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Newsletter A PGDM T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) (Manipal, Karnataka)

CRISIL Business School Grading

Awards

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Alumni

Atharva

Industry Interface

TAPMI

wishes you a Happy New Year 2013

Issue: 12 December 2012


Contents • Events at the Institute -

Ranking Atharva Dewang Mehta B-School Awards TAPMI at Times Education Expo

• Faculty Contributions -

Dr James at Waikato University Prof. Deb Mallya at International Conference Research Seminars Guest Faculty

• Students Achievements - Volley Ball Trounrament - Awards and Achievements

• Alumni Relations - Alumni Accomplishments - Alumnus of the month

• Industry Interface - International Accreditation Conference, New Delhi - World Brand Congress, Mumbai

• TAPMI in News - Media Coverage - MBA Rendezvours.com

• Udupi/Manipal Information

Editorial Team • Prof. Chowdari Prasad

• Dr. Manjunath

• Prof. A V Ramanacharyulu • Mr. R. Hareesh (Staff) • Prof. Sridhar Aithal

• Prof. Kushankur Dey • Prof. Vidya Pratap

• Ms. Ramya Sree Lakshmi (Student) • Ms. Manasi Karangate (Student)


Editorial Page Ceremony in Mumbai on November 24. Associating with MUTBI, Manipal to nurture the budding entrepreneurs from MIT, Manipal, three TAPMI Profs AS Vasudev Rao, Chowdari Prasad and A Siva Kumar carried out evaluation of Business Plans. Dr (Col) PS James delivered a Key Note address at the New Zealand India Business Forum at Waikato University, Hamilton, NZ, which opened a new vistas of international relations for TAPMI. Faculty too kept engaging themselves in research seminars every week to take the new culture forward. As many as eight Visiting Faculty taught courses and were from reputed institutions like IISc., Bangalore, IIMBangalore, IIT-Chennai and TISS-Mumbai.

Two months of intense engagement in a variety of activities on TAPMI campus came to a turn during November with focus on academic performance and planning for placements in December. On the other side, the saga of winning awards and prizes by students and the institute continued. Four more BSchool Ranking results were announced during this month by Business India, MBA Universe.Com, Business Barons and Careers360 all reckoning TAPMI among the top of their lists adding to eight earlier surveys in 2012. Eduniversal reaffirmed us with a 'Three Palms' ranking globally. Having witnessed the 20th BrandScan-2012, the next big B-School Fest, “Atharva” is going places like Bangalore and Mumbai for attracting talents to ensuing QOTB and other competitions next month.

Campus life at TAPMI is not merely confined to Lectures, Classes, Tests, Quizzes, Assignments, Presentations and Case Studies only. Our students were also utilizing their free time to conduct Throw Ball and Volley Ball matches to keeping themselves physically fit. A few alumni visited us for campus recruitments while some reported about their entrepreneurial ventures. TAPMI, true to its commitment to global accreditation, sponsored a two-day Conference organized by SEAA Trust in New Delhi on Nov 5 and 6. We also supported as Bronze Sponsors, the World Brand Congress in Mumbai held on Nov 22-23-24. Guest speakers were invited from TI Cycles & BSA Motors, Technopak Advisors, Flipkart and included Vice Admiral (Retired) Ganesh Mahadevan. Webportals like Pagalguy.com; MBA Universe.com; MBA Rendezvous.com and Career Launcher have been engaged by us for our Admissions-2013 campaigns. Lastly, as part of our coverage on Manipal-Udupi, we share some information on the Konkan Railways for the benefit of our readers.

The series of ICICI Bank Probationary Officers' Leadership Training Programs added its 12th batch this month taking the gross number trained by TAPMI to a magical figure of '555'. A special event this month was release of a book titled 'Medical Negligence : What Doctors, Patients and Hospitals should know?” authored by our Governing Council Member Dr PD Shenoy, on Nov 23 at MU campus. TAPMI's Trust and Governing Council Members also met on Nov 24 to decide on important administrative matters. A MoU was signed by TAPMI and Manipal International University (MIU), Malaysia. Our Admissions team members Mr Nagaraj, Mr Johnson, Mr Navin and Mr Ganesh were present in the TAPMI stalls at the Education Expos organized by Times of India in Bangalore, Pune and Mumbai.

Prof. Chowdari Prasad e-mail: chowdarip@tapmi.edu.in

Six Awards were received by our students, faculty and TAPMI at the 20th Dewang Mehta B-School Affaire

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Events at the Institute B-School Rankings Business India Best B-School Rankings 2012 have been announced in their special issue dated November 25. The top 5 positions go to IIM-A, IIM-C, IIM-B, ISB and XLRI. TAPMI is at no. 28 (same as last year) among the top-55 BSchools. The other categories of schools are 69 (with A++), 127 (A+), 65 (A), 20 (B++) and 5 with B+ rankings (in alphabetical listing). In all 341 Schools have been ranked. The other rankings in this month TAPMI's position is as under Business Barons

# 16 under India's Top B-School Brands: 2012

MBA Universe.com

#19 out of 90 B-Schools in India.

Career 360

#5 (Private) out of 129 Schools.

Business India

#28 - Overall

ATHARVA We are getting closer to the most anticipated flagship event of Atharva- 'Quiz on the Beach'(QOTB) in Kaup on January 19, 2013. With Atharva 2013 less than month and a half away, the preparation of the bouquet of events under Atharva is in full swing. QOTB is a one of its kind event in the country, and like every year it continues to hold its unique position among the quizzing circuit across colleges in India. The 2013 avatar of QOTB saw the prelim round held in Mumbai (November 21) and Bangalore(November 25). After receiving an overwhelming response from undergraduate and postgraduate students alike the city qualifiers were concluded recently. Over 130 quizzers participated in the events held in Bangalore and Mumbai. Participation from top institutes like IIMBangalore, JBIMS, SIBM Bangalore, S.P Jain Mumbai, UDCT, R.V Engineering College among many others ensured that the quizzing prowess of the participants was put to test.

Bounded by constraints, only the top six teams were selected in the prelims to compete for the finals of the city qualifiers. Even in the final round, the teams displayed amazing knowledge and almost head to head till the final round from which the teams from JBIMS and IIM-B emerged as the winners from Mumbai and Bangalore respectively. In addition to the cash prize, both the teams also directly qualify to be a part of the QOTB Finals which will be held in Kaup Beach, Udupi during Atharva 2012-13. The Bangalore round had Mr Ochintya Sharma President, Karnataka Quizzing Association as the Chief Guest. Both the venues had avid corporate quizzers in the audience. In all, QOTB City Qualifiers round held outside Manipal for the first time was a huge success and unearthed some amazing quizzing talent. The online prelims of QOTB will be held on the December 11, 2012 for quizzing enthusiasts from UG and PG to aggressively compete to be a part of the Grand Finale with prize money worth Rs 80,000!

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• Ms. Esha Gupta emerged as the 2nd Best Student in Management under Female category and 4th place overall out of 33 contestants from leading Bschools like IIM-Kozhikode, IIM-Ahmedabad, Jamanlal Bajaj Institute of Management-Mumbai, etc. She underwent Group Discussion followed by Essay writing Competition and faced a jury. She was judged by an Independent jury comprising of CEO's, HR Heads and Professionals from Academia & Industry. Each jury member independently rated the candidates after which collectively decided the winner. She bagged prize money of Rs. 1.50 lakhs sponsored by Onward Technologies.

November 08-13 ICICI Training Program A Six day leadership training program for the ICICI Bank Probationary Officers was held at TAPMI from November 08 to 13, 2012. 49 Officers participated in the week long program. This is also the 12th batch and so far 555 Probationary Officers have been trained by TAPMI.

• Mr. Unnikrishnan Nair shared the Best Student in Management (Male) award. • A research paper titled “Bartange: The utility of chocolate as change” written by 3 of our students, Mr. Sidharth Panigrahi, Mr. Unnikrishnan Nair and Mr. Raspal Singh received the Best Paper Presentation (Research Based) Award.

November 24

TAPMI's Placement Brochure was adjudged as the Best.

TAPMI receives The Best Business SchoolManagement and other Awards At the recently concluded 20th Dewang Mehta Business School Awards in association with Business School Affaire and Hindustan Unilever ltd. The event was held at Taj Lands End, Mumbai, on November, 24, 2012. TAPMI, Manipal was honoured with The Best B-School- Management category. TAPMI also received Five awards under other categories at the same event.

Winning of Awards has been a regular phenomenon at TAPMI for its Faculty, Students and Staff Members. In the recent times, Prof. Siva Kumar and Prof. Ajith Kumar received an international award for Case Writing on Innovation from ISB-Hyderabad at the AIMS Convention. Prof. Gururaj H Kidiyoor, was conferred with “Best Professor in Marketing Management” award by World Education Congress 2012 in Mumbai. Dr. K Manjunath, Chief Librarian at TAPMI has been chosen for AIMS International Outstanding Librarian Award 2012. This award will be conferred during the 10th AIMS International Conference on Management to be held in IIMBangalore in January, 2013

• Prof. Raghunath Rudran was awarded Best Professor in Operations Management.

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TAPMI in TIMES Education Expo

November 23

Times of India organized an Education Expo in Bangalore on Nov 25 and 26, 2012 in Hotel Mathann, Old Air port Road, Bangalore. About 32 different education institutions took part in this fair. TAPMI had also put up a stall to promote the PGDM programme of Manipal Campus as well as the AIMA PGDM programme that is being launched in TAPMI CEE, Bangalore.

A book on “Medical Negligence: What doctors, patients and hospitals should know" authored by Dr P D Shenoy (Retd I.A.S) our Trustees and Governing Council Member was released on November 23, 2012 at a brief function held at Manipal University. The book was released by our Chairman, Dr. Ramdas M Pai. Director, Faculty, Staff of TAPMI and many other dignitaries of Manipal University were present.

The Times Education Expo had also organised at Pune on November 27, 28, 2012 at Hotel .....and Nehru Maidan, Mumbai during December 0102. TAPMI had participated in both the fairs aimed at MBA Aspirants.

November 24 • TAPMI Trustee and Governing Council Members meeting was held at Valley View Manipal. • MoU between TAPMI and Manipal International University, Malaysia

Dr. Zanuldin Ahmed, Vice Chancellor and Dr. Noraini Ismail, Deputy Vice Chancellor of Manipal International University, Malaysia visited TAPMI for signing an MoU on November 24, 2012. Director, Faculty Members were present during the signing of MoU.

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Faculty Contributions presentations scheduled across the two days and 9 tracks. My presentation was scheduled in the 6th track called 'Beyond norms: Business excellence'. The presenters were from UP, MP, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Odisha, Karnataka and many more states other than Delhi and NCR. There were a few presenters from abroad too. This paper had the use of fuzzy mathematics in capturing human judgments.

TAPMI & MUTBI Prof. Chowdari Prasad, Prof. A S Vasudev Rao & Prof. A Sivakumar visited Manipal University Technology Business Incubator (MUTBI) to offer New Venture Strategy, an open elective offered by TAPMI in collaboration with MUTBI to B. Tech students of Manipal Institute of Technology(MIT). The aim of the course is to impart Knowledge of Business and its environment, skills of scanning for opportunities, Writing Business Plan and developing attitudes and aptitude of ideation, creativity and lateral thinking.

The Paper has been published in the conference Proceedings ( page 69-79, ISBN: 978-93-82563-44-0).

Research Seminars

November 28

• Prof. Vishwanath S. R. gave a Research Seminar on “Financing Strategy at Tata Steel” on November 07, 2012. • A Research Seminar on “Knowledge networks at work” was presented by Prof. V. Vijaya, Mr. C. S. Mahind and Ms. Mamatha Srirama on November 14, 2012. • Prof. A Sivakumar presented a Research Seminar on the Topic: Writing Anxiety & Business School Admission” on November 21, 2012.

• Dr (Col) P.S James was invited as a keynote speaker for the New Zealand India Business Forum inaugural conference under the aegis of Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand. The University is spearheading the initiative of New Zealand for bilateral business. The talk was on the opportunities for business in India and New Zealand can leverage to utilize its strength. The High Commissioner of India to New Zealand, senior managers from ANZ Bank and Hamilton Chamber of Commerce members also gave insight into the area. The forum showed keen interest in seeking the support of TAPMI for research assistance to make their objectives a reality. The forum is planning an annual brainstorming alternative between India and New Zealand each year. Highly practical insights given by the TAPMI faculty came for special appreciation from New Zealand business.

• Prof. Sulagna Mukherjee, Prof. Sudeep Kumar S. and Prof. M. Durga Prasad presented a Research Seminar on “A Logistics Conundrum” on November 28, 2012

Guest Faculty at TAPMI • Prof. Amaresh Chakrabarti, Professor, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore, visted TAPMI to teach “Product Design and Development” course for Term-5 (PGDM) students. • Prof. Malathesh Swaminath, Consultant, Bangalore, taught “International Trade & Business Environment” course for Term-5 (PGDM) students. • Mr. Ariful Islam Mondal, Senior Lead Manager, HSBC Analytics Services, Kolkata, was with us for some sessions on Introduction to Financial Modeling(IFMD) for Term-5(PGDM) students. • Prof. Sankarshan Basu of IIM-B visited TAPMI to teach “Fixed Income Securities” course for Term5(PGDM) students.

• Prof. Debmallya Chaterjee visited Delhi to present a paper titled: Calibrating managerial effectiveness: an empirical study, jointly written with Prof. P. S. James at the International conference, FOBE 2012, organized by IMT Ghaziabad during November 29- 30, 2012 at India Habitat Center, New Delhi. There were 100+

• Prof. Naveen Narayan, CA visited the institute to teach “Management Accounting” course for Term2(PGDM) students. 5


• Ms. Sonal Kamble, taught sessions on Trade Simulation and Mr. Aashish Argade took sessions on “Commodities Derivatives Markets In India visà-vis the World- Myths and Realities” and “Mechanics of Commodity Futures at NCDEX trading pit” for Term-5(PGDM) students.

• Prof. Saji K Mathew of IIT, Chennai taught “Data Mining for Business Intelligence” course for Term5(PGDM) students. • Prof. Satyajit Majumdar, TISS, Mumbai took sessions on “Service Operations Management” course for Term-5(PGDM) students.

Student Achievements • Mr. Pramod Khandelwal and Mr. Syed Reza Salis Naqvi (PGP2) have won the 1st prize in the International Case Masters competition - a flagship event of IIMA for their case, “ Mehta Soya: A Promotional Conundrum”after 3 intense rounds (2 offline and 1 on-campus). • Mr. Rohit Ganeriwal (PGP2) won the 2nd prize in an All India Photography competition, “Shutterbugs” organized by IMT-G. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=453 371328048595&set=a.453364631382598.1175 24.420306201355108&type=3&theater • Mr. Vivek Chagoiwala's (PGP2) photo was adjudged Winner in the category - A Glimpse of Rural India in a photography contest, "FRAMES 2012" organized by CII Yi XLRI. His photograph was one among 112 entries from various B schools.

• 20th Business School Affaire held on 23rd and 24th November 2012 at Mumbai: Best Research Paper Mr. Raspal Singh Mr. Sidharth Panigrahi and

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Mr. Unnikrishnan Nair Best Female Student

• Ms. Veena Akella's (PGP2) article, “The inevitable disruption” has been selected for publication in MBASkool.com article section.

Ms. Esha Gupta (4th position) and has won the prize money of Rs 1.5 lakhs Best Male Student

• Mr. Unnikrishnan Nair (PGP2) and Prof. Vinod Madhavan's paper, “'Hangout' with Doctors Consumers' Expectations from the Healthcare Practitioners through the Social Media and the Internet: An Empirical Study in Manipal ” has been accepted for publication and presentation in the Nirma International Conference on Management, 2013 (NICOM 2013) at the Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.

Mr. Unnikrishnan Nair • Ms. Esha Gupta (PGP2) won the 1st prize in the inter B-school article writing competition conducted by The Human Edge The HR Club of IMI, New Delhi for its annual magazine 'The People Tree'. The title of her article is “Innovations for a Learning Organization”. • Mr. Amit Kumar Pansari (PGP2) and Prof. Ajith Kumar have won the 3rd prize in the International Case Masters competition conducted by IIMA for their case, “Staff Scheduling at SAP Labs”.

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VOLLEY at the VALLEY The new volleyball court was all set to showcase this year's volleyball and throwball tournament. The event started on the November 21 and ended on the November 24, 2012. The first round of both the throwball and the volleyball matches were pretty one sided. The semi final clash between PGP 1 Sec 5 and PGP 2 Sec 2 was quite an engrossing one.

Alumni Relations Alumnus of the Month - November 2012

1996, Benny joined Hays Document Management, a British MNC to head their operations. His mandate was to grow their business in the field of document management solutions. He played a key role in scaling up its operations in Trivandrum and further setting up its Chennai operations. Hays Document was later on acquired by Astron, followed by Office Tiger. He developed an expertise in building new operations and scaling up the same ensuring that customer success was achieved. He has a keen eye for detail and value addition in the services delivered. Quality of deliverable was critical to success and he ensured that delivery centres he set up were compliant to international quality standards.

Mr. Benny Mathew, a Mechanical Engineer by training is an alumnus of TAPMI, batch 1988-90. To his credit, he has over twenty years of exposure to the IT and ITES industry. He currently heads the Global Shared Services of R.M. Education, UK based out of the Technopark in Trivandrum.

Benny further went on to set up the Global Shared Service centre for Allianz Cornhill, another MNC, an insurance major followed by Ernst & Young's Middle East operations and recently, RM Education. The Shared Service operations covered a buffet of services that spread across Financial, Legal, Design, HR and Marketing Services. Being involved in setting up operations, he also closely associated with a few Engineering, Management, Law Schools and Audit Firms for their manpower requirements. He is a member of the All India Management Association and the Institute of Engineers.

On graduating from TAPMI in 1990, he joined the UB Group in their Telecom Projects as a Management Trainee, based in Mumbai. Having spent a few years in Project Sales and enjoying the hustle and bustle of Mumbai, decided to move to South India. He joined Transmatic Systems P. Ltd., a key system integrator involved in the computerisation of Telephone Exchanges in India, in the early part of '90s. He played a crucial role in implementing telecom solutions in most of the Secondary Switching Areas within India. In

Hobbies: Playing Golf.

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Alumni Venture

enter paid internships, where a portion of their wage is taken to repay tuition costs. The repaid money is used to help finance another student, creating a sustainable cycle of education funding.

• IMPACT INVESTMENT FIRM- UPSKILLCAPITAL Mr. Apaar Kasliwal, Alumnus of TAPMI has started Fund raising Campaign to help educate, impoverished young adults in India, http://upskillcapital.com/

M/s. UpSkill Capital was formed by six recent graduate students with a single purpose: find a way to sustainably make Vocational (skills-based) education more accessible to low income young adults in India. To this end, they have developed a new way to fund vocational training: they pay for students' tuition upfront and upon completion of the training, students

Mr. Heman Bhimani, (Batch 2004-06) is an Alumnus of TAPMI. He is currently Vice PresidentIndia at @ SSG Capital Management, Mumbai. Mr. Heman is currently part of the Investment Team at SSG Capital Management, a Pan Asia special situations / distressed fund. SSG Capital manages $ 700 million for their investors and have invested approximately 1/3rd of our corpus in India with Indonesia and Greater China.

Industry Interface •

TAPMI Prime sponsor at the Vth International Accreditation Conference

TAPMI was the prime sponsor of the Vth International Accreditation Conference organized by Mr Thothathri Raman of SEAA Trust, New Delhi on November 5 & 6, 2012 held at New Delhi. Seven accrediting agencies viz., AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, ACBSP, IACBE, BAC and SAQS (AMDISA) presented their processes on the two days. As on date, 19 B-Schools in India are accredited by these agencies of which ISB and TAPMI are the two by AACSB.

Dr RC Natarajan, our Director shared TAPMI's experience in accreditation with the participants. Four of our faculty members, Prof. Chowdari Prasad, Dr Gururaj, Dr Prashant Yatgiri and Dr Vidya Pratap attended the two day event. A book titled 'International Accreditation MBA Game Changer' authored by Mr Raman was released on the first day.

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WORLD BRAND CONGRESS

The Military Experience-Vice Admiral (Retired) Ganesh Mahadevan Lectures at TAPMI

The World Brand Congress was a meeting place over 500 of the world's branding and marketing elite professionals who met under one roof. We could hear top executives from the World's biggest brands and most influential marketing organizations answering today's critical business challenges and sharing their Experience on the power of Brand-Building and on Marketing ideas to reach out to the consumer at the World Brand Congress 2012. TAPMI was the Bronze Sponsor for this prestigious event.

Very few times students of business administration get a perspective of organizational behaviour in a military organization. Today, the students at TAPMI experienced an enthralling session by Vice Admiral (Retd) Ganesh Mahadevan on his involvement with the Indian Navy. He gave an exhaustive and informative view of organizational behaviour at work at Indian Navy. He began his speech by saying 'The more we sweat in peace, the less we bleed in war', which was much applauded by the audience. He introduced them to the Indian perspective of transformation what it takes to become a world class navy. He gave a brief insight on the challenges faced by a military organization.

Mr. Mahadevan (Retd.) Vice Admiral, Indian Navy delivers the talk.

• Dr. Raghuram, President, TI Cycles & BSA Motors visited TAPMI for a Guest Lecture on “Business Strategy at TI Cycles”.

He ended the lecture by saying that organizational behaviour is a vast field of study, and the extent of implementation depends on context, size of the organization something that is highly valued and essential in a manager or leader in today's professional world.

• Ms. Anuricha Chander DGM HR at Technopak Advisors visited the institute for a brief discussion with the students of the PGP 1.

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TAPMI in News

Indian Express

Udayavani - Kannada

Times of India

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Udupi-Manipal Information Konkan Railway Corporation (KRC) is a subsidiary of the Indian Railways (IR). It operates the Konkan Railways, a subsidiary zone of the Indian Railways. It is headquartered at CBD Belapur in Navi Mumbai. The company started its full operations of trains on 26 January 1998.The first passenger train which ran on Konkan railway tracks on 20 March 1993 between Udupi and Mangalore. Konkan Railway Corporation is at the forefront of research and development of new technologies and concepts for Indian railways. During its initial years of operations in the mountainous Konkan region, a spate of accidents prompted Konkan Railway to investigate new technologies. The anti-collision devices, the Sky Bus and RORO are a few of the innovations from Konkan Railways.

Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd.

Type Public limited Industry Railways Founded July 19, 1990 Headquarters Navi Mumbai Area served Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka Stations 59 Technical Information Line length 738 km (458.57 mi) Track length 738 km (458.57 mi) Track gauge 1676 mm (5 ft 6 in) broad gauge Operating speed 120 km/h (75 mph)

RORO RORO means Roll On Roll Off, where loaded trucks are directly carried by railway wagons to their destination. Konkan Railways passes through tough terrains of India. There is NH-17 passing through same route. Truck drivers find it extremely difficult to drive loaded trucks through ghats, undulating surfaces, narrow roads and poor road and weather conditions. The KRC came with concept of RORO, where loaded trucks are moved on wagons and are travelled by train. This has helped in saving of fuels, decrease in wear and tear of lorries (trucks), relief to drivers of driving in extreme conditions, can reach faster to destination. This also helps in decongestion of roads and lowering of pollution. This concept has been beneficial for both truck operators and KRCL.

Trucks on train, RORO

The RORO service was started in 1998 between Kolad in Maharasthra to Surathkal in Karnataka. In the last 13 years, Konkan Railway has carried 2,54,731 trucks at an average of 22,000 trucks per year. Konkan Railway currently runs five racks of service between KoladVerna, Kolad-Surathkal and Ankola-Surathkal. They are now building the sixth rack which can take bigger trucks with tandem axle 11


Sky Bus Konkan Railway has introduced a novel, patented concept of Sky Bus. This is seen as solution for problem of public transportation problem in thickly populated areas, especially in big cities. The unique feature of this concept that it requires less space and money as compared to other Mass Rapid Transit systems. The self-propelled coaches hang over rails mounted on a structure and travel. This concept can be easily implemented even on existing roads. Vehicles can move on the road and Sky bus can move on their top. Hence the name Sky Bus. A prototype is ready at Madgaon railway station.

Side view of Skybus Metro car

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TAPMI earns

CRISIL A««« grading for the second consecutive year

A PGDM T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) (Manipal, Karnataka)

CRISIL Business School Grading

ADMISSIONS NOTIFICATION 2013-2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Management Post Graduate Diploma in Management- Healthcare (AICTE approved Two Year Full Time Residential Programmes)

• Accredited by NBA • Globally Accredited by AACSB • Specializations in Marketing, Finance, HR, Systems and Operations • Highly involved Industry Interface • Impeccable Placement Record for the last 28 years • 42 acres hi-tech green campus

ADMISSION PROCESS:

• Apply online at www.tapmi.edu.in

 Brochures at ` 1500/- available at Axis Bank/ Indian Overseas Bank / T.I.M.E. and IMS Coaching centers across the country / TAPMI - Manipal/ Bangalore

ELIGIBILITY • Minimum overall aggregate 50% in Graduation (10+2+3 or 10+2+4); Final year students may also apply • Valid scores of CAT 2012* / GMAT 2011-12 / XAT 2013 for PGDM and MAT 2012 for Healthcare

Apply online before January 15, 2013 *Our Institute uses CAT for short-listing the candidates for our Post-graduate Programme in Management. IIMs have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the programme.

T. A. PAI MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Manipal - 576 104, Karnataka Ph: 0820 2701010, 2701070 E-mail: admissions2013@tapmi.edu.in

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