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T. A. PAI MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE


Why recruit @ TAPMI ?

For over 25 years now, T. A. Pai


Management Institute (TAPMI) has
been the beacon of management
education creating managers who
have added immense value to
organizations spread across various
industries and geographies. Located
in the international university town
of Manipal, Karnataka, TAPMI has
had a splendid legacy of ‘nurturing
wealth creators’.

With faculty of high stature and


Renowned Alumni qualifications, and students
amongst the best in the country,
• Mr. Shankar Venkateswaran, class of 1984-86 is currently TAPMI is considered amongst the
working as Director-Business Development, Higher top 20 B-schools in the country.
Education. He is responsible for market development & Students at TAPMI are admitted on
pre-sales activity for South-East Asia and SAARC Countries the basis of a selection process
excluding India, for Oracle’s solution for Higher Education that tests multiple abilities that a
Industry. would-be-manager needs to have.
• Mr. Vivek Bajaj, class of 1993 is the Vice President – And couple this with a rigorous
Corporate Trust at HSBC Bank, Bangalore. course structure, and TAPMI ends
• Mr. Rajeev Jain, class of 1993 is the CEO at Bajaj Auto up grooming students into not just
Finance, Mumbai. mere managers but well rounded
personalities with a passion for
• Mr. Anil Philip J, class of 1994 is the Vice President –
excellence, perseverance and
Business Development at IBM India, Bangalore.
success.
• Ms. Geeta Mallya, class of 1995 is the Account Group
Director at Millward Brown, Greater Detroit, U.S.A It comes as no surprise then
• Mr. Siddharth V Nair, class of 1995 is the Vice President & that TAPMI’s alumni work for
US Head - Retail, CPG, Transportation and Government SBU organizations of great repute
at Wipro Technologies. and in positions which involve
• Mr. Umang Vohra, class of 1996 is the Senior Vice President immense managerial and decision
& Chief Financial Officer at Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories. making skills. Without turning its
• Mr. Rohit Kumar Kedia, class of 1998 is a Director and heads back on the past, TAPMI has always
the Assets Liabilities Division at Emirates NBD, Dubai. kept its doors open for change
and this is reflected in an evolving
• Mr. Gagan Bhargava, class of 1999 is the Vice President –
curriculum that keeps abreast with
HR at NDTV, New Delhi.
the industry standards.
• Mr. Garapaty Srikrishna, class of 1999 is the Vice President
& Quality Assurance Manager at Bank of America, US
Division.
About TAPMI

The T. A. Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) is located in the international university


town of Manipal (Karnataka). It is among the leading management institutes
in India, and is reputed for its academic rigor and faculty-student interaction.
Founded by the visionary, Late Shri T. A. Pai, TAPMI’s mission is to provide much
needed impetus to the task of building professional management capability
in the country. In the process, it has also played a role in strengthening the
existing educational and health infrastructure of Manipal.

Since its founding in 1984, TAPMI has received recognition and respect amongst
the well-known industrial houses and academic institutions in India for the quality of
its education. Over the years, the institute has earned a name for its Post Graduate
Programme in Management (equivalent to an MBA) and the quality of student
talent it has produced. Continuous improvements in the curriculum, structure,
academic systems and faculty resources have contributed significantly to
making TAPMI a preferred centre for management education. Today, over 1900
TAPMI alumni hold responsible managerial positions in India and abroad.
About the Curriculum

TAPMI’s PGDM programme of two-year duration has evolved


through a continuous interaction of the institute with the industry
and academia, and thus enjoys a high degree of relevance and
appropriateness in the current context of globalization and
competition. TAPMI emphasizes on practice and experiential learning
and its faculty is a mixture of academic excellence and industry
practice, with about 70% having doctoral qualifications.

TAPMI attracts bright, young talents from diverse socio-cultural


backgrounds, from across the country. TAPMI students come from
different academic profiles such as engineering, commerce, arts,
science, law, pharmacy and medicine. The student population at
TAPMI reflects a fair blend of experience and youth, creating an ideal
platform for mature creativity.

The twenty seventh PGDM batch will graduate from TAPMI during
2011. The first batch of the e-GPX also graduated during 2010. The
e-GPX programme is the first of its kind in the country which focuses
on e-Governance in India. Beginning 2010-11 academic year, TAPMI
will offer three new two-year Post Graduate Diploma programmes,
in addition to its existing two year Post Graduate Diploma in
Management (PGDM) , owing to which the intake of students is
expected to increase to 360 from academic year 2010-11:

1. PGDM – Banking and Financial Services *


2. PGDM – International Business *
3. PGDM – Health Care Management. *

All the programmes are fully residential.

* Subject to AICTE approval.


TAPMI Infrastructure

In January 2009, in its 25th year of running, TAPMI shifted to a new


campus in Manipal itself. The 42 acre campus has a built-up area of
2,50,000 sq. ft and is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities.

By virtue of its sheer expanse and exquisite natural surroundings, the


campus is expected to inspire students, faculty and staff to give their
best to their professional and personal lives.

Library and IT facilities


The library is housed in a centrally air-conditioned three floored
independent building having plinth area of about 12,500 sq. ft. and
a seating capacity of 120 users. The print collection includes books,
periodicals, project reports, working papers and annual reports of
major limited companies. The electronic resources include audio/video
cassettes, CDs/DVDs and online/offline databases such as EBSCO’s
business source Complete, Proquest’s ABI Inform global, ISI Emerging
Markets, CRISIL’s Industry Analysis, NCTI’s trade-info, CMIE’s Prowess,
CapEx & EIS. The membership subscriptions include DELNET, McKinsey
Quarterly and American Information Resource Centre, Chennai.

TAPMI firmly believes in the maximal use of Information and


Communication Technology in all spheres of its activities. Faculty and
students extensively use ICT in teaching, learning, research, and allied
academic endeavors.

The institute has Video-Conferencing facilities which are used extensively


for group meetings, virtual and interactive lectures and discussions.
Two Computer Centre labs, a digital library, ten class rooms with full ICT
support, three hostel blocks having LAN connected PCs and Wi-Fi amply
enrich TAPMI’s academic machinery.
PGDM
TAPMI’s PGDM programme is accredited by the National Board of
Accreditation (NBA), India and approved by the All India Council for
Technical Education (AICTE).
With over two decades of experience, TAPMI is a pioneer in
management education and has always been innovative in its
approach to management education. It has been updating its
curriculum and programme structure to incorporate the constant
evolution of new thoughts and practices in management, as well as
to address the emerging needs of the industry.

e - GPX
TAPMI launched its e-Governance Program for Executives (eGPX)
in collaboration with the National Institute for Smart Government
[NISG], Hyderabad, on the 6th of April 2009, with 31 participants
from government and corporate sectors. The first batch of the
e-Governance Program for Executives (eGPX) graduated on
Thursday, February 18th, 2010 at its Manipal campus.

PGDM (Banking & Finance)*


There is a strong demand for qualified professionals in the
Banking, Insurance and Financial services industry and the PGDM
programme in Banking and Finance would help those desiring to
find a managerial career in the financial services industry.

PGDM (International Business)*


Businesses now require an outlook which is global in nature with a
clear focus on the nuances of doing business internationally. This
course is designed to impart skill-sets to those aspiring to do or
manage international businesses.

PGDM (Health-Care Management)*


With the emphasis given to health-care services and its
management, a number of professionals are being absorbed in
this particular area to augment the services offered by the medical
fraternity. Manipal is home to a large number of institutions offering
medical education and hence TAPMI has the unique advantage and
the expertise to offer a world class management programme in this
field.

* Subject to AICTE approval


Field Based Experiential Learning
The curriculum places great emphasis on field based experiential learning. Keeping
this in mind, TAPMI has many components in its Programme that are field-based,
such as Management-in-Practice (MIP), Outbound Programme and NGO Project.

Management-in-practice
TAPMI has many innovations to its credit. One of the more significant among
them is the Management in Practice (MIP) programme. MIP provides unique
opportunities to the students to get deeper insight and understanding about
organizations and their management practices under the expert guidance of an
industry mentor. The Association of Indian Management Schools presented this
programme the ‘Best Innovation in Management Education Award’.

Outbound
This week long programme, conducted by a specialized agency, requires students
to go through a series of activities in a challenging environment where even the
simplest tasks require planning, leadership, communication and team-work. After
going through this experience, students reflect on their learning and experiment
with new behaviours. Students are expected to make sense out of uncertainty
with the limited resources available to them and to realize the importance of team
work, communication, physical fitness as well as develop sensitivity towards the
environment.

NGO Project
The NGO Project is an important component of TAPMI’s Post Graduate Programme.
This programme enables students to sensitize themselves to the issues of
social development and management by experiential learning. Working with and
contributing to the management of NGOs, the students develop new perspectives
with respect to the role of business in society.
Events @ TAPMI
TAPMI life is full of formal and informal events that involve everyone in the fraternity –
students, staff and faculty. Student committees play a vital role in conducting various
events throughout the year.

Atharva
TAPMI hosted its Annual International Management Festival ‘Atharva’ from 8th - 10th
of January, 2010. Students from top 30 Indian B schools participated in Atharva-
2010. The Chief Guest for the inaugural ceremony was Prof. Nandini Vaidyanathan, the
former CEO of UTV and a distinguished Professor at many premier B-schools across
the globe.
The Telecom Sector was the focus of the corporate debate – Polemic. This debate was
moderated by Mr. Harish Bijoor, Brand Expert and CEO, Harish Bijoor Consults Inc.,
Bangalore. Eminent personalities participating in the debate were Mr. N. Chandra
Sekhara (GM - Marketing, BSNL, Karnataka), Mr. T R Dua (Deputy Director General with
Cellular Operators Association of India) and Mr. Saurabh Tiwari, Deputy Director General
(Tariff, PSUs and Budget), Department of Telecommunications, GOI, New Delhi. Quiz
On the Beach (QOTB) - India’s only quizzing event for corporates held on a beach saw
participants from corporates such as Yahoo, KPMG, Cognizant Technology Solutions,
Dell, Savoir Faire with Yahoo taking home the coveted trophy. Other events at Atharva
included Global Investor (Portfolio Management Game), Outcry (Stock Exchange
game) and Chakravyuh (Marketing game).
BrandScan
BrandScan is India’s largest B-school market
research fair. The fair with a 16 year history,
has a unique way of eliciting unbiased and
natural responses through the use of disguised
games and has successfully completed
over 175 projects. It boasts of a clientele of
companies ranging from FMCG to consumer
electronics to the automobile industry. TAPMI
also hosted an industry conclave titled ‘India
as a Brand’. The speakers at TAPMI’s industry
conclave included Mr. Aditya Atri, Consultant
& Former Vice President of Reliance Industries
Limited, Mr. Bijay Sahoo, Chief People’s Officer
of Reliance Retail, Mr. P.K. Mukherjee, Managing
Director of Sesa Goa, Mr. Pulin Shah, MD of v
Smart Innotech & Former National Sales Head
of IBM and Ms. Monica Doshi, CEO of Leadership
Management Institute India. This year, projects
were undertaken for Hero Honda, Durex, Parle,
Perfetti Van Melle, Shaadi.com, Wonder La, The
Week, Wildcraft, Wildstone, Amul, Fastrack,
Denver and Campus Fever.

Alumni Homecoming
TAPMI held its annual alumni meet –
Homecoming 2009 – on 7th and 8th
November, 2009 to honor and interact with its
vast and diverse alumni base. The theme for
Homecoming ’09 was “Relive, Revive, Rebuild”
invigorating not just a sense of nostalgia, but
also strengthening and rebuilding the bonds
that exist between the alumni and the alma
mater. The event was even more special this
year as it commemorated the first 3 batches of
TAPMI – 1984-86 to 1986-88.
Centers for Excellence

Centre for e-Governance, Research and leadership capabilities. The objective of TCCL is
Education [CeGRE] to enable collaboration between TAPMI’s faculty
and industry managers to work on specific
TAPMI has taken a pioneering step by launching problems / issues in strategic and operational
an executive program on e-Governance under areas. The motto of TCCL being “Together we
the tenets of the Centre for e-Governance learn business better”.
Research and Education’ [CeGRE]. Broadly,
the aims and objectives of the Centre are to: Centre for Indian Culture, Heritage and
Management [CICHM]
• Disseminate information and build
awareness among the public regarding the The Centre of Excellence in Indian Culture,
potential benefits of such projects. Heritage and Management functions as a
facilitator for bringing together the existing
• Organize systematic study and investigation
wealth of knowledge, and acts as a forum for
of ongoing e-Governance projects.
furthering research and development in its
• Sensitize the academic community about field. The Center tries to take advantage of this
issues and problems relating to successful paradigm shift and contribute in the following
project implementation and full harvesting ways-
of benefits.
• Develop a research structure for studying
• Create new intellectual output in Indian managerial models.
e-Governance space via relying on
experts and specialists from different • Conduct workshops/seminars to consolidate
academic disciplines and collaborating knowledge on the topic.
with practitioners from government and • Propagate the ideas and concepts within and
industry. outside the country.
• Act as a reliable, self-sustaining, one-point • Make comparative studies with other
center where any and all vital and germane managerial cultures.
issues having to do with-Governance can
be taken up and addressed in an advisory Centre for Inclusive Growth
role. The Center for Inclusive Growth [CIG] focuses
on the inclusion of all sections of the society
Centre for Collaborative Learning for achieving better growth. It attempts to
TAPMI Centre for Collaborative Learning conduct workshops, trainings and seminars.
(TCCL) is an initiative of T. A. Pai Management The center attempts to capture the paradigm
Institute to create a platform for interaction shift in favor of viewing the poorer class of the
with business and nonprofit organizations. society as customers (Prahalad, 2006). The
The philosophy of TCCL is to bring together center has already conducted a seminar on
the industry and academia to learn from each “Serving the Bottom of the Pyramid Customers”
other’s expertise and to eventually result in in 2009 and is poised to move forward with
scaling greater heights in management and international conferences in future.
TAPMI Silver Jubilee Leadership Lecture Series

The TAPMI Silver Jubilee Leadership Lecture Series is a series of lectures


by eminent personalities who have made significant contribution to the
growth of the country through their professional achievements. These
lectures were initiated by Tapmi as a move to commemorate its 25th year
of inception (1984-2009) and to honour the commitment and vision of the
Late Shri T. A. Pai. In all, TAPMI plans to organize twenty five such lectures by
inviting eminent Indian personalities with a similar drive and passion as its
founder, Shri T. A. Pai.
The first in the series of lectures was held in December 2009 and the guest
speaker for the occasion was Shri Salman Khurshid, Union Minister of State
(Independent charge) for Corporate Affairs and Minority Affairs. Mr Khurshid
delivered a lecture on ‘Corporate Governance’. In his address, he talked
about taking corporate governance in India to a superior level by using
the Advocacy model. He also emphasized that the main aim should be to
facilitate the transition of the directors of a company from being just the
controllers of an organization, to enlightened partners and regulators in the
growth of the company.
The second lecture was organized in March 2010. The speaker on this
occasion was Shri Rajdeep Sardesai, Editor-in-chief, CNN-IBN, and a renowned
journalist. Mr Sardesai delivered a lecture on ‘Customer Orientation and
Objective Journalism’. In his customary fashion of wit and humour, he talked
about how 24-hour news channels in the country have become “gigantic
beasts of journalism that need to be constantly fed”. He candidly discussed
the short-comings of sting journalism and shared his views on the much
debated topic of ‘paid news’.
Life @ TAPMI

Despite the academic rigour, numerous seminars, guest lectures and


symposiums that the students of TAPMI attend, the energy to pursue
cultural activities is always high. Keeping this in mind, TAPMI gives the
students various platforms to showcase their creative talents. Some of
the intra-cultural events that rock the campus are:

Episode – A three to five days cultural extravaganza specially designed


for the purpose of breaking the ice between the recently joined juniors
and the seniors. This event involves participation of students in various
games, competitions and provides some stellar performance and
showcase of hidden talents. Last year’s theme, “The Age of Havoc”
brought out the best of art, creativity and performances from the
students of the 2009-11 batch.

Goonj – A musical evening showcasing the talents of the students and


the faculty. This event spans across modern rock to classical ghazals
and involves various genres of music. A treat to every audiophile!

Naach – An evening of intense energy which involves the students


performing various styles of dance from Indian classical to hip-hop.
From solo performances to group dances, the event promises non-stop
entertainment.

Speed – TAPMI’s very own Olympics! The two week sporting extravaganza
generates healthy competition amongst students in various solo and
team events. With adrenalin running high, students participate in
sports ranging from football to athletics.

Student Exchange Program


The T A Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) nurtures a vision to be a global
business school. At TAPMI, we have designed and developed student
and faculty exchange programs to promote a greater understanding
of international issues that increases the competencies of faculty
and students who will live and work in an increasingly interdependent
world.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed with Sheffield
Hallam University, UK for student and faculty exchanges, under which
five TAPMI PGDM students visit and study at the Sheffield Hallam
University for a duration of 3 months during their course.

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Achievements

Institute Achievements 2009 -2010


• Dewang Mehta Business School Award for TAPMI
TAPMI was adjudged as one of the best 5 business schools in the country (including IIMs) with the
best Marketing stream in the 17th Business School Affaire and Dewang Mehta Award ceremony,
held at Mumbai on Nov. 5, 2009.

• TAPMI receives AIMS Award


TAPMI has received the AIMS International Appreciation Award for the year 2009 from the
Association of Indian Management Scholars (AIMS) International. The award was presented to TAPMI
on 21st Dec 2009 at the AIMS International Conference in IIM Bangalore.

• TAPMI has been ranked the No: 1 B-School in South India by UTVi.

Student Achievements 2009 – 2010


• 1st prize in the event Le Banquier D’Investissement – ‘Do the Deal’, conducted by Jamnalal Bajaj
Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai.
• 1st prize in the B-Plan competition, conducted by NITIE.
• 1st prize in the finance and operations modules in Gladiator – the flagship event of Xpressions
2009, the annual fest of Xavier Inst. of Management, Bhubaneswar (XIMB).
• 1st prize in the Shodh-Equity Research Competition organized by IIFT, Delhi.
• ‘Best Paper’ prize at IFLA 09-10 in the ‘Agriculture’ vertical.
• Best Business Plan at Alectrona ’09, a National Level B-Plan contest conducted by BIM, Trichy.
• 1st prize in Niti - the flagship event Drishti’10, SIOM, Nasik.
• 1st prize in the event “SPARSH” (Business Plan development for an NGO) held as a part of IIM
Bangalore’s annual B-School fest VISTA.
• 1st prize by Business Club of IIM-A for article on “Rural Entrepreneurship”.
• 2nd Prize in ‘Ecopreneur’, a National Level Business Plan contest conducted by KJ Somaiya, Mumbai.
• 2nd prize in Parakrama ‘09 (an ISO 9001:2000 certified event), a national level strategic
management simulation game held by the Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM), Trichy.
• 2nd prize in the RCMMF case study conducted by Agri Business Club, IIM-A
• 2nd prize at Mudra ’09, conducted by SJMSOM, IIT Bombay.
• 2nd prize at Tatva ‘09, a national level Best Summer Project Competition held at the IMT Ghaziabad.
• 2nd prize in Parijja, a national level HR paper presentation event held at the Narsee Monjee Institute
of Management Studies (NMIMS) in Mumbai.
• 2nd prize in the B-Plan competition Udyog, conducted by IRMA, Anand.
• 2nd prize in the B-plan contest ‘Tarkash’ at IBS Bangalore.
• 2nd prize in Shrijan – the national level B-Plan competition organized by IMNU (Institute of
Management Nirma University).
• One of TAPMI’s student at Wipro Summer Experience (WISE) 2009, won the ‘WiSE cracker 2009’
award for his project titled ‘Creating a practice deck for Book Publishing segment’, during his tenure
of summer internship at Wipro Technologies Ltd.
Industry Interaction
TAPMI organized “Disha”- an HR Conclave on 31st of October 2009 on the theme “Driving Organizational
Excellence”.
The event was inaugurated by Mr. Nishith Mohanty, Senior Vice-President, HR of Manipal Education and
Medical Group.
The event was attended by:
• Mr. Raghavendra, VP & Head HR, Infosys BPO.
• Mr. Sanjeev Somasundaram, Executive VP & Global Head, TESCO HSC.
• Mr. Ajay Bakshi, Talent-Head, Prudential Process management Services.
• Mr. T.K. Somasajeevan, Executive VP & Global head, Polaris.
• Dr. Pallab Bandopadhyay, VP & Head HR Asia Pacific, Perot Systems.
• Mr. S Ramadoss, VP HR & Admin, Titan Industries.
• Mr. Krishnamurthy, Group Manager HR, Titan Industries.
• Ms. Madhvi Arora, Sr. VP, E.N.I.L.
The event consisted of guest lectures on several topics such as Relevance of Recruitment, Emerging
HR Trends, Developing Global Excellence through HR Touch, The Emerging Challenges in Managing
Career Management, Talent Management, paper presentations by students and interactive sessions
with the distinguished guests.

Other Involvements

• On July 7th 2009, Mr. Shekar Viswanathan, Deputy Managing Director(Commercial),Toyota


Kirloskar Motor, Mr. P. Thiruvengadam, Senior Director, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Pvt Ltd,
and Mr. Sridhar, Senior Assistant Editor, The Hindu participated in a panel discussion on the Union
Budget of 2009.
• Mr. Indranil Deb, Principal, Mobius Strip Capital Advisors, an alumnus of 1993, visited TAPMI on 22nd
- 23rd August, 2009 and shared his learning , gained through vast experience in the industry, with
the students .
• Mr. Manish Shakalya, an alumnus of 1999 and currently the National Manager, Supply Chain
Planning at Cadbury India Limited, addressed TAPMI students and faculty on October 30th 2009.
His topic was “Supply Chain Transformation at Cadbury India Ltd (CIL).”
• On October 31st 2009, Mr. Sunil S Bhandare (Mumbai), Advisor – Economic & Government Policy,
TATA Strategic Management Group delivered a lecture on “Recession and its aftermath.”
• On November 23rd 2009, Ms. Srividya C G, an alumnus of 1997, currently working as Partner,
Valuation Services, at Grant Thornton, India visited TAPMI for a student interaction.
• On December 12th 2009, Mr. Abhishek Sinha, an alumnus of 2007, currently working in IBM Sales at
Europe along with Mr.Anupam Kumar, Head, SAP Finance Practice, IBM India, conducted a workshop
on the topic “Career Opportunities and Career Path/Growth in Information Technology and General
Trends in the IT Industry”.
• Mr. Robin Roy, Associate Director, Financial Services at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) visited
TAPMI on December 24th 2009, as an invited speaker of TAPMI Centre for Collaborative Learning
(TCCL).
Distinguished Visitors @ TAPMI

Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman of


the Planning Commission, Government of India,
inaugurated the TAPMI Knowledge Centre at
TAPMI’s Manipal campus on the 3rd of November
2009.

Dr. Isher Judge Ahluwalia, Chairperson, Indian Council for


Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER),
New Delhi, inaugurated a national one day seminar
on Economics with the theme “Next Stage of India’s
Economic Growth – Redefining the Role of Banking and
Financial Institutions”, on the 3rd of November 2009.

Shri Salman Khurshid, Union Minister of State


(independent charge) for Corporate Affairs and
Minority Affairs, delivered a lecture on ‘Corporate
Governance’ on the 23rd of December, 2009.

Shri Rajdeep Sardesai, Editor-in-chief, CNN-IBN and


renowned journalist, delivered a lecture on ‘Customer
Orientation and Objective Journalism’, on the 6th of
March, 2010.

Prof. Yash Pal, Padma Bhushan, eminent


scientist and educator, was the honorable
chief guest for the T. A. Pai Memorial Lecture
2010 held on the 15th of March, 2010.
Faculty
The full-time core faculty of TAPMI is a blend of youth and experience with academic excellence and
industry practice. The faculty has published numerous research papers and provides consulting
services to the industry.

Name Qualification
Saji Gopinath (Director) M.Tech., Ph.D. (IISc), DBF
Vasudev Rao A S B.E. (Mech.), PGDBM (XLRI), PG Dip (MetI&S), Ph.D., MISTE
Simon George M.Sc., MBA, Ph.D.
Ajith Kumar B. Tech, M.Tech., Ph.D.
Anuradha R M.A., Ph.D., Fellow (NIBM)
Badri T N M.S., Ph.D.
Chowdari Prasad MCom, CAIIB, DipTD, DipMB
Devi Prasad Bedari M.A., Ph.D.
Gururaj H Kidiyoor B.E., PGDM (TAPMI)
Jaba Mukherjee Gupta Ph.D.
Jaims K J M.A., PGDRM (IRMA)
Mohan Kumar V B. Sc. (Engg), MSE
Natarajan R C MA (JNU), PGDRM (IRMA), Ph.D
Rajiv Shah M.Com. FICWA
Raghunath Rudran B.Tech., PGDRM (IRMA)
Rajagopalan A V B. Com., A.C.A., F.I.C.W.A., M.A. (Econ), M.Phil (Econ),
M.A. (Pub. Admin.), M.Phil. (Mgmt), Ph.D.
Ramakrishna Chadaga P B.Sc., DMIT (Aero), MS (IITM), MBA, FIE, FAeSI, MISTD, MISTE
Sabuj Kumar Mandal B.Sc., M.Sc.(Econ), Ph.D.
Satyajit Majumdar B.E., Grad. Ind. Engg., F.I.E (I), M. B. A., Ph.D. (BITS)
Saji K. Mathew B.Tech., Ph.D.
B. Sasidhar PG (Stat-ISI), Ph.D
Shijin S M.Com., M. Phil., Ph.D
Sivakumar A B.Sc (Agr), MBM, Ph.D.
Srivatsa H S B.E., M.S. (IISc), Ph.D.
Sudeep Kumar S MBA, FII
Shriram Y K B. Tech., PGDM (IIM-B)
Vijaya V Ph.D.
Vrishali N Bhat M.Com., A.C.A, C.S (Inter)
List of recruiters
MIP and Final Placements 2009

Altisource Business Solutions Pvt. Ltd. Intellicap


Amul Irevna
Ashok Leyland KPMG
Auro Mira Energy Company Pvt. Ltd. L & T Infotech Ltd.
Bajaj Finance Ltd. Lister Technologies
Bank of Baroda L’Oreal
Bank of India Madison Communications Pvt. Ltd.
Bank of Maharashtra Manipal Education & Medical Group
Bata Manipal Group
Berger Paints India Ltd. Manipal Press Ltd.
BPCL Mascon Global Ltd.
Cap Foundation Mu Sigma Business Solutions
Citibank N.A. Novell, Inc.
Citicorp Finance Ojoin Marketing (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Cognizant Reliance Retail
Corporation Bank Royal Bank of Scotland
Daimler Saatchi and Saatchi
Del Monte Sify Technologies
Deloitte SRI Sterling Agro
Sundaram Clayton
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories
Tata AIG
Dun & Bradstreet
Tata Capital
First Source Solutions
Tata Motors
Genpact India
Tata Teleservices
Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co.
TCS e-Serve
Grant Thornton
Titan Industries
HDFC Standard Life Insurance Co.
TVS Lucas
HPCL
TVS Motor Company
ICICI Bank Ltd. UB Group (United Spirits Ltd.)
Idea Cellular Vedanta
IFB Automotive Wipro Consumer Care
IMS Learning Wipro Technologies
IDBI Webaroo Technology India Pvt. Ltd.
Infiniti Retail Ltd. Wep Solutions
Infosys Technologies Wockhardt/Fortis Hospitals
ING Vysya
10% 13Ͳ 24Months
8%
Banking,Insuranceand
25Ͳ 36Months
The Batch of 2009-2011 Financialservices
IT&ITES Morethan36Months

35%
Freshers

23%
55% 2% Others(Medicine,Advertising,
Academic Background
2% Retail PR etc)
Retail,PR,etc)
4% 6%
4%
Automobiles,Construction&
Manufacturing
Arts
Commerce
Engineering
Medicine
Science
7%
Management
23% 82%
Fresher
27% 1 12Months
1Ͳ 12 Months
120 111
13Ͳ 24Months
100 8% 3% 2%
7%
3% 2%
7% Work Experience- Domain
25Ͳ 36Months
Telecom 78 Telecom
80
10% 10%
Banking,Insuranceand Morethan36Months
Banking,Insuranceand
60 53
Financialservices 48 Financialservices
IT&ITES
35% 40 IT&ITES 36
Freshers
20 Freshers 12
23%
55% Others(Medicine,Advertising,
23%
0 Retail PR etc)
Retail,PR,etc) 55% Others(Medicine,Advertising,
2% Automobiles,Construction& Retail PR etc)
Retail,PR,etc)
Marketing Finance Systems Operations HR Gen.
2% 4%
Manufacturing Automobiles,Construction&
management
4% 6% Manufacturing

Arts
7%
23%
Commerce
Fresher 7%
Engineering
Work
27%Experience- Duration 1 12Months
1Ͳ 12 Months
23%
Fresher
13Ͳ 24Months
Medicine
8% 27% 1 12Months
1Ͳ 12 Months
25Ͳ 36Months Science
13Ͳ 24Months
Morethan36Months 8%
Management
25Ͳ 36Months
35% 82% Morethan36Months

2% 35%
2% 4%
1204% 111
6%

2%
100 Arts 2% 4% 6%
4%
Areas of Interest
Commerce
78
80 Engineering
No of Students

Medicine Arts
60 Science 53 Commerce
Management
48
Engineering
40 82% 36
Medicine
Science
120 20
111 Management
12
100 82%
0 78
80
Marketing Finance Systems Operations HR Gen.
53 120 111
60
48 management
40
36
100

20 12 78
80
0
60 53
Marketing Finance Systems Operations HR Gen. 48
Placement Secretariat
Placement Committee

Prof. Y.K Shriram


Chairman-Placement
Direct: +91 080 41501630
Mobile: +91 97400 33434
Fax: +91 820 2570699
Email: placement@tapmi.edu.in /shriram@tapmi.edu.in

Ms. Kalindi Bhat


Assistant Placement Officer
Direct: +91 820 2701018
Fax: +91 820 2570699
Email: kalindi@tapmi.edu.in

Placement Committee
Abhishek Mehta +91 9844700278
Ajay Verma +91 9741857036
Appachoo N K +91 9886674081
Gaurav Mathur +91 9379746248
J Krishnan +91 9886857308
Prateek Swarup +91 9972308016
Rahul George +91 9886244932
Sanjay Pai +91 9945831771
Saranathan +91 9036243597

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