his credit in national and international conferences.

ANUPAM SAXENA Fellow (MDI), Post-Doctoral Fellow (EADS-SMI Endowed Chair, IIM-B)

Chairperson-Research He possesses over four years of work experience in consulting, corporate and applied research in the area of Strategic Purchasing, Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Risk Management and assessing the Business Value of Information Systems. He has held various academic positions in premier management institutes and well known business organizations like European Business School - Wiesbaden, Germany, IIM-B. Hero-group, Trident, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, SMI-Brain Net Consulting endeavours. (SMI is a top Germany based Research firm and Brain Net Consulting top Supply Chain Management Consultancy firm based at Germany). He has eight research papers, published and presented to his credit.

ARVINDH SUNDERAJAN MBA (Manchester Business School, UK)

Chairperson-Digital and Social Media He possesses over four years of experience in corporate and is an entrepreneur in the areas of Social Media and Digital Marketing. He worked with large number of well known business organizations like Tesco HSC, Catalyst Labs Inc. and his own venture – Fluid Fire Creatives while working with brands like 'The Donut Baker' and 'The Cream and Fudge Factory'. He has conducted several workshops in the Social Media space and writes regularly at http://humantalk.in.

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Dr. Jain possess over 28 years of work experience in academics and consulting in the areas of Organisation Behaviour, HRD, Communications, and Entrepreneurship. He has held various academic positions in premier management schools of the country like MICA, IIMA, GIM; EDII, AHRD and SPIJMR Mumbai. He had also worked as an international consultant to UNIDO, ILO, UNDP, EU, and PWC. He has conducted over 30 international training workshops in Asian and African countries besides 35 national training workshops in India. He has co-authored (principal) four books and published over 40 papers and cases and monographs in reputed journals/books and made presentations at national and international conferences.

JYOTI SUDHIR M.Sc. (Delhi University), PGDM (Symbiosis University)

Chairperson - Corporate Communications Jyoti Sudhir has a rich experience of 8+ years earned in diversified service businesses in the health, education, finance and public sectors. She held various academic & corporate positions with the GD Goenka group, Rockland group, SB group, RK financial services, Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) to mention just a few. Her research & teaching interests include devising high-impact, cohesive external and internal communications strategies & change management. She was awarded the UGC JRF in 2003 and has several publications to her credit.


KANAK GUPTA

RINKU JOSHI

MBA (Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, USA)

M. Phil. (DA University, India)

Chairperson - HR and Organization Behaviour He posseses over seven years experience in consultancy and research in the area of globalization, organizational culture, and business best practices. He has experience in well known multi-national as well as boutique firms in UK, Germany, UAE and India. He administers an e-mail newsletter, focusing on current management and organizational trends, entitled “HR Matters�. He has been a part of multiple International Conferences in capacity of speaker, keynote speaker, workshop conductor and participant. He is co-founder of Theatrecian, considered by the media as the most prolific theatre and cinema group in Kolkata and Mumbai. He has number of research papers in journals of repute and b-school books.

MEGHA JAIN MIB. (DA University, India)

Chairperson - Placement She possesses over seven years of work experience in academics and research in the area of International Marketing, International Business Environment and Special Economic Zones. She has held various academic and positions in premier management institutes and well known business organizations like IPS Academy, Thomas Cook India Ltd. She conducted several MDPs on Marketing Management and Export Management. She has been certified trainer by MCX Exchange, Mumbai on Commodity Derivatives. She has six research papers, published and presented in her credit.

POOJA S. KUSHWAHA M.B.A., M.C.A, (Rajasthan University, India)

Chairperson- Corporate Consultancy She possesses over six years of teaching experience in academics and research in the area of Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management, Database Management Systems, and ERP. She has held various academic positions in premier management and technical institutes in India namely ICFAI Business School, Indore Indira Institute of Career Studies, Renaissance College of Commerce & Management and Central India Institute of Technology. She has nine research papers published and presented in various national and international conferences.

Chairperson- Admissions She possesses over 8 years experience academics and research in the area of Business Ethics & Corporate Governance, CRM, Business Communication & Soft Skills. She has held various academic positions in premier management institutes of the country like ICFAI Business School, Indira School of Career & Studies, Swati Jain Institute of Management Studies and Renaissance College of Commerce & Management. She has seven publications to her credit in reputed journals.

ROMI SAINY Ph.D. (Vikram University, India)

Chairperson- PGP She possesses over six years of work experience in academics and research in the area of Marketing, Branding and Consumer Behaviour. She has held various academic positions in premier management schools of the country like ICFAI Business School, Prestige Institute of Management. She is a certified AMFI trainer. She has eight publications to her credit and participated in several conferences across the country.

SURESH MALODIA Ph.D. (JNV, University, India)

Chairperson- Branding & Marketing He possesses over seven years of work experience in academics and research in the area of Green Marketing and Energy Conservation, Entrepreneurship , Incubation, egovernance, rural infrastructure, Waste Water Management. He has held various academic positions in premier management institutes like University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Dehradun, ICFAI Business School, Dehradun and MITS Deemed University Lakshmangarh, Sikar. He provides various consultancy services and has conducted various research projects sponsored by Uttrakhand Government. He has six research papers, published and presented in his credit.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT TEAM MOSMEE NEMA, MCA Marketing and Corporate Relationship AMIT SINGH RATHORE, MCM IT Support System

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JIM INDORE

A NEW BEGINNING IN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

Management Curriculum in Digital Environment

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JIM – INDORE

INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE & INFRASTRUCTURE JIM institutional development Mission is “to continuously upgrade and upscale the quality and spread of our educational endeavours�. JIM, Indore is not just a response to the growing demands of students seeking admission into JIM but also to bring in contemporary perspective to management education, adding new technological infrastructural resources, and academic team with a global & futuristic perspective and attitude. Each campus has its distinctive positioning with specific focus on management education. JIM - I focuses on digital management practices. However, all JIM campuses benefit from its large network in industry, academicians and alumni and share a pool of knowledge generated through research and industry consulting. JIM Indore considers the following pioneering objectives towards building a world class institution: 1.

Create and nurture academic leadership amongst its faculty resources by providing opportunities to undertake diverse set of activities which include developing proprietary tools for industry, consulting and research and add new dimensions in transforming lives of common people.

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Develop curricula which should a. integrate digital business and management practices to take traditional organisation management functions as well as businesses to 'e' platform b. inculcate entrepreneurial attitude and vision among students towards creating a new set of opportunities with abilities for developing new business models and strategic business plans c. impart best management practices in global environment d. empower its students derive creative insight about consumers through immersion of students in rural, and social developmental projects and undertake live industry assignments and a dissertation for meeting graduation requirement.

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Creating technology driven platforms for senior executives for generating path breaking ideas and thereby initiate to introduce new products and techno savvy processes in their organizations.

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Provides students with a platform for effective CSR activities by engaging communities at different levels of social and economic strata in creative pursuit towards better living standards.

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JIM – INDORE

INFRASTRUCTURE JIM- Indore campus is an architectural beauty in itself and situated in the picturesque and natural surroundings in Dakachiya, Indore. The campus is spread over an area of close to 10 acres surrounded by open spaces far from any pollution and noise in an environment ideal for academic excellence. It is located on the Agra-Mumbai Road approximately 16 KM North of Indore towards Dewas. The campus has been aesthetically designed and elegantly built with stateof-the-art equipment and facilities. The ambience of the campus inspires and facilitates social and academic interactions among the students and with faculty members. The campus plans to have two academic blocks with a covered area of 60000 sq.ft. each, a separate hostel complex having an accommodation for up to 1000 students, a separate auditorium building and large landscaped open areas.

Academic Block The present academic block has a built up area of 60000 sq ft on two floors. The amenities being provided are 5 stepped up auditorium style lecture halls completely air-conditioned with state of the art features such as interactive white boards, wi-fi access provision and laptop recharging points for each student, an air-conditioned computer lab with 60 desktop computers with hi speed internet access to each computer and all printing and documentation facilities, additionally another computer lab on the first floor is being given for future use. Further a library that houses not only 2000 books but also has a research data lab and all the latest publications and journals is completely air-conditioned with a seating capacity for upto 160 students. Also a conference hall with seating for 240 people is provided on the ground floor. Nine tutorial rooms with flexible seating are present on the first floor. The entire building has an open plan with a central courtyard and wide circulation passages to give an open and airy feel. Further, the campus integrates the outside with the inside having large glass facades and windows to bring the outside in and also to take advantage of natural lighting and ventilation making our building environment friendly and reducing carbon footprint. The campus has also incorporated all aspects of Vastu - our ancient architectural system in the design to give its users a holistic experience.

Residential facility for students The current hostel building in the first phase has a fully furnished residential facility for over 150 students with common rooms, gym and warden residence. It has separate hostels for boys and girls with excellent amenities, mess and recreation facilities along with round the clock security. The open spaces have been developed not only as areas for interaction and discussion but also for extra-curricular activities such as sports and dramatics, with provision for volleyball, and basketball court and an open air amphitheatre.

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The campus provides a serene environment to relax and unwind. Spacious and airy halls, lawns and greenery provide students with adequate comfort to relax and interact.


LEARNING RESOURCES JIM Indore’s academic and infrastructural resources have been designed to refresh and stimulate students learning at the same time. The focus is on thoughtful placement of learning amenities around the purpose of PGDM curriculum and learning needs of students.

Class Rooms and Seminar Hall All the class rooms, tutorial rooms, and seminar hall are air-conditioned and fully equipped with interactive multi-media and audio-visual aids. This would facilitate effective interaction among students as well as with teachers. Class rooms are equipped with interactive boards, wi-fi, and e library resources such as videos & audios for interactive teaching.

Computing Facility Students are provided with laptops for use in the class rooms with wi-fi internet and blue-tooth facility. All the laptops are connected through the wireless local area network on campus with printing facility. This facility also connects the faculty and staff members for information sharing and communication. Each student is provided with institutional email id through which entire communication is executed. In addition, Student will have access to the computer lab for learning skills on application of various IT softwares and digital application as a part of various courses.

Team Assignment and Project work A large hall is available to facilitate student work in groups for completing their team assignments as well as plan student committee meetings and different cultural and sports activities.

Library Resources Library offers a conducive environment for reading and referencing books and periodicals. Library has been designed to serve as a creative and innovative player in supporting the teaching, learning, scholarship and research activities of the Institute. The library building spread over two floors has an idyllic setting. Naturally lit and facing a large lush green lawn make reading a pleasant temptation. Students can access library on a 24/7 basis and are allowed to take books for study in their hostel. Library is entirely devoted to the academic needs of the students and faculty. It offers a wide range of publications on business management, general business through its fast growing core collection of around 2000 volumes. It also includes collection of CD-ROMs, Audio-Video resources, Peer Reviewed Journals/Magazines, Project Reports and Annual Reports of Companies. In addition to these on -line databases such as EBSCO, EBRARY and DELNET databases are subscribed by the library.

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POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT

(PGDM) 2010-2012

CURRICULUM, COURSES, PEDAGOGY AND CREDITS

Key Features of PGDM - CURRICULUM General Orientation & Perspective Building

E- Business

Business and Management Practices in Digital Environment

Infrastructure and Real Estate Management

Co-creation for Product Innovation, Consumer Insights and Customer Centric Practices

Finance Management

Outsourcing and Other Emerging Business Models Leadership, Ideation and Innovation

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Concentrations offering of electives in the areas of

Business Models and Relationship Management and Networking

Services Management Marketing Management Organisations Development and Human Resource Management Operations Management Business Policy and Strategy


CURRENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT & RELEVANCE OF JIM- I CURRICULUM India is today standing in the front ranks of the rapidly growing AsiaPacific region. It is gaining a strong foothold in the global economy. Most management functions are now being taken over by IT system leading to adoption of digitization and virtualisation based management practices. Therefore, in current context, organisations need not just managers but the leaders who can create new ideas and new markets as well as constantly create new systems by using digital based strategies, processes and operations in all functional areas. This would ensure high level of reliability, scalability and flexibility to meet challenges of global competition. PGDM curriculum therefore prepares graduates as leader managers relevant in digital world and other emerging sectors of business and industry. JIM graduates would be digi-tech savvy – managers with strong grounding in ‘e’ business practices, Infrastructure, and Real Estate Management and Services, Financial Management, Marketing Management and Organisation Development and HR. Students would be oriented to create new ideas, new business models, and strategies to take the businesses to the next level. Curriculum has a special focus on processing consumer insights, managing relations through social media interactions and ‘e’ research, logistics through ‘e’ procurement, supply chain management & value creation through ERP, marketing with 'e' commerce, CRM and sales through multi-channel system and CSR through transformation and result oriented programmes.

Learning Framework and Key Thrust Areas Learning in management needs to be evolved around the emerging paradigm and support organisations to shift or polish them to these paradigms. JIM – I PGDM has been designed to empower students to adopt different ways of thinking and doing business and constantly apply digital based convergence to evolve consumer centric management strategies and practices.

Curriculum Objectives: 1.

To develop leading managers and innovative thinkers

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To a p p l y s t r a t e g i e s a n d p r a c t i c e s w i t h interdisciplinary, cross cultural and multifaceted thinking and attitude

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To foster the growth of co-creation process which helps the students to interact with society on various platforms that bring producers and consumers as collaborators

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To impart management excellence without compromising on ethical values and moral principles.

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Developing future leaders for taking up careers in emerging sector of business and economy and deal with the challenges in security and risk as well as technological advances

Curriculum Design Courses The programme duration is two years (six trimesters). The academic year commences in July/August, and ends by March/April. Summer internship starts after the end of third trimester which lasts for two and a half months

Foundation Building Courses Core courses are endowed with a broad perspective in management practices and develop skills that would enable students to deal with national and international organizational challenges. All the foundation building courses are being offered as compulsory courses across the three trimesters. These courses also help students develop an integrated view of organizational problems & perspectives and apply original thinking. The first year is largely devoted towards the core courses.

The Program follows a six trimester system in two years.

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Business Management 1.

Foundation of Management in Contemporary Environment

2. Introduction to Digital and Internet Technologies in Business and Management 3.

Marketing Management

4. Organisational Design and Structure 5.

Personal, Interpersonal and Group Dynamics

CORE COURSES

6. Accounting and Financial Management Practices

Economics and Law

Research

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1.

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Business Research Methods

2. Business Law, Taxation and IPR

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Business Statistics for Inferences

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Cyber and Media Laws

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Marketing Research

4. Managerial Economics

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Data and Insight Mining

Consumer Behaviour and Value Strategies

8. Markstrat 9. Quantitative Methods and Operations Research

Business Environment

10. Financial Reporting and Analysis for Decision Making 11. Costing and Management Control

Communication and Soft Skills 1.

Written Analysis and Communication

12. Management Information System

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Strategic Corporate Communications

13. Cyber Psychology

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Leadership and Team Building

14. Social Media and Viral Marketing

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‘e’ Communications

LEARNING FRAMEWORK

35%

35%

30%

Perspective Building New Idea Creation

Skills, Practicum, Corporate Interaction & Live Project

Digital based Opportunities and Applications & Issues

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Perspective Building (Electives) The main objective of perspective building courses is to sharpen general perspective for leadership roles in organizations and society. These courses help students deal with one’s own behavioral dynamics in the face of extreme challenges in life and in organization, develop motivation and creative potentials to assume the role of leadership and provide an opportunity for holistic development of their knowledge and skills. These courses bring multi-disciplinary perspective and largely involve collaborative teaching.

Financial Management Corporate Finance • Financial Services • Bank and Insurance Management • Retail Banking • Portfolio Management • International Finance • Strategic Finance Management • Advance Seminar in Finance Management e- Finance • Behavioural Finance Marketing Management Consumer Behaviour (including cyber space) • Customer Relationship Management (Technology Enabled) • International Marketing • Brand Management • Advertising Management • Retail Management • B 2 B Marketing • Rural Markets • Strategic Marketing • Advanced Seminar in Marketing • e- Marketing

General Management and Leadership 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Language, Culture and Communications Creative, Visual, and Design Communications Ideas and Innovation Management Personal Growth Lab Social and Critical Thinking Skills Corporate Entrepreneurship and Venturing International Languages – French, Chinese and German Social Entrepreneurship Family Business Management Franchise Management Leadership and Innovation Seminar Organisational Diagnosis

Career or Concentration Elective Courses The main objective of the career based concentration elective courses is to equip students with domain specific professional skills in the area of students’ career interest. These courses help students develop real life perspective in current context as well as in meeting future challenges in the selected career domain. Students can attain concentration by way of making their bouquet of elective courses being offered as mentioned below: A student can choose any 12 courses out of 66 choices under eight thrust areas to attain professional competence for a particular career line. Students would be offered assistance through counseling for making their bouquet of concentration. In addition to these courses, students are required to complete the following as a part of concentration: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Dissertation Mentorship project with young enterprise Winter internship with rural and social development projects Global immersion and students exchange

Services Management Services Portfolio Management • Business Outsourcing and Management • Channel and Vendor Management • Strategic Services Management • Service Marketing • IT Services Management • Measurements in Services • Management • Management Consultancy • Logistic Management Business Policy and Strategies Business Intelligence • Data Mining and Warehousing • eGovernance • Knowledge Management • Corporate G o v e r n a n c e a n d S t a ke h o l d e r M a n a g e m e n t • Management Strategy and Industry Analysis • Security and Risk Management • Corporate Restructuring and New Business Format e- Business Enterprise Resource Planning • e- Business Process Management • Digital & Social Media Management • Web Analytics Planning and Application • e-Research and Consumer Insight and Data Mining • Business to Business e- Commerce • e- Business and Management Strategy Operations Management Operations Management • Services operations Management • Logistic and supply Chain Management • e- Supply Chain Management • Project Management (different time zones and multicultural) • Game Theory and Application Infrastructure and Real Estate Management Financial Infrastructural Development • Planning and Construction Management • Power and Energy Policy and Management • Demographics in Infrastructure and Real Estate Management • Logistic and Supply chain Management • Digital Practices in Infrastructure and Real Estate Management Organisation Development and HR Human Resource • Auditing • Behaviour dynamics Management in Cyber Space • e- HRM Practices • Negotiation • Talent Management • Business Ethics • Assessment Centre and e Tools

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SUMMER & WINTER IMMERSION LEARNING

(SWIL) In addition to the academic courses, students also need to undertake and successfully complete the requirement of SWIL for graduation. The main objective of the SWIL is to help students gain real life experience through regular interaction with corporate and social organisations. This is expected to assist students 1. To comprehend critical business practices, current challenges and choose career environment with a perspective for building more effective organisational set up. 2. To assess and study the current entrepreneurial challenges in an existing organisation with respect to its current and future industry context (competition, consumers, technology, and potentials). 3. To add value to the existing organisation towards creating globally relevant enterprise by bringing new perspective on global practices. 4. To present digital based business solutions to different sets of business and management challenges 5. To make their own self assessment with regard to key skill sets and leadership qualities in managing internal and external work environment.

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The following are the components of SWIL:

Winter Internship Project (WIP)

Summer Internship (SI)

70% of our population resides in rural areas. At JIM Indore, we connect students through mentoring programs, networking events and social platform and have an eclectic mix of academics and real life problems. Students at JIM – Indore are required to work with social organisations on certain rural, semi-urban and unorganized sectors of India. Such projects aim to create an urge towards working for the cause of society. At the same time, students are encouraged to create innovative ideas and explore their knowledge, skills and abilities that are transferable from one role to another. It extends a diversion from academics and refines students’ leadership and organizational management experience into spearheading social causes. The WIP may be formulated in the following areas(illustrative):

The summer internship (SI) has been designed to help students offer several new value-added deliverables to the industry and enhance significant learning opportunities for them. SI combines two major components, viz. industry immersion and long term learning association with an organisation. The institute has a unique summer internship programme. Under this programme, institute help the students in finding the most suitable assignment which matches the student profile and career interest. JIM-I supports the students to get placed for summer internship in reputed organization where they can implement the management theories in practice. SI is of two months duration in which students are expected to take learning project pertaining (illustrative) to any one or more the following: 1. Product Launch 2. New Business Development and Business Plans 3. Market Research 4. Designing Sales Pitches 5. Assessment of Various Processes and Systems 6. N e w B u s i n e s s O p p o r t u n i t i e s S e a r c h a n d Conceptualisation 7. Industry Analysis Reports 8. Digital Business Practices 9. Consumer Insight Mining As a part of deliverable and maintaining long term relation with corporate, students need to present the following to summer interning company: 1. A project proposal report detailing the scope of project 2. An interim report prior to submission of final report 3. Final Industry Analysis report including new global practices pertaining to project company’s business 4. Recommendations based on industry challenges and proposing new ideas and concepts that help company move to the next level SI has an academic component as well. A satisfactory completion report is sought from the interning company. Each interning company gets a chance to evaluate the interns over a long period in a real business situation and make Pre-Placement Offers (PPO) based on this evaluation. Students are also required to share their learning with the institute before they register for the second year. The requirement of making a formal presentation about the project to the company and to the institute ensures that sufficient rigour and discipline are brought into this exercise. During the internship, students are also assigned academic mentor while industry assigns a mentor from the company. Mentors are chosen from diverse backgrounds as eminent entrepreneurs, policy makers, researchers and consultants. The rich diversity of their backgrounds instils in the students a continuous desire to achieve excellence. This is to ensure the internship experience is fulfilling and mutually benefiting.

Community Based Services – On some of our MBA projects students will work with community groups and companies to help tackle social problems. Examples include: • Creating a model to measure the social value of a rural post office • Investigating with a venture capital firm appropriate methods of measurement for investments into CSR • Applying project management theory to the care and education of severely disabled students • Producing future development plans for community services for deprived set of people Some of illustrative thrust areas Youth Education – Anti tobacco, HIV, Micro-financing l Green-tech and Sustainability l Literacy Awareness Camps l Women Empowerment l Adherence to Laws and inculcating civic attitude l

Mentorship toYoung Enterprises JIM – Indore students are required to take up a project at the time of their inception of MBA course. This project extends over the time period of two years of PGDM programme. Indore, being a hub of young enterprises in varied sector of businesses, JIM- Indore is tying up linkages with small and medium enterprises in the adjoining areas. Students are facilitated to work with SMEs as when needed as mentor. The groups are formed in a such manner that students get to work with people from different educational, regional and cultural backgrounds. Students are encouraged to undertake related research for these organizations by framing market and other operational strategies for them. The students will also give advice to small and medium enterprises on carbon credits, biodegradable materials and help them operate in the best possible eco-friendly manner. Similarly, students from technical background are required to come up with projects related to technical up gradation and introduce the respective organizationto integrated software.

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Students may also choose to audit not more than two courses to enhance their learning further by way out of career course and general electives. This is in addition to the credit requirement in the second year of PGDM. Tutorials and Remedial As students come from diverse backgrounds, they may need an additional learning support in order to keep pace with learning in specific courses. Students may request the concerned faculty members or PGP Chair to arrange remedial classes on the basic theories and concepts. Pedagogy The overall structure of the pedagogy involves the following learning process: l Classroom learning: Lecture/ Discussions l Small Group Work l Simulations and Role Plays l Project and Field Work l Self-reflection and Self-learning l Tutorial/ Remedial l Internships/ Live projects Students are expected to devote for each classroom sessions at least three hours of work outside the classroom. This may involve going through, pre-reads, self-learning, case analysis, group work as a part of class preparation and post class assignments involving selfreflection, individual or group assignment, project work and so on.

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a. JIM - I follows the concept of credit for each course completed by the students. These credits are defined in terms of students’ workload as well as graduation requirements. b. A 24 session course of classroom learning combined with 72 hours of outside classroom work (fieldwork, self-learning, classroom preparation, project and examination) is considered equivalent to two credit course. A course with 12 sessions is considered equivalent to one credit and 24 sessions equivalent to two credits. c. Credit Requirement for qualifying the PGDM at JIM - I 1. All students will have to complete all core courses offered during the first year and second year. These would be approximately equivalent to 50 credits. Most of the core courses are offered in the first year. 2. Students are also required to earn 12 credits out of General and Leadership electives offered. 3. For career and concentration courses, students will have to earn the credit equivalent to 24 credits. 4. In the second year, students will have to complete the course to earn a total of approx. 21 credits. These would include core courses, concentration courses, and elective courses. The credit plan of the courses in the second year is given below: Term/courses

Credits

FirstYear 40 Second year 10 Summer internship 4 Dissertation 4 Winter internship Immersion 2 Mentorship to young enterprises 4

6 6

Nil 24

46 40 4 4 2 4 100 Total

Audit Course

Students Workload and Credit System

Career/Concentration

Workshops in addition to the core, concentration or elective courses are largely offered by faculty members and guest experts to groom students further based on their learning from the field. Such workshops, offered from time to time, can be attended purely based on students’ interest in the area and are non-credit components of the curriculum. Students are required to at least participate successfully in the two of the following workshops/ seminar. 1. Workshop on SPSS 2. Workshop on GIS & Market Analysis 3. Seminar on Segmentation 4. Workshop on Gender Issues 5. Workshop on Stress Management 6. Managing Change 7. Managing Negotiations 8. Creativity and Innovation 9. Personal Growth Lab

Students are offered assistance during the course of study at JIM - I. Faculty members and institute would provide information of short term projects from time-to-time. These project based jobs can be taken by students and the remunerations for the same would be decided between the student and the faculty concerned based on the nature of the project. Such assignments offer insights into liveproject management with learning experience in the area of management consulting. Students can participate in this activity as and when it arises.

General electives

Workshop

On-Campus Assistance

Core

NON- CREDIT COURSES


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SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR STUDENTS LEARNING

Centre of Digi-tech-Innovation As the curriculum is designed to bring in digital resources for superior management practices, this cell seeds application of various digital based resources and opportunities in the development of effective management of organisations towards growth. This cell in partnership with faculty, industry and students would create new ideas and document digital based business and management practices. This would instil a spirit of innovation in the minds of prospective and young managers to cope up with demand of the industry for latest and new digital and communications based technology. The cell would conduct continuous seminars, workshops, and guest lectures on data mining and data warehousing, SAS, SPSS, latest trends in ERP, usage of IT in retail. JIM-Consulting Cell This is the student consultancy arm, through which students apply academic learning to live projects for social and business development. Students under guidance of faculty members would seek consulting projects with industry related market research, development of digital application for business solutions, product development, develop performance measurement tools, training needs assessment, project reports, industry analysis, and so on. Students would also assist small and medium enterprises in understanding various issues through research, help framing strategies, and improve their sustainability through digitization of their management practices. This cell would also equip students to prepare consulting proposals and pitch for assignments with industry and will be guided to do research and write consulting reports and make presentations to clients through direct faculty mentorship and short duration workshops.

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Centre of Entrepreneurship and Innovation:

Centre for Global Immersion Programme

This Centre would help students enhance their entrepreneurial capabilities through offering a set of courses, workshop on ideation and creative thinking. Students would be prepared to assume a role of corporate entrepreneur as well as initiate their innovative ventures. Students would be provided exposure and experience in the entire entrepreneurial cycle from creating a new business idea or value, converting this into feasible marketable opportunities, setting up required infrastructure and resources, managing a team of people during the start-up phase, and make arrangement for its sustainability while at campus.

This Centre has been created to provide global perspective to the contemporary management education. The centre would help students to gain insight advancement in management, research, and understanding of culture in global organisations.

The Centre would play a major role in initiating and building confidence among students for creating new and original ideas and convert them into effective business models and into entrepreneurial entities. This would also help students comprehendand (experiencing) the entrepreneurial venturing process which would give them edge over others in climbing up the corporate ladder and help their employer to take the business to the next level. Personality Development and Counseling Cell

With a perspective of digitalized globalized business scenario, JIM – Indore ties up with international universities to flourish a research driven environment for its students. It is a commitment to sharing best practice, generating new ideas and exploring several facets of the global business environment by forging strong and mutually beneficial partnerships and connections across the world. Global immersion involves: l Exchange of students l Exchange of Faculty Members l Exchange of Academic Information & Materials l Conduct of Joint Research, Conference & Training Programs Benefits of Global immersion: Research collaboration in areas of mutual interest & capabilities of both the beneficiaries. l A conducive environment of learning and growth through exchange of academic matter such as books, academic journals, studies and other information generated by either party under the agreement l Examination of the potential for sponsoring collaborative seminars, conferences, workshops l Achieving superior academic excellence and other academic meetings on matters of mutual interests. l A recognition of efforts for all publications, research grants or other joint projects that result from the collaboration between the institutions l

This cell would continuously assess the students’ communications and soft skill sets in dealing with self and other environmental issues around. Students would be given opportunity to participate in personal growth lab and opportunity to apply their skills set through various roles and events at the campus to build their self confidence. Psychometric assessments would be done to analyse students learning attitude and overall personality development. Students experiencing transitional issues and other personal dilemmas would be assisted by a well qualified practicing counsellor. This cell would ensure overall development and act as finishing schools for taking up career and other life challenges. Career Guidance and Assistance Cell This cell would assist students with complete guidance during the education at JIM for selecting various electives and concentration courses according to their career interests and aptitude. The cell would also help to guide students in selecting career anchors and choosing right kind of organization as well as prepare them through mock interviews and group discussions. JIM Leadership Lecture Series Eminent entrepreneurs and management gurus are invited to give deliberations on industrial trends and various management practices. This would also help build relationship with corporate for a better placement response. This activity would be managed by the students, right from establishing the contact with eminent leaders and entrepreneurs to the delivery of the lecture sessions to the students. A faculty member would act as a mentor to the student team.

Students’ Exchange Programme This is an extended benefit provided to JIM family with an aim to foster global networking and develop a holistic vision. JIM has developed an extensive International Students Exchange Network with the leading established schools across the globe for its budding managers. JIM - I has been seeking to establish an increasing number of exchange programs with institutions having excellent academic standards compatible with that of the Institute and which provide varied learning opportunities for students and faculty both. l International Institutions l University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA l Naresuan University,Phitsanulok, Thailand l Kainan University, Taiwan l Finish Academy of Higher Education Finland l University of Southampton, UK

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JIM Placement Resources and Industry Interface JIM-I has set up Corporate Interface Cell (CIC) along with the placement committee, comprising of faculty members and a student team that works towards strengthening placements. The Institute provides complete support to a wide range of career opportunities in diverse industry sectors and social organisations. The corporate interface cell exists for the exclusive purpose of building and keeping effective contacts with firms all over India. The CIC ensures continuous interactions with senior management from industry on the platform involving a)Collaborative Teaching in career related courses, b) CSR collaborations, c)continuous interaction with Alumni Network, d) MDPs, e) Industrial Visits, f) Consultancy and Live Projects for students, g)Guest Lectures, Seminars and JIM Leadership Lecture Series and so on. In all these activities, JIM tries to involve dream organisations of students. Such interaction with industry professionals makes it possible for the industry to know about the nature of learning being imparted as well as assess students’ calibre. We believe that it is not important to take up any placement but it should be the one which is consistent with students' interests and aspirations. This would add value to student and the organisation. This is a hallmark of responsible business leaders and this is what we want our students to be. JIM has over 200 recruiters visiting JIM campuses for placement purpose. Pre-placement Preparation A series of workshops are conducted to provide requisite orientation about industry’s current requirements and students are trained to develop certain critical set of soft skills through Problem Solving and Aptitude Building Labs, Simulation Exercises and leadership Training, and Mock Interviews and Group Discussion Labs.

PLACEMENTS @ JIM Lateral Placements Students who are with work experience over 20-24 months get qualified to pitch for lateral placement. In such arrangement, students start their career at higher level positions and pay packages than entry level jobs. The placement Cell makes pitches separately for such students during the placement process. Final Placements Final placement commences in January – February to ensure students are placed before their graduation day. The placement committee prepares brochures for final placement and contacts dream companies for preplacement talks to the students. The committee invites companies to send in the detailed job profiles along with offer of pay packages as per the policy of the companies. The placement committee circulates such job profiles among the students who have shown interest in such job profile as well as industry sector. Students then apply in response and appear for GD and interviews at the predetermined dates and time.

Summer Placements Entrepreneurial Careers Summer placement preparatory work begins after the second term. Placement committee prepares summer internship brochures with profile of students and curriculum details for wide circulation. Students’ interest for nature of projects as well as nature of industry is sought. Institute database of visiting corporate are approached through mailers as well as student representatives visit the new set of companies for pitching for summer internship. Students are assigned academic mentor as well as industry mentor from the interning company. This helps students acquiring Pre-placement offers for final appointments. Summer internship is covered in more detail in the Curriculum section.

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JIM-I grooms students to create innovative ideas for setting up their own ventures upon graduation. Such initiatives are encouraged at an early stage during the course of study and are incubated to help students develop business models and convert them into entrepreneurial realities. Students desirous of choosing such careers are allowed to withdraw from placement. In case students change their mind and plan to switch over to job career after a year or two, they can appear for the final placement in the subsequent years up to a maximum of two years.


A FEW RECRUITERS AT JIM CAMPUSES

Alumni Network Alumni are our best brand ambassadors as they continue to add value to their organizations. They are the true reflectors of the high standard of JIM curriculum and learning environment. A continuous interaction with alumni with a series of pre-planned activities, help JIM keep its curriculum updated with the latest developments of industry. Frequent visit to campus help share divergent perspective among the students. Alumni also help students prepare for meeting challenges in corporate world and select right kind of career courses. They regularly visit the campus and also interact with the faculty and seek to work in collaborative programmes. Apart from the above benefits, JIM extends its alumni interactions with leaders from industry during alumni meet. Alumni also vigorously participate in the career planning activities of JIM and are inducted into the governance structures at various levels. The JIM Alumni Network Centre comprises of over than 2500 alumni and at each JIM institute it is headed by a faculty member. This Network ensures planning and organising interaction through various Alumni chapters. The Institute contributes a part of the fund to support the Alumni activities. The Network also brings about an Alumni Newsletter to manage social media community of JIM Alumni.

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ACADEMIC HONOURS, RECOGNITION & AWARDS JIM –I plans to encourage students towards academic excellence and for building a bright career through continuously rewarding and recognition systems. Right from admission, meritorious students (top 50 students) are offered a fee waiver of Rs. 50,000 through corporate sponsorship and further scholarship is offered at the end of each term for their academic performance and other achievements. The reward can be to the tune of Rs. 20,000 for each subsequent term.

Scholastic Awards JIM-I scholastic award consists of a ‘Gold Medal’, Silver Medal’ and ‘Bronze Medal’. In addition to these, several cash prizes and merit certificates are offered in different concentration areas. A number of the other awards to recognise, students have also been instituted. These are as follows: 1.

Award for Creative & Entrepreneurial Excellence: Students who have taken path breaking Initiatives on academic, para academic or extra –curricular front, leading to impact on society or business. 2. Best Student Award: High academic performance coupled with new initiative, conduct, activities and support to other students and staff of JIM 3. Best Communicator/Leader Award: One who has shown commendable communication, motivation and leadership skills during the programme leading to high level of integrity and creative team spirit as well as effective relationship with corporate and institutions. 4. Most Transformed Student Award: One who has shown tremendous change in attitude, approach and professionalism, remarkable performance in academics. Each of the above awards carries a cash prize in the range of Rs. 25000 to 50000.

Certificate and Awards for Outstanding Academic and Co-curricular Performance In order to appraise high quality academic and co-curricular output, students are also awarded cash prizes and certificates. These are: l Best Dissertation Award l Best Summer Project Report Award l Best Winter Immersion Award for social impact l Best Mentorship Award for SME competitiveness

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ADMISSION TO PGDM AT J I M , I N D O R E

Admission Process The PGDM at JIM – I offers to follow a rigorous and well designed selection process to ensure selection of the very best. PGDM 2010-12 admissions is open for 120 seats and is approved by AICTE. Selection is based on criteria of work experience, past academic performance, motivation and commitment, and academic potential. The admission procedure demands the applicants to be excellent at analytical and communication skills as well as consistent academic performance with high level of integrity and commitment. Who should apply? 1.

Students curious to explore new ideas and keen to challenge status quo and age old assumptions about people and systems 2. Students willing to undertake project that can transform lives of people and gain useful insight about people’s dynamics for taking up leadership role. 3. Young practicing managers seek to acquire new skills sets relevant to digital economy to upgrade their career prospects. 4. In addition, to the above, the students should be committed to challenging careers in the new economy with multi-disciplinary expertise and perspective in any of one or more domain areas of emerging sectors: l Organisation Development and HR l e - Business l Financial Management l Infrastructure and Real Estate Management l Marketing Management l Services Management l Business Policy and Strategy l Operations Management

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Eligibility Criteria for Applicants l

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A bachelor’s degree in any discipline under 10 + 2 + 3 system from a university recognized by AIU / AICTE Minimum 50 % marks or equivalent CGPA Applicants should have appeared for any one of the Common Admission Test for Management school – IIM’s CAT, MAT, XAT and foreign students should have GRE or GMAT score. Score of last two years is valid for application.

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Selection Procedure 5. Students would be short-listed on the basis of their score in common admission test (CAT, MAT, XAT, GRE/GMAT. (Original Copy of Admit Card to be brought at the time of personal interview, if shortlisted) 2. All short-listed students would be invited to appear for a final selection process involving Group Discussion and Leadership Exercise (GDLE) and Personal Interview (PI).

Hostel fee does not include meal charges. It is expected to be about Rs. 1600 - 1800 per month for all the three meals. Fee includes total academic fee including academic material and books and laptop. The students who bring laptop with them will get a deduction of Rs. 20000 in the fee during the payment of second instalment. In addition to above, students are required to make Rs. 10000 toward security deposit which is refundable. Foreign students or corporate sponsored student will have to deposit USD 15000 or equivalent in Indian currency as per the prevalent rate of USD per year. Academic fee for the second year will be Rs. 370,000.

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Centres for Final Selection Process The final selection Process consisting of GDLE and Presentation will be conducted in all the major cities of the country- Bengaluru, Bhopal, Chennai, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Indore, Lucknow , Kolkata, Mumbai, Patna and Vadodara . Admission Offer Final evaluation will be strictly based upon a cautious evaluation of the applicant’s performance in academic performance, Group Discussion & Leadership Exercise (GDLE) and Personal Interview (PI). Only candidates selected will be informed of the final results on the website of JIM Indore. The selected candidates must pay their first instalment within 10 days time after the display of the final selection on JIM -I website.

Academic Fee (First year) Fee component Tuition fee Library Fee Examination Fee Student Activity Fee Computer Lab Fee Professional Charges Course Material / Books Placement and Projects

Term-1 50,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 10,000 5,000 25,000

Total

140,000 115,000 115,000 350,000

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First instalment on admission Rs. 50000 (including security deposit of Rs 10, 000) 2. Second Instalment Rs. 85000 3. Third Instalment beginning of second Term: Rs. 122500 4. Fourth and final Instalment: Rs. 122500 Scholarship Scheme JIM- I has corporate sponsorship for top 50 students. Students who appear as TOP 50 on the final admission list of JIM I will be eligible for cash support of Rs. 50,000. Educational Loan Arrangements are made with selected National and Private Banks for educational loan at attractive interest which should cover the entire fee including Hostel charges. Required documents should be provided on demand by the students for assistance in obtaining loan. Currently, the arrangement is with HDFC Bank Ltd. Corporations Bank, SBI and other nationalized banks. Refund Policy The refund policy of the Institute in case of withdrawal/cancellation of admission is as per the rules of AICTE vide its public Notice Advt. No. AICTE/Legal/04(01)/2007

Fee Structure:

Hostel Fee

Instalment for payment of fee

Term-2 70,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 10,000 5,000

Term-3 70,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 10,000 10,000 5,000

Total 190,000 30,000 15,000 15,000 30,000 30,000 15,000 25,000

10,000 10,000 10,000 30,000

Application Form The PGDM prospectus and application form can be downloaded from the web address as www.jimindore.ac.in, or can be obtained from the city office. Duly filled in application form along with the demand draft of Rs. 1000/drawn in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore, should be sent to city office address on or before August 23, 2010. Application form can also be filled and uploaded online along with a payment of Rs.1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only). Any query related to admissions can be sent to admission@jimindore.ac.in or call at 0731-4064009, 4289305 or 0-78699-16079.


Form No.

JAIPURIA

Jaipuria Institute of Management Dakachaya, Indore Dewas Highway, Nr. Shipra Naka, Indore - 453771 (M.P.) City Office: 407, Orbit Mall, A. B. Road, Indore 452008 Website: www.jaipuria.ac.in Application Form Instructions 1. This form is an integral part of the admission process to PGDM. Please provide correct information. Admission granted with incorrect information will be ipso facto null and void. 2. Each applicant is required to answer essay questions, which are included in the online application form to demonstrate his/her potential as a prospective PGDM student. 3. Application form should be filled online and uploaded along with an online payment of Rs.1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only). Candidates choosing the option for payment by Demand Draft, may draw a DD in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore�, Payable at Indore, should be sent to: Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore, City Office, 407, Orbit Mall, AB Road, Indore - 452008 4. In all matters regarding admission to the PGDM, the decision of the institute will be final and binding on the applicant. No correspondence from the applicant with respect to his/her nonselection will be entertained. Please indicate nature of your application: Regular

Corporate Sponsored

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A. Personal Details: Name (Block Letters): _______________ ______________________ _________________ Last Name First Name Middle Name

Affix a recent passport size photograph and sign across it.

Date of Birth____/____/_______ (dd / mm / yyyy) Gender:

Nationality ____________ Marital Status____________

Father's Name & Occupation______________________ ______________________ Mother's Name & Occupation_____________________ ______________________

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Corporate sponsored candidates are required to bring sponsorship letter at the time of Personal Interview.

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B. Contact Details: Address (for correspondence) __________________________________City:___________ State: _________________ Pin: _______________ Telephone (

) ____________________ Mobile_______________________

E mail: ______________________________________ Valid Entrance Test Score (Tick the applicable) Percentile Score: CAT_______ MAT_______ XAT_______ GRE_______ GMAT_______ (Test scores of last two years are valid for consideration) (Please bring original copy of the Admit Card at the time of Personal Interview, if short-listed)

Centers for GDLE & Personal Interview (PI): (Please tick any three centers of your preference and rank them) New Delhi Indore

Chennai Lucknow

Kolkata Bhopal

Mumbai Patna

Bangaluru

Hyderabad

Vadodra

C. Education:

Name of Examination

Year

Marks/ Grade (%)

Major Subjects

Board / Academic University

Awards / Prizes received

Bachelor's Degree Other Examination

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Work Experience (only full time after graduation) – Sr. No.

Position held

Nature of Work

Name of organization

Period/Months

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E. Explain your passion about how can you build a career in management through the

PGDM at JIM I? (in 100 words) ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ _______________________ . F. Explain your career goals in the next 5 years. ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ___________________.

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G. List any three significant achievements/awards which you would particularly like to mention. ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________.

Declaration: I have carefully read the instructions and agree to abide by the decisions of the Institute regarding my selection to the programme. I certify that the information furnished in this application form is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Signature of the Applicant Place : Date : Note :

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Please do not attach any document with this form.

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Any query related to admissions can be sent to admission@jimindore.ac.in or call 0731-4064009/4289305, 0-7869916079 JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, INDORE City Office 407 Orbit Mall, AB Road, Indore - 452008, MP Ph: 0731-4064009/4289305

Campus Dakachaya, Indore Dewas Highway Nr. Shipra Naka, Indore 453771

IMPORTANT DATES Admission opens from Last date for submission of application List of Short-listed students on website Final selection GDLE & PI on Final result First Instalment of fee Second Installment & Commencement Date of the PGDM

July 15, 2010 August 23, 2010 August 24, 2010 August 28, 29 & 30, 2010 September 1, 2010 September 7, 2010 September 15, 2010


City Office 407 Orbit Mall, AB Road, Indore - 452008, MP

Ph: 0731- 4064009, 4289305 admission@jimindore.ac.in Campus Dakachaya, Indore Dewas Highway Nr. Shipra Naka, Indore 453771

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