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Shree Chanakya Education Society’s

INDIRA SCHOOLApproved OF BUSINESS STUDIES by AICTE

CREATING SUSTAINABLE CAREERS

IMPARTING VALUE AND PURPOSE

PROSPECTUS 2018

POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT


CONTENTS PROFILE - ISBS OUR VISION AND MISSION CHAIRPERSON MESSAGE GROUP DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE MANAGEMENT ADVISORY BOARD-ISBS INFRASTRUCTURE

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STUDENTS WELFARE

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OUR MASTERS

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THE PROGRAM OFFERED - PGDM

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ADMISSION PROCEDURE

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FEE STRUCTURE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EXPOSURE PROGRAM (IBEP)

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (CDP)

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EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

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INSTITUTIONAL COMPETITIONS

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STUDENTS ACTIVITIES

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INDIRA EDITORIALS

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DISCIPLINARY POLICY AT INDIRA

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CORPORATE RELATIONS CELL PLACEMENT @ INDIRA INDIRA SUSTAINABLE MAHARASHTRA INITIATIVE ACCOLADES TO INDIRA

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ISBS - PROFILE

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ndira School of Business Studies (ISBS), Pune, was established under the aegis mantle of Shree Chanakya Education Society (SCES). Shree Chanakya Education Society began as a trust in 1994, under the visionary leadership of Dr. Tarita Shankar, encumbered with the explicit vision to provide sustainable impetus to the corporate and entrepreneurial abilities of the youth. Unrelenting initiatives by the Management Team at Indira led to the creation of multi disciplines such as Management, Information Technology, Pharmacy, Commerce, Science and Engineering. All this growth is enabled and sustained by the expertise and exertions of Prof. Chetan Wakalkar, Group Director, Indira Group of Institutes, whose commitment and concern for student development stands unmatched. SCES has grown steadily and today boasts of several Institutes, having more than 8000 students, from all over India, pursuing multi-disciplinary, graduate and postgraduate programs. The Institutes managed by SCES have maintained high academic standards and have successfully provided trained manpower to the diverse industry sectors of the country. Indira School of Business Studies (ISBS) was established as a professional school to meet the growing needs of the business sector to build, explore and expand the corporate and entrepreneurial abilities in the youth.

In a short span of time, the programs of the Institute were approved by AICTE hereby matching recognition with ability which allowed ISBS to establish its presence in Pune as a premier business education institute. ISBS and its efforts at quality education received further impetus in 2013, when its MBA Program received Affiliation with Savitri Bai Phule Pune University. The curriculum design, methodology utilized and practiced, coupled with technology for teaching keeps the students abreast of the trends in all the fields of business and assures greater articulation building higher perfection standards of the same. ISBS believes that the emerging global environment requires professional graduates to be armed with the sufficient knowledge and confidence of facing tough and competitive scenarios. The current global economy has created an environment where managers have to face greater situational challenges; predict and handle the vagaries of the market and provide better quality.

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VISION & MISSION Vision - IGI To create a center of academic excellence in the field of Management and IT education, with the purpose of fulfilling the industry requirements through holistic development of future performers who are also good human beings and possess the right knowledge, skill sets and attitude towards their work and life.

Mission - IGI To promote a learning environment that welcomes and honors men and women from diverse cultures for involving themselves in intellectual inquisitiveness, explore knowledge dimensions for future applications in industry, business and life. Ÿ To develop managers and entrepreneurs in the field of management and IT, who can serve as engines of national and global economic growth and innovation. Ÿ To foster strategic alliances with industry for research and its application. Ÿ To inculcate the ethical, social and moral values in all our stakeholders which is the basis of humane social order. Ÿ

Vision (ISBS) “To become the preferred Business School for Students, Faculty and all Industry."

Mission (ISBS) To promote a learning environment for students from diverse cultures and engage them in all globally relevant knowledge dimensions for future applications in Industry,all aspects of Business and Life. Ÿ To provide a research oriented learning environment for faculty. Ÿ To foster alliance with all the industry vertical. Ÿ To promote ethical and social values as a basis of humane social order. Ÿ

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SUSTAINABLE INCLUSIVE GROWTH THROUGH INNOVATION The vision at Indira School of Business Studies (ISBS), Pune, India, is a holistic developmental approach, integrating purpose, values and methodology of education. Our purpose lies in developing the capabilities of students to be future generators of sustainable value for business and society at large and to work for an inclusive and sustainable global economy We incorporate into our academic activities and curriculum the values of social responsibility. The methodology aims at creating educational framework that enable effective learning experiences for responsible leadership. Such an environment requires professional graduates not only armed with the necessary knowledge but also conďŹ dent of facing extremely competitive scenario to keep abreast of the trends in the ďŹ eld of business. The need will be felt increasingly to innovate. Creativity will only be a beginning; the challenge will be to transfer creative ideas into tangible solutions. INDIRA provides visionary leadership, creative ambience, faculty strength and holistic learning to create managers of tomorrow.

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CHAIRPERSON MESSAGE

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ursuit of Management Education at Indira Group of Institutes has been an inspiring journey. With over two decades of existence, and shortly closing on twenty five years of celebrating education, Indira strongly believes in the power of education to transform the youth. The philosophy, governance and values of business are witnessing a sea change and plenty of its repercussions are already being witnessed across the globe. Indira embraces these changes and epitomizes matching innovation in curriculum. Such transformational efforts lead our aspiring managers to become professionals who develop capabilities to lead in dynamic environment. Quality being the bottom line for every industry, Indira has never lost sight of the fact that for India to forge ahead in its drive towards economic supremacy in the world, it is the quality of our people who drive it that matters most. And quality, as the cliché goes, is never an accident but an article of faith, and the entire faculty team at Indira embodies such dedication to quality. The Indira Group has proven itself on this count and has no intention of resting on its laurels. Indira offers holistic and transformative learning experience, designed and delivered by experts from industry and academia. While the curriculum keeps the programs contextually abreast, innovative pedagogies inspire application oriented learning. Indira strives to create good human beings and not just professionals. With the confidence that our intentions have matched our efforts, I wish you the very best in the future.

DR. TARITA SHANKAR Chairperson Indira Group of Institutes, Pune

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HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL FOR OPM 51 (2016-18) Some Learnings The culture of your organization is defined by what people do when you are not around! Even during crisis don’t forget to run your business! Without execution vision is just another word for hallucination

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GROUP DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE Dear Aspiring Leaders,

T

hese are exciting times for us as a nation, for we march conďŹ dently

ahead to make an impact on the world as a global leader. In order

to achieve this, our government has taken evolutionary reforms in the form of demonetization, recapitalization of public sector banks and the implementation of the much awaited GST bill. This along with better governance and a more transparent decision making system is making India an attractive destination for many global MNCs. The World Banks 'Doing Business Report' 2018 ranked India at 100, which is a jump of nearly 30 places from its earlier 130 ranking. This would surely give an impetus to our governments 'Make in India' and 'Start-up India 'initiatives, spurring greater entrepreneurship and hence employability. At the same time the pace of change is tremendous and technology is driving this in a big way. Industry 4.0 , the block chain economy , crypto currency are just some of the disruptions that are challenging the way business is conducted today. We at ISBS will prepare you to be the leaders that India needs to emerge as a world economic power. Each one of you has the potential to be a champion and a winner. ISBS with its unique and contemporary curriculum, innovative teaching methodology and experienced academic team, provide you the best launch pad for your dream careers. Extensive industry exposure through our various platforms and a highly dedicated corporate relations team help to attract some of the best recruiters for you. Come be a part of the future – as responsible citizens of a great Nation. Let ISBS show you the way! Best always

PROF. CHETAN WAKALKAR Group Director & Managing Trustee Indira Group of Institutes, Pune

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DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

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cademic institutions have the potential to generate a wave of

positive change, thereby ensuring that individual aspirations

ourish along with sustainable growth for business and environment. Such vast and incredible knowledge generation shapes the attitudes and behavior of business leaders through business education, research, training, and other pervasive, but less tangible, activities such as the spread and advocacy of new values and ideas. The roles and responsibilities of business as a global force are becoming more urgent and complex, and concepts related to foresight and agile decision making skills are gaining recognition as essential elements in business management. Indira School of Business Studies (ISBS) recognizes this precept of business leadership and augments its teaching and learning to drive business behavior through academics. ISBS has complete faith in the potential of Indian youth and believes that unleashing such potential, demands all the students learning to occur within a powerful learning environment which provides active, self-directed acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes. At ISBS our industry-academia interaction brings forth managers of business corporations to extend the knowledge of their challenges, with the future leaders of business. All such efforts are aimed to have an impact commensurate with every student's ambitions. The curriculum is ever evolving and has a progressive outlook with an intellectual rigor, where a sound foundation of critical thinking and articulating is laid, in an environment that encourages curiosity and discovery. We enlist the support of a strong team of faculty, who put their best efforts to motivate our students and guide them towards professionalism. ISBS is where it is today, due to the synergy between our organizational vision and culture. We have adopted a holistic approach, integrating physical, emotional and social development as we aim to build an attitude amongst the young aspiring managers, on how they can continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire. These values form the basis of our efforts to maintain being a premier management institute and we look forward to sharing this experience with you.

DR. RENU BHARGAVA Director Indira School of Business Studies

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MANAGEMENT ADVISORY BOARD-ISBS Management Advisory Board steers the efforts in furthering the mission and goal of an institute. Board members provide advice on strategic planning and developing the Institute’s reputation locally, nationally and globally as a leader in business education. As a visible and inuential body in the community, the Board acts as a conduit to link individuals, resources and opportunities to the institute. Through their leadership positions in respective industries and communities, board members garner support for the research, teaching and service initiatives of the institute.

The Management Advisory Board comprises of individuals who have distinguished themselves in their careers and who are recognized leaders in their professions and communities. The members are known for their ability to synthesize information and place it within the appropriate social, environmental and economic context. The strength and diversity of the membership is representative of the business communities that Indira School of Business Studies serves.

Mr. Anant G Nadkarni

Mr. Shantanu SenSharma

Ms. Renuka Krishnan

Vice President Group Corporate Sustainability - TATA

Co - Founder Ozone Education Consultants (pvt) Ltd, Ex- Vice President - Tech Mahindra

Ex - Associate Vice President Talent Acquisition - KPIT

Mr. Sanjeev Kotnala

Mr. Bijoy Guha

Mr. Prasanth Nayak

Brand & Marketing advisor, Trainer, facilitator and Life-success Coach - MICA

Consultant (Ex CEO Tata Yazaki Autocomp)

CEO Yazaki India Ltd.

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INFRASTRUCTURE CAMPUS: Indira School of Business Studies is located in the hub of the path towards the Pune - Mumbai Expressway. ISBS believes in providing an environment that fosters continuous improvement and innovation with related technical support and facilities to enhance student learning and faculty effectiveness. Some distinctive features of over a 7000 sq. Built-up: Campus are includes: Modern classrooms, Seminars Hall, Syndicate Rooms and Tutorial Centers with complete Wi-Fi connectivity make teaching and learning a memorable experience for the faculty and students. Each class room is ďŹ tted with projection television, overhead projectors, and whiteboards.

IT INFRASTRUCTURE AND COMPUTER CENTERS: ISBS has state of the art IT infrastructure. The institute is equipped with latest workstations and interactive smart classrooms with audiovisual units. ISBS has one to one/many video conferencing facilities. Wireless connectivity for students is provided throughout the campus including the hostels. The 50 MBPs dedicated Internet connectivity caters to the internet requirements within the campus 24 x 7. The students experience enhanced communication, coordination and collaboration with their faculty members, coordinators and team mates via personalized mail box on Live@edu(ofďŹ ce365) and 25GB free space on sky drive. The Library is digitally available to students for their reference books within the campus. The IT Infrastructure also covers the latest Licensed software for designing and Simulation of projects, statistical analysis and project presentation. Security (physical & data access) within the campus is administered via surveillance cameras and data access policies implemented via various servers using Microsoft technology. 11


THE LIBRARY:

MULTIMEDIA LIBRARY: The library has a separate place exclusively devoted for a multimedia digital library section. It has in housed with 10 PCs with all the A/V facilities. Library has one of the finest collections of academic reference videos and CDs comprising of national and international titles along with text book CDs at its video resource center. Library procures latest videos from sources such as Video Education Australasia and Harvard Business Resources. The library Video Resource Center helps enhance the inputs given to our students & makes learning a more enriching experience. Also users can surf the internet, listen and watch academic related audios & videos, access e-resources like AICTE approved subscribed online management databases i. e. EBSCO & J-Gate, National Digital Library online resources, e-journals, e-books, previous question papers, syllabus booklets (through library website) etc. in the multimedia digital library section. Apart from this, users can also browse the library catalogue through web OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue). The digital library is designed and developed keeping in view the shifting IT environment and the day to day needs of modern students.

The library facilitates the production and dissemination of knowledge, information, insights & intellect in all areas of management and these are constantly updated. Library provides open access facility to all its users. The library has over the years built a robust collection of 35388 books volumes, over 85 current subscriptions to hard copy journals (both national & international) and periodicals, over 1400 CDs, DVD's and videos, and many other resources like student's project reports, question papers, syllabus, daily newspapers, business magazines etc. The collection includes resources relevant to teaching, learning, training, research and consultancy needs of the users. Library has annual institutional membership of British Council Library, Pune. Photocopy & Scanner facility is available for reference needs of users. Separate reading room facility is available for the students.

GYM AND FITNESS CENTER: Indira has developed a modern and well-equipped Gymnasium and Fitness Center for the students, which is headed by a full-time Fitness Instructor. We strongly believe that in today's fast-paced and stressful business environment, it is imperative to maintain 100% physical fitness. Gym, yoga and aerobics form the key components of our Fitness Program. Fully equipped gymnasium and health centers have trained individuals to conduct sessions in yoga, Art of living, aerobics and other forms of physical fitness regime for students and faculty members.

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PLACEMENT CELL: Indira Group of Institutes has a Corporate Relations cell headed by an Executive Director - Corporate Relations. The cell is a hub which aims to provide suitable career and training guidance to students according to their interests and capabilities. The institute aims in fully assisting students for Summer Internship Program in the Industry as well as final placements by arranging campus interviews for recruitments in corporate houses of all public and private sectors and several other MNCs. Through our Corporate Relations Cell Indira aims to build a bridge for smooth transition of students from academics to economically independent Citizens.

STUDENT WELFARE Ÿ Ÿ

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ISBS provides certain benefits to students as a part of their enrollment package Medical facilities: The SCES has medical support provided by Birla Hospital and students of ISBS are provided with medical insurance as a part of the student welfare facility Scholarship for Economically Backward Classes Smart formal Uniforms and Work gear Bags are provided to all students Subsidized Transport daily to and fro the campus Subsidized meals in the canteen LCD's and Overhead Projectors in all Classrooms Hostels have amenities such as televisions, washing machines and refrigerators Gymnasium and Student activity center: There exists a contemporary gymnasium on campus and there are several games and cultural competitions organized by the Institute, such as National Level Business Plan Competitions, Sports Competitions, Environment Quiz, and Intellectual and Cultural Competitions

SPORTS FACILITIES: Indoor Table tennis/Chess/ Carrom Boards/Gymnasium with instructors

Outdoor Basket ball / Volley ball / Football/Cricket / Athletics / Outdoor Management Training (trekking, rock climbing, rappelling)

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OUR MASTERS ISBS has a judicious blend of faculty with a combination of youth from the corporate and academia mingled with experienced stalwarts with vast experience in the Industry and Academics. Industry experts visit our campus as guest faculty and visiting faculty. To name a few Guest Faculty who have enlightened students and shared their life & corporate learnings with ISBS students are mentioned below:

GUEST SPEAKERS AT ISBS NAME

COMPANY

Mr. Prakash Javadekar

HRD Minister, Govt of India

Mrs. Rashmi Shukla

Commissioner of Police, Pune, Govt of India

Mr. Vishal Agarwal

Bavaria Motors

Mr. Sanjay Panigrahi

Pidilite Industries

Mr. Milind Pathak

Madhouse South Asia

Mr. Rakesh Kumar Relan

HDFC Bank

Mr. Vivek Shinde

Forbes Marshall

Ms. Nimisha Akhouri

Zovi.com

Mr. Ajay Bakshi

Vodafone Shared Services

Mr. Sandeep Tyagi

Samsung Electronics

Mr. Selvaraj.K.

Dena Bank

Mr. Kirti Azad

Tata Teleservices Ltd

Mr. Sourav Gupta

ITC

Mr. Vaishali Gupta

Crane Process Flow Technology India Pvt Ltd

Mr. Pushp Raina

HDFC Ltd.

Mr. Jyoti Nair

Reval Analytics

Mr. Sandeep Tyagi

Samsung Electronics

Mr. Selvaraj.K.

Dena Bank

Mr. Kirti Azad

Tata Teleservices Ltd

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NAME

COMPANY

Mr. Sourav Gupta

ITC

Mr. Vaishali Gupta

Crane Process Flow Technology India Pvt Ltd

Mr. Pushp Raina

HDFC Ltd.

Mr. Jyoti Nair

Reval Analytics

Mr. Anuradha Das

Tata Motors

Mr. Abhijeet Parlikar

John Deere India Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Avinash Kirpekar

Solutions of Analytics (SOA), Pune

Mr. Abhishek Trehan

Solutions of Analytics (SOA), Pune

Mr. Pavan Savant

NGO, Muktangan Education

Mr. Sudesh C. Soni

Ordnance Factory, Pune (Retd.)

Ms. Binal Gandhi

The Learning Curve Academy

Mr. Sameer Gunjal

Ennovate Solutions

CA Rishabh Parakh

Money Plant Consulting

Mr. Rakesh Jindal

HDFC

Mr. Chandrashekhar Tilak

National Securities Depository Limited

CA Rohit Bora

M/s Ratan Chandak & Co.

Mr. Harsh Deodhar

Patanjali Mega store

Mr. Pratik Satpute

Reservation Executive

Mr. Shahrukh Pathan

Floor Manager

R Sudarshan Bijoe George

Dell EMC

K V Sridhar “Pops”

Hyper Collective

Anand Pejawar

SBI Life Insurance Co Ltd.

Awantika Bhardwaj

Tieto India Pvt. Ltd.

Sachidanand Kulkarni

Founder and CEO, SRK Consulting

Shabbir Husain

Hats - Off Digital Pvt. Ltd.

Dr. C M Dwivedi Dr. Tanaya Mishra

Fazlani Group of Companies

Dr Sanjay Muthal

RGF Management Search

S K Dutt

First Equals Global

Chandramowli Srinivasan

SKF India Limited

Sanjay Puria

WNS

Venkatesh Bhat

Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt Ltd

Arif A. Siddiqui

Coign Consulting

Sharmila H. Amin

Bertling Logistics India Pvt. Ltd.

Cisco India & SAARC, Cisco

Accenture India Centre

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VISITING & ADJUNCT FACULTY NAME

QUALIFICATION

SUBJECTS

EXPERIENCE

Prof. Guha Bijoy

B.E

46 Years

Prof. J.P. Singh

B.Sc, L.L.B., MBA (Marketing)

Prof. Sudesh Soni Dr. Jayant Panse

B.Sci. (Chemical Eng.)

Sector Study Seminar Legal Aspects of Business kills Lab Supply Chain Management

Prof. S.K.Vaze

B.Sci., C.A.I.I.B B.Sci., C.A.I.I.B

International Finance International Finance

44 Years 44 Years

Prof. R. Natrajan

B.Sci, MBA

Business Govt & Policy

40 Years

Prof. Debashish Dutta

B.E, MBA

HR Audit / Strategic

40 Years

Prof. Sudhindra Mujumdar

M.Sc., MMS, PGDBM, Adv. Diploma in E-Com., Ph.D.

Retail Mgmt. & E-Commerce

38 Years

Prof. Prasad Kalbhande

M.B.A. (Finance)

Security Analysis & Portfolio Mgmt.

33 Years

Services Marketing

27 Years

Prof. Kingshuk Bhadury Prof. Sumit Roy Prof. Sonia Jain

BA, MA, B.ed

Bus. Ethics & Corporate Governance Economic Analysis For Business Decision

44 Years

24 Years 23 Years

Prof. Hema Anand

B.A. (Eng. Honors, Hotel Mgt), PGDM (Marketing)

English

22 Years

Prof. D. K. Sakore

B.Tech., PGDM, NET

International Marketing

22 Years

Prof. Poonam Aswani

B.com., MBA

Business Communication

17 Years

Prof. Neha Sahni

B.COM, MBA

Strategic & Enterprise Performance Management

15 Years

Prof. Saryu Sahajpal

BA, MBA

HR Accounting & Compensation 14 Years Management

Prof. Ronak Shah

M.Com., C.A.(ATC), TTally Software CertiďŹ ed B.E., M.B.A. (Marketing)

Prof . Ashutosh Gadekar

B.Com, MBA( FIN), PHD

Enterprise Performance Management

12 Years

Prof. Rohit Lalwani

B. COM, MBA

B2B Marketing

11 Years

Dr. Ashwini Sovani

B.COM., MBA, Ph. D.

Prof. Abhijit Survepatil

B.E., PGDBM, MMM

Retail Management & E - Commerce IT Skills Lab

Prof. Amol Charegaonkar

B.E., MBA

Excel

08 Years

Prof. Malti Chijwani

BMS, MMS, Ph.D.(pursuing)

News Analysis

08 Years

Prof. Namrata Mandloi

PGDBA, MPM

Strategic HRM

08 Years

Prof. Arjun Panchal

B.E., MBA

Entrepreneurship Development & Project Mgmt.

08 Years

Prof. Vilas Puranik

B.COM., M.COM

Marketing of FMCG & Development & Project

08 Years

Prof. Rohan Bhase

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M.P.M., MBBA, BHM, PGDM (HRM, MSCIMA) M.A., M.Phil., B.Sc, Diploma in Training & Development

45 Years

Risk and Treasury Mgmt

13 Years

Aptitude

12 Years

10 Years 10 Years


FULL TIME FACULTY AT ISBS NAME

SUBJECTS

QUALIFICATION

SPECIALIZATION

EXPERIENCE

Dr. Renu Bhargava

Director & Professor

B.A, MPM, Ph.D.

HR

28 Years

Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni

Deputy Director & Professor

B.A. (English), MBA (HR), DCA Ph. D

HR

10 Years

Dr. Abhinav Jog

Professor

B.com, MBA, M.com, CAIIB, PGDBA, Cert. Crse in Japanese, Ph.D

Banking & Finance

33 Years

Dr. Meena Goyal

Professor

B.com, M.com, IPCC, Ph.D.

Finance

16 Years

Dr. Mahesh Mangaonkar

Professor

B.E. (Chemical), MBA, M.Phil., PGDIBO, Ph. D

Operations

15 Years

Dr. Yogesh Daudkhane

Professor

BHMCT, MMS, MPM, DLL & LW, Ph. D

HR

11 Years

Dr. Suvarna Deshpande

Associate Professor

B.Pharma, MBA, Ph. D.

Marketing

23 Years

Prof. Chetan Wakalkar

Associate Professor

B.E. (ETC), MBA (MKTG)

Marketing

19 Years

Prof. Rupesh Andhrutkar

Associate Professor

B.Com, MPM (HR)

Marketing

19 Years

Dr. Mrs. Pujar Rajlaxmi

Associate Professor

Marketing

17 Years

Dr. Komal Singh

Associate Professor

B.Sc. (Agri), MBA, Ph. D. B.com, M.Com, NET, Ph.D,

Finanace

16 Years

Dr. Abhilash Pradhan

Associate Professor

B.COM , MBA (Fin) Ph.D.

Finanace

15 Years

Dr. Gagan Preet Ahluwalia

Associate Professor

MBA, MA, Ph. D

Marketing & HR

14 Years

Associate Professor Associate Professor

B.E.(Mech.), MBA, Ph.D B.A. (Eco), M.A. (Eco), Ph.D

Marketing

14 Years

Econimics

12 Years

Dr. Chanakya Kumar

Associate Professor

B.Sc. (Physics), MBA (Marketing), NET, Ph.D

Marketing

12 Years

Dr. Bagirathi Iyer

Associate Professor

B.Com, PGDBA, M.Com. Ph. D.

Marketing

10 Years

Dr. Natashaa Kaul

Associate Professor

B.Sc., MBA, M.Sc. Ph. D

HR

06 Years

Mr. Mangesh Dande

Asst Professor

DME, MMS( Prod), DSM, DBM, SAP ( PP )

Operations

31 Years

Mr. Anand Deo

Asst Professor

B.Com., MBA

Finance

23 Years

Mr. Suhas Mekhe

Asst Professor

B.E. (E & T/C), MBA

Marketing

20 Years

Dr. Pujar Rajlaxmi

Asst Professor

B.Sc. (Agri), MBA, Ph. D.

Marketing

17 Years

Dr. Yogesh Mahajan Dr. Parmeshwar Yadav

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NAME

SUBJECTS

QUALIFICATION

SPECIALIZATION

EXPERIENCE

Mr. Vishal Desai

Asst Professor

B.Com, PGDRM

Marketing

16 Years

Dr. Vishal Thelkar

Asst Professor

B.E. (Prod)., MBA(HR & Mktg), Ph.D.

HR & Marketing

14 Years

Mr. Laxman Misal

Asst Professor

B.Com, MBS, PGDBM, M.Com.

HR

13 Years

Mr. Nitin Bhande

Asst Professor

BA, PGDBM, MBS

Marketing

10 Years

Mr. Rohan Das

Asst Professor

B.Sc., M.B.A (Mktg)

Marketing

13 Years

Mr. Yogesh Baviskar

Asst Professor

BE, MBA, SET

Marketing

13 Years

Ms. Neetu Randhawa

Asst Professor

BA, MBA

HR

09 Years

Mrs. Arpana Boodle

Asst Professor

BA, MBA

HR

09 Years

Mr. Suyog Chachad

Asst Professor

B.E.(E&TC), MBA

Finance

09 Years

Dr. Kalpana Deshmukh

Asst Professor

B.Sc, MBA, Ph. D.

HR

09 Years

Mr. Manmohan Vyas

Asst Professor

B.Com, MBA (Finance), MBA (HR)

Finance & HR

08 Years

Mrs. Amruta Deshpande

Asst Professor

B.Sc., MBA (Hosp., Magmt)

HR

08 Years

Mr. Raji Thomas

Asst Professor

B.Com., MMM

Marketing

07 Years

Mr. Rajyavardhan Tater

Asst Professor

B.Com., PGDM, C.A.

Marketing

07 Years

Mr. Tausif Mistry

Asst Professor

B. Pharma, MBA, UGC NET

Marketing

06 Years

Prof. Amrita Karnawat

Asst Professor

BBS, MBA

Finance

06 Years

Ms. Shikha Sindhu

Asst Professor

PGDM, MPM

HR

06 Years

Mr. Tanay Kurode

Asst Professor

BBA, MBA, Cert. Fin. Planner (CFP)

Finance

05 Years

Dr. Madhura Pimplapure

Asst Professor

B. Com, MBA,Ph.D.

Marketing

05 Years

Mrs. Sarita Agarwal

Asst Professor

B.Com., MBA, M.Com.

Finance & Marketing

04 Years

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THE PROGRAM OFFERED st

nd

POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM) (Intake - 240 Seats [I & II Shift]) The PGDM Program is approved by AICTE. PGDM is a two years full time program comprising of four semesters. Specializations offered in the purview of the PGDM Program are Marketing, Finance and Human Resources Management. Each functional specialization articulates a wide choice of electives such as Banking and Financial Services which provide flexibility in course selection and prepares students for placement in their choice of Industry. Aided by modern communication and information technology, PGDM at ISBS has a high operational efficiency and effectiveness. The flexibility afforded to the PGDM program keeps the students abreast of the trends in the field of business and assures greater articulation of the same. Students with any stream of graduation can pursue the PGDM Program. The assessment for PGDM Program is a Choice - Based Credit System (CBCS) and its assessment is captured through Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA). Students from various academic backgrounds are eligible for admission to this course. Hence, in the first semester of the program, students are exposed to the various fundamental concepts of Management. Along with these the student is also given exposure to the dynamics of Accounting, Statistics and Quantitative Techniques, Business Law, Communication Skills, Managerial Economics. Additionally, skill based subjects such as Skill Enhancement Lab, IT Skills Lab, to name a few, help to enhance the students' managerial skills. Specialization commences in the second semester where the student learns about the functional area of their choice in great detail. To prepare the students for industry specific requirements a course on C2C (Campus to Corporate) Marketing/Finance/HRM is included in the curriculum. Based on the choice of specializations offered of Marketing, Finance and HRM, at the end of the first year, the students are required to undertake project work assignment (Summer Internship Program) in an organization. The project assignment is intended to give the students an opportunity to sharpen their knowledge and skills in their final career. The Program is of a duration of 60 days and a detailed project report of dissertation is submitted for full grade evaluation after the completion of the aforesaid before the beginning of the second year. The course outline for PGDM follows a choice based credit system. Essentials in management are delivered through core courses. Electives in specialization core offer the students an opportunity to choose inputs to design their career by focusing on higher end inputs from the various sector or functional combinations. The course design provides students the opportunity to gradually build Competencies in verticals such as Sales; Consultancy; Projects; Market Research etc. Continuous Evaluation of students forms an integral part of the curriculum. Forty percent of the evaluation is done on a continuous basis and sixty percent is devoted to semester end assessment. Particular

Semester I

Semester II

Semester III

Semester IV

Total Nos. of Subjects

Total Credits

Total Marks

Generic Core

9

5

5

1

20

52

1600

Specialization Core

-

5

4

3

12

36

1200

Electives

-

2

2

2

06

12

300

Total Number of Subjects

9

12

11

6

38

-

-

Total Credits

25

32

28

15

-

100

-

Total Marks

850

1000

850

400

-

-

3100

Each Student has to complete 100 Credits to qualify for certification in the following manner: a) 20 core Courses amounting to 55 Credits are compulsory for all students regardless of specialization. b) Student would opt for specialization in the II semester and has to complete all the 11 core specialization courses amounting to 33 Credits. c) The remaining 12 credits he/she has to complete by opting for the specified no of electives from the set of electives being offered. 19


GENERAL WITH SPECIALIZATION IN MARKETING SEMESTER I

Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core

Course No G - GC - 101 G - GC - 102 G - GC - 103 G - GC - 104 G - GC - 105 G - GC - 106 G - GC - 107 G - GC - 108 G - GC - 109

SEMESTER II Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Name of Subject Managerial Economics Management Accounting Legal Aspects of Business Managerial Communication Basics of Marketing Statistics and Quantitative Techniques Organization Behaviors & Theory of Management Skill Enhancement Lab IT Skills Lab Total

Credits 03 03 02 03 03 03 03 03 02 25

Marks 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 800

Course No G - GC - 201 G - GC - 202 G - GC - 203 G - GC - 204 G - GC - 205 G - MC - 206 G - MC - 207 G - MC - 208 G - MC - 209 G - ME - 210 G - ME - 211 G - ME - 212 G - ME - 213 G - ME - 214 G - ME - 215 G - ME - 216

Name of Subject Financial Management Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Quality and Operations Management Sector Study - Seminar Product and Brand Management Sales and Channel Management Integrated Marketing Communications Consumer Behaviour C2C (Campus to Corporate) - Marketing Supply Chain Management New Age Marketing Talent Management Contemporary HR Initiatives Principles & Practices of Banking Accounting & Finance for Bankers

Credits 03 03 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02

Marks

100 100 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50

Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

32

1000

Course No G - GC - 301 G - GC - 302 G - GC - 303 G - GC - 304 G - GC - 305 G - MC - 306 G - MC - 307 G - MC - 308 G - MC - 309 G - ME - 310 G - ME - 311 G - ME - 312 G - ME - 313 G - ME - 314 G - ME - 315

Name of Subject Strategy and Enterprise Performance Management Summer Internship Programme International Business Exposure Programme Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Entrepreneurship Development B2B Marketing Retail Management Services Marketing Marketing of FMCG Digital Marketing and E-Commerce Marketing of BFSI HR Metrics Strategic Human Resource Management Credit Analysis & Appraisal Legal Aspects of Banking Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 03 03 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 28

Marks 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 850

Course No

Name of Subject Innovation Management & Sustainability Customer Relationship Management International Marketing Contemporary cases in Marketing Telecom Marketing Marketing of IT and ITES HR Manual Project on Best HR Practices Rural Banking & Micro-Finance Finance Lab Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 02 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 15

Marks 50 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 450

SEMESTER III Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

SEMESTER IV Nature of Course Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective 20 Elective Elective

G - GC - 401 G - MC - 402 G - MC - 403 G - MC - 404 G - ME - 405 G - ME - 406 G - ME - 407 G - ME - 408 G - ME - 409 G - ME - 410


GENERAL WITH SPECIALIZATION IN HR SEMESTER I

Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core

Course No G - GC - 101 G - GC - 102 G - GC - 103 G - GC - 104 G - GC - 105 G - GC - 106 G - GC - 107 G - GC - 108 G - GC - 109

Name of Subject Managerial Economics Management Accounting Legal Aspects of Business Managerial Communication Basics of Marketing Statistics and Quantitative Techniques Organization Behaviour & Theory of Management Skill Enhancement Lab IT Skills Lab Total

Credits 03 03 02 03 03 03 03 03 02 25

Marks 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 800

SEMESTER II Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Course No G - GC - 201 G - GC - 202 G - GC - 203 G - GC - 204 G - GC - 205 G - FC - 206 G - FC - 207 G - FC - 208 G - FC - 209 G - FE - 210 G - FE - 211 G - FE - 212 G - FE - 213 G - FE - 214 G - FE - 215 G - FE - 216

Name of Subject Financial Management Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Quality and Operations Management Sector Study - Seminar Labour laws 1 Industrial Relations Knowledge Management Learning and Development C2C (Campus to Corporate) -HRM Supply Chain Management New Age Marketing Talent Management Contemporary HR Initiatives Principles & Practices of Banking Accounting & Finance for Bankers Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 03 03 03 02 02 03 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 32

Marks 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 1000

SEMESTER III Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Course No G - GC - 301 G - GC - 302 G - GC - 303 G - GC - 304 G - GC - 305 G - FC - 306 G - FC - 307 G - FC - 308 G - FC - 309 G - FE - 310 G - FE - 311 G - FE - 312 G - FE - 313 G - FE - 314 G - FE - 315

Name of Subject Strategy and Enterprise Performance Management Summer Internship Programme International Business Exposure Programme Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Entrepreneurship Development Recruitment and Selection in Different Sectors Sustainable HR Practices Performance Management System Compensation and BeneďŹ ts Digital Marketing and E-Commerce Marketing of BFSI HR Metrics Strategic Human Resource Management Credit Analysis & Appraisal Legal Aspects of Banking Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 03 03 02 03 02 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 28

Marks 100 100 50 100 50 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 850

Course No G - GC - 401 G - FC - 402 G - FC - 403 G - FC - 404 G - FE - 405 G - FE - 406 G - FE - 407 G - FE - 408 G - FE - 409 G - FE - 410

Name of Subject Innovation Management & Sustainability Labour Law 2 Human Resource Information system Organizational Development & Human Resource Audit Telecom Marketing Marketing of IT and ITES HR Manual Project on Best HR Practices Rural Banking & Micro-Finance Finance Lab Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 02 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 15

Marks 50 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 450

SEMESTER IV Nature of Course Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

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GENERAL WITH SPECIALIZATION IN FINANCE SEMESTER I

Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core

Course No G - GC - 101 G - GC - 102 G - GC - 103 G - GC - 104 G - GC - 105 G - GC - 106 G - GC - 107 G - GC - 108 G - GC - 109

Name of Subject Managerial Economics Management Accounting Legal Aspects of Business Managerial Communication Basics of Marketing Statistics and Quantitative Techniques Organization Behaviour & Theory of Management Skill Enhancement Lab IT Skills Lab Total

Credits 03 03 02 03 03 03 03 03 02 25

Marks 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 800

SEMESTER II Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Course No G - GC - 201 G - GC - 202 G - GC - 203 G - GC - 204 G - GC - 205 G - FC - 206 G - FC - 207 G - FC - 208 G - FC - 209 G - FE - 210 G - FE - 211 G - FE - 212 G - FE - 213 G - FE - 214 G - FE - 215 G - FE - 216

Name of Subject Financial Management Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Quality and Operations Management Sector Study - Seminar International Finance Retail Banking Operations Indian Financial System Financial Services C2C (Campus to Corporate) - Finance Supply Chain Management New Age Marketing Talent Management Contemporary HR Initiatives Principles & Practices of Banking Accounting & Finance for Bankers Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 03 03 03 02 02 03 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 32

Marks 100 100 100 50 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 1000

SEMESTER III Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

Course No G - GC - 301 G - GC - 302 G - GC - 303 G - GC - 304 G - GC - 305 G - FC - 306 G - FC - 307 G - FC - 308 G - FC - 309 G - FE - 310 G - FE - 311 G - FE - 312 G - FE - 313 G - FE - 314 G - FE - 315

Name of Subject Strategy and Enterprise Performance Management Summer Internship Programme International Business Exposure Programme Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Entrepreneurship Development Indian Tax Structure Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Derivatives and Risk Management Wealth and Personal Financial Management Digital Marketing and E-Commerce Marketing of BFSI HR Metrics Strategic Human Resource Management Credit Analysis & Appraisal Legal Aspects of Banking Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 03 03 02 03 02 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 28

Marks 100 100 50 100 50 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 850

Course No G - GC - 401 G - FC - 402 G - FC - 403 G - FC - 404 G - FE - 405 G - FE - 406 G - FE - 407 G - FE - 408 G - FE - 409 G - FE - 410

Name of Subject Innovation Management & Sustainability Financial Reporting and Disclosures Strategic Cost Management Mergers and Acquisitions Telecom Marketing Marketing of IT and ITES HR Manual Project on Best HR Practices Rural Banking & Micro-Finance Finance Lab Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 02 03 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 15

Marks 50 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 450

SEMESTER IV Nature of Course Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective

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THE PROGRAM OFFERED POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT – Marketing (Intake – 60 INTAKE) PGDM - Marketing program is approved by AICTE and is a specialized two years course in Marketing. In the emerging environment, marketing management with its customer centric focus assumes a predominant status. This philosophy reflects in the PGDM -Marketing curriculum and the flexibility accorded to the program keeps the student abreast of the trends in the field of business and assures greater articulation of the same. PGDM - Marketing curriculum prepares the students for functional specialization in Marketing. In this program, besides general management input, students are offered sectorial specialization electives in terms of preparing them for career in sector verticals. The PGDM – Marketing students can specialize in function-sector combination through the electives offered. Additionally, skill based subjects such as Skill Enhancement Lab, IT Skills Lab, to name a few, help to enhance the students' managerial skills. To prepare the students for industry specific requirements a course on C2C (Campus to Corporate) Marketing is included in the curriculum. At the end of the first year, the students are required to undertake project work assignment (Summer Internship Program) in an organization. The project assignment is intended to give the students an opportunity to sharpen their knowledge and skills in their selected Industry Sectors of Business and also serves as a stepping stone for their final career. The Project Work Assignment Program is of a duration of 60 days and a detailed project report of dissertation is submitted for full grade evaluation after the completion of the aforesaid before the beginning of the second year. In the second year the students undergo intensive training in specialized marketing subjects with immense stress on learning through case studies and field projects of actual interaction within the industry. Continuous Evaluation of students forms an integral part of the curriculum. Forty percent of the evaluation is done on a continuous basis. For the remaining sixty percent evaluation is done through a written test at the end of each semester for which Question Paper Setting and Evaluation is done by external panel. Total Nos. of Subjects

Total Credits

Total Marks

4

32

88

2800

-

-

-

-

-

2

2

2

6

12

300

009

12

11

6

38

-

-

Total Credits

25

32

28

15

-

100

-

Total Marks

800

1000

850

450

-

-

3100

Particular

Semester I

Semester II

Semester Semester III IV

Generic Core

9

10

9

Specialization Core

-

-

Electives

-

Total Number of Subjects

Each Student has to complete 100 Credits to qualify for certification in the following manner – a) 32 Core Courses amounting to 88 Credits are compulsory for all students regardless of specialization b) The remaining 12 credits he/she has to complete by opting for the specified number of electives from the set of electives being offered.

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PGDM - MARKETING SPECIALIZATION SEMESTER I Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core

Course No M - GC - 101 M - GC - 102 M - GC - 103 M - GC - 104 M - GC - 105 M - GC - 106

Name of Subject Managerial Economics Management Accounting Legal Aspects of Business Managerial Communication Basics of Marketing Statistics and Quantitative Techniques

Credits 03 03 02 03 03 03

Generic Core

M - GC - 107

Organization Behavior & Theory of Management

03

Generic Core Generic Core

M - GC - 108 M - GC - 109

Skill Enhancement Lab IT Skills Lab Total

03 02 25

Marks 100 100 50 100 100 100 100 100 50 800

SEMESTER II Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core

Course No M - GC - 201 M - GC - 202 M - GC - 203 M - GC - 204 M - GC - 205 M - MC - 206 M - MC - 207 M - MC - 208 M - MC - 209 M - MC - 210

Name of Subject Financial Management Marketing Research Human Resource Management Quality and Operations Management Sector Study - Seminar Product and Brand Management Sales and Channel Management Integrated Marketing Communications Consumer Behaviour C2C (Campus to Corporate) - Marketing

Credits 03 03 02 02 02 03 03 03 03 03

100 100 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 100

Elective Elective Elective

M - ME - 211 M - ME - 212 M - ME - 213

Supply Chain Management

02 02 02 32

50 50 50 1000

New Age Marketing Competitive Strategy Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Marks

SEMESTER III Nature of Course Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Generic Core Elective Elective Elective

Course No M - GC - 301 M - GC - 302 M - GC - 303 M - GC - 304 M - GC - 305 M - MC - 306 M - MC - 307 M - MC - 308 M - MC - 309 M - ME - 310 M - ME - 311 M - ME - 312

Name of Subject Strategy and Enterprise Performance Management Summer Internship Programme International Business Exposure Programme Business Ethics and Corporate Governance Entrepreneurship Development B2B Marketing Retail Management Services Marketing Digital Marketing & E Commerce Marketing of FMCG Marketing of BFSI Rural Marketing Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 03 03 02 02 03 03 03 03 02 02 02 28

Marks 100 100 50 50 50 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 850

Course No

Name of Subject Innovation Management & Sustainability Customer Relationship Management International Marketing Contemporary cases in Marketing Telecom Marketing Marketing of IT and ITES Development of Marketing Plan Total (Considering choice of 2 electives)

Credits 02 03 03 03 02 02 02

Marks 50 100 100 100 50 50 50

15

450

02

SEMESTER IV Nature of Course Generic Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Specialization Core Elective Elective Elective

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M - GC - 401 M - MC - 402 M - MC - 403 M - MC - 404 M - ME - 405 M - ME - 406 M - ME - 407


ADMISSION PROCEDURE FOR PGDM ADMISSION PROCEDURE FOR ICAP 2018-19 Eligibility: A candidate is declared eligible for PGDM Courses, if he/she has passed the degree examination of a recognized university with a minimum of 50% marks and minimum 45% marks for backward class from any state of India. Such candidate's application must be accompanied with relevant caste certificates and non- creamy layer certificates at the time of confirming the admission. Absence of such certificates at the time of submitting the Admission application forms for admission to the course disqualifies them from reserved category seats, and such candidates will be considered for open/general category. Final year degree students, who have not received their results will be allowed to appear for the admission process, provided at the time of taking admission they have a certificate from their college/university about being a final year student awaiting results. Before applying for admission process for ISBS PGDM Program, candidates must have a written test score of any of the following tests: AICTE-CMAT/CAT/XAT/MAT/ATMA/G-MAT Candidates will be shortlisted for admission to its mentioned courses based on: Indira Common Admission Process (ICAP) - 2018: Admission to ISBS will be based on performance of candidates in following categories of ICAP: Component

IGI Weightages (%)

Score in Common Entrance tests

50%

Group Discussion

10%

Interview

15%

Work Experience

05%

Academic Performance in X Std., XII Std., Degree

20%

The percentile scores of different entrance tests will be normalized by using a multiplier.

PROCESS FOR ICAP - 2018 Stage 1: Registration for ICAP Candidates will fill up the ICAP online registration form for GD, PI and Counseling, available on www.icap.indiraedu.com Candidates will be required to be present in their choice of the city for ICAP process of GD, PI and Counseling. The GD, PI and Counseling will be held in the following cities on the dates mentioned against them: th

4 March 2018 - Nagpur, Jabalpur, Bhopal, Udaipur, Raipur th

7 April 2018 - Udaipur, Nagpur, Jamshedpur and Bhopal th

8 April 2018 - Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Kota, Ranchi, Kanpur, Patna and Raipur th

Pune City ICAP will be held on Following dates at Indira Campus as follows – 15 April 2018 Note: Dates mentioned above are tentative. Shree Chanakya Education Society reserves the right to change or allot a city other than the one requested by the candidates in the event of feasibility and circumstances beyond our control. While we are keen to have the admission process in all the centers mentioned above, we reserve the right to cancel any of the Centers depending upon the contingencies and such information will be conveyed to candidates well in advance through ICAP website and such candidates can enroll in the center closest to their city. The addresses of other locations, reporting time and other related details will be conveyed to the students through the ICAP website in the month of March 2017. Stage 3: Merit List for Admission Merit lists for admission will be displayed by respective institutes on their institute website and campus. The dates for the same will be intimated through the respective Institute website. Note: For updated details regarding admission keep visiting ISBS website: www.indiraisbs.ac.in 25


FEE STRUCTURE 1st Year Fees – Batch 2018-19 Sr. No. Category

Annual Fees* PGDM / PGDM-Mkt. 3,00,000.00

1)

Tuition Fee

2)

Development Fund 35,000.00 Total

3,35,000.00

2nd Year Fees - 2019-20 Sr. No.

Category

1)

Tuition Fee

Annual Fees* PGDM / PGDM-Mkt. 3,00,000.00

2)

Development Fund

35,000.00

Total

3,35,000.00

Fee Payment Schedule for PGDM courses: Ist Year st

1 Installment: INR 1,00,000 at the time of admission 2ndInstallment: INR 1,35,000 on 24th July 2018 3rd Installment: INR 1,00,000 before 28th August 2018 Residential Facility ON CAMPUS GIRLS HOSTEL & MESS FEES HOSTEL FEES Rs 5,000/- Security Deposit (Refundable) | Rs.5,000/- Administrative charges. (Non Refundable) | Rs. 44,000/- Hostel Fees. All fees to be paid in SCES Accounts (Tapasya Bldg) at the time of admission in full by Cash or DD in favour of Shri Chanakya Education Society Payable at Pune.

MESS FEES Mess fees Rs.43,700/-( Inclusive of all taxes) to be paid in full at the time of admission by DD in favour of M/s Little Chef Cafe payable at Pune, to be paid to Mr. Kumar Anna at Universe Campus Canteen. MESS IS COMPULSORY

2nd Year 1st Installment: INR 2,00,000 on or before 7th July 2019 02ndInstallment" INR 1,35,000 on or before 28th August 2019 BOYS HOSTEL FEES Rs.5,000/- Security Deposit (Refundable) Rs.5,000/-Administrative charges.(Non Refundable) Above fees to be paid in SCES Accounts (Tapasya Bldg) at the time of admission in full by Cash or DD in favor of Shri Chanakya Education Society Payable at Pune. HOSTEL FEES Rs. 33,600/- Hostel fees (Two, Three, Four Bed) Rs. 48,600/- Hostel fees (Single Bed) (Subject to Availability) Akshar Hostel fees to be paid in respective Hostels at the time of admission in full by Cash or DD in favour of R Square Payable at Pune. Note - The above mentioned fees of Hostel is approximate and is subject to change MESS FEES Mess fees Rs.43,700/-( Inclusive of all taxes) to be paid in full at the time of admission by DD in favour of M/s Little Chef Cafe payable at Pune, to be paid to Mr. Kumar Anna at Universe Campus Canteen. MESS IS COMPULSORY For All Hostel Students ISBS has the right to change above mentioned Hostel Fees, and this shall be intimated to candidates at the time of confirming their admission. Refund Policy- ISBS The candidate who has been provisionally admitted through ICAP may cancel admission by submitting an application in duplicate, before the commencement of the academic sessions. Refund of fees will be as per AICTE norms and once the academic session begins the Institute is not liable to refund any fees till all seats get filled for the particular course. Note: Hostel Fee can be revised prior to start of Academic Admission for a particular batch. 26


CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS (CDP) Indira School of Business Studies believes in the holistic development of students and though the academic calendar forms the basis of the agenda, abundant cynosure is given to co-curricular activities. In order to mold productive and result oriented managers of the future, we conduct the Career Development Program, which is taught concurrently the main program. Unique and innovative co-curriculum activities are initiated at ISBS which focus on the extra edge that students need in their personality to succeed in a competitive environment. ISBS owes its gratitude to the Indian Industry for consistently collaborating with us in our endeavor towards adding value to our students by helping us create customized programs based on our state of the art teaching, research and consulting techniques. Renowned industrialists visit us and exponentiate the learning of our students, by sharing their vast knowledge and experiences. These initiatives have enabled us to foster strategic alliances with the industry which has translated into knowledge packed initiatives at ISBS. Such initiatives are known as Career Development Programs. Some such initiatives are as under: 1. In house training centers by Industry & Joint Certification Programs with Industry: Indira Group has collaborated with some of the prominent corporates to provide domain and functional training to its students. Some the associations are as follows: ICICI SECURITIES: Trains the finance students on Personal Finance & Wealth Management through practical exposure and classroom training of 16 hrs. ICICI has also established a training cell at ISBS. DELOITTE: Deloitte Support Services India Pvt. Ltd and Indira Group of Institutes offer Joint Certification Programme (JCP). The association allows the training of students on domain as well as soft skills. Each student who successfully completes the JCP is eligible for applying to Deloitte for final placement. Such an exposure increases the placement probability multi fold in the companies from the similar sectors such as Deloitte. HDFC BANK: Indira along with HDFC bank conducts a joint certificate program for Indira students in Banking. ICICI BANK: Indira along with ICICI bank conducts Online Banking Modules. 2. Certification Courses: ISBS has collaborated with agencies to provide certification courses to students in respective domain, such as Technical Analysis, Financial Modeling, Financial Analytics, Job analysis, Competency Mapping, Payroll Management, Innovation Management, Personality Development and the like. Such workshops provide insights to students into various predictive tools which can be used in the conduct of work in Industry. 3. Field Projects with Industry Visits: Students at ISBS are required to complete field projects within the industry. ISBS students are engaged with companies such as Future Group, Transmission Pvt. Ltd, General Motors India Pvt. Ltd, Cap Gemini, Saint Gobain, Thomas Cook, Bajaj Allianz in the academic year 2017-18. 4. Industry Interface through Seminars and Conferences ISBS has continuously strived for the best corporate exposure to its students, as it firmly believes that a strong industryacademic interface plays a pivotal role in enriching the learning experience at a B-School. Thus, a judicious blend of theme seminars, panel discussions, conferences, guest lectures, CEO interactions, academic sponsorship of national and international corporate events, research activities, field studies are constantly a part of the curriculum. 5. Industry Interface through Corporate Leadership Awards Indira Group is a pioneer in hosting corporate excellence award functions to recognize corporate excellence and contributions of young corporate achievers. Such recognitions are conferred by way of annual ceremonies such as Marketing, Finance & HR summits, hosted on campus. 6. Collaboration with Corporate Bodies and Associations ISBS has membership with Bodies representing Industry and has successfully collaborated with them in various initiatives. 27


Some of these successful collaborations are: Ÿ Maratha Chamber of Commerce Industries & Agriculture, Pune (MCCIA) Ÿ Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI New Delhi) Ÿ Confederation of Indian Industries-Young Indians, Pune (Cll-Yi) Ÿ National Human Resource Development Pune, Chapter (NHRD) Ÿ Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) Ÿ Education Promotion Society of India (EPSI) Ÿ National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) Ÿ Pune Management Association (PMA) Ÿ Microsoft Ÿ Abu Dhabi University Ÿ ESDES University-France Ÿ Mission Apollo Ÿ International Business Simulations (iBizSim) Ÿ Stratecent Consulting Ÿ Ozone Education Consultants Pvt. Ltd Ÿ Rudders RL SPty Ltd, Australia Ÿ ICICI Securities Ltd Ÿ Pragati Foundation (NGO) Ÿ IncuCapital Ÿ Enactus, Nottingham, UK Ÿ SynechronTechnologies Pvt. Ltd Ÿ HDFC Bank Ÿ ICICI Securities Ltd Ÿ Deloitte Ÿ AdityaBirla Memorial Hospital Ÿ All India Management Association Ÿ Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) 7. Business Incubation at ISBS Existing students with Business Plans identified with the potential to get converted to start-up companies find a conducive platform at ISBS at pre-revenue stage to get incubated in the Institute and develop their product prototypes and business models before they take it forward as a fully functional small enterprise. ISBS offers students the benefit of available infrastructure, active mentoring and guidance, access to business networks and other resources from the institute. 8. Guest Faculty from Industry Guest Speakers from Industry are invited regularly to share their valuable experiences in various fields with the students. This enables students to understand and relate the complexities of business with the conceptual knowledge imparted in the institute. 9. Industry Visits ISBS imparts training to students through visits to the industry. The value addition comes by way of observing the processes within organizations and discussions with representatives of the organization. Such experiences have a lasting impact in the memory of students. Following companies have been visited by our Students in the foregone years. Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Kimberly Clark Praj Industries Manikchand Group

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Suzlon Energy Kalyani Steel Forbes Marshall

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United Breweries Ltd Honeywell Turbo Technologies Garware Wallropes Ltd

10. CDP by Corporate Trainers System Thinking Ÿ IT and Business Ÿ Problem Solving Ÿ Strategic Thinking Ÿ

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Team Building Ÿ Best Practices Ÿ Decision Making Ÿ Sales and Consultative Selling Skills Ÿ

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Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust General Motors India Pvt. Ltd


11. Simulation ISBS conducts Simulation Exercise in association with The Learning Curve Academy in association with L&T Mutual Fund, called Finance GYM (GYM stands for Grow Your Money). Finance GYM is a fun way for the students to learn how to manage their finances before they enter the workforce and start earning money. The students learn about financial planning by playing an ONLINE simulation game and attending classroom sessions. The Finance GYM game is an ONLINE interactive game, in which the students create and manage a virtual portfolio with real investment products to achieve the financial goals they have been given. By playing this game, they will learn the basics of financial planning, including basic financial terminology, tax planning and insurance. 12. English Language Proficiency ISBS conducts special course in English for students who are not having the expected level of proficiency in English. It is a mandate @ ISBS for students who are weak in English to complete this course and reach to a certain level of proficiency. English is a global language for business all over the world. It has resulted in the knowledge of English being a nearmandatory requirement for critical jobs. Apart from having an impressive command over spoken English, today’s competitive corporate culture demands an equally impressive command over written English as well. It is mainly because almost all forms of business communication such as emails, presentations, sales and marketing and even corporate legal documentation are now carried out in English. Thus it is imperative to have a certain level of proficiency in English for management trainees. 13. Ozone A bridge building activity to cater to the expectations of the industry from the management graduates, ISBS provides the students with a skill development activity called "OZONE". The industry experts train the students on their interview skills, group discussions and summer internship project presentation. In this program the students are given an insight on how they can portray the applicability of their project work in organization that they would be joining. 14. Psychometric Testing Students undergo psychometric testing by certified agencies. This enables them to identify their areas of strength and also helps the students to realize the functional area in which their aptitude lies. 15. Personality Development Program Language Leadership Lab: Indira School of Business Studies focuses not only on imparting knowledge on various technical domains but also lays high emphasis on improving the Communication skills of students. Language Leadership Program works on students to improve their Spoken English skills and Soft skills so that they can communicate effectively in various situations. It prepares students in Reading, Speaking, listening and writing skills in English Language. These sessions are extravagantly extensive, highly result oriented and are conducted by a highly experienced trainer. To accomplish the objective, ISBS has a well-equipped audio- visual "English LAB" with the latest technology to enhance interactive learning. The LAB has softwares that help the students to learn and grade themselves on various parameters The LAB is developed on the methodology of Listening, Speaking, Writing and Reading skills. It has the following interactive modules: Ÿ Audio recording for assessing one's speech Ÿ Vocabulary Building modules Ÿ Self-Paced Reading Exercises Ÿ Interactive quizzes Ÿ Listening Exercises Soft Skill Development: Besides communication skills, ISBS aims to nurture and empower its future managers with domain knowledge, by sharpening appropriate soft skills to meet the ever-changing needs of modern globalized business procedures. Programs are calculatedly process driven with content standardization, validation of execution and with appropriate trainer selection as per the requisite skills. The Program includes inputs on: Ÿ Goal Setting and Career Planning Ÿ Positive Thinking and Motivation. Ÿ Time Management, People Skills, Business Etiquette. Ÿ Personal Grooming Hygiene and many more. 29


16. Students Mentoring ISBS firmly believes in molding the future managers by providing personalized guidance in their development. Towards this end, a mentoring program has been institutionalized to counsel them on the key attributes to become effective managers and future leaders. The program also covers issues connected with the recruitment and selection process of managers and how the students can confidently face such processes. 17. MOOCs ISBS integrated MOOCs – Massive Online Open Courses in the curriculum. ISBS offer few MOOCs as a compulsory module to students along with certain MOOCs of their choice. MOOC considered to be a new model for online courses that have quickly gained interest and support in higher education world-wide. MOOCs allow students to complete full courses of study in a non-traditional format, a certificates for course completion integrated into programs ISBS already offers. MOOCs basically are technologies involved courses which includes video lectures, discussion forums, tests, and assignments. MOOCs are built on efficiency of scale, giving access to the teaching of a world class professor to thousands of students at once. The lectures, assessments and activities for a course – especially an online course – and the expertise of the professor behind the content. A MOOC throws open the door of the professor's classroom, allowing him to teach more than just a few dozen students at a time. Considering the hike in global demand for online learning and the rapid rise in the number of Indian students enrolling for MOOCs, it is clear that the interest in MOOCs will continue to grow in India. Government recognizing the power of MOOCs: The Union Budget FY17 focused on providing entrepreneurship, education and training in 2,200 colleges, 500 government industrial training institutes, 300 schools and 50 vocational training centers via MOOCs. Another major initiative proposed in the Budget was the launch of digital literacy schemes to reach six crore rural households in the next three years. This indicates the government's intentions to uplift online education in India. The AICTE has also been advocating incorporating MOOCs in technical courses through Swayam Portal. ISBS Offers offer few MOOCs as a compulsory module to students along with certain MOOCs of their choice. 18. Webinars Webinar, being the latest tool in teaching and pedagogy, ISBS incorporated webinars in the methodology. A webinar is an event held on the internet which is attended exclusively by an online audience. Defying all the latest communication trends towards everything being shorter and quicker, the average viewing time for webinars is increasing year on year, and currently stands at an average of 56 minutes! From a teaching and educational perspective, webinars are interesting because of the very high degree of interaction, helping participants to learn and understand more quickly. 19. Smart Classrooms Considering the hike in global demand for online learning and the rapid rise in the number of Indian students enrolling for MOOCs, it is clear that the interest in MOOCs will continue to grow in India. Government recognizing the power of MOOCs: The Union Budget FY17 focused on providing entrepreneurship, education and training in 2,200 colleges, 500 government industrial training institutes, 300 schools and 50 vocational training centers via MOOCs. Another major initiative proposed in the Budget was the launch of digital literacy schemes to reach six crore rural households in the next three years. This indicates the government's intentions to uplift online education in India. The AICTE has also been advocating incorporating MOOCs in technical courses through Swayam Portal. ISBS Offers offer few MOOCs as a compulsory module to students along with certain MOOCs of their choice.

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EXPOSURE PROGRAM (IBEP) The philosophy of ISBS behind providing International Business Exposure Program (IBEP) to the management students is to align student's business acumen with the global business environment.

Each tour provides students with unique opportunities to explore the daily operations of global organizations and contextualize the key management themes studied on the program. Students attend a series of taught seminars and on-site company visits to investigate the role of companies within different sectors and the business culture prevalent for the region. Students are exposed to a wide variety of subjects such as Sales Excellence, Doing Business in a Global Environment, Innovation Management and Human Resource Management. Students also gain valuable insight into the contemporary business landscape through company visits and guided tours.

Such a unique Business Exposure Program to international destinations of business prominence helps to immerse students in another world culture. The experience exposes students to the challenges and opportunities faced by organizations around the world. It also extends students global awareness and enhances their international perceptions and perspectives as Future Managers.

FACULTY INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE PROGRAM ISBS indorses the concept of quality in education and is dedicated to make certain that the faculty members are well-equipped and well-connected with business scenario world-wide. ISBS has a ďŹ rm belief that international exposure plays a major role when you want to succeed in today's economy. Therefore, at ISBS, faculty members are encouraged to take on international assignments in terms of teaching, research and collaboration.

Some of the latest events of ISBS faculty exposure to international assignments are as below: Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni, Professor and Deputy Director, Indira School of Business Studies, conducted a session on the topic of "Green Business Practices in India" for the students of James Cook University (JCU), Singapore on 31st August 2017 at JCU. Prof. Manmohan Vyas, Assistant Professor and Dean-MBA, Indira School of Business Studies, conducted a session on the topic of "Sustainability in Education" for the students of James Cook University (JCU), Singapore on 6th September 2017 at JCU. International Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering and Management (IASTEM) invited Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni, Professor and Deputy Director, Indira School of Business Studies as Keynote Speaker and Guest (Session Chair) for 256th International Conference on Economics and Business Management (ICEBM) on 7th & 8th October 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. She addressed the research scholars on the topics of "Sustainable Development Goals and Its Importance in Academic Research." 31


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6 INDIRA BRAND SLAM 2017 Indira Group of Institutes (Management College) celebrated its 6th Brand Slam gala event on the 25th and 26th of September' 2017. “Products are made in the factory, but Brands are created in the minds." This statement is indeed very true. In order to appreciate, acknowledge and gain from the pilgrims of some established Brands, IGI organized the 6th "Indira Brand Slam", an annual Marketing and Branding Summit, on September 23 and 24 2017. It had representation from Companies like Channels & Alliances, Dell, EMC, Cisco India, D-Link India Ltd, Onward Technologies Ltd., Hyper Collective, SBI Life Insurance Co Ltd, Tieto India Pvt. Ltd., SRK Consulting, Hats-Off Digital Pvt. Ltd. & Husain Habib, Fazlani Group of Companies, Accenture India RGF Management Search, First Equals Global, SKF India Limited, WNS BPO, Atria Convergence Technologies Pvt Ltd, Coign Consulting Bertling Logistics India Pvt. Ltd. and Oracle India. Senior Executives of these companies were conferred upon Super Achiever Awards. They shared the saga of their inspiring journey with the audience and also gave a glimpse of how Branding is expected to formulate in 2020!!

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THE WORLD QUALITY CONGRESS JULY 2017 ISBS students got an opportunity to witness the World Quality Congress. It takes one beyond conformance to specifications and standards. A forum to learn from experts to find real world solutions to real world problems. Participants learnt about applying tools such as TQM and Six Sigma at the workplace situations. They also learnt how to improve operational processes and customer service. It helps them understand how to reduce costs and increase customer loyalty and satisfaction from leaders in the quality industry. The World Quality Congress is an exceptional educational opportunity which brings on the latest topics in quality management principles, techniques, theories and implementations for management professionals and students.

THE WORLD MARKETING CONGRESS NOVEMBER 2017 ISBS Marketing students got chance to attend the World Marketing Congress. The World Marketing Congress took place in the month of November 2017 at Hotel Taj Lands' End in Mumbai, India. The conference covered areas such as: Ÿ Changing Marketing Dynamics - Towards a sustainable tomorrow Ÿ Marketing in today's world is not just about the product; it is about the culture in which the product is marketed Ÿ Uncovering The Unconscious: Power of Brands in Recalling Nostalgic Memories Ÿ Customer Empowerment, Perceptions, and Sustainability Ÿ Putting marketing in its place

WORLD HRD CONGRESS 2018 ISBS HR students participated in the World HRD Congress in February at Hotel Taj Lands' End. It was a huge success with over 1870 professionals in attendance from over 133 countries. Newer elements such as HR Tech; Diversity and Inclusion or Women Leaders in HR were introduced and well appreciated. The theme of this Edition was “Giving”. Students also got an opportunity to interact with Dr. Marshall Goldsmith the world's No 1 Leadership Coach. He is amongst the prominent guests for World HRD. He emphasized on the concept of “Giving back” which he feels plays an important role in building Organizations of the Future.

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PROMOTING INTEGRITY Indira Group of Institutes, Pune (IGI) recently organized a session on promoting integrity and eradicating corruption on 9th of November 2016 by Mr. Selvaraj K-Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO), Dena Bank. Mr. Selvaraj -, spoke about how a citizen can act as a whistle blower in coordination with the C e n t ra l V i g i l a n c e C o m m i s s i o n ( C VC ) . H e emphasized that corruption has been one of the major obstacles to political, economic and social progress of our country and all stakeholders such as the government, citizens and private sector need to work in unison to eradicate the corruption. Every member took an oath to fight against corruption. This Program also witnessed a breath-taking play performed by the students of Indira School of Communication, depicting the evils of corruption.

Guest Session By International Speaker Dr. Michelle Reina & Dr. Dennis Reina, The Authors of bestseller book "Trust and Betrayal" and Co-founders of "Trust Building Consultancy" have conducted an interactive session for ISBS students. The topic of the session was “TRUST” covering the aspects of: 1. Trust of Character 2. Trust of Communication 3. Trust of Capability

ISBS Career Guidance Program Budding professionals receive Career Guidance from Prof. Chetan Wakalkar, Group Director, Indira Group of Institutes.

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ABHINAVAN Research Publication: Indira School of Business Studies organizes International Conference on the contemporary topics every year to exchange ideas and to discuss about latest trends in business. This year ISBS hosted VIth International Research Conference ABHINAVAN 2018. The theme for conference-2018 was 'Startup India – A Spectrum of Sustainable Opportunities'. The Conference graced by eminent industry experts such as Dr. Anand Kurian from Management Development Institute of Singapore, Dr Kaustubh Dhargalkar -Founder Potentials & Possibilities, Dr. Vikas Joshi – Founder Harbinger Group & Dr Ravindra Utgikar – VP Praj Industries. Various other experts from industry and academia shared their stories and experiences with the students and inspired them for taking up the challenges of entrepreneurship.

INDIRA MANAGEMENT REVIEW (IMR) Indira Management Review is a bi-annual International Research Journal published by Indira School of Business Studies. Indira Management Review - IMR is UGC approved journal and it is indexed on platforms such as J-gate and i-Scholar. This journal endeavours to provide forums for academicians and industry participants to throw light on current and future concerns and challenges impacting the global business as well as promoting and disseminating relevant, high quality research in the field of management. ISBS has recently published IMRVolume XI Issue II December 2017.

INDIAPRENEUR 2018 INDIAPRENEUR THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION ISBS believes that the emerging global environment requires professional graduates to be armed with the sufficient knowledge and confidence of facing tough and competitive scenario. In this endeavor Indira School of Business Studies with the active involvement of its E-Cell, Arohan initiated “IndiaPreneur” as an attempt to foster the spirit of employment creators rather than just employment seekers. We wish to attract the budding entrepreneurs across the country and the globe. IndiaPreneur is an International Level B plan Competition initiated by Indira school of Business Studies, Pune with the sole objective of promoting and nurturing the spirit of Entrepreneurship among the youths of the nation. From the past 7 years ISBS has been receiving entries from top ranking B Schools including IIM’s , IIT’s, XLRI, ISB and their likes fighting it out for the coveted trophy of “IndiaPreneur” IndiaPreneur is associated with various organizations who support Entrepreneurship and believe in nurturing and growth the eco system of the city like Pune Open Coffee Club, 100rupis.com.etc

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STUDENT ACTIVITIES “Nexus” (Students Council) We at INDIRA strongly believe that "challenges can be converted into opportunities with hard work and an integrated approach." All student activities are conducted through total student involvement and participation. We strive to emulate the principles of teamwork and synergy, so as to derive greater benefits. The Student's Council is headed by a President and a Vice-President and acts as a guiding system for the Institute's success. The council comprises of various committees such as:-

Student Clubs

“Ingenius”- Indira's Genius!!!! (Marketing Club) ISBS believes in nurturing “creative instincts” of its students so that their talent gets an apt platform to flourish!! Ingeniusthe Marketing Club conducts myriad of events such as Quiz, Brand Revival, Debate, Extempore, Logo Designing and Ad Making etc. to get the best out of budding professionals!! ISBS Marketing aspirants participate in various marketing oriented activities with vigor and proved their mettle.

“Finovate” (Finance Club) Finance Club is a forum of finance students who are guided by the faculties from the finance domain. Under this club there are ample opportunities provided to the students to excel in the field of finance. Every year we have been doing activities and workshops such as: Finance Modelling, Investment essentials and Budget Decoded which ensure the students are abreast with all the current trends in Finance.

“Ensemble” (HR Club) Ensemble Club is driven by HR students. It emphasizes on the changing roles of HR and makes students get the insights on current trends, career paths, internship experiences and guidance for laying the foundation of a promising career in human resource management. The club also assists students in gaining membership to national HR societies such as NIPM, CII and MCCIA. HR Club indulges into activities such Scrapbook for HR, Workshops on HR Analytics and Book Reviews etc.

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Placement Cell Placement committee frequently interacts with the corporate world, thereby developing and maintaining symbiotic relations. It undertakes various activities related to campus placement for final year students, summer internship training for the first year students, Live Projects and interactive and training sessions for students.

“Arohan” (E-Cell) Arohan organizes several seminars on topics of current importance and relevance. They interact with CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Managers and Professionals from various spheres of business, who are invited as Guest Speakers in order to throw light the subject matter, with a view to change mind sets and broaden horizons.

“Dor” (Alumni Cell) Alumni Cell works as a bridge between the alumni and the almamater, both at the corporate and personal level. We look up to our alumni, as they are our best ambassadors in the corporate world and vital link in the Industry - Institute Interface.

“Invictus” (Sports Cell) Students, who are under constant pressure to learn and excel, need space and time to relax and revitalize themselves. The sports committee organizes OMT tournaments such as cricket, basketball, volleyball, football, badminton, Yoga and fitness to enliven the sporting spirit and enable students to feel rejuvenated.

“Udaan " ( Cultural Cell)

To provide a platform to students to display their talent, creativity, imagination and aid in their holoistic development, we have Udaan-the cultural cell at isbs. The cell organizes various events and competitions at institute viz independence day, teachers day, theme days, simulation compt, management gamed etc.... Udaan adds colors to students'life 37


These activities stimulate the learning process and ensure a holistic development of the student.

GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE According to AlCTE's Establishment of Mechanism for Grievance Redressal, Regulation 2012, the Grievance Redressal Committee has been constituted with the objective of resolving the grievances of students, parents and others. All the aggrieved students, their parents and others may henceforth approach the Grievance Redressal Committee.

INTERNAL COMPLAINT COMMITTEE The Internal Complaint Committee has been constituted with the objective of setting up a framework for: Providing a forum for women employees to vent their grievances relating to official matters. Imparting a degree of objectivity and fair play in the consideration of such a grievance. Ensuring prompt consideration and decision thereon, inculcating a feeling of participation in sharing the complexities of administrative and management responsibilities of the employer and to foster a sense of belonging in all in the institution. Indira has established an effective cell for redressal of Women Employees' Grievances as follows: S. No

Name

Designation

Responsibility

Contact No

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Dr. Natashaa Kaul

Presiding Officer

Member

020-66759446

02

Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni

Faculty Member

Member

020-66759409

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Prof. Manmohan Vyas

Faculty- ISBS

Member

020-66759408

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Dr. Madhura Pimplapure

Faculty- ISBS

Member

020-66759431

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Ms. Ruhi Dongaonkar

Non -Teaching Staff

Member

020-66759446

06

Mr. Nitin Bhande

Non -Teaching Staff

Member

020-66759463

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Ms. Pankhuri Mishra

Student (PGDM)

Member

+91 8149283256

08

Mr. Pranit Wakte

Student (MBA)

Member

+91 9096521942

09

Ms. Simran Sethi

Student (PGDM)

Member

+91 8447442481

10

Mr. Sushiv Joshi

Student (PGDM)

Member

+91 9425441244

11

Ms. Steffi Calmiano

Student (MBA)

Member

+91 8983837733

11

Ms. Gauri Kulkarni

NGO

Member

+91 9657998921

ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE 2017 - 18 S. No

Committee Members

Designation In Committee

01

Dr. Renu Bhargava

Chairperson

02

Mr. Laxman Misal

Secretary

03

Prof. Shraddha Kulkarni

Faculty Coordinator

04

Prof. Manmohan Vyas

Member- Faculty

05

Dr. Madhura Pimplapure

Member- Faculty

06

Dr. Natashaa Kaur

Member- Faculty

07

Mr. Madhukar Jadhav

Admin Coordinator

08

Mr. Nitin Phadtare

Member Administration

09

Mrs. Sangeeta Bobde

Member-Warden

10

Mr. Pranit Wakte

Member-Student (MBA 17-19)

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ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE 2017 - 18 S. No

Committee Members

Designation In Committee

11

Mr. Mohit Vashistha

Member-Student (MBA 17-19)

12

Mr. Akshay Deokar

Member-Student (MBA 17-19)

13

Ms. Mrunali Babhaulkar

Member - Student (PGDM 17-19)

14

Mr. Rohan Kohli

Member - Student (PGDM 17-19)

15

Ms. Ankita Rotangan

Member - Student (PGDM 17-19)

15

Adv. Nelson Narohna

Member - Counselor

15

Ms. Gauri Kulkarni

Representative - NGO

Students can contact any of the committee members and the Director's ofďŹ ce for any grievance. Phone Numbers: +91 20 66759400/04/06/15

ANTI-RAGGING SQUAD MEMBERS (2017-18) S. No 01

Committee Members Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni

Designation In Committee Faculty coordinator

02

Mr. Manmohan Vyas

Member- Faculty

03

Dr. Madhura Pimplapure

Member- Faculty

04

Mr. Madhukar Jadhav

05

Mr. Laxman Misal

Admin Coordinator Secretary

DRUG / ALCOHOL POLICY Students of Indira are expected to abstain from drugs and alcohol during their stay at the institute. Violation of this policy will lead to cancellation of admission.

DRESS CODE At Indira, we believe in inculcating a sense of discipline and belonging in the students by observing a strict dress code. Students are expected to wear formal dress (shirt & trouser for gents; western formals /salwar kameez for ladies) throughout the week, except on Saturdays which will be observed as 'casual-day'. On the occasion of guest lectures, seminars, etc. students are expected to be dressed in the Indira uniform (blazers, tie, shirt, trouser for gents/sari for ladies). A student failing to adhere to the dress code will not be allowed to attend the lectures and will face strict disciplinary action.

HOSTEL RULES The boys and girls Hostels at Indira have a set of rules which have to be adhered to strictly by the students. Each hostel is headed by a warden who acts as a facilitator and observer to maintain the discipline in the hostels and ensure its smooth functioning. Students opting to stay in the hostel will have to sign an undertaking in accepting the rules set by the management. Ragging of any type will not be accepted and the concerned students' admissions would be canceled immediately.

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EXTRA CURRICULAR Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee ‘PEHEL’ at ISBS Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee ‘PEHEL’ at ISBS S. No

Committee Members

Designation In Committee

01

Dr. Shraddha Kulkarni

Faculty coordinator

02

Mr. Manmohan Vyas

Member- Faculty

03

Mr. Mangesh Dande

Member- Faculty

04

Mr. Madhukar Jadhav

Admin Coordinator

05

Mr. Laxman Misal

Secretary

“PEHEL” at ISBS includes the participation of stake holders such as ISBS students and staff, non-government organizations (NGO), and the local community. The students and faculty actively participate in out reach program initiatives where they contribute their knowledge, skill and technical expertise to the community. ISBS has supported the program activities of several NGO’s operating in the community. Apart from funding various activities for the community, ISBS also extends the expertise in terms of knowledge and human resources for the success of NGO initiative and programs.

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Monetary contribution to Indian Blind Association by sale of stamps, the sales proceedings going for care of the Blind. Participation in the Marathon organized by FICCI FLO (FICCI ladies' organization) at Magarpatta City,Pune supporting the women empowerment cause. Participation in Traffic rules awareness campaign organized by Pune Traffic Police at Chinchwad, Pune. Organizing students rally for Save the Girl Child awareness at Tathwade, Pune. Visiting Navkshitij an NGO at Marunje village which cares for mentally challenged. Interacting and playing with the special friends. Organizing a drive for cleaning and reducing Plastic consumption at Tathwade, Pune. Regular visits for helping the inmates of Prena Bhavan, Tathwade an Initiative of Mother Teresa Foundation. Participation in a Street Play on the topic Terrorism at F. C. Road and J.M. Road Pune by Navkshitij NGO. Collaboration with Pragati Foundation an NGO in Pune dedicating for upliftment of economical weaker section of society at Dapodi, Pune. Helping to sell articles made by these people

Visiting and helping Sant Moni Baba Vriddhashram at Akurdi caring for Old age citizens Organizing a rally for Go Green awareness at Tathwade , Pune Collaborating with Industries Finolex Cables & Gulf Oil long with Pune Police in their safety drive for use of Helmets. This was at Police Grounds Shivajinagar, Pune Visiting and spending quality time with the senior citizens of Madhur Bhav Home at Dattawadi Nere Village, Pune Helped Navkshitij NGO by setting up a stall in campus for selling the articles made by mentally challenged friends Visited and helped the old age inmates of Madhur Bhav Home at Pimple Nilakh, Pune. Coordinated the Hill Climbing Competition arranged at Parvati Hills for Mentally Challenged students from Navkshitij and other NGO’s Visited and spent quality time with physically disabled students of Apang Shala at Nigdi, Pune. Participating and promoting the Digital Literacy Drive organized by Tata Technologies of Tata Group of Companies Participating in road safety week organized by Tata technologies of Tata Group of Companies

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FITNESS PROGRAMS AT ISBS At ISBS we strongly believe that the efficiency and effectiveness of individuals is directly related to the mental and physical health of an individual. In order to inculcate these qualities in our students, we have introduced a fitness program comprising of gym, yoga and aerobics. Students joining INDIRA compulsorily attend some form of fitness classes. INDIRA SPIRITUAL PROGRAM Vedanta Discourses in Vedanta are organized for students and we have collaborated with the Vedanta Academy founded by Shri Parthasarthy, and the disciples of the academy visit the campus to lecture the students about the Hindu way of life regularly or students are made to attend such sessions in the city. Indira Group of institute understands that in the race for corporate and material excellence our students should not lose sight of the need to maintain a spiritual and ethical balance. In order to promote greater spiritual awareness amongst the students, ISBS exposes the students to spiritual avenues such as Shri Vaswani Mission, Vedanta Academy and Art of Living.

ISBS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CELL (IRDC) ISBS has a separate unit dedicated to the research and development programs for the faculty members. The objective of IRDC is to encourage ISBS faculty members to actively take up meaningful research projects; to help generate and extend knowledge useful to the industr y, society and student community. All faculty members collectively contribute to the general objective of IRDC which is to build a center of excellence. IRDC assist faculty members in their endeavor to engage in good quality research and capacity building. Various internal and external FDPs are organized every year and faculty members attend workshop/ conferences and FDPs at various prestigious institutions including IIMs. ISBS has a separate provision in the Annual Budget for IRDC. 42


MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AT ISBS Management Development Programs at ISBS Pune are designed to provide working executives with state-of-the-art with the objective of providing insights into managerial concepts and techniques relevant for formulating and implementing strategies in various functional areas such as Selling and Negotiation, Sustenance Strategy in SME's, Finance for Non Finance, Human Resource Management for Non HR, Equity Research and Valuations, B2B Marketing etc. MDP at IRDC also accepts requests from organizations for conducting customized training programs for their executives at different levels, and offers customized programs to suit the business and developmental needs of client organizations. Standard Modules from regular MDP's are also combined and adapted, wherever necessary, to suit the requirements of client organizations.

PRINCIPLES OF RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION (PRME) Indira School of Business Studies, as an advanced signatory to the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) is committed to the six principles of PRME. The PRME which is a UN initiative is inspired by Global Compact driving businesses to engage in socially responsible and sustainable business practices.

As institutions of higher education are involved in the development of current and future managers ISBS declares its willingness to progress in the implementation, within our institution, of the following Principles. Starting with those that are more relevant to our capacities and mission, we will report on progress to all our stakeholders and exchange effective practices related to these principles with other academic institutions: Principle 1 | Purpose: We will develop the capabilities of students to be future generators of sustainable value for business and society at large and to work for an inclusive and sustainable global economy. Principle 2 | Values: We will incorporate into our academic activities and curricula the values of global social responsibility as portrayed in international initiatives such as the United Nations Global Compact. Principle 3 | Method: We will create educational frameworks, materials, processes and environments that enable effective learning experiences for responsible leadership. Principle 4 | Research: We will engage in conceptual and empirical research that advances our understanding about the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations in the creation of sustainable social, environmental and economic value. 43


Principle 5 | Partnership: We will interact with managers of business corporations to extend our knowledge of their challenges in meeting social and environmental responsibilities and to explore jointly effective approaches to meeting these challenges. Principle 6 | Dialogue: We will facilitate and support dialog and debate among educators, students, business, government, consumers, media, civil society organizations and other interested groups and stakeholders on critical issues related to global social responsibility and sustainability. To achieve this objective of PRME, we have launched “Center for Sustainability: Kalpvruksh” at ISBS, a beginning of an ecosystem of responsible management students at ISBS

CELEBRATION OF INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY “Asatama sadgamaya Tamaso ma jyotirgamaya, mrtyorma amritam gamaya” “Lead us from unreal to Real, lead us from darkness to the light. Lead us from the fear of death, to the knowledge of Immortality”. With the above prayer in our hearts and adhering to healthy initiative of the Ministry of Ayush, Indira School of Business st Studies (ISBS) celebrated the Yoga Day on 21 June2017 in ISBS. All the teaching and non-teaching staff of ISBS were present and participated in the Yoga day celebrations at the ISBS campus. Specially designed Yoga T- shirts were provided to the participants. Group Director and Director- ISBS shared their views on International Yoga day and benefits of Yoga. Dr. Renu Bhargava, Director -ISBS shared secrets about fitness, stress free and healthy way of life. A Quiz competition was conducted after the Yoga session amongst the different group members. The effort of everyone who participated was appreciated towards the Yoga day celebration. It was indeed one of many memorable successful events at ISBS.

ISBS Convocation: Batch 2015 -17 st

Indira School of Business Studies organised Convocation Ceremony for PGDM Students of Batch 2015-17 on 1 March 2018. The students were honoured to receive their diploma certificates at the hands of Union Minister of States for Social Justice and Empowerment, Mr Ramdas Athawale who stressed on the role of Indian youth to create innovative sustainable solutions for their nation. Dr. Tarita Shankar, Chairperson IGI and Prof Chetan Wakalkar, Group Director IGI, proudly hosted the convocation ceremony and urged their students to emulate progressive leaders such as Mr. Athawale, in creating value for the nation and stimulating economic growth.

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CORPORATE RELATIONS CELL Indira Group of Institutes has a placement cell headed by an Executive Director - Corporate Relations. The cell is a hub which aims to provide suitable career and training guidance to students according to their interests and capability. The cell aligns the competency of students with the career options available to them with the industry to enable a smooth transition into the real world. The institute aims in assisting students for summer internships as well as final placements by arranging campus interviews for recruitments in corporate houses and in to all public and, private sectors and MNCs. The emphasis is also laid on summer internships and final placements beyond national border. OUR RECRUITERS Following is the partial list of the corporate which have visited us in the past :

Sector / Industry

Name of the Company Visited for Campus Placements

Sector / Industry

Name of the Company Visited for Campus Placements

Agriculture

RML AGTECH PVT. LTD - (285)

E- commerce

Amazon Naukri.com

Automobile

CarOk

Education

BFSI

Bajaj Finserv - (34) Transparent Value Pvt Ltd (33) Reval Analytics - (44) HDFC BANK Ujjivan Financial Services SBI Cards ICICI Securities Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited Citibank N.A ICICI Pru AMC ICICI Bank Janlakshmi Financial services Bajaj Allianz General Insurance ICICI Prudential Mahindra Finance Religare Securities Limited Citibank N.A Kotak Mahindra Bank ICICI Securities Globeflex Gallagher ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund PNB Housing Finance Ltd India Bulls Indusind Bank Ltd. Axis Bank ICICI Prudential Home Credit Kotak Mahindra Bank IndusInd bank Aviva life Insurance 5nance.com HSBC Karvy stock broking Bandhan Bank Wheels EMI IDFC Way 2 Wealth

IEIBS( India Europe International Business School Tata Classedge

FMCG

Ganesh Krupa Trading Co. Nestle Godrej Furlenco Hindustan Coca-cola Colgate Palmolive Shrinath Tex Prints Pvt. Ltd. Nilons Reliance Retail Mother dairy ITC Ltd Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL Cargill Graandprix Charoen Pokphand Foods PCL

Hospitality

Orchid Hotel Tirupati Travels Optima life science Pvt.Ltd.

Insurance

Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance

Information Technology

TATA TECHNOLOGIES Deloitte Tech Mahindra Cybage Software Tech Mahindra E-Clerx Wishtree Technologies L&T Infotech eClerx Services Ltd WNS ICICI Prudential HealthFox Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Vivo Mobile India Pvt. Ltd. Innoveg fintech Pvt.ltd Prototech Solution Sungaurd Cognizent Technologies

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Sector / Industry

Name of the Company Visited for Campus Placements

Consultancy

E&Y GDS Neeyamo Enterprise Solutions Talent Corner RCK Financial Consultancy

Logistics

Manufacturing

Market Resarch

Magnum Cargo RIBBON LOGISTICS INDIA PVT LTD. TCI Express Ltd. UPS Logistics Maersk Line India Pvt. Ltd Markets and Markets Unibic India Pvt. Ltd. Saroj Steels Everest Industries Allied Analytics,LLP/Markets and Markets Markets and Markets Data Bridge Market Research ICICI Prudential AMC

Media

Xion Advertising

Real estate

India Bulls CBRE India Bulls Ventures Limited

Retail

D-Mart Landmark Group - Lifestyle Retail Franchise India

Retail

Vodafone- (Retail Role) Airtel

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PLACEMENT @ INDIRA PGDM Program at IGI believes in the holistic development of the students and through the academic calendar forms the basis of the agenda with sustained and abundant stress is to co-curricular activities. In order to mold productive and result oriented managers of the future, our Career Development Program is taught concurrently along with the main program. Such job oriented career development opportunities result in robust placement season every year. Following are some of the distinguished placement for the current & last batch:

Name : Animesh Jain Company: Propertypistol Pvt Ltd CTC : 8.76 Lakh

Name: Priyanka Pandey Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Prasuk Jain Company: Propertypistol Pvt Ltd Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 8.76 Lakh

Name: Pankhuri Mishra Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Achal Choudhary Company: Propertypistol Pvt Ltd Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 8.76 Lakh

Name: TWINKAL KUMARI Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Utkarsh Kurelay Company: Propertypistol Pvt Ltd Stream: PGDM (marketing) CTC: 8.76 Lakh

Name: Shruti Maltare Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Saurabh Soni Company: Propertypistol Pvt Ltd Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 8.76 Lakh

Name: Sumit Kudale Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Stream: PGDM (Marketing)

Name: Monika Singh Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Anjali Mukherji Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

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Name: Nikita Dahikar Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Vrushi Surti Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Mohak Dassani Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Kriti Agarwal Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Rahul Katti Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Harshit Soni Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Radhika Mohta Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Sanjeev Khandelwal Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Monika Rajput Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Chandan Kumar Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Rajat Shekapure Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Nikita Seth Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Digvijay Rajawat Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Prasanna Gaurkar Company: Atlas Copco Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 7.5 Lakh

Name: Mithilesh Kulkarni Company: HDFC Bank Stream: MBA (Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakh

Name: Manisha Patel Company: E Clerx Stream: PGDM (Marketing) CTC: 6.53 Lakh


Name: Akash Jajoo Company: Propertypistol Pvt Ltd Stream: PGDM(Marketing) CTC: 8.76 Lakh

Name: Shreya Shrivastava Company: Sinochem Stream: PGDM(Marketing) CTC: 7.5 Lakhs

Name: Avijit Kaushik Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM(Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakhs

Name: Prachi Pandey Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM(Finance) CTC: 6.57 Lakhs

Name: Sreekanth Srinivasan Company: Karvy Stream: PGDM(Finance) CTC: 7.5 Lakhs

Name: StefďŹ Calmino Company: EClerx Stream: PGDM(Finance) CTC: 6.53 Lakhs

Name: Dhaval Raval Company: HDFC Bank Stream: PGDM(Marketing) CTC: 6.57 Lakhs

Name: Amit Kumar Company: Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Stream : PGDM(Marketing) CTC: 8.00 Lakhs

Name: Yasha Sehgal Company: Karvy Stream: PGDM(Finance) CTC: 7.5 Lakhs

Name: Pintoo Mishra Company: Om Logistics Stream: PGDM(Finance) CTC: 5 Lakhs

Name: Pooja Thakur Company: Deloitte (USI Taxation) Stream: MBA (Finance) CTC: 6 Lakh

Name: Ritu Aggarwal Company: Deloitte (USI Taxation) Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6 Lakh

Name: Yash Binayake Company: Deloitte (USI Taxation) Stream: MBA (Finance) CTC: 6 Lakh

Name: Anmol Sahu Company: Home First Finance Company Stream: PGDM (Finance) CTC: 6.15 Lakh 49


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INDIRA SUSTAINABLE MAHARASHTRA INITIATIVE Indira Sustainable Maharashtra Initiative (ISMI) is a noble initiative launched in November 2015 by the visionary leader, the Chairperson of Indira Group of Institutes, Pune – Dr. Tarita Shankar. Indira believes that education and training are powerful tools against poverty and hunger. Skill development through education is the key to improving rural productivity, employability and income-earning opportunities. It was decided to help children of the farmers who committed suicide due to drought, by sponsoring their education in undergraduate and post graduate programs at IGI campuses as we feel that such farmer’s children deserve better opportunities to live and build their career. The first batch with 6 students commenced in July 2016 at our UG - Commerce, Science and Engineering college. All enrolled students secured commendable grades with more than 95% average classroom attendance. We are really proud of them as they have held our hopes high and today we are sure that these students will make us proud. IGI also accolades its Alumni, Students and Staff Members who have taken the decision to support their Alma Mater in supporting this cause by sponsoring part of the education of the farmer’s children.

Thank you all...

“Thank you Indira, I am achieving my higher education under the ISMI initiative. I will also carry out the same kind of noble cause by helping needy students from rural background. - Rajeshwari shirsath, F Y BBA-CA.

“ Indira has come as a boon in my life by giving a new meaning to my existence. I will always be thankful to Tarita mam and Chetan Sir and will make sure that I will also practice charity by helping needy people in future. - Pratibha Mesram, B.Sc.

“ My heartfelt gratitude and thanks to Indira for taking my education in the right direction and indeed it is going to shape my career in a positive way. - Komal chaoudhari, F Y B.Com.

“ “ I am truly blessed to be benefited to get my higher education in Indira due to Tarita mam's ISMI initiative. My dream is be an engineer and this dream is on the way of completion due to IGI. Mamta Patil, F Y B.E

“My dream and area of interest always has been computer studies. Thank you Indira for this Golden Opportunity. The wings of higher education will definitely take me to new heights.

- Ahire Gaurav Ananda, F Y BBA-CA.

“The education provided by Indira is very good and quality oriented. My dream of higher education came true due to ISMI initiative. - Narendra Dilip Raut, F Y B Com. 50

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ACCOLADES TO INDIRA Indira School of Business Studies has come to acquire a unique 'institutional equity 'with all its incumbent attributes such as Excellent Curriculum, Digital Interface for teaching and learning, Infrastructure, Corporate Internship Program and Academia-industry Interface. The curriculum design is a unique blend of theory and practices and promotes diversity in learning as well as teaching by supporting increasing interfaces with real world learning. At ISBS Industry-Academia interface is given tremendous importance. Interface with industry has expressed itself in the unique "Super Achiever Award" series and "Global Entrepreneurship Program", and our placement bears witness to its effect. Courses are highly intensive and specifically designed for a rewarding career in management, with a keen perspective towards corporate responsibility and sustainability. Some of the acknowledgment by Industry, as mentioned for reference, speaks about our dedication to quality: Dr. Tarita Shankar, Chairperson - IGI - 'Certificate of Fellowship' at CHRO Asia Presents '100 most talented Global leaders 2017' in recognition for "outstanding contribution to education" at World HRD Congress. Dr. Tarita Shankar, Chairperson - IGI - "Women Super Women Leadership Congress and Awards.

Achiever Award 2017" at the Femina presents '4th World

Dr. Tarita Shankar – Prof. Indira Parikh Award 2017 for “Top 50 women in Education Leadership”. Dr. Tarita Shankar – Social Education and Entrepreneur Award – India Sustainability Leadership Awards, World Education Congress 2017 Dewang Mehta B-School Excellence Awards. National Education Awards 2017 (Dewang Mehta) – 25th Nov 17 Ÿ Educational Institute that encourages leadership as a part of the curriculum – Indira Group of Institutes, Pune Ÿ Best Educational Group (Infrastructure & Facilities) – Indira Group of Institutes, Pune Ÿ Best Placement Brochure – Indira Group of Institutes, Pune Ÿ Best Placement & Brand Marketing Officer – Prof. Raji Thomas, Chief Branding Officer – Indira Group of Institutes, Pune Ÿ Prof. Manhohan Vyas (ISBS), awarded as ’The Best Professor in Financial Management DEWANG MEHT 25th Business School Affaire 2017 – Ÿ Best Student in Management - (3rd Place) Ms. Steffi Calmiano, Indira School of Business Studies. Ÿ Presentation Contest - 3rd -Jyotsna Ghadge & Simran Sethi, Indira School of Business Studies. Ÿ Research Paper Presentation Contest - 3rd - Akshay Deokar - Indira School of Business Studies.

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INSTITUTES UNDER INDIRA GROUP INDIRA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, PUNE www.indiraiimp.edu.in / www.icap.indiraedu.com

INDIRA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, PUNE www.indiraicp.edu.in

INDIRA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS STUDIES, PUNE www.indiraisbs.ac.in / www.icap.indiraedu.com

INDIRA SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION, PUNE www.indiraisc.edu.in

NDIRA GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL, PUNE www.indiragbs.edu.in

INDIRA COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN, PUNE www.indiraicad.ac.in

INDIRA COLLEGE OF COMMERCE & SCIENCE, PUNE www.iccs.ac.in NDIRA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT www.indiraicem.ac.in

INDIRA NATIONAL SCHOOL, PUNE www.indiranationalschool.ac.in

INDIRA KIDS, PUNE www.indirakids.ac.in

The Indira Logo represents India’s Spiritual wisdom over several millenniums. The spirit of enquiry and courage crystallizes Indira’s mission to create the leaders of tomorrow by imparting education in line with the highest international standards and, to create a class of entrepreneurs and business leaders who will use the force of enterprise, not for personal gain, but with the wider social objectives, to improve the quality of life.

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