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One Family, One Team, One Culture, One Goal Sri Balaji Society is a charitable trust established under Societies Registration Act 1860 & Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950. Approved by AICTE & "Equivalent to MBA" approval by AIU The Management Institutes and Other Colleges under our aegis are as under:

Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM) Balaji Institute of Telecom and Management (BITM) Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB) Balaji Institute of Management and Human Resource Development (BIMHRD) Balaji Law College (BLC) (Approved by Bar Council of India & Affiliated to University of Pune) Balaji College of Arts, Commerce and Science (BCACS) (Affiliated to University of Pune) Balaji Junior College of Arts, Commerce and Science (BJCACS) (Approved by Govt. of Maharashtra) 

Tel.: (020)-66741235 /36

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Join this march with us to conquer your aspirations


Presenting before you

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The History: Blessings to Sri Balaji Society

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From the President's Desk

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Know the Founder of Sri Balaji Society

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Our Gurus

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Learning from the Corporate Leaders

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Eminent Guest Speakers

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Infrastructure

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Campus Placements

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Company Project Studies

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10 Management Programs at BIMM

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11 Management Programs at BITM

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12 Management Programs at BIIB

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13 Management Programs at BIMHRD

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14 Additional Academics Inputs MOU with SAP India Pvt. Ltd., Etc.

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15 Balaji Law College (BLC)

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16 BCACS and BJCACS

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17 Academic Inputs

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18 Admission Process for the Management Institutes

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19 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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20 Festivals @ Sri Balaji Society

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21 Cultural's @ Sri Balaji Society

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22 Alumni Meet @ Sri Balaji Society

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23 Life @ Sri Balaji Society

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24 Drishti @ Sri Balaji Society

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On 13th February, 2000 seen from right to left are Gen S Padmanabhan, Chief of the Army Staff; Mr. L. C. Singh, CEO, Nihilent Technologies; Maj Gen S Krishnamurthy (Retd)-Chairman, Governing Body BIMM; Lt Gen B T Pandit, Former Adjutant General; General V P Malik COAS; Dr. S B Mujumdar, Founder Director & President Symbiosis; Admiral J G Nadkarni, Former Chief of Naval Staff; Air Chief Marshal H. Moolgavkar, Former Chief of Air Staff & Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian, Executive Director & President Sri Balaji Society

(Reproduced from the Prospectus 2001)

The History: Blessings to Sri Balaji Society- 13 th Feb. 2000


From the President’s Desk Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian President, Sri Balaji Society Chairman, Campus Placements Executive Director BIMM & Dean BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD

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ri Balaji Society , Pune means quality and commitment to the students' community. We believe that each and every student has the potential to be groomed to have a successful corporate career. Converting the right candidates to the right jobs through right training and development has always been the goal of our Society. We are deeply pleased to state that we have achieved the same to a larger extent as can be seen from the Track-Record of campus placements of our management institutes. We are proud to state that, within an existence of 15 years Sri Balaji Society is known not only for the best infrastructure but also for the best faculties. Sri Balaji Society is already ranked as one amongst top Three for ‘visiting faculties’ in India by ‘Business India’ dated 17th Oct. 2010, which means active involvement of corporate stalwarts in imparting instructions and practical exposure to students about the industry. The same prestigious business magazine has also ranked Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM), formerly known as Indian Institute of Modern Management (IIMM) - the first B-School of Sri Balaji Society, as one amongst the Top five B-Schools for ‘Marketing’ specialisation in the country. BIMM is also ranked as one amongst the top 13 private B-schools in the country, top 28 B-schools in the country and one amongst top 2 B-school in Pune by Outlook magazine dated 1st October, 2012. BIMM is ranked as one amongst 4th Business School in India for the return on investment(ROI), (Source OUTLOOK OCT 6, 2014.) Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM) is ranked as 46th Top B -School in India.( Source: Times & Nielson Survey, Times Top B School Survey, 31st March 2014.Times of India). Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB) is ranked as (A+++) B- School in India (Source: Go Getter May,2014) . Balaji Institute of Management and Human Resource Development (BIMHRD) Pune is ranked 42nd Top B -School in India.(Source: Times Nielson Survey, Times Top B School Survey , 31st March 2014.Times of India). BITM, BIIB, BIMHRD are also one amongst the best B-Schools ranked (A++) by ‘Business India’ in the country and enjoys very good campus placements. All these four institutes viz. BIMM, BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD are approved by AICTE. I am proud to record here that more than 850 students from all these four Management Institutes of Sri Balaji Society have been placed in the Industry by every year with good compensation package. The compensation package varies according to the company and competencies of each individual. This track record has encouraged us to initiate more bold and innovative training methods with active support from the corporate stalwarts and the Industry who have recognized our sincerity and seriousness to the cause of growth and development of our students who are excelling themselves in the industry and are proving to be the fast-trackers. The excellent faculties, conducive environment, good infrastructure and stimulating atmosphere in our campus enable students to dream and work hard to achieve their goals. It should be noted that being creative, experimenting and unconventional group of B-Schools, we keep on updating our course-curriculum and this has increased the efficiency and effectiveness of our students. We treat time as the most precious resource. Therefore, classes-exercises-examinations may be scheduled around the clock, for longer hours, and hence the students are required to go through rigorous and

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hectic grooming/ training process for 365 days. We don't believe in the concept of holidays as twoyears is a short period to impart all the skills and knowledge competencies. Therefore, only those who are medically fit to undergo rigorous and a hectic schedule should seek admission. Positive attitude is the other requisite of our Society. Sri Balaji Society functions on the lines of Industry and University. The Directors of the Society are the pillars of the society and are devoted to the welfare, growth efficiency, excellence of education and training in each of the Management Institutes on the lines of a Corporate Headquarters. The Directors of the Institutes are scholars and great leaders in their own right and work hand in hand with the Directors of the Society as one family. Each director is empowered to take decisions within the framework of rules and regulations laid down by Sri Balaji Society. The rules and regulations of Sri Balaji Society are framed by a High-Power Committee which comprises of, all the Directors and Advisors of Sri Balaji Society. Each institute is also having its own sub-committee comprising of the Director and Faculties of the institute. This interdependent and independent stand of each Institute, enables us to grow together by drawing the expertise, energy and resources from all the sources of the Society. We have a common prospectus for all the four management institutes of Sri Balaji Society, because everything is common in Sri Balaji Society. Common culture, common grooming, common training methods, common examinations and common facilities which ultimately ensures that the quality standards in all the institutes are maintained at par and no one is in a disadvantageous position. The unity-in-diversity approach is helping us in a big way. The students are the biggest beneficiaries as is seen in the real test i.e , in the campus placements season. Most of the companies are seeing the students of all the four institutes who fulfill the qualitative requirements. Only a few of the companies are visiting particular institutes of Sri Balaji Society. These couple of companies, about 10 or so, too are being apprised to see all the institutes.

Oqne- A- O` q` mcg` l ` m Principal Director, Sri Balaji Society

Oqne- Rt qdr g Bg` mcq` O` cgx Director (Academics), Sri Balaji Society Director, BIIB

Admissions to all the courses run by BIMM/ BITM/ BIIB/ BIMHRD are on merit, based on a Combined Admission Process, which will be held at Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chandigarh, Chennai, Dehradun, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Jammu, Kochi, Kolkata, Kota, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Varanasi, Belgaum, Coimbatore, Gangtok, Gwalior, Trivandrum and Vijayawada. However, we reserve the right to cancel any centre if warranted due to any contingency. We accept CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT scores. We don't believe in cut off score as we feel that Sri Balaji Society Model of selection has proved the test of time as it covers all the requisites including personality and other relevant factors. We give due weightage to all these relevant factors. This can be seen from the track record of our campus placements. Our selection process, in the selection centres involves Group Discussions, Essay Writing and Personal Interviews. It may be mentioned here that, IIM's are not involved in our selection or grooming methods. All these scores of entrance exam, group discussion, essay and interview are given due weightage and final merit-list is drawn based on which courses/institutes are allotted to the applicants. Therefore, students can buy one prospectus and can apply to any one or to all the courses offered in all the management institutes of Sri Balaji Society through one common application form. During the selections, the expert panels will study the suitability of the candidates for the course applied by them and then allot either the same course applied by the candidate or other alternate suitable course in any of the institutes although the student will initially be considered according to the preference given by the student. In case, the student does not stand in the Merit-list for the course applied according to preferences he/she will be considered for other courses offered by any of the institutes. We assume that fresh graduates are not well-equipped to know about the job-contents of various courses and therefore, it is our duty to match the candidate to the right course and according to the merit-list.

Oqne- Ahit F - Ohkk` h Director (IT), Sri Balaji Society,

Cq- 'L r ( Chl okd R` hmh Director (Corporate Relations), Sri Balaji Society

The course curriculum for each course has been designed in consultation with corporate stalwarts and will be implemented as hither-to-fore. It may be mentioned that our course-contents are designed and bench-marked with the best B-Schools. Personality development of students is a critical requirement for the growth and development of students. Therefore, a lot of work-shops and co-curricular activities are conducted regularly by the society in all the institutes to ensure that Oqne- A- O` q` l ` m` mcg` m Director (Finance)

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the students are immensely benefitted. Guest lectures, Management Games and Seminars are integral parts of the intensive training provided to our students. Very Senior Trainers and Corporate Stalwarts from the industry regularly visit us for the same. Discipline, Dedication and Determination are our Core-Values. While we adopt a paternalistic approach in matters of welfare and mentoring, we deal with the in-disciplined students with an iron hand. Sri Balaji Society is run on the lines of an industry and rules and regulations are considered supreme. Therefore, you are requested to go through the instructions published in this prospectus and to make your choice. We can assure you that your admission in any of our B-schools would mean the right step to ultimately land up in corporate careers.

Cq- 'L r ( Rddl ` Rhmf g,Ynj ` qj ` q Director, BITM

Welcome – Welcome To Sri Balaji Society. Your's sincerely

Oqne- C- R- J ` c` l Director (Projects & Alumni Affairs) Sri Balaji Society

Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian Executive Director BIMM & Dean BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD Chairman Campus Placement, President, Sri Balaji Society.

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Director - BIIB & Academics Sri Balaji Society

Director - IT & Admission Incharge Sri Balaji Society

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Advisor (Infrastructure) Sri Balaji Society

Director (Finance) Sri Balaji Society

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Director, BITM

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Controller of Examinations Sri Balaji Society

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KNOW THE FOUNDER OF SRI BALAJI SOCIETY AND IT’S MANAGEMENT INSTITUTES & COLLEGES

Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian with Late Mr. Gyani Zail Singh the former President of India

With the former President of India Late Mr. K. R. Narayanan

With the then Prime Minister of India Late Mr. I.K. Gujral

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“Prof. (Col.) A. Balasubramanian is a rare personality known for his creative approach and making history after history. He is a classical example of courage, commitment and intimate relationship with the corporate world. I have seen him as a student, as a soldier, as a lecturer, as a trainer, as a consultant, as the director of a Management institute, as the chairman, University paper setting/evaluation committee for MBA/MPM examination and now, as an author. He has many feathers in his cap and is known for his creative, successful and bold experiments in management education/ventures�. Dr. P.C. Shejwalkar Former Dean Faculty of Management Studies University of Pune.

Dr. ( Col) A.Balasubramanian with Dr. P.C. Shejwalkar

Field Marshall S. H. F. J Manekshaw felicitating Dr. ( Col) A. Balasubramanian on his honorery rank of Colonel

Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian with Mr. Mukesh Ambani, Chairman & MD, Reliance Industries

Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian with Mr. Ratan Tata, Ex-Chairman, TATA Group

Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian with Mr. Azim Premji, Chairman & CEO, Wipro Group

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Rare Honour

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We are proud of the extra ordinary achievements in their respective fields for which they were conferred the honorary rank of ‘Lieutenant Colonel’ & ‘Group Captain’ by the Government Of India.

Honorary Colonels : Rare Honour ! 24th September 2008

30th June 1997

Colonel A. Balasubramanian President, Sri Balaji Society, Pune

10th July 2009

3rd September 2010

1st November 2011

1st November 2011

Lt. Col. Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Lt. Col. Abhinav Bindra Olympic Gold Medalist

Indian Cricket Team Captain

We are very proud of Bala Sir for being one amongst this elite group of legendary personalities. In fact to the best of our knowledge he holds the ‘record’ of being the only one from the cadre of JCOs/ OR in the Indian Army to be bestowed with the honorary rank of ‘Full Colonel’ till today, which is a rare honour. - Students’ Councils Sri Balaji Society 11


Media Speaks

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THE TIMES OF INDIA 20th May 2011

Sakal Times 10th June 2011

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ECONOMIC TIMES 11th July 2011

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THE TIMES OF INDIA 18th Feb 2014

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Our Gurus: They train us

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Our Faculties Dr.(Col) A. Balasubramanian President - Sri Balaji Society

Dr. Manisha Shukla Professor

Dr. Archana Srivastava Associate Professor

Dr. G. Gopalakrishnan Director

Dr. Manjeshwar R. R. Professor

Dr. Arjun Herbhagwandas Madan Associate Professor

Dr. Hirak Dasgupta Director

Dr. Milind Oka Professor

Dr. Seema Singh Zokarkar Director

Dr. P. K. Sinha Professor

Dr. Suresh Chandra Padhy Director

Dr. Purushottam Wadje Professor

Dr. A. P. Ghosh Professor

Dr. S. B. Agase Professor

Dr. Abhyankar Suresh Keshav Professor

Dr. V. P. Sharma Professor

Dr. Asha Naik Professor

Dr. Vikram Singh Professor

Dr. Ashok Kumar Mitra Professor

Dr. Abhilasha Sharma Associate Professor

Dr. Dimple Saini Professor

Dr. Ajit Sane Associate Professor

Dr. Ashish Gadekar Associate Professor Dr. Col Bharat Jhingon Associate Professor Dr. Meena Sharma Associate Professor Dr. Priyanka Srivastava Associate Professor Dr. Rashmi Mahajan Associate Professor Dr. Rishi Prakash Shukla Associate Professor Dr. Ruby Chatwal Associate Professor Dr. Sanjit Kumar Dash Associate Professor Dr. Sweta Banerjee Associate Professor

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Our Faculties Dr. Vibhor Paliwal Associate Professor

Prof. Kadam David Sampat Associate Professor

Prof. Alfee Sharma Assistant Professor

Dr. Vidya Nakhate Associate Professor

Prof. Moreshwar Garde Associate Professor

Prof. Alka Jain Assistant Professor

Dr. Vikram Mohite Associate Professor

Prof. R. Somasundaram Associate Professor

Prof. Ambudi Jadhav Assistant Professor

Dr. Suruchi Verma Assistant Professor

Prof. Sanjay Pai Associate Professor

Prof. Amol Ankush Assistant Professor

Brig. M L Bhambahni Professor

Prof. Ulhas Jambhale Associate Professor

Prof. Amrapali More Assistant Professor

Prof. A P Rao Professor

Prof. V.T. Vignesh Associate Professor

Prof. Anant Wakde Assistant Professor

Prof. H.S. Currimbhoy Professor

Prof. Vikas Namjoshi Associate Professor

Prof. Anup Shivnechari Assistant Professor

Prof. Biju Pillai Associate Professor

Prof. Ajay V. Ramdasi Assistant Professor

Prof. Anupam Kumari Assistant Professor

Prof. Dilip Bam Associate Professor

Prof. Aanchal Singh Assistant Professor

Prof. Archana Patil Assistant Professor

Prof. Jacob K. Jacob Associate Professor

Prof. Ajim Shaikh Assistant Professor

Prof. B. Manjunatha Assistant Professor Prof. B. Maheshwar Rao Assistant Professor

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Our Faculties Prof. Balaji Reddie Assistant Professor

Prof. Gunit Kaur Sethi Assistant Professor

Prof. Mihir Badiani Assistant Professor

Prof. Chandana Jha Assistant Professor

Prof. Gurunath Waghle Assistant Professor

Prof. Mittal Mohite Assistant Professor

Prof. Chinnu Rajan Assistant Professor

Prof. Hemant Gupta Assistant Professor

Prof. Monika Kaul Assistant Professor

Prof. Darshan Mejari Assistant Professor

Prof. Javed A. Kalim Assistant Professor

Prof. A. Muni Raju Assistant Professor

Prof. Debasisa Samantaraya Assistant Professor

Prof. Jaysingrao Babanrao Bhosale Assistant Professor

Prof. Neha Kabra Assistant Professor

Prof. Deepraj Jain Assistant Professor Prof. Dhanashri Patil Assistant Professor Prof. Eshy Khambra Assistant Professor Prof. G. Rajavel Assistant Professor Prof. Geetu Varyani Assistant Professor

Prof. K. Bharat Ram Kumar Assistant Professor Prof. Kawaljit Kaur Assistant Professor Prof. Komal Kumbhare Assistant Professor Prof. Madhulika Gupta Assistant Professor Prof. Mansi Latawa Assistant Professor

Prof. Nimisha Mishra Assistant Professor Prof. Niraj Bijwe Assistant Professor Prof. Nirmal Satish Jagannath Assistant Professor Prof. Prabakaran V. Assistant Professor Prof. Pragyan Paramita Assistant Professor Prof. Pranita Singh Assistant Professor Prof. Priyanka Bobade Assistant Professor

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Our Faculties Prof. R. Thenmozhi Assistant Professor

Prof. Shivaji Bothe Assistant Professor

Prof. Surekha Rayaphale Assistant Professor

Prof. Rahamatbi M. Nadaf Assistant Professor

Prof. Shraddha Kulkarni Assistant Professor

Prof. Sushil Mavale Assistant Professor

Prof. Rajesh Yadav Assistant Professor

Prof. Shreeprasad Kulkarni Assistant Professor

Prof. Swapnil Udgir Assistant Professor

Prof. Ramesh Jadhav Assistant Professor

Prof. Shrikant Waghulklar Assistant Professor

Prof. Sweta Agarwal Assistant Professor

Prof. Ramya R. Assistant Professor

Prof. Shruti Vadeyar Assistant Professor

Prof. Vaibhav Shivaji Patil Assistant Professor

Prof. Raut Vipul Hitendra Assistant Professor

Prof. Shweta Kumar Assistant Professor

Prof. Vankiripalli Ameerbasha Assistant Professor

Prof. Rubha P. Assistant Professor

Prof. Shyamarghya Mukherjee Assistant Professor

Prof. Varjeet Kaur Assistant Professor

Prof. Sandesh Meshram Assistant Professor

Prof. Smita Wale Assistant Professor

Prof. Vijaya Lakshmi Assistant Professor

Prof. Sanjay C.P. Assistant Professor

Prof. Sonal Khatri Assistant Professor

Prof. Vinod Kumar Pal Assistant Professor

Prof. Shabanabi Jafar Shaikh Assistant Professor

Prof. Soumya Sivani Assistant Professor

Prof. Vividha Bahety Assistant Professor

Prof. Shalini Shivram Assistant Professor

Prof. Suman Kumar Verma Assistant Professor

Prof. Yogita Patil Assistant Professor

Prof. Shikha Shubham Assistant Professor

Prof. Sunita Bhagat Assistant Professor

Prof. Zanzad Anuja Ashok Assistant Professor

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Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Dr. A A Attarwala Trainer Dr. Ajit Parulekar Professor (Marketing) & Asst. Dean (Healthcare Management) Goa Institute of Management Dr. Anil Chintaman Mahajan Trainer Dr. Asha Prasuna Trainer Dr. Dilip M Sarwate MD Sarwate and Associates Dr. DNB Singh Trainer Dr. K Ramesha Professor NIBM Dr. Khan Azhar Akbar Trainer

Dr. Mahendra Ramdasi Vice President Cognizant Dr. P V Bhide Former Director HR JK Group Dr. P. C. Shejwalkar Founder Director & Management Guru IMDR Dr. Rajesh Deshpande Business Consultant on Strategy and Growth Models Dr. Rajesh P. Jawajala Trainer Dr. Ram Kishen Y Trainer

Dr. Sangeeta Trott Trainer Dr. S M Phadke Management Consultant Dr. SNV Siva Kumar Trainer Dr. Sudhakar G Mavlankar Trainer Dr. Suhas Mahajan Trainer Dr. Sumant Rudra Trainer Dr. S W Deshpande Psychologist Dr. V V Ramasastry Management Consultant

Dr. Ramkumar Srivatsa Assistant Vice President HT Media

Dr. Y. Sree Rama Murthy Trainer

Dr. Rasananda Panda Trainer

Dr. Vilas Kulkarni Management Consultant Dr. Vivek Marathe Trainer

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Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Lt. Gen. Deepak Ajwani Management Consultant Lt. Gen. V M Patil Advisor to Govt of India Mr. Aashish Sanghi Vice President Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd Mr. Adip Roy Founder Vantage Point Management Consulting Mr. Ajoy Nair Management Consultant Mr. Alan D'Souza Former Director Goa Institute of Management

Mr. Amit Pandit Partner at Contractor Nayak & Kishnadwala, Chartered Accountants

Mr. Atanu Mandal Management Consultant

Mr Anant Amdekar Management Consultant

Mr. Avinash Kulkarni Former President of Manufacturing & Marketing Garware Wall Ropes

Ms. Arti Malhotra Trainer

Mr. Avinash Nene Management Consultant

Mr. Arvind Mittal Management Consultant

Mr. B M Dash Partner Abbscissa HR Consulting Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Arvind Subramanyam Management Consultant Mr. A S Prabhu Trainer

Mr. Allan Cordeiro Managing Director VISTAS (Training & Consultancy)

Mr. Ashok Bansilal Kanojiya Head – Talent Management and Organisational Development (India) Kimberly Clark Corporation

Mr. Amit Kulshresth Managing Director GDPI4U Training Institute

Mr. Ashok Kumar Management Consultant & Management faculty B- School.

Mr. Bharat Damani Management Consultant Mr. Bhawani Singh Shekhawat Management Consultant Mr. Bimal Mehta Senior Consultant Pricewater House Coopers Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Boman Moradian Management Consultan & Trainer Mr. C B Ramkumar Founder Our Native Village

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Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Mr. Chandak Manoj Management Consultant

Mr. D M Marathe Trainer

Mr. Gopinath K. Pillai Trainer

Mr. Chandrasekhar V. Singh Trainer

Mr. D R Kurane President - HR, Yes Bank

Mr. G V Subbarao Management Consultant

Mr. Chetan Kadam Trainer

Mr. Elston Pimenta Head - HR Cybage Software Pvt. Ltd., Pune

Mr. Haresh R Advani Management Consulting, Founder Simple Leraning

Mr. Farokh Sidhva Former Corporate HR Head Larsen & Turbo (Heavy Engineering Division)

Mr. Hemant V. Padhye Former Director / Chief Engineer / EGM General Motors India Pvt. Ltd

Mr. G Bhaskar Management Consultant

Mr. Himansshu Shekhar Trainer

Ms. Gayatri Pai Director Integrated Network Products Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Hiranmoy Ganguly Former MD Smith line Stani Ltd

Mr. CY Nimkar Trainer Mr. David Selvanathan Trainer Mr. Deepak Chopade Specialist (Networking and wireless domain) Wipro Technologies Mr. Dileep Barshikar Consultant Trainer Mr. Dilip Thosar Former VP (Global Resource Management) Hexaware Tech. Ltd.

Mr. Girish Ketkar Former Director Marketing Tech Mahindra Ltd Mr. Girish Phatak Proprietor Infostar Business Solutions

Col I J Mansukhani Trainer Mr. J P Rath Managing Director Boldrocchi Ecologia India Private Limited Mr. Jagdish Bapat AVP - HR ABCIL

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Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Mr. Jaideep Juneja Management Concultant Mr. Jaiprakash Prasad Singh Management Concultant Mr. Jamshed J Khursigara Former Director HR Tata Motors (Passenger Vehicle) Mr. Jayant Lagu Former CEO Kalyani Infotech Ltd Ms. Jayati Mitra Partner Abbscissa HR Consulting Pvt. Ltd Mr. K.C. Misra Former General Manager RBI Mr. Karunakar Jha Vice President–sales & Marketing Samsons Group Mr. Kedar Potdar Senior Project Manager, TCS Mr. Ketan R Gandhi President and CEO KG Guruji Consulting & Services

Mr. Kingshuk Bhadury Corporate Trainer & Management Consultant Ms. Komal Deshpande Trainer Mr. KV Raghavaiah Chairman National School of Business, Bangalore. Ms. Lalitha V. Deshpande Management Consultant Mr. L. C. Jhamb Former CEO Poonawala Group Ms. Leena Nair Trainer Mr. Lipika Mudholkar Trainer Mr. Mahendra M Singhvi President Singhvi Associates Ms. Mala Bhagat Bali Trainer

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Mr. Manish Naik Seasoned Nonprofit Leader and Educator Canopy Protection Services and Consulting Pvt Ltd, Dynamic Learning Mr. Milind Laxman Kelkar Management Consultant Ms. Monika Nair Trainer Mr. Mridul Kanti Nath Trainer Mr. Muralidharan Varadhachari Trainer Mr. N. Hariharan Professor & Head of Finance and Accounts AMADER, Pune Mr. Navin Srivastava Management Consultant Mr. Nilesh Khakhar Senior Telecom Consultant


Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Mr. Nilesh M. Joglekar Technical Manager Avaya Research & Development India Pvt. Ltd Ms. Nishi Levitt Trainer Mr. N. K. Mohanty Senior V P (HR) MEMG Manipal Education and Medical Group Mr. P. Mahadevan Psychologist Mr. P. K. Mishra Former Executive Director RBI Mr. P. A. Sukhatme Former Chief Executive Officer Kirloskar Mahle Filter Systems Mr. Prakash B. Jadhav Former Manager (Client Solutions) ACNielsen ORG-MARG Mr. Prakash Gupta Management Consultant Mr. Pranab Choudhary SAP (MM/WM/RF) consultant TATA Technologies Ltd Mr. Prantosh Banerjee Director 52 Creative Vision Mr. P. S. Gadkari Vice President HR & IR Bajaj Auto Ltd Mr. Puratan Bharti Management Consultant Mr. Puskar Phadtare Management Consultant Mr. Quresh Moochhala Management Consultant

Mr. Rahul Arora Managing Director Gryphon Learning Centre Mr. Rahul Ramesh Gawade Trainer Mr. Rahul Solanki Trainer Mr. Rajan Nadpurohit Management Consultant Mr. Rajan Shringarpure Managing Director Vishay Components

Mr. Ravi Vaidee Management Consultant Ms. Renu Vishal Khera Business Intelligence Solutioning IBM Mr. Rishi Kapal Former Vice President Sony Mobile Communications, Mumbai Mr. Rohit Warman Trainer Mr. Ronak Shah Trainer

Mr. Rajeev Chawla Former Vice President Atrie Technology Pvt Ltd

Ms. Roopalee Bhole Corporate Trainer

Mr. Rajeev Kumar Mangement Consultant

Ms. Ruchita Kurane Trainer

Mr. Rajinder Aurora Trainer

Mr. S R Phadke Trainer

Mr. Rajiv Mitra Managing Director Govind Milk and Milk Products

Mr. S Thiagarajan V P, HCL Technology

Mr. Rajiv Sathe Corporate Trainer Mr. Rakesh Tandan Management Consulting Mr. Ramanathan Ramasubramanian Management Consultant Mr. Ramesh Anandikar Trainer Mr. Ravi Bodani Trainer Mr. Ravi V. Magroriya Sr. Manager - Operations OTIS Elevators Company (India) Ltd

Mr. S Venkateshwaran Management Consultant Mr. Sahu B.K Member, IRDA Mr. Sailesh C Wani Managing Director Stovec Industries Ltd Mr. Sajith Narayanan Management Consultant Ms. Sakshi Bharadwaj Trainer Mr. Salim Shamsher Trainer Mr. Sandeep Khedkar Management Consultant Ms. Sangita Soman Trainer

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Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Mr. Sanjay S. Katira Trainer

Mr. Shantanu Gokhale Trainer TMTC

Mr. Santosh Gund DGM-Projects Abener Engineering Pvt Ltd

Mr. Shantanu S. Jahagirdar Management Consultant

Mr. Sarang Kulkarni Trainer

Mr. Sharad Varde Management Consultant

Mr. Satish Belani Head - Advanced analytics Datamatics Global Services Ltd.

Mr. Shouvik Roy Management Consultant

Mr. Satish Dhanorkar Founder Domain Consulting Mr. Sekhar Naik Management Consultant Mr. Sekhar Tankhiwale Practice Head- BPM Business Consulting Mr. Shailesh Sirsikar Freight broker for special cargoes Freight-SHOP Logistics

Mr. Shripad S. Thaware Principal Consultant Wisdom Consultants - HR Training & Solutions (Sole Proprietorship) Ms. Shumita Mahajan Media Consultant and Communications Trainer Mr. Shyam Kumar Verma Director PT Education Raipur Mr. Siva Rangaswamy Trainer

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Mr. S K Jha Former Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Govt of Maharashtra Mr. S K Vaze Management Consultant Mr. Smarth Bali Trainer Mr. Subramanyam Arvind Trainer Mr. Sudhir Kapur Jt Managing Director One Force Consultants & Distributors Pvt Ltd Role Mr. Sumit Roy Corporate Coach Veridical Consultancy Ms. Sumitra Das Director TranzCareer


Visiting /Adjunct Faculties Mr. Sunil Kumar Management Consultant Ms. Swati Dutta Trainer Mr. T Nakkeeran Trainer Mr. TK Ghosh Management Consultant Renaissance Strategic Consultants Pune Mr. Uday Yadkikar Sr Manager Exports Caprihans India Ltd Mr. Ulhas V Desai Chief Executive Officer Galaxy International

Mr. Utkarsh Kikani Enterprise Architect Vodafone Essar Cellular Limited

Mr. Vinayak Patil Freelancer consultant and trainer Mr. Vinit Thakur Management Consultant

Mr. V Mohan Consultant Mr. Venkatramanan Krishnamurthy Trainer Mr. Vijay Dharmadhikari Management Consultant Mr. Vijay Nulkar Trainer Mr. Vijay Rao Trainer Mr. Vinay Sujan Trainer

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Ms. Vinita Sharda Trainer Mr. Vinod Srivastava Management Consultant Ms. Vishakha S. Vidwans Trainer Mr. Vivek Datey Management Consultant


Learning from the

CORPORATE LEADERS National Seminars Guest Lectures

BIMM, BITM, BIIB & BIMHRD

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Sri Balaji Society's

BIMM

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF MODERN MANAGEMENT

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BALAJI INSTITUTE OF MDERN MANAGEMENT(BIMM)

We thank the Corporate Stalwarts who shared their experience and knowledge with the delegates during the Annual National Seminar organized by us from 17th to 19th October, 2014 . “Learning from Corporate Leaders”

Dr. Virendra P Singh Executive Director - HR & Chief Pupil Devyani International Ltd

Mr Sukesh Choubey Managing Director SAP Practice, Accenture

Mr. Ram Chari Group Head & CEO ECS Mastercard

Mrs. Aparna Sharma Country Head-HR Lafarge India Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Gautam Sinha VP, Group Human Resources Aditya Birla Management Corporation Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Sujit Jain Managing Director, Netsurf Communications Pvt Ltd

Mr. Rakesh Malviya Head HR Reliance HR Services Private Limited

Mr. D R Kurane Group President, Human Capital Management Yes Bank

Mr. Rajesh Sahay VP - HR Wipro Consumer Care Limited

Mr. Sutanu Chowdhury Vice President-HR Mahindra Logistics Ltd

Mr. Pratap G Sr. Vice President - Corporate HR Maersk India Ltd

Mr. R Rangarajan Senior VP (Corporate Human Resources) Apollo International Ltd

Mr. Jasmeet Singh Wadhwa Sr. V P& Head- Group Human Resources IL& FS Limited

Mr Ganesh Natrajan Vice Chairman &CEO Zensar Technologies

Mr Anand Bhaskar VP, People Success Sapient Corporation

Mr. Dharmendra Satapathy Director Next Level Education India Pvt Ltd

Mr. Madan Mohan Tripathy Vice President (HR) Rallis India Limited

Mr Prem Singh President-Global Human Resources WOCKHARDT,

Mr Rajiv Mitra Managing Director Govind Milk and Milk Products

Mr R.L. Bhatia Leading Management Consultant

Mr. Praveen Hiremath Head, Commodity Markets NCDEX Spot Exchange Ltd.

Mr. Satish Jha Chairman ECCO Electronics Pvt. Ltd

Mr. Vishal Chordia Director Strategy and Marketing Suhana - Pravin Masalewale

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Mr. Shyam V Iyer Head- HR TATA Power SED

Dr. Aquil Busrai CEO Aquil Busrai Consulting


Sri Balaji Society's

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF TELECOM & MANAGEMENT

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BITM

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF TELECOM AND MANAGEMENT (BITM)

We thank the Corporate Stalwarts who shared their experience and knowledge with the delegates during the IX National Seminar organized by us from 22nd to 24th August, 2014.

Mr. Sam Pitroda Former Advisor to the Prime Minister (IT, Infra & Innovation), Govt. of India

Mr. Gaurav Chauhan Managing Director Radio Design

Mr. Raman Santhanakrishnan Managing Director LSI India Research & Development

Mr. Amit Pandey VP & Head-HR Tikona Digital Networks

Mr. B Ravi Teja VP-Global Consulting Businesses Nihilent Technologies

Dr. Deepak Deshpande Senior VP-HR Netmagic Solutions

Mr. Douglas G Viehland, CAE Executive Director ACBSP, USA

(through video presence)

Mr. Anirban Sengupta Associate DirectorRisk Advisory Services PricewaterhouseCoopers

Fr. E. Abraham S J Director XLRI

Mr. Gaurav Dua Director & Practice Leader (Technology, Media & Telecom) CRISIL Global Research & Analytics

Mr. Jayant Dabadghaon Senior Manager-Consulting Cognizant Technology Solutions

Prof. J. Philip President & Director - Emeritus XIME

Dr. LRK Krishnan Senior VP (Head-HR) Reliance Communications

Mr. Nagendra Dandamudi Director-Managed Services Operations (APAC) AT&T

Mr. Olin Oedekoven President & Chief Executive Peregrine Academic Services

Mr. Pramod Sadarjoshi Sr. Director-People & Change KPMG Management Consulting

Mr. Praveen Rao Director-Marketing Services Arvato Services

Mr. Rohit Dhody Sr. Regional Director-HR Syniverse Technologies

Mr. Sameer Rawal Director-Strategy & Solution Marketing Huawei Telecommunications

Mr. Sandip Biswas Chief Executive Officer Lacewood Consulting

Mr. Sekharan Menon Chief People and Admin Officer Subex

Mr. Sharad Gupta Chief Executive Officer 10kya.com

Mr. Sudarshan Ananth VP & Business Head-Climate Solutions Sector India & SAARC Region Ingersoll Rand

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Sri Balaji Society's

BIIB

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (BIIB) We thank the Corporate Stalwarts who shared their experience and knowledge with the delegates during the VIII National Seminar organized by us from 29th to 31st August, 2014 .

Mr. Filip Vandenberghe Managing Director Atlas Copco India Ltd

Mr. Ajay Baxi Director– HR Vodafone India Services Pvt Ltd

Mr. Dilep Misra President & Head of Corporate HR JK Organization

Mr. Emmanuel David EVP & CHRO VOLTAS Limited

Mr. Sunil Sanghai Managing Director, Head of HSBC Banking, India

Mr. Ashish Shah Head – HR ETG Agricommodities & Finance

Mr. Gajanan Nabar CEO & Managing Director Praj Industries Limited

Capt. Uday Palsule Managing Director Spear Logistics Private Limited

Mr. Barttanu Kumar Das Head – Human Resources Blue Dart Express

Mr. Deepak Gupta Senior VP Group Chief - HR Karvy Consultants Ltd

Mr. Jagdish Acharya Chief Executive Officer PPG Asian Paints Industries Ltd.

Mr. K. Soundarrajan Vice President - HR TVS Logistics Services Ltd

Mr. Kapil Saraf Senior Vice President Hindustan Cargo Ltd

Mr. Kaushik Mitter Director – HR Honeywell Automation India Ltd

Mr. N. Narasimha Rao Sr. VP – HR & Corporate Communication Agro Tech Foods Limited

Mr Rajeev Bhadauria Director-Group HR Jindal Steel & Power Ltd

Mr. Rajesh Padmanabhan President and Group Chief HR Officer Vedanta Group

Mr. Ranjan Sarkar Vice President - HR CEAT Limited

Mr. Shantanu Das Vice President - HR Emami Limited

Mr. Shashank Jagirdar Director - HR DHL Supply Chain India Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Srikanth Rapaka Head- Human Resources Drive India Enterprise Solutions Ltd

Mr. Sukanta Kumar Padhy Chief Supply Chain officer (Global Supply Chain) Alliance Tire Group

Mr. Sumeet Das National Head, HR - Talent Acquisition Bajaj Auto Finance Limited

Mr. Joydeb Dhar GM-HR Tata NYK Shipping (I) Pvt Ltd

Ms. Aabha Nanda VP – Corporate HR EXL Decision Analytics

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Sri Balaji Society's

BIMHRD

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & HRD (BIMHRD) We thank the Corporate Stalwarts who shared their experience and knowledge with the delegates during the VII National Seminar organized by us from 29th to 31st August, 2014 .

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EMINENT GUEST SPEAKERS NAME Mr.Pramod Sadarjoshi Dato’ Dr. R.Palan Mr. Sanjeev Dixit Mr. Sanjeev Parida Mr.Atul Pai Ms. Nikita Vaid, Mr.Rakesh Sinha, Mr. Arun Singh, Mr. Samir M. Kukade Mr. D B Nimbalkar Mr. S K Dutt, Mr. Shantharaju Advocate Ram Jethmalani Mr. Rakesh Malaviya Mr. Deenadayalan Hon'ble Mr. Santosh Hegde Lt Gen A Mukherjee, Mr.Regan Firdosh Homavazir Lt.-Gen. A. K. Singh Ms. Sumeeta Hari Mr. Narayanan Mr. Muddassar Sayed. Mr. N. Ram,

Mr. Kundan Das, Mr. Vishal Vasant Deshpande, Mr.Sanjay Lulla, Mr Dheeraj Garg Mr Vitin Swant Mr Ganesh Toke Mr. N K Mohanty , Mr.Sourabh Sharma, Mr. Rajesh Ramchandran. Mr. H.N Srinivas Mr.Parag Harolikar Mr. M. Gopalakrishna, Dr. T. V. Rao, Mr. Prakash Iyer , Mr. Abhijit Bhattacharya , Mr. AVK Mohan , Ms. Jyothi Menon , Mr. Nitin Deshpande , Mr. Ishmeet Singh , Ms. Anjali Byce Nair , Mr. Pushp Kumar Joshi , Mr. Arun Singh , Mr. DR Kurane ,

Padmashri Dr. Pritam Singh Former Direcor, IIM Lucknow

ORGANIZATION

DESIGNATION Former EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - HRJP Ph.D., A.P.T., FBILD (UK), CSP (USA) Vice President, HR Vice President, HR Director Finance & CFO - HBS South Asia Pacific, ME, India & Africa Manager-HRM Consultant Gyanaecological Endoscopic Surgeon. General Manager - Human Resources Director HR Vice President & Head Corporate HR Mgt & Communication Head Group HR EA & CEO Senior Counsel of Supreme Court, MP Rajya Sabha Head HR - Reliance HR Services Former Director Former Justice, Supreme Court of India PVSM AVSM, Director General of Artillery & Colonel Commandant Army Aviation Corps Senior Associate Vice President - Equity Fund Manager & Head of Research PVSM, AVSM,SM,VSM, Ex-General Officer Commanding -in -Chief, Southern Command. Director Senior Architect Head -Innovation Team Communications Practice Director of Kasturi & Sons Ltd. and former Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of The Hindu Frontline magazine, Business Line daily, and Sportstar weekly of The Hindu group of publications. Director, Cloud Networking Group Group Project Manager Associate Director - Technical Sales Head Operations Manager O&M Cluster Manager Group VP - HR Regional Operations Head, SME, President & CTO Global Products & Tech. Solutions Senior Vp Hr Director IAS (Retd.) Hyderabad Chairman Director -India , Asst General Manager-HR , VP HR , Director HR , President , CEO , Director Human Resources , Director HR , General Manager-HR , President - HR ,

Morgan Services India Pvt. Ltd. SMR Technologies Ltd Allied Blenders & Distillers Pvt.Ltd Tech Mahindra Limited ,Pune. Honeywell Bank of Baroda, Mumbai Tata Blue Scope Steel Ltd, Pune Lear Automotive India Private Ltd, Pune Kirloskar Brother Ltd. ABG Group Madhusudan Auto Limited

Johnson & Johnson

Darashaw & Co Pvt. Ltd.

Quality Deloitte consulting Hyderabad, india Cognizant Technology Cognizant Technology

Citrix Infosys IBM India Indus Towers Ltd. Pune Indus Towers Ltd. Pune. Indus Towers Ltd. Pune. Manipal Group Tata Teleservices (M) Ltd. Rolta India Limited. Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces Tech Mahindra TVRLS, Ahmedabad Kimberly Clark Lever Pvt Ltd. , Pune ICICI Bank , Mumbai EXL Decision Analytics , Noida Credit Suisse , Pune Allscript , Pune Vodafone India Ltd. , Pune SKF India Ltd , Pune HPCL , Mumbai Tata Bluescope Steel Ltd , Pune Yes Bank , Mumbai

Dr. Santrupt Mishra

Dr. T.V. Rao

Director Global HR & CEO Carbon Black Business, Aditya Birla Group

“ The father of Indian HRD”

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S.Y. Siddiqui Managing Executive Officer Admin, Head HR IT & Finance, CO Law & Legal, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.


EMINENT GUEST SPEAKERS ORGANIZATION

DESIGNATION

NAME Mr. Joy George , Mr. Deepak Sood , Dr. Manoj G. Matnani , Mr. Sanjeev Parida , Mr. Mukesh Malhotra , Mr. Allen Sequeira , Mr. Milind Shahane , Mr. Desmond McGetrick , Mr. Sanjay Bhandari , Mr. Gulab Rao Pol, Mr. Chandrashekhar Daithankar, Mr. S. S. Solunke, Dr. Sanjay Shinde, Mr. Anil Avchat Mr. R V Melwani, Mr. Piyush Goyal, Mr. Rajesh Sahay, Mr. SK Jha Prof. Mohammed Asif Iqbal, Mr. Vishal Vasant Deshpande, Ms. Lucía Bustabad Lagoa

Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury Mr. Sidhartha Bajpai. Mr. Dilep Misra Lt. Gen Moti Dhar, Mr. H.N Srinivas, Mr.Parag Harolikar Dr. Asit Mohapatra, Mr. Manojit Acharya, Mr. Suraj Narain, Mr. Rajendra Ghare, Ms. Naiyya Saggi, Mr. Sumit D Chowdhury , Mr. Arun Kumar Khanna , Mr. Srinivas Chunduru, Mr. Ernest Louis, Mr. Ameet Naik, Mr. Debabrata Mohapatra, Mr. Raghunath D'Medge Dabbawala , Mr. Sanjay Bose, Mr. Alok Bajpai, Mr. Robin Banerjee, Mr Rajnish Sinha, Dr. Tanaya Mishra, Mr. Tojo Jose, Lt Gen V M Patil,

Mr. S. V. Nathan Director-Talent Deloitte Consulting India Pvt. Ltd.

Director HR , Chief Executive Officer , MD (Ped.) Consultant Pediatric Nephrologist , Pune Vice President HR , Managing Director , Sr. Executive VP Coporate HR , Executive Director & CEO , Program Dean , Country Manager , Commissioner of Police, Pune City, Additional Commissioner of Police, Pune City, Additional. Commissioner of Police, Pune City Deputy Commissioner of Police, Pune City Director Muktangan RVM Foundation, Bangalore Senior Finance Analyst, Treasurer of BJP, Rajya Sabha Member Global Head Human Resources, (Retd. Chief Commissioner of Income Tax) Manager, HR consulting Group Project Manager, Faculty/ Academic Coordinator Undergraduate Programs, Himalayan White House , New Baneshwor, kathmandu (Nepal) International College Dean, Senior Consultant, AGM and Branch Head –RMD President (Corporate Human Resource), Former Goc-in-C, Southern Command, Senior VP HR Director, Director HR-Textile, CEO & MD, Head Staffing & Resourcing, Vice President - HR, Co Founder, President, Chief Operating Officer, President- HR & Strategy, CPO, VP HR, Head HR, President , Director-Human Resources, Straegic Inititatives, CEO & MD , Managing Director, Global Talent Acquisition Head, Sr. Vice President Group HR, Executive Vice President - Human Resources, PVSM, AVSM (Retd.)

Capita , Pune Avantha Ergo , Mumbai Tech Mahindra Ltd , Pune Weikfield Group Of Companies , Pune Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd Drive India Enterrpise Solutions Ltd , Mumbai Paris School of Business Duferco Asia Pte ltd , Mumbai

Wipro Consumer Care and Lighting Business Pricewaterhouse Coopers Pwc Infosys

DGMC Media College, Mumbai University; CG Learning, Kathmandu; & Laqshya Media. Times Group JK Organisation Taj Hotels Resorts And Palaces Tech Mahindra Raymonds Ltd. Demag Cranes & Components (I) Pvt Ltd E-Clerx Services Ltd American Axle & Manufacturing (AAM) Baby Chakra Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. Emcure Pharmaceuticals Private Limited Piramal Corporate Services Ltd. India Value Fund Advisors Binani Industries Ltd L&T EAIC Mumbai Dabbawala Association The Indian Hotels Co. Ltd Manipal Integrated Services Caprihans India Limited Evalueserve JSW Steel Ltd Blue Star Limited

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Dr. Yasho V. Verma

Pro Vice Chancellor, External Relations, Kingston University, UK

Former Director HR, LG Electronics India

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Our Campus Infrastructure


An Overview Sri Balaji Society's state-of-the-art,16.5-acre campus at Pune is a proud witness to the institution's spirit of progress and determination to provide a conducive environment to students. The campus plays host to the Society's four management Institutes (BIMM, BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD). It encompasses:

An approximately two lac sq. ft. hostel to accommodate 636 students with comfortable amenities. A swimming pool, a gymnasium and other sports facilities. Acoustically well-designed academic buildings with an area of 3,00,000 sq. ft. Fan-shaped lecture halls with ergonomic seating, equipped with state-of-the-art teaching aids. 17 Computer labs with 1200 computers. Wi-Fi Campus - 45 Mbps Leased line (1:1). Video conferencing facility in campus. Two air-conditioned auditoriums with a seating capacity of 800 & 1000 seats respectively. Two Halls of 400 seating capacity each. 3 Mess / Cafeteria & Canteens to cater students & faculties inside campus.

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LIBRARY • More than 1,25,000 books. • Regular subscription to national newspapers, national & international journals & business magazines. • Easy access for all students of Sri Balaji Society to libraries of all the Institutes of Sri Balaji Society.

COMPUTER LAB • 17 Latest computer labs with 1200 Wi-Fi enabled computers.

• Latest softwares: SAP, SPSS & more… • Internet 45 Mbps Leased line. High speed Internet Connectivity.

• Video conferencing facility in campus.

CLASSROOMS • Fan shaped classrooms with ample seating capacity.

• Dedicated computer system with multimedia projector.

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RATHTHINATHAMMAL AUDITORIUM

AUDITORIUM • Two state of the art auditoriums, of 800 and 1000 seats respectively.

• Dedicated multimedia support and ergonomic seating arrangements.

• Centrally air-conditioned. • Acoustics by Bose & Actis.

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Mess & Cafeteria

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Mess-2

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Sri. Siddhivinayak Temple

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Modern Hostel Complex

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Lodging & Boarding facility for 700 students

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Rain Water Harvesting Project @ Sri Balaji Society

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Open Amphitheater

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ďƒź Campus Placements

T

he list presented here indicates those companies which visited / recruited the students from

the Management Institutes of Sri Balaji Society over a period of time. It also includes those

companies where our students have joined laterally . It should not be construed that all these

companies are visiting all the four institutes every year. Every management Institute of SBS is independent and is expected to create its own brand value. The Dean, Director and Students of each institute are therefore required to ensure proper training, discipline and to build formal relationships with the industry. It is our sincere belief that the determined team-work of the institutes will take them to greater heights . Sri Balaji Society makes efforts to have combined campus placements. Most of the companies are accepting this request. Very few companies are looking at a particular institute .

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We Thank Them : Corporate Recruiters (In Alphabetical Order) We thank the following companies for participating in our Campus Placement Programme as well as for Lateral Placements. The list also includes a few companies where Alumni of our Institute have joined Laterally.

Genpact Services India Ltd. Google India P Ltd. HCL Group Hexaware Technologies Ltd. HP India Sales Ltd. IBM India P Ltd. Infosys BPO Infosys Technologies Ltd. Ingram Micro Ltd. ITC Infotech Ltd. ITZ Cash Card KPIT Cummins Ltd. KPMG Krawler Information Systems Ltd. L & T Infotech Ltd. Linkedin India Manipal Technologies Maq Software Ltd. Markets & Markets Ltd. Mind Tree Consulting Ltd. Mind Craft Software Ltd. Nihilent Technologies Ltd. NTT Global Nvidia Graphics India Pvt. Ltd. Onmobile Global Ltd Onward Technologies Oracle Financial Services Ltd Oracle India Photon Infotech Ltd Polaris SoftwareLabs Protiviti Consulting Pyro Group Quattro FPO Solutions Pvt. Ltd. QuickHeal India P Ltd Ramco Systems Ltd Redington India Ltd SG Analytics Sify Technologies Ltd Sonata Software Ltd. Sungard Technologies Ltd Syntel Inc Tally Solutions Ltd Tata Consultancy Services Tata Interactive Systems Tata Technologies Ltd TCS BPO Tech Mahindra Tecnotree The Smart Cube Verse Innovation WeP Solutions Ltd Wipro BPO Wipro Infotech Ltd. WNS Global Services P Ltd Zensar technologies Ltd

IT SECTOR Accenture India P Ltd Aloha Technology Atos Origin India Pvt Ltd Bhawan Cybertech Ltd Capgemini Consulting India P Ltd. Citrix Systems Ltd Cognizant Technologies Ltd Credence Analytics (I) Pvt. Ltd Cyberroam Technologies Ltd Datamatics Global Ltd Dell India Pvt. Ltd. Deloitte Consulting India P Ltd DMV Business & Market Research E Clerx Services Ltd ETP International Evalue Serve Ltd EXL Services FINO Infotech Fiorano Software Technologies Pvt. Ltd First Source Solutions

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NON IT SECTOR 99acres.com A K Capital ABG Group ACC Ltd Access Livelihood Consultings Ltd ACG Worldwide Aditya Birla Retails Ltd Afcons Infrastructures Ltd Alfa Laval Ltd Allcargo Logistics Ltd Alliance Tire Group Allied Blenders & Distillers Ltd Anand Corporate Services Anand Rathi Securities Ltd Aon Global Insurance Aranca Armstrong International Ltd Arshiya International Arvind Mills Ltd Asia Pulps & Papers Ltd Asian Paints Ltd Atlas Copco India Ltd Atul Ltd. Avalon Global Research Aviva Life Insurance Axis Bank B. Braun Medical (I) Pvt Ltd. Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Co. Ltd Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Co. Ltd Bajaj Finserv Ltd Ballarpur Industries Ltd. Berger Paints Ltd BEROE INC Bharat Bijlee Ltd Bharti Airtel Ltd Bharti AXA General Insurance Co. Ltd Big 92.7 FM Biocon India Ltd. Blue Dart Express Ltd Bluestar India Ltd BNY Mellon International Operations India P Ltd Bridgestone Tyres Ltd British Paints Ltd Buongiorno India CafĂŠ Coffeeday Canara Robecco AMC Ltd Capital IQ Capital Via Global Research Ltd CARE Careers360 Carestream CarWale - Automotive Exchange Private Ltd Ceat Ltd Cerebrus Consultant Chugoku Marine Paints Ltd Coffeeday Beverages Ltd Credit Suisse CRISIL Daikin Air-conditioning India P Ltd Dainik Bhaskar Corp Ltd Darashaw & Co. Ltd Decathlon Sports Deepak Nitrite Ltd Demag Cranes & Components Ltd. Deugro Projects DHL Express

Dish TV India Limited DNA Ltd. DTDC Ltd Eaton Technologies Ltd Eicher Motors Ltd. Emkay Global Entercoms Essel Propack India Ltd Eveready Industries Ltd Evosys Ltd Exide Industries Ltd Expeditors International Glosel India Fab India Federal Bank Ltd. Fenesta Building System Fenner India Ltd Ferrero India Ltd Field Global Financial Planning Standards Board(I) Forbes & Company Ltd Forbes Marshall Ltd Ford India Ltd Freight Investor Future Generali India Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Future Group Garware Polyester Limited Gati Limited Ge SBI Card

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General Motors Ltd GEP India GlobeOp Financial Services (India) Pvt. Ltd. GMMCO GMR Group Go Homeward Grasim Industries Ltd Greaves Cotton Ltd Greenply Industries Ltd H & R Johnson Haeir Appliance India Ltd Haiko Logistics Ltd Hariyali Kisan Bazaar Havells Ltd HDFC Asset Management Co. Ltd HDFC Bank Ltd HDFC Ergo Ltd. HIL Ltd Hindustan Cargo Ltd Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Hindustan Motors Ltd Hindustan Times Ltd Hindustan Unilever Ltd Hindware Ltd Homeward Residential Corporation India Pvt. Ltd Howden Insurance & Brokers India P Ltd Hughes Communications Ltd. Hypercity Retail Ltd Hyundai Motors India Ltd


ICICI Bank Ltd ICICI Securities Ltd IDBI Bank Idea Cellular Ltd IDMC Ltd IFB Industries Ltd IMI Mobile IMRB Indag Rubbers Ltd India First Life Insurance Co. Ltd Indian Express "Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Ltd. (IFFCO)" Indus Tower Ltd Indusind Bank Ltd Infiniti Retail Ltd Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Ltd Intec capital Interocean ING Vysya Bank Ltd Ipsos Research P Ltd ITC Hotels Ltd ITC Ltd ITW India Ltd J K Organisation J.K. Helene Curtis Ltd Jabong.com Janalakshmi Financial Services Ltd Jindal Steel & Power Limited John Deere Technology Center India Johnson & Johnson Ltd JP Morgan Services India Ltd JW Marriott Hotels K D Logistics Ltd Kalyani Forge Ltd Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd Karvy Private Wealth Management KEC International Kellogs India Ltd Kemin Agro Khimji Ramdas Kimberly Clark Ltd Kotak Life Insurance Company Ltd Kotak Mahindra Bank Kuehne + Nagel L & T Finance Ltd L & T Technologies Ltd Lexi Pens India P Ltd LG Electronics India Ltd. Lifestyle International Ma Foi Randstad Madura Fashion & Lifestyle Madison Street Capital Ltd. Maersk India P Ltd. Magma Fincorp Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra (Auto) Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Finance Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd-Farm Div Makemy Trip Manipal Group Marriott International Maruti Suzuki India Ltd Mather & Platt Ltd Maxbupa Life Insurance Ltd Meghalya Cement Ltd Morgan Stanley India P Ltd. Motherdairy Fruits & Vegatables Ltd Naukri.com NCDEX

Neeyamo Enterprises Ltd Nestle Ltd Network 18 New Holland Tractors Ltd. Nielsen India Nissan Motors Ltd Northern Aeromatics Ltd NYKLine Logistics Ltd Oberoi Group Ocwen Financial Corporation One97 Communications OnMobile Global Pvt. Ltd. Orange Business Services Orient Cement Ltd Otis Elevator Ltd Pagalguy.com Panasonic India Ltd Pantaloon Retail India Ltd Paper Products Ltd PeopleStrong Consulting Ltd Philips Capital Ltd Philips Electronics Ltd Piaggio Vehicles Private Limited Pipal Research Piramal Health Care Ltd Pramerica Asset Managers Private Ltd. Pricewater House Cooper Pyro Group PNB Housing Finance Ltd Rasna International Ltd. Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Reliance Broadcast Network Ltd Reliance Capital Asset Management Reliance Communication Ltd Reliance Digital Reliance Industries Ltd Reliance Infrastructure Ltd Reliance Life Insurance Ltd. Reliance Money Reliance Retail Ltd. Repro India Roche Diagnostics India Ltd Royal Enfield Ltd RPG Raychem Ltd RSPL Group Sabmiller India Ltd Sahara Asset Management Co. Ltd Sahara India Pariwar Saint Gobain Ltd Sakal Papers Ltd Samsung India Electronics Ltd Saraplast India P Ltd SBI Life Insurance Co. Ltd SBI Mutual Funds SBI Pension Fund Pvt. Ltd. Schenker Logistics Ltd Schindler India Ltd Searce Logistics Securities Trading Corp India Sharp Business Systems Ltd Shine.com (HT Media Ltd) Shining Consulting Shoppers Stop Sical Logistics Ltd SKF Bearing Ltd. Sodexo Pass South Indian Bank S & P Capital Ltd. SRF Ltd Standard Chartered Bank Ltd

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Staples Future State Trading Corporation India STCI Primary Dealer Ltd. Sundaram Clayton Ltd. Sundaram Fastners Ltd. Sundaram Mutual Fund. Suzlon Energy Ltd. TAFE Ltd. Tam Media Research Ltd Tata AIA Life Insurance Co. Ltd Tata AIG General Insurance Co. Ltd Tata Auto Comp Systems Ltd. Tata Blue Scope Steel Ltd Tata Capital Ltd TATA Chemicals Ltd Tata Communication Ltd Tata Housing & Development Corporation Tata Projects Ltd Tata Steel Processing & Distribution Ltd Tata Teleservices Ltd TE Connectivity Team Global Services Ltd Teamlease Telecom Centre of Excellence The Indian Hotels Ltd The Leela Group The Paper Product Limited The Yash Birla Group Thomas Assessment Pvt. Ltd. Thomas Cook Tikona Digital Network. Times Group Titan Industries Ltd TNS Global TNT India Ltd Transport Corporation of India TTK Prestige Tufropes Pvt. Ltd. TVS Motors Ltd. Tyco Electronics Ltd UB Group UCO Bank Ultra Tech Cement Ltd Umang Dairies Ltd Unicharm India Ltd Varroc Group Vedanta Inc. Videocon Industries Ltd Vimta Labs Ltd VIP Industries Ltd Viraj SteelS Ltd Vitage Systems Vodafone India Ltd. Voltas Ltd. Volvo India Ltd Welspun Group Wep Peripherals Ltd Wipro Consumer Care Ltd Writer Corporation XL Dynamics Ltd Yes Bank Zee Entertaintment Ltd Zinnov Consulting


Companies that Provided Project Training (In Alphabetical Order)

ABB India Abhi Impact Logistics Solutions Pvt. Ltd. AC Nielsen India ACC Cements Ltd. ACG Worldwide Adani Enterprises Ltd. Adani Wilmar Ltd. Adidas India Aditya Birla retail Ltd. Ador Welding Limited Aegis Logistics Aircel Alcatel Lucent Alkem Laboratories Ltd. Alpha Laval (I) Ltd. Amara Raja batteries Ltd Ambuja Cements Limited American Megatrends India Pvt. Ltd. Amrutanjan Ltd. Anand Rathi Securities ANB Consulting company Andhra Bank Angel Broking Ansal API Apeejay Surendra Group

APL Logistics Apollo Hospitals Apollo Tyres Ltd Apple Computer Pvt Ltd. Arvind Mills Ltd. Asahi India Glass Ltd Ascenso Ashok Leyland Asian Paints Ltd. Assam Company Ltd. Associated Cement Companies (ACC Ltd.) Astra Zeneca Atlas Copco India Ltd Atos India Atul Ltd Automotive Stamping & Assemblies Ltd. Avians Aviva Life Insurance Company AXA group Axis Bank Bacardi Martini India Ltd. Bajaj Allianz GIC Ltd. Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance Corpn. Ltd. Bajaj Auto Ltd Bajaj Capital

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Bajaj Electricals Ltd. Bajaj Finserv Ballarpur Industries Limited ( BILT ) Bank of Maharashtra Bharat Aluminium co. Ltd.(BALCO) Bharat Gears Ltd. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited Bharat Forge Limited (BFL) Bharati Shipyard Limited Bharti Airtel Limited Bharti AXA Life Insurance Blue Star India Ltd. BlueTree Consultancy Services Pvt Ltd Bombay Dyeing Bosch India Ltd. BP Ergo Ltd. Bridgestone India Pvt. Ltd. Britannia Industries Pvt. Ltd. British Oxygen India Ltd. Buongiorno Business India Publications Ltd. Business Standard Cable & Wireless Communications Cadbury India Ltd. Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 


Canon India Pvt. Ltd. Capgemini Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. Caprihans India Limited Carborundum Universal Ltd. Cargill Foods India Ltd. Castrol India Ltd. Caterpillar India Pvt. Ltd. CavinKare Pvt. Ltd. Ceasefire Industries Ltd. CEAT Ltd Central Bank Of India Child Rights & You (CRY) Cholamandlam M S Gen. Insurance Cipla Pharmaceuticals Ltd Citi Bank Citi Financial Service Private Ltd. Claris Life Science Ltd. CMA CGM Coca Cola India Cognizant Tech. Solution (I) Pvt. Ltd. Colgate Palmolive Ltd. Contract Advertising (India) Pvt. Ltd. Crompton Greaves Ltd Cummins India Ltd. Cybage D.S.GROUP Dabur India Ltd. Daily News Analysis Ltd (DNA) Daimler Chrysler India Ltd. Dainik Bhaskar Dalal & Brocha Stock Broking Pvt. Ltd Damco Darashaw & Co. Pvt. Ltd. Data Communications DB Schenker Logistics Decathlon Demag Cranes & Components Ltd. Desai Brothers Limited(Mother's Recipe) Deutsche Bank Dexter Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.  DHL Worldwide Express India Ltd. Dish TV  DLF Pramerica Life Insurance Co Ltd. Dr. Reddy's Laboratories DSP Blackrock Mutual Fund Eaton eClerx Services Limited Eicher Motors Ltd. Eidelwiess. Electrolux Kelvinator India Ltd. Electromech Emami Ltd. Emcure Pharmaceuticals Emerson Network Power (I) Pvt. Ltd. Emptoris Inc Equinox Labs Ernst & Young Global Shared Services Escorts Essar Group Essilor India Eureka Forbes Ltd. Eveready Industries India Ltd.

Exide Industries Ltd. Expert Logistics (India) Pvt. Ltd FAG Bearings India FCB Ulka Fed Ex Feedback Consulting Ferrero India Pvt. Ltd. Fiat Group Financial Technologies India Ltd. Fitch Ratings India Force Motors Ford Motor Company Fortis Escorts Hospital Franchise India Franklin Templeton Investments FRR Forex Future Group GAIL (India) Limited Gammon india Ltd. Garware Polyester Limited GE Fanuc Systems Pvt. Ltd. General Motors India Ltd. Genpact GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals Limited Global Franchise Group GMMCO Ltd. GMR infrastructure Godrej Industries Ltd. Goodyear India Ltd. Grasim Industries Ltd. Greaves Cotton India Ltd. GTL Ltd. Gujarat Ambuja Exports Ltd. Gujarat Co-op. Milk Mktg Fed. Ltd. (Amul) Gujarat Gas Gujarat Glass Ltd Gulf Oil Corporation Ltd. Haier India Haldiram Foods International Ltd. Hartron Communications Ltd. Hathway Cable & Datacom Ltd Havells India Ltd. HCL Infosystems Ltd. HCL Technologies Ltd. HDFC Bank HDFC Mutual Fund HDFC Standard Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Heidelberg Cement India Limited Hello Group Yellow Pages Henkel India Ltd Hero Cycles Ltd. Hero Honda Motors Ltd. Hewlett Packard(HP) Hexaware Technologies Ltd. Hindalco Industries Limited Hindustan Aeronauticals Ltd. Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Hindustan Motors Ltd Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.  Hindustan Unilever Ltd (HUL) Hindustan Zinc Ltd. Hitachi

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Home and Life Solutions HMT International Ltd. Honda Motorcycle & Scooters (I) Pvt. Ltd Honeywell Automation India Ltd HSBC Bank HT Media Ltd. Hughes Communication Ltd Hungama Digital Media Ent. Pvt. Ltd Huntsman Advanced Materials (I) Pvt. Ltd. Hurix systems Pvt. Ltd. Hutchison Essar Ltd Hyatt Regency Hypercity Retail Ltd Hyundai Motor India Ltd IBM India Ltd IBN 18 Broadcast Ltd. ICICI Bank Ltd IDBI Bank IDBI Federal Life Insurance Co Ltd IDEA Cellular Ltd IFB Industries Ltd IFFCOI-Flex Solutions IG Petrochemicals Ltd Illinois Tool Works (ITW) IMRB International Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd Indian Hotels Co. Ltd. Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Indian Overseas Bank Indus Towers Infibeam Infiniti Retail Limited Infosys BPO Infotech Enterprise Ltd IL&FS Ltd Ing Vysya Bank Intel Corporation Ion Exchange (India) Ltd. Ispat Industries Ltd. ITC Infotech Ltd ITW Signode India Ltd J .K. Cement Ltd. J P Morgan Chase & Co J.K. Tyres & Industries LTd J.M. Financial Services Jabong.com Jaypee Group JCB India Ltd. Jetfleet Pvt. Ltd.  JM Morgan Stanley India (P) Ltd. John Deere (I) Pvt. Ltd. Johnson & Johnson India Ltd. JSW Group Jubilant foodworks Ltd. JWT india Kalpataru Limited Kalyani Carpenter Special Steels Ltd Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd. Karvy Stock Broking Ltd. Kimberley Clark Lever Ltd. Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd. Knight Frank


Knowlarity Communications Pvt. Ltd. Kotak Mahindra bank Kotak Securities Kotak Mahindra Asset management Company Krawler Networks KSB Pumps Ltd. Kurlon Limited L & T Infotech Ltd L&T Electrical & Automation FZE L&T Engineering Solutions Lexi Pens India Pvt Ltd. LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd. Lighthouse International Lintas Media Loop Telecom L'Oreal India Pvt. Ltd. Lupin Ltd. Ma Foi Management Consultants Ltd Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited(MTNL) Mahindra & Mahindra Automative Mahindra & Mahindra Farm Equipment Sector Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Mahindra Engineering Services Ltd. Mahindra Hinoday Industries Ltd (MHIL) Mahindra Logistics Limited (MLL) MakeMyTrip Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemical Ltd (MRPL) Manipal Group MARICO Ltd. Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Mather & Platt Pumps Ltd Matrix Cellular International Pvt. Ltd. Max NewYork Life insurance Maxion Wheels McCann- Erickson(I) Pvt. Ltd. Mercedes-Benz India Private Ltd

Met Life India Insurance Co Ltd Metro Cash & Carry Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation(MMTC) Money Plant Consulting Moserbaer India Mother Dairy Mott MacDonald Group Limited Mplace Edventures Pvt Ltd(10kya.com) MRC Logistics (India) Pvt Ltd Mudra Solutions Nagarjuna Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd National Commodity & Derivatives Exchange Limited National Payments Corporation of India National Steel & Agro Industries Ltd. National Stock Exchange (I) Ltd. National Thermal Power Corporation Limited(NTPC) NCC Telecom Pvt. Ltd. NDTV Media Ltd. Neemus Software Solutions Ltd. Neoteric Informatique Ltd. Nestle India Ltd Netflex Software Technologies. Netmagic solutions New Holland Fiat India (P) Ltd NEXT Retail. Nicholas Piramal India Ltd Nokia India Pvt. Ltd. Novartis India Ltd. Nsquar Web Dev. and IT Software Services Oberoi Group Ogilvy And Mather Pvt Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas corporation Ltd(ONGC) One97 Communication Onida( MIRC Electronics) Oracle Financial Services Oracle India (P) Ltd

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Orient Craft Osram India Pvt.Ltd. Otis Elevators co India Ltd Outlook India Paladion Networks Panasonic Pantaloon Retail India Ltd. Parle Products Pvt. Ltd. Pataka Group of Companies. Pepsi Co. India Holdings Pvt. Ltd. Perfect Relations Perfetti Van Melle (I) Pvt Ltd. Petroleum India International Philips Electronics India Ltd. PhillipCapital (India) Pvt. Ltd. Piaggio India Pidilite Piramal Healthcare Planet Retail Polaris Software Labs Ltd. Pricewaterhouse Coopers Ltd Provogue India Prudent Corporate Advisory Services Ltd. Punjab National BankPyramid Retail Ltd. Pyro Telecommunications Pvt. Ltd. Quantum Research Quatrro(Flextronics KPO Div) Quick Heal Technologies Radio City Radio Mirchi Railtel Corporation of India Rajesh Exports Ltd. Rallis India Ltd. Ramco System Ranbaxy Laboratory Ltd. RAS Infraport Pvt Ltd (RASIPL) Rashtriya chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd.


Rediffusion Y&R Redington India Ltd. Reitzel India Private Limited Reliance Communications Reliance Digital Reliance Energy Ltd. Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL) Reliance Life insurance Company Reliance Money Reliance Mutual Fund Reliance Petroleum Limited Reliance Retail India Religare Commodities Religare Securities Rohit Surfactants Private Limited(Ghari Detergent) Royal Agro Foods Royal Enfield ltd Royal Sundaram Alliance Insurance Co. Ltd. Ruchi Soya Industries Limited Saint Gobain Samsung India Electronics Ltd. Sandvik  Sapient India Ltd. Satyam Infoway Ltd(SIFY) SBI Capital Markets SBI Life Insurance Company Limited SBI Mutual Fund Schneider Electric Seco Tools India Ltd. Shahi Exports Ltd. Shelton Hotels Shinsei Investment Management Shoppers Stop Shree cements Ltd. Siemens India Ltd. Siemon Sierra Atlantic Inc. Sigma Soft Singapore Airlines Limited Skoda India Small Industries Dev. Bank of India (SIDBI) Soccernova Sona Koyo Steering Systems Ltd. Sonalika Group Sony India Spear Logistics Private Limited Spice telecom SRF Ltd. Standard Chartered Bank Star Union Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Steel Authority of India Limited(SAIL) Stellar Information Systems Pvt. Ltd. Stock Holding Corporation of India Ltd. Stone Age International Strides Acrolab Ltd. Subhash Projects And Marketing Limited Sudarshan Chamicals P Ltd Sundaram Clayton Ltd Sunflag Iron & Steel Co. ltd Surya Food & Agro Ltd. (Priya gold Biscuits) Suzlon Energy Ltd.

Symphony Services corporation Syngenta India Limited TaeguTec India Pvt Ltd. Tanishq (Titan company Ltd) TATA AIG General Insurance Co.Ltd. Tata Autocomp Systems Ltd. Tata Bluescope Steel Tata Capital Ltd. Tata Chemicals Ltd. Tata Consultancy services (TCS) Tata Indicom Ltd. Tata International Ltd. Tata Iron Steel Co. Ltd. (TISCO) Tata Metaliks Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Tata Power Tata Sky DTH Tata Steel Ltd. Tata Steel Processing & Distribution Ltd. Tata Tea Ltd. Tata Technologies Tata Tele services Ltd. TBM Technologies Pvt Ltd. TCI Freight Tech Mahindra Telecom Centres of Excellence Telenity  Texas Instruments India Ltd. The Swatch Group The Leela Hotels The Raymond Group The State Trading Corporation Ltd The Woolmark Company Pvt. Ltd. The Maersk Group The Neo Research consulting The Poonawalla Group of Companies Thermax India Ltd. Third Wave Exim Thomas Cook(I) Ltd. Thyssen Krupp Elevator Times of India Titan Industries Ltd. TMI logistics TNS India Pvt. Ltd. Toshiba Touchmagix Media Pvt. Ltd. Tractors and Farm Equipment Ltd (TAFE) Tractors India Ltd. TransGraph Consulting Pvt. Ltd Transparent Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Trent Ltd. TRF Ltd. Trident India Pvt. Ltd Trinity India Ltd TTK Healthcare TPA Private Ltd TVS Logistics TVS motors Company Ltd. Tyco Electronics Corp. (I) Pvt. Ltd. UBS Securities Ultratech Cement UNICEL Technologies Pvt Ltd

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Unify Communications Uniliver Ceylon Ltd, (Srilanka) Union Bank of India Unistar Enterprises United Breweries Global Corp. Ltd. Usha International Ltd. Usha Martin Ltd. UTI Asset Management Co. Ltd. Vardhaman Textiles Ltd. Vatika Group Vedanta - The Group Venky's Exports Viacom 18 Videocon Industries Ltd. Videsh Sanchaar Nigam Limited (VSNL) Vimal Exports Virgin Mobiles Vodafone Essar Ltd. Volkswagen Group Sales India Private Limited Voltas Ltd. Volvo Bus Corporation Way2wealth Brokers Pvt. Ltd. Welspun India Ltd. Wep Peripherals Ltd Western Coalfields Limited Whirlpool Ltd. Wipro Consumer Care & Lighting Wipro Infotech Wipro Infrastructure Wockhardt Xerox India XION Advertising Xylem Water Solutions India Pvt. Ltd. Yes Bank Ltd. Zebronics Zee Television Network Zensar Technologies Zydus Cadila 3M India Ltd. 92.7 BIG FM 


Management Programmes Offered by Sri Balaji Society


BIMM

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF MODERN MANAGEMENT (Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India) All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

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alaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM) formerly known as IIMM, is proud of her achievements. Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian is the Executive Director of BIMM and Dr. Hirak Dasgupta is the Director of the institute. The institute enjoys very good campus placements. We are proud of our full time faculties and the Veterans from the industry who are fully involved in the training/grooming process of our students.

CREDENTIALS OF BIMM 1.

One amongst 4th Business School in India for the return on investment (ROI). (Source: Outlook : Oct 6, 2014)

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One amongst Top 13 Private B-School in the Country One amongst Top 28 B-School in the Country & Ranked 2nd B-School in Pune (Source: Outlook : Oct 1, 2012)

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Ranked 5th for ‘Marketing Management’ in India (Source: Business India Survey, 17th Oct. 2010)

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One amongst Top 10 Private B-School in the Country (Source: OPEN- C fore Survey, 18th Sept. 2009)

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One amongst top 11 Private B-School in the Country (Source – Mint : Exclusive Partner – The Wall Street Journal – Sept 12, 2008)

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J.J Irani Award for Best B-School 2009

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The 'Best B – School Award in Marketing' in Western Region from DNA, Impact – 2009

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No – 1 B-School in Pune - The Telegraph, 24 Aug 2008

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One amongst top 20 private B-School in the Country (Source – Outlook : Sept 29,2008)

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Above A++ (Top Grade) B – School in India. (Source : Business India, Oct 2008)

11.

The 'Best B-School Award' by Deccan Herald – 2005

For more details please visit our Website.: www.bimmpune.com

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One amongst the Top – 10 New B-School in India (Business World – 2003)

Welcome to BIMM.

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BIMM received the 'Best B-School Award' in the 'World HRD Congress' in 2003 itself.

BIMM today stands tall amongst the best B schools in the country. This is proved from the fact that a large number of companies from all over India are recruiting our students and many more of them have provided project studies. All the PGDM programs offered by the institute, and for that matter the entire society, are of equal status and at the time of placements also the companies look at them with an open mind in terms of status. Nevertheless, it should be noted that each individual is a different and unique entity with his / her own potential/ strengths and weaknesses which will determine their performance/ placements ultimately. Yes, we have the best brains from all over India specialising in all fields of management and we are determined to do everything possible for the holistic development and success of our students.

Best Institute in Management Award World HRD Congress

Best B-School Award by Deccan Herald, Bangalore, 2005

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Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management Courses Offered at

Sri Balaji Society (SBS) From

Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM) Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) ELIGIBILITY Candidates should have a minimum of 50% marks in graduation from any statutory University (45% for reserved category). However bonus marks will be given to relevant full time industrial experience and higher percentage of marks. Those who are in their final year of graduation in the academic year 2014-15 and are confident to get 50% can also apply and furnish evidence of degree by 1/11/2015.

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION (2015-17) Two Year Full Time Job oriented

PGDM PROGRAMMES POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM) Specializations Offered: Sales and Marketing (including Retail and Insurance),Finance and financial services, Systems, Operations and Supply Chain Management including Logistics. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-IT & Marketing) a) A full fledged program offering specialization in Systems as well as Sales and Marketing Management. b) SAP Training- S&D Module and ABAP will also be offered at a nominal fee, to be charged additionally, to selected students enhancing chances of placements as SAP consultants. (This training is a very expensive one if sought outside.) c) Engineers are preferred to take admission in this course. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-PM & HRD) a) It is a specialist program in Personnel Management & Human Resources Development including Labour Laws offering excellent scope in the sphere of Human Resources Management in the industry. b) 50% of the seats are reserved for Engineers. Note : Notwithstanding the above, adequate IT training is compulsory to all.

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POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-Executive Batch) a) Scope- Those with adequate and appropriate industry experience will be admitted to this batch and presented for lateral placements with higher salary as compared to others as we hope them to be placed at higher level. b) Eligibility- Any graduate with 2 to 3 years of relevant managerial/supervisory experience in the industry . c) Specializations Offered: Sales and Marketing (including Retail and Insurance),Finance and financial services, HR, Systems, Operations and Supply Chain Management including Logistics.

Note : Notwithstanding the above, IT training is compulsory to all.

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BITM

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF TELECOM & MANAGEMENT (Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India) All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

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alaji Institute of Telecom and Management (BITM), formerly known as ICTM is run by Sri Balaji Society. Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian is the Dean of the Institute and Dr. Seema Singh-Zokarkar is the Director of the Institute. The institute enjoys very good campus placements. BITM was established in the year 2002 with a focus on the dynamic needs of the industry in general and the Telecom Industry in particular in an ever-changing business environment which is driven by powerful forces of technological innovation, intense competition and globalization. BITM has been ranked among the Top 3 Telecom B-schools in India by 'Outlook ‘ (dated September 27, 2004) and an “A++” B- School in India (Business India). BITM trains the student managers to become 'ENABLERS' in tomorrow's world. It strives to transform individuals into dynamic, well-groomed and well-trained corporate citizens . The Institute is offering career-oriented Post-Graduate Diploma in Management in Telecom, Telecom & Marketing and Marketing & Finance. The students are compatible and enabled to join all the sectors of the industry and also to cater to the niche segments of Telecom Industry. Traditionally, the institute has been admitting mostly those from engineering background. However it has been decided that bright students from other streams of graduations will also be admitted for marketing and finance specializations.

CREDENTIALS OF BITM 1.

Ranked as 46th top B-School in India. (Source: Times & Nielsen Survey, Times Top B School Survey, 31 March, 2014, Times of India).

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Ranked amongst the Top 50 B-Schools in India (Source: Business Today A C Nielsons, 2012).

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Awarded Best Academic & Industry Interface Education Institute at the World Education Congress 2012, Mumbai

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Asia’s Best B- School Award 2011, Singapore , has awarded BITM as Best Emerging B-School in South East Asia

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Asia’s Best B-School Awards 2011, Singapore, has awarded BITM as 'Business School with best industry interface'.

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Ranked as A++ (Top Grade) B-School in India (Source: Business India, Oct. '11)

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One amongst the Top 3 B-Schools in Telecom Management in India (Source: Outlook September 2004).

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One amongst the top 40 B-Schools all over India.

It should be noted that BITM is not providing managerial resources to telecom (Source: Careers 360, February 2009). industry only. The students from Marketing, Operations, Systems and Finance are eligible for placements in any sector of the industry as well. We prefer that the students of Telecom specialization should get Telecom related placements so that the full advantage of engineering is derived in the long run. For example, many students have taken up careers in telecom verticals in IT companies such as Infosys and Wipro . For more details please visit our Website.: www.bitmpune.com Welcome to BITM.

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Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management Courses Offered at

Sri Balaji Society (SBS) From

Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM) Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) ELIGIBILITY Candidates should have a minimum of 50% marks in graduation from any statutory University (45% for reserved category). However bonus marks will be given to relevant full time industrial experience and higher percentage of marks. Those who are in their final year of graduation in the academic year 2014-15 and are confident to get 50% can also apply and furnish evidence of degree by 1/11/2015.

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION (2015-17) Two Year Full Time Job oriented

PGDM PROGRAMMES 1. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-Telecom) a) It is a full-fledged two year full time program. Specialisations offered: Telecom, Finance, Operations and Systems b) Only Engineers with specialization in Electronics and Telecommunications/ Telecommunications / Computer Science/ Information Technology/ Instrumentation/ Electrical are eligible for admission to Telecom Management. 2. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM Telecom & Marketing) a) It is a full-fledged two year full time program with focused specialization in Telecom Management as well as Marketing. Means, about 30 students can specialize in Telecom and 30 students can specialize in Marketing. b) Eligibility For Telecom Specialization. Same as per serial 1 above. c) Eligibility for Marketing. Same as per serial 3.

3. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-Marketing & Finance) a) It is full-fledged two year full time program with focused specialization in Marketing or Finance. b) Specialization will be offered in two disciplines to two groups of students. Means ,about 30 students can specialize in Marketing and 30 students may specialize in Finance. Any bright graduate is eligible to apply for this course. Note : Notwithstanding the above, adequate IT training is compulsory to all. 59


BIIB

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India) All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

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alaji Institute of International Business, run by Sri Balaji Society. Dr. (Col). A. Balasubramanian is the Dean of the Institute and Dr. Suresh Chandra Padhy is the Director of the institute. The institute enjoys very good campus placements. BIIB commenced its activities from the academic session 2003-2005. The institute is established to provide a specialized, unique and innovative curriculum in International Business, Finance and Marketing. BIIB , an “A+++� Grade Business School is one of the fastest growing International Business Schools in India. Today, major institutes focus on Business Management while BIIB emphasizes on Global Business Management. Enjoying very good placement record consistently over the years, the institute has been admired by management aspirants and industry alike. The students of this institute are placed in all the sectors of management. While an overview of International Business is taught to all the specializations in this institute, in depth exposure is given to those who are specializing in International Business as core specialization.

CREDENTIALS OF BIIB 1.

Ranked as 'A+++' grade B-School in India (Source: GO-Getter May, 2014).

2.

Ranked as 'A++' grade B-School in India (Source: Business India, Oct, 2010).

3.

Finds its name in the list of 'Best B-schools' and is ranked 9th in Maharashtra (Source: Competition Success Review, November 2007).

4.

Awarded as B-School with 'Best Academic Input (Syllabus) in Marketing' in 17th Business School Affair & Dewing Mehta - Business School Award for Business School at World Brand Summit Held at Mumbai on (4th & 5th November 2009).

The Institute is offering three distinct programs, namely PGDM (International 5. Ranked as 18th Most Promising B-Schools of Excellence in India Business), PGDM (Marketing) & PGDM (Finance). The course curriculum is well (Source: CSR-GHRDC B-School Survey 2008) structured, innovative and has been designed to meet the evolving demands of the industry. Highly qualified and dedicated faculty, a well networked computer centre and a splendid library and resource centre - all these and more provide students with a unique learning experience. The academic curriculum is rigorous and admission process is highly selective. Those who meet the grade are offered an experience that is unparalleled. For more details please visit our Website.: www.biibpune.com Welcome to BIIB.

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Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management Courses Offered at

Sri Balaji Society (SBS) From

Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB) Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) ELIGIBILITY Candidates should have a minimum of 50% marks in graduation from any statutory University (45% for reserved category). However bonus marks will be given to relevant full time industrial experience and higher percentage of marks. Those who are in their final year of graduation in the academic year 2014-15 and are confident to get 50% can also apply and furnish evidence of degree by 01/11/2015.

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION (2015-17) Two Year Full Time Job oriented

PGDM PROGRAMMES 1. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-International Business) a) It is a full fledged two years Management program with extensive exposure and specialisation in International Business drawn on the lines of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT). b) Students of this course can get placed in the field of International Business as well as Marketing in the Industry. 2. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-Marketing) It is a full fledged two years Management program with extensive exposure in th field of Sales & Marketing with an overview of International Business. 3. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-Finance) a) It is a full fledged two years full time program with specialisation offered in Finance. b) Selected students from this course can also specialise in SAP (FICO) Model and can get placed as SAP consultants which has the potential of global careers.

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BIMHRD

BALAJI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT (Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India) All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU)

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alaji Institute of Management and Human Resource Development (BIMHRD) formerly known as ICMHRD, is a unique institute which has emerged as one amongst the Best B-schools in the country within a short period of time. BIMHRD, run by Sri Balaji Society. Dr. (Col) A. Balasubramanian is the Dean of BIMHRD & Dr. G. Gopalakrishnan is the Director of the Institute. The institute enjoys very good campus placements. We are proud of our full time faculties and veterans from the industry who are fully involved in the training/grooming process of our students.At BIMHRD, students are put through a schedule that strikes the perfect balance between academic inputs and workshops conducted by veterans from the corporate world, which gives them exposure to the latest developments in the industry. Our rigorous schedule ensures that our students emerge as the very best in all aspects of business. It is said that there are lots of problems in the corporate world, but our sole problem is that there are not enough problems to satisfy our appetite for problems, because students at BIMHRD are groomed to view problems as opportunities from day one. BIMHRD is offering 3, two year full time PGDM programs. These programs aim at grooming the students to emerge as most successful corporate leaders. Discipline, Dedication and Determination are the key values which we cherish. Our training programs/ workshops/ Management games/seminars aim at promoting and inculcating positive attitude and promotive environment leading to realization of the dreams of the students and parents. The students of BIMHRD are placed in prestigious companies just like other institutes of Sri Balaji Society.

CREDENTIALS OF BIMHRD 1.

Ranked as 42nd top B-School in India. (Source: Times & Nielsen Survey, Times Top B School Survey, 31 March, 2014, Times of India).

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67th In Top private B schools ( CSR-GHRDC B school survey 2014)

3.

Ranked 73th – (The Week- Hansa Research B-school survey 2014)

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Rank 90 among top 100 (Outlook –Drshti B School survey 2014)

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Rank 119-India's best B schools ( Business world 2014)

6.

Order of Merit -121 (Business Today- MDRA survey 2014)

7.

Asia’s Best B-School Award 2011 ‘Suntec Singapore’

8.

Ranked as Best B-School in HRD (19th Business School Affair and ‘DEWANG MEHTA Business School Award’) November 2011.

Global HR Excellence Awards 2009 Best B-School Award Asia Pacific HRM Congress

For more details please visit our Website.: www.bimhrdpune.com Welcome to BIMHRD.

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Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management Courses Offered at

Sri Balaji Society (SBS) From

Balaji Institute of Management & Human Resource Development Courses Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt of India All the Courses are granted the Status of, "Equivalent to 'MBA' by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) ELIGIBILITY Candidates should have a minimum of 50% marks in graduation from any statutory University (45% for reserved category). However bonus marks will be given to relevant full time industrial experience and higher percentage of marks. Those who are in their final year of graduation in the academic year 2014-15 and are confident to get 50% can also apply and furnish evidence of degree by 1/11/2015.

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION (2015-17) Two Year Full Time Job oriented

PGDM PROGRAMMES POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM) Specializations Offered: Sales and Marketing (including Retail and Insurance), Finance and financial services, Operations and Supply Chain Management including Logistics and Systems. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT(PGDM-Marketing & Finance) a) It is a full-fledged two year full time program with focused specialization in Marketing or Finance. b) Specialization will be offered in two disciplines to two groups of students. Means, about 30 students can specialize in Marketing and 30 students may specialize in Finance. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM-PM & HRD) a) It is a specialist program in Personnel Management & Human Resources Development including Labour Laws offering excellent scope in the sphere of Human Resources Management in the industry. b) 50% of the seats are reserved for Engineers.

Note : Notwithstanding the above, adequate IT training is compulsory to all.

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Additional Academic Inputs Memorandum of Understanding with SAP India Pvt. Ltd. Sri Balaji Society has signed an MOU with SAP India Pvt Ltd for a 200 Hours Online training on 6 modules of SAP such as SD, HR, MM, FI, CO and ABAP which can be completed simultaneously during the PGDM course. On successful completion of 200 hours of online training on self-learning mode they will get a course completion certiď€ cate signed by SAP India Pvt Ltd and Sri Balaji Society. As part of the above MOU, SAP will set up a 'SAP Center Of Excellence' in Sri Balaji Society Campus where Sri Balaji Society students will get an opportunity to work with SAP 6.1 live server. They will also be eligible to go for SAP Global level certiď€ cation on a discounted price.

Civil Services Examination Training We have integrated the subjects meant for Preliminary examination for IAS, IPS, IRS, and IFS etc. Thereby simultaneously preparing our candidates for IAS. However it is up to the students whether they want to appear in those exams or not.

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COURSES OFFERED BY BALAJI LAW COLLEGE (BLC) & BALAJI COLLEGE OF ARTS, COMMERCE & SCIENCE (BCACS) 65


BALAJI LAW COLLEGE (Affiliated to the University of Pune, Approved by Bar Council of India and Government of Maharashtra)

BALAJI LAW COLLEGE (BLC) was established in year 2003 affiliated to University of Pune (Registration no. Pu/Pn/Law/186/2003/). Balaji Law College is a symbol of Discipline, Dedication and Determination and has been successful in producing quality advocates for our country with the help of highly qualified academicians.

Ranked as 8th “Best Emerging Colleges - In India”

100% Result

in 2014 by the India Today-Nielsen Survey

Final Year Batches

Courses Offered :

 B.A. LL.B. (5 Years)  LL.B. (3 Years) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (1) B.A. LL.B(5 Year Course) :

Any candidate with 45% marks(40% for SC/ST) in H.S.C.(10+2) or its equivalent qualification. Age limit : 20 years(22 years for SC/ST)

(2) LL.B(3 Year Course) :

Any candidate with 45% marks(40% for SC/ST) in graduation or its equivalent qualification. Age limit : 30 years(35 years for SC/ST)

How to Apply : Prospectus and Application Forms will be available on BLC website. Candidates can download application form from our website. And send the duly filled application form along with a demand draft of Rs. 300/- drawn in favour of "Principal, Balaji Law College”' Pune to “The President, Sri Balaji Society, Admission Cell, S.No. 3/1+4, Aundh - Ravet Road, Village Tathawade, Pune - 411 033. Write the name and address of the applicant on the reverse side of the DD.

Application Forms available on

www.balajilaw.com

• 12 years of excellence in legal education • Merit list holders of University of Pune from BLC and top mooters in State and National moot court competitions • Placement assistance • Well equipped computer lab with Legal Database • Moot Court, Legal aid activities, guest lectures by eminent legal scholars, seminars, workshops and Mock parliaments.

For admissions contact the Principal In-charge

S. No.3/1+4, Aundh-Ravet Road, Tathawade, Pune 33. Tel. : (020) 67084044/45, 09168290808 Email : admissions@balajilaw.com

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BALAJI COLLEGE OF ARTS, COMMERCE AND SCIENCE (BCACS) (Affiliated to the University of Pune and Approved by the Govt. of Maharashtra) Keeping in view the mission of Sri Balaji Society, the present scenario of higher education at national and international level and the advancing frontiers of science and technology, this institution provides an ideal academic atmosphere for the pursuit of excellence in higher education in Arts, Commerce and Science. In addition, the college also organizes sports activities, extension activities for community development focusing on civic responsibilities, social awareness and value based education. Courses Offered & Eligibility:

• BBA/ BCA: HSC(10+2) with English as passing subject with minimum 45% marks or its equivalent / 3 years Diploma after S.S.C./M.C.V.C • BSc (Computer Science): H.S.C. (10+2) examination in science with mathematics from a recognized Board/ 3 years Diploma in Engineering after S.S.C., conducted by the Board of Technical Examinations, Maharashtra State • BCom : HSC(10+2) from any recognized Board or its equivalent Examinations.

KEY FEATURES OF BCACS  Personal attention towards students' academic and career development.  Guidance for CAT, MAT, CA, CS, ICWA, Banking Exam. UPSC/MPSC  Excellent Placement Services. Training for Personality Development and Communication Skills.

BALAJI JUNIOR COLLEGE OF ARTS, COMMERCE AND SCIENCE (BJCACS) (Affiliated to the Maharashtra Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune Division Board and Approved by the Govt. of Maharashtra) Eligibility Criteria: • Admission to Std.XI is through centralized admission process. Students having passed Std.X (SSC/ CBSC/ ICSE/ NOS or other equivalent examinations) are eligible for admission as per merit and availability of seats. • Admission to Std. XII is through merit and availability of seats. 67

For Admissions Contact (BCACS & BJCACS): The Principal Balaji College of Arts, Commerce and Science (BCACS), S.No. 3/1 & 3/2, Tathawade, Pune – 411033. Tel.: 020-6708 4041/42/43, 09168290202 E-mail: admissions@bcacspune.com Website: www.bcacspune.com


Academic Inputs in Various Specialisations


(This is just a general outline. Exact course curriculum for each course will be given to students on the joining of their specific course.) PGDM - TELECOM

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Management Information Systems MS Office 2013 DBMS & Oracle SPSS

Marketing Management - I Marketing Management - II Business Research & Data Analysis Services Marketing Brand Management Sales & Distribution Management Customer Relationship Management Case Studies & Marketing Management

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Principles & Practice of Management Managerial Economics Managerial Statistics Organisational Behaviour Indian Polity & Constitution Macroeconomic Policy and Analysis Quantitative Techniques Strategic Management Business Communication Personnel Management & IR Indian History Environmental Studies

Marketing Management -1 Business Research Methods Marketing Management - II Marketing Research Brand Management Strategic Marketing Services Marketing Integrated Marketing Communication Consumer Behaviour Rural Marketing Digital Marketing

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International Business - I International Business - II International Trade Operations (Import & Export) International Trade Logistics Global Sourcing and Business Development International Marketing

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Management Information Systems MS Office 2013 DBMS & Oracle MS Excel SPSS


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Management Information Systems MS Office 2013 DBMS & Oracle MS Excel SPSS


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Management Information Systems MS Office 2013 DBMS & Oracle MS Excel SPSS


Admission Process for The Institutions of Sri Balaji Society

Welcome to Sri Balaji Society India is going through an Industrial Revolution. Lot of companies are coming from abroad and even the Indian Companies are going for overseas operations. So, we all are witnessing globalization and in this environment, the Post Graduates in Management are the most sought after human resources in the country. Not withstanding the upheavals in the global markets, India is still poised to keep her growing phase as it is evident from its economic growth rate compared to other countries in the world. That does not mean that any and every Post Graduate in Management will find his dream company and dream job. Right person to the right job with right attitude is the demand of the industry. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the B – Schools to select the right candidates for the right training and course, so that at the end of the day, the students are empowered for their corporate endeavors. Admission Process for The Institutions of Sri Balaji Society We, in Sri Balaji Society leave no stone unturned to ensure that, every student joining any of our Institute is groomed and placed well. Although, we are having very tough training schedule, the spirit behind it is to give maximum to the students, so that, the objective of their joining us and paying fees is realized. The institutions for which we will be conducting the selection process for admission are as under:-

(a)

Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM)

(b)

Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM)

(c)

Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB)

(d)

Balaji Institute of Management & HRD (BIMHRD)

All the four Management Institutes of Sri Balaji Society are well known in the country for the excellent grooming process and Campus Placements.The founder of Sri Balaji Society is paying equal attention to each of the Management Institutes and ensures that the leaders in the society as well as in the institutes work together to deliver the results. Each Director whether from the Society or from the Institutes, works like a family member and is interdependent. This collective effort and the concept of unity in diversity is ensuring that common culture, common rules, common procedures, common grooming process and common examinations produce good results although every Institute is fully equipped to innovate and produce good results. Therefore, taking admission to any of the Institutes imply that you have taken the right decision.

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Introduction 1.

The selection process for admission to the following management institutes of Sri Balaji Society, which offer Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Diploma in Management will be conducted centrally, in various centres. These Management Institutes are as under :(a) Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM) (b) Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM) (c) Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB) (d) Balaji Institute of Management & Human Resource Development (BIMHRD)

One Common Prospectus , One Common Application Form for Four best B Schools and 13 Courses 2. Since Sri Balaji Society is one family, we have decided that we shall go for one prospectus and one application form where, all the courses of all the Institutes of Sri Balaji Society are listed so that each student can apply to any one or all the courses of any one institute or all the courses of all the four Institutes of Sri Balaji Society according to his/her order of preference of the course(s) . The application form has appropriate columns and the students should carefully fill up the same, so that, a student can get maximum opportunity to get admitted to any of the courses of Sri Balaji Society. Please note that, all the courses of Sri Balaji Society are approved by AICTE and AIU (Equivalent to MBA), all the vacancies put together in all the four management institutes we have 1020 vacancies. In case the candidate is not opted for an institute / course then he/she will not be considered for the same while preparing the Merit List. However students with 2 to 3 years of work experience can apply for the Executive PGDM course. Available intake in BIMM are: PGDM-120, PGDM (IT & Marketing)-120, PGDM (PM & HRD) - 60 and PGDM (Executive) - 60. Available intake in BITM are: PGDM (Telecom)120, PGDM (Telecom & Marketing)- 60, PGDM (Marketing & Finance) - 60. Available intake in BIIB are: PGDM (International Business) - 60, PGDM (Marketing) - 60 and PGDM (Finance) - 60. Available intake in BIMHRD are : PGDM - 120, PGDM (Marketing & Finance) - 60 and PGDM (PM and HRD) - 60.

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Status of Each B School of Sri Balaji Society: BIMM, BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD 3. As mentioned above, all the PGDM courses offered by all the B-Schools of Sri Balaji Society are approved by AICTE & AIU (Equivalent to MBA) (Equivalence to MBA), Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Most of the companies visiting us for Campus Placements are seeing all the qualified students of all the four Management Institutes during Common Campus Placements. While the President, Sri Balaji Society is the Executive Director of BIMM, the first B –School of Sri Balaji Society. He is also the Dean of all the remaining three B – Schools. The Directors of the Society are devoted to and are integral part of all the Management Institutes of Sri Balaji Society. Besides this, each Institute is having full compliment of Director, Full Time and Visiting Faculties, Infrastructure, Library and everything required for a growth oriented B-School as per AICTE norms. All the Institutes are located in one beautiful campus. The hostel is also common for all institutes and is separate for boys and girls. The courses offered by each of these institutes are listed in this Prospectus. Thus each institution is important and enjoys equal status and attention from the Top Management. Eligibility Criteria 4. (a) Anyone who is already a graduate from any University recognized by UGC with minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST). (b). Those in the final year of graduation in the academic year 2014/15 and confident of getting marks of 50% and above can also apply. Admission committee may give more weightage to higher marks in graduation. (c). As for Executive Batch is concerned, the applicant should have a minimum of 2 to 3 years experience, as a full-time employee in a Company is a requirement. 5. In case of PGDM (Executive Batch), candidate should have 2-3 years of industrial work experience as a full time employee in the field of Sales, Marketing, Human Resource, Finance, Operations, Systems and related areas of management in the industry is eligible. These applicants should submit the industry experience certificate signed by the Director(HR) or any other authorised signatory of the Company / Companies and copies of their Appointment Letters along with the application form. There will be no difference in the course curriculum for this batch and they will receive the same inputs as applicable to the PGDM Programs except for the fact that they can expect lateral placements with higher compensation packages. Those having lesser number of industrial experiences also get different and upgraded placements depending upon their corporate experience though they may not be admitted to the Executive Batch, but to the other courses. 6. Relevant work experience means full time employment in any company and not in the family business. It also means working on full-time basis on the specialization departments in the company such as Sales, Marketing, Finance, HR, IT, Operations and so on. Only such candidates can expect differential compensations based on work experience. However the selection committee can look into all the other type of work experiences and consider award of marks.Candidates appearing for any final year Degree examination up to June 2015 can also apply. However, if they fail to match the above qualitative requirement when the result is declared for the graduation examination, they will be relieved from the course compulsorily. Same will be the case with respect to those who fail in their degree examination, which means a candidate should qualify his/her graduation examination with a minimum of 50% marks latest by the academic year 2014-15. The mark sheets should be submitted to the Institute latest by 01 November 2015. 7.

Medical Fitness Certificate needs to be provided at the time of joining .

8.

Should be willing to comply with the Rules and Regulations of the Sri Balaji Society . Please visit our Website : www.balajisociety.org

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Selection Procedure 9. Written Examination. We accept CAT/MAT/CMAT/XAT scores. However, as CAT /MAT/CMAT/XAT scores are issued to the students, any student who has appeared for the CAT/MAT/CMAT/XAT examinations can apply for our courses with these marks. Thus, all the four Management institutes will accept CAT/MAT/CMAT/XAT scores. However, the MAT, CMAT & XAT scores will be equalized and validated to the CAT score value and that will only be counted for the purpose of merit list. Anyone having any objection to the same, need not to apply. We do not believe in any cut-off points as we give only 30% of the weightage for the entrance examination, while making the merit list. 10. Group Discussions. Candidates who fulfill the qualitative requirements will be called for the Group Discussions by experts . This will be for a duration of 30-45 minutes per group. This may include role play, case studies and extempore speech and GD. 40% of the weightage in the merit list will be given to the GD process. Therefore the GD process may extend to the second day although all efforts will be made to complete the process in one day. This is an elimination round. 11. Essay Writing as Integral part of Interview Process. Written Communication Skill is very important for any one to succeed in the industry. Therefore, the applicants will be required to appear for an essay writing exercise on a subject, which will be given on the spot in the selection centres. This will be for 30 marks and fifty percent of the marks will be counted . This essay writing will be for half an hour. The topics will be general in nature and any one who follows the National Newspapers can easily appear for the same and score good marks. 12. Personal Interviews. This expert panel interview and the essay marks will carry 30% of the weightage . This panel will assess the candidates on various parameters including the suitability of the candidate for a particular specialisation. The panel will also give opportunity to the applicants to add or delete course options. Selection Centres 13. While we are keen to have the admission process in all the centres mentioned below and have been having many of the centres for many years in the past, we reserve the right to cancel any of the centres depending upon the contingencies. However, it may be noted that, the hall ticket issued by us to any centre is valid to all the centres and the students who may need a change of centre due to any reason can automatically go to any other centre by just informing us through an e-mail/fax and without expecting any response to the same. Changes in dates or Cancellation of Centres if any, for the Group Discussion, Essay writing and Interviews will be available on our website on as required basis. Students are therefore advised to see the website regularly.

CENTER CODE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

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DATE

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CENTER CITY

Ahmedabad Amritsar Bangalore Bhopal Bhubaneswar Chandigarh Chennai Dehradun Delhi Goa Guwahati Hyderabad Indore Jaipur Jammu Kochi Kolkata

11-Feb 8-Mar 7-Mar 10-Feb 27-Feb 14-Feb 25-Feb 25-Feb 28-Feb 21-Feb 23-Feb 15-Feb 3-Mar 12-Feb 13-Feb 1-Mar 21-Feb

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Kota Lucknow Mumbai Nagpur Patna Pune (Round 1) Raipur Ranchi Varanasi Belgaum Coimbatore Gangtok Gwalior Pune (Round 2) Trivandrum Vijayawada

DATE 23-Feb 17-Feb 1-Mar 8-Feb 19-Feb 14-Feb 23-Feb 9-Mar 3-Mar 25-Feb 17-Feb 26-Feb 11-Mar 14-15 Mar 19-Feb 4-Mar

Hall Ticket Issued for any Centre will be Valid for All the Centres 14. Admit Card issued to any centre is valid for all the centres and candidates can appear before the selection committee in any centre provided they have informed about their intention to appear before a selection centre other than the one mentioned in the admit card well in advance. No separate communication for change of centre will be communicated by us. The candidates are required to come with all their original and certified copies of degrees and mark sheets when they come for the selection process.

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Documents To be submitted during the Interview 15. The following documents are required to be submitted at the time of interview: (a) Attested true copies of all Mark-Sheets and Certificates of 10th std., 12th Std., and Graduation. Incase of those who are still in final year of the degree course they should submit mark sheet of the previous years. (b) Work-Experience Certificate. (If applicable). (c) Certificates related to Extra-Curricular Activities (If applicable). (d) Copy of Caste Certificate incase of SC/ST candidates. Submission of CAT/ MAT /C-MAT /XATResult/ Score 16. Candidates should submit the application form with the photostat copy of CAT/MAT/C-MAT/XAT scores which will be verified during Personal Interview. The latest MAT score which is available with the candidates can be submitted. It may be noted that we are not going to do our short listing based on the CAT/ MAT/C-MAT/XAT score alone, although weightage is allotted for the same. Merit List 17. On completion of interviews, we compare the performance of all candidates appearing for the interview and generate a final merit list based on their overall performance. The candidate is considered for the course which he has preferred according to the priority mentioned by him / her in the application form. Incase, he / she is not selected to the course applied by him / her, then he / she will be considered for other courses and selected on merit. It may be noted that, all the Management courses are of the same status and the inputs are also similar according to specialization. As we have already mentioned the placement opportunities for all the courses are very good as has been proved by the track record of Sri Balaji Society. 18. It means that each institution is important and enjoys equal status and attention from the top management. We select the best possible candidates for all the Institutes from amongst the common pool of all the candidates applied for admission to any or all the institutes of Sri Balaji Society; although such a consideration arises only when a candidate is not selected for admission to the particular institute to which he or she may have applied originally. By doing so, we are in no way taking away any opportunity from anyone but are providing an additional opportunity to get selected in any of the prestigious institutes of Sri Balaji Society. This is done subject to the following conditions: (a) That they are eligible for the same. To become eligible, they should have opted for the institute(s)/ course(s) (one can opt for either one institute/ course(s) or for all the institutes/ all the courses as per his/ her order of preference as marked in the application form) for us to consider them. (b) That vacancy exists in those Institute(s) for such a consideration. (c) That they come up in the merit of scope of those institutes / courses. (d) Changes in Government policies where applicable

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Women Empowerment 19. As a socially conscious trust we believe in the upliftment of women. Hence we ensure 50% of the intake of the students go to female candidates and remaining 50% goes to male candidates. In order to cater for the same, merit will be drawn separately for female & male candidates. Declaration of Result and Confirmation of admission 20. The admission list will be declared in the web site and also communicated through e mail. Selected students will be required to remit the first installment of Rs. 49,000/- (Rupees Forty nine Thousand only) within 10 days from the date of declaration of the admission list as above to confirm their admission. In case the selected candidate fail to remit the fee in time it will be assumed that the candidate is not interested in the admission and the vacancy will be released to the candidate in the waiting list. Important Dates 21. (a) Last date of submission of Application

:

8 February 2015

(b) Final Merit list

:

18 March 2015

(c) Last date of submission of Admission fee

:

28 March 2015

(d) Course Commencement

:

08 June 2015

Note: Dates mentioned above are tentative. Fees

Fee per annum

3,10,000/-

Education Loan 22. BIMM, BITM, BIIB & BIMHRD have been specially approved for educational loan schemes for the students who gets admission to any of these institutions from CREDILA (An HDFC Ltd. Co.), Central Bank of India & Andhra Bank as Sri Balaji Society has signed MOUs with these banks. All those students who get admitted in any of these institutes can approach these banks for availing educational loan. However students have the liberty to approach any other bank as per their convenience. Application - How to fill the Courses? 23. All the courses offered by all the institutes are listed in the application form. A student can opt either for one course of any institute or more courses or all the courses listed in the application form. Please note that all the courses are of equal status and of two-year duration. At the end of the admission process, a merit list will be drawn for each course separately and those who stand at the top ranks, for each course will be allotted the courses according to prescribed vacancies for each course . 24. The option of the students is therefore very critical for them to be considered for alternate courses. Therefore students are advised that they should opt for maximum or all the courses so that they have better chances of getting selected to any one of the courses offered by Sri Balaji Society. Enquiries 25. The entire admission process will be handled by the students. In fact, an Admission Cell comprising of students has been formed and it is they who will be handling the entire admissions from start to end. They will be more than keen to respond to all your queries not only on phone but also at the selection centres. You can address your mail to: admissions@balajisociety.org All the requests for prospectus and all the enquiries related to admission should be directed to the address mentioned above. Note: Any dispute will be settled by arbitration, subject to the jurisdiction of Pune.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS RELATED TO THE COURSES OF SRI BALAJI SOCIETY Introduction 1. All the required information is available on this website. However it is possible that you may still have some queries. This FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions, prepared on 9 Nov 2014, may provide the clarifications. We have tried to respond to a few questions. Still if any information is required you may address your queries to:(a) E – Mail admissions@balajisociety.org (b) Telephones 020-66741235/36, 30631235/36 (From 9am to 6pm) QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Question – 1. Which are the various B – Schools and other colleges under Sri Balaji Society,Pune? Ans – 1. The Management Institutes/Colleges of Sri Balaji Society are as under:Ser No. Institute / Colleges

Websites

(a)

Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM)

www.bimmpune.com

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Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM)

www.bitmpune.com

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Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB)

www.biibpune.com

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Balaji Institute of Management & HRD (BIMHRD)

www.bimhrdpune.com

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Balaji Law College (BLC)

www.balajilaw.com

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Balaji College of Arts, Commerce & Science (BCACS)

www.bcacspune.com

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Balaji Junior College of Arts, Commerce & Science (BJCACS)

www.bcacspune.com

Question – 2. Previously the names of the institutes were IIMM, ICTM, ICIB and ICMHRD. In the year 2005 the names have been changed to BIMM, BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD. What was the need for the change? Ans – 2. Initially our institutes were autonomous institutes just like SCMHRD, SIFT, SITM. Subsequently we decided to get the AICTE approval, AICTE approval was mandated to get jobs in public sector banks and Govt. undertakings. At that stage we were told by AICTE authorities that only government owned institutes can only have the prefix ‘Indian’. In order to get the AICTE approval we changed the word ‘Indian’ and replaced the word with ‘Balaji’ - the name of Lord Venkateshwara as the name of our Society is also ‘Sri Balaji Society’. Question – 3. What is the status of Recognition of the Two Year Full Time Post Graduate Management courses offered by BIMM, BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD? Are they equivalent to MBA Degree for employment purposes at par with MBA? Ans -3. (a) All the Management Programmes offered by us are two year full time courses.All the courses offered by the four institutes mentioned above are approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD Government of India. Copies of the approval letters of each institute are displayed in the websites of the respective institutes. (b) In addition to the above, all the two year full time PGDM programs offered by the four Institutes have been granted Equivalence to MBA Degree by Association of Indian Universities, AIU (Equivalent to MBA)which is not the case in case with many of the institutes offering PGDM courses. Very few PGDM institutes have received such as recognition from AIU (Equivalent to MBA).

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The Legendary Kiran Bedi in Campus

Question – 4. If the courses are approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Government of India, why are they known as PGDM and not MBA? Ans – 4. Degree is offered by a university or university affiliated college in the State. There are thousands of Institutes which took a conscious decision not to be in that crowd. Such Institutes enjoy the status of ‘Stand Alone Institutes’ granted by the AICTE, Ministry of HRD Government of India. They are not required to be affiliated to any particular University. Same is the case with the IIMs and XLRI which are not affiliated to any University. We are in the same category like the IIMs which are also not affiliated to any University and as it is not considered necessary. But, we are recognized by Association of the Indian Universities, AIU (Equivalent to MBA), which means, legally our courses have been granted the status of‘Equivalent to MBA Degree’. This status is applicable to all the PGDM courses of Sri Balaji Society. Our aim is to stand alone, to be seen and clubbed in the league of IIMs. This enables us to have autonomy to change our course curriculum when required according to the dynamic needs of the industry which will lead to good campus placements. Question – 5. So can we call your PGDM program as Equivalent to MBA Degree? What is the difference between PGDM and MBA Degree from employment point of view and higher studies point of view? Ans– 5. Yes, our courses are legally and statutorily Equivalent to MBA Degree. Our PGDM programs are NOT like other PGDM programs which are not ratified/evaluated by Association of Indian Universities, AIU (Equivalent to MBA). We have been thoroughly evaluated and granted Equivalence by the AIU (Equivalent to MBA). Very few institutes in the country offering PGDM have got this recognition. You may visit the website of AIU (Equivalent to MBA) to see the status of B-Schools which have been granted Equivalence to MBA. The other difference is those who have the accreditation of AIU (Equivalent to MBA) are eligible to apply and pursue higher studies such as PhD. This accreditation is also mandatory for employment in the public sector companies as well as for the government job as MBAs. Question – 6. What is the difference between the four Institutes viz BIMM, BITM, BIIB and BIMHRD? Ans – 6. There is no difference between these four institutes of Sri Balaji Society. All are equal in status legally and status wise. All the four are independent Institutes ,and are existing the vast area of 16.5 acres of land. They have their own Director, Dy. Director, HODs,

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Professors, Associate professors, Assistant professors, staff and full compliment of infrastructure as per statutory norms. All of them have received recognition from AICTE as well as AIU (Equivalent to MBA). All these four institutes are located in one campus spread over a land area of 16.5 acres. Common facilities such as common hostel, common Campus Placements, Common Admission Process, Common Induction Programs, swimming pool, three canteens/mess, walking track, shops are also available. Question – 7. How to know more about your Institutes and Colleges? Ans – 7. You may visit the website of Sri Balaji Society www.sribalajisocierty.org. You can also visit the web sites of the Institutes which are mentioned above. Question – 8. Why should there be four B–Schools in one society? Ans– 8. (a) Why should there be so many IIMs under one Government of India? Because, there is that much demand for welltrained MBAs in the market. Same reasons are applicable to Sri Balaji Society also. But, despite opportunities and invitations from State Governments we are not starting the courses in other states as we want to exist in an industrial environment where excellent faculties are available. We don’t believe in expansion and relay on quality education only. For us, it is to have proper focus on specialization, administration, discipline, co-ordination, control, adequate infrastructure, focused placement efforts, focused specialization based training / guest lectures / workshops / brand building and so on. (b) There is a very special course Telecom Management with 120 seats in BITM. Only Engineers, that too preferably BE with Electronic and Telecommunication, IT Computer Science specializations, are admitted to this course. Obviously, a special focus, special infrastructure and a special training is required for this course. Hence, a separate institute, i.e., BITM has been established more than a decade ago. The course is designed in such a way that the students are capable of joining and racing in the managerial career in the Telecom Industry which is going through exponential growth. The students of this course can also learn specialization such as Marketing, Operations and Systems. Similarly, BIIB has been established with a unique course of International Business. Although a full-fledged Finance batch is also there in this Institute besides a Marketing course. BIMM and BIMHRD are designed on similar lines with their own various specializations including Human Resources Management and the course is known as PM & HRD. (c) Institutes cannot be started with any specializations and any number of vacancies. Fixed courses and vacancies are allotted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). Equivalence of each course to MBA degree is also not granted by The Association of Indian Universities for all the PGDM courses. Many of the PGDM courses floating in the market run by various Institutions are not two year full time PGDM programs though they call themselves as Post Graduate Programs. One should not get confused with those kinds of courses with what we are offering in Sri Balaji Society. You must physically check the approval of AICTE as well as AIU (Equivalent to MBA) which should be displayed in the websites. All our websites carry the letters relevant to us.

Former Union Law Minister Ram Jethmalani in Campus

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Mr. Ganesh Natrajan (Vice Chairman & CEO of Zensar Technologies) with the Go Getters.

Question – 9. So, Marketing, finance, HR, System and such specializations are in all the four Institutes or in few Institutes in Sri Balaji Society. Why can’t this specialization be in one Institute only? Why should they be in three or four different Institutes? Whether the status of all the courses run by all the four Institutes are same? Whether they get the same compensation or salary at the time of placement? Ans– 9. (a) To understand the position correctly one should ask question such as – Why should there be so many IIMs in the country? Why should there be 5000 management institutes in the country? Why should Institutes like S.P. Jain have so many branches in different parts of the country? Why should there be so many Management Institutes in Symbiosis? The reason is simple.... India is a developing country and the business activities are spread over every nook and corner of the country. Obviously, the manpower needs for managerial position is on the race. It is like the IAS cadre. An MBA who joins as Management Trainee can rise up to the level of Managing director. Like an Lieutenant in the army can rise to the level of a General. (b) AICTE allots vacancies to the Institutes according to the capacities of each trust of the Organizations. Capacity means the infrastructure including buildings, faculties, the location, the expertise gained with the society in imparting the management courses, or the return of investment (ROI), the track record of the campus placements and so on. Sri Balaji society has fulfilled all these requirements and hence they have approved four management Institutes. Since it is not possible to accommodate so many students in one institute and as the vacant seats are allotted on Institutes basis by AICTE the courses such as Marketing are offered by all the four Institutes. The status for all the four Institutes are same as already explained. Placement “opportunities” for all the four Institutes are also same. We follow common campus placements for all the four Institutes. Generally 250 companies from different parts of the country visit Sri Balaji Society for campus placement. They see qualified students from all the four institutes. (c) As far as Placement is concerned it should be clearly noted that doing a course alone is not sufficient for placements. Only 5 or 6 companies see selected Institutes of Sri Balaji Society as the specialization is available in that Institute only. For example, if a company wants student from telecom specialization only, they should go to Telecom BITM. If they want HR they will have to visit BIMM and BIMHRD only as the students with those specializations are there. Normally whenever the company notify a vacancy they also notify the qualitative requirements, we notify the same to all the students of all the four Institutes and invite their applications. The applications received from to the companies are forwarded and they do the short listing for further placement process such as Group Discussion and Interviews in the campus. Suppose they select two students from BIMM, two from BIIB, two from BITM and two from BIMHRD, the salary for all the 8 students are same. It means every company is having its own salary structure and those students who get selected in that company get the same salary whether they are from BIMM, BITM, BIIB or BIMHRD. It means the salary structure is not same in all the companies. It is the competence of each student which will fetch a good campus placement. According to a survey only 20% of the MBAs out of the 5 lakhs MBAs produced every year are place able. But in Sri Balaji Society it is very good... Similarly while the background of the individual matters how he or she is determined to achieve the goal and how much time he/she invest to acquire the right knowledge, skill and attitude in the two years of their MBA is more important for their placements.

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Question – 10. What is the ranking of the four B Schools of Sri Balaji Society? Ans – 10. There are so many surveys in the public domain. The magazines, the newspapers, the portal,everyone is doing the ranking. Our Institutes are also ranked differently by different magazines. However, we can quote the nationally acclaimed Times of India (dated 31st Mar 2014)ranking which is as under:Ser No 1 2 3 4

Name of the Institute Balaji Institute of Modern Management (BIMM) Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM) Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB) Balaji Institute of Management & HRD (BIMHRD)

Rank 48 46 50 42

The latest ranking of BIMM by various magazines is as under:S.NO.

NAME OF THE MAGAZINE

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

OUTLOOK (OCT 6, 2014) CSR-GHRDC (NOV, 2014) BUSINESS TODAY (OCT 26, 2014) THE WEEK (NOV 2, 2014) CAREERS360 (NOV 7, 2014) BUSINESS BARONS (FEB, 2014) SURVEY OF NATIONAL NHRD NETWORK (a highly respected professional body of top HR professionals of the country), 2014

ALL INDIA RANKING ALL INDIA RANKING INCLUDING IIMS/ OF PRIVATE B- SCHOOLS GOVERNMENT COLLEGES 34 19 50 14 52 32 47 27 23 15 50 28

MOST IMPORTANT: Ranked as one amongst 4th Business School in India for the return on investment (ROI).

Union Power Minister Mr. Piyush Goyal in Campus

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Dr. P. C. Shejwalkar in Presence of Prof. M. S. Pillai Inaugurating Raththinathammal Auditorium. Question – 11. What is the Pre-entry qualification and selection Process? Ans – 11. The pre-entry qualification for all the PGDM courses offered by all the four institutes are graduation in any discipline from a recognised university with 50 % of marks. The selection process for admission to the Two Year Full Time Management programmes is as under:(a) We follow the Govt. of India regulations on the matter. (b) We accept CAT, MAT, XAT and CMAT scores for entrance exam. © The weightage given for GD is 40%, for Interview 30% (including essay writing) and for Entrance Examination is 30%. The GD includes Role Playing, Extempore, and subject discussions of normal GD. (d) We are perhaps the first charitable trust in India to have reserved 50% of the seats for women empowerment. (e) Selection process is held in 32 centres all over India.

Q – 12. What is the cut-off percentile / percentage of CAT? What are the other entrance exams results which are acceptable for your admission process? Ans – 12. We are affiliated to CAT. However we accept the entrance marks score of MAT/CMAT and XAT also. We don’t believe in cut off points. We look at the candidate 360 degree and follow Sri Balaji Society admission model and to facilitate this we do 2-3 days process in all the selection centres all over India. In some states we have two centres also. This model followed by us, giving a look at each candidate physically, is time consuming but has stood the test of the time now for more than two decades. This has also proved the best selection model that has helped in good campus placements. Each candidate goes through a scanning of at least one and half hour and the President (Sri Balaji Society) himself visits the cities with a team of experts to take the GD. We also address all the applicants for an hour or so and respond to all the queries of the students and parents. Anyone who has appeared for CAT/MAT/CMAT/XAT (result of the recent CMAT/MAT score will be acceptable as more than one test are held) can submit their applications on line. The entrance examinations carry a weightage of 30% only. Once the GD, PI and Essay Writing are over, we will add the CAT/MAT/CMAT/XAT scores and then take out the merit lists. The MAT/CMAT anXAT scores will be rationalized to the weightage of CAT score. Thus all the qualified applicants will have an opportunity to go through the selection process and the addressal of the President, Sri Balaji Society in all the cities. Question -13. How and when can one apply for the courses in Sri Balaji Society? Ans - 13. The admission procedure process is in progress and one can apply through our website.: www.sribalaji.org

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Question -14 When does the selection panel visits the city for admission process? Ans-14. The selection panel will be visiting the following cities and the dates will be notified in due course of time-: The cities are:AHMEDABAD AMRITSAR BANGALORE BELGAUM BHOPAL BHUBANESHWAR CHANDIGARH CHENNAI COIMBATORE DEHRADUN DELHI GANGTOK GOA GUWAHATI GWALIOR  HYDERABAD INDORE JAIPUR JAMMU KOCHI KOLKATA KOTA LUCKNOW MUMBAI NAGPUR PATNA PUNE RAIPUR RANCHI TRIVANDRUM  VARANASI VIJAYAWADA  Question 15 – What if by any chance I miss my admission process on the date/city allotted on my admit card? Ans- 15- Once you have received the admit card ,then you are allowed to appear for the process in any of the cities where the admission process is yet to be conducted. One will not face any problem for the same.The admit card issued for any centre will be equally eligible for all the other centres. Question – 16 What are the courses available in BIMM and the pre entry Qualification to take admission in this course? Ans – 16. The Two Year Full time courses offered by Balaji Institute Of Modern Management(BIMM) are as under:(a) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM). (Has scope to specialise in any one discipline from amongst Sales and Marketing (including Retail and Insurance), Finance, Banking and Financial Services, Systems, Operations & Supply Chain Management is available in this course. At the same time complete coverage of all the subjects meant for a MBA degree is extensively taught. (ii) However, while selecting students to do a particular specialization from one amongst many specializations mentioned above we do keep in mind the educational background of the students. Thus, only those who are B.E (Mechanical), B.E (Production) & B.E (Industrial) are encouraged to specialize in Operations & Supply Chain Management. B.E (Mechanical) students can also specialize in all other disciplines, including Sales and Marketing Management, according to their aptitude and interest as quite a few Automobile Companies such as Ford, Hyundai, Etcher Motors Ltd, TVS Motor Ltd, Maruti Udyog Ltd, Nissan and so on have visited us for campus placements for Marketing. Major specialization which is available for all the students is marketing and most of the companies are recruiting students without any constraint of educational background. Of course each company is following its own selection process. (iii) Those who are interested to do systems specialization will be grouped separately and thoroughly trained in that field. Only Engineers with good track record of academics and very good communication skills will be offered this specialization. The specialization will include SAP, and Cloud Computing and Analytics which are in good demand from the IT industry are also proposed to be included.

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(iv) Those selected for finance specialization are encouraged to simultaneously pursue M.Com from University of Pune as external candidates. (b) Post Graduate Diploma in Management(PGDM – IT & Marketing) (Iscope to learn the entire field of Sales & Marketing Managements (including Retail and Insurance) is available in this course just like the PGDM course mentioned above leading to corporate careers in the Industry. IT will also be the integral part of the course. (ii) Those who are interested to do systems specialization will be grouped separately and thoroughly trained in that field. Only Engineers with good track record of academics and very good communication skills will be offered this specialization. The specialization may include SAP, Cloud Computing and Analytics which are in good demand from the IT industry. However the placement opportunity is not restricted to IT industry only. (c) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – PM & HRD). (i) It is a full-fledged HR specialised program covering all the aspects of Human Resources Management/Human Resources Development, Labour Laws, Organizational Behavior and related management subjects meant for an intensive MBA of high caliber. (ii) The students of this program simultaneously pursue Masters Degree in Labour Law and Labour Welfare(MLL & LW) from Balaji Law College which is affiliated to University of Pune. (d) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – Executive). (i) Those with 2 to 3 years or more of work experience in the industry with proper documents can be admitted to this group and groomed for lateral placements (with higher salary compared to fresh graduates). Scope to specialise in one discipline from amongst Sales and Marketing (including Retail and Insurance), Finance and Financial Services, HR, Systems, Operations & Supply Chain Management including Logistics is also available in this course. Question – 17. What are the courses available in BITM and the pre entry Qualification to take admission in this course? Ans – 17. The Two Year Full time courses offered by Balaji Institute of Telecom & Management (BITM) are as under:(a) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM - Telecom). (i) It is a full-fledged special PG program in telecom management with good scope for placement in the managerial cadre not only in the telecom and telecom related industry (for example Service Providers, OEMs, VAS, Research & Consultancy, Passive and Active Infrastructure, Data Analytics, etc.) but also in all the telecom verticals in IT industry. This program enables students to select specialization of their choice from amongst Telecom Technology, Systems, Operations & Supply Chain Management. This PGDM program which is equivalent to a MBA degree extensively cover all the subjects as applicable. (ii) This course covers diverse aspects of the telecom vertical and its associated ecosystem. Besides the classroom interactions, a two months practical Summer Internship is obligatory in leading Telecom companies. This is further augmented with on-site workshops with BSNL, Indus Towers, Reliance Communications etc. (iii) Engineers from the field of Electronics, Communications, Instrumentation, Electrical, IT and Computer Science can only apply for this course. (b) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – Telecom & Marketing).

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(i) It is a full-fledged PG program covering entire field of Sales & Marketing Managements with an exposure in telecom management leading to corporate careers in the field of Marketing. IT will also be the integral part of the course. 50% of the students can also specialise in exclusive telecom (refer to the description of PGDM – Telecom given above.) The students of this program can aspire for placements not only in telecom companies but also in any company,in any sector in the field of sales & marketing management. (c) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – Marketing & Finance). (i) It is a full-fledged PG program where the students have the choice to opt for specialisation like Sales & Marketing Managements or Finance. Enhanced inputs in finance will be the integral part of the Marketing specialisation. Finance specialisation will have the same depth as in any Institute of Sri Balaji Society. (ii) The students of this batch will therefore be split into Marketing specialization and Finance specialization once the course has commenced and the suitability/ interest of the student for each specialization is ascertained. Question – 18. What are the courses available in BIIB and the pre entry Qualification to take admission in this course? Ans– 18. The Two Year Full time courses offered by Balaji Institute of International Business (BIIB) are as under:(a) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – International Business). (i) This prestigious PG program covers the entire facet of Marketing and International Business. One foreign language will also be taught. (ii) Students of this course can sit for campus placements for both International Business as well as Marketing according to their choice. (b) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – Marketing). (i) This prestigious PG program covers the entire facet of Sales & Marketing Management, Marketing Research, Consumer Behaviour and so on besides all other subjects as applicable to an MBA program with an overview of International Business. Scope to learn the entire field of Sales & Marketing Management leading to corporate careers in the field of Marketing. IT will also be the integral part of the course. (c) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – Finance). (i) It is a full-fledged PG program offering specialisation in Finance Management and covering all the subjects as applicable to an MBA program. (ii) Those selected for finance specialization are encouraged to simultaneously pursue M Com from University of Pune as external candidates. Question – 19.What are the courses available in BIMHRD and the pre entry Qualification to take admission in this course? Ans – 19. The Two Year Full time courses offered by Balaji Institute of Management & HRD (BIMHRD) are as under:(a) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM):-Same as applicable to BIMM PGDM program. Refer to Question16(a). (b) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM–Marketing & Finance) (i) It is a full-fledged PG program where the students have the choice to opt for specialisation in Sales & Marketing Managements or Finance. Enhanced inputs in finance will be integral to the Marketing specialisation. Finance specialisation will have the same depth as in any Institute of Sri Balaji Society. (c) Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM – PM & HRD) Same as applicable to BIMM PM& HRD program. Refer to Question16c

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Question – 20. Whether the courses offered by all the Four Institutes are equal in status? Ans – 20. Yes, by all means at the same time you should also be told that the course contents offered for the courses are different, if the course chosen is different. For example the PGDM (Telecom) and the PGDM (IB) cannot be the same. But the course structure for Marketing, Operations, Systems & Finance is same in all the four Institutes. Similarly the course structure for PGDM (PM & HRD) is one and the same is in BIMHRD as well as BIMM. Question – 21. Can’t the syllabus be same for all the courses? Ans – 21. No. The specialization indicates the functional area in the industry where the students are expected to get placed after the PGDM /MBA. There are common subjects as applicable to all the MBAs & even much more than that. We offer in Sri Balaji Society. The specialization subjects are different for each specialization. To know about these specialization subjects please click here:(www.sribalajisocierty.org). Please also note that the list is not an exhaustive one. We teach lot of additional subjects also as required by the changing business environment. Question – 22. Is there any difference in the status of various courses offered by the four B-Schools of Sri Balaji Society? Ans – 22. (a)

No

(b) The specializations mentioned in the bracket indicates the focus area for sectorial specialization and placements. It should be noted that, any Post Graduate student in Management has to specialize in one of the disciplines in Management such as Marketing Management, Finance Management, Operations Management & Systems Management, PM & HRD, International Business Management, Telecom Management, Retail Management, Banking and Insurance and so on. Because, such managerial skills are required for the functional capability in the industry. There are various types of companies specializing in different sectors of business and we are trying to cater for all the sectors and functional areas with different specialization successfully. All are Two-year Full Time Post-Graduate programs in management. (c) We offer IT training as additional specialization for all the specialization. (d) All the students who are specializing in PGDM – PM & HRD course are encouraged & facilitated to simultaneously pursue Master degree in Labour Laws and Labour welfare from University Of Pune.For this they take admission in our reputed Law College which is approved by The Bar Council Of India & University Of Pune. For a nominal fee , that is Rs.15000 per year whereas as the fee fixed for this by the University of Pune is more than Rs.15000. (e) Similarly the students pursuing Financial Management are encouraged to do M.Com as an external candidate from University of Pune. Only migration & examination fee is required to be paid directly to the University. (f) We have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with SAP Lab to enable our students to acquire ERP Qualification & Global Certification by SAP Corporation Germany.This online learning is available in all our computers (Wi-Fi Campus). Note -1. The courses mentioned as additional facilities are not compulsory. It is purely voluntary and is meant for those ambitious & and want to secure multi-skills treating the time as most precious resource. We encourage the students to do in this in two year itself so that their placement opportunities may multiply. .Even after placements if the student want he/she can navigate to greater opportunity in their choice companies at any point of time in their corporate career. Note-2. Since the students are doing Post Graduate Diploma programs declared Equivalent to MBA degree, the additional Master Degree is possible and the students are already doing the same. Question – 23. How do you differentiate the management Institutes of Sri Balaji Society with other B-schools? Ans – 23. (a) Our grooming process is very different compared to others. For example we follow a no holiday concept. It means no summer vacation, no winter vacation, no preparatory holidays for examination. Time is treated as the most precious resource in Sri Balaji Society- all the four Institutes. (b) Though we have full time faculties as per AICTE norms all the core subjects are taught by veteran of the corporate world. (c) Since the students are from different types of Academic background and are from all over India with different cultural and orientation and food habit, our Induction program is held from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for 70 days. During these 70 days one Corporate leader every day interacts with all the students. During this period we also teach Basic Financial Accounting, Economics, Quantitative techniques, and other important inevitable subjects. This way we try to bring all the students of all the four Institutes to common grid and then we start the PGDM classes. (d) Unlike many other PGDM programs our program is a full-fledged two year approved by not only AICTE but also granted

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Lt Gen A. K. Singh (Retd.); PVSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, ADC Former General Officer Commanding-In-Chief, HQ Southern Command, Pune & Lt. Governor Andaman Nicobar Island Inaugurating Ranganathan Auditorium. equivalence to. MBA degree, for all purposes, by AIU (Equivalent to MBA) (Equivalent to MBA). It means our students can seek employment as lecturers as an MBA and also pursue PhD. Program after the Post-Graduation. (e) We have common admission process for all the four Institutes in 26 cities all over India. Similarly we have common campus placements for all the four Institutes. Companies from all over India visit our campus. (f) We have integrated the subjects meant for Preliminary examination for IAS, IPS, IRS, and IFS etc. Thereby simultaneously preparing our candidates for IAS. However it is up to the students whether they want to appear in those exams or not. (g) In order to familiarize our students with the corporate world our students are sent to the companies for a “Corporate Interface” all over India for ten days for the first time and another ten days for the second time if time permits. During these 20 days they can select their choice stations beside top ranking companies and invite them for Campus placements. The companies to be visited will be given by the corporate relation committee and the student council. (h) We have signed a MOU with SAP India and their licensed ERP training system has been installed in all our computer laboratories. To undergo this training normally people are required to spend Rs 300000 whereas the same will be offered on self learning mode in our computer laboratory or through laptop or our Wi-Fi equipped campus for about Rs 10,000 only. (i) As per Outlook, October 2014 we are ranked as one amongst top 4 B-Schools for “Return on Investment”. It means for comparatively lesser fee paid, the facilities and placements facilitated by us are of top class qualities. We have a beautiful swimming pool and a gymnasium inside the hostel campus for the convenience of students and their health. (j) Hostel facilities for all the Juniors are provided for a nominal fee. There are 3 messes inside the campus. We have an artificial lake with lots and lots of trees. (k) We sponsor many National Conventions in which the students also participate in outstations. (l) We have SBS Debate Forum where students can go and record any grievance which is promptly seen and attended that too by the top brass of the Sri Balaji Society. Q – 24. Discipline, Dedication and Determination is stated as the core values of your Institutes. Will you explain that?

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Ans – 24. By discipline what we mean is leading a civilized life and following the code of conduct by the students. To have regulated life styles which will ensure well programmed grooming. The rules and regulations enable the students to unlearn and learn the relevant knowledge, skill and attitude. A survey carried out by us reveals that, while students go to school with an attendance of at least 80%, their college attendance is just about 30%. Therefore, they find it difficult to attend classes. The body and mind used to such an irresponsible and infrequent college going culture will not help the students to have the right attitude and condition of mind to grow and go through stressful situations in the industry. Therefore, we have to correct and upgrade the life styles of the students. All that what we say is to get up early, to go for a walk, to get into the class in time, to focus on studies, get back to the rooms at least by 9:30 PM and sleep latest by 12:00 in the night. Because, they have to go to the class next day and concentrate there. Maintaining attendance is a compulsory requirement as otherwise they need not to have joined a full time course. We say that, if you are driving a two wheeler, you should wear a helmet. So, these are nothing great. Your parents will say the same. We also say the same. That is called Discipline. By the word ‘Determination’, what we mean is your focus should be to excel in your learning process and you should move towards your goal. You should remember the cost of the course, the pain taken by your parents and work towards your career. Question – 25. If all the four Management Institutes and the courses are of the same status, what is the method of allotting students to each of these institutes? Ans– 25. The application form for admission for BIMM / BITM/ BIIB / BIMHRD are one and the same. Means, a student can apply to all the 13 courses indicating the order of preference for each course / institute. Since, vacancies are specified for each institute / for each course, the vacancies are allotted to each course of each institute according to the merit list. For example, the first choice of a student is for the PGDM (PM & HRD). The vacancies in BIMM is 60 only in case of PGDM (PM & HRD) course. The student has given the PGDM (PM & HRD) course offered by BIMHRD as the second choice. In such a case, if he or she stands in the merit list in first 60 with a merit mark of say 100. He or she is allotted that course. If he or she does not stand in the merit list of that institute, the student moves to the second choice automatically. In case, the student is not in the first or second choice, then he or she automatically goes to next preference. Thus, the student stands a chance to get into any of the 13 courses. Suppose, a student applies for PGDM (Telecom) as the first choice in BITM and Marketing in any other institute, again the same principle applied above will be applied. Suppose, a student apply for PGDM (Finance) offered by BIIB as the first choice, he / she may be allotted the same institute in case he / she stands in the merit. If not, he / she may opt for the finance batch of any other three institutes. Therefore, the student stands a better chance to get selected to any of the prestigious B – School of Sri Balaji Society. It should be noted a lot will depend on ‘the individual’ and his / her preparations during the two year of his / her course here. It is not the Institute which will place them. The Institute will groom the candidate to get fit enough for a good campus placement. It can’t place a student. Companies have their own selection methods / tests and the institute can’t have any control on the selection of ‘this or that’ candidate. We have no control on them. We are not a placement agency. Question – 26. How do you allot specialization at the time of admissions? Ans – 26. The applicant will be considered only for the course for which he/she had applied through the application form. However if an applicant had opted for more than one course or for all the courses the chances are that the candidates will be considered automatically for all the courses opted by the applicants . Since every course is offering a specialization the experts committee evaluating the candidate will give marks based on the individuals performance during the interview. However, as a large number of students are applying for all the courses, final allotment of the course will depend on final merit order. Question – 27. Can you explain how the exercise of options by a student for more than one course or all the courses helps the students? Ans– 27. The application caters for the applicants opting for more than one course. The merit list is drawn through software with inputs of marks obtained by students in the selection process. In case a candidate does not stand in the merit list of, say option-1 then his/her name automatically goes to the option-2. This way the student keep moving to the various options exercised by him/her the student is finally offered the course according to the order of merit. If in case he/she is not appearing in the merit list they are not considered for any course. Question – 28. How to apply to a particular course or more courses? Ans – 28. The application form lists out all the courses of all the four institutes (all of them approved by AICTE and All the courses are granted the status of “Equivalent to MBA by Association of Indian Universities, AIU (Equivalent to MBA). The application is selfexplanatory and the students can accordingly apply. Question – 29. Suppose, I apply for a course or all the courses of BIMM, will I be considered for admission to BITM, BIIB or

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BIMHRD automatically? Ans – 29. No. You will be considered according to the merit list. If you do not opt for any course, you will not be considered. For example, the Marketing specilisation is there in all the four institutes. Why not,therefore, try in all the four institutes? The PGDM (PM & HRD) course is there in BIMM & BIMHRD. The Finance Management, Operations & Supply Chain Management, Marketing Management& System Specialisation are there in the PGDM programme of BIMM & BIMHRD – specilisation is chosen in these programmes after arriving at the Institute. The Telecom(Technology) also has such specilisations. It should be noted that we go through All India selection process. Large number of students apply. The vacancy in each course is limited. The status of all the courses being same, the student can explore the opportunities in all the Institutes of Sri Balaji Society. Question – 30. Is there any limitation for applying to number of courses? Ans – 30. No. You can apply for all the courses and give your order of preference. You can apply for all the courses of all the institutes of Sri Balaji Society also. This way your probability of getting selected to any B – School of Sri Balaji Society, Pune will certainly improve. Question - 31. Is there any preferred education for any specialization? If so, why? Ans – 31. Yes. For example, Engineers are given preference for system specialization. Only those with Engineering background are allowed to specialize in Operation and Supply Chain Management. Similarly, Commerce students are given preference in case of Finance specialization though Engineers are also considered. The other example is those who want to specialize in Telecom Technology Management will have to be B.E. (Electronics and Telecommunications / Telecommunications / Computer Science / Information Technology / Instrumentation / Electrical). We generally discourage science graduates if they want to opt for Finance. We have given sufficient indication about the requisite educational qualifications for each course. That is to ensure that, the subjects learnt in the graduate course remains a strong foundation and relevant to the specialization sought by the students in management, so that progressive learning is possible. The aim is to give suitable specialization according to the educational background, aptitude and attitude of the students, so that, they do not struggle at the time of examinations and campus placements. Q – 32. Which specialization is the best? Ans – 32. Every specialization is good. The career growth offered by all the specializations is same. What is to be clearly understood is that, it is the individual who makes all the difference in career growth ultimately. This happens in all the specializations. History is full of successful people who started their career from unknown institutes but have ultimately reached the Top of the World. Therefore, who reach where and within what time frame depends upon the individual’s abilities, capabilities, discipline, dedication and determination. The principles of equality do not apply in the corporate context. ‘Perform or perish’ is the mantra here. “Survival of the fittest” is the slogan here. Q – 33. Do Engineers enjoy advantages over others in your admission process? Ans – 33. It depends on the individual and his overall personality. The trend analysis of admissions indicates that while 40% of the intake is from the engineering stream, rest are from non – engineering stream. Education does carry certain percentage of weightage during the admission process. How they perform during GD, Interview and essay writing will also contribute to larger extent to their admissions. Question – 34. What is the status of Campus Placement? Where can I get year wise record/list of campus placement?

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Ans-34. We have very good track record of campus placement. All the four institutes take part in the campus placement process although few companies may visit a particular institute for a particular specialization only according to the requirements and company policies.For example a company which requires Telecom professionals need not visit other three institutes. Each institute is having few companies,say 3 or 4 of them which visit a particular institute(s) only. There is a Corporate Relations Department in each institute under a Corporate Relations Director of the Sri Balaji Society and The Director of the Institutes. To see the list of campus placement records please visit the website.   

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Question – 35.Are the companies visiting us from particular area/state? Ans- 35.The companies are visiting from all over India. Question – 36.What is the Compensation Package which one can expect after completion of the course? Ans – 36. That depends on each individual & the company where an individual gets selected. That is the situation even in IIMs and in every good campus. It is once again said that each company is offering different kind of compensation packages and getting selected in the unique selection process of each company will depend upon the attitude, knowledge and skill of each individual. It is like students of the same class getting different grades in the examination. Same class, same faculty, same grooming process and same selection process someone gets selected, someone gets rejected. Absolute and transparent process is what the institute will ensure. Question – 37. How about the compensation packages offered by the companies to different courses at the time of campus placement? Ans – 37. It should be noted that, every company is having different compensation packages. According to our experience If company ‘A’ visits the campus to recruit different kinds of specialization at a time (Marketing, Telecom, International business, Finance, Operations, Systems, HR and so on ) the company offers the same package, if they give offers to the students of common status (Say, fresher’s without work experience). For example, if the company visits us to recruit students specializing in Marketing, Finance, Operations, Systems, PM & HRD, International Business, Telecom, Retail, Banking and Insurance as Management Trainee, all of them generally get the same salary / package, although they may give differential salaries in rare cases. That is why we have different institutes offering different courses. It can be said that nearly 50% of the students get an average salary of five lakhs and overall the average salary is around 4.5 lakh rupees per year. The relevant point here is almost 90% of the students here are fresh graduates. For example, few students got 7.5 lakh rupees just the other day. About 20 students got offers for 6.5 lakhs. These students are due to pass out in May 2015 only. The placement season has just commenced. Question – 38. What about those with work experience? Is there a different compensation package for the ‘Executive Batch’ at the time of placement? Ans -38. Yes, provided they have relevant work experience and stand upto the expectations of the industry. In such case the ‘job profile’ of those with work experience will be on the different and they will be positioned on the higher side and higher salary. Thus relevant work experience in the industry is critical. In case a student is having two to three or more years of work experience, surely he has great opportunity to get lateral placement which will have high compensation package in the relevant industry or so compared to a fresher. Even those with lesser work experience, say 2yrs. and more, may get different packages and positions in the industry. People often read news of the IIMs and ISBs getting thirty, forty and so on as salary. Those are those who join the MBA programs after lot of ‘relevant’ work experience and they get positioned at a senior position whereas a fresh MBA has to start the career as management trainee- like a lieutenant in the army. Q – 39. Do Engineers have advantage over others in the Placement Market? Ans – 39. Yes and No. The skill set required for the jobs of each company is different and accordingly they look at the basic degree. All the highest salaries in the campus so far have gone to both Engineering and Non engineering students. Yet our track record proves that all the streams of students are working in all types of companies. There are companies which seek engineers only. Similarly, there are companies which do not want engineers, but seek non engineers only. The salary differentiation between an engineer and others is generally veryminimum.

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Ans – 40. The word ‘Collaboration’ is misleading. Anybody can go to any country for few days or so. They can do a short capsule of training for two or three days. With little effort, you can also visit any college or company. In fact we offered two months summer projects in U.S. for our students, of course at their cost, which no one picked up. If you are ready to pay money, these so called foreign universities will also give you some space and a faculty who will teach whatever you want, whether relevant or irrelevant. The question is which university is collaborating with whom. Is it a Government of India approved arrangement? If so, those claiming to be collaborating with ‘this and that’ universities should put such relevant documents in their prospectus and websites. There are hundreds of fake universities in the world, who are hunting for this kind of arrangements offering various kinds of MBAs and misleading the people in the name of collaboration. If we charge that kind of fees from the students, we can also send our students to US, UK or to any part of the world and make them to stay there for some time and give the psychological satisfaction to the students. But, we will not do anything which is not formally approved by the law of the land. We are not charging that kind of fee from students. There is a difference between ‘travelling’ abroad and students exchange programme with the approval of AICTE, Association of Indian Universities and approved universities abroad. Question– 41. How about foreign placements? Ans – 41. The data reveal that, foreign companies hardly visit India for campus placements. Very few companies must have visited the IIMs. But, companies like TCS, Wipro, Infosys, and Cognizant and so on are doing business with the companies in different parts of the world and a lot of our students are currently working in those countries representing the Indian companies. Question– 42. The MBA (Executive) programmes are generally of 1 year duration? In some case it is 15 months. Why it is prescribed for 2 years in BIMM. Ans – 42. Our policy is to give extensive training for which we need two years. Because, our experience says that, notwithstanding the industry experience, the experience in question is not actually in the functional areas of management. Therefore, they have to be given adequate training not only in basics but also in advance level of Training in their respective field of specializations. However the course duration will be discussed again with the students once they join us and the right duration will be fixed mutually keeping in view the regulations meant for the courses. We are going to focus more on the PGDM executive as they have the potential of attracting very high salaries. For example most of the placements in IIMs are lateral placements for industry experience students. One major reason for higher salaries in IIMs and ISB is work experience. Q – 43. How about those with work experience but less than 5 years? Ans – 43. The work experience is given due weightage at the time of admission. Depending upon their experience, the companies consider them for different compensation at the time of placement. Therefore, they are encouraged to apply to any of the courses offered by any of our Institutes. Question – 44. What is the internal policy of reservations for male and female candidates in admission? How about other statutory reservations? Ans – 44. We believe in the upliftment of women. Therefore, 50% of the seats are reserved for female candidates provided they are otherwise qualified and stand in the merit. Other reservations are as per the Law of the Land.

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Question – 45. Is hostel accommodation available to all? Ans – 45. Hostel accommodation is available to almost all the female candidates in the first year. It will be allotted on the first come first serve basis. Good number of seats are also available for the boys. However those students who don’t get the hostel, hire the flats in our adjacent localities, and are living there very comfortably now for many years. Mess facilities are also available. Q – 46. Do we get educational loan from the banks? Ans – 46. As all the four institutes are approved by AICTE, all the banks are bound to give educational loans as per the policy of Government of India. However Sri Balaji Society has signed MOU with Andhra Bank, HDFC and Central Bank of India to give educational loans to the students who get admitted to the courses offered by us. Question – 47. Do you offer any SAP course? Ans – 47. As of now, this training is given to those specializing in systems only. Sri Balaji Society has signed an MOU with SAP Lab India Pvt Ltd for a 200 Hours Online training on 6 modules of SAP such as SD,HR, MM, FI, CO and ABAP which can be completed simultaneously during the PGDM course. On successful completion of 200 hours of online training on self-learning mode they will get a course completion certificate signed by SAP India Pvt Ltd and Sri Balaji Society. As part of the above MOU, SAP Labs will set up a ‘SAP Center Of Excellence’ in Sri Balaji Society Campus where Sri Balaji Society students will get an opportunity to work with SAP 6.1 live server. They will also be eligible to go for SAP Global level certification on a discounted price. Please note that this course outside Sri Balaji Society through an authorized SAP Educational Partner will cost around 1,70,000 Rupees for each module. However, we charge only Rs.10,000/-(ten thousand) for this SAP approved course. Question - 48. How do you ensure exposure of Industry Experience? Ans – 48. Sri Balaji Society is known for a lot of corporate relations activities. Corporate interface is a regular feature in our institutes. A lot of our adjunct faculties are from the industry. Our core faculties whether on Full-Time basis or on visiting terms is from the industry. We also organize National HR meets in our beautiful Auditorium. Guest lectures, Workshops, Management Games and so on are regularly held in our campus. Question – 49.What are the strengths and weaknesses? Ans – 49. Excellent infrastructure which is ranked as number-3 in India; excellent faculties, very good hostel, very good environment and very good campus placements. We are a mini – India. Students from all the states of India live here as one family and learn management. A healthy competition is a way of life here. A minimum of 100 stalwarts from the corporate world visit our society for interaction with our students. About 250 companies have visited us last year for campus placements. If the objective of any one joining B–School is a good corporate career, we have been able to achieve that. Notwithstanding the success achieved, our systems and processes are yet to be streamlined and matured. We are focusing on them. Question – 50.Many institutes are having their branches in other cities / states. Do you have such branches in other cities / states or within Pune? Ans – 50. As per the Government of India rules and regulations, even the Deemed Universities can’t start management institutes without approval of University Grants Commission (UGC) in other cities / states. There may be some private universities of the same group in each state who may be running such colleges. It is for YOU to check and see in their websites of the respective institutes whether the course in question has been approved by AICTE or UGC as the case may be. We have therefore not started any institutes other than those mentioned above. As we focus all our attention and energy on our students in Pune.

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