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The Institute

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Vision, Mission, Values

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Director's Message

Governing Committee

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Executive Education

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Facilities

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Research And Consulting

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Distinguished Speakers

Centres Of Excellence

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International Collaborations & Research Projects Industry Orientation The Faculty

Student Activities

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Final Placement Summer Placement
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Residential Accommodation

THE INSTITUTE
The IMI Legacy
Established in 1981 with a campus in New Delhi, the International Management Institute (IMI) was India's first corporate sponsored business school. During its inception, IMI was backed by prestigiouscorporate houses likeRPG Enterprises, Nestle, ITC, SAIL, Tata Chemicals, BOC and Williamson Magor. IMI Delhi, which is located in the Qutab Institutional Area, has been among the leading B-schools for almost three decades and is today a global institution. It was established in 1981 in collaboration with IMI Geneva (now IMD, Lausanne). Later in 2010, two more campuses came up in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar to enable bright young minds from eastern India to gain access to the world-class IMI management pedagogy.

IMI Kolkata
The IMI Kolkata campus is centrally located in the city and equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructural, academic and residential facilities. The institute offers not only a scholarly and professional ambience, but also a fulfilling campuslife necessary for all-round development of the student. The campus buildings are separated into an academic block and a residential block. The academic block is centrally air-conditioned with spacious lecture theatres, equipped with the latestaudio-visual teaching aids and wireless laptops for students to access the IMIKolkata intranet. The residential block houses single-occupancy hostel rooms for students.

Ethos
IMI Kolkata aims at shaping brilliant minds, equipping them with the skills to lead national and global organizations. The Institute is devoted to the task of building a pool of next-generation entrepreneurs, managers and leaders with unwavering commitment to ethical behaviour and unfaltering concern for the conservation of natural resources and the environment. The Institute inspires its students to strive for thoughtleadership in a number of specialized areas through Centres of Excellence for advanced research and consultancy. The Learning Resource Centre has been created as a specialized training cell to make academics and field-work based research integral to the Institute. The Management Development Programme Division contributes more effectively to the professional growth of managers and administrators. An RP-SanjivGoenka Group Initiative, IMIKolkata enjoys strong support from the highly respected business group that has a passion for nurturing tomorrow's leaders.
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Vision
To be a globally recognized Centre of Excellence in management education.

Mission
To produce socially sensitive, globally aware, valuesdriven individuals capable of providing leadership. To conduct research for knowledge creation and dissemination.

Values
Commitment to: Transparency in actions and systems Passion for excellence Integrity and ethics as a way of life Respect for all Sustainability and autonomy Harmony and cooperation Concern for society and environment

GOVERNING
COMMITTEE
Chairman Shri Sanjiv Goenka Chairman, RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group Dr. Pritam Singh Director General, IMI Dr. Ahindra Chakrabarti Director, IMI Kolkata Shri Sumantra Banerjee Managing Director, CESC Shri V. C. Agrawal Ppresident Corporate HR, RP-SG Group
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Dr. Somayajulu Garimella Director, IMI Bhubaneswar Shri Sunil Bhandari Executive Director, RP-SG Group Shri Subhasis Mitra Executive Director & Group Company Secretary, RP-SG Group

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DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE
As Director of the International Management Institute, Kolkata, I extend a very warm welcome to each of you. We have set up this institute with a clear purpose and we believe that we have the wherewithal to fulfil that objective. There is no dearth of good management institutes in India. And many Indians who were educated in these business schools are today among the leading management thinkers and practitioners. Indeed, several of them are in charge of large global organisations, both in India and overseas. The quality of management education in many of our management schools is truly world-class. This is a result of not just superior academic standards but also exceptional exposure to the real world. Having said that, managing enterprises effectively or sustaining an entrepreneurial venture in today's world is becoming increasingly challenging and complex. Management schools have had to keep pace with these changes to remain relevant. They are also grappling with the task of making quality education accessible to a wider cross section of bright students and promising professionals. Eastern India has only a handful of quality management schools when compared to other parts of India. Young talent from this part of the country have therefore had to seek out options elsewhere, often being denied the opportunity to realise their full potential. IMI Kolkata aims to address this and nurture socially sensitive, globally aware, values-drivenmanagement professionals. Our institute is young but backed by the expertise of IMI Delhi, a 28-yearold, top-ranking management school that is truly global in its outlook, pedagogy and the quality of industry interface. Many members of IMI Delhi's outstanding faculty are guest speakers at IMI Kolkata. Our institute's own full-time faculty is equally competent. All of them have doctorates and have experience in either teaching or working in global institutions and organisations. They are published researchers and have hands-on experience in consultancy and MDPs. In addition, our classrooms are stateof-the art and our library is a treasure house of the latest books and journals. Our visiting faculty are thoughtleadersin their chosen domain and bring with them a mix of industry expertise and academic understanding. The Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme in our institute has been designed to provide solutions to industry and business. We expect to nurture managers who will spearhead the future of global industry. If you chose to join us on our journey to pre-eminence, you will be immersed in a curriculum that is firmly in line with current industry practices. You will also have access to all the advantages and perks that one can associate with a well-established institution of global standing. We look forward to having you on board and assure you of an exciting and enriching experience. Dr. Ahindra Chakrabarti Director, IMI Kolkata

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FACILITIES Well Stocked Library


The Learning Resource Centre or the central library is accessible to students, faculty, staff, external members and visiting instructors. The library management system provides a searchable database of documents. The Library has a good collection of books and journals from all the areas related to management. The library has a selection of accredited international journals.

Cutting-edge IT resources
IMI Kolkata has a WiFi-enabled campus with LAN connectivity, providing round-the-clock Internet access for both the academic and residential blocks. It also has the latest audio-visual equipment in lecture theatres and classrooms.

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EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
IMI Kolkata has conducted a number of Executive Development Programmesin areas like retail management, corporate governance, leadershipand managerial effectiveness.

RESEARCH AND CONSULTING


Organisational Behaviour
Research activities incorporate group dynamics, organisational changes, effectiveness, performance management, cross cultural management with respect to the GLOBE project.

Finance and Economics


The research activities pertain to contemporary issues in macroeconomics, banking, infrastructure financing and volatility in financial markets.

Marketing and Strategy


Research in this area concentrates on internet marketing, retailing, consumer well-being, consumer culture theory etc. Consulting experience in this area includes market definition studies, media planning, advertising and retailing.

Information Technology
The research activities are currently focussed on e-commerce, online trust building and e-governance.

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CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
IMI Kolkata has four Centres of Excellence aimed at fulfilling the gap of research, engagement and capacity building in the areas of Infrastructure, Financial Markets, Retail and Corporate Governance.

Centre for Infrastructure Management (CIM)


Physical infrastructure projects are largely characterized by high investments, long gestation, and specific domestic markets. Private and government players entering into such public-private partnerships must understand the specifics of project evaluation, covering issues like investor returns and risks, policy and regulatory landscape, nuances of contractual obligations and a strategic roadmap to conceptualize, enter and navigate these projects with complex institutional linkages. Social infrastructure projects mostly in health, education and other social sectors, which are funded by governments and multilateral agencies, require specialized skills to understand, analyse, comprehend and evaluate these proposals. These projects are aimed at improving government effectiveness and investment in people, and at empowering communities and promoting private sector-led growth. Objectives of the Centre The CIMF serves the increasing requirement for training, research and consultancy in the infrastructure space. It focuses on the following across various sectors: Practice of project appraisal in financial institutions and agencies and techniques forfinancing and evaluating large infrastructure projects; Study the need of capacity building and design, and deliver training programmesto meet the gap; Carry out research on the infrastructure sector, including its regulations.

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Centre for Financial Market Studies (CFMS)


The financial sector in an economy plays an important role in channelizing the resources into productive uses. A well organized, efficient, smoothly functioning financial system is an important component of a growing economy like India. The financial sector in the Indian economy has undergone significant transformation since the liberalization measures undertaken in the nineties. Financial sector reforms were aimed at enhancing efficiency and profitability, while maintaining stability in the financial sector. There are several issues and concerns that have come up with the process of transformation in recent years. Regulation of financial institutions in banking and nonbanking sectors, like mutual funds, insurance and nonbank finance companies, has become an important aspect for the smooth functioning of the sector. Introduction of new products like derivatives and other hedging instruments, and investments by Foreign Institutional Investors in the Indian stock market, have sparked many a debate. In other financial markets, like the money market and the foreign exchange market, too, there are several policy issues that need to be examined. This is because the sectors are closely linked with the macroeconomic environment and hence have some bearing on the conduct of monetary policy. Objectives of the Centre The CFMS focuses on training, research and consultancy in areas related to banking and financial sector, with emphasis on the following: Meaningful research on ongoing debates related to the financial sector; Research on the financial sector in relation to the macroeconomic environment; Policy prescriptions for policymakers on the basis of research; Building competency of the executives working with banks and other financial institutions in areas like risk analysis, business forecasting, etc.; Providing consultancy related to banking and finance.

Centre for Retail Management (CRM)


The retail sector is a vital contributor to the economic growth of a country and provides significant employment to the country's workforce. The enterprises performing in this sector are required to develop an understanding of the activities that will streamline efficient distribution functions and the interaction with firms selling goods and services for their resale or use. Retailers have to plan, function and adapt to a complex and changing business environment. Both opportunities and constraints have to be considered for prioritizing investments, focusing on areas that need efficiency, reducing costs while preserving brand and shopping experience. The Indian retail environment is considered favourable because of the growing economy, high saving and investment rates, labour force growth, significant population, perceptive middle class and increased consumer spending. Growth opportunities are evident as organized retail is predominant in urban cities and retailers contemplating early-mover advantage are focusing on Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities. The issues in regulatory frameworks, like FDI in multibrand retail, as well as improvements in backend infrastructure, development of an efficient supply chain network, availability of trained manpower and access to suitable real estate, are causes for concern and impact sectoral output. Objectives of the Centre The CRM focuses on addressing emerging needs in the retail sector, including: Capacity building; Policy decisions on developmental issues; Research in critical retailing practices; Research in consumer behaviour; Global research on the emerging markets

Centre for Corporate Governance (CCG)


The global economy has been going through phenomenal turbulence, owing to the US financial crisis, the Euro area debt problems, and apparent concern about asset bubbles forming in some parts of the emerging markets. Although sound macroeconomic management is the domain of the government, and of the regulatory and financial institutions, many of the recent events have been triggered by failures in corporate governance of individual organisations. India has been no exception and has witnessed erosion of shareholder value and stakeholder issues with the existing set of corporate governance mechanisms in vogue. The Indian corporate governance policies have gone through various stages. In the early ninetiesSecurities and Exchange Board of India was established with jurisdiction over corporate governance issues. Several committees were constituted to provide recommendations on corporate governance, namely the Bajaj Committee, the Birla Committee, the Murthy Committee and the Chandra Committee. The Birla Committee's recommendations were adopted as Clause 49 of the listing agreement by SEBI, which along with other recommendations, led to increased role of independent directors and strengthening of the audit committee. However, in spite of all these mechanisms, it was not possible to prevent corporate governance failures that have wiped out shareholder value and thrust the future of a growing company into uncertainty. There is therefore an urgent need to understand the application and effective implementation of corporate governance mechanisms by the government, institutional investors and corporate managers to prevent corporate failures. Objectives of the Centre To serve the increasing requirement for training, research and consultancy in corporate governance, the CCG focuses on the following across various sectors: Application of corporate governance policies and mechanisms for practising managers; Understanding reporting mechanisms in the context of corporate governance; Benchmarking of global good practices in corporate governance; Approaches to optimising stakeholder value creation; Techniques for balancing separation of ownership and control; Assessment of state of corporate governance and implications for investors; Understand corporate governance issues within the institutional, regulatory, legal context; Examine the interplay between the external environment and firm-level governance practices.

The Centre provides solutions for implementing better industry practices through industry forums, annual conferences, executive workshops, development programmes, industry projects, education and research, featuring top management.
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DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
IMI Kolkata regularly invites distinguished personalities from industry, academia and government to interact with students and update them on contemporary issues related to business, economics and society. Here is a list of some of the luminaries who visited us recently.

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS & RESEARCH PROJECTS


IMIKolkatahas been collaborating with CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), UK, for research focussed on exploring linkages between Corporate Social Responsibility and firm performance. The Institute has a collaboration with Oxford University in carrying out research, training and consultancy in retail management.

Dr. Kaushik Basu


Former Chief Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Government of India

Mr. Sunil Mitra


Former Finance Secretary, Government of India

Research Projects
Prof. Anup Kumar Sinha
Professor, Economics, IIM Calcutta

Prof. Biju Paul Abraham


Professor, Public Policy and Management, IIM Calcutta

The Institute's faculty members are working on a project on water and sanitation, which is funded by South Asia Network of Economic Research Institutes, through a World Bank sub-grant and is managed by Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies. The Institute's faculty has been working on a project on energy/water nexus funded by USAID (United States Agency for International Development) and managed by Tetratech ES.

Prof. Jayanta Bandyopadhyay


Professor and Head, Centre for Development and Environment Policy, Public Policy and Management, IIM Calcutta

Prof. Prasad A. Naik


Professor & Chancellor's Fellow, Graduate School of Management, University of California, Davis

The faculty has also worked on a project on Energy Environment Linkages funded by UNEP-RISOE Centre (United Nations Environment Programme) through Denmark Technical University (DTU). The Institute has also conducted several MDPs (Management Development Programmes) for senior executives from India's retail sector.

Prof. Tridib Mazumdar


Howard R Gendal Professor of Marketing and Director, Earl V Snyder Innovation Management Centre, Martin J Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York

INDUSTRY ORIENTATION
Mr. Sabyasachi Ghosh
Vice-President, Magazine, ABP Limited

IMI Kolkata focuses on collaboration with industry to develop course curriculum, specialized programmes, research and other activities. Industry executives are periodically invited to teach a part of the curriculum jointly with the core faculty members.

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THE FACULTY
IMI Kolkata has one of the best faculty-student ratios in the country. The faculty members are doctorates from premier academic institutes. They also have enhanced industrial exposure to ensure that the learning is never outdated. However, the accent is not on current trends alone, ensuring that the classical theories on management are part of the students' learning base. Twelve full-time faculty members form the core team. They are complemented by visiting and guest faculty from industries across all sectors.

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Chakrabarti, Ahindra
Director PhD (University of Burdwan)

Dr. Ahindra Chakrabartiwas Head of Finance, Accounting and Banking, IMI, New Delhi,before being entrusted with the directorship of IMI Kolkata. He has worked at MDI Gurgaon for over 18 years. In 1992-93, hepursued research work in executive education at JL Kellogg Graduate School of Management Evanston, USA, on a UNDP fellowship. He has held positions as Director, IILM, New Delhi, and Director General, Fortune Institute of International Business (FIIB). He has also taught as visiting faculty at IIM Lucknow and New Jersey Institute of Technology USA. He has handled assignments for DFID, European Commission, World Bank, ILO, National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language, State Bank of Hyderabad and Damodar Valley Corporation. He has designed and delivered training programmes in the area of financial and management accounting, general management and financial management for IAS Officers, and for India's leading public and private sector companies. He is currently Member of the Task Force of the MOU Committee of the Government of India and Independent Director of Western Coalfields Limited, a public sector undertaking.

Chatterjee, Devjani
Assistant Professor, Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management, PhD (IIT Kanpur)

Dr. Chatterjee earned B.Com and M.Com degrees from the University of Calcutta. She was a ten pointer in the semester examinations during her doctorate at IIT Kanpur. She has presented papers in international conferences and has published research and book chapters. Her current research project is based on crosscultural management with respect to the GLOBE Project. She was actively engaged in several workshops at IIT Kanpur. Before joining IMI, she worked as a visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Planning and Management in the OB and HR area. She is a reviewer with many peer-reviewed journals of publication houses, like Taylor and Francis, Emerald, etc., and has also been a reviewer in the 2nd International Conference on Decision Sciences in Global Enterprise Management.

Dr. Banerjee's academic interest spans retail marketing, advertising and consumer behavior. She has consulted with telecom companies in the retail marketing domain. She has conducted practice-oriented retail research in collaboration with Oxford Institute of Retail Management, Sad Business School, University of Oxford. She has presented and moderated sessions at the Asia Pacific Retail Conference, Malaysia 2011. She has also been actively involved in Retail Management curriculum development for National Skill Development Mission, NITTTR, Ministry of HRD. She writes for leading management journals and has been a reviewer for leading publishing houses. Banerjee, Mohua
Associate Professor-Marketing, Retail PhD (University of Calcutta)

Chattopadhyay, Rachana
Assistant Professor, Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management PhD (Calcutta University; under the Fellowship of ISI, Kolkata)

Dr. Chattopadhyay is a doctorate in Applied Psychology from Calcutta University, a course she pursued under the fellowship of Psychology Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. After receiving her PhD, she joined as a visiting fellow in the School of Social Psychology, Australian National University, Canberra, for post-doctoral research. Before joining IMI Kolkata, she was a faculty member at the ICFAI Institute for Management Teachers, Hyderabad, and ICFAI Business School, Kolkata. She has published articles in conference publications and reputed international journals. She chaired the session on organizational behaviour in the European Post-Doctoral Summer School organized by European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Berlin. She has also received the Young Scientist Award from Indian Science Congress Association.

Dr. Chatterjeehas BCom (Hons) and MCom degrees from the University of Burdwan and stood first with a first class at both levels. He also has a PGDBA in financial management from Symbiosis, Pune. He earned his PhD from Burdwan University in Financial Restructuring through Buyback of Shares, for which he obtained the best paper award from IIM Ahmedabad in 2010. He has published several research papers, book chapters and articles in national and international journals. He has also presented papers in global seminars and conferences. Prior to joining IMI Kolkata, he served as an Assistant Professor in Accounting and Finance at St. Xavier's College, Kolkata, for five years. Chatterjee, Chanchal
Assistant Professor, Finance & Accounting PhD (University of Burdwan)

Chatterjee, Sarojakshya
Professor, Finance PhD (IIT Kharagpur)

Dr. Chatterjee, a certified associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers and member of Indian Society for Training and Development, isa dynamic banker with over 33 years of experience. He is a visiting faculty in banking to ICFAI Business School, Kolkata, and Techno India Institute of Technology and Management, Kolkata. He was incharge of the HRD and training management of a reputed nationalised bank, and successfully upgraded training colleges for ISO 9001:2008 certification. His core strength has been loan administration, retail and consumer credit, banking business development, relationship management and profit planning.He has successfully handled the Credit portfolio at branches, zonal offices and corporate offices. He has designed customer-friendly credit schemes for the retail and priority sectors and NBFCs. Dr. Chatterjee has published articles in IIBF's Indian Banking Journal and RBI journals.

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Dasgupta, Buroshiva
Professor, Communication PhD (University of Calcutta)

Prof. Dasgupta was awarded PhD by Calcutta University for his thesis New Media & New Poetics: The Changing Interface. He has over 25 years' experience as a journalist in various capacities like staff reporter, special correspondent, assistant editor, resident editor, consulting editor in newspaper groups like Statesman, Times of India, Economic Times, Financial Express and Indian Express. Apart from full-time teaching assignments in Africa and Manipal (as Director, Manipal Institute of Communication), he was a visiting faculty to universities of Calcutta, Jadavpur and Visva Bharati. He is a member of the Board of Studies and an empaneled examiner at various universities. He was communication consultant for the UNICEF-funded geographical information system (GIS) project for the Government of West Bengal (KMDA). He has co-authored two books, The Natural Wonders of India and Nepaland The Natural Wonders of Asia.

Mukherjee, Paramita
Associate Professor, Economics PhD (Jadavpur University), MS-QE (ISI)

Dr. Mukherjee is an alumnus of Presidency College, Kolkata. She has an MS in Quantitative Economics from ISI and PhD from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. She has 14 years' experience in industry, research and teaching, with stints at AC Nielsen, ORG MARG, ICRA, ICFAI Business School, Institute of Engineering and Management, etc. She teaches managerial economics, macroeconomics, statistics, business research methods and international finance. She has also taught time series analysis in Presidency College and Kalyani University as part of her PhD coursework. Her research interest lies in applied financial economics and time series analysis. She has worked on contemporary issues in the financial sector, like FIIs, mutual funds, stock market volatility, return and volatility spill over, etc. She has authored a number of research papers in international journals and conferences.

A doctorate from IIM Lucknow, Prof. Ganguly was an Assistant Professor at Chandragupt Institute of Management, Patna, where he undertook projects such asTourism Enterprise Survey in Bihar (commissioned by the Bihar Government; under the technical assistance of International Financial Corporation) and Study on Computer Aided Learning Centres under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. He has also published papers in reputed journals such as International Journal of Electronic Business, Tourism Recreation Research and Journal of Information Science and Technology. Ganguly, Boudhayan
Assistant Professor, Operations and Technology Management Fellow (IIM Lucknow)

Nag, Tirthankar
Associate Professor, Strategy Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad)

Dr. Nag teaches strategic management, research methods, managing consulting engagements and developing infrastructure businesses. He has visiting faculty for doctoral courses in the energy sector at IIM Ahmedabad and strategic management at IIM Calcutta. He has authored a book and several book chapters, and peer reviewed papers in international journals. He has received several awards from IIM Ahmedabad and holds a certificate from the World Bank Institute. He also has a BE in electrical engineering from Jadavpur University. He has been a consultant for companies in the energy and water space on behalf of PWC, KPMG, and SBICAPS, dealing with strategy, policy and regulatory advisory. He has also worked with CESC in distribution planning. He has provided advisory services to Indian and international organizations in the energy sector, including World Bank, UNEP , DFID, USAID and ADB.

Mishra, Nandita
Associate Professor, General Management PhD (Jankidevi Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai)

Dr. Mishra has over 19 years of teaching experience in education and research. An MA and M.Phil in Economics and a gold medallist both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, she has wide experience in teaching managerial economics and economic environment for business to management students in India and abroad. She has over five years of teaching experience in Mazoon College for Management and Applied Sciences, Oman, affiliated with the University of Missouri Rolla. She has published several research papers, and addressed many international conferences and conventions. She was the Chairperson-Academics of ISB&M. During her association with MDI Murshidabad, a branch of MDIGurgaon, she designed, delivered and ledseveral Management Development Programmes.

Roy Chaudhuri, Himadri


Assistant Professor, Marketing PhD (University of Calcutta)

Dr. Roy Chaudhuri has over 13 years' experience in industry, research and teaching. He worked with various advertising and market research firms, and institutes like National Institute of Technology Durgapur, Institute of Rural Management, Anand, etc. He has also taught at the Vinod Gupta School of Management. He was associated with EDI-BNCCI endeavours to train small and micro entrepreneurs. He teaches courses on core marketing, consumer behaviour, branding, etc. and has multiple doctoral students. He has significant exposure in market definition studies for public and private sector organisations. His research interest lies in culture consumption theory, consumption and well-being. His research has been published in leading journals. He is conducting international collaborative research with experts from the US, Australia, France and India. He is a reviewer for journals and books published by Sage, Taylor-Francis, Pearson, etc.

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Faculty members from IMIDelhi teaching at IMIKolkata


Arora, R K
Professor, Finance PhD (IIT Delhi), FICWA, FCS, MBA (Finance)

Bhaumik, Pradip P
Professor, Quantitative Techniques & Operations Management, Fellow in Management (IIM-A)

Rizvi, Irfan
Professor, Human Resource & Organisational Behaviour PhD, University of Delhi

Vancheswar, Vijay
Professor, Marketing PhD (TQM), IIT Delhi

Dr. Arora teaches Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management at IMI Kolkata.He is an alumnus of University Business School, Chandigarh, and a fellow member of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India, Kolkata, and the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi.With over two and a half decades of industry, teaching and research experience, he has worked in Engineers India, EicherGoodearth, Uptron India and the UPStock Exchange Association.His areas of research interest include investment, management, risk management and managerial accounting.

Banik, Arindam
Dean (Research) & Professor, Economics PhD, Delhi School of Economics

Dr. Banik teaches International Finance at IMI Kolkata.His fields of specialization are international trade and services, global financial imbalance, development economics, the structure and organization of financial markets and payment systems, technology transfer and strategic analysis of markets and economics. He started his career as a foreign exchange trader for American Express Bank, Dhaka. He has published over 100 articles and has taught at University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. He is the editor of the Global Business Review, on the Advisory Board of the e-Social Sciences, Asian Business and Management and the Journal of Public Sector Policy Analysis.He holds the position of ACC Chair Professor in International Finance and Business at IMI, and has set up a research cell entitled, Prospect of Indian Cement Companies' Business in Neighbouring Countries. He has consulted with several corporations, like Ministry of Rural Development, ACC, ADB, UNIDO, World Bank, ILO, IRDC, CIDA, GTZ.

Prof. Bhaumik teaches Operations Management at IMIKolkata.A Fellow of IIM Ahmedabad he has a BTech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Delhi. He also pursued a post-graduate programmein Industrial Engineering at National Productivity Council, New Delhi. He has over 25 years of experience in teaching, research and consultancy at IMI. Prior to joining IMI, he has been a senior consultant with the National Productivity Council (NPC) conducting consultancy assignments and in-company training programmes forclient organisations as well as organising, conducting and taking sessions in NPC's national and regional trainingprogrammes. He has consulted with many Indian companies and MNCs, and international organisations like UNDP , USAID and GTZ. His research interests include international trade, investment, innovation and R&D management, supply chain management, goal programming, game theory, regulation, project management and multi variant analysis applications in management.

Dr. Rizvi teaches organisational behaviour and HR at IMIKolkata.He is a professor of leadership and change management at IMIDelhi. Prior to joining IMI, he has been a professor and director at IILM Graduate School of Management. In a career spanning 23 years,he has taught, trained, researched and consulted with corporations.As a researcher, Dr Rizvi has supervised many doctoral theses and has published extensively in peer reviewed journals in India and abroad. He has led various research and consulting projects sponsored by AusAID-Australia, DFID-UK, SDCSwitzerland, WHO, and World Bank. He is a visiting professor of Organisational Behaviour for the MBA programmes at the National Graduate School of Management, Australian National University, Canberra; Shanghai University; and International School of Management, Dakar, Senegal, and other universities. He has lectured and offered seminars in several countries around globe. He is a recipient of many awards, including Vice-Chancellor's Award for merit position in MSc, Rotary Youth Leadership Award, and the US Department of State Fellowship under Future Leaders Programme.

Dr. Vancheswar teaches strategic brand management at IMI Kolkata. He has close to three decades of experience in industry and academia. A doctorate from IITDelhi in TQM relating to issues of customer focus and organisational development, he also holds a master's degree in management & systems from IITDelhi and a degree in Metallurgical Engineering from PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, Madras University.His corporate experience spans both large multinationals and Indian organisations, such as ABB, Dabhol Power, DLF, GMR Group and Gammon India, in the areas of communications, marketing services, corporate identity and reputation management, advertising, promotions, business ethics and CSR.

Mehra, PC
Professor& Chairperson Admissions, Marketing PGDBM(XLRI, Jamshedpur)

Srivastava, Bhupen
Professor, Human Resource & Organisational Behaviour PhD, Southern Illinois University

Prof. Mehra teaches advertising and sales promotion, and retail marketing at IMIKolkata.He has spent over two decades in diverse sectors, ranging from FMCG to durables and semi-durables, in senior Marketing role, before entering academics over a decade and half ago. His corporate experience also spans three years spent in an overseas assignmentwhere he was responsible for turning around a sick company. He is credited with successful brand launches and project executions, besides successfully managing profit- centre responsibilities. His other interestsinclude corporate training and marketing consultancy. Before moving to IMI, he was associated with all the leading Business Schools in Delhi NCR as faculty.

Dr. Srivastava teaches leadership development at IMI Kolkata. His areas of interest are organizational development and change management, organizational design and restructuring, participative management, human resource management policy and strategy, normative approach to industrial relations and training &development. He has been involved in teaching, research and consultancy activities in India, USA, Canada, Europe and Africa for over four decades. He was Dean, Institute for Integrated Learning in Management, New Delhi; Director, FORE School of Management, New Delhi; Deputy Director, Public Enterprises Centre for Continuing Education, New Delhi; Commonwealth Advisor and Principal Consultant, Eastern and Southern African Management Institute, Arusha, Tanzania; Professor at IIM Calcutta, University of Northern Iowa and Southern Illinois University; and Visiting Professor/Fellow at International Centre for Public Enterprises, Lublijana, Slovenia; McGill University, Canada; and Foundation for Business Administration, Holland and UK. He has authored numerous books and articles.
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Curriculum

Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM 2013-2015)


Two-year, full-time programme (AICTE approved)

IMIKolkata's curriculum offers the students with electives in the fields of Marketing, Finance, Accounting and Control, Operations, IT, Economic and Public Policy, Strategy and Human Resource Management. Students are given ample opportunities to apply theoretical learning to real-life scenarios in the form of case studies, research, events, live projects, etc. Students at IMI Kolkata in a two-year,full-time programmestudy 21 courses in the first year. Each full credit

course has 3 credits or 30 hours of classroom teaching. In the first year, a student has 63 credits. For completion of the programme a student has to take a minimum of 11 optional courses (33 credits) in addition to compulsory courses in the second year. The compulsory 2nd year course include a project work spanning over 2 terms (6 credits), Strategy Implementation (3 credits) and International Business (3 credits).

The Programme IMI Kolkata offers atwo-year, full-time PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management), which is designed to prepare students for careers in corporates across all functional areas. The programme in culcates a strong sense of business fundamentals along with ethical values. The programme is approved by the AICTE. Programme Objective IMI Kolkata's two year PGDM equips students with strong conceptual skills to manage business in an integrated manner. The emphasis is on developing a holistic manager with a vision to take on the challenges of the future. Some of the key goals are: Sharpening the analytical and problem solving skills using managerial tools Imparting knowledge in functional areas of management with the objective of preparing students for crossfunctional positions in Industry Developing the student's personality with strong values and a positive attitude, so that she is recept iveto societal concerns and committed to ethical conduct

Admission Procedure Selection process IMI Kolkata provides admission on the basis of CAT (Common Aptitude Test) / GMAT scores. In addition to CAT/GMAT scores, IMI Kolkata gives considerable weightage to past academic records,including academic performance in 10th standard and 12th standard board exams and graduation. Only shortlisted candidates will be called for further screening rounds which will consist of group discussion and personal Interview. The overall objective is to identify and assess the candidate's potential for a managerial career. Applicants should note that the mere fulfilment of minimum eligibility criteria will not ensure consideration for shortlisting by IMI. Interview centres Besides Kolkata, the selection process is normally conducted at other centres including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow and Mumbai. Candidates should indicate their preferred centre(s) for interview in the application form. IMI Kolkata reserves the right to change any of the centres for the selection process, without assigning any reasons. Application form IMI Kolkata admission Bullet in can be downloaded from our website www.imi-k.edu.in Fill in the application form and submit the same, along with a payment of Rs1,900 by Demand Draftin favour of International Management Institute, payable at Kolkata. Applications, complete in all respects, should reach the Admissions Office of IMI Kolkata on or before December 31, 2012. Incomplete forms are liable to be rejected summarily. Admission Offer Admission offer to the selected candidates will be based on the assessment made during the selection process. The list of successful candidates will be announced on IMI's website. Offer letters will there after be dispatched, to the mailing address provided in the application form. Successful candidates, who have been offered admission, will be required to pay the fees as per appropriate schedule. Scholarship IMI Kolkata offers scholarships to selected students based on academic performance and financial considerations.

IMI Kolkata PGDM Courses First Year Courses


Term Sl. List of Courses No. 1 2 Trimester - I 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Business Communication Skills Information Technology for Decision Making Financial Accounting and Analysis Managerial Economics Marketing Management I Business Mathematics Organizational Behaviour I Financial Management I Macro Economics - Theory & Policy Cost & Management Accounting Marketing Management II Business Statistics Operations Management I Organizational Behaviour II Financial Management II Legal Aspects of Business Human Resource Management Management Information System Operations Management II Research Methods for Management Strategy Formulation

Elective Courses
ECONOMICS, STRATEGY & GENERAL MANAGEMENT

Sl. No. List of Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Business in Emerging Markets Corporate Governance & the Triple Bottom Line Economics of Emerging Markets Economics of Information Technology Entrepreneurship Development International Business & Economic Environment Journey to Self Legal Aspects of Business Micro Economics of Competitiveness Regulatory Economics Engagement Management Global Strategic Management
MARKETING MANAGEMENT

Programme duration IMI Kolkata followsthe trimestersystem with the academic calendar beginning in June2013. Each trimester is of 11-12 weeks' duration. As required by the course curriculum attheend of the third trimester of the first year, all students have to undergo summer internship for a period of 8-10 weeks in corporates. Eligibility for admission The candidate must possess a bachelor's degree or equivalent, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent in any discipline from a recognized university in India or abroad (recognized by the Association of Indian Universities) for admission to post-graduate programmes. The bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years' education after completing schooling in 10+2 system or equivalent. Admission to the programme is through the Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by the IIM at different centres all over the country. Foreign students and NRI sponsored candidates are also eligible and are required to take the Graduate Management Aptitude test (GMAT). Candidates appearing in the final year of their bachelor's degree or equivalent are also eligible, provided they furnish proof of meeting the minimum eligibility criteria by September 30, 2013. Apart from fresh graduates, candidates with relevant work experience are welcome to apply. 26

Trimester - II

Sl. No. List of Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Advertising Management Brand Management Business Marketing Consumer Behaviour Customer Relationship Management Digital Marketing Distribution Management Marketing of Services Marketing Research Retail Marketing Rural Marketing Sales and Distribution Management Sales Management Sales Promotion Management Strategic Management

Trimester - III

Second Year Compulsory Courses


Term Trimester IV Trimester V List of Courses Strategy Implementation Project Work International Business Project Work

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Sl. No. List of Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Business Intelligence Data & Information Security Database Management Systems (DMS) Decision Support Systems (DSS) E-Business Enterprise Resource Planning Information Systems Analysis & Design IT for Business Continuity Planning Knowledge Management Managing IT Infrastructure (MITI) Software Project Management Strategic Management of Innovation & Technology
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

Sl. No. List of Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Corporate Taxation Financial Control and Cost Management Financial Derivatives Financial Engineering & Risk Management International Finance Investment Banking Management of Banks Management of Financial Services Management of Insurance Business Private Equity Project & Infrastructure Finance Restructuring, Mergers & Acquisitions Security Analysis & Portfolio Management Valuation and Financial Statement Analysis Wealth Management & Alternate Investments Financial Econometrics
OB & HR

Proposed Programmes

Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Energy Sector Management EPGDEM 2013-15 (2 Year part-time Program) Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in General Management EPGDGM 2013-15 (2 Year part-time Program)

Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Energy Sector Management EPGDEM 2013-15 (2 Year part-time Program)
The Program IMI-Kolkata's two year Executive Post Graduate Diploma in Energy Management is designed for enhancement of executive students for careers in energy sector. The program equips executive students with strong conceptual, functional and operational skills to manage energy sector business in an integrated manner. The emphasis is on developing a holistic manager with a vision to take on the challenges of the future. Program Objective The program has been offered with the following objectives. To build awareness about the socio-economic environment, both domestic & international and its implications for businesses To hone analytical and problem solving skills using modern day managerial tools to enhance decisionmaking capabilities in general and energy sector in particular To impart state-of-art skills and knowledge in functional areas of management with the objective of preparing students for cross-functional positions in the energy sector companies and industry To develop leadership qualities integrated with strong values and positive attitude to take the organizations to a higher level and assume bigger responsibilities Program duration IMI-Kolkata follows the trimester system with the academic calendar beginning in July 2013. Each term being 13 weeks duration. The first year consists of three trimesters and the second year consists of five trimesters. The final trimester (Trimester VIII) includes Project courses / Dissertation, equivalent to six course credit. Eligibility for admission To be eligible for admission to the EPGDEM Program, the participants must possess a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent in any discipline, recognized by the Association of Indian Universities for admission to post-graduate programs. The bachelors' degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years education after completing higher secondary schooling under the 10+2 system or equivalent. The candidate should have a minimum of 2 years work experience. Curriculum The course for the EPGDEM program is spread over seven terms, each term being of 13 weeks. The first three terms are essentially devoted to core courses, across different areas of management. These are aimed at providing the executive students the conceptual understanding of the functional areas.

Sl. No. List of Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 Business Forecasting Logistics & Supply Chain Management Project Management Six Sigma Strategic Management of Innovation & Technology Total Quality Management

Sl. No. List of Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Leadership Development Consumer Psychology Organisational Development and Change Management Performance Management and Reward System Competency Mapping Advanced Topics in Organisational Behaviour Training and Development

Fee Structure
Year Account Category I Tuition Fee Text/Reading Material Student Welfare (Includes medical cover/Insurance) Library Fee Life Membership of Alumni Association Computer Fee Security Deposit (Refundable subject to obtaining clearance of all dues and damage to Institute properties/Assets). Total 6,000 15,000 7,500 175,000 10,500 First Year II 236,000 10,500 5,000 7,500 3,000 9,000 I

All figures in Indian Rupees


Second Year II 187,000 8,500 5,000 7,500 7,500 3,000 10,000 15,000 859,000 40,000 10,000 30,000 6,000 40,000 15,000 Total

Instalment Instalment Instalment Instalment

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Core Courses
Trimester I Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Subjects Business Communication Managerial Economics Sl. No. 1 2 Trimester II Subjects Cost and Management Accounting Marketing Management I Financial Management I Human Resource Management Management Information Systems Sl. No. 1 3 4 5 6 Trimester III Subjects Operations Management Marketing Management II Financial Management II Research Methods in Management Strategy Formulation & Business Ethics Business Decision and Management of Energy Sector: Focus on Power Sector

Macro Economics Theory and Policy 2

Information Technology for 3 Decision Making Business Mathematics & Statistics Financial Accounting & Analysis Organizational Behaviour 4 5 6

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Elective courses Courses in the 2nd year are designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue their interests in various power sectors. The electives have been designed especially for executive students in the power sector. List of elective courses, offered during the 2nd year of study, is given below:

Pedagogy The Pedagogy would be a combination of lectures, case discussions, presentations, assignments and project work. The primary emphasis would be on interactive and participative methods of learning. Faculty for the program is primarily in house from IMI-Kolkata but may also include visiting faculty. Guest lectures from industry practitioners are also organized to expose students to the current business environment. Schedule of classes Classes for the EPGDEM program would be held on Saturday's from 2:00 P .M. to 8:00 P .M. and on Sunday's from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P .M. to suit the requirements of the programs. Attendance in all classes is compulsory. Classes shall tentatively begin, from the 1st week of July 2013. Evaluation Emphasis is laid on continuous evaluation of an executive students' performance through the six terms, culminating in a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score, over a 10 point scale, being awarded. Class Timings Saturday : 2:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Sunday : 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.

completing higher secondary schooling under the 10+2 system or equivalent. The candidate should have a minimum of 2 years work experience. Participant profile Participants for the EPGDGM program may be from any discipline such as Engineering, Humanities, Commerce or Economics, Medicine or any other branch of education. To be eligible for admission to the EPGDGM Program minimum of two years' work experience is required.

Curriculum The course for the EPGDGM program is spread over six terms, each term being of 13 weeks. The first three terms are essentially devoted to core courses, across different areas of management. These are aimed at providing the student the conceptual understanding of the functional.

ELECTIVES FOR ENERGY SECTOR


Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Subjects Strategy Implementation Business Decision and Management of Oil Sector Business Decision and Management of Gas Sector Business Decision and Management of NonConventional Energy Sector Financial Management in the Energy Sector Cost Management in the Energy Sector Financial Reporting of the companies in the Energy Sector Derivatives and Security Analysis Supply Chain and Logistics Management Project Management Business Law in the Energy Sector Regulatory and Policy Aspect of the Energy Sector Change Management Workplace Discipline and Industrial Relations Coaching and Mentoring Performance Management System

Core Courses
Trimester I Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Subjects Business Communication Managerial Economics Information Technology for Decision Making Business Mathematics Financial Accounting & Analysis Organizational Behaviour Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Trimester II Subjects Cost and Management Accounting Marketing Management I Financial Management I Human Resource Management Management Information Systems Sl. No. 1 3 4 5 6 Trimester III Subjects Operations Management Marketing Management II Financial Management II Research Methods in Management Strategy Formulation & Business Ethics Strategy Implementation

Macro Economics Theory and Policy 2

Elective courses Courses in the 2nd year are designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue their interests in various functional areas. Students will have an opportunity to specialize in the functional area of their interest. A student can specialize in more than one area, the areas being Marketing, Finance, OB-HR and Information Systems. List of elective courses, offered during the 2nd year of study across different specializations is given below:
Sl. No. Marketing Management Organization Behaviour & Human Resource Mgmt. Financial Management Operations Management Logistics and Supply Chain Management Total Quality Management and Six Sigma Project Management Strategic Management of Innovation and Technology

Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in General Management EPGDGM 2013-15 (2 Year part-time Program)
The Program IMI-Kolkata's two year Executive Post Graduate Diploma in General Management is designed to prepare executive students for careers in industry, across functional areas. The program equips students with strong conceptual skills to manage businesses in an integrated manner. The emphasis is on developing a holistic manager with a vision to take on the challenges of the future. Program Objective The program has been offered with the following objectives. To build awareness about the socio-economic environment, both domestic & international and its implications for businesses To hone analytical and problem solving skills using modern day managerial tools to enhance decision making capabilities To impart state-of-art skills and knowledge in functional areas of management with the objective of preparing students for cross-functional positions in Industry To develop leadership, integrated with strong values and positive attitude so as to take the organization to bigger heights and assume more responsibility.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Distribution Management Consumer Behaviour Marketing Research Business Marketing Business Forecasting International Marketing Sales Management Brand Management Retail Marketing Sales and Distribution Management Advertising Management Sales Promotion and Public Relations Marketing of Services

Leadership and Team Building International Finance Leadership Facilitating Innovation & Creativity in Organization Consultancy Skills Coaching and Mentoring Compensation Management and Reward Systems Performance Management Systems Training and Development Management of Change Managerial Compensation Organizational Design and Development HR Issues in Supply Chain Management HRM in Service Sector Financial Derivatives Management of Banks Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Project and Infrastructure Finance Management of Financial Services Financial Engineering and Risk Management Restructure Acquisitions Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation Fixed Income Securities Financial Econometrics Private Equity Corporate Taxation

Program duration IMI-Kolkata follows the trimester system with the academic calendar beginning in July 2013. Each term being 13 weeks duration. The first year consists of three trimesters and the second year consists of five trimesters. The final trimester (Trimester VIII) includes Project courses / Dissertation, equivalent to six course credit. Eligibility for admission To be eligible for admission to the EPGDGM Program, the participants must possess a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent in any discipline, recognized by the Association of Indian Universities for admission to post-graduate programs. The bachelors' degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years education after

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Sl. No. Marketing Management 14. 15. 16. 17. Digital Marketing Rural Marketing Strategic Marketing Customer Relationship Management

Organization Behaviour & Human Resource Mgmt. HR and Outsourcing Role of HR in Mergers and Acquisition Measurement in IR/HR Safety, Health & Environment Labour Laws Coaching & Mentoring

Financial Management Wealth Management Investment Banking Quantitative Application in Finance

Operations Management

Eligibility for admission To be eligible for admission to the EPGDEM Program, the participants must possess a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent in any discipline, recognized by the Association of Indian Universities for admission to post-graduate programs. The bachelors' degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years education after completing higher secondary schooling under the 10+2 system or equivalent. The candidate should have a minimum of 2 years work experience.

Curriculum The course for the EPGDEM program is spread over seven terms, each term being of 13 weeks. The first three terms are essentially devoted to core courses, across different areas of management. These are aimed at providing the executive students the conceptual understanding of the functional areas.

Core Courses
The above list is only tentative and not binding on the Institute. Actual offerings will depend on the number of students showing interest in a course. The Institute may also consider new electives in line with the latest developments and feasibility to offer the same. Pedagogy The Pedagogy would be a combination of lectures, case discussions, presentations, assignments and project work. The primary emphasis would be on interactive and participative methods of learning. Faculty for the program is primarily in house from IMI-Kolkata but may also include visiting faculty. Guest lectures from industry practitioners are also organized to expose students to the current business environment. Schedule of classes Classes for the EPGDGM program would be held on Saturday's from 2:00 P .M. to 8:00 P .M. and on Sunday's from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P .M. to suit the requirements of the programs. Attendance in all classes is compulsory. Classes shall tentatively begin, from the 1st week of July 2013. Evaluation Emphasis is laid on continuous evaluation of an executive students' performance through the six terms, culminating in a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score, over a 10 point scale, being awarded. Class Timings Saturday : 2:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Sunday : 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Trimester I Business Communication Managerial Economics Information Technology for Decision Making Business Mathematics & Statistics Financial Accounting & Analysis Organizational Behaviour Trimester II Cost and Management Accounting Macro Economics Theory and Policy Marketing Management I Financial Management I Human Resource Management Management Information Systems Trimester III Operations Management Marketing Management II Financial Management II Research Methods in Management Strategy Formulation & Business Ethics Business Decision and Management of Energy Sector: Focus on Power Sector

Elective courses Courses in the 2nd year are designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue their interests in various power sectors. The electives have been designed especially for executive students in the power sector. List of elective courses, offered during the 2nd year of study, is given below:

Proposed Part Time Programmes Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Energy Sector Management 2013-15 (2 Year part-time Program)
The Program IMI-Kolkata's two year Executive Post Graduate Diploma in Energy Management is designed for enhancement of executive students for careers in energy sector. The program equips executive students with strong conceptual, functional and operational skills to manage energy sector business in an integrated manner. The emphasis is on developing a holistic manager with a vision to take on the challenges of the future. Program Objective The program has been offered with the following objectives. To build awareness about the socio-economic environment, both domestic & international and its implications for businesses To hone analytical and problem solving skills using modern day managerial tools to enhance decision making capabilities in general and energy sector in particular. 32 To impart state-of-art skills and knowledge in functional areas of management with the objective of preparing students for cross-functional positions in the energy sector companies and industry. To develop leadership qualities integrated with strong values and positive attitude to take the organizations to a higher level and assume bigger responsibilities Program duration IMI-Kolkata follows the trimester system with the academic calendar beginning in July 2013. Each term being 13 weeks duration. The first year consists of three trimesters and the second year consists of five trimesters. The final trimester (Trimester VIII) includes Project courses / Dissertation, equivalent to six course credit.

Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5

Subjects Strategy Implementation Business Decision and Management of Oil Sector Business Decision and Management of Gas Sector Business Decision and Management of Non-Conventional Energy Sector Financial Management in the Energy Sector

Subjects Cost Management in the Energy Sector Financial Reporting of the companies in the Energy Sector Derivatives and Security Analysis

Subjects Business Law in the Energy Sector Regulatory and Policy Aspect of the Energy Sector Change Management

Supply Chain and Logistics Management Workplace Discipline and Industrial Relations Project Management Coaching and Mentoring Performance Management System

Pedagogy The Pedagogy would be a combination of lectures, case discussions, presentations, assignments and project work. The primary emphasis would be on interactive and participative methods of learning. Faculty for the program is primarily in house from IMI-Kolkata but may also include visiting faculty. Guest lectures from industry practitioners are also organized to expose students to the current business environment. Schedule of classes Classes for the EPGDEM program would be held on Saturday's from 2:00 P .M. to 8:00 P .M. and on Sunday's from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P .M. to suit the requirements of the programs. Attendance in all classes is compulsory. Classes shall tentatively begin, from the 1st week of July 2013.

Evaluation Emphasis is laid on continuous evaluation of an executive students' performance through the six terms, culminating in a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score, over a 10 point scale, being awarded. Class Timings Saturday : Sunday : 2:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.

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Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in General Management EPGDGM 2013-15 (2 Year part-time Program)
The Program IMI-Kolkata's two year Executive Post Graduate Diploma in General Management is designed to prepare executive students for careers in industry, across functional areas. The program equips students with strong conceptual skills to manage businesses in an integrated manner. The emphasis is on developing a holistic manager with a vision to take on the challenges of the future. Program Objective The program has been offered with the following objectives. To build awareness about the socio-economic environment, both domestic & international and its implications for businesses To hone analytical and problem solving skills using modern day managerial tools to enhance decision making capabilities To impart state-of-art skills and knowledge in functional areas of management with the objective of preparing students for cross-functional positions in Industry To develop leadership, integrated with strong values and positive attitude so as to take the organization to bigger heights and assume more responsibility. Program duration IMI-Kolkata follows the trimester system with the academic calendar beginning in July 2013. Each term being 13 weeks duration. The first year consists of three trimesters and the second year consists of five trimesters. The final trimester (Trimester VIII) includes Project courses / Dissertation, equivalent to six course credit. Eligibility for admission To be eligible for admission to the EPGDGM Program, the participants must possess a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent in any discipline, recognized by the Association of Indian Universities for admission to post-graduate programs. The bachelors' degree or equivalent qualification obtained by the candidate must entail a minimum of three years education after completing higher secondary schooling under the 10+2 system or equivalent. The candidate should have a minimum of 2 years work experience. Participant profile Participants for the EPGDGM program may be from any discipline such as Engineering, Humanities, Commerce or Economics, Medicine or any other branch of education. To be eligible for admission to the EPGDGM Program minimum of two years' work experience is required. Curriculum The course for the EPGDGM program is spread over six terms, each term being of 13 weeks. The first three terms are essentially devoted to core courses, across different areas of management. These are aimed at providing the student the conceptual understanding of the functional.

Sl. Marketing No. Management

Organization Behaviour and Human Resource Mgmt.

Financial Management

Operations Management

Information Systems

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Distribution Management Leadership and Team Building Consumer Behaviour Leadership

International Finance Financial Derivatives

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Total Quality Management and Six Sigma

Enterprise Resource Planning Information Systems Analysis and Design Data and Information Security

Marketing Research

Facilitating Innovation & Creativity in Organization Consultancy Skills

Management of Banks Project Management

Business Marketing

Security Analysis and Portfolio Management Project and Infrastructure Finance Management of Financial Services Financial Engineering and Risk Management Restructure Acquisitions Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation Fixed Income Securities

Strategic Management Knowledge of Innovation and Management Technology Business Intelligence Software Project Management Implementing Enterprise Solutions using Cloud Computing Database Management Systems

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Business Forecasting International Marketing

Coaching and Mentoring Compensation Management and Reward Systems Performance Management Systems Training and Development Management of Change Managerial Compensation

Sales Management

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Brand Management Retail Marketing Sales and Distribution Management

Advertising Management Organizational Design Financial Econometrics and Development Sales Promotion and Public Relations Marketing of Services Digital Marketing Rural Marketing Strategic Marketing Customer Relationship Management HR Issues in Supply Chain Management HRM in Service Sector HR and Outsourcing Role of HR in Mergers and Acquisition Private Equity Corporate Taxation Wealth Management Investment Banking

Core Courses
Sl. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Trimester I Business Communication Managerial Economics Information Technology for Decision Making Business Mathematics Financial Accounting & Analysis Organizational Behaviour Trimester II Cost and Management Accounting Macro Economics Theory and Policy Marketing Management I Financial Management I Human Resource Management Management Information Systems Trimester III Operations Management Marketing Management II Financial Management II Research Methods in Management Strategy Formulation & Business Ethics Strategy Implementation

Measurement in IR/HR Quantitative Application in Finance Safety, Health & Environment Labour Laws Coaching & Mentoring Management of Insurance Business Financial Control and Cost Management

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The above list is only tentative and not binding on the Institute. Actual offerings will depend on the number of students showing interest in a course. The Institute may also consider new electives in line with the latest developments and feasibility to offer the same. Pedagogy The Pedagogy would be a combination of lectures, case discussions, presentations, assignments and project work. The primary emphasis would be on interactive and participative methods of learning. Faculty for the program is primarily in house from IMI-Kolkata but may also include visiting faculty. Guest lectures from industry practitioners are also organized to expose students to the current business environment.

Schedule of classes Classes for the EPGDGM program would be held on Saturday's from 2:00 P .M. to 8:00 P .M. and on Sunday's from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P .M. to suit the requirements of the programs. Attendance in all classes is compulsory. Classes shall tentatively begin, from the 1st week of July 2013. Evaluation Emphasis is laid on continuous evaluation of an executive students' performance through the six terms, culminating in a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) score, over a 10 point scale, being awarded. Class Timings Saturday : 2:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Sunday : 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 35

Elective courses Courses in the 2nd year are designed to offer students an opportunity to pursue their interests in various functional areas. Students will have an opportunity to specialize in the functional area of their interest. A student can specialize in more than one area, the areas being Marketing, Finance, OB-HR and Information Systems. List of elective courses, offered during the 2nd year of study across different specializations is given in the next page:

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Residential Accommodation
Hostel and Mess Fees Hostel fees amounting to Rs. 5,000 per month is payable in advance on a quarterly basis. The Institute has appointed a caterer to run the mess. The Mess will serve vegetarian breakfast, lunch and dinner at Rs. 3,000per month per person in the first year. The rate will be decided at the commencement of each academic year. It will serve non-vegetarian dishes, the schedule for which will be decided from time to time.

FINAL PLACEMENT
The Institute's Placement Cell is headed by a Faculty Member. The process of final placement starts with PrePlacement Talk (PPT), which provides an opportunity for the recruiting companies and the students to interact. The PPTs by the company about positions/profiles available gives a vital insight to each aspiring student.

STUDENT ACTIVITIES
IMIKolkata encourages students to take student- driven academic/professional initiatives to complement their classroom learning with practical applications in the real world. These activities range from organising special events focused on current affairs to carefully planned symposia and lectures that enrich the participants' professional, academic and extra-curricular interests. To achieve this, students are expected to join the student-led academic/professional clubs in different functional areas. The speakers for all club-initiated events are eminent business personalities. The events are planned and executed by the students, in close coordination with area faculty members. Here is a list of the various clubs:

SUMMER PLACEMENT
The Summer Internship Project is an integral part of the PGDM curriculum in IMI Kolkata. The current year witnessed huge economic turmoil and global slowdown. Despite these adversities, IMI Kolkata successfully placed all its students of the 2011-12batch in reputed companies. Here is a list of companies that recruited students for summer internship from IMI Kolkata during May-June 2012:

The Marketing Club


The Marketing Club Committee of IMIKolkata seeks to not only provide students with a clear perspective on marketing issues, but also develop their own opinion. The philosophy of the club is to help its members go beyond the horizons of textbooks and gain valuable insights from realworld interactions. The club undertakes several activities including quizzes, advertising games, brainstorming sessions and guest lectures.

The Finance Club


The Finance Club Committee conducts activities like stock market simulations, quizzes, and discussion groups on various contemporary issues in financial management. Besides this, it invites eminent business professionals for guest lectures.

The HR Club
The HR Clubwill not just be focused on HR as a specialisation but also help see the HR function as a domain that encompasses all the business areas. It will thereforedraw students from allfunctional disciplines, encouraging them to use this forum for developing behavioural and interpersonal skills while gaining insight into HRM practices.

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Administrative Setup at IMIKolkata


Mr. Vivek Kejriwal Manager Operations Ms Debasree Dutta Executive- Programme Ms Solanki Sengupta Assistant Librarian Mr. Subhanjan Biswas Network Administrator Mr. Amitesh Roy Executive Student Relations

Contact Us
Ms Debasree Dutta Executive Programme Email: d.dutta@imi-k.edu.in Tel: +91-33 6652 9648 Mr. Amitesh Roy Executive Student Relations Email: a.roy@imi-k.edu.in Tel: +91 33 6652 9645

Address
International Management Institute Kolkata Admission Office 2/4C Judges Court Road Alipore, Kolkata -700027 Email: info@imi-k.edu.in Website: www.imi-k.edu.in Phone Number: +91-33- 66529645, +91 8697147008