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Placement Brochure Batch- 2008 - 2010

University Institute of Applied Management Sciences Panjab University, Chandigarh (INDIA)

“The future belongs to people who see possibilities before they become obvious” – Theodore Levitt

In Pursuit of

Perfection

The honourable President of India Smt. Pratibha Patil awarding the coveted “Padma Shree” to our distinguised Vice Chancellor Prof. R. C. Sobti.

Vice-Chancellor's Message
I am delighted to know that the University Institute of Applied Management Sciences (UIAMS), the institute of international standards offering sectoral specific management programmes, is bringing out a Placement Brochure for the batch of 2008-2010. The institute has made its niche by providing quality innovative courses in industry oriented, professional learning, competent and competitive mindset to fulfill the aspirations of the students and to blend the work experiences of executives with updated news based curriculum in management. I am proud of what we at UIAMS have achieved within a short span of time and look at the future with optimism and confidence. I wish a very successful career ahead to all the students of MBA and extend a very warm welcome to prospective recruiters to include the institute in the list of prominent institutions to be visited for campus placement. I am confident that the relationship between industry and academia would prosper and strengthen by interaction and a visit to the beautiful campus of the Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Prof. R.C. Sobti Vice Chancellor

Director’s Message
It gives me immense pleasure to see that the first batch of University Institute of Applied Management Sciences (UIAMS), Panjab University is ready to serve the corporate world. At UIAMS, we nurture our students to face the challenges of managing business activities in an ever changing environment. The know-how thus developed enables young managers to excel in businesses in the emerging technology and knowledge oriented sectors. We are engaged in a process of providing efficient managers to the world of business who have the competence to steer business enterprises in proficient manner. Keeping in mind the need of the industry, we have designed a comprehensive course curriculum for our students. This has given them a better understanding of corporate expectations and we are confident that it will empower them to deliver. One of the strong points of the learning experience at UIAMS is the focused study and industry interaction. This focus area has allowed us to create a talented resource pool of unswerving and industry ready youth who will be able to work to realize corporate visions. We look forward to years of surpassing the high standards that we have set for ourselves and aspire to reach even higher. If you are looking for well rounded managers, we welcome you to visit UIAMS to pick up finely-crafted quality human resource for specific sectors, which will impeccably execute your value creation strategies around the globe.

Prof. A.K. Saihjpal Director

Genesis of UIAMS

Panjab University has been imparting quality education since its inception in 1882 at Lahore, which was relocated to Chandigarh in 1956. The more than 127-year old institution has been a constant source of inspiration for the student fraternity. Pt. Nehru praised Panjab University as the 'University Beautiful' in the 'City Beautiful'. The university draws its faculty and students from all over the world, by virtue of its age, experience, achievements and vision. The Panjab University is a dynamic institution and has, from time to time, added new courses to meet the industry demands. Panjab University conceptualized Faculty of Business Management & Commerce under which the Department of Commerce and Business Management was established in 1958 to provide commerce education to graduate and post graduate classes. It was a pioneering attempt by the university to start MBA in 1968 and to impart quality management education and develop dedicated, innovative and effective managers. The department was rechristened as University Business School (UBS) in 1995. The institute has been churning out well-trained management professionals for decades now. In pursuit of further excellence in the domain of management, Faculty of Business Management & Commerce, Panjab University, in its golden jubilee year 2008-09, launched another star Institute University Institute of Applied Management Sciences with its acronym UIAMS. The Institute draws on the academic strength and resources of Punjab University. UIAMS offers management programmes in sectoral areas and streams so as to fulfill the growing needs of the industry, and requirement of managerial discipline in the following sunrise and booming sectors of corporate world; 4 MBA (Retail) 4 MBA (Banking and Insurance) 4 MBA (Telecommunications and IT) 4 MBA (Infrastructure) 4 MBA (Pharmaceutical) 4 MBA (Hospital)

Vision
To create and develop a nodal centre of excellence in the “niche domains”

Mission
To offer management programmes in sectoral areas and streams so as to fulfil industry needs and requirements for specialized managerial skills.

Foundation stone of U.I.A.M.S. building in South Campus laid by Sh. Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Honourable Chief Minister of Haryana

The new building under construction in South Campus

The above sectoral MBA programmes are supplemented with specialization in a core functional area of management via Marketing, Finance, Human Resources and Operations & Systems in the final two trimesters. The rigorous course structure thus fine- tunes managerial specialization with competencies of domain- specific knowledge.

The proposed five storey building coming up on four acres of land with lush green environment in the south campus, Panjab University. The flings of the proposed building carry 16 teaching classrooms, management development programme room, director's room, a student centre, auditorium of 200 capacity, library with RFID, advanced computer labs and parking for 200 cars & scooters.

Physical Facilities

UIAMS is located in Chandigarh which is the “Gateway to the North” and is on its way to build an Information Technology park, on the lines of other Techno- Savvy cities in India. Educational activities are the hallmark of Chandigarh, its focal point the Panjab University. The infrastructure of UIAMS offers the right opportunities for self- learning, knowledge building and exploring ones potential. PU Library The A. C. Joshi Library at P.U. is recognised as one of the best libraries in India. The library houses a collection of 6, 50,000 books, 600 periodicals and 535 journals. It subscribes to 45 magazines and 23 newspapers and has a membership of over 10,000. The library reading room is available to the students 24X7. In addition to this the library has over 10,000 Management books and subscription to over a 100 reputed journals and periodicals, enabling students to supplement their textual knowledge with facts and references from around the world. UIAMS Library Keeping in mind the growing needs of students, the institute has established an elibrary in the campus. The e-library allows students to access to online journals, databases and various research articles of EBSCO database. The institute has the Business Source Complete database from EBSCO considered to be the best research tool for academic business research. The database has 17,651 full text company profiles, 1, 552 full text country economic reports, 17,761 full text industry reports, 2, 101 full text market research reports, 1, 385 full text working papers and a whole lot of other relevant research material. The department is also deploying RFID (radio frequency identification) technology in its library which will improve the overall library management. I.T. Infrastructure UIAMS is equipped with a state of the art computer lab, with all the terminals connected to broadband internet. Moreover the institute is Wi-Fi enabled. The institute has one of its own kinds of virtual library called the Cyberary. In addition to this the department has an auditorium and seminar halls to facilitate guest lecturers with full audio-visual aids and computers. Class Rooms The institute boasts of latest technology equipped class rooms with laptops and all relevant audio visual aids. The class rooms have ergonomically developed furniture, LCD & Overhead projectors, Sound system etc. Hostel The Panjab University offers seven hostels for about 2000 men students and five women’s hostels accommodating about 1500 students. The residential facilities for all students are Wi-Fi enabled. Sports Panjab University has a magnificent air-conditioned gymnasium hall for in-door games with international standard facilities and equipment for badminton, tabletennis, weight lifting, judo and wrestling. A separate fitness centre for women and a well equipped physiotherapy laboratory has also been established in the gymnasium hall. A swimming pool of international dimensions is also available in the university campus which is used for all the swimming competitions held in this

A.C. Joshi Library

WI-FI Enabled Premises

Hostel

Sports

The Faculty Profile The Faculty Profile
The institute takes pride in its exceptional faculty who are authorities in industry, research & academics. The core faculty of the institute is highly qualified and is widely experienced in terms of both industry and teaching. This perfect blend of industry and academics is what gives UIAMS an edge. Besides the core faculty, UIAMS derives its faculty from the very rich reservoir of the various departments of the Panjab university which includes University Business School (UBS) and various others associate departments.

Core Faculty

Prof. A.K. Saihjpal Director M.Com, Advance Diploma in TAX. Ph.D. Specialization: Accounting & Finance, Strategic Management, Supply Chain Management

Dr. Sanjeev K. Sharma Reader, Coordinator- Academic Msc (Hons), MBA, LLB, Ph.D. FDPMC (IIM-A) Specialization: Strategic Management, Marketing, International Business

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Sharma Reader, Coordinator- Examination M.A.(Hons Sch) in Economics Specialization: Quantitative Eco; Eco of growth Development, Poverty & Inequality

Dr. Anupreet Kaur Mavi Lecturer M.A.(Eco.), Ph.D. Specialization: Labour Economics, Industrial Environment

Dr. Nishi Sharma Lecturer M.A( Economics), M.Com (Gold Medalist), MBA(Finance) M.Ed (Gold Medalist), Ph.D. Specialization: Banking & Finance

Dr. Jagandeep Singh Lecturer MBA, Ph.D. Specialization: Marketing & Finance

Mrs. Nidhi Gautam Lecturer B.Tech (CSE), M.Tech (CSE) Specialization: Computer Networks Telecommunications

Visiting Faculty

Dr. Sanjay.K. Sood C-DAC, Mohali Prof. A.K. Vashisht University Business School, Panjab University Prof. Deepti Gupta Department of English, Panjab University Dr. Geeta Bansal University School of Open Learning Mr. Guldeep Singh Computer Department, Panjab University Ms. Harneet Kaur Gandhi Surya Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Er. K. Anil Kumar Consultant, Power and Energy Dr. Karamjit Singh University Business School, Panjab University Prof. L.K. Bansal University School of Open Learning, Panjab University Dr. Laxmi University Business School, Panjab University Dr. Mahesh PGIMER Dr. (Mrs.) Meena Sharma University Business School, Panjab University Prof. Meenakshi Malhotra University Business School, Panjab University Dr. Meenu Paul Department of Law, Panjab University Dr. Monika Bedi University Business School, Panjab University Prof. (Retd.) P.K. Gupta Punjab Engineering College (Deemed University) Chandigarh Dr. Paramjeet Kaur University Business School, Panjab University Dr. Preet Mohinder Punjab State Co-Operative Agriculture Development Bank Ltd. Dr. Puneet Kapoor Dental Sciences & Hospital, Panjab University Chandigarh Dr. (Ms.) Purva Kansal University Business School, Panjab University Prof. Pushpinder Syal Department of English, Panjab University Prof. R.K. Chabbra Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology Panjab University

Prof. R.K. Gupta University School of Open Learning Panjab University Prof. Ranbir Kaur Department of Laws, Panjab University Dr. R.K. Mahajan University School of Open Learning Panjab University Prof. R.K. Singla Department of Computer Science & Application, Panjab University Dr. Rachna Ind. Swift Ltd. Mrs. Richa Singh ICICI Prudential Dr. Rajiv University Business School, Panjab University Dr. S.B. Prashar University School of Open Learning Panjab University Prof. S.K. Chadha University Business School, Panjab University Mr. S. K. Jain M.D., EMBEE, Panchkula Mr. S.K. Sharma Ex-Chief Manager (Mat.), Mahindra & Mahindra Dr. Sanjay Kaushik University Business School, Panjab University Prof. (Retd.) Satish Kapoor Ex- Chairman, University Business School, Panjab University Prof. Shashi Sharma Ex - Chairman, Department of Law, Panjab University Dr. Shishu University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University Mrs. Sneha Bhardwaj President “Yajnaa” - NGO Prof. Tankeshwar Kumar Director, Computer Centre, Panjab University Prof. V.K. Mahajan Department of Evening Studies Panjab University Prof. V.K. Rattan Chairman, Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology, Panjab University Prof. V.R. Sinha University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University

Advisory Board

Prof. S. C. Vaidya Chairman, Advisory Board Dean University Instruction & Professor of Finance & Accounting, U.B.S., Panjab University Prof. B. S. Sohi Programme Coordinator-MBA (Telecom & IT) Director, Univ. Insitt. of Engg. & Technology, Panjab University Prof. K. Gauba Programme Coordinator-MBA (Hospital Management) Director, Dental Sciences & Hospital, Panjab University Prof. V. K. Rattan Programme Coordinator-MBA ( Infrastructural Mgt) Chairman, Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology & Hony. Director, Energy Research Centre, Panjab University Prof Dinesh. K. Gupta Chairman, University Business School, Panjab University Prof. L.K. Bansal Programme Coordinator-MBA (Banking & Insurance Mgt.) Hony. Director, Centre for Industry-Instiute Partnership Programme (CIIPP) & Professor of Financial Management, Deptt. of Correspondence Studies, Panjab University Prof. V. R. Sinha Programme Coordinator-MBA (Pharmaceutical Mgt) Professor, University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University Prof. Anupam Bawa Programme Coordinator-MBA (Retail Management) Professor of Marketing, University Business School, Panjab University Prof. A. K. Saihjpal Director University Institute of Applied Management Sciences Former Dean, Faculty of Business Management and Commerce, Panjab University Dr. Sanjeev Sharma Academic Coordinator University Institute of Applied Management Sciences Reader, University Business School, Panjab University Mr Pradeep Sharma Reader Coordinator-Examinations University Institute of Applied Management Sciences, Panjab University

Suppor ting Depar tments

University Business School 4 Year of establishment: 1958 4 Supply Chain Management, Corporate Social Responsibility Thrust areas: 4 Human Resources Accounting, Investment Decision-making 4 Courses Offered: MBA (Gen.), MBA (IB), MBA (HR), MBA (Executive), M.Com (E. Commerce) MBA (Biotechnology), Ph.D. 4 A leading Business School of India, Covered by U.G.C. Under ASIHSS Programme, Five Distinctions: major projects from the UGC-AICTE, UBS has its own Research Journal Department of Chemical & Engineering Technology 4 in collaboration with the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA. Set up in 1958 4 Excellent laboratory and infrastructure facilities. 4 Alumni at prestigious positions in industry, academia - in India and around the world. 4 Extensive contribution to R&D, industrial consultancy and public policy, Interaction with Government & Statutory Organization University Institute of Engineering and Technology 4 BE in Biotechnology, Computer Science, Electrical & Electronics, Electronics Communication, Information Technology and Mechanical Engineering. 4 ME in Electronics & Communication, Information Technology. 4labs in Digital Processing, Embedded System Design, Mobile & Optical Communication, Established PCB Designate. 4 by TCS, MOU with IBM Global Services, IMTECH, Chandigarh, Collaboration with Accreditation Infosys Technologies under their Campus Connect Initiative, Chair established by Bharti Group. 100% placements in CSE, ECE and IT branches. Energy Research Centre 4 Year of establishment: 1983 4 energy storage, solar detoxification, biomethanation of agriculture/industrial/forest wastes. Solar thermal 4 Bio-mass combustion and gasification 4 Indoor air-quality 4Environmental Conservation & Management Energy and 4 Hydrodynamics of Polymeric solutions 4 Fuel Cells

Suppor ting Depar tments

University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences 4 for Advanced Studies UGC Centre 4at Labore (1944), shifted to Amritsar (1948), settled on the present campus of Established Panjab University (1959), Chandigarh. 4Transferred and Commercialization of New Medicines Technology 4 international Collaborations Industry and 4 International Research Projects (Research Grants) National and 4 Discovered: Candocuronium lodide, released by the then Prime Minister of India,1996 New Molecule 4Honours: Ranbaxy Research Foundation Award, Amrit Mody Res. Foundation Award, Awards and Prof. G.P. Srivastava National Award, Eminent Pharmacist Award, Cipla Distinguished Fellowship, Commonwealth Fellowship (UK), AICTE Career Award, DAAD fellowship, Raffelson Young Investigator Award. Dr. H.S. Judge Institute of Dental Sciences & Hospital 4art Institute for teaching & training in Dental education, Inaugurated in December 2006 by State of the Hon. Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, Vice-President of India, Chancellor, P.U. 4 courses in progress, Postgraduate due to start Undergraduate 4 laboratories for medical and dental subjects. Dental Chair Units clinics, X-ray unit, Well equipped OPG/Ceph Machine 4 Dental council of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Approved by 4 Caters to dental health requirements of lower strata of Society, Schools Dental health awareness Program.

Industry-Institute Interaction

Pradanya-2008, Jaipur Pradanya-2008 a conference on “Governance In Healthcare-Emerging Challenges” was held on 29th and 30th Nov, 2008 at Institute Of Health Management Research, Jaipur. IHMR, JAIPUR. The students of Pharmaceutical management and hospital management attended Pradanya. The topics discussed in the conference immensely extended the knowledge of the students and in future will contribute towards making recommendations for achieving best patient care program in hospitals. Along with educational trip, the students also explored the beautiful pink city and learned about the traditional culture of Rajasthan. Therefore, in whole it was a package of fun with education. Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) Agro tech 2008, India's premier biennial agro technology & business fair which was held in Chandigarh at Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) from 28th November to 1 December 2008. Coinciding with the fair, CII organized a series of International Conferences on various issues of concern to the agriculture sector involving leading luminaries as speakers, from India and abroad. The Conferences served as a one stop shop for the entire agricultural and allied communities such as processed food and supply chain etc. This comprehensive event included three concurrent conferences.

4 Impact of Organised Retail on Food Value Chain. 4 Diversification of Agriculture Vs Food Security. 4 in Food Processing Sector. New Drivers
The Agro tech 2008 included the participation of Farmers, Companies, R & D Institutes, Universities, State governments, Country International Companies. With participation of both international and domestic players Agro tech 2008 gave a deep insight to the students from Retail Management, who learnt about the actual business practices. The exposition provided a package of necessary information on trends, technology, services, besides the opportunity of interaction with experts. It was a great experience & exposure for the promising managers. Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh UIAMS motivates its students to participate not only in curricular but also in the extracurricular activities. The second national conference on recent trends in hospital administration “HART-2008” was held at PGIMER, Chandigarh. Hospital management students attended the conference and gave poster presentation on the current hospital related issues. International Conference on Banking Consolidation International Conference on Banking Consolidation was conducted from the 19-20th of December, 2008 at IBS Mumbai where distinguished speakers and panelist from RBI, HSBC, SBI, CRISIL, IIBF and other public and private sector banks, and financial institutions gave their presentation. Students of MBA (Banking & Insurance), UIAMS attended plenary and paper presentation sessions on: Contemporary Issues on Banking Consolidation, Impact of Technology on Banking Consolidation, Valuation approaches and Financial Modelling for M&As, Basel II Framework and M&As, Cross-border M&As and its Efficiency Studies, Legal and Regulatory Aspects and Human Resource Management. Payal Dey, an MBA (Banking & Insurance) student of UIAMS won the Best Paper Presentation Award on the paper titled Banking Consolidation (India): Retrospect and Prospects.

Industry-Institute Interaction

International Conference of University Institute of Chemical Engineering (CHEMCON 2008) The pharmaceutical management students attended the CHEMCON 2008, the 61st annual session of IIChE (Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers) which was held in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Punjab University from 27th to 30th December 2008. The theme of the conference was ‘Green Technology & Sustainable Development’. The conference featured a host of events, which included memorial lectures, plenary lectures, seminars, symposia, panel discussion, exhibitions, etc. The second day of the CHEMCON-2008 fest was commemorated as the 75th birth anniversary of Dhirubhai Ambani. A joint US-India conference on energy was organized on 28th and 29th December. Conference on Telemedicine, at Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) A conference on Telemedicine & its scope was organized by Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Mohali in collaboration with Prof. Chetan S. Sankar. The speaker was Mr. Thomas Walter, professor from Auburn University, USA. The conference covered the need & scope of telemedicine in India. The delegates were made aware of the difficulties faced with the implementation of the concept of telemedicine in rural india & steps being initiated by C-dAC, & the govt. The Cdac director also gave a detailed report on the recent projects being undertaken at C-Dac. Indian Institute of Materials Management (IIMM) Indian Institute of Materials Management (IIMM) is the National Apex body representing a wide spectrum of professionals engaged in various facets of Material Management, responsible for planning, sourcing, Logistics & Supply Chain Management conducted a workshop on global economic meltdown. The main agenda was understanding the reason of meltdown and its impact on developing economies like India. Economist say that we are about to hit the bottom and the world economy is expected to contract for the next 1-2 years but as dignitaries delivered they focused on the new opportunities to be found out like to keep ear to the ground and keeping in touch with supply base. Corporate Exposure : Five Days Maha Bachat (5-DMB), Big Bazaar Big Bazaar is a chain of hypermarkets in India, with more than 100 stores in operation. Big Bazaar, an initiative of the Future Group, organizes certain events wherein the retail outlet offers mind boggling discounts. Such events are normally held on festivals. One such event held from 12th to 16th Aug 2009 was the 5 Days Maha Bachat (5DMB) at Big Bazaar. UIAMS students and Big Bazaar joined hands to make this gala event a huge success. The students of UIAMS got an opportunity to work at the grass-root level and be involved in the decisions making process on a daily basis to ensure the smooth running of the store. The students got a chance to learn from the staff and the customers not only by observation but also by personal interaction. It was an enriching experience that gave the students the platform to learn merchandise management, crowd management, warehousing management and productivity management.

Ac hievements & Accolades

It is a matter of pride for UIAMS that Amit Bhatia, a student of MBA II (Banking &Insurance), became the President of Panjab University Campus Students Council for 2009-10. This was the first time that a management student was elected to the highest post in the Student Council. Amit's inherent leadership skills came to light when he won the coveted post in Panjab University. Jagdeep Singh of MBA (Retail) 2008-10 won Gold Medal in Panjab University Inter-college rowing championship in November 2008. Mala Gaba of MBA (Banking & Insurance) 2008-10 won Bronze Medal in Inter-college rowing championship in October 2008. Payal Dey of MBA (Banking & Insurance) 2008-10 won the Best Paper Presentation Award on the paper titled Banking Consolidation (India): Retrospect and Prospects in the International Conference on Banking Consolidation, organised by IBS Mumbai in December 2008. Swati Sawhney of MBA (Banking & Insurance) 2008-10 sold 8 policies worth Rs. 2.8 lakhs during her summer internship with Bharti AXA Life Insurance and earned a commission of Rs. 86,000.

Summer Inter nship Organisations

? Adani Energy Ltd. ? Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. ? Albert David Ltd. ? Alchemist Hospital ? Amul India ? Infra Ltd. ATS ? Bharti Airtel Limited ? Bharti Axa Life Insurance ? Bharti Infratel Limited ? Bharti Wal-Mart Pvt. Ltd. ? Bazaar Big ? BSNL ? Canara Bank ? Competent Finman Pvt.Ltd. ? Connect ? Continental Constructions Projects Ltd. ? Corporation Bank ? DLF ? Home Developers DLF ? Reddys Labs. Dr. ? Emaar MGF ? Fortis Escorts Hospital ? Fortis Hospital ? Genesis Luxury ? Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh ? Glaxo Smith Kline ? HCL ? HDFC Bank ? HDFC Ltd. ? HDFC Standard Life Insurance ? Hindalco Industries Ltd. ? HSBC Bank ? ICICI Bank ? ICICI Direct

? Cellular Idea ? Ltd. IFCI ? Indraprastha Apollo Hospital ? Indswift Limit ? IndusInd Bank ? Jaipur Golden Hospital ? India Ltd. JCBL ? Kotak Mahindra Bank ? Mumbai Dabawala ? Novartis India Ltd. ? NTPC Ltd. ? Omaxe Infrastructure and Construction (P) Ltd. ? Panjab State Cooperative Bank ? Pantaloons Retail India Ltd. ? Pepsico Ltd. ? Power Grid Corporation of India ? Punjab National Bank (PNB) ? Punjab Tractors Limited ? Ranbaxy ? Raymonds ? Reliance Communications ? Reliance Retail Ltd. ? State Bank of India ? Mutual Fund SBI ? Seasia Consulting Mohali ? Shapoorji Pallonji Corporation Ltd. ? Spencer's Retail Ltd. ? Apollo Hospital SPS ? Spykar ? Sugarfed ? Sunny Enclave Devlopers Pvt. Ltd. ? Surya Pharmaceuticals Ltd. ? Communications Tata ? Thomson Reuters ? Woodland

Committees & Clubs

Debate Club The club helps organise debates at meets and seminars. Such debates act as platform for students to develop and master the ability to express their opinions. The club also organises Biz quizzes like Cerebrum. Sports Committee The sports committee helps organise inter-institute meets and activities to develop the overall personality of the young managers. Cultural Committee The cultural committee is responsible for bringing out latent talents of every individual at UIAMS. The committee organises various events and programmes. Praznik'09, a business and cultural extravaganza was organised as the 1st Management fest in the history of Panjab University. The motive behind holding the fest was to provide a congenial environment and encourage healthy competition amongst the best talent from different B-schools. The corporate leaders shared their views and experiences which added a lot of value. Placement Cell The placement cell stands out as the most important element of the Department providing the most sought after opportunities for the UIAMS students. The placement committee comprises of faculty and students with Head of the Department as the Chairman and one faculty member as the Placement Officer. The objectives of the placement cell include helping students to plan their future career, maintaining liaison with prospective employers, preparing students for interviews, and getting placements. Campus Connect This club helps the prospective students with application, know the institute and the courses better. The purpose is to make it easier for prospective students to understand what UIAMS is all about and to make their application process simple and straight forward. Campus Connect is a highly cohesive unit with a rich blend of students from varied domains of science, technology and commerce. Student counsellors, guide the students to make the right choice for their education and career options. Sectoral Clubs Each sector has its own club. Personality development activities, Group Discussions, Case studies and Management Games are conducted under the guidance of these clubs. Apart from these, industrial visits and Interactive Sessions feature regularly in the Club's Agenda. It helps them build confidence and positive thinking which is then translated into attitude, ambition and action. This club has organized visits to Agro-Tech 2008 at CII (Chandigarh), a seminar on Global Meltdown at IIMM, Malls in and around Chandigarh, case studies of several companies like wrangler, Revlon etc. Executive Cell, Academic Cell and Case Unit These clubs regularly monitor the course curriculum in order to ensure that it is at par with the ever changing, dynamic global business environment of today. They ensure that the course material and case studies are easily available to the students and they also organise guest lectures.

PRAZNIK 2009

PRAZNIK'09 “the annual management cultural festival” The word PRAZNIK means-'Festival of fun and frolic 'in Russian. In less than 6 months from the day of inception of the institute, the students of UIAMS were able to stage one of its kind & a very gala departmental festival. Books & classroom studies can teach one only theory & concepts but, a pragmatic exposure to the real world tests the actual organizing & management acumen of any aspiring manager as well as the mettle of nerves. PRAZNIK was a multidimensional enterprising as well as a challenging experience for everyone. In the times of global recession, getting sponsorship for the fest was an uphill task but, the students did a wonderful job by arranging all the funds through their coordinated and committed efforts. Door to door marketing, corporate presentations, negotiations across the table; they did everything and that too with grace and glory. The three day event had one complete day dedicated to business seminars, where different leaders from diverse backgrounds shared their professional experience with our students, to name a few Dr. Pawan Aggarwal, CEO, Munmabi Tiffinwala (a six sigma retail), Dr. Ashish Banerjee, Director Fortis Hospital, Dr. Anil Gupta, Director, PGI Health, M r Vivek Attari (IT), Mr. Anil Kumar, Director, EESSI infrastructure. To add further, we also had hard core business event like virtual stock market, brand auction, biz quiz & many more to test as well as to hone the business acumen of the budding managers. There were number of cultural events along with a lot of games packed with fun n frolic. The stall area had number of brands like ICICI, HDFC, Royal Enfield, Bank of Baroda, Amartex etc. displaying their products and services. Fashion Show saw a packed crowd and was acknowledged by all present in the event. The star night with star Punjabi performer AMRINDER GILL performing LIVE saw a huge turnout and there was hardly an inch of space for anybody to come in. To conclude PRAZNIK had everything on the Platter for the budding business managers and would always be cherished as a fond memory as well as a real world achievement for the students and the dept. of UIAMS

Glimpses of the event

Amrinder Gill Performs

Business Seminars

Various eminent speakers from the corporate world shared their views and enlightened the students on ‘Transforming India @ Sectoral Velocity’ during the Business Seminars organized as a part of Praznik 09. The seminar was an enriching and learning experience for the students of UIAMS. Dr. Pawan Aggarwal, CEO of The Nutan Mumbai Tiffin Box Supplier Trust talked at length about the success of the Mumbai dabbawala’s as one of most reliable quality service providers. He inspired the students as to how dedication, commitment, teamwork and right attitude can help an organisation reach dizzy heights. The students got insights into various aspects of strategic management and supply chain management that had led Nutan Mumbai Tiffin Box Supplier Trust to become a Six Sigma company. Technical session on Retail, Banking and Insurance sectors;
Mr. Pawan Aggarwal CEO, Nutan Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Charitable Trust Mr. Sadakkdulla Regional Director, RBI Dr. R.K. Attri Chief Regional Director, New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Mr. A.P.N.Pankaj Retd. Gen Manager , SBI, Vice Principal, Staff College SBI, Hyderabad.

Mr. Pawan Aggarwal

Dr. Ashish Banerji

Mr. Vivek Attri

Mr. A.P.N.Pankaj

Mr. Navdeep Asija

Mr. Sadakkdulla

Mr A.P Gupta

Dr. R.K. Attri

Technical session on Infrastructure, Telecommunications IT, Pharmaceutical & Hospital management
Mr. Vivek Attri Ex. Director IT, Technical Education, Science & Technology & Tourism Mr. Navdeep Asija Punjab Bridge and Roadways Development, Senior Advisor Mr Anil Kumar Gupta Medical Superintendent cum Head of Dept. of Hospital Administration Dr. Ashish Banerji Director, Fortis , Mohali Mr. P. Sharanpal Singh Ex Senior General Manager, DLF Towers Mr. Munish Taneja Circle Head, North Region, Ericsson Mr A.P Gupta Vice President Cachet Pharmaceuticals

MBA Programme

The MBA programme offered at UIAMS is much more than a collection of classes that add up to a degree. It is a complete learning experience and an in-depth immersion in management theory and practice. During the Programme, we help in developing a broad base of knowledge that equips our students to make complex, analytical decisions. Students at UIAMS challenge themselves to learn from the faculty, industrialists as well as colleagues and discover new personal strengths. The MBA programme has been designed according to the industrial and sector specific needs. Today what we require is to have managers who know everything about something and not the other way around. This is what we believe at UIAMS and this is what we offer. Through extensive industry research and feedback, we have developed six different sectors which need specialists and we strive to deliver them to the industry. During the first year, students go through extensive course work in areas such as finance, accounting, marketing and economics to develop a solid foundation of critical business concepts and skills. Complemented by real-world case studies, team projects and exposure to regional business leaders, year one is an exhilarating combination of theory and practice. Customization and flexibility are the hallmarks of the second year. The dedicated faculty ensures that the would-be managers go through an innovative and challenging course, specifically designed to bring out the best in them. At UIAMS, the aim is not only to school managers, but also to develop leaders who can inspire others and can lead by example.

Science 23%

Computers 2%

Arts 8%

Medical 7%

Commerce 15% Pharmacy 17%

Engineering 28%

> 2 Year 7% 1-2 Year 15%

< 1 Year 15%

Freshers 63%

Course Str ucture

The institute imparts education through six trimesters spread over a period of two years. At the end of the first year, the students, undergo an eight week summer training. In addition to it they carry out a research project at the end of the second year. The students opt for a functional specilization in the 5th trimester. In all, the students study nine sectoral subjects, over the span of the six trimesters.

Trimester I
Principles and Practices of Management. Quantitative techniques for managerial decision making Managerial Economics. Human Resource management. Accounting for management. Seminar on executive communication. Workshop on Information technology for management.

Credits 4 4 4 4 4 2 2

Trimester IV
Project Planning & Appraisal Industrial and Labour Laws Marketing Research and Consumer Behaviour Seminar on Mergers, Acquisitions & Restructuring Seminar on Corporate Governance Sectoral Subject -4 Sectoral Subject -5

Credits 4 4 4 2 2 4 4

Trimester II
Quantitative Methods and Operations Research Economic Environment for Business Production & Operations Management Financial Management Seminar on Negotiation Skills Workshop on Management Information Systems Sectoral Subject-1 4 4 4 4 2 2 4

Trimester V
Specilization subject -1 Specilization subject -2 Specilization subject -3 Specilization subject -4 Sectoral Subject -6 Sectoral Subject -7 4 4 4 4 4 4

Trimester III
Legal Aspects of Business Marketing Management Organizational Behaviour Seminar on Business Research Methodology Seminar on Business Ethics Sectoral Subject -2 Sectoral Subject -3 Summer Training Comprehensive Viva Voce 4 4 4 2 2 4 4

Trimester VI
Strategic Management International Business Management Specilization subject -5 Specilization subject -6 Sectoral Subject -8 Sectoral Subject -9 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4

Research Project Report Comprehensive Viva Voce

4 4

** Course structure is subject to revision

Sectoral Subjects

Retail Management
Introduction to Retail Management Advertising & Sales Management Product & Brand Management Supply Chain management-1 Supply Chain Management-2 Customer Relationship Management Visual Merchandizing Franchising Technologies in Retail Management 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Infrastructure Management
Introduction to Infrastructure Infrastructure Sector Part-I Success & Failure Urban & Rural Infrastructure Infrastructure Sector part-ii Success & Failure Public & Private Sector Partnership in Infrastructure Sector Environmental Impact Assessment & Strategic Environment Assessment on Infrastructure Projects Risk Analysis and Management in Infrastructure Projects Infrastructure Contracts & Managing Negotiations Regulatory Issues in Infrastructure Management 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Banking & Insurance
Principals of Banking & Insurance Rural Banking & Microfinance Life Insurance Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management General Insurance Financial Derivatives Insurance Law and Miscellaneous International Banking and Trade Management of Banking Operations 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Pharmaceutical Management
Industrial Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Technology Quality Assurance Production Management & Inventory Medical Pharmacology Pharmaceutical Marketing Patents & DRA Brand Management Contract Research & Marketing Advertising & Sales Promotion 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Telecommunication & IT
Introduction to IT & Telecommunications Data Communications & Computer Networks Network Security Wireless Technology & Convergence IT Policies & Strategy Project and Change Management Data Management & Data Warehousing Enterprise Model Pervasive & Ubiquitous System 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Telecommunication & IT
Hospital Planning & Organization Hospital Management of Clinical Services Hospital Management of Support/ Utility Services Health Administration Hospital & Health Management Information System Medico-Legal Disaster Management Bio Stats & Epidemiology Health Insurance 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

** Course structure is subject to revision

Functional Specilization Subjects

Marketing
Marketing of Services Industrial Marketing Advertising and Sales Management International Marketing Rural Marketing Internet Marketing 4 4 4 4 4 4

Operations
Total quality management Enterprise Resource planning Supply Chain Management Inventory Control & Material Management Logistics and Services Strategic Cost Management 4 4 4 4 4 4

Finance
Risk Management Management of Working Capital Strategic Cost Management Management of Financial Service Financial Engineering and Structured Finance Corporate Tax Planning 4 4 4 4 4 4

Human Resource
Manpower Planning and Performance Appraisal Human Resource Development International HRM Social Process and Behavioral Issues Labour Law Management of Discipline and Disciplinary Proceeding 4 4 4 4 4 4

Course Summary
Trimester
I II III

Core Management
5 Subjects X 4 credits each 4 Subjects X 4 credits each 3 Subjects X 4 credits each

Skill Enhancement
2 Subjects X 2 Credits each 2 Subjects X 2 Credits each 2 Subjects X 2 Credits each

Sectoral

Functional Specialty

Total Credits
24 24

1 Subjects X 4 Credits

24

Summer Training I
IV V VI 3 Subjects X 4 credits each — 2 Subjects X 4 credits each 2 Subjects X 2 Credits each 2 Subjects X 4 Credits 2 Subjects X 4 Credits 2 Subjects X 4 Credits 4 Subjects X 4 Credits 4 Subjects X 4 Credits

8
24 24 24

IV Research Project Report Total 17 Subjects 8 Subjects 9 Subjects 6 Subjects

8
160 Credits

160 Credits x 25 marks for each credit = 4000 Marks

** Course structure is subject to revision

MBA - Retail Management

2008 - 10

UIAMS

MBA - Retail Management
Law 2% Arts 13% Computers 5%

Engineering 20%

The word ‘Retail’ has been derived from the French word ‘Retaillier’ meaning 'to break bulk'. Retail is the final step in the distribution of merchandise - the last link in the Supply Chain connecting the bulk producers of commodities to the final consumers. Retailing covers both goods and services. It covers diverse products such as food, apparels, consumer goods, financial services and leisure. The retail market in India is increasingly becoming the most attractive and enthralling market globally. The Indian retail market is the fifth largest destination globally and this $372 billion retail industry is set to double in just five years. The Indian consumer market is also likely to grow four times by 2025. Organized retail penetration is on the rise and extends an attractive proposition for new entrants both domestic and foreign, as well as scope for expansion for existing players. In the present day scenario, retail is the need of the hour for every business to survive and grow. Its presence is not limited to malls and shops but extends itself to banking, telecom, hotels and many other sectors. Since, retail is growing towards an organized industry; the management skills needed are of utmost importance as in all other organized sectors. Consumer is the 'emperor' in today's era and the business endeavor has changed from customer satisfaction to customers delight. The industry demands promising managers with expertise in retail and UIAMS believes in providing the same.
1-2 Years 22%

Science 27%

Commerce 33%

> 2 Years 9%

Freshers 65% < 1 Year 4%

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Ajay Negi

Alka Pathania

Age: 26 years B.E. (Chem.) Work Exp: 8 months Summer Training Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. Project Production Planning

Age: 23 years B.A. Work Exp: 3 years Summer Training Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. Project Production Planning

Ankur Mehta

Anupama Khullar

Age: 22 years B.Sc. Summer Training United Breweries Ltd. Project Inventory Management

Age: 35 years B.E. (Chem.) Work Exp: 10 years Summer Training Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. Project E-Banking

Ashish Bindra

Bhavna Kumar

Age: 27 years B.Sc. (I.T.) Work Exp: 5 year 5 months Summer Training Aero Club/Woodland Project Comparative analysis of woodland with other major brands

Age: 22 years B.Com. Summer Training Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. Project 1. Streamlining BCF category 2. Understanding customer reward program and bringing tie-ups

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Dhatri Behl

Garima Sharma

Age: 22 years B.A. (Hons.) Summer Training Spencer's Retail Ltd. Project An overview of a retail store

Age: 23 years B.Com Summer Training Reliance Retail Ltd Project Organized Retail (Fruits & Vegetables)

Gitakshi Singhal

Hanish Batra

Age: 23 years B.Com Summer Training Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. Project Formulating strategies to increase the number of footfalls in the MORE stores in Tri-city

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Biotech) Summer Training Big Bazaar Project BTL activation and its effect on operational parameters.

Hira Lal

Ishpreet Sandhu

Age: 31 years M.Sc. (Maths) Work Exp: 3 years Summer Training Canara Bank Project Performance and status of SHG in Punjab

Age: 23 years B.A. (Hons.) Summer Training Reliance Retail Ltd. Project Organized Retail (Fruits & Vegetables)

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Jagdeep Kumar

Jai Kumar

Age: 24 years B. Com. Work Exp: 1 year 2 months Summer Training Pantaloons Retail India Ltd. Project Study of sales operation parameters & customer loyalty programme

Age: 23 years BBA Summer Training Spencer's Retail Ltd. Project Effectiveness of DC in retail business

Jyoti Chaudhary

Karanvir Singh

Age: 22 years B. Com. Summer Training United Breweries Ltd. Project Cash Management

Age: 22 years BBA Summer Training Hulas Steel Pvt. Ltd. Project Colored coat sheets with respect to Indian market

Khushboo

Kuljinder Singh

Age: 21 years B. Com. Summer Training Hindustan Times Project Study of factors affecting revenue realization from HT Non Acc. Agencies

Age: 27 years L.L.B. Summer Training Reliance Retail Ltd. Project Organized Retail (Fruits & Vegetables)

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Manpreet Singh Sodhi
Age: 25 years B.Sc. Summer Training PepsiCo International (Aradhana Drinks & Beverages Pvt. Ltd.) Project Impact of visual Merchandising on sales in Modern trade: An analysis of stock availability & off take sales

Mohit Sharma

Age: 24 years B. Tech. (E.E.) Summer Training Reliance Communication Project Direct selling:- Analysis of 21st century salesman

Monika Rani

Mridul Sunil Kumar

Age: 23 years B.E. (E.E.C.E.) Summer Training Pantaloons Retail India Ltd. Project Study of sales operation parameters & customer loyalty programme

Age: 23 years B.A. Summer Training Airtel Enterprises Services Project Validation of fixed lines market construct

Nikhil Khatri

Nipun Nakra
Age: 24 years B.Com. Work Exp: 4 year Summer Training Amul India Project Marketing research for determining the position of Amul Ice Creams & analysis of its supply chain in Himachal Pradesh

Age: 21 years B. Com. Summer Training Future Group Project Attribute Based Perceptual Mapping of Koryo AC using Discriminate Analysis

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Opinderjit Singh Dhillon
Age: 26 years B.Tech.(E.C.E.) Work Exp: 2 years Summer Training Dhillon Kool Drinks and Beverages Ltd. Project Study of supply chain of Pepsi Co. in Punjab w.r.t. Ludhiana territory & critical analysis of production system

Palvi

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Non.Medical) Summer Training Raymond Ltd. Project Customer & Competitive analysis of Raymond

Parul Dutta

Praveen

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Non.Medical) Summer Training Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. Project To devise overall growth strategies to increase the number of footfalls in MORE stores in Tri-city

Age: 24 years Diploma (M.E.) Work Exp: 2 years Summer Training Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Project Improvement of exchange plans

Phulvir Singh Khatra

Puneet Kumar Dhiman

Age: 25 years M.A.(Eng) Summer Training Glaxo Smith Kline Project Evaluation of distribution efficacy of GSK products in NCR

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (E.E.E.) Work Exp: 1 year 1 month Summer Training Genesis Luxury Project CRM: Study of Customer Database

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Ranjeet Cheema
Age: 24 years B.Com (Eco. Hons.) & PGDMM Summer Training Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. Project (i) Streamlining replenishment of processed food and beverages. & (ii) Understanding customer reward program & bringing tie-ups

Rattan Chand

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Medical) Summer Training Nutan Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Charity Trust Project Study on supply chain and logistics of Mumbai dabbawallahs

Ravish Kumar Saini

Reetika Rana

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (C.S.E.) Summer Training Mumbai Dabbawalas Project Study on supply chain and logistics of Mumbai dabbawallahs

Age: 22 years B.Com. Summer Training Spykar Lifestyles Private Ltd Project Store operations management

Rupanjali

Sahil Puri

Age: 22 years B.Sc. (Medical) Summer Training Hindustan Times Project Comparative analysis of satisfaction level of display customers vs. Classified Customers

Age: 23 years B.Tech. (C.S.E.) Summer Training Bharti Wal-Mart Pvt. Ltd. Project Increase Supply chain efficiency by 10%

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Salina Saluja

Saurav Puri

Age: 25 years M.Sc.(Hons.) Summer Training Future Group Project Management of SIS in Big Bazaar

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Medical) Work Exp: 2 years Summer Training Future Group (FLSL) Project Tools to control stock in transit

Shikha Mattoo

Silky Kashyap

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Microbiology) Summer Training Big Bazaar- Future Group Project Implementation of bin management system in big bazaar

Age: 26 years B. Com, MCA Work Exp: 8 months Summer Training State Bank Of India Project Marketing of financial products

Sugun Kaura

Sumit Dhiman

Age: 25 years B.Com. (Comp. App.) Work Exp: 1 year 4 months Summer Training Reliance Retail Limited Project Category management of dairy & frozen products

Age: 24 years B.Sc. (Medical) Summer Training Spencers Retail Project Efficacy of DC in Retail Industry

MBA - RETAIL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Surbhi Vig

Surya Bhushan
Age: 28 years M.A.(Eco.) & BBA Work Exp: 2 year 3 month Summer Training Nutan Mumbai Tiffin Box Suppliers Charity Trust (Mumbai Dabbawallahs) Project Study on supply chain & logistics of Mumbai Dabbawallahs

Age: 23 years B.Com. Work Exp: 1 year 6 months Summer Training Aditya Birla Retail Ltd. Project Marketing research on developing strategy for loyalty programmes and promotions

Tanya Raizada

Age: 21 years B.Com. (Acc. Hons.) Summer Training Reliance Retail Limited Project Category Management in food retailing with an insight into Staples for Reliance Fresh stores.

MBA - Banking & Insurance

2008 - 10

UIAMS
With the Indian economy returning back on a high growth trajectory, consumption levels soaring and investments riding high, the Indian banking sector is at a watershed. The industry has been growing faster than the real economy. Banking industry in India will shoot-up like a star and will need highly qualified and competent individuals. As banks face the mutually interdependent forces of competition, regulation, technology, and customer expectations, a picturesque setting for the tremendous upheaval and opportunity emerges. To cater the need of banking professionals across the globe, UIAMS, Panjab University, has started a two-year regular post-graduate MBA programme in Banking and Insurance to meet the demands of this sector. The programme is first of its kind in North-India and is aimed at creating world-class banking and insurance sector capabilities. The students are groomed both in theoretical and practical aspects of domestic and international banking as well as in the domain of the booming insurance sector. The programme prepares the students to apply their all-round knowledge-based learning to the financial world at large, such as wealth management, investment banking, portfolio management, financial and business consulting, financial & investment research, risk management, and general & life insurance services. The programme is designed as a rigorous, innovative and practical source of management education. It fosters development of young, well-trained professionals in the banking & financial sector, who are prepared to take up challenges at managerial stratum, driving banking and insurance sector growth to unmatched heights, thereby bolstering financial stability.

MBA - Banking & Insurance

Engineering 11%

Arts 17% Computers 2%

Science 45%

Commerce 25%

1-2 Years 9%

> 2 Years 4%

< 1 Year 2%

Freshers 85%

Work Experience

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Ajit Singh Tomar

Amandeep Kaur

Age: 26 years MA (Journalism & Mass Comm.) Summer Training ICICI Direct Project Evaluating the role and significance of mutual fund industry in wealth creation

Age: 23 years B.Com. Summer Training ICICI Direct Project Study of Indian and U.S. Mutual Fund Industry

Amit Bhatia

Ankita

Age: 23 years B.Com. (Economics. Hons.) & PGDMM Summer Training IndusInd Bank Project Customer Relationship Management

Age: 23 years B.Sc. Medical Summer Training State Bank of India Project The level of satisfaction of non customers of SBI using the SME products

Anil Kumar

Ankit Phutela

Age: 28 years B.A. & B.Ed. Work Exp: 4 years Summer Training Corporation Bank Project The banking patterns and need of SME

Age: 23 years B.Sc. Biotech Summer Training Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. Project A comparative study on fund raising from international and domestic market

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Anupriya Singh Jatain

Anupriya Chowdhary

Age: 23 years B.Tech (E.C.E.) Summer Training HDFC Standard Life Insurance Ltd. Project Study of financial instruments available for savings & the various aspects of business development in insurance business

Age: 25 years M.Sc. (Mathematics) Summer Training SBI Mutual Fund Project A study of attitude of small investors towards mutual funds

Arashjit Singh

Arvind Gupta

Age: 21 years B.Sc. Hons. (Biotechnology) Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Recruitment of Life Advisors

Age: 27 years B.A. Maths Work Exp: 3 years Summer Training Corporation Bank Project Customer perception towards internet banking w.r.t. private & public sector banks

Ashwani Kumar

Atampreet Singh

Age: 23 years B.Sc. Hons. Microbiology Summer Training SugarFed Project Applications of techniques of cost reduction in field of energy & power in SugarFed

Age: 24 years B.Tech Biotechnology Summer Training Punjab National Bank Project Credit appraisal

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Bharti Vashishtha

Deepika

Age: 21 years B.Sc. Hons. Bioinformatics Summer Training Punjab National Bank Project Credit Appraisal and Management of NPAs with special reference to PNB

Age: 24 years M.Sc. (Mathematics) Summer Training Canara Bank Project Recovery and legal wing processing of Canara Bank

Devina Soni

Dikshit Kharbanda

Age: 22 years B.A. Economics (Hons.) Summer Training HDFC Bank Project HDFC Bank value added services

Age: 25 years M.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Summer Training Corporation Bank Project Marketing in banks and future prospects of internet banking

Girish Verma

Jatin Muradia

Age: 22 years B.Com. Summer Training HDFC Bank Project E-Banking in contemporary Indian scenario in HDFC bank Ltd

Age: 23 years B.Sc. Summer Training Punjab and Sind Bank Project Comparative study of P&SB with other banks at Malaut

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Jyotsna Thakur

Kulvinder Singh

Age: 24 years B.Sc. Medical Summer Training SBI Mutual Fund Project Customer perception towards mutual funds

Age: 26 years B.Sc. Summer Training SugarFed Project Project report on SugarFed

Mala

Manpreet Saini

Age: 25 years B.E. (E.C.E.) Work Exp: 1 year 1 month Summer Training HDFC Bank Project Value added services & service quality in HDFC Bank

Age: 22 years B.Com. Work Exp: 11 months Summer Training SBI Mutual Fund Project Study of investors preferences for investment in mutual funds

Mohit Khatak

Mohit Kumar

Age: 22 years B. Com. Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Life Insurance Noesises among people in the tricity

Age: 25 years B.Tech. (E.C.E.) Work Exp: 1 year 5 months Summer Training ICICI Direct Project Performance evaulation of mutual funds

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Monika Malik

Mrigya Kaul
Age: 21 years B.Com. (Hons.)

Age: 23 years B.C.A. Summer Training SBI Mutual Fund Project Comparative analysis of contra fund in mutual fund industry

Summer Training HSBC Bank Project Study of trade finance solutions offered to MSME's and analysis of the credit appraisal process for the trade products at HSBC, Chd.

Mukta Sharma

Mukul Aggarwal

Age: 23 years B.Com. & M.A. Economics Summer Training ICICI Direct Project Study of mutual funds in Indian investment scenario

Age: 22 years B. Com (Hons.) Summer Training State Bank of India Project Comparison of SBI with other banks

Navita Katoch

Navneet Sandhu

Age: 25 years B. Com. Summer Training HDFC Bank Project Customer behavior & customer satisfaction

Age: 21 years BCA Summer Training IndusInd Bank Project Study of different investment strategies & portfolio management

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Neha Sharma

Nidhi Rana

Age: 23 years B.Sc. Biotech Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Consumer perception about life insurance in Chandigarh

Age: 24 years B.Sc., B.Ed., & PGDCA Summer Training HDFC Bank Ltd. Project Home Loans and comparative study of HDFC home loans with other financial institutions

Nitleen Kaur

Pallavi Khanna

Age: 22 years B. Com. (Hons.) Summer Training HDFC Bank Project HDFC ATM - Automated Teller and 'MORE’

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Hons.) Biotechnology Summer Training State Bank of India Project Marketing of demat accounts /EZ trade and gold coins

Payal Dey
Age: 24 years Bachelor of Business Studies Work Exp: 1 year 3 months Summer Training IFCI Ltd. Project Roadmap for Corporate Advisory Service, IFCI Ltd. to get into enterprise risk management

Ramanpreet Kaur

Age: 23 years M.Com. (E-commerce) Summer Training ICICI Bank Project Study on ICICI products, its market share as well as customer perception

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Ravi Arora
Age: 22 years B.Com. (Hons.) E-Commerce Summer Training State Bank of India Project 1. Credit Risk Assessment Model 2. Assessment of Working Capital Funds 3. Project Appraisal System 4. Proposal of Term Loan in Textile Industry

Rhythm

Age: 22 years B.A. Summer Training HSBC Bank Project Study on Alternate Delivery Channels with focus on Internet banking

Sandeep Bhalwal
Age: 24 years B. Tech. (Industrial Biotechnology) Work Exp: 1 year 1 month Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Market research for customer perception & awareness of insurance in Chandigarh to develop marketing strategies

Santosh Kumar

Age: 23 years B.Sc. Non-Medical Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Recruitment of life advisors

Shipra Aggarwal

Sudhanshu Mahajan

Age: 22 years B.Sc. (Bioinformatics) Summer Training HSBC Bank Project Customer perception about investments in mutual funds- an analytical approach towards indian market preferences Age: 22 years B.Sc. Summer Training Punjab State Cooperative Bank Project Working of Punjab State Cooperative Bank

MBA - BANKING & INSURANCE Students Profile

Swati Sawhney

Sweta Gupta

Age: 22 years B.A. Economics (Hons.) Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Sales Process and Equity Review

Age: 25 years M.Sc. (Hons.) Zoology Summer Training Canara Bank Project Facilities available in Canara Bank for MSME's

Vaneet Bhatia

Vidushi Sharma

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Hons.) Chemistry Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Hons.) Microbiology Summer Training State Bank of India Project ATM customer satisfaction survey Summer Training Bharti AXA Life Insurance Co. Ltd. Project Analysis of Life Insurance Cognizance among people and recruitment of life advisors for Bharti AXA Life insurance company

MBA - Telecommunication & IT

2008 - 10

UIAMS

MBA - Telecommunication & IT
Science 4%

India, as the largest supplier of exported software services, faces challenges to ramp up its higher education system to staff its rapidly expanding software industry. Offshoring creates major changes in the demand for knowledge workers and the skills they possess. Developing countries that are building their software service export markets, such as India and China, need to prepare large number of people to work in this industry. UIAMS has been started not only with the aim of preparing future managers but also to achieve goals such as research, giving students a liberal education, and teaching them to think critically that must be considered when revising a university's program to address workforce needs. The unique combination of telecom and IT subjects widens the knowledge and skills of the students. The industry gets an exquisitely finished trained product to guide its business and make it more affluent. The compound of 70% managerial subjects and 30% specialized sectoral subjects along with exposure to industry through case studies and projects polishes the diamonds in rough. Overall, this first of a kind MBA course being offered here aims to make unflagging managers.
1-2 Years 23%

Engineering 96%

> 2 Years 5%

Freshers 72%

MBA - TELECOMMUNICATION & IT Students Profile

Ashima Gupta

Gurvinderjeet Singh

Age: 24 years B.Tech.(C.S.E.) Work Exp: 1 year 1 month Summer Training Bharti Airtel Project Benchmark study with on mobile global Ltd.

Age: 26 years B.E. (E.C.) Work Exp: 1 year 6 months Summer Training Airtel Project Reduction of Usage churn among prepaid customers

Jagjyot Singh

Jiwateshwar Singh

Age: 22 years B.Sc.(Hons) Physics. Summer Training Bharti Airtel Udyog Vihar Project Competitive analysis of prepaid products offered by various telecom players in Delhi NCR region

Age: 26 years B.Tech. (Biotechnology) Summer Training HCL Project Corporate consumer retention & feedback for HCL

Kunal Sharma

Navdeep singh

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (E.E.) Summer Training Idea Cellular Project Problems regarding LUT sites

Age: 24 years B.Tech (E.C.E.) Summer Training HFCL Infotel Ltd. Project Study of consumer behaviour towards various telecom operators

MBA - TELECOMMUNICATION & IT Students Profile

Nitika Sharma

Pankhuri Wadehra

Age: 22 years B.Sc.(Physics) Hons. Summer Training Reliance Communications Project Operational efficiency & online portal updation

Age: 22 years B.Tech. (E.E.E) Summer Training BSNL Project Future of value added services in india

Prabhjot Shah Singh

Pritika Sohal

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (C.S.E.) Work Exp: 1 year 2 months Summer Training Reliance Communications Project Operational efficiency & online portal updation

Age: 23 years B.Tech. (E.E.E) Summer Training Seasia consulting Project Performance appraisal system

Puneet Sharma

Rachita Sambyal

Age: 22 years B.Tech. (E.C.) Summer Training Sterlite Technologies Ltd. Project Techno- commercial analysis & market evaluation of IPTV

Age: 22 years B.E. (C.S.) Summer Training Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. Project Information and communication technology usage for improving corporate performance

MBA - TELECOMMUNICATION & IT Students Profile

Ranjit Singh

Sachika

Age: 23 years B.Tech (E.C.E.) Summer Training Idea Cellular Project New customer profiling

Age: 21 years B.Sc. (Comp. Science) Summer Training Bharti Infratel Limited Project Impact of entry of new telecom operators on telecom infrastructure providers

Sanjally Gulati
Age: 25 years B.E. (E.C.) Work Exp: 2 years 1 month Summer Training Bharti Airtel Project Improving efficacy of communication mediums for post product launch communication & improving efficacy of roaming corridors

Shalinder Sharma
Age: 25 years B.Tech. (Mech.) Work Exp: 1 year 4 months Summer Training Thomson Reuters Project Study on efficacy of unique free demo service as an innovative tool for marketing the Mobile Information based service among farmers

Shikha Kanda

Shiv Kumar

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (I.T.) Summer Training Hindalco Industries Ltd Project Enhancement of ERP

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (C.S.E.) Summer Training Airtel Project Research on marketing strategies & advertisements of Airtel

MBA - TELECOMMUNICATION & IT Students Profile

Sonali Mahajan

Sunil Tandon
Age: 25 years B. Tech. Work Exp: 1 year

Age: 22 years B.E. (I.T.) Summer Training Tata Communications Project Market research

Summer Training Competent finman Pvt. Ltd. Project Correlation between different market indicators with stock & indices values & check their reliability

Vivek Arya

Vivek Hans

Age: 23 years B.Tech. (Mech.) Summer Training JCBL India limited Project JNNURM scheme

Age: 23 years B.Tech. (C.S.E.) Summer Training Airtel Project Research on marketing strategies & advertisements of Airtel

MBA - Infrastructure Management

2008 - 10

UIAMS

MBA - Infrastructure Management

“You and I come by road or air, but economists travel on infrastructure.” Infrastructure refers to all those services and facilities that constitute the basic support system of an economy. It is the foundation on which the day to day functioning of all the economic activities of a country depends. Infrastructure management is a diversified field having vivid tapestry of the fields like Power, Energy, Construction, Telecom etc. The program encompasses a comprehensive & well-structured two-year classroom study to enable students to formulate policies & manage alternative regulatory regimes in the best of interest of the businesses. Infrastructure management among all purposes seeks certain objectives; i) Reduce duplication of effort, ii) Ensure adherence to standards, iii) Enhance the flow of information throughout and iv) Promote adaptability The objective of this two year full MBA is to make indefatigable, omniscient and discerned technocrats into strategic decision makers, to meet all kinds of present and projected requirements in the infrastructure sector. This programme will give exposure and understanding to the future managers in infrastructure sector. The opportunities are manifold; India's strong presence; it is open for huge foreign investment that is set to ignite this sector like never-before. The robust current growth in GDP has exposed the grave inadequacies in the country's infrastructure sectors. The strong population growth in India and its booming economy are generating enormous pressures to modernize and expand India's infrastructure. The creation of world class infrastructure would require large investments in addressing the deficit in quality and quantity. More than USD 475 billion (Source: FICCI) worth of investment is to flow into India's infrastructure by 2012 but the country has been experiencing a dearth of trained professionals. Significant infrastructure requirement needed to sustain the growth makes India an inevitable destiny in the world that can absorb so many funds for this sector. The program is aimed at building capacity of experts in regulation to ensure as managers of public utilities, consultants & government regulators. Work Experience

Science 27%

Engineering 73%

1-2 Years 9% < 1 Year 18%

> 2 Years 5%

Freshers 68%

MBA - INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Abhijeev Pal Singh

Amanpreet Singh Punia

Age: 23 years B.Tech (E.C.E.) Summer Training Adani Energy Ltd. Project City Gas Distribution

Age: 25 years B.Tech. (E.E.) Work Exp: 6 months Summer Training Emaar MGF Project Investment of compensation money by landowners

Ankush Dhingra

Ashish Garg

Age: 24 years B.Tech (C.S.E.) Summer Training NTPC LTD. Project Regulatory mechanism of power sector in India: future reforms

Age: 25 years B.E. (Mech.) Summer Training Punjab Tractors Limited Project Marketing & execution of orders overseas Punjab Tractors Limited

Deepak Sinha
Age: 29 years B.E (Metallurgical) Work Exp: 6 years Summer Training i) NTPC LTD. ii) Power Grid Corporation of India Project i) Energy Management - A road map for energy efficiency ii) Multiple Power Exchanges in India

Harishankar

Age: 26 years B.E. (Chemical) Summer Training SugarFed Project Cost minimization, optimum utilization of resources

MBA - INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Ishan Sharma

Jaideep Singh

Age: 25 years B.Tech. (E.C.E.) Work Exp: 1 year Summer Training NTPC LTD. Project Regulatory mechanism of power sector in India: future reforms

Age: 23 years B.Sc. (Hons.) Physics Summer Training Shapoorji Pallonji Corporation Ltd. Project Structural steel erection - x column to avoid time and cost overrun with quality and safety

Jasdeep Singh

Manoj Kumar

Age: 23 years B.Tech. (E.I.E.) Summer Training Emaar MGF Project Investment of compensation money by landowners

Age: 24 years B.Sc. (Non Medical) Summer Training SugarFed Project Cost reduction, system streamlining, optimum utilization of resources et al

Navdeep Kumar

Navdeep Singh

Age: 23 years B.Tech. (Mech) Summer Training DLF Home Developers Project Competitors' analysis of the galleria, Ludhiana

Age: 24 years B.Tech (E.C.E.) Summer Training Sunny Enclave Developers Pvt. Ltd. Project Investment of compensation money by landowners

MBA - INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Naveen Mehta

Neha Madhia

Age: 23 years B.Sc.(Comp.Science) Work Exp: 1 year 6 months Summer Training SugarFed Project Cost minimization optimum utilization of resources et al

Age: 26 years B.E. (E.C.E.) Summer Training DLF Project Detailed project report for development of selected road network in Gurgaon

Rahul Rishi

Rajat Narang
Age: 22 years B.Sc. (Computer Science) Work Exp: 1 year

Age: 22 years B.Sc. Summer Training ATS Infra Ltd. Project Marketing of ATS Golf Meadows prelude

Summer Training i) SugarFed ii) Power Grid Corporation of India Project i) Cost minimization, optimum utilization of resources et al ii) Multiple power exchanges

Rajinder

Robby Nair

Age: 23 years B. Tech. (C.S.E) Summer Training Continental Constructions Projects Ltd. Project Modified horseshoe shape head race tunnel of UHL stage - III Hydroelectric project

Age: 24 years B.Tech. (Mech.) Work Exp: 1 year Summer Training SugarFed Project Cost minimization, optimum utilization of resources et al

MBA - INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Rohan Dutt Sharma

Sajal Aggarwal

Age: 26 years B.E. (Chemical) Work Exp: 2 year 6 months Summer Training Omaxe Infrastructure & Constructions Pvt. Ltd. Project The present grinding halt at Zirakpur

Age: 27 years B.Sc. (Physics Hons.) Summer Training SugarFed Project Cost minimization, optimum utilization of resources et al

Shivani Bansal

Shivpreet Singh Sandhu

Age: 21 years B.Tech. (C.S.E) Summer Training SugarFed Project Cost minimization, optimum utilization of resources et al

Age: 23 years B.Tech.(E.C.E.) Summer Training Adani Energy Ltd. Project City gas distribution

MBA - Pharmaceutical Management

2008 - 10

UIAMS

MBA Pharmaceutical Management

The market for pharmaceuticals has expanded tremendously in past few years. It is one of the largest industries in the world. It ranks 4th pertaining to the volume of the sales. The growth rate of the industry is 13% per year. The estimated worth of Indian pharmaceutical industry is US $ 6 billion which at present growth rate is expected to be US $ 20 billion by 2015. MBA (Pharmaceutical Management) is an industry specific program that prepares students with knowledge and skill required to lead the industry in coming times. The course is so designed to understand the latest techniques in management, innovative market strategies and effective methods for corporate growth. Owing to their strong technical pharmaceutical background along with the management skills they attain during the course the students are well equipped for the jobs in functional areas like clinical research and operations, regulatory affairs, market research and QA. The course is supported by University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University, Chandigarh [UGC Centre for Advanced Studies]. As an encouraging initiative, Ind-Swift Ltd. Chandigarh has promised a gold medal for the student ranked first in each academic year comprising of three trimesters. While visualising a great scope for the establishment of a top management school, University Institute of Applied Management Sciences strives to develop well-trained managers and administrators for the management of pharmaceutical companies.

B. Pharmacy 100%

< 1 Year 4% < 1 Year 17%

Freshers 79%

Work Experience

MBA - PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Aaditya Prasad Sinha

Aditi Sharma

Age: 26 years B. Pharmacy Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project To carry out market survey & determine the socio-economic segment in which Swift-Aid kit is most acceptable Age: 22 years B. Pharmacy Summer Training Dr. Reddys Lab Ltd, Baddi (H.P) Project Lead Time Reduction (Tablet & Capsules)

Ajeet Singh
Age: 27 years B. Pharmacy Work Exp: 1 year Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project Market survey, generating perception, comparing & executive strategies for building a consumer foundation for swift aid kit

Binny Arora

Age: 23 years B. Pharmacy Summer Training Diagnozis(Indswift Ltd) Project To create awareness about emergency aid along with providing swift aid kit

Deepanshu Manchanda

Disha Sakhuja

Age: 22 years B. Pharmacy Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project To assess the understanding, awareness & acceptance of SWIFT-AID kit among the target customer groups

Age: 22 years B. Pharmacy Summer Training Surya Pharmaceutical Ltd. Project An internal & external environment analysis of Surya Pharmaceutical Ltd. for business development

MBA - PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Gaurav Deshmukh

Gurpreet Singh
Age: 26 years B.Pharmacy

Age: 25 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project Impact of awareness of branded First Aid Kit on customer purchasing

Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project Creating awareness among different market segments regarding need & acceptance of a branded first aid kit and formulating strategies for brand promotion & to strengthen the customer base

Harish Sharma

Isha Malik
Age: 23 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project Surveillance of different market segments regarding need & acceptance of a branded First Aid Kit & strategies for brand promotion & increasing customer base

Age: 25 years B.Pharmacy Work Exp: 7 months Summer Training GSKCH Project To explore the necessity of writing vernacular languages on the packaging of OTC products

Karandeep Singh

Manjeet Singh Sandhu
Age: 25 years B.Pharmacy Work Exp: 9 months

Age: 22 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Dr. Reddys Lab, Hyderabad Project Recruitment and Selection

Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project Exploring the various segments of market regarding the need and acceptance of branded first aid kit and strategies for building a strong customer base

MBA - PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Manpreet Kaur

Monika

Age: 22 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Novartis India Ltd., Mumbai Project Launch Strategy of Otrinoz (Saline + Aloevera) A Saline Nasal Decongestant

Age: 26 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Alber David Ltd., Ghaziabad Project Time study and store keeping

Mukhtiar Singh

Namita Koul
Age: 23 years B.Pharmacy

Age: 22 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Indswift Ltd Project MU Ointment, field survey

Summer Training Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Hyderabad Project A study on the implementation of performance feedback & consequence management in the Performance Appraisal Process(PerfECT) at Dr.Reddy's Lab

Parul Malviya

Parul Sood

Age: 24 years B.Pharmacy Work Exp: 9 months Summer Training GSKCH Project Creating a dashboard for tracking the product trends of GSK in the market

Age: 23 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project Exploring the market, Creating Awareness, Planning and implementing strategies for building a customer base for Swift-Aid kit

MBA - PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Ramnish Pal

Shahbaz Singh Chauhan

Age: 25 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Dr. Reddy's Labs, Hyderabad Project Analysis of the pattern of C&FA INVENTORY LEVELS along with monthly inventory turns till May 2009

Age: 25 years B.Pharmacy Work Exp: 9 months Summer Training Diagnozis (Indswift Ltd) Project To create awareness and acceptance of swift aid in the market

Sonam Gupta

Tarunvir Singh Bakshi

Age: 22 years B.Pharmacy Age: 22 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Dr.Reddys Lab Ltd, Baddi(H.P.) Project Lead Time Reduction (Packaging) Summer Training 1)Dr. Reddys Lab Ltd, Baddi(H.P.) 2)Focus Healthcare Ltd. Project Lead Time Reduction (Injections and Ointments)

Vyas Mayank

Age: 24 years D. Pharmacy, B.Pharmacy Summer Training IndSwift Ltd. Project Market research & perception mapping of doctors & chemists for “CLERKIN” (Anti-Scabies)

MBA - Hospital Management

2008 - 10

UIAMS
“A Hospital is no place to be sick.”

MBA - Hospital Management

MBBS 4% B.H.M.S 13%

MDS 4%

B.H.M.S. 4%

B.D.S. 31%

Hospital industry is an important component of the value chain in Indian healthcare industry rendering services and recognised as healthcare delivery segment of the healthcare industry which is growing at an annual rate of 14%. It is estimated to grow by 2012 to Rs. 3,163 billion. Today, we have over 2.5 lakh health institutions in India - large, medium, and small. Our health system is unique as compared to other countries; there are government, private, religious, industrial, multi-national institutions and also allopathy, ayurveda, homeopathy, nature cure and other systems of healthcare. Large number of corporate hospitals, hospitals sponsored by industrial houses, multinational hospital corporations with modern technology as investments are being established. There are newer diseases, newer diagnostic technologies, day-care surgeries and particularly institutions for profit. Health care, which is a US$ 35 billion industry in India, is expected to reach over US$ 75 billion by 2012 and US$ 150 billion by 2017 according to Technopak Advisors in their report 'India Health Care Trends 2008'. 'First World treatment' at ‘Third World prices’ is how industry sources define medical tourism in India. Indian healthcare industry is set for a major growth with revamp and radical changes in the service delivery model and outcome. This necessitates the need to have dynamic healthcare administrators, who will drive the industry to greater heights and glory. The nature of work in hospitals is quite different from other organizations; Hospitals are expected to deliver quality service 24 hours a day at a minimal cost. The urgent nature of its work and the level of efficiency that is expected have increased the need of well-formulated hospital management courses throughout the world. To tap the growing demand of the Indian health care industry, the course offered will provide help in developing a core understanding of business fundamentals, ethics, and leadership. In addition, it will also assist in acquiring real-world management techniques that can be applied to a variety of areas in health care, including personnel, resources, external relationships, operational quality, and budgeting. It offers numerous career options such as healthcare information technology, state government health projects, WHO, UNICEF, PSU and government hospitals, healthcare quality management and many more.

M.Sc. 13%

B. Pharmacy 31%

> 2 Years 13% Freshers 52%

1-2 Years 26%

< 1 Year 9%

MBA - HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Dr. Ajay Kumar Dogra
Age: 27 years B.D.S Work Exp: 1 year 8 months Summer Training Govt. Medical College & Hospital, Chd Project Study on manpower & other problems affecting the work productivity in MRD

Bindu Malik

Age: 23 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Alchemist Hospital Project Preparing policies and procedures for medication management.

Deepak Bhalla

Dr. Ishneet Kaur

Age: 23 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Alchemist Hospital Project To study the compliance rate of bio-medical waste at source

Age: 26 years B.D.S Work Exp: 6 months Summer Training Indraprastha Apollo Hospital Project Environment aspect impact 2009 in accordance with ISO 14001

Manisha Lakhanpal

Natasha Jindal

Age: 23 years M.Sc.(Hons) Microbiology Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Efficiency enhancement of IPD processes: Six Sigma approach

Age: 25 years MSc.(Hons) Microbiology Summer Training Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre Project Operation theatre management applying lean principles & costing of laboratory tests

MBA - HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Dr. Navreet Bhullar

Dr. Neha Vashishth

Age: 28 years B.D.S Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Study of appointment system & admission process

Age: 24 years B.A.M.S. Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Handling the delays in discharge of corporate client patients

Dr. Nidhi Burman

Dr. Pooja Dogra

Age: 27 years B.D.S Work Exp: 2 years 6 months Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Cost effectiveness of medical tourism in India w.r.t. other countries

Age: 27 years B.D.S Work Exp: 1 year 6 months Summer Training Govt. Medical College & Hospital, Chd Project A study on evaluation of internal disaster plan of GMCH

Dr. Priti Dawra

Dr. Priyanka Chugh

Age: 28 years MBBS Work Exp: 2 years 2 months Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Mapping of doctors and competition analysis

Age: 26 years BDS Work Exp: 6 months Summer Training Escorts Heart Institute & Research Centre Project Patient flow management in a cardiac hospital

MBA - HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Dr. Parneeta Thakur

Rajni Bala

Age: 27 years B.A.M.S Work Exp: 1 year Summer Training Jaipur Golden Hospital Project Customer Relationship Management - An Insight into Customer Satisfaction

Age: 25 years M.Sc Biomedical Sciences Summer Training Indraprastha Apollo Hospital Project To study delays in reporting in radiology department

Ravneet Kaur Sekhon

Dr. Sandeep Dev

Age: 22 years B. Pharmacy Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Reducing the number of indents per patients

Age: 31 years M.D.S Work Exp: 4 years 2 months Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Indicators used to monitor quality

Dr. Sonia Jerath

Surinder Singh

Age: 26 years B.H.M.S Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Patient/community perception about Fortis Hospital Mohali

Age: 24 years B Pharmacy Work Exp: 1 year 2 months Summer Training SPS Apollo Hospital Project Management of operation theatres & Day-Care Services

MBA - HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT Students Profile

Dr. Suruchi Mittal

Vikram Jit Singh
Age: 25 years B.Pharmacy Work Exp: 1 year 2 months Summer Training SPS Apollo Hospital Project Time motion study & analysis of customer satisfaction level for food and beverages department of the hospital

Age: 26 years B.D.S Work Exp: 1 year Summer Training SPS Apollo Hospital Project Waiting time analysis of Labs

Vinay Garg

Dr. Vivek Ahuja

Age: 22 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training Fortis Hospital Project Tracking the data to maintain Electronic Patient Record

Age: 27 years B.A.M.S Summer Training Jaipur Golden Hospital Project Operation theatre: Time Efficiency Study

Yogesh Kumar

Age: 24 years B.Pharmacy Summer Training M.D.Oswal Cancer Treatment & Research Foundation Project Study of existing functioning system in medical records department

Placement Cell

Our placement approach The academic rigour of the future leaders is made complete through the placement programme that introduces them to the corporate atmosphere. The graduating batch enters the real life world of management through the final placement programme, while the first year students get familiarized with the industry through the internship programme. The placement activity broadly covers Pre-placement talk, Summer Internship and Final Placement. Pre-Placement Talk Its an opportunity for the corporate world to get better acquainted with their prospective recruits, both for the summer and final placements. The aim of the pre-placement talk is to address typical student concerns like job description, remuneration package, scope for growth & cross-functional exposure. We request and expect every recruiter to hold a pre-placement session wherein all the above mentioned information could be discussed between the recruiter and students. In the event of any recruiter not being able to hold a pre-placement sessions, we request them to send all the pertinent details to the institute through the response sheet to the placement co-ordinator in advance. Summer Training Summer training constitutes an integral part of the sectoral MBA curriculum and is valued for its relevance in management education and its application. Undertaken at the end of first year of the MBA, the summer training is the perfect opportunity for students to apply the theoretical concepts learnt within the classrooms. After completing the first year course work, the students join different organisations for a period of eight to ten weeks on specific assignments as summer trainees. As a part of the internship, students are required to submit a report on the work done. The presentations made by them to the organisation forms the basis for the evaluation of the project work. It is an occasion for prospective managers to explore varied career opportunities in the areas of their interest. They get a better grasp of the important inter-linkages among different functions and develop a realistic managerial perspective on corporate working. Final Placements The final placement programme helps the students to launch their career in corporate world. It gives an opportunity to students to utilize the skills and knowledge that they have acquired in MBA Programme. The Placement cell serves to bridge the gap between a job-aspirant and a prospective employer. The companies get to choose the talent according to their requirements. The companies can choose the candidate according to the skills required and organizational fit. In the final placement programme, the students compete among themselves during the selection process, and hence showcase the best of their capabilities.

Response Sheet Campus Recruitment Programme 2008 - 10
Dr. Jagandeep Singh Placement Coordinator UIAMS, Panjab University. We are interested in participating in the Campus Recruitment Programme 2008 - 10 for recruiting UIAMS graduates. Kindly provide the following details:
Grade/Level for which recruitment is being done:

Required Area of Specialization:

Preferred Educational Background :

Work experience Required (if any):

Number of Vacancies:

Initial Remuneration:

Selection Process to be Adopted: GD Facilities Required: PC Laptop OHP Slide Projector Any Other PI Any Other

Prefered dates for Campus visit

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Please Fill your contact Details/attach your Business Card

Directions to reach the Panjab University Chandigarh
Panjab University, Chandigarh Railway Station Chandigarh ISBT Sector 43 Chandigarh Bus Stand Sector - 17

Trains
New Delhi to Chandigarh Train No 2005 2011 2057 2925 Train Name Kalka Shtbdi Kalka Shtbdi UHL janshatabdi Paschim Express Origin New Delhi New Delhi New Delhi New Delhi Dep. Time 17:25 07:40 15:00 11:10 Destination Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Chandigarh Arr. Time 20:45 11:05 19:15 15:45 Days Daily Daily Daily Daily

Mumbai to Chandigarh 2925 Paschim Express Bandra Terminus 11:35 Chandigarh 15:45 Daily

Rajdhani Trains to New Delhi 0903 2429 2433 2951 2957 2953 NZM Rajdhani Spl Rajdhani EXP Rajdhani EXP Mumbai Rajdhani Swarna J RAJ EX Aug. Kr. RAJ EXP New Delhi Bangalore CY JN Chennai Central Mumbai Central Ahmedabad JN Mumbai Central 23:15 20:20 06:10 16:40 17:25 17:40 Nizamuddin Nizamuddin Nizamuddin New Delhi New Delhi Nizamuddin 18:15 05:50 10:15 08:30 07:25 10:50

Flights
New Delhi to Chandigarh Airlines Kingfisher Kingfisher Jet Air Indian Mumbai to Chandigarh Flight Number IT4 633 IT 600 9W 733 IC 864 Departure 08:05 09:35 13:05 13:10 Arrival 09:00 10:25 13:50 13:50 Days Daily Daily Daily Daily

Go Air
Indian
Jet Air

G8 144

06:55
09:35 13:05 13:10

09:15 13:50 12:20 17:05

Daily Daily Daily Daily

IC 864 9W 317 IT 605

Kingfisher
Kolkata to Chandigarh

Kingfisher

IT 600

06:30

10:25

Daily

Road Transport (Volvo) Chandigarh to Delhi Himachal Roadways Punjab Roadways Haryana Roadways 12:35 pm; 3:35 pm; 1:00 pm; 1:30 pm 8:20 am; 1:45 pm; 4:15 pm; 6pm; 9 pm 7:20 am; 11:00 am; 5:10 pm

Taxis are readily available for travel within the city of Chandigarh. The On – Call Air-Conditioned taxis can be reached at 0172-4646464 and 0172-4141414

Panjab University Chandigarh (India)

University Institute of Applied Management Sciences
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