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JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT Vineet Khand, Gomtinagar, Lucknow

INFORMATION BULLETIN (BATCH 2010-2012)

ALUMINI 1 MR. AKASHDEEP SAXENA MANAGING DIRECTOR, DESIGNERSJEWELLERY.COM (1995-97 BATCH)

ALUMINI 2 MR. RAJAT KUMAR GENERAL MANAGER(UNIT HEAD), HINDUSTAN TIMES GROUP. LUCKNOW (1995-97 BATCH)

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ALUMINI 3 MR. ANKUR SHARMA RELATIONSHIP MANAGER, CITIBANK (2005-07 BATCH)


Contents Organisational Structure Message from Chairman JK Organisation Board of Governors Chairman's Message Academic Council Director's Message The Genesis Academic Programmes of the Institute Infrastructure Facilities The Programmes - Teaching Methodology PGDM Programme PGDM (Retail Management) Programme PGDM (Financial Services) Programme Part time PGDM Programme Evaluation Process Scholarships & Awards The Faculty Visiting/Adjunct Faculty Non-Teaching Staff Students' Council Summer Placements Final Placement Conferences/Seminars Managerial Challenges Seminar Series Life at Campus Cultural Activities In-House Publications Eminent Guest Speakers Admission Process Fee Structure

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VISION To promote human well being through effective management education.

MISSION To continuously upgrade and upscale the quality and spread of our educational endeavour.

GOAL To develop transformational ideas and action-oriented mindsets for the advancement of business and society.

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JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, LUCKNOW ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF GOVERNORS

DIRECTOR

FACULTY

ADMINISTRATION Chief Manager (Admn.)

PGDM (F/T)

Secretary to Director

PGDM (RETAIL)

ACCOUNTS

SUPP.STAFF

Manager (Accounts)

PGDM (FS)

LIBRARY

SUPP.STAFF

(Librarian)

PGDM (PT)

COMP. LAB

SUPP.STAFF

Manager (Computing Services)

Support Staff & other Contractual Employees

CL.IV STAFF

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J.K. ORGANISATION NEHRU HOUSE 4, BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI - 110 002 (INDIA)

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had an occasion to spend a day at the Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow. During this visit of mine I was exposed to the wonderful ambience and the state-of-the-art infrastructure the institute has, I also had the opportunity of having a brief interaction with some of the faculty members and students of the institute, in addition to witnessing their performance on various activities on that day. I was happy to see an institute as committed as this one, where sincerity of purpose seems to be uppemost in everybody's mind. The Institute seems to be well aware of its responsibilities with regard to education and appears to be totally committed to the task of building effective managerial minds. Understandably, the institute had been attracting several reputed companies in its campus, who have been recruiting students year after year. The novel managerial challenges seminars in which senior leaders from different walks of the life are invited to come and address the academic community of the institute appeared to me not only an unique initiative but also something that has far reaching impact. Recent addition of a programme PGDM (Retail) speaks of institute's desire to supply the much needed skilled managers to the fast growing retail industry in India. Nurtured by a responsive management and with a proven leader at the helm of the institute, duly supported by adequate number of qualified faculty and committed staff, I have no doubt that Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow will go a long way and would soon become one of the top notch institutions in this country. The students joining the institute therefore, can expect to receive not only good education but also the right kind of guidance to grow in a supportive and conducive environment, marked by care and concern. I offer my best wishes for all round growth of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow

October 19, 2007 New Delhi

(Hari Shankar Singhania)

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Board of Governors PATRONS Mr. Sudhir Jalan

Mr. Anurag Dalmia

Vice Chairman, SICPA Ltd.

Vice Chairman, Dalmia Bros. (P) Ltd.

Mr. Kashi N. Memani

Dr. Pritam Singh

Former Chairman & Country Managing Partner,

Professor Emeritus, MDI, Gurgaon

Ernst & Young India

Mr. Kamal Gupta

CHAIRMAN

Formerly Technical Director, ICAI

Mr. Sharad Jaipuria

Mr. Salil Bhandari

CMD, Ginni International Ltd.

Corporate Consultant & Business Advisor

VICE CHAIRPERSON

Vice Chancellor,

Ms. Anjali Jaipuria

Lucknow University

Educationist

Authorised Representative

MEMBERS

AICTE, NRO, Kanpur

Mr. D. Swarup

Northern Regional Officer, AICTE

Chairman, Pension Fund Regulatory &

Kanpur, Ex Officio

Development Authority

Dr. J.D. Singh

Mr. S.S. Kohli

Director, JIM, Noida

CMD, lndia lnfrastructure Finance Company Ltd.

Dr. Subhash Datta

Mr. Ravi Jhunjhunwala

Director, JIM, Jaipur

Chairman, LNJ Bhilwara Group

Prof. S. Chakraborty

Mr. Ratan Jindal

Director, JIM, Lucknow

MD, Jindal Strips Ltd.

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Chairman's Message

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education has been -School acknowledged by businesses the world over as the ideal grounding for an ambitious & successful career in management. In India, this belief was strengthened with the opening up of the economy. The resultant burst of multinational activity emphasised on professional management. The need for specialists educated for the very purpose of running a business is well established. In response to this need, B-Schools sprang up across the country. The choice for the aspiring students became difficult, to say the least. Dear Students, we at Jaipuria believe that education is a serious business, for you and for us. On our part, we are committed to quality in every aspect of the process of imparting education. Our curriculum, teaching methods and infrastructure are benchmarked against the best BSchools in India. Continuous improvements are being made to take the Institute to being one of the best B-Schools in the country. This is reflected in the quality of placements our students are getting. Our focus is to develop business leaders who are well equipped to face the dynamics of today's global business environment. Business practices and business environment are rapidly evolving. Business leaders of tomorrow have to learn not only of existing principles and situations but have to develop as creative and critical thinkers, as personalities who can respond quickly to new situations and new challenges. We seek to develop you to be successful business leaders of tomorrow. But we need your commitment to learn, to imbibe and contribute to the process. We believe that achievement is high when each member of the team does everything he can without even being required to do so. Close interaction between all members of the fraternity of the Institute is important. We believe that your success and the achievements of the Institute synergize in an environment of mutual acceptance, support, goodwill and working together. We invite you to be part of us and share the Jaipuria learning experience.

(Sharad Jaipuria)

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Academic Council Dr. Upendra Kumar Managing Director, UPTEC Computer Consultancy Ltd., Lucknow

Dr. Pritam Singh Professor Emeritus, MDI, Gurgaon Vice Chancellor, University of Lucknow, Lucknow.

Mr. Alok Saxena Plant Head, Tata Motors Ltd., Lucknow

Dr. T.N. Kapoor AICTE Expert, New Delhi (Former VC, Punjab University)

Prof. S. Chakraborty Director, JIM, Lucknow

Authorised Representative AICTE, NRO, Kanpur

Dr. J.D. Singh Director, JIM, Noida

Prof. Abhijit Bhattacharya Former Chairman of Post Graduate Programme, IIM, Lucknow

Dr. Subhash Datta Director, JIM, Jaipur Dr. S.R. Musanna Dean, JIM , Lucknow

Dr. J.V. Vaishampayan Professor, University of Lucknow, Lucknow

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Director's Message

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n today's society practically every young man or woman dreams of becoming a management professional. With more than 1500 institutes offering MBA or PGDM type of progammes, one often finds oneself in a state of confusion in deciding which place to go to. There are many surveys and reports which keep appearing in the media from time to time. This, at times, further confounds the choice making process of an individual aspirant. People look at business schools from multiple perspectives, and it invariably happens that some school may be better in one attribute while some other school may be better in another. Many times it is also the case that the young aspirants do not clearly know what exactly to look for. Whatever may be the individual goals and aspirations, the bottom line always is, good education. Management being a discipline which builds substantially on the experiential component, good education in management would mean a system of education that effectively and pragmatically combines theory and practice in order to ensure both rigor as well as relevance, in all of what gets done inside the management classrooms. Jaipuria Institute of Management which started operating from Lucknow in 1995 is acutely conscious of what constitutes good management education and endeavors to provide that to the young aspirants seeking a managerial career. High degree of commitment on the part of the faculty and staff in the Institute, towards overall development of students, had been a hallmark from the very inception. Pass-outs of this Institute speak eloquently about this commitment and sincerity, of which they had been witnesses and the beneficiaries.

Apart from delivering the curriculum contents effectively the Institute also builds three important qualities in its students. These are: positive attitude, team spirit, and the ability to constantly adapt to change. Positive attitude, we believe, is the sole source of determination that enables one to accept all the challenges that come one's way. Team spirit is the life blood in any organizational activity. No matter how good an individual may be on his/her own, organizational activities get purposefully executed only through a team approach. Pass-outs of this Institute, not only know this too well but also have been successful in playing such roles effectively. They contributed as much, if not more, when compared with other members of their respective organizations and yet maintained the team spirit as opposed to getting swayed by individual successes. With the environment getting increasingly more turbulent every moment, learning to learn and adapting to change have become critical elements for success. Students here are not only made conscious of these but are also helped to develop these abilities in themselves. Last but not the least, a sense of entrepreneurship is also developed in the students of JIM as that gives the courage to plunge into the uncertain future of risks and opportunities. The selection process which is transparent and fair, almost invariably ensures that outstanding young people from among the brightest are selected. The students are then provided with a good grounding in the socio-economic and political realities of India and of the outside world to make them worthy and productive global citizens. Experienced executives know that management education is not about earning another degree or a diploma. It is about broadening the scope of thinking to identify possible challenges, and deepening understanding of various issues surrounding any given situation. In JIM, we do precisely those as we see ourselves in the role of forming the managerial mind, as opposed to only providing details of various management tools and techniques. CHOICE MAKING IS IN YOUR HANDS AND WE WELCOME YOU TO MAKE THAT AS AN INFORMED CITIZEN. 10


The Genesis The House of Jaipurias is a recognised name in the Indian industrial arena. Their industrial group, Ginni International, is a leader in the field of textile exports. Their success in this field is due largely to their ability to evolve and adopt latest technological and managerial innovations. The group has ventured into setting up a power plant in Himachal Pradesh. The same philosophy of staying abreast with the latest developments in the management field is applied by the promoters to the running of Jaipuria Institute of Management. A Degree College named 'Seth Anandram Jaipuria College' founded by Seth Anandram Jaipuria Trust in 1945 at Calcutta is now a flourishing and famous centre of excellence in Post Graduate Education. It was inaugurated by Late Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India. On completing its track record of 50 years of excellent performance in academics and extracurricular activities, the College celebrated on 10th September, 1995 its Golden Jubilee. At present, more than 7000 students are studying there. The House of Jaipurias has an excellent record of efficiently running educational institutions of repute for catering to the needs of different cross section of students. The schools at Kanpur, Lucknow, Kosi Kalan are recognized as centres of excellence.

It was in the year 1995 that the Jaipuria group felt the need to enter the field of management education to further strengthen their base in promoting excellence in education and training. To fulfill this objective, they started Jaipuria Institute of Management at Lucknow in 1995, equipped with modern infrastructure facilities and teaching aids. JIM was established fulfilling all the norms regarding academic, financial and social aspects set by concerned statutory bodies. The Institute conducts MBA equivalent two-year full-time PGDM with an annual intake of 180 Students, two-year full-time PGDM (Retail) with an annual intake of 60 students, two year full-time PGDM (Financial Services) with an intake of 60 students and threeyear part-time PGDM course (for working executives). All the courses are approved by AICTE. The policy framework is made and decisions are taken by the Board of Governors and Academic Council, comprising eminent industrialists and educationists. Our Chairman, Mr Sharad Jaipuria, is committed to providing quality education so as to develop the students into effective business leaders. The Institute continuously seeks to get better and 'add value' to each action and activity. The pedagogy, the standard of evaluation and the curriculum are consistently adapted to the changing corporate needs and business environment.

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Academic Programmes of the Institute 1)

Two-year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management: Equivalent to MBA, Accredited by National Board of Accreditation in 2004 & approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Annual intake : 180 students

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Two-year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Retail Management): Approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Annual intake : 60 students.

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Two-year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Financial Services): Approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Annual intake : 60 students.

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Three-year part-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management: Approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Annual intake : 30 students.

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Infrastructure Facilities Campus The Institute is located at Gomti Nagar, a prime location in the heritage city of Lucknow. The buildings are spacious, well planned and equipped with all modern amenities.

Library The Library is fully automated and air-conditioned with over 14000 volumes and subscribes to 155 journals and periodicals in various areas of management. Digital information is available on CD Roms, Video & Audio Tapes. The library has a spacious reading hall, an information retrieval center for accessing the web and an exclusive research center for the more seriously inclined. We are institutional members of DELNET (Developing Library Network), MANLIBNET (Management Library Network) and the Libraries of FICCI, CII, ISTD & IIM. The Institute has added very significantly to its library and information resources by subscribing to EBSCO Business Source Complete providing access to the world's definitive scholarly business database, providing the leading collection of bibliographic and full text content. As part of the comprehensive coverage offered by this database, indexing and abstracts for the most important scholarly business journals back as far as 1886 are included. In addition to the searchable cited references provided for more than 1,300 journals, Business Source Complete contains detailed author profiles for the 40,000 most-cited authors in the database. Journal ranking studies reveal that Business Source Complete is the overwhelmingly superior database for full text journals in all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, MIS, POM, accounting, finance and economics. Additional full text content includes financial data, books, monographs, major reference works, book digests, conference proceedings, case studies, investment research reports, industry reports, market research reports, country reports, company profiles, SWOT analyses, faculty seminars (videos), and more than 7594 periodicals, 1131 peer reviewed journals, 1214 trade journals and several business magazines, 144 monographs, 1491 country economic reports, 3158 industry reports and year books, 528 market research reports. The institute also provides access to more than 40,000 book titles by subscribing to Ebrary database.

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Computer Lab Jaipuria Institute of Management Lucknow is one of few Wi-fi campuses in India. The Institute has stateof-the-art IBM computer labs having 310 nodes and multiple high end Servers. 24 hour High-speed Internet facility is available through dedicated RF Link from Software Technology Park of India, Lucknow. Latest Operating Systems, Front End Tools, Multimedia Software, Statistical Packages like SPSS and Databases like Prowess, Business-Beacon, and International Economic Statistics are available.

Lecture Theatre The lecture halls are air-conditioned and equipped with overhead LCD projectors & OHPs. They are designed to provide you with complete comfort for the intense hours of classroom teaching and interaction.

Auditorium and Conference Hall A fully air-conditioned auditorium with all modern facilities provides an ideal and comfortable facility to hold academic/cultural events which can engage a large audience. We are also having a state-of-the-art Conference Hall provides the right ambience for national and international programmes, seminars and conferences.

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Play Ground and Recreation Centre

We have large sports fields for cricket, hockey, football, etc., lawn tennis and badminton courts and a world-class swimming pool. The recreation centre for students provides the right place to relax and unwind. Facilities to play various indoor games like table tennis, chess, etc. are also available here.

Canteen

Canteen facilities are provided within the campus. Great dĂŠcor and mouth watering delicacies make this a popular hangout for students. The cuisine comprises continental, Chinese, north and south Indian dishes.

Bank At the Institute premises, there is an Extension Counter of State Bank of India, Gomtinagar, Lucknow.

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Hostel Facility

Separate Wi-Fi hostels for boys and girls with excellent amenities, mess and recreation facilities and round the clock security are provided.

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The Programmes: Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme has been designed by Jaipuria Institute of Management on the pattern followed by Indian Institutes of Management to develop in young graduates a high level of professional management skills through:

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Understanding the business fundamentals and developing skills to analyze performance of a business concern

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Developing strategic thinking and integrating functional strategies with overall business strategies

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Creating a corporate personality focusing on developing the skills to create, innovate and lead

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Developing customer orientation in addition to the ability to work out the best combination of price, advertising and quality

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Ability to manage information and manage with information by developing the right technological skills

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Developing the ability to forecast future trends and to conduct risk-return analysis of different business activities

The Programme Design The programme is designed in the context of the ever evolving business world and through its contemporary syllabi, aims to produce value added human resource needed to run a modern society. The learning pedagogy adopted by us will challenge, excite, and lead the students to dream big, sharpen their analytical skills and gain endurance to face the complex reality of life. They will learn to formulate strategies but with an eye for detail to make it happen. The focus on business ethics and human values will enrich their 'Aim of Life.' The program is spread over six trimesters in two years during which 40 credit courses are delivered to the students of which 24 credits courses are compulsory and 16 credit courses are in the shape of elective courses pertaining to specialization in various areas of management such as, marketing, finance, human resource management, information technology. 45 days summer industry internship on conclusion of first year of the program is to be done.

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Programme Structure and Curriculum FIRST TRIMESTER 101.

Managerial Economics

102.

Quantitative Analysis of Management - I

103.

Management Accounting I

104.

Legal Aspects of Business

105.

Information Technology for Management

106.

Written Communication Skills

107.

Fundamentals of Managing (Half credit course)

SECOND TRIMESTER 201.

Business Environment I

202.

Management Accounting II

203.

Operations Management

204.

Marketing Management I

205.

Behavior in Organizations

206.

Quantitative Analysis of Management – II (half credit course)

207.

Financial Management I (half credit course)

208.

Business Issues (half credit course)

209.

Oral Communication Skills THIRD TRIMESTER 301.

Human Resources Management

302.

Operations Research

303.

Financial management II

304.

Marketing Management II

305.

Management Information Systems

306.

Business Communication Skills

307.

Research Methodology

308.

Business Environment II

309.

Supply Chain Management (half credit course)

FOURTH TRIMESTER 401.

Strategic Management I

402.

Business Environment III Six elective courses

FIFTH TRIMESTER 501.

Strategic Management II (half credit course) Six elective courses

SIXTH TRIMESTER 601.

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Specialization & Electives Students can offer thrust areas in any functional area of management by taking at least 5 elective courses in that specialization over the 4th, 5th, & 6th semesters. ELECTIVE COURSES MARKETING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

B2B Marketing Brand Management Consumer Behavior Customer Relationship Management Marketing Communication Marketing of Banking Products Marketing of Insurance Products Market Research Organized Retailing Rural Marketing Sales & Distribution Management Services Marketing

FINANCE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Wealth Management Corporate Restructuring Corporate Valuation Financial Derivatives Financial Markets & Services International Finance Investment Management Financial Econometrics Project Financing Risk Management in Commercial Banks Risk Management in Insurance Companies OPEN ELECTIVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Operations in Banks Operations in Insurance Companies Principles of Insurance Negotiation Skills Banking Systems Enterpreneurship

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Business Data Storing and Decision Making Data Mining and Warehousing Designing IT Solutions Electronic Business Application Intelligent Interface for Managerial Decisions Financial Computation using C++

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Compensation Management Leadership & Team Building International Human Resource Management Creativity and Innovation Managing Across Cultures Occupational Testing and Development HR in Banking Industry Designing Work Organisation Organizational Change & Development

Note: The same curriculum will be applicable for the 3-year part-time PGDM spread over 6 semesters.

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Two Year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Retail Management) India is witnessing an unprecedented consumption boom. The economy is growing at a rate of 7-8%. Today the average Indian consumer is richer, younger and more aspiring in his needs than ever before. The retail sector is expanding and modernizing rapidly in line with India's economic growth. It offers significant employment opportunities in all urban areas. Studies indicate that the total retail business in India will grow at 13 per cent annually from US$ 322 billion in 2006-07 to US$ 590 billion in 2011-12. The organized retail sector is expected to grow at approximately 10 per cent per annum with sales rising from US$ 309 billion in 2006-07 to US$ 496 billion. Organized retail, which constituted a low 4 per cent of total retail in 2006-07, is estimated to grow at 45-50 per cent per annum and attain a 16 per cent share of total retail by 2011-12. There are multiple factors driving Indian retail growth. 60% of total population is less than 30 years of age and 43% of population is under 20 years of age, which indicates India will have a huge earning & consumer base. The percentage of working women is also increasing, affecting the family income and consumption pattern. An AC Nielsen Online Omnibus survey rates India in the highest category of aspirational levels along with Indonesia and Thailand. India ranked No 1 in the AT Kearney Global Retail Index 2006. Realizing the importance of skilled manpower and proactive training strategies Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow started the 2-year full-time MBA equivalent and AICTE approved (Retail Management) Programme in association with Pantaloon Retail (India) Limited, one of India's leading retailers, that operates multiple retail formats in both the value and lifestyle segment. The programme aims at achieving the following broad objectives: ƒ

To develop an understanding of the basic retailing and management concepts.

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To provide greater insight into specific retail verticals.

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To hone analytical skills.

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To provide hands-on experience of day to day store operations.

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To develop an action orientation.

The Programme Design The program is spread over six trimesters in two years during which 40 credit courses are delivered.

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Programme Structure and Curriculum

FIRST TRIMESTER 101.

Managerial Economics

102.

Quantitative Analysis of Management - I

103.

Management Accounting I

104.

Introduction to Retail

105. Information Management 106.

Technology

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Written Communication Skills

107. Fundamentals of Managing (Half credit course) SECOND TRIMESTER 201.

Business Environment I

202.

Management Accounting II

203.

Operations Management

204.

Marketing Management I

205.

Behavior in Organizations

206.

Quantitative Analysis of Management – II (half credit course)

207.

Financial Management I (half credit course)

208.

Legal Issues in Retail (half credit course)

209.

Oral Communication Skills

THIRD TRIMESTER 301.

Human Resources Management

302.

Operations Research

303.

Financial management II

304.

Marketing Management II

305.

Management Information Systems

306.

Business Communication Skills

307.

Research Methodology

308.

Retail Selling Skills (half credit course)

309.

Supply Chain Management (half credit course)

FOURTH TRIMESTER 401.

Customer Relationship Management

402.

Distribution & Supply Chain Management 22


403.

HR in Retail

404.

New Store Planning

405.

Store Design & Visual Merchandising

406.

Store Operations - I (half credit course)

407.

Business Communication Skills

FIFTH TRIMESTER 501.

Merchandise Management - I (half credit course)

502. Retail Marketing Strategy (half credit course) 503. Retail Finance 504. Indirect Tax Laws (half credit course) 505. Store Operations - II 506. Retail Verticals 507. Marketing Research 508. Intelligent Interface for Managerial Decisions

SIXTH TRIMESTER

601. Mall Management (half credit course) 602. Customer Loyalty Programme (half credit course) 603. Event Management (half credit course) 604. Merchandise Management – II 605. Services Marketing

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Two Year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Financial Services) Financial Services is one of the most dynamic fields in finance. It includes banking, securities, insurance and personal financial planning. The financial services major is also the most appropriate background for the stock broker, insurance agent, personal banker, loan officer, and a wide range of related careers and personal financial planning. JIML is amongst one of the few institutes to offer programs in financial services. In our PGDM (Financial Services) program, students shall learn and develop a broad set of abilities in many areas. The program combines technical and conceptual advances from finance, mathematics, statistics, economics, marketing & human resource management and information technology to create a cohesive body of knowledge to meet the challenges of a dynamic and growing market. After the successful completion of this programme, the students can have career opportunities in: ƒ

Commercial Banks

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Insurance Companies

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Investment Banking

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Consulting

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Investment Advisory companies.

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Accounting Firms

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Government Financial Agencies

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International Financial Agencies

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KPO

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Financial Software and Technology Businesses

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Finance Planning Department of Non-Financial Companies

The Programme Design The program is spread over six trimesters in two years during which 40 credit courses are delivered to the students of which 24 credits courses are compulsory and 16 credit courses are in the shape of elective courses pertaining to specialization of two kinds viz., functional ;such as, marketing, finance, human resource management, information technology and sectoral such as banking, insurance, etc. 45 days summer industry internship on conclusion of first year of the program is to be done.

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Programme Structure and Curriculum FIRST TRIMESTER F101 Financial Mathematics F102 Management Accounting F103 Managerial Economics F104 Written Communication Skills F105 Quantitative Analysis for Management - I F106 Fundamentals of Managing (half credit course) F107 IT for Management SECOND TRIMESTER F201 Legal Aspects of Business F202 Quantitative Analysis for Management - II F203 Business Environment F204 Financial markets F205 Financial Management -1 (half credit course) F206 Behavior in Organizations F207 Operations Management F208

Oral Communication Skills

F209

Marketing Management - I

THIRD TRIMESTER F301 Business Communication Skills F302 Operations ResearchI F303 Management Information System F304 Financial Services (half credit course) F305 Financial Management -II F306 Human Resource Management F307 Research Methodology F308 Marketing Management – II FOURTH TRIMESTER F401 Strategic Management Six Electives FIFTH TRIMESTER F501 International Economics Six Elective Courses SIXTH TRIMESTER Four Electives Specialization & Electives 25


Students are offered functional as well as sectoral specialization. Students can offer thrust areas in any functional area of management by taking at least 5 elective courses in that specialization and in any sectoral area of financial services by taking atleast 3 elective courses in that specialisation over the 4th, 5th & 6th semesters. ELECTIVE COURSES MARKETING 1.

B2B Marketing

2.

Customer Relationship Management

3.

Marketing Communications

4.

Marketing of Banking Products

5.

Marketing of Insurance Products

6.

Marketing Research

7.

Sales & Distribution Management

8.

Brand Management

FINANCE 1.

Wealth Management

2.

Corporate Restructuring

3.

Corporate Valuation

4.

Financial Derivatives

5.

International Finance

6.

Investment Management

7.

Financial Econometrics

8.

Project Financing

9.

Risk Management in Commercial Banks

10.

Risk Management in Insurance Companies

OPEN ELECTIVES 1.

Negotiation Skills

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 1.

Business Data Storing and Decision Making

2.

Data Mining and Warehousing

3.

Designing IT Solutions

4.

Electronic Business Application

5.

Intelligent Interface for Managerial Decisions

6.

Financial Computation using C++

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1.

Compensation Management 26


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Leadership & Team Building

3.

International Human Resource Management

4.

Creativity and Innovation

5.

Managing Across Cultures

6.

Occupational Testing and Development

7.

HR in Banking Industry

8.

Designing Work Organisation

9.

Organizational Change & Development

BANKING 1.

Risk Management of commercial banks

2.

Operations in Banks

3.

Marketing of Banking Products

4.

Banking Regulations

5.

Banking System

INSURANCE 1.

Risk Management of Insurance Companies

2.

Operations in Insurance Companies

3.

Marketing of Insurance Products

4.

Insurance regulations

5.

Principles of Insurance

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Three Year Part-Time Post Graduate Diploma In Management Nothing helps like job experience in management education. Work experience provides a newer set of eyes with which problems are discussed and shared and possible solutions evolved. Learning is an enjoyable experience when students relate to functional issues raised and participate actively in case analysis. Problems faced by organizations cut across functional domains and an integrated approach rather than functional approach is developed during discussions. Organisations today are more focused on picking, pricing, refining the talent. They can not afford to loose their existing key human resources and, therefore, they want this talent to get trained and develop required competencies by sending them to various business management schools. The 3-year PGDM programme was launched at JIM, Lucknow in 1996 with this need of working professionals in mind and over the years it has served this purpose admirably well. Very senior executives from all areas—IT, Manufacturing, Marketing, HR, Civil Services have taken advantage of it and have grown in their chosen field of interest. Note: The curriculum of PGDM full-time is applicable for the 3-year part-time PGDM programme spread over 6 semesters.

Teaching Pedagogy At JIM, in order to impart best knowledge, classroom sessions, exercises, project studies, role plays, case studies, simulation games, brainstorming sessions, software applications, presentations and other innovations in pedagogy are used as methods of teaching. Through these methods, we endeavor to generate and encourage more creative and innovative thinking in our students. In order to supplement the theoretical knowledge with practical inputs, regular industry exposure is made available through industrial visits and sharing of practical experiences with professionals from the industry/corporate world. We believe that theory without practice is like letters without spirit. We also believe that practice without theory is doing without knowing. Our teaching is thus, based on the principle that both theory and practice are essential for complete understanding. Students evaluate the quality of teaching by the faculty in different courses through a formal feedback system.

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Evaluation Process Jaipuria Institute of Management has a comprehensive system of monitoring and appraising the performance of the students on a continuous basis in order to ensure a high degree of professional development and growth. Through the performance appraisal system of the institute, it is ensured that the students will be capable of performing with a high level of efficiency and meet the expectations of the industry. The evaluation system ensures that the students develop an aptitude for working in challenging conditions and creating centers of excellence where they work. The student's performance shall be evaluated through the continuous evaluation system based on assignments, class participation, attendance, presentations, brain- storming sessions, case studies, quizzes, seminars, surprise class tests. Mid-trimester and the end of the trimester examination would complete the total evaluation process. The evaluation in every subject will be out of 100 marks, out of which at least 50 marks are for centralized examination (which includes the end trimester and the mid-trimester examinations). The student has to score a minimum of 40% marks in each course to be promoted to the next term. 100% attendance is desired in the classes. However, a student must attend at least 80% of the classes in each course. In case the student has attended less than 80% of the classes, one mark will be deducted for every shortfall in attendance in the final awards. In case of less than 50% attendance for any reason whatsoever, including medical, the student will have to repeat the course on payment of course fee. The post graduate diploma will be awarded on successful completion of the course of study at the end of the Sixth trimester.

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Scholarships and Awards Scholarship to meritorious students: To encourage the students, a number of scholarships are awarded to meritorious students. In the first year the scholarships are based on the performance of the students in CAT and in the selection process of the institute comprising group discussion and personal interview. In the second year scholarships would be available to the first three rank holders on the basis of their performance in the first year of their programme. Corporate Best Performance Awards: These awards are given to the academic topper in each of the 6 trimesters of PGDM programmes conducted by the Institute. These are industry sponsored.

Institute Medals: These medals are awarded for scholastic achievements to the three top ranking students of each PGDM programme during the annual convocation of the Institute. Merit Certificate and prizes: Merit certificates and prizes are given to those who rank first in each area of specialization of the PGDM programmes like Marketing, Finance, HR and IT.

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The Faculty The faculty is deeply committed to the development of the students. Faculty is always available for discussion and interaction with the students on both academic and non-academic matters. Beside the formal schedule of lectures and contact hours, faculty provides continuous mentoring to the students. Faculty development is always encouraged by the Institute. Faculty participates and learns from quality development programs, presenting papers and participating in national and international conferences. The faculty provides consultancy and MDPs to various organizations in the state like NTPC, SIFPSA, CIMAP, HAL, UPDASP, LIC, SBI, PNB, NABARD, GSI, Scooters India, Bureau of Public Enterprises, SGPGI, IET and various Govt. Departments like Postage and Telegraph, Defence & Audit, Police, Railways, Sugarcane Federation, Stamp & Registration, KVIC, etc. Faculty members also contribute as experts on various committees and boards of industry and other academic institutions.

PROF. S. CHAKRABORTY Director

email: director@jiml.ac.in

A senior academic with nearly 20 years of experience in the IIM system alone. In all, having a background of 40 years of teaching, research, training & consultancy with institutes, such as IIM Lucknow, Indian Statistical Institute, NITIE, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, VJTI, etc. He has held many top level academic positions such as, Director-in-charge, Dean (Development & Resource Mobilization) at IIM, Lucknow; Chairman, Board of Research; Dean (Research) at NITIE; Member of the Board of Governors of IIM, Lucknow. He has been on the board of directors of Central Electronics Ltd., Scooters India Ltd., and member of many advisory bodies. Published research work in journals like IAPQR Transactions, International Journal of Management & Systems, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, International Journal of Production Research, International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management, Journal of Operational Research Society, Omega, OPSEARCH, Sankhya, etc. Won International Excellence Awards for his work on “Cost 31


Management for Mass Customization”, and “Vendor Development Strategies”. Sits on the Editorial Board of journals like International Journal of Management and Systems, Asian Management Case Journal, S&M Business Review and Health and Population – Perspectives and Issues. Consultant with many corporate organizations and several international agencies such as World Bank, WHO, USAID, CEDPA, ICOMP, DFID, JSI and others. Represents India in ISO Technical Committee meetings as a member of the Indian delegation, which he has been head since 2007. AGARWAL REETI email: reeti@jiml.ac.in PGDBA, MA, Ph.D, UGC-NET Senior Lecturer- Marketing Experience: 10Years (Academic) 03 Months (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Customer Relationship Management, Services Marketing, Marketing Management Research and Consulting Interests: Customer Relationship Management, Services Marketing, Consumer Behaviour AGARWAL REENA email: reeena@jiml.ac.in M.Com, Ph.D, Senior Lecturer- Finance and Entrepreneurship Experience: 4.5 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Finance, Entrepreneurship Research and Consulting Interests: Entrepreneurship and Rural Finance AGARWAL SHAILJA email: shailja@jiml.ac.in MA., Ph.D (English), B.Ed Lecturer- Business Communication Experience: 09 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Business Communication, Oral & Written Skills Research and Consulting Interests: Communication, Computer Mediated communication, Training and Development, Social Networking & Soft Skills CHAKROVARTY ARJYA email: arjya@jiml.ac.in MBA (XIMB), Ph.D (Pursuing) Asst. ProfessorExperience: 5 Years, 4 Months (Academic), 11 Years (Dunlop India Ltd, Godrej Hi Care-FMCG div., GECIS) (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Human Resource Management, Organization Behaviour, Organization Change & Development, Strategic management Research and Consulting Interests: Employer Branding, Retention & engagement of knowledge workers, Knowledge Management Systems in HR. CHATTERJEE RANJANABH email: rchatterjee@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D Professor- Marketing Experience: 12 Years (Academic), 18 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Marketing, Sales and Distribution, Business to Business Marketing, Retailing, Franchising, Marketing in Banks Research and Consulting Interests: Retailing, Customer Retention, Rural Marketing, Distribution and Supply Chain

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CHAUDHARY RASHMI email: rashmi@jiml.ac.in C.A., MBA Senior Lecturer Experience: 3.5 Years (Academic), 1.5 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Investment Management, Financial Accounting, Management & Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Financial Derivatives Research and Consulting Interests: Investments Management & Taxation CHIB VINOD KUMAR email: vkchib@jiml.ac.in B.Tech., M.Tech., P.G.D.B.M. & I.A., L.I.I.I. Asstt. Professor- Production and Operations Management Experience: 6 Years (Academic), 24 Years (Industry, including MNC as Production & Quality control Manager) Teaching Area(s): Operations Management, Project Management, Customer Service Standards, Principles of Insurance, Operations in Insurance companies and Claims Management. Research and Consulting Interests: Reverse Mortgage, Frauds in Insurance sector. CHITRANSHI JAYA email: jaya@jiml.ac.in M.A, MBA, Ph.D, UGC JRF-NET Senior Lecturer- Human Resource Management Experience: 10 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Cross Cultural Management, International Human Resource Management, Behaviour in Organizations. Research and Consulting Interests: Empowerment, Corporate HR Practices, Team Building & Group Dynamics. GUPTA RAVI email: ravigupta@jiml.ac.in MBA, CAIIB Senior LecturerExperience: 03 Months (Academic), 6.2 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Banking System, risk Management in Commercial Bank Research and Consulting Interests: Banking, Risk Management, ALM, Market Risk and Business Research KHARE SUMI email: skhare@jiml.ac.in M.Sc, Ph.D Lecturer Experience: 04 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Quantitative Techniques, Operations Research, Statistics Research and Consulting Interests: Decision Sciences, modeling MAHMOOD ATHAR email: samahmood@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D (Pursuing) Lecturer- Human Resource & General Management Experience: 05 Years (Academic), 04 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour Research and Consulting Interests: Training and other Human Resource related issues. MEHROTRA ANKIT email: ankitmeh@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D, JCP Sr. Lecturer- Information Technology Experience: 09 Years (Academic), 04 Year approx (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Data mining, Management Information Systems, Intelligent Interface for Managerial Decisions Research and Consulting Interests: Data mining, Supply chain management 33


MISHRA AMIT KUMAR email: amit@jiml.ac.in M.Com, Ph.D, PGDFMPM Lecturer- Finance and Accounting Experience: 07 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Financial Management, Financial Accounting and Financial Services Research and Consulting Interests: Financial Planning for Individuals MISRA DHEERAJ email: dheerajmisra@jiml.ac.in M.A. (Economics), Ph.D (Economics) Professor- Finance and accounting Experience: 16 Years (Academic), 01 Year (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Corporate Finance, Investment, Financial Derivatives, Risk Management in commercial Banks. Research and Consulting Interests: Risk Management, Dividend Decisions, Capital Structure Decisions, Corporate Valuation and Restructuring. MISHRA HIMANSHU email: himanshu@jiml.ac.in MIBA, UGC-NET, Ph.D. (Prusuing) Lecturer- Marketing Experience: 05 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Retail Management, Brand Management and Rural Marketing Research and Consulting Interests: Branding, Rural Marketing or Developmental Issues related to BOP MISRA VANDANA email: vmisra@jiml.ac.in M.Com, U.P. SLET, PGDIM Lecturer- Finance and Accounting Experience: 07 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Accounting and Finance Research and Consulting Interests: Micro Finance & Self Help Group MITAL MONICA email: monikamittal@jiml.ac.in BE., ME., Pursuing Fellowship from XLRI, Jamshedpur Asstt. Professor- Information System Experience: 13 Years (Academic), 05 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Management Information System, E-commerce Research and Consulting Interests: Internet Commerce, E-learning, Human Computer Interaction MUSANNA S.R. LLB, MBA, Ph.D Professor and Dean Professor- Human Resource Management and Law Experience: 16 Years (Academic), 13 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Business Law, IR, Negotiation Research and Consulting Interests: Negotiation and Arbitration

email: srmusanna@jiml.ac.in

OJHA R.K. email: raj@jiml.ac.in MA, Ph.D., UGC (NET) Senior Lecturer- Economics Experience: 10 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Managerial Economics, Macro Economics, Business Environment. Research and Consulting Interests: Economic and Financial Analysis, Project Management, Development Economics 34


PANT RASHMI email: rpant@jiml.ac.in Ph.D (Statistics), Six Sigma Green Belt LecturerExperience: 02 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Quantitative Techniques, Research Methodology Research and Consulting Interests: Design and Quantiative analysis, Nonparametrics RATNA VIR VED email: vvratna@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D (Pursuing) Asst. Professor- Strategic Management & Marketing Experience: 11 Years (Academic), 1 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Strategic Management, Marketing Communications Research and Consulting Interests: Competitive strategies, Advertising RIZVI SAIMA email: srizvi@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D Lecturer- Financial Markets and Services Experience: 5 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Investment Management, Financial Management, Financial Derivatives, Financial markets and Services Research and Consulting Interests: Financial Derivatives, Insurance, Investment Management GHATAK SANCHITA email: sanchita@jiml.ac.in PGDM (IS), MSc. (CS), MCA, Ph.D (Pursuing) Sr. Lecturer- Finance & Accounting Experience: 05 Years (Academic), 05 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): MIS, E-Retailing, Oracle, Designing and marketing IT Solutions, E-commerce Research and Consulting Interests: e-Larning, e-CRM & organisational effectiveness, ITES, AI and consultancy in Implementation of MIS projects. SETHI DEEPA email: deepa@jiml.ac.in M.A. (Univ. Topper), B.Ed., Ph.D, PGDM (Pursuing) Sr. LecturerExperience: 10 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Business communication, Written Communication Skills, Oral communication Skills Research and Consulting Interests: Soft Skills, Meeting Management, Business Communication SETH MANISHA email: mseth@jiml.ac.in PGDBA, MA, Ph.D. Sr. Lecturer- Human Resource Management Experience: 10 Years (Academic), 02 Year (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Human Resource Management, Behaviour in Organizational, Organizational Change for Development, Occupational testing nad competency Mapping. Research and Consulting Interests: Human Resource Management, Behaviour in Organisations, Organisational Change for Development. ‘ SHARMA MAHIMA email: mahima@jiml.ac.in MA, PhD, UGC- JRF -NET Senior Lecturer-Economics Experience: 09 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Economics of Business - Macroeconomics, Indian Economy, International Economics Research and Consulting Interests: Public Finance, Business and Human Rights. 35


SIDDIQUI MASOOD H email: masood@jiml.ac.in M.Sc., Ph.D., CSIR-UGC: JRF-NET. Astt. Professor- Quantitative Techniques and Operations Research Experience: 11 Years (Academic), 03 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Statistics, Operations Research, Research Methodology, Marketing Research Research and Consulting Interests: Marketing Research, Optimization Models, Soft Operations research, Performance Evaluation. SINGH SATYENDRA P. email: satyendra@jiml.ac.in M.M.S. (Gold Medalist), Ph.D. (Pursuing) Sr. Lecturer Experience: 8.5 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Investment Management, Financial Management, Business Environment Research and Consulting Interests: Stock Market, Mutual Funds, Corporate Finance etc. SINGH SHALINI email: ssingh@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D. (Thesis submitted) Lecturer Experience: 4 Years (Academic), 2 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Consumer Behaviour, Marketing Management, Retail Management Research and Consulting Interests: Consumer Behaviour & Retailing TRIPATHI SHALINI NATH email: shalinit@jiml.ac.in MBA, Ph.D Sr. Lecturer- Marketing Experience: 07 Years (Academic), 06 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Marketing Management, Service Marketing Research and Consulting Interests: Service Marketing, Strategic Marketing, Branding. TRIVEDI ASHEESH email: atrivedi@jiml.ac.in M.Sc, MBA, UP SLET, Ph.D. Lecturer- Operations Management Experience: 10 Years (Academic) Teaching Area(s): Operations Management, Supply Chain Management Research and Consulting Interests: Quality Management, Supply Chain Design and Performance Management VISHNANI SUSHMA email: sushma@jiml.ac.in M.Com, CA, Ph.D. Sr. Lecturer- Finance and Accounting Experience: 04 Years (Academic), 10 Years (Industry) Teaching Area(s): Financial Management, Corporate Valuation, Corporate Restructuring Research and Consulting Interests: Working Capital Management, Corporate governance, Value Relevance of Financial Reporting, Accounting Standards YADAV MANEESH email: myadav@jiml.ac.in LL.M, PGDHR Lecturer : Legal Aspects of Management Experience : 01 Year (Academic) Research and Consulting Interests : Legal aspects of Capital market & Corporate compliance, Contract Management.

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Visiting/Adjunct Faculty 1.

Prof. Harsh Mohan, Department of Economics, University of Lucknow

2.

Dr. J.V. Vaishampayan, Dean, Faculty of commerce, University of Lucknow

3.

Mr. S. Rehan Ahmed, LIC of India, Kanpur

4.

Prof. Ghunghroo Tandon, Entrepreneur

5.

Col. Imtiaz Ahmad (Retd. Army Officer)

6.

Air Marshall K.K. Pandey (Retd.)

7.

Mr. Rahul Priyadarshi, SIDBI, Dy. GM in Mumbai.

8.

Mr. D.B. Prasad, DGM, SBI

9.

Ms. Poonam Tewari, Chief Manager, SBI.

10.

Mr. Ravi Hajela, Senior Manager, Bank of Baroda

11.

Dr. Deepali Kacker, Consultant.

12.

Prof. Sujata Sinha, ICFAI National College, Lucknow

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Mr. D.P. Sarda, SIDBI

14.

Mr. Shree Nath Gangi, Assistant Manager, Pantaloon Retail, Lucknowl

15.

Chandra Shekhar Verma

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Ms. Tulika Shukla, Manager, Axis Bank

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Mr. Ravindra Rana, English Lecturer

18.

Ms. Prabhati Biswas, English Lecturer

19.

Dr. Archana Sharma, HR Faculty, Amity University,

20.

Mr. D.P.S. Rathore, Regional Director, RBI, Lucknow.

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NON-TEACHING STAFF Administration

Computing Services

MR. R.K. NAIR

MR. AMITABH GHOSH

Chief Manager (Administration) email: rknair@jiml.ac.in

Manager (Computing Services) email: amitabh@jiml.ac.in

MR. UDAY KUMAR S.

MR. SURESH CHANDRA

Secretary to Director email: udayaks@jiml.ac.in

Computer-Operator & Instructor

MR. KRIPA SHANKAR TEWARI

Computer Lab Coordinator

Office Assistant

Accounts

MS. EUNICE SOLOMON Front Office Assistant

MR. NASEEM ANSARI Office Assistant

MR. VIPIN GUPTA

MR. ANIL KUMAR VERMA

MR. ONKAR SINGH PANESAR Manager (Accounts) email: onkarsingh@jiml.ac.in

MR. ANIL KUMAR AWASTHI Accountant

Secretarial Assistant

MR. SUDHIR KUMAR SINGH

MR. GUNJAN SAXENA

Senior Office Assistant

Secretarial Assistant

MS. ARTI GUPTA

Placements

Front Office Assistant

MR. B.M. ARORA

Library

Manager (Placements) email: bmarora@jiml.ac.in

MR. D.K. TRIPATHI

Hostels

Librarian email: dktripathi@jiml.ac.in

MR. R. M. TEWARI Library Assistant

MR. P.R. SHUKLA Library Assistant

MS. PARVATHI Girls Hostel Warden email: girlswarden@jiml.ac.in

MR. SUDHAKAR SINGH Boys Hostel Warden email: boysswarden@jiml.ac.in

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Students’ Council The first Students' Council of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow was formed on 15 February, 2004. It was formed to safeguard the interest of the students and to ensure that the students' views are well represented in the JIM community of course, without compromising the reputation, high standards and long term interests of the Institute. The council works on the set of guidelines that govern the conduct of the student body as a whole. Students' Council Constitutional Structure Students Council is headed by President, followed by Treasurer, Secretary and Joint Secretary. Council Committees Academic Council, Cultural Council, Sports Council, Placement Council, JIM FEST Committee. Duties of the students-committees: ƒ

To make every students' stay in JIM Lucknow most rewarding to him/her.

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To help students in any difficulty during their stay at JIM.

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To facilitate the smooth functioning of each member of the council and advise him/her in case of any difficulty.

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To take decisions on matters of importance to the student body.

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To maintain discipline among students.

From President, Students' Council At the time of joining JIML, it seemed that it would be another two years of monotonous learning and classroom attending but it turned out to be exactly opposite. The past one year has changed me a lot and I expect this change to continue for one more year. It is this that turns your time at college into one of life defining moments rather than just a dull, mundane, fulltime job which you do not get paid for. The student life here is truly unique. Whatever your interest, be it academics, sports, cultural or anything else, you can find an association attuned to your interest. From my personal experience, I can guarantee that volunteering within student associations gives you a sense of personal fulfillment and all round achievement that can be felt nowhere else. This college is not a collection of buildings or even of people. It is a cauldron where one throws in the ingredients of some hard work, a tad of skill, a great deal of time a magic mixture which can transform you and your life into anything you want it to be. If you are willing to do your part as a student, which of course means respecting the education you will be given and study appropriately, you should breeze through here seamlessly. Of course problems can and do arise, and whenever any such thing happens, feel free to come to us where you're sure to find more than just a sympathetic ear. My appeal to you is to remember that you are a part of the student body. As an individual, you are the voice shouting in the wilderness yet together you can raise a firestorm. Our job is to channel that energy so that you may make the best use of it, and it is a task we will perform gladly. Choose a cause, and make a difference. Welcome, good luck and thank you.

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Summer Placements After

completing

the

first

year of study, students are sent for a short training of 68

weeks

in

different

reputed organisations for a period of nearly two months on specific assignments. The Summer

Training

is

an

integral part of the PGDM programme

and

aims

at

achieving

the

following

objectives: ƒ

Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the first year to real life problems and to test out and enrich one's understanding, knowledge and skills.

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Gaining deeper understanding in specific functional areas.

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Appreciating the linkages among different functions and developing a realistic managerial perspective about organisations in their totality.

As part of the training, students are required to submit a Project Report and make a presentation to the organisation, if necessary. The Report and the performance feed-back from the organisation are the basis for evaluation of the Project Work at the Institute level. The project report should show that the student is capable of scientific analysis of a problem and can approach the solution for the same in a systematic manner. The project must provide sufficient indication that the student is competent in successful application of acquired management tools and skills to practical problems of industry. The Institute's Corporate Affairs & Placement Cell locates suitable summer placements in different organisations and assigns students to them. Each student gets many offers for Summer Placements, which have been in reputed organizations covering almost all sectors of economy. Some sectors of the economy along with organizations where our students marked their presence are listed belowBANKS Allahabad Bank; Bank of Baroda; Bank of India; Centurion Bank; Citi Bank; Dena Bank; HDFC Bank; HSBC Bank; ICICI Bank; ICICI Direct.com; Indusind Bank; ING Vysya Bank; Kotak Mahindra 40


Bank; NABARD; Punjab National Bank; Standard Chartered Bank; State Bank of India; United Bank of India; Oriental Bank of Commerce; Reserve Bank of India; Yes Bank, etc. INSURANCE HDFC Standard Life Insurance; ICICI Prudential Life Insurance; ING Vysya Life Insurance; Max New York Life Insurance; Om Kotak Life Insurance; Reliance Life Insurance; SBI Life Insurance; Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Co.; Met Life India Insurancecompany Ltd. etc, OTHER FINANCIAL SERVICES HDFC Mutual Fund; Karvy Stock Broking Company; Reliance Money; SBI Mutual Funds; etc. RETAIL Big Bazaar; Globus; Idea Communications; Pantaloon India; Reliance Retail TELECOM; Reliance Communication; Tata Indicom; Liberty; Max Retail Store; Planet M Retail Ltd.; Reliance Fresh; Shoppers Stop; Spencer Retail; Tanishq; Vishal Megamart; Woodland; etc. AUTOMOBILE Mahindra & Mahindra; Tata Motors; Mahindra & Mahindra; Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.; TVS Motors Ltd.; etc. CONSUMER DURABLES Samsung Electronics; Whirlpool India; Crompton Greaves Ltd.; Godrej Appliances; IFB Industries Ltd.; Onida; Voltas India (Tata Group); etc. TELECOMM Airtel; BSNL Lucknow; Aircel; TATA Teleservices; Vodafone; etc. OTHERS Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited; Cera Sanitary ware; Dabur India; Fullerton India Credit; Godrej & Boyce; Havells India Pvt Ltd.; Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages; IFFCO ; Jet Airways ; Jubilant Organosys Ltd. ; L&T ; Modi Revlon ; NIIT Ltd. ; NTPC; ONGC Ltd.; Ricoh India Ltd.; Sahara India Commercial Corporation Limited; Sandvik Asia Ltd.; Tata Steel Ltd.; United Spirit Ltd.; ACC Ltd.; Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd.; Cadbury India Ltd.; Castrol India Ltd.; DCM Shriram Industries Ltd.; GRASIM Industries (ABG Group); HCL Infosystem Limited; HINDALCO; Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.; ITC; JAQUAR & Corporation Ltd.; Kajaria Ceramics Ltd.; Numero Uno.; OUTLOOK INDIA PVT LTD.; Pepsico India Holdings Pvt. Ltd.; SAIL; SIDBI; Hewlette Packard; SMC Global Securities Ltd.; etc.

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Final Placement

The Corporate Affairs Cell of the Institute along with the placement committee, comprising faculty members and a students' team, works towards strengthening placements. The Institute provides complete support to arrange for placement opportunities on the campus. The corporate affairs cell exists for the express purpose of building and keeping effective contacts with firms all over India. The cell performs liaison work between possible employers and the students. Prior to the final placement season the Institute regularly organizes interactive workshops with industry at the campus. The objective of this is to create an opportunity for a)

the industry professionals to interact with our students and assess their calibre.

b)

our students to learn about specific companies and identify which lines of business they would like to work in, as per their aptitude & inclination.

We believe that it is important not to take up any placement except that which you prefer. Only then, the work is done not out of duty alone but out of a desire to continuously add value. Add value to yourself and your organisation. This is a hallmark of responsible business leaders and this is what we want our students to be.

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Recent Recruiters ABN-Amro Bank; Airtel; Bajaj Alliance Life; Bajaj Allianz; Bajaj Capital; Birla Sunlife; Cadilla; Cease Fire; Centurion BOP; CII; Ciplal; Citi Group; CNBC; Coca Colal; Dr. Reddys Laboratories; DSCL; Eli lily; Elixir; Elixir Consultancy; evalue Serve;

Eveready

Appliances;

Industries;

Goodlas

Nerolac

Godrej Paints;

Grail Research; Havells; HCL; HDFC AMC; HDFC Bank; Hindalco Industries; Hindustan Times; ICICI Prudential; IDBI; IFFCO Tokio; India Bulls; Indian Rayon and Industries; IndusInd Bank; Ispat Industries Ltd.; Jay Pee Hotels; Karvy Consultants; Kotak Bank; Kotak Prime; Kotak Securities; M&M; M&M Financials; Magma Leading; Max NY Life; Nicholas Piramal; NIIT; Oberoi Hotels; OM Kotak Life; Pantaloons; Parsec; Pepsico India; Philips India; Prudential ICICI; R.R. Financial; Radio City; Reliance Communication; Reliance General Insurance; Reliance Life; Reliance MF; Sahara; SBI Life; Shoppers Stop; SIDBI; Sigma Trade Wing; SmithKline Beecham; SRF Ltd.; Standard Chartered AMC; Taj Hotels; Tata Indicom; Tata Infotech; TCS; The Times of India; Titan Industries; TVS Electronics; UTI Bank; Whirlpool; WIPRO; Yes Bank; Radio Mirch; Axis Bank; Bharti-Axa; Escorts; Dainik Jagran; Landmark; Career Launcher; Reckitt Benckiser; KASSA; Agile Sourcing; Aegon Religare; UPDESCO; Airson Electronics’; Orient Black Swan; Pearson Education; etc.

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Conferences/ Seminars The Institute organizes National level conferences/seminars wherein eminent speakers and delegates from across the country make presentations and carry out intensive discussion on current business issues. This provides the students and the academic fraternity with a platform for

exchange of ideas and acts as a stimulant for academic growth. It gives the students an excellent opportunity to interact with the industry practitioners and learn from the ensuring discussions. Some themes on which conferences/seminars had been organized at the Institute: Fueling Growth in a Boundary-less World Speakers: Former finance Minister Mr. Yashwant Sinha: President, All India Management Association (AIMA) Mr. Sudhir Jalam: Mr. Subodh Byhargava; Mr. K. N. Prithviraj, Oriental Bank of Commerce. Discovering Perspective on Quality Speakers: Mr. Andreas Plozenke, Quality Consultant, Germany;' Dr. Hayal Koksal, Director, Centre for School of Quality, Turkey; Prof. J. J. Bonstingle President Bonstingal Leadership Development USA: Mr. Richards Ennals Chairman Council for Education in World Citizenship, UK and Dr. Dinesh Chapangain from Nepal Indian Youth and Professional Education in Global Age Speakers: Delegates: Former V.C. of UPTU, Prof. D. S. Chauhan Prof. Vinod Chandra IIT Khargapur, Former VC of Lucknow University Prof. Roop Rekha Verma and Prof. Bhoomitra Dev, Former V.C. of Gorakhpur University. Mergers and Actuations Small Fish Eats the Big Fish Speaker: Prof. A. Sahay, Chairman Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship MDI Gurgaon

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US India Economic Relationship : Possible Implications for Indian Business Speaker: Mr. John Fenerty, Deputy Economic Counselor, US Embassy in New Delhi. Globalization and its implications for developing countries Speaker: Dr. Subhendu Bhattacharya of Illinois Institute of Technology USA The Third National Conference on Interdepence, Integration and Cocreation was held on November 2930, 2009 at the Institute campus. The conference was jointly organized by Jaipuria Institute of Management of Lucknow, Noida Jaipur and Global Institute of Flexible System Management, Delhi. The speakers were Shri A. P. Verma, former chief secretary ,Govt. of UP; Prof. M. M. Anand, Former Dean, FMS Delhi ;Dr. Rajan Saxena ,Former Director, Indian Institute of Management, Indore; Prof. Prem Vrat, Vice Chancellor, UP Technical University; Dr. Partha Sartha Banerjee, Acting Director ,National Institute of Science, Technology & Development Studies, New Delhi; Dr. Arvind Sinha, Professor, IIT Kanpur; Mr. Harish Bijoor, an Eminent Brand Consultant; Mr. Shiv Kumar, Chief General Manager , State Bank of India, Lucknow; Mr., Jagdeep Soin, Vice President HR, the Home Store Ltd.; Mr. Aseem Vivek, Dy. General manager, HDFC Limited Lucknow; Mr. Shree Nath Gangil, Area Manager, Pantaloon Retail India Ltd.; Mr. Prabodh Arya, Director, Titan Showroom; Mr., Prabhat Garg, Director, Changamal. Symposium : Entrepre-neurship Widening Horizons:

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Speakers- Padma Bhushan Shri Hari Shankar Singhania President, JK Organizations; Sri Anil Gupta Senior VP, Indian Industries Association; Shri B. K. Bose, GM, SIDBI ;Dr. G. Agarwal, Chairman and MD, Surgiwear Ltd; Shri Ramesh Chandra, Director,International Electron Devices Ltd., Kanpur ; Shri Jagdish Arora, MD , Krishna Synthetics , Kanpur and Shri Rakesh Jain, MD, Parag Group of Industries, Lucknow.

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Managerial Challenges Seminars

The institute regularly organizes a series of seminars as ‘Managerial Challenges’, Reputed professionals form all walks of life are invited to present before the students the challenges they have come to face in the course of their work and career. The seminarS are meant to be a problem-sharing and solution seeking experience, through which the students are able to create a link between theory and practice. Over the past year, number of illustrious guests visited the campus and shared their experiences and expertise. The seminars delivered by them provided the students with deep knowledge and insights into the real world of business and the challenges therein. By participating in such seminars students imbibe new ideas and values. They are better able to appreciate the importance of hard work, dedication and sincerity to self and work and the need for honesty and ethics in life. Some of the eminent business personalities who have interacted with the students are: Year 2007-2009 24th July 2007: ‘Mergers & Acquisitions – Small fish eats the big fish’ by Dr. A. Sahay, Chairman, Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Management Development Institute, Gurgaon. 31st July 2007: ‘Challenges in outsourcing of IT enabled services’ byDr.Rajiv Kishore, Associate Professor, School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA. 6th Sept. 2007: ‘Indo-US Economic Relationship – Possible implications for Indian Business’ by Mr. John Fennerty, Deputy Economic Counselor, U.S. Embassy, New Delhi. 8th Oct. 2007: ‘Indian Postal Services – Transformational Challenges’ by Ms. Neelam Srivastava, Chief Post Master General, U.P Circle, Lucknow. 25th Jan. 2008: ‘Public Accountability’ by Mr. P.K. Brahma, Dy. Comptroller & Auditor General of India (Retired). 22nd Feb. 2008: ‘Globalization and its implications for developing countries’ by Dr. Subhrendu Bhattacharya, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA. 27th Feb. 2008: ‘Leadership’ by Lt. Sanjiv Kaura, Managing Trustee, Hope 2000 & ‘Lead India’ Finalist. 25th June 2008: ‘Future Challenges for Business’ by Mr. Vinit Singh Chauhan, Vice-President, Finance & Business Management, J. P. Morgan. London

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10th July 2008: 'Leveraging Information Technology to create sustainable Business models'. by Dr. Ravi Patnayakuni, Associate Professor, University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA.

1 6th July 2008: 'Innovation Challenges Before Indian Industry" by Dr. Parthasarthi Banerjee Acting Director, National Institute of Science, Technology & Development Studies (NISTADS). 23rd August 2008: ‘Learning from Life – Short Term Vs Long Term’ by Shri Rakesh Kumar Mittal, IAS, Social Welfare Commissioner, Govt. of U.P. and Chief Coordinator, Kabir Peace Mission, Lucknow 30th August 2008: “Challenges of Managing Continuity and Change” by Dr. Ganesh Natarajan, Global CEO, Zensar Technologies, and Chairman, NASSCOM. 5th Sept. 2008: ‘Multi Polar World – Your Opportunity of a Life Time’ by Shri P.G. Raghuraman, Lead Executive, Accenture Delivery Centre for BPO. 10th Sept. 2008: 'U.S. – India Economic Relations' by Ms. Tejal Shah, Economic Officer and Second Secretary, U.S. Embassy, New Delhi. 18th Nov. 2008: “Issues in Conducting Opinion Poll” by Shri Premchand Palety, Director, Centre for Forecasting & Research, New Delhi. 27th Nov. 2008: “Sanskrit : A Language to Meet the Challenge of Life” by Dr. Sampadananda Mishra, Sri Aurobindo Society, Beach Office, Poindicherry. 6TH Jan. 2009: “The Risks of an Increasingly Dependent Supply Chain” by Dr. Kaushik Sengupta, Dept. of Management, Entrepreneurship & General Business, Frank G. Zarb School Business, Hofstra University, New York. 17th Jan. 2009: “Current Crisis – Its Genesis, Growth & Likely Future Trends” by Mr. Vinit Singh Chauhan, Vice President – JP Morgan, London & “LEVERAGING HUMAN CAPITAL IN TURBULENT TIMES” by Dr. Viren P Singh, Executive Director-HR, RJ Corp. India, 27th Feb. 2009: “India Inc. Rising : The Innovation Challenge” by Mr. Vijay Rai, Group President, Luxra Group, New Delhi. 2006-07 14th July 2006: Challenges of Harmonizing People, Process and Technology by Prof. Prem Vrat, Former Director,IIT Roorkee and Emeritus Fellow, IIT Delhi. 28th July 2006:‘ Challenges of Living upto User Expectations’ by Mr.R.K.Gupta, DRM, Northern Railway, Lucknow. 18th August 2006:‘ Challenges in Change Management – Learnings from Govern-ance in Rural India’ by Mr.Amod Kumar, DM, Faizabad.

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22nd September 2006: Centre, Delhi.

‘Self Management’ by Brahmakumari Urmil, Director, RajaYoga

13th October 2006:‘Increasing the Doctors’ share of prescription – Issues before pharmaceutical companies’ by Mr.Girish Sharma,Regional Manager (U.P, Uttaranchal & M.P), Glaxo Smithkline Beecham Ltd. 11th January 2007:‘Human Rights : An Essential Management Tool’ by Mr.Samer Chaterji, Vice President, SAFE Foundation, Washington D.C, USA. 12th January 2007:‘From Mind to Market’ by Dr.S.P.S Khanuja, Director, CIMAP, Lucknow. 19th January 2007:‘Indian Conciousness in Management’ by Partho, Sri Aurobindo for Integral Management, Pondicherry & Coveda, Chandigarh.

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2nd February 2007:‘Measuring the Reputation of Investment Bankers’ by Dr. Ajai K. Singh, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, USA. 9th February 2007:‘Service Operations Strategy’ by Dr. Vijay R. Kannan, Vernon Maughan Buehler & MaRee C. Buehler Professor, College of Business, Utah State University, Logan. 2005-06 July 22, 2005:‘Challenges of Promoting Enlightened Self-Interest’ by Dr.Surat Singh, President, Harvard Club of India. August 5, 2005: ‘Learnings derived from E-Chaupal initiative’ by Mr.Milan Anandan, Branch Manager, ITC Ltd.(International Business Division), Lucknow. September 16, 2005:‘Challenges in Developing & Servicing General Insurance Business in India’ by Mr.Arun Agarwa, Managing Director, Cholamandalam MS General Insurance Co. Ltd., Chennai. September 21, 2005: ‘Professional Ethics’ Vivekananda College, Tiruvedakam West.

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September 23, 2005:‘Challenges Faced by Large Public Sector Banks’ by Mr.P.Bhashyam, Chief General Manager, SBI, Lucknow. November 10, 2005:‘IPR in the post-CBD and WTO regime’ by Dr.P.Pushpanga- dan, Director, NBRI, Lucknow. December 2, 2005:‘Health System Challenges for Improving Outcomes in India’ by Berman, Lead Economist (HNP), The World Bank, New Delhi.

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January 5, 2006:‘Challenges in Managing Stress’ by Rajyogini Brahma Kumari Asha, Director, Om Shanti Retreat Centre,New Delhi. January 12, 2006:‘Approaches to Fraud and Bankruptcy Prediction’ by Dr.Kuldeep Kumar, Faculty of Business, Bond University, Australia. January 20, 2006: ‘Right to Information – Challenges before Management’ by Dr.Yogendra Narain, Secretary – General, Rajya Sabha. February 3, 2006:‘Managing Units Abroad’ by Mr.C.V.Singh, Vice President, Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. Ltd., Korea. February 10, 2006:‘Challenges of Providing Effective Urban Transportation System’ by Mr.Manoj Kumar Aggarwal, Dy. Secretary, Deptt. of Urban Development, Govt. of N.C.T of Delhi. February 24, 2006:‘Listening to the customers and competitor customer for Improving the value of product – LCV Vehicles’ by Tata Motors, Lucknow. March 3, 2006: ‘Strategic Planning & Deployment – An Approach Towards erformance Excellence’ by Mr.Pradeep Narula, Vice President, - Corporate Planning, Ricoh India Ltd. 48


Life at Campus Cultural Cell: This cell trains students to dissolve their different cultural and regional identities to give rise to the unique JIM culture where they learn the importance and harmony amidst diversity. The students are engaged in managing cultural as well as corporate events. Infrastructure Cell: Here, the students get an opportunity to learn the importance of TQM (Total Quality Management). They also learn about the management of workplace environment and its effect of efficacy on human mind. The students in this Cell maintain and manage the basic infrastructure facilities as well as the decor of the Institute and constantly strive to improve upon them. Sports Cell: To promote student interests in game and sports, the Sports Cell organizes sports meet once a year and different matches and tournaments are held throughout the year. The Campus has facilities for indoor and outdoor sports-TT, carrom, volleyball, cricket, football and swimming. Corporate Resource Cell: The Institute organizes a lecture series wherein eminent persons are invited to speak on topics of current public interest. Various seminars and conferences are organized to further facilitate accomplishment of the purpose. Besides, students are encouraged to take up live research projects and to participate in various national/international seminars and conferences besides being nominated to various events organized by other top B-schools of the country. E-Cell: The Entrepreneurship Cell at JIM firmly believes that emerging economies like India need the drive and innovation of young entrepreneurs. The Cell therefore aims at manifesting the latent entrepreneurial spirit of the youth. The Cell motivates the youth to start-up their own enterprise. The E-cell at JIM organizes various kinds of activities all round the year to promote entrepreneurship among budding entrepreneurs. Clubs: The students of the Institute have set up four clubs to encourage debates as well as dissemination of new knowledge in the specialized areas of their interest. These clubs known as the "Finance Club", "Marketing Club", "IT Club", and "HR Club" encourage students to have a hands-on experience on how events are organized besides furthering their knowledge base

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Cultural Activities

The Institute's belief is that involvement in different extra curricular activities helps students in their overall personality development. To this end, the Institute regularly organizes events which serve as a platform for analytical thinking and informal interactions. Students are also encouraged to organize inter B-school events and also to participate in various similar programs of other Bschools, colleges and associations.

The first cultural event of the academic year is “Talaash� the Fresher's Talent Hunt. The purpose of this event is to facilitate informal interaction between the seniors and the juniors. It provides the juniors a platform to showcase their talents in various cultural activities like singing, choreography, skits, ad mad and painting and sketching.

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This year the students of the institute attended, competed and conquered at various competitions. Our teams, participate in the IIT, Kanpur Fest: Antaragni, ACUMEN, INDEX and MANFEST of IIML, AIMA National Student Games, etc.

OJAS '08 (JIM Fest)

This is most awaited annual event which attracts B- schools from all over the country. This event gives an opportunity to the students to showcase their talent not only through participation but also help them to emerge as better managers. The big business organizations like SBI, ITC and Compaq came ahead to sponsor this two day cultural and academic festival. An array of events like inquisitive (Corporate quiz), Debate, Market Research Game, HR Best Manager, Panel Discussion, Ad Mad Show, Skit, Case Study, Face painting, Rangoli, Fashion Show, Singing, Dance, Rock Band competition marks the occasion. This year the festival saw participation of teams from IIM, Lucknow, Amity, BBDITM, LUMBA and HBTI, Kanpur.

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In-House Publications The Institute endeavours to create and maintain a regular flow of information both within and outside the organisation. We have two in-house publications–a quarterly newsletter 'JIM Newsletter' and a bi-annual journal 'Management Dynamics ISSN 0972-5067'. The newsletter is an update of the activities of the Institute. A quarterly review of the progress of the Institute, including major events, seminars, guest lectures, faculty activities and students' extra-curricular achievements is done in the newsletter. The journal 'Management Dynamics' is a forum for discussion of the changes in the functional areas of management and the dynamics of the business environment. This journal comprises articles of national interest, practical experiences and pedagogical aspects including case research in management areas. It is a compilation of mostly research-based articles contributed by academicians and industry professionals. We regularly update our 'Alumni Directory'. This results in closer ties with the alumni who evince a keen interest in the activities of the Institute particularly placements.

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Eminent Guest Speakers from Industry/Business/Academics Shri Rakesh Kumar Mittal, Social welfare Commissioner, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and chief coordinator, Kabir Peace Mission. Shri P.G. Raghuraman, Lead executive, Accenture Delivery centre for BPO. Dr. Ravi Patnayakuni, Associate Professor, University of Alabama in Huntsville, U.S.A. Dr. Rajiv Kishore, Associate Professor,. School of Management, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA Prof. Bibek Debroy, Secretary General PHDCCI, Brahama Kumari, Urmil Raja Yoga Centre Delhi Mr. Vinit Singh Chauhan VP JP Morgan London Mr. Vijay Rai, Group President, Luxra Group Mr. Rajat Kumar, General Management-operatic Hindustan Times. Mr. Raghuraman Lead Exectuvie Ancetures. Mr. P. Bhashyam Chief General Manager SBI Lucknow Mr. K.C. Girotra, Consultant TATA Motors, Pune and Formerly Vice- President and Plant Lead, TATA Motors, Lucknow. Mr. John Fennerty ,Dy., Economic Counselor, US Embassy, New Delhi. Mr. C. V. Singh Vce Presedien tTATA Daewoo Comercial Vehicle Co Ltd.. Korea Lt. Sanjiv Kaura Managing Trustee HPEL 2000 and Lead India Finalist Rajyogini Brahma Kumari Asha Director OM Shanti Retreat Centre New Delhi Prof. Prem Vrat, Fromer Director, IIT Roorkee and Emeritus Fellow, IIT Delhi Prof. A., Sahay, Chairman, Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, MDI Gurgaon. Ms. Premchand Palety, Director C-Fore, Delhi Ms. Neelam Srivastava CPMG ,UP circle, Lucknow Ms,. Tejal Shah Second Secretary US Embassy Mr. R. K. Gupta ,DRM Northern Railway, Lucknow Mr. Partho Director, Sri Aurobindo Foundation for Integral Management Mr. P, K.l Brahma Dy. Comptroller and Auditors General of India (Retd.) Mr. Milan Anandan Branch Manager ITC Ltd. Lucknow Mr. M. K. Aggarwal Dy. Secretary Deptt, of Urban Development Govt. of NCT of Delhi Mr. Krishna Gubli, Regional Manager, East – Business Technology Services, Wipro Technologies Mr. Girish Sharma Regional manager Glaxo Smithkline Beecham Ltd. Mr. A. Agarwal Managing Director Cholamandalam MS GIC Ltd Chennai Dr. Yogendra Narain Secretary General Rajya Sabha Dr. Viren P Singh, Executive Director-HR, RJ Corp. Dr. Vijay Khanna Vernon Mughan Buehler & MaRee C. Buehler Prof. College of Business Utah State University Logan Dr. Surat Singh President Harvard Club of India Dr. Subhendu Bhattachyar Illinois Institute of Technology USA Dr. Sampadananda Mishra from Shri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry. 53


Dr. Sameer Chatterjee Vice President SAFE Foundation Washington. D.C. Dr. Peter Berman Lead Economist H\NP The World Bank New Delhi Dr. PaRthasarthi Banerjee, Acting Director, National Institute of Science , Technology Development

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Dr. Kuldeep Kumar Faculty of Business Bond University Australia Dr. Kaushik Sengupta , Development of Management, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University, U.S.A. Dr. Ganesh Natrajan, Global CEO, Zensar Technologies and Chairman ,NASSCOM. Dr. Ajai K Singh Weatherhead School of Management Case Western Reserve University, USA

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Admission Process S No

Name of the Course

Duration

01

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

2 year full-time

180

02

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Retail 2 year full-time Management)—PGDM (RM)

60

03

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Financial 2 year full-time Services)—PGDM (FS)

60

04

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

30

3 year part-time

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NOTE: ADMISSION TO 2 YEAR FULL-TIME PGDM ONLY THROUGH CAT CONDUCTED BY IIMs.

ADMISSION PROCESS: 1)

Eligibility: The Programme is targeted at individuals with high potential for success in business and industry. Such individuals must have successfully completed a Bachelor's degree or equivalent (under 10+2+3 system) with at least 50% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA in any discipline from a University recognized by Association of Indian Universities / AICTE. Candidates appearing in the final year of their bachelor's degree are also eligible, provided they complete all formalities of their examination before June 30 for the academic session beginning from July. Such candidates, on selection, will be allowed to join the programme provisionally only. The deadline for submission of mark sheet and the certificate is December 31 of that academic year. Non-fulfillment of this condition will automatically result in cancellation of the provisional admission.

2)

Application Form: The Institute's brochure and application form can be obtained: By cash payment of Rs. 1000/- from the institute By post (enclosing demand draft for Rs.1050/- drawn in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management, payable at Lucknow.

3)

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By download from www.jiml.ac.in and submit the same with a DD of Rs. 1050/drawn in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management, payable at Lucknow.

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10% of the total seats are reserved for Company sponsored. However, they are required to appear in CAT. (for PGDM Full time) or CAT/MAT/XAT (For PGDM (FS) and PGDM (RM).

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For 2 year full-time PGDM Programme at Lucknow, the candidates have to specify CAT Registration No. along with Centre Code.

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The last date for receiving the completed application form for PGDM programmes at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow, is December 10, 2009 for PGDM (Full time) and Jan 31, 2010 for PGDM (RM) and PGDM (FS) Programmes.

Admission Test Scores ¾

Candidates are required to produce the original CAT score card at the time of GD/PI.


Corporate sponsored students are also required to submit their original CAT/MAT/XA Time score card at the time of GD/PI.

Note: Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow, uses CAT score for short-listing of candidates for PGDM (Full time), and IIMs have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the programme. 4)

Application Submission: The completed application form must reach the Institute on or before the date specified.

5)

Group Discussion and Interview: The Group Discussion and personal interview are integral components of the admission process. The objective is to identify and assess interpersonal skills in addition to the overall knowledge of the student. Candidates short listed according to their CAT score shall be called for Group Discussion and Interview in the month of January/February 2012. The Group Discussion and Personal Interview will be conducted at Lucknow, Jaipur, Noida, Varanasi, Patna, Kolkata, Mumbai and Bangaluru. Candidates should indicate their preferred centre(s) for group discussion and interview in the application form. If a candidate's preferred centre is not available, the candidate will be informed of the change. The Institute reserves the right to add or cancel any of the centres for group discussion and interview.

6)

Selection Process: The criteria for final selection is based on scores in CAT, Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The evaluation for GD is based on English communication, team work, awareness, analysis & synthesis. The assessment for personal interview is based on subject knowledge and personality. Credit is also, given to the past academic achievements and work experience of the candidate. The admission offers are made on pure merit. The merit list is prepared for candidates who have qualified in the GD and Personal Interview. The rank of the student in the admission merit list is obtained by giving weights of 60%, 10%, 20% and 10% to the CAT/MAT/XAT, GD, Personal Interview scores and past academic achievements and work experience respectively. Successful candidates will be informed of their final selection by speed post. The selected candidates must pay their first installment of fees within the stipulated time mentioned in the admission offer letter.

7)

Programme Fee: The programme fee covers Laptop, tuition, books/reading material, access to and use of the Library and Computer Lab, student activities, professional charges, and fee for admission and examinations. The fee structure for the PGDM, PGDM (RM) and PGDM (FS) batch of 2010-12 are as under: 1st Year (20102011)

2nd Year (20112012)

Regular Students

Rs. 3,00,000

Rs. 3,00,000

Corporate sponsored students

Rs. 6,00,000

Rs. 6,00,000

Security (Refundable)

Rs.10,000/-

Nil

Programme categories

8)

Fee

for

various

Programme Fee for 3 year part-time PGDM: The programme fee covers reading material, access to and use of the Library and Computer Lab, student activities, professional charges, and fee for admission and examinations. The fee structure is as under:Programme Name

1st Year (2009-2010)

2nd Year (2010-2011)

PGDM (PT) Security (Refundable)

Rs. 70,000 Rs. 10,000/-

Rs. 65,000 NIL

3rd Year (20112012) Rs. 65,000 NIL


HOSTEL FEE FOR VARIOUS CATEGORIES (Excluding Mess charges) Hostel Charges*( Double Occupancy): Men Hostel Charges* (Triple Occupancy): Men Hostel Charges* (Double Occupancy): Women Hostel Charges* (Single Occupancy): Women Refundable Hostel Security 9)

Rs. 39,000

Rs. 39,000

Rs. 26,000

Rs. 26,000

Rs. 39,000 Rs. 50,000

Rs. 39,000 Rs. 50,000

Mess charges are on actual basis Rs. 10,000

Nil

Fee Payment: The programme fee are payable in 6 instalments across the period of the course. Hostel fee are payable for the year along with 1st instalment and fourth instalment of programme fee. The payment schedule is as under: Academic Year 2010-2011

Installment No. 1

Amount Rs 1,60,000 (Incl. Refundable security of Rs. 10,000) Rs.75,000 Rs.75,000 Rs. 1,50,000 Rs. 75,000 Rs. 75,000

Due on Within two weeks of receiving offer letter

September 13, 2010 2 3 December 13, 2010 March 14, 2011 4 2011-2012 5 September 12, 2011 December 11, 2011 6 Schedule of payment of fee for PGDM (Part-time) will be communicated to the qualified students through the offer letter. Fees are payable in advance by Demand Draft of scheduled commercial bank drawn in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management and payable at Lucknow. 10)

Fee Payment Condition The following conditions apply to payment of programme fees and other dues: Fees are payable in advance as per the Fee Schedule mentioned above by Demand Draft of scheduled commercial bank drawn in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management and payable at Lucknow. Penalty for late fee payment will be as per the Institute Rules. Total fee of the programme alongwith security amount (refundable) are payable by Corporate / NRI sponsored/ foreign students at the time of admission. Hostel fee for the year along with security amount (refundable) is payable in advance at the time of allotment of a hostel seat. Stay in the Institute Hostel is compulsory for outstation students. The total programme fee will stand forfeited if a student after having been enrolled leaves studies in-between for any reason whatsoever or fails to complete the studies or is disqualified to do so.

11)

Scholarship: To encourage the students, a number of scholarships are awarded to meritorious students. In the first year the scholarships are based on the performance of the


students in CAT and in the selection process of the institute comprising group discussions and personal interview. In the second year scholarships would be available to the first three rank holders on the basis of their performance in the first year of the programme. Institute Medals: These medals are awarded for scholastic achievements to the three top ranking students of each PGDM programme during the annual convocation of the Institute. Merit Certificate and prizes: Merit certificates and prizes are given to those who rank first in each area of specialization of the PGDM programmes like Marketing, Finance, HR and IT. 12)

Refund Policy: The refund policy of the Institute in case of withdrawal / cancellation of admission is as per the rules of AICTE vide its Public Notice Advt. No. AICTE/ Legal/ 04(01)/2007.

13)

Educational Loan: Many commercial banks and financial institutions provide educational loans to students. For details, candidates may contact branch offices of such banks. The institute has a tie up with Punjab National Bank, State Bank of India, Allahabad Bank, etc. for educational loan to our students subject to fulfillment of the bank requirements and formalities by them.


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