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H I S T O R Y

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proposal by Dr. M.K.Chaudhuri to set up the Institute under the name of “Institute for Planning and Administration of National Economy” was forwarded to Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, the then Prime Minister and Chairman, Planning Commission, Government of India. A study tour was undertaken by Dr. M.K.Chaudhuri during 1964-65 to acquire first hand knowledge about the working of similar institutions in Europe. A working paper on Regional Planning was circulated under the name of “Indian Institute of Planning” in 1969. The Institute was established in 1973. The founder Director took over as Research Professor and Director after resigning from professorship of Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore. The first residential Full-Time Post Graduate Diploma Programme commenced on 12th August, 1974, with students selected through admission tests-cum-interviews held in Delhi, Calcutta, Bombay and Bangalore. Admission tests-cum-interviews have so far been held in 15 centres, namely, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneshwar, Mumbai, Pune, Calcutta, Chandigarh, Delhi, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Chennai, Patna and Trivandrum.

Dr. M.K.Chaudhuri Research Professor & Founder Director

IIPM provides students with more than 2,00,000 sq. ft. of built-up infrastructure through its various campuses. IIPM is headquartered in Delhi’s premier institutional area (Qutab Institutional Area) where it operates from two buildings, the New IIPM Tower & the Old IIPM Tower which together provide more than 60,000 sq. ft. of state-of-the-art infrastructure. The Institute has a more than 5 acre campus in Mehrauli, New Delhi. IIPM has also another campus of about 5 acres 24 miles away from the centre of Delhi (near Gurgaon, a Delhi Metropolitan Area Town). IIPM has a branch in Mumbai. The Mumbai classes are held in IIPM Tower, an architectural wonder situated in Bandra the heart of Mumbai. Further IIPM branches are also there in Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad & Hyderabad - all operating from similar modern buildings with state-of-theart facilities. Besides, Centre for Advanced Management & Faculty Development with residential facilities, is located in Simla.

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Aims & Objectives

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he Indian Institute of Planning and Management aims at initiating training and research on problems of development that must be solved for

realising planned national objectives. Unfortunately education in India has still remained primarily oriented towards the needs of the private sector and has overlooked the specific requirements of the public sector. We have even failed to do justice to the private sector in as much as we have not succeeded in impressing upon the students the basic framework within which the private sector has to operate in our country. The scope and role of the private sector in our country, in the context of national economic planning, is quite distinct from that of the private sector in the free market economies originally developed through colonial exploitation. Problems of development of the private and the public sectors are, therefore, to be studied and analyzed carefully in the background of national economic planning. Otherwise, we shall not be able to translate the laudable goals of plans into physical realities, however sophisticated the planning models may be. Inspite of the basic differences that exist between the private and the public sector, once the strategy for planned

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development has been formulated, both the sectors must draw up their operational plans in a complementary way to realize the planned objectives. Otherwise, we may find them working at cross purposes. The Indian Institute of Planning

Naveen Chamoli ‘95

and Management has set before it the twin tasks: to reorient

education and research towards the needs of both the sectors and to establish the link between the national economic planning and the “To be true, I had no idea about how life after IIPM was going to be, though, at IIPM life was wonderful and full of excitement. We used to work hard, on projects and cases, at times wondering how it was going to benefit us in the future. Then, we went for our summer training and realised that we actually were better than all others around because of our extensive focus on projects and case based discussions with less focus given on lecture oriented teaching. After IIPM, I got placed in one of India’s largest information technology organisations. Interactions there made me realise that the extensive focus on economics had made me intellectually superior to all others around. I couldn’t stick there for long and came back to where I belonged : IIPM. Did my research, shared my experiences with the students while taking a few classes and now I am back in the industry, enjoying giving consulting to some of the top companies in the country”. Sourav Chatterjee (‘92), Xerox development of private enterprises in our country. As an educational institute, we aim at developing a three dimensional personality in our students, viz (1) pursuit of knowledge, (2) commitment to economic, social and cultural upliftment of masses and (3) cultivation of taste for literature, fine arts etc. If we succeed, we shall turnout barefoot leaders and entrepreneurs who are committed to the masses and are so urgently needed by the country.

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Faculty

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he faculty comprises of more than 250 permanent members and more than 150 visiting members.

The permanent members of the faculty are mostly IIPM alumni with exceptional academic records and industry experience. Roughly 35% of the permanent faculty at IIPM are women. They are phenomenally committed to the cause of creating future entrepreneurial managers with a difference; Managers who would not only concentrate on profit maximisation but also on welfare maximisation. They divide their time among four complementary activities : research, course development, teaching and consulting. They devote a lot of time to their students Mr. Vasant Sathe During a seminar on : ”Poverty Eradication of Indian Masses”

We need to understand that sustainable growth can be achieved only by committing ourselves to macro level growth strategies that would encompass the bottom 80% of the population and not just the top 20%. This conscientious approach would make a growth rate of 12% per capita per annum possible. In the light of globalization of Indian economy and capitulation of Indian brands, it is imperative for tomorrows leaders to be aware of the above mentioned facts, so that they can face with confidence the emerging global challenges of international markets, while remaining committed to remove massive poverty of Indian masses within a generation... While some wealthy nations enjoy the luxury of material a plenty, the fact remains that more than twice the number of people killed in the 2nd world war die every year of hunger and curable diseases and yet we fail to realise that unrestricted satisfaction of all desires is not conducive to human well being nor is it the way to happiness or even maximum pleasure. When these wealthy nations today talk of being one with rest of the world and of concepts of global village, their talks simply stink of hypocrisy. The time has come for India to lead the way in showing that this carnage can be stopped with the help of determined leadership and long term committed vision... The Indian managers need to develop a strong vision for their companies and most importantly for the people who work for them apart from having a terrific sense of commitment for the country, great motivational skills and leadership qualities. A growth rate of 12% per capita per annum would imply that India can beat U.S.A. in terms of purchasing power parity within the next 25 to 30 years and become economically the strongest country in the world. For this the government of India needs to support the Indian organisations with suitable pro people, pro India policies which would help Indian organisations to become stronger and compete in the world markets successfully... Future leaders must be aware of this and not remain intellectually handicapped. Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri Hony. Dean - Centre for Ecomonic Research & Advanced Studies

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not only to help them overcome their professional problems but also to contribute to their personal development. The faculty associated with IIPM maintains an exceptional standard in conducting leading - edge research that is directly related to course development. Every year new dimensions are added to the existing class material. Research has helped IIPM develop its own subjects like “Beyond Principles of Management and Economics” wherein students are taught concepts like survival of the weakest, the law of increasing marginal utility, apart from the age old concepts of survival of the fittest in the market economy and law of diminishing marginal utility etc. IIPM has developed its own model to calculate the contributions of each member of the society in order to create a just and equitable society. Ever since its inception, the faculty focus has been on aspects oriented towards creation of a more happier as well as a growth oriented society. Therefore, all seminars conducted at IIPM are on topics oriented towards growth and well being. The students thus get a chance not only to learn from the faculty but also to discuss and debate the concepts they learn with the decision makers of the economy. The invitees have comprised amongst others, people like Prof. Md. Yunus from Bangladesh, who has been applying welfare aspects of economics to real life situation to single handedly try and change the future of millions of people in his country through splendid visionary entrepreneurship which has resulted into the creation of the internationally acclaimed “Grameen Bank”. Mr. Madhu Dandavate An informal chat with the students during a seminar break Mr. Natwar Singh During a seminar on : ”Entrepreneurship Development in India” Prof. Md. Yunus During an informal get together with the faculty of IIPM

Members of Faculty*

6 Nirmalya Acharjee, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Asst.Dean-Administration, IIPM Chennai) P.C. Bagga, M.Sc., Ph.D. B.P. Bandopadhyay, M.E., Ph.D. Arundhati Banerji, M.A.(Econ.), P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Associate Dean - Academic & Controller of Examinations) Prashanto Banerji, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. V.K. Batra, M. Com., Ph.D. Shishir Bhattacharjee, D.C.H.S.E Shubho Shekhar Bhattacharjee, P.G.D.P.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean, Centre for Planning & Entrepreneurship, IIPM Mumbai) Jayanto Chakarborty, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Asst.Dean, Academics-IIPM, Chennai) Arindam Chaudhuri, H.D.I.E., P.G.D.P.M., M.A.(Econ.), F.I.I.P.M. (Hony. Dean, Centre for Economic Research & Advanced Studies and Director, Three Year Integrated Programme) Anirban Chaudhury, P.G.D.M, ; A.F.I.I.P.M. Kulbir Chauhan, P.G.D.M, (Asst.Dean, Administration-IIPM, Pune) M. K. Chaudhuri, M.Sc., Ph. D., D.Sc. (Research Professor & FOUNDER DIRECTOR) Ratna Chaudhuri, M.A., B.Ed., P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Registrar) Rajita Chaudhuri, H.D.I.E., P.G.D.P.M., M.A.(Econ.), A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean, Centre for Undergraduate Studies - IIPM) S. Chaudhuri, M.A., P.G.D.P.M. (FMS), Ll.B V.K. Chopra, M.B.A., Ph.D. Naveen Chamoli, M.A.(Econ.), P.G.D.P.M. (DeanAcademics, IIPM Mumbai) Sourav Chatterjee, P.G.D.P.M. (Dean, Centre for Planning & Entrepreneurship, IIPM Delhi) Namita Chetri, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. Ruddar Dutt, M.A., Ph.D. Arnab Dam, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. Shouvick Dutta, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (DeanAdministration, IIPM Mumbai) Abhimanyu Ghosh, P.G.D.M., ; A.F.I.I.P.M. Satyabrata Dutta Gupta, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean-Administration, IIPM Hyderabad) Jaydip Dutta Gupta, P.G.D.M., ; A.F.I.I.P.M. N.K. Gupta, M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D. Mamta Gupta, P.G.D.M,; A.F.I.I.P.M. S.Hajra, M.A.; F.I.I.P.M. P.K. Jain, M.Com., Ph.D. S.S.Pujala, P.G.D.M.,; A.F.I.I.P.M. S.Kaimal, Chartered Engineer K.C. Kapur, B.E. G.K. Kapoor, M.Com., Ph.D. A.Kanda, M.E., Ph.D. M.C. Kapoor, M.Com., Ph.D. N.K. Kalra, M. Com., Ph.D. S.K. Khandelwal, M.Com., Ph.D. Ashok Kumar, M.A., Ph.D. V.Kumar, M.B.A. Sabiena Kumar, M.A. (Econ.), M.B.A. Vistasp Malegamwala, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Asst.Dean-Academics, IIPM Bangalore) J.M. Mahajan M.E., Ph.D. Rakesh Malhotra, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. (DeanAdministration, IIPM Delhi) Rohini Mehtani, M.A.(Econ.), P.G.D.P.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. Rohit Manchanda, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. S.K. Moitra, M.A.

Guru to all. Dr. N.R.Chatterjee, a guiding force behind IIPM
Prasoon Majumdar, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean- Academics, IIPM Delhi) T.K. Nagpal, M.Com., Ph.D. Shailendra Pathak, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean-Administration, IIPM Pune) Bindra Prasad, M.Com., Ph.D. R.K. Pandey, M. Com., Ph.D. Amlan Ray, MBA (Dean-Administration, IIPM Chennai) A.Sandeep, M.Com. P.G.D.M.(IIM-C) ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean-IIPM) S.Sampat, M.Com., F.C.A. Amit Saxena, M.B.A. (Dean-Administration, IIPM Delhi) G.S. Sekhon, M.E., Ph.D. A.K. Sengupta, M.A. B.R. Seth, M.A., Ph.D. A.S. Sharma, M.Tech. Anirudh Sharma, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. Shyam Sunder, M.Com., M.Phil. S.S. Pujala, P.G.D.M. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Asst.DeanAdministration, IIPM Hyderabad) D. Sushila, M.B.A. ; A.F.I.I.P.M. Deepak Shah, P.G.D.P.M.; A.F.I.I.P.M. (Dean, Centre for Undergraduate Studies - IIPM, Mumbai) Sushil. M.E., Ph.D. U.C.Tiwari, B.E.
*It is a partial list of faculty members. The list includes mainly the names of professors in the permanent faculty with key positions in various IIPM branches. Besides, it includes some names of visiting and guest professors.

Economics

Dr. M.K.Chaudhuri Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri Dr. Bharat Jhunjunwala Dr. K.R.G.Nair Prof. Prasoon Majumdar

Dr. Ruddar Dutt Prof. S.Hajra Dr. Sri Ram Dr. Ashok Kumar

Dr. M.Adhikari Dr. A.Sanyal Dr. Dalip Swamy Dr. V.K.Seth

Finance

Dr. R.S.Dhankar Prof. Neetika Sathe Dr. S.K. Chaudhuri Dr. V.K.Batra

Prof. A.Sandeep Prof. Sampat Kumar Dr. T.K.Nagpal Prof. Hari Haran

Dr. P.K.Jain Dr. N.K.Gupta Dr. A. Handa Dr. C.D.Bhattacharya

Marketing

Prof. A.Sandeep Prof. S.S.Mehta Prof. Sourav Chatterjee Prof. Rohini Mehtani Prof. A.K.Sengupta Prof. Shubho Sekhar Bhattacharjee

Prof. V.Chabbra Prof. V.Nagrani Prof. Naveen Chamoli Dr.V.K.Chopra Dr. R.K.Pandey

Prof. Veena Kumar Dr. A. Pandit Prof. Rajita Chaudhuri Prof. D. Shusheela Dr. M.C.Kapoor

Personnel

Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri

Dr. J.K.Mitra

Dr. N.R.Chatterjee Dr. Mala Sinha Prof. Sumit Chaudhuri

Prof. Shubho Sekhar Bhattacharjee Dr. B.R.Seth Dr. A. Venkatraman Prof. Ratna Chaudhuri Prof. Satish Kumar Prof. A.K.Guha

General Management

Dr. M.K.Chaudhuri Prof. Rohini Mehtani Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri Prof. Prashanto Banerjee

Dr. Utpal Banerjee Prof. A.Sandeep Prof. D.Susheela Prof. A. Ghosh

Prof. S.Kaimal Prof. Rohit Manchanda Prof. Suneel Bakshi

Production

Dr. B.P.Bandopadhyay Dr. K.C.Kapoor

Dr. D.R.Gupta Dr. G.S.Shekhon

Dr. J.M.Mahajan Col. A. Sharma

QT & Operations Prof. Rajita Chaudhuri Prof. Arundhati Banerjee Dr. Kanti Swaroop

Prof. U.C.Tiwari Prof. Shyam Sunder Dr. Bindra Prasad

Dr. M.P.Gupta Dr. P.C.Bagga Dr. S.K.Khandelwal

* The list is indicative of the exceptionally talented and nationally renowned experts who have been associated with IIPM

Academic Areas & Groups*

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Alumni & Placements

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embers of IIPM alumni society of more than 3,000 enjoy a life long association with one another and with the institute, which aims to serve as an intellectual and professional

home base for its graduates throughout their careers. No particular career path is typical for IIPM graduates, who can be found in every field, business function, and geographical location. IIPM alumni currently would be found in various Fortune 500 companies, as well as in organisations of all sizes. In addition, a large percentage of IIPM graduates describe themselves as self employed within 10 to 15 years of graduation, trying to create an impact through their own entrepreneurial ventures. IIPM alumni clubs are spread all over India, actively involved in various rural development and social upliftment programmes. Last year more than 200 companies ; from Fortune 500 Companies to MNC’s & Start-ups participated in IIPM’s campus placements, which is a record in India. Given below is a shortlist of those companies which confirmed for our final placements in the last three years :

Aparna Kumar ‘95

Accor Amrop Anand Group Anthem A.K Capital Services AAR ESS EXIM Accord PR AKC Group Asian Paints Bajaj Capital Banaras House Bentley Birla Trexim Blowplast Ltd. Baan Infosystems

BirlaSunLife Insurance Bose Corporation Burgundy Infotech Chicago Pneumatic China Trust Bank CII Cimmco Birla Cipla Citicorp Compaq Chambal Fertilizers Ltd. CitiCorp E-Serve Coca Cola

Cosco Denso India Dainik Bhaskar Dainik Jagran Dara Shaw Direm DRS Ltd. DS Group Ernst & Young Elbee Emery Worldwide Eternit Everest Expeditors Egon Zender Executive Access

Future Soft Solutions Fag Precision G.E.Capital Gestetner Global Telecom Goodyear Geep GTC HCL Infosystems HCL Perot HDFC HRDC HSBC HT.com

Hero Motors Hinduja Group Co. Heatly & Gresham Henkel, Spic Hitkari Hindustan Office Prod. Holtec Consultancy ICICI Prudential ICRA IDBI I-Energiser Indian Express

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Rachna Malhotra ‘96

UNITECH Ltd. Usha India Unitel Consultants Valvoline Cummins Weston Electronics Wimco Wizcraft Zenith Infotec

Infogain Indian Emulsion Intercraft IT&T Jaypee Greens JPS Associates J.K.Pharmaceuticals Jindal Group Keselec Schreder Kajaria Ceramics L.G Chemicals

Perfect Relations Primus Ltd. Prudential ICICI Pashupati Spinning & Weaving Mills People.Com PNB Asset. Mgmt. Radico Khaitan Ranbaxy Ltd. Radisson Rajdoot Paints S&S Associates Sahara Airlines Samsonite SAS International SDI India Ltd. Shriram Pistons Ltd. Sita World Softek India Standard Chartered Financial Services Result McCann Sakura Bank Sanwa Bank Sumitomo Corp. Taj Group of Hotels The Oberoi Group Total Lubricants Turner Morrison TATA Infomedia TBWA Anthem TCIL Timex Usha Martin

Former Miss India Manpreet Brar with Prof. Rajita Chaudhuri during a Farewell Party

Anirudh Sharma ‘2000
Llyod Insulations Mitsubishi Mahindra McKinsey & Co. Microsoft Modicare Modern Foods Modi Revlon PWC Pan Telecom Panacea Biotech

Post Placement - Farewell Dance

Meghna Yadav ‘2001
Paras Ltd. Pegasus International PepsiCo Percept Advertising

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Apart from the list of companies which visited our campus in the last three years, the following is a list of some of the organistaions which have offered placements/summer/trimester projects to IIPM students over the last 30 years. The list contains less than 50% of the organisation names.

Brooke Bond India Ltd. Britannia India Ltd. Bhartiya Anti. Ltd. Bradma of India Ltd. BPL Ltd. Bakshi Steel Bharat Alums and Chemicals Limited Bhurji Supertek Indus-

Country Caravan Capital Trust India Ltd. Clarion Coats Viyelia Ltd. Crompton & Greaves Contract Delton Cables Delhi Paper Products Dhampur Yeast Company Dooars Transport Delhi Castor Products Delhi Cloth & General Mills DLF Universal Ltd. Duncan Agro Industries Driplets Faucets (India) Duncan Brothers

Advantage Allied International Products A.M. Travels American Universal Anand Synthetics Anchit Engineering Limited Aristocrate International Asiastic oxygen Limited

Amrit Agro Vanaspati Ansals Housing & Const. Ltd. Amrit Banaspati Co. Ltd. Anthem ANZ Grindlays Ashok Leyland Finance Aptech Apple Finance

tries Boots Co. India Ltd. Bata India Limited Bennet Coleman & Co. Bajaj Electrical Bharat Carpets Limited Bikram Fibres Ltd.

Capital Radio Co. Chasons Laboratories

Duro Foam

ASC Engineers and Allied Industries Artcraft Sales Asbestos Cements Auditya Sales AT & T ACC Apollo Asia Fx PTE Ltd. American Express Andrew Yule

Brisk Finance BHEL BEL Bharti Telecom Berger paints Barons of India Ltd. (Bush) Bhavraj Financial Services

Cox and King, Calicum Electronics Charu International Continental Furnishers Continental Carriers Control and Switchgear Co. Ltd. Cooper Pharma Cadillia

Batliboi Consultants Cipla Bank of America Citi Bank Bank of India

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After two decades it was a nostalgic moment...

From far away places like Singapore, Hongkong, Muscat, London, Toronto and various parts of India...

Some of the students of the class of 1982 which reunited in the winter of 2002, with their families, seen in the above photograph with the Director of IIPM, Dr. Malay Chaudhuri & Mrs. Ratna Chaudhuri

Snapshots from the Class of ‘82 reunion !!
Children of ex IIPMites have already studied in IIPM... They still have sometime to go!

MANAGING DIRECTOR WITH FUJI XEROX, HONGKONG, receiving a momento from Partho
Mr. Ramagopal Rao, now the Sen Gupta, one of the faculty members of the class of ‘82.

Mr. Asheesh Khaneja, now with

ORACLE CORPORATION (South Asia Region) as EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, Business Strategy & Development, receiving a momento
from Partho Sen Gupta, one of the faculty members of the class of ‘82.

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Dunlop India LTd. Doogar & Associates Flowmore Ltd. Food Specialities Ltd. East India Cotton Mfg. Co. Electric Construction & Equiprnents Ethico Drugs and Chemical Manufacturing Co. Garware Plastics and Eastern Vanguard Forex Dynamic Service (India) Ltd. Delhi Automobiles Development Consultants DCM Shriram India Ltd. DCM Ltd. DCM Finance DTDC Dabur Dalai Street Journal Ltd. Garware Paints Escorts Tractors Gateway Papers Eicher Span Finance General Electronics Escorts (Ford) Ltd. Genesis India East West Airlines Gujrat State Fertilizers Escorts Fin. Services Empire Finance Eicher Tractors Escorts Ltd. Economic Times Essar Company Ltd. Grasim Gist Godfrey Philips Goldstar Polyester Ltd. Fort Gloster Cables Falcon Tyres Fedder Lloyds Fertilizer Corpn. of (1) Ltd.

Gati Get It Goetze Gontermann Piepers Godrej & Boyce Ltd. Himgiri Fabrics Hindustan Lever Ltd. Hind Motor Hindustan Copper Hindustan Pencils Private Ltd. Hindustan Machine Tools Hindustan Reprographics Hindustan Thomson Advertising Hoechst Dyes & Chemicals Hyderabad Asbestos Cement Products Hindustan Computer HMG Financial Services Hindalco Hanjin Shipping
Mrs. Ratna Chaudhuri, Registrar IIPM and one of the main pillars of strength at IIPM-seen here in a more relaxed mood during one of the Global Opportunity & Threat Analysis programmes held in Geneva.

HCL HP Hyatt Regency Hero Motors HFCL Dacom lnfocheck Ltd. Hero Honda Motors Ltd. Hewlett packard

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Hero Cycles HPCL

lntegra Capital

Jain Industrial ManufacIFFCO (ISCO ITC Ltd. India Pistons India Leave Tobacco India Record Manufacturing Co. Ltd. India Seamiess Metal Tubes Ltd. Indo-Swiss Time Ltd. Intercrafts ISCT 1nfotech Ltd. Indian Express Icl ICDS ICRA Ioc lndcap Financial Ltd. lndana Ltd. lndag lntercard ITC Classic Finance lspat Finance ITC Bhadrachalam Indian Rayon industries IMRB lndo Gulf Fertilizers Lakshmi Precision Screws Ltd. Lintas Living Media India Pvt. Ltd. Lloyd lnsulations Logic Systems Pvt. Ltd. Kalinga Tubes Maragadarshi Marketing K.G. Khosia Kajai Exports Kurion K.M. Capital Kotak Mahindra Mackinon Mackenzie & Co. Madras Refineries Ltd. M.G. Electronics Mites India Ltd. Mishy Bishy Electronics Ltd. Modi Spinning & Weaving Mills Modi Xerox Mohan Exports Monica Exports Mantec Consultant Pvt. Ltd. Max-Well Business System Mc Dowell Mehta Fin. Consultants and Management Services Methodex Motor Industries Co. Murphy Electronics Mysore Kirloskar Ltd. Mitsubishi Modex Associates turing Co. Jay Cylinders Jenson and Nicholson Jupiter Radio J.K. Synthetic J.C.T. Jardine Flaming Jaipur Stock Exchange JBA Printing Inks JK Tyres J.K. Corpn. Ltd. J.K. Pharma L&T Marubeni Co. Ltd. Le Meridien Marshal] Sons & Co. Liyod Finance Lloyds Projects (India) Madras Rubber Factory

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Mescos Modi Luft Finance Modi GBC Ltd.

Nuclear Securities

Park Hotel Prudential Capital

Orient Longman Old village Industries Orient General Industries Operation Research Group O&M

Finance Procter & Gamble Quest Consultancy & Engineering Services Rajiv Motors Remsons Roberts Mclean and Co. Royala Corporation Roneo Vickers India Ltd. Ranbaxy Raymonds Wolien Mills Ltd. Relaxo Rediffussion

Rajita MAM

Modistone Modi Rubber Ltd. modi Continental Multichannel Advtg.

National Advertising Agency National Dairy Development Corporation National steel & General Mills Nav Bharat Leather Traders New Age Business Maruti Udyog Ltd. Mudra McCann Erickson Mc Dowell Max India Maxworth Orchards MGF Finance Madhyam advtg. Morepen Lab. MR Jhonson MECON MARG NIIT Max Pharma System Neyveli Lignite Corporation Nicki Tasha NITCO Tiles NTPC Network NALCO NATCO Nestle India Ltd. National Advertising Agency

ONGC ORG Onida Finance Onida Paiwell Export patel Aluminium Pvt. Ltd. Peerless General Finance & Investment Precision Plastic Moulders Printers House Pack Masters Paharpur Cooling Tower Plastimar Products Poona Bottling Co. Ltd Parle Soft Drinks Phoneix Inti. Finance Ltd. Pearl Polymers Ltd. Penzzoil PEPSI

Salora E.C.P. Sarvodaya Paper Mills Shaw Wallace & Company Shourie Duplicators Singer Skypak Carriers Softek Carriers Softek computers Spencer & Co. S.S. Kathad & Co. S.S. Miranda Swadeshi cotton Mills

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Co. Swain Advertising sycom Consultants Consortium Synthetics Formulations Sewa international Fashions Siemens India Ltd. SAIL SEBI Shdram Honda Synergy Credit Corpn. Ltd. Singer SIEL SIEMEMS AG Samtel Shiimken Multifab. Smithkiine Beecham Synergy Credit Capital Ltd. SRF Finance Standard Chartered Sterling Holiday Resort Steelbird intemationed Sona Steering Sterling Securities

TISCO Tuisifine Chemicals Tuisipur Sugar Co. Ltd. Tata Robins Fraser Tata Economic Consultancy Services Tata Enginnering and Locomotive Co. Texla Television Therrnax India Ltd. Thakur Vaidyanath Ajyar Co. TIPS international Co. Times of India Times Guaranty Financial Ltd.

Unisystems Pvt. Ltd. Universal Tiles U.P. Twiga Fibre Glass Usha Electronics Usha Sales Usha Rectifiers Utility Forms UB Petro Products Ltd. Usha international USAPL UNICHAMP

Wings Wason Shoes Wipro lnfotech WILTECH

Zenith Steel Pipes Zenith Electomics

and many more...

Vardhman Spinning and General Mills Ltd. Vikas Motors VOLTAS

Tata Timken VIDECON Ltd. T. Series VLS Finance Timber World Resorts Taj Group of Hotels Wadhdera Furnishers Tata Finance Western India Industries Technova Tata Press Times FM Telerex Communications Tata.Unisys Ltd. TITAN TCS Ltd. Weston Electronics

Tare Art Press Thomson Press

Tower Air

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Academic Programme*

Two-Year+-Full-Time Programme in National Economic Planning and Entrepreneurship*
Subject National Economic Planning Area Economic Analysis Economics of Village/Small Medium/Large Industries C Corporate Economics Comparative Economic System Comparative Economic Development Income Distribution and Welfare Economics Economic Theory Indian Economic Development Economic Environment for Business Regulatory Environment for Large Scale Industries National Economic Planning C Indian Economic Planning Comparative Planning & Management C Regional Planning Marketing Area Basic Marketing Sales and Distribution Industrial & Institutional Marketing Marketing Consumer Behaviour Market and Marketing Research Advertising Strategic Marketing International Marketing Export-Import Documentation and Procedures Quantitative Techniques in Marketing C Subject Production Area Manufacturing Process Production Control Entrepreneur and Creativity Industrial Design Fashion Design Quantitative Techniques Area Applied Mathematics Applied Statistics Operations Research Computer Area Computer Concepts and Application Computer Courses (MS-Office, Internet Java, Advanced Java, ERP Solutions) Foundation Courses Business Law Industrial Law Company Law Written Executive Communication Oral Executive Communication Constitutional and Social Environment Entrepreneur’s Risk and Social Insurance Entrepreneurial and Intrapreneurial Motivation Corporate Policy Corporate Planning Corporate Information System Corporate Control System Office Control Project Control Principles of Organisation Specialisation Personnel/Finance Research & Projects Research Methodology Philosophical Methodology Project on National Economic Planning/Project Feasibility Report Semester Project ++

C C

C

Personnel & Industrial Relations Area Organisational Behaviour C Organisational Development Personnel Industrial Relations Finance & Accounting Area Basic Finance Corporate Accounting

* Tentative C = Core Subjects + Inclusive of the duration of Trimester Project. ++ Normally, a student needs about 3 to 9 months to complete Project Feasibility Report/Trimester Project. Credit weightage for Project indicated here is on the basis of 3 months.

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1st Trimester Quantative Techniques Management Accounting Comparative Economic Systems & Development Micro Economics Basic Personnel Management Marketing Management Organisational Behaviour Business Law What they don’t teach you at IIMs Executive Communications Market Research IT Total Credits 10 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 36 International Market Research Entrepreneurship Organisation Development Rural Marketing Brand Management IT International Economic Environment for Business Specialization in HR/Finance Total 2nd Trimester Export Procedure & Documentation Econimic Environment for Business Strategic Marketing Direct Marketing Business Policy National Economic Planning International Marketing India’s Foreign Trade Social Marketing Public Relations Production Management Total Quality Management Specialization in HR/Finance Total 3rd Trimester (Thesis Trimester) Diploma Thesis Grand Total 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 16 42 Credits 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 16 40 Credits 10 200

2nd Trimester Credits Operations Research 4 Sales & Distribution Management 2 Digital Marketing 2 Advertising 2 Consumer Behaviour 2 Welfare Economics 2 Managerial Economics 2 Beyond Principles of Management & Economics 2 Basic Financial Management 2 Basic Industrial Relations 2 MIS & Computer Applications 4 HRD 2 Industrial Law 2 Executive Communications 2 Research Methodology 1 QT in Marketing 1 Computers 4 Total 3rd Trimester (Project Trimester) 6 Projects of 3 credits each Summer Project athe end of 2nd Year 38 18 16 Credits 2 2 2 2 2 2

Prashanto Banerjee ‘97

2ND YEAR (SPECIALIZATION DETAILS)
1st Trimester Personnel Specialization Group Dynamics Advanced Industrial Relations Management of Training Programmes Transactional Analysis Manpower Planning Managing Across Borders Finance Specialization Mergers & Acquisitions Investment Analysis & Portfollio Management Advance Accounting Hire Purchase & Leasing Advance Financial Management Corporate Finance Institutional Finance Total 2nd Trimester Personnel Specialization Industrial Psychology Wages & Salary Administration Strategic HR Advance Personnel Management QT in Personnel Finance Specialization Forex Management Miltinational Business Finance Advance Costing MCS QT in Finance Banking & Insurance Project Appraisal Corporate Taxation Total Credits 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 16 Credits 4 4 4 2 2 2 4 2 1 1 2 2 2 16

2ND YEAR
1st Trimester Macro Economics Comparative Management Management of Consulting Firms Company Law Services Marketing Business Policy

Abhimanyu Ghosh ‘98

Shishir Bhattacharjee ‘03

Note : 1. Number of credits indicate the number of class periods (45/50 minutes in a week for a course during one Trimester of 12 weeks). 2. Class room courses indicated here may also be completed before schedule through intensive training and cancellation of vacations so that students have more time at their disposal for acquiring practical experience/completing Feasibility Report/Trimester project. 3. Students may undertake Summer Project : equivalent to 24\36 credits. In this case, class room credit courses to the same extent will be dropped. 4. Credit weightage may be changed due to academic reasons

Administrative Head of IIPM Sandeep Ghosh flanked by Shouvick Dutta & Prasoon Majumdar

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B-School ranking & awards

Inspite of being invited by various magazines, IIPM has constantly tried to stay out of various B-Schools rankings taken out by them. This stems out of the fact that IIPM believes that its course contents are far superior to those of any other institute in the country. IIPM has strong reservations on the methodol-

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CONSTANTLY RANKED IN THE TOP 10 B-SCHOOLS OF INDIA
RANKED #2 RANKED #3 RANKED #8 RANKED #8 RANKED #10
IN INDUSTRY INTERFACE (AHEAD OF 5 IIMs) - BUSINESS BARONS ‘05 IN COURSE CONTENTS (AHEAD OF 3 IIMs) - BUSINESS BARONS ‘05 IN INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES - BUSINESS BARONS ‘05 B-SCHOOL IN INDIA (AHEAD OF 2 IIMs) - BUSINESS BARONS ‘05 YOUNG EXECUTIVES TOP 10 - BUSINESS TODAY & INDIA TODAY ‘04

ogy applied by most of the magazines to rank B-schools. Being an institute totally focussed on quality education and faculty it believes that educational institutes should be jugded primarily on these grounds (most of these B-school rankings give a maximum of only 20% to 30% weightage to the same). However, often magazines take out rankings without IIPMs participation - based upon student perceptions etc. In such rankings, IIPM has invariably been in the top 10 to 15 B-schools in India. In a country with more than 1000 B-schools, this speaks volumes about IIPMs academic standing. Model and ex Miss India Ms. Meyhar Bhasin during the IIPM annual festival

Management Guru 2000 award for Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri
Chennai based Om Venkatesa Society run TIME Management school which honours educationists, industrialists and entrepreneurs annually, awarded Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri the “MANAGEMENT GURU 2000 AWARD” in the year 2000.

Personality of the decade award for Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri
The K.G.Foundation awarded Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri, the Dean of IIPM as the “PERSONALITY OF THE DECADE” in the year 2003. The prestigious award has been received by only 7 eminent personalities before him which include Bharat Ratna Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, president of India & Dr. Christian Barnard who pioneered the concept of Heart Transplant in the world.

Renowned personalities - Ms. Prerna Shimali, Ms. Sharon Lowen & Shri. Muzaffar Ali judging the Mr & Miss IIPM contest at the IIPM festival

Midnight madness at the IIPM campus grounds after the festival

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IIPM is today a front runner when it comes to Industry Interface between the institute, its faculty, its students and the corporate world. No wonder it was ranked 4th in the Outlook survey, in the Industry Interface section. The entire set of corporate consulting activities are carried out through Planman Consulting - IIPMs strategic alliance partners for corporate activities. Planman Consulting also takes care of the entire range of international alliances, placement activities, media initiatives, marketing, growth & expansion activities of IIPM. Planman today employs more than 200 MBAs working through 10 branches in India, UK & Canada. More than 75% of the consultants at Planman are IIPM graduates. Through Planman, members of IIPM faculty are always engaged in numerous consulting assignments which in turn brings awesome industry exposure into the fourwalls of IIPM classrooms. Students invariably also become a part of a large number of industry consulting projects during their stay at IIPM. Planman further organises executive development programmes, undertakes T&D activities, HR Consulting, Marketing Consulting, Market Research, CEO Search, Event Management, Media Consulting, TV & Film Production in association with IIPM. Established in 1996 with intellectual resourcing from IIPM, it is today Indian’s largest multiinterest Indian multinational management consulting firm. Its clients include every other Fortune 500 Co. as well as leading Indian organisations. CEOs and Presidents of India Inc. attend workshops organised by Planman - IIPM regularly to hone their leadership as well as corporate strategy skills. For more details readers are requested to log on to www.planmanconsulting.com / www.planmanlife.com / www.arindamchaudhuri.com / www.groovyjobs.com

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Method of Teaching
The Institute uses case study methods (no overemphasis) along with class lectures to encourage active participation of the students in the total process of learning. Trimester Project/Research Project/Project Feasibility Report are essential parts of the curriculum with the aim to acquaint students with practice so that not only do the students have a sound theoretical background, but also have a relevant experience in application of theory to practical situations.

Lecture

Hours

No method is a substitute for a rigid academic schedule. To create an atmosphere of the pressure found in the competitive environment and long hours of work, the average IIPM full-time students have to attend a cumulative of more than 1250 contact hours, in addition to trimester projects (on-the-job training) etc. This is about much more than what is prescribed for M.B.E. programme.

Attendance
Failure to attend any class results in an automatic deduction of 2 marks per class from the marks awarded in the trimester examination. 100% attendance is rewarded with 5 additional marks. A fine of Rs. 25/- per class (of 45/50 minutes) will be imposed on students, if their attendance is less than 80%. The same will be collected at the time of handing over Attendance Certificate/Final Marksheet/Testimonial.

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Campus

In New Delhi, IIPM has a sprawling eight storied building : Old IIPM Tower & a 40,000 sq. ft. building on 1 acre of land : New IIPM Tower, both in Qutub Institutional Area, the most prestigious institutional area in the country. They are equipped with an airconditioned auditorium, conference room, three computer dromes, a library spread over one whole floor etc. apart from airconditioned classrooms and canteen. Similar IIPM Towers with exceptional facilities are also there in Bandra, Mumbai as well as in Chennai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad & Ahmedabad. Delhi classes are also held in our campus in South Delhi, just 15 minutes from AIIMS, New Delhi. It spreads across more than 5 acres of lush green. It is amazingly beautiful. Needless to say, it is the largest Campus amongst institutes of its kind in Delhi. It has facilities for Billiards, Pool, Mini Golf, Tennis etc. The architecture is from the era bygone, with a Scottish flavour. The castle type buildings, mysteriously located between lush green landscapes and thick woods, provide the ideal setting for academic pursuits. The IIPM Campus in Gurgaon, is our residential campus meant mainly for research activities etc. Unlike other national institutes, our residential campus (which looks like a rural hermitage) has been designed to incorporate the ideal of austere and simple living and to help inculcate non-elitist attitude. Set in the idyllic green surroundings of the countryside, far away from the noise and pollution of the metropolitan city, it is an ideal place for academicians to concentrate on research. It is equipped with a swimming pool apart from facilities for various sports. Research fellows may opt to live in campus hostels. Campus hostel accommodation is also available for participants of short-duration Rural Development Programmes. Faculty Development Programme, Executive Development Programmes etc.

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“IIPM’s initiative for students are excellent and very valuable” Niels Christiansen - Director, Nestle S.A.- Vevey, Switzerland (IIPM students visit Nestle headquarters in Vevey every year during their GOTA trips). “IIPM helps create world class experiences for students”, Dr. Piero Morosini - Head Mergers & Acqusitions, IMD, Lausanne (IIPM students have classes in IMD, Lausanne, every year during their GOTA trips)

Residential Accommodation for Students
Students coming from various states can opt for the residential accomodation offered by IIPM. Past experience indicates that students living in small groups of two under the care and supervision of landlords’ families are able to devote more time to studies than students living in large groups in campus hostels. After hectic class hours, students also enjoy relatively quiet family atmosphere during the evenings. The Institute has, therefore, arranged for simple and ordinary rooms scattered throughout the cities where it has its branches, to provide residential accommodation to students. Only such accommodation is available to students who may need it. Female students will be refunded proportionate seat rent whenever their guardians arrange for their accommodation on their own.

IIPM is the only institute in India to have contributed to Indian management and understanding of Indian economy through a #1 best selling book - “Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch”. “The Great Indian Dream” is releasing soon. Concepts like the iconoclastic “Theory ‘i’ Management”, “Happy Capitalism”, “Survival of the Weakest”, “Law of Increasing Marginal Utility” and “The Trickle-Up Theory” originated at IIPM and are taught to students at all the branches of IIPM by Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri himself. To maintain uniformity of academic standards in all its branches, many of IIPMs star professors travel to all the branches of IIPM to take classes.

Award of Testimonials

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Convocation/Award of Testimonial/Certificate/Title
IIPM’s main courses are the Two Year Full-Time and Three Year Full-Time programmes in Planning and Entrepreneurship. On successful completion of this programme, students will be awarded the Institute’s title of Associate Fellow of The Indian Institute of Planning and Management (A.F.I.I.P.M.). Partial completion (66 credits and above) of the programme of interrelated subjects (one module is equivalent to 50 credits plus Project of 16 credits) will be recognized with the award of a certificate/ testimonial indicating specializations in a narrow field (after 2/ 3 years of work experience). IIPM awards a certification in Planning & Entrepreneurship on successful completion of the entire course. Whenever a student, who has been awarded A.F.I.I.P.M., completes a Research Project (Thesis) of prescribed standard under the guidance of the

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competent Professor/Research Executive approved by the Institute, he/she is entitled to use the title Fellow of The Indian Institute of Planning and Management (F.I.I.P.M.-comparable to Ph.D of University System). Honorary F.I.I.P.M. is also awarded to distinguished academicians, corporate leaders, social workers for life time achievement. At the time of awarding the final marksheet, the Institute may award/deduct up to 10% marks in all subjects, if a student performs/does not perform certain voluntary tasks (like extending help to Deaf and Dumb Society, Blind Relief Association, Blood Bank etc.) and participates/does not participate in literary and cultural programmes suggested by the Institute from time to time and develops/does not develop a clean and decent life-style during his/her association with the Institute. The Institute reserves the right not to award title/testimonials to students, who organize strike/demonstration/ragging/ gherao etc. and thereby prove themselves unworthy of entrepreneurial leadership in an organisation, even if they complete the academic programme successfully. Students attending less than 65 percent classes will not be entitled to testimonials. They will be awarded semester marksheets, if they otherwise, qualify for testimonials successfully. Winners of Gold Medals, Prizes, Certificates of Honour etc. will be invited to participate in the convocation. Others will be sent the testimonials by registered post after the convocation.

Rajita Chaudhuri ‘94

Reimbursement of fees for 3 year programme
In order to encourage to pursuance of B.A (Economics)/B.Com (Hons.)/B.B.A. degree through correspondence courses of Universities, the Institute reimburses fees paid for pursuing such courses after successful completion (Note : Important subjects of B.A. (economics), B.Com (Hons.) and B.B.A. are included in the Programme).

IIPM Clubs

Students’ council

committees/

In order to promote selfadministration and to encourage maximum students participation, while avoiding intergroup rivalry, coordinators for various activities are elected by the students during the first week after joining the institute (on the basis of individual student’s description before the class of his/her interest and cre-

dentials in the past). Coordinator are changed at the end of each semester. Senior students handover the charge to junior students, as soon as they are elected. Any demand by general body of students for change in any matter already incorporated in the Prospectus will be considered as violation of understanding between students and the Institute on the basis of which students are admitted. In all such cases current

programme of the Institute will be declared as cancelled and students will be required to withdraw from the institute without any claim on refund of fees already paid (except caution deposits). A nominee of the Director (preferably from amongst the recipients of Director’s medals) acts as Secretary of Alumni Association. His/her term is usually for one year. The term can however, be extended by the Director.

IIPM Clubs
Professional & Special Interest Clubs Aurobindo Memorial Manav Seva Kendra Association for Democratic Socialism Africa Study Centre Australasia Business Unit Brand Management Club Communications & Media Club America Culture Society Centre for Human Development European Club Finance Club Food & Agribusiness Club Health Industry Club IIPM Debate Society IIPM Wall Magazine Society International Business & Development Club Investment Club Leadership & Ethics Forum RECALL (Research & Exploration Centre for Accelerated Learning & Living) Business & Entrepreneurship Club SACK (Students Against Corruption & Kickbacks) SEED (Students for Ecological & Environmental Development STAGE (Students for Theatrics & Its Generic Evolution) Sports Clubs B - School Cricket Champions Billiards Club Bull’s Eye : Shooting Club Carrom Masters Golf Club Volleyball Club

Mr. Pranab Mukherjee Attending one of the functions of the culture society

Macro-Economics
To acquaint students with national income analysis, model of income determination, monetary and fiscal policies, international economics trade and balance of payment.

Economic

Theory

To critically examine current economic theories and their relevance in different economic

Quantitative

Techniques

systems.

To acquaint the student with the application of mathematical and statistical tools for analyzing problems in order to arrive at a decision. Techniques developed by Operations Research for rational systematic decision-making and optimal solutions are also taught.

Corporate

Economics

To develop the ability to apply tools of economic analysis in business decision. Emphasis is placed on the integration of economic theory with various functional areas in an enterprise.

Economic Environment for Business
To acquaint the student with national and international economic environment in which an undertaking has to operate. Process of interactions between the government and the business and between the business and the society is examined.

W elfare

Economics

To critically examine the scope of pricing for optimum utilization of national resources for achieving maximum welfare of the people.

Planning and Management of National Economy
To acquaint students with the basic tools of

Micro-Economics
To enable students to analyze factors that determine costs and prices of commodities under perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly and monopolistic competition.

planning a national economy and to help them understand the specific managerial problems involved at all levels for successful implementation of the plan.

Course Objectives of Selected Papers

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Comparative Economic Systems and Development
To acquaint student with problems of Indian agriculture, industry, commerce and international trade.

Corporate

Accounting

To present the theoretical foundations of accounting and to prepare students to use accounting as an effective tool for control.

Basic Behaviour

Finance

Organizational

To develop skill in using the techniques of financial analysis and to acquaint with financial environment in which business operates. The course is also designed to develop the ability to analyse

To impart basic knowledge about : (a) the behaviour of an individual and his relationship to the members of the work group, (b) group and intergroup behaviours in organizational systems, (c) working of organisation as a system and (d) effect of cultural, social, economic and political environment on the individual and the organisation.

Personnel and Industrial Relations
To acquaint the student with the content of the personnel functions as practised in an organisation and its role in developing and utilizing human resources. The course is designed to develop in students the sound human relations skill required in today’s industrial setting. Mr. T.N. Seshan Addressing a session on “Changing the Education System”, organised by IIPM’s Centre for Human Development

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Office

Control

To acquaint students with the specific problems of management in office.

Production

Control

To impart knowledge of tools and technology available to ensure effective utilizations of resources in the production set-up.

Geometric and Mechanical Drawing
To develop skills in geometric drawing, as well as in mechanical drawing in order to enable students to prepare working drawing with limits, fits, tolerances, and finishes, schematic layouts of plants and systems with standard conventions. and decide questions concerning allocation of business funds to competing alternatives.

Plant Layout
To enable students to take decisions on plant location, to decide on lease, buy or build industrial plants and to acquaint with problems of

Marketing
To introduce students to the marketing function as practised in a modern corporation. Role of market in the context of national economic planning is examined.

factory buildings, equipment and machinery.

Ergonomics
To acquaint students with man’s structure and physical capacities, effect of environment and fatigue, designing of equipment and analytical

Project

Control

To acquaint students with the methods of projects evaluation, project planning and scheduling, project cost control, performance measurement and control, project organisation and manpower planning.

method of operator training in skills.

Value

Analysis

Students will also be acquainted with concepts of value and costs with example of value analysis.

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in work study, relationship between method study and work measurement and with principles of motion economy.

Materials Management and Inventory Control

To enable students to analyze classes of materials to control purchasing, transportation costs and to acquaint with inventory control and stocktaking procedures.

Production Planning and Control
To acquaint students with pro-

W ork

Measurement

duction programming, batch production problems, scheduling despatching, production control, documentation and reporting.

To acquaint students with work measurement techniques for incentive systems, cost control, planning and scheduling as well as with work sampling and with motion standards, time formula and multivariate analysis and measurement of clerical work.

Corporate

Information

System

To present an insight into the advances that are taking place in the area of information technology and how these advance can be utilized for providing business organisation with timely information at all levels of management required for efficient conduct of the enterprise.

Method Study
To acquaint students with techniques of productivity and work study procedures, human factors

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Computer Concepts and Applications
To acquaint students with the scope and limits of computer application for solving business problems as well as national economic planning problems.

Company Law
To acquaint students with the body of laws governing a corporate body.

Business Law
To give an idea to students of the body of laws within which business functions.

Industrial

Law

To give an idea of the latest development and trend in industrial law which are shaping and changing industrial relations.

Constitutional and Social Environment for Business
To acquaint student with limits and scope of business activities within the framework of the constitution and existing social structure and to create an understanding of processes that affect business decisions.

Spoken

Executive

Communication

The objective of this course is to give students practical guidance on how to communicate orally to

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tific method for examining and distinguishing objective and subjective conclusions, to evolve a system of analysis in order to avoid deviations due to bias to emphasise objective evidence and to equip students with basic conceptual foundations of social research and tools and techniques of research, so that they may be capable of distinguishing between genuine and spurious research, since modern managers have to take decisions often on the basis of research findings.

Corporate Policy and Planning
enable them to take part actively in discussions and to address an audience. The course aims at developing the skill in formulating the strategy of the organisation taking into consideration alternative opportunities, corporate capability, personal aspiraThe objective of this course is to develop communication skills in letter and report writing. tions as well as social responsibility.

Written

Executive

Communication

Principles

of

Organisation

Philosophical

Methodology

To acquaint and critically review the accepted principles of organisation and to examine

To acquaint students with elements of scientific analysis, first-order functional calculus, boolean algebra, concepts of truth and validity, theory construction etc.

relevance of these principles in different economic systems.

Organizational

Development

Research

Methodology

To acquaint students with theoretical as well as practical problems that an organisation has

The course objective is to develop a scien-

to solve for continuous development.

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Fellowship Programme Successful completion of the fellowship programme leads to the award of the title of Fellow of The Indian Institute of Planning and Management. In the first phase of about two years, students have to study prescribed courses. After passing examinations in these courses, students are admitted to the candidacy of the fellowship and may use the title of Associate Fellow*. In the second phase of about 2 years a student writes a thesis of doctoral standard. Research Professorship Research Fellowships of Rs. 15000/to Rs. 25000/- per month are offered to participants of the fellowship programme. Research Associateship Research Associateships from Rs. 20000/- to Rs. 30000/- p.m. are available to candidates with Ph.D, Candidates with exceptional/multidisciplinary backgrounds may not have Ph.D. An additional amount upto Rs. 12000/- p.a. may also be awarded to deserving candidates. Research Professorships with emoluments comparable to Professor of Eminence are also available. No registration fee is to be paid by candidates for fellowship/Research Associateship/Research Professorship.

* IIPM students are exempted from attending these courses.

Fellow Programme

Three Year Integrated Programme

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It has been observed that MBA Level education is offered to students of all graduation streams (History, Biology, Geography, Engineering etc.) therefore, making it obvious that MBA education academically, has got nothing to do with graduation. Thus, IIPM pioneered this three year full time programme for students after 10+2 wherein, they do the same course that the post graduate students do in the second and third year of their course. In the first year a bridge course in management is given to them, so that they become more capable of competing with the graduate students in the second and third year of their studies. ACADEMIC PROGRAMME FOR THE FIRST YEAR OF THE THREE YEAR INTEGRATED PROGRAMME FOR UNDERGRADUATES
1ST YEAR
1st Semester Quantative Techniques Appreciation of Litrature Appreciation of History Executive Communication Statistics Micro Economics Introduction to Marketing Financial Accounting Income Tax & Auditing French Appreciation of Performing Arts, Culture & Life Project Total 2 4 40 Total 1st Year Summer Project 20 40 Credits 4 2 2 4 2 2 2 8 4 4 2nd Semester Quantitative Techniques Introduction to Personnel Management Appreciation of Litrature Appreciation of History Executive Communication General Awareness through Quizzing Mass Communication Introduction to Finance Financial Accounting Business Law French Appreciation of Performing Arts, Culture & Life Project 2 4 Credits 4 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 8 2 4

For the second and third year course see ACADEMIC PROGRAMME PAGE

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GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY & THREAT ANALYSIS (GOTA)

In the light of globalization, students entering IIPM have to undergo a study tour to a selected country in Australia, Africa, Asia, America, Europe or China. For the Two Year students GOTA is typically between 8/10 days while for the Three Year students GOTA lasts for about 17/21 days depending upon flight availability etc. Students however can extend this trip on their own expense. IIPM bears the entire cost of this programme for all students. This cost includes cost of air travel (from the nearest international airport) to abroad and back as well as the entire cost of boarding, lodging, food and faculty. Students have to obtain passport and visa for the country of their visit. If they are not given a visa IIPM can not be Students at the UN Head quarters in Geneva during a seminar on held responsible. During the programme the students Globalization & International Security : the role of United Nations are taught a special paper on Global Opportunity and Threat Analysis with assistance from faculty of the country visited, whenever available. The idea is to make the students aware of how a truly global economy works and also to bring a fresh outlook to life conducive to entrepreneurial learning. Students would be sent in study groups of minimum 15. The students should note that they do not have the choice to decide which country to visit. The institute’s faculty members would decide the same. During the course apart from classes students are also taken around the city for sight seeing as well as industry visits.

At the World Bank headquarters in Geneva, with Mr. Sfeir Younis after a seminar on : Globalization and the role of Entrepreneurship in a developing country

When all the students come back after their visits to various countries they share their experiences and the knowledge gained from the interactions with the other students of the institute. This creates an intellectually stimulating and exciting environment in the campus and students get a first hand experience of how things work in other countries. During the GOTA visits IIPM has conducted seminars and lectures in association with organisations/institutions like : IMD, Lausanne ; The United Nations ; ILO ; The World Bank ; Geneve Financial Centre ; Credit Suisse ; Nestle ; Insead ; IMI, Europe etc.
Management experts who taught our students during the GOTA (Global Opportunity & Threat Analysis) Programme in GENEVA comment...
“The initiative of IIPM to bring their students all the way to our headquarters in Europe is invaluable in giving students a “real life” feel of the issues facing the corporates and IIPM is to be congratulated on inclusion of this initiative in its course.” Ernest J. Pope, Sr. Vice President (worldwide), Nestle, S.A., Vevey, Switzerland (previously M.D., Nestle, Australia). “I think IIPM’s effort in bringing students to Europe is “Superb”. The more such exchanges take place the more confident people will become... The students also revealed clear signs that they understand a good deal of the subject.” Prof. Guy B. Knapton, International

Management Institute, Europe.

“My interactions with IIPM have been good and I think IIPM’s effort to expose students to a variety of experiences and speakers is very useful.” Prof. Miles Dodd, Sr. Advisor, INSEAD, France (Ranked No. 1 Management Course in the world for the year 1997).

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IIPM students for a class at IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland

Students attending a lecture session on knowledge management at IMD, Lausanne

At the Federation of Swiss Watch Industries, Bienne, after a seminar on “The Future of The Swiss Watch Industry”

Prof. Jaydip Dutta Gupta felicitating Dr. Piero Morosini after a seminar on knowledge management at IMD, Lausanne

At the Swiss Stock Exchange, Zurich, with Dr. Richard. T. Mier, Director - International Research, after a seminar on “The role of the Swiss Stock Exchange on International Trade”

Prof. Rohit Manchanda greeting Mr. Grosz Roll, President - Sulzer Chemtech Ltd. at a conference in Winterthur

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The more relaxed and informal moments...

...during the GOTA trips to Europe !!!

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Projects

Trimester Project/Project Feasibility Report Each student has to write a project to justify the award of testimonial/certificate/title. This should show that the student is capable of scientific analysis of a problem and can approach the solution for the same in a systematic manner. The projects must provide sufficient indication that the student is competent to assimilate skills acquired in various disciplines for successful application to solve a complex problem. Normally a student works in an organisation on a practical assignment for about three to nine months. He writes a project report connected with practical assignment. (See also placement service). Projects can also be completed on the basis of research materials available in libraries. Apart from the above there are various other projects and training assignments which are compulsory for all students at IIPM, as will be clear in the following project distribution table. Dr. J.K.Mitra Distributing prizes for one of the competitions which was organised by the Investment Club Organisational Behaviour Computer Packages Consumer Behaviour Dr. M. B. Athreya Addressing seminar on Corporate restructuring in the libralized scenario

Trimester - 1 Trimester - 2 - 3

Marketing (Basic) National Economic Planning Advertising SUMMER TRAINING

Trimester - 4 - 5 Trimester - 6

Projects on Electives Diploma Thesis

Indian Eco. Development Entrepreneurship

One of the Rock Shows which was jointly sponsored by Pepsi, Hero Honda & Nestle.

All our students specialize in Marketing & IT. Additionally they have a choice to specialise in Finance or Personnel for added advantage. FINANCE Advance Financial Mgmt. Portfolio Management Investment Analysis Forex Management Corporate Finance Leasing & Hire Purchase Institutional Finance Q.T. in Finance Mergers & Acquisitions Corporate Taxation Merchant Banking Project Appraisal Advanced Costing & Accounts Multinational Business Finance Mgmt. Control Systems MARKETING Sales Management Consumer Behaviour Market Research Research Methodology Advertising Management Industrial Marketing International Marketing Q.T in Marketing Strategic Marketing Brand Management Distribution Management India’s Foreign Trade Export Procedure & Doc. Rural Marketing Services Marketing Direct Marketing Societal Marketing Public Relations Marketing Communications Digital Marketing PERSONNEL Advanced Personnel Mgmt. Group Dynamics Labour Law Industrial Psychology Orgn & Manpower Planning Q.T. in Personnel Salary & Wage Administration Mgmt. of Training Programmes Advanced Industrial Relations Human Resource Development Transactional Analysis Managing Across Cultures

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY : Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access) ; Networking and Internet (Introduction, OSI, Layers, LAN,MAN & WAN, Network Securities) ; Web Applications (HTML, Java Script, FrontPage); Enterprise Computing (ERP, Data warehousing, Data mining), ECommerce (Introduction to E-Commerce, EDI, E-Commerce and Internet, Payment Mechanism, Firewall); Java (Core Java, Applets); Advance Java (RMI, CORBA, Beans, JDBC), Project Management (Information Technology Projects, Conceptualizing & Initializing the IT project, Developing Baseline Project Plan, Defining & Managing Project Scope, Project Estimation, Project Scheduling & Budget, Project Risk & Communication, Project Quality Management, Project Implementation, closure & encapsulation).

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Centre for Executive Development Executive Development Programmes in the areas of Planning and Management of National Economy, Corporate Planning are conducted. Regional Centres of Studies & Research The Institute is likely to open centres of Studies and Research in Bangalore and Simla very soon. Whenever such Centres start functioning students living in Institute’s accommodation will have to abide by the Institute’s decision to enrol themselves in different centres to enhance the effectiveness of teaching by having small groups in each centre. Centre for Human Development The objective of the Centre is to initiate discussions, seminars and research on sustainable and ethical needs of man and woman (physical and psychological) and on how to plan and manage a society, which ensures full growth of human capabilities avoiding dehumanizing process of industrial civilization. Art of Living The centre intends to organise weekly lectures by renowned personalities from various walks of life apart from business in order to inculcate the finer aspects of human sensitivity in students. Centre for Leadership Training The center intends to train social/political workers, trade union leaders etc. Centre for Comparative Planning & Management The Centre intends to study problems of planning and management of production units as well as social affairs in different socioeconomic settings (e.g. USA, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Germany, Israel, etc.) and to draw appropriate conclusions for India. Centre for Entrepreneurship Development The objective of the centre is to teach how to write bankable project reports and to give theoretical as well as practical guidance in setting up and running industries/organisation. Centre for Foreign Languages To facilitate a career in export-import organizations, the Institute reimburses 50% of fees of foreign language course (conducted by the embassies) to students on successful completion of such courses.
IIPMite & Model, Aparna Kumar campaigning for an AIDS awareness programme

Film stars Hritik Roshan, Preity Zinta, Saif Ali Khan during a valentines day event organised for the disabled children in association with CRY

Shri Birju Maharaj during an Art of Living lecture at IIPM

The Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial ‘Great Indian Dream Foundation’ was launched on 28th March 2000. It is a collaborative effort between IIPM and Planman Consulting. Aurobindo Chaudhuri was a bright student of IIPMs batch of ‘92. As a part of IIPMs rural development programmes, on 21st October 1994 he had gone to the IIPM campus in Gurgaon to take classes for a batch of rural students. An unfortunate accident during the lunch break took him away from all of us. His spirit of working for a better India lives on through the Great Indian Dream Foundation (GIDF).

Aurobindo Chaudhuri

The launch of The Great Indian Dream Foundation

Mrs. Chona, Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri, Shri Narendra Kumar, Shri Salman Khurshid, The President of India Shri A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Chief Minister of Delhi Smt. Sheila Dixit during the first ever child conference organised by DPS Society, GIDF & Hindustan Times Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri addressing a seminar on the Great Indian Dream

Shri L.K.Advani during the same conference

Shri Arun Jaitley during the same conference

Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri & His Highness The Maharaja of Jaipur, Shri Bhawani Singh during another such seminar for school principals of Jaipur

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Rural Development Programmes

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Rural Development Programme Workers Cleaning the dirty streets and drains of Gaya IIPMs rural development programmes are carried out from Manav Seva Kendras in various villages of India. The centre has about 250 rural schools as well as many rural medical camps. It runs ambulances for village India, puts newspaper boards in strategic points in villages to spread socio economic awareness amongst villagers, organises rural entrepreneurship programmes, works for upliftment of women in rural areas, organises relief camps durMrs. Suroma Chaudhuri, one of the founding members of IIPM society. Dr. Malay Chaudhuri addressing the rural workers of Manav Seva Kendras, while (below) they listen attentively

ing national calamities amongst a plethora of committed social activities under the personal and
Below : An IIPM flood relief camp

passionate guidance of Dr. M. K. Chaudhuri, the Director of IIPM.
A rural entrepreneurship lecture in progress

A rural newspaper board to spread literacy

Below : Children in IIPM rural schools do their daily drill

A rural womens education camp

Dean of IIPM with the Dean of IMI, Europe after the strategic alliance.

Ms. Arundhati Banerjee, Mr. Luc Van Mele, Dr. Malay Chaudhuri & Mrs. Ratna Chaudhuri at the IMI Campus in Belgium

Students joining IIPM are eligible for an MBA Degree from International Management Institute, Europe. Through Planman Consulting, IMI, Europe and IIPM have entered into a strategic alliance wherein IMI, Europe has recognised IIPM course as equivalent to their MBA course. IMI, Europe is one of the leading Business Schools of Europe. Students enrolling for the 3 year programme (which is held in alliance with the Centre for Enterprise Management) will also be eligible for a BBA Degree from IMI, Europe. Professors from IMI visit IIPM twice every year to take classes as guest speakers on international and European management practices. Students are further taught by IMI proffessors during their GOTA programme after which they become eligible for the IMI degrees. Only those students who opt to get the 100% credit certification from IIPM are eligible for the IMI Degree. Students do not have to bear any additional costs for the MBA and BBA Degree of IMI. All IIPM students further get benefitted by IIPM’s unique and globally acclaimed Global Outreach Programme which brings to IIPM, every year, proffessors from the following 15 leading institutions: Harvard, Columbia, YALE, Wharton, LSE, Oxford, Cambridge, IMD, INSEAD, Stanford, Stern, Sloan-MIT, GSB-Chicago, Berkeley & Kellogg. The lectures are scheduled in a manner so that it ensures that students of all IIPM branches interact with atleast one proffessor each from each of the above mentioned institutions.

The two teams of IIPM & IMI in IMI headquarters, Belgium

Globally renowned Marketing Guru Dr. Philip Kotler during his session with students in IIPM alongwith Proffessor Shovick Dutta.

These Degrees are awarded by IMI after teaching IIPM students during their GOTA trips and in recognition of IIPMs excellent standard of education and training in entrepreneurship. IIPM teaches only its own programmes and does not teach IMIs programmes. These Degrees also do not come under the purview of AICTE, UGC or other acts.

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IIPM Management Mantras

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Arindam Chaudhuri Student of class of ‘92... Faculty & Fellow IIPM ‘96... Dean - IIPM ‘2000...

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Glimpses from the launch of his book “Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch - the genuine record breaking #1 best seller!!
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1. Shri Adi Godrej & Ms. Shivani Wazir at the Mumbai Launch; 2. Shri Vasant Sathe at the Delhi Press Launch; 3. Ms. Tanushree Shankar at the Kolkata Launch; 4. & 5. Arindam satisfying his fans; 6. Ms. Ruby Bhatia gives away prizes of the Indiatimes.com online contests.

7. Ms. Nafisa Ali at the Delhi Launch; 8. Former Prime Minister of India, Shri H.D.Deve Gauda at the Bangalore Launch; 9. Ad Guru Shri Aleque Padamsee & Former Miss India Ms. Celina Jetley at the Mumbai Launch; 10. Lord Swraj Paul launching IIPM’s other best seller, ‘The Great Indian Dream’ in London

few scholarships of a value upto Rs. 3000/a c h per month are available to economically weak yet meritorious and social service oriented students. Director’s Gold (gold plated/gold in the centre) and Silver Medals are awarded for excellence in all spheres of life as perceived by the Director. Rank Holders in trimester examinations are awarded merit scholarships of Rs. 2000/- to Rs. 5000/- in each trimester. Besides, the following prizes have been instituted by IIPM, individuals/ organizations for excellent performance in various subjects. e
The fearless Tarun Tejpal launching Dr. Malay Chaudhuri and Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri’s best seller, ‘The Great Indian Dream’ in India.

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Pranabendra Kishore Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 1000/- for best performance in Social Service Projects.

Drothea Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 1000/- for best performance in National Economic Planning Area. Dhirendra Kishore Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 1000/- for best performance in Rural Development Programme Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial award of Rs. 2500/- for best performance in Comparative Planning and Management Area. Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 2500/- for best performance in Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Development Areas. Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 2500/- for best performance in Beyond Principles of Management and Economics Project. Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 2500/- for best performance in Extra Currirular Activities, specially in the field of performing arts. Aurobindo Chaudhuri Memorial Award of Rs. 1000/- for the IIPM BRIGHT STAR. Aurobindo Chaudhuri memorial award of Rs. 500 for the best expression of musical talent. Dr. N.R. Chatterjee Award of Rs. 500/- each for best performance in Advanced Personnel Management and Industrial Psychology. Dr. M. Adhikari Award of Rs. 1000/- for best performance in Managerial Economics. Amitabha Kar Memorial Award of Rs. 1000/- for best performance in Welfare Economics. Mridula Kar Memorial Award of Rs. 1000/- for best performance in Industrial Relations. Hiran Devi Dhanda Award of Rs. 500/- each for best performance in Marketing and in Organisational Behaviour. Blanche Shukla Award of Rs. 500/- each for best performance in Business Law and Company Law. Prof. M.C.Shukla Memorial award of Rs. 500 for best performance in Industrial Law. Col. H.S. Subba Rao Memorial Award of Rs. 500/- for best performance in Quantitative Techniques Area. Prof. S. S. Srivastava Memorial Award of Rs. 500/- for best performance of Corporate Information System Area. Prof. B. Bhandari Memorial Award of Rs. 500/- for best performance in Written Executive Communication Area. Col. B.N.Malhotra Memorial Award of Rs. 500/- for best performance in Manufacturing process. Prof. K.C.Dhanda Memorial Award of Rs. 500/- for best performance in Sales and Distribution.

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Placement Procedure

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ach year more than 150 companies come to campus to make presentations and to interview students. For the same purpose IIPM has offices in Delhi as well as in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune, Toronto & London. Last year saw a record of more than 200 companies visiting the IIPM campus for placements (see ALUMNI & PLACEMENTS page for further details). All the eligible students who required placements got placed from the campus itself. It has been observed that more than 70% of each class usually accepts offers from companies that recruit on campus. Many students use IIPM resources to conduct networked job searches, targetting smaller companies, entrepreneurial ventures, and not-for-profit organisations. The Institute’s placement service assists eligible students in securing suitable jobs/trimester projects. For this purpose the office keeps effective contacts with firms all over India, maintains and performs liaison work between possible employers and the Institute’s students (student must, however, note that the Institute is a place for serious academic pursuit and not an agency to provide employment). No fee is charged for the service and no binding obligation to find a job/trimester project for any student is accepted by the Institute. Attractive stipends/ scholarships are paid to

students during trimester projects. Depending on the recruitment policy of organisations The proud winner of Nestle students are face painting competition usually absorbed as Junior Executive in appropriate pay scales with allowances, if their performance is found satisfactory during the period of trimester projects. To be eligible for Trimester Project/Placement Service of the Institute a student has to satisfy the following criteria : (a) he/she has to secure an average of 50% marks ; (b) he/she has to obtain 55% marks in oral as well as in written executive communication ; (c) he/she has to pass 90% of the papers examined’ (d) he/she has to clear all fees due to the Institute ; (e) he/she has to attend 80% of all classes. Students failing to quality for placement service/ trimester projects or unsuccessful in obtaining trimester projects have to write project feasibility report based on library research, market research, and surveys. Job & Career Opportunity IIPM Students complete the programme at a relatively younger age (21/23). After about 5/4 years’ experience as Executives, their gross salary compares well with students of the same age (26/27) coming out of other national Institutes, which select mostly engineering graduates, many of them having 2/3 years previous work experience. Students, opting to become entrepreneurs afterwards, are entitled to consultancy service of the Institute at a nominal cost throughout their active life.

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E-PAT: The Real Test of Management Aptitude
IIPMs Admission teat E-PAT (Entrepreneurship & Planning Admission Test) is based upon a written test, group discussion and interview. Unlike CAT, IIPM’s admission test E-PAT is based more on parameters pertaining to EQ (Emotional Quotient) and overall personality mapping since it has been globally observed that high IQ often takes a backseat to high EQ when it comes to Entrepreneurship, Management and dealing with human beings. Thus, the total scores of the written test, group discussion and personal interview are compiled together to compose the final score. Success in E-PAT is more likely to make you a better future leader than success in any other examination focused primarily on IQ. E-PAT is conducted throughout India in more than 15 centres.

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Admission to the Two-Year Programme in National Economic Planning and Entrepreneurship is open to applicants who have completed 10+1/2 School System with 2/3/4 years’ education in colleges/ institutes in any discipline. Candidates with mathematics at Higher Secondary Level are preferred.

Year Full Programme Three Year F ull Time Pr ogramme
Admission to the Three-Year Programme in National Economic Planning and Industrial Entrepreneurship is open to applicants who have completed 10+1/2 School System. Candidates with mathematics at Higher Secondary Level are preferred.

Admissions

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Examination/Re-examination/Re-evaluation
Examinations are held at the end of each trimester. Periodic tests and quizzes are held to assess continually the achievement of students. Written examinations may be supplemented by oral tests, whenever necessary. Marks obtained by candidates will be sent to parents/guardians with remarks on general behaviour of the candidates. Course content of papers for re-examinations will be as per the latest syllabi followed at the Institute. Students will be given the opportunity for re-examinations (to be held one month after final examination) in the subjects, they have failed or, if they so desire, to improve upon the marks already obtained. A fee of Rs. 50/- per credit will be charged for all re-examinations. Students have to apply for Re-evaluation within 10 days after the results are announced. A fee of Rs. 100/- per credit will be charged for Reevaluation of papers. Students who secure an average of 60% and above will be placed in the first class. A student, who fails to secure an average of 50% and who does not pass in all the papers, may be awarded a testimonial indicating specialization in a narrower field. To be eligible for such testimonials one has to pass atleast in 66 credits inclusive of core subjects and has to acquire relevant experience (2/3 years) as an executive.

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guardians will be informed about it with a request to remove the ward from the Institute. Re-admission may be considered only on request from parents/guardians and after payment of fines and re-admission fee. No application for waiving fine for late payment/ re-admission fee will be entertained under any circumstances.

deposit for library etc. must be paid at least six months before the beginning of the programme. All other fees are to be paid in three more instalments (due two, five and eight months after the beginning of the session). Provisionally admitted students are refunded fees only in the event of their failure in qualifying examination and if the result is known before 1st September. In all other cases, fees once paid are not refundable under any circumstances. Annual (three trimesters) seat rent, annual establishment fee and refundable caution deposit must be paid along with the first instalment of tution fee etc. at the time of admission, if residential accommodation is required. Students are allowed to stay in Institute’s accommodation upto a maximum duration of 3 trimesters. If they are required to vacate early, proportionate seat rent only is refunded. Male students making their own arrangements after opting for Institute’s accommodation will not be refunded seat rent etc.

Mode of payment
All fees are to be paid by Bank Drafts payable at New Delhi drawn in favour of The Indian Institute of Planning and Management. Cheques/

Fine for late payment
Cash will not be accepted. A fine of Rs. 1000/- will be levied for late payment of fees (even if by a single day) for Institute/Hostel. After a month, additional fine at the rate of Rs. 50/- per day will be charged. Thereafter, the student’s name will be removed from the Register of the Institute and parents/
Note : For details of fees refer to the attached fees sheet.

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Deposit

Caution Deposits (including deposit for hostel) are refundable not earlier than three months after the withdrawal from the Institute.

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he Institute was registered as an Educational Institute under Society’s Registration Act 1860. However, the Institute is neither affiliated to any University nor has sought de-jure recognition for its Academic Programmes from any statutory body. Hence, the Institute is an academically independent and self-financed autonomous body. IIPM conducts Two Year/Three Year Programmes in Entrepreneurship. Acceptance/Recognition (de-facto) of Institute’s academic programme is indicated by the list of companies which have so far offered placement/ Summer/Semester projects to IIPM students. The Institute is also listed by Government of India, Ministry of Labour in Career Information Series as well as by private bodies which counsel on educational opportunities (e.g. Career and Competition Times-a Times of India Publication, November, 1991). The Institute is known for its unique programmes in Planning and Entrepreneurship. IIPM conducts its own programme in Planning & Entrepreneurship (a non professional course). Because of inclusion of subjects related to National Economic Planning and our effort to integrate them with various functions of an Entrepreneur, (who has to lead a team of Executives specialized in diverse fields), our two-year programme’s de-jure recognition as equivalent to any degree is superfluous for any judgement on academic standing of the Institute. Students, who are concerned about statutory recognition, need not apply for the programme.

The Institute reserves the right to emphasise this difference in approach and maintain its academic independence. The Institute reserves the right to change the requirement for admission, graduation, content of courses, fees charged or to make any other suitable modification should these be deemed necessary in the interest of the Institute. All disputes are to be settled in Delhi Courts only. The Institute also reserves the right to drop any programme on account of administrative and other constraints. If a course is dropped before commencement of the programme, students will be refunded all fees paid by them. If a course is dropped in the middle of the programme due to circumstances beyond the control of the Institute, students will be refunded (after one year) fees paid in advance for the remaining part of the programme. If a course is however, dropped in the middle of the programme due to students’ agitation, etc. fees paid by the students will not be refunded. The Institute will, however, try to help innocent students to complete interrelated courses (equivalent to atleast 66 credits) through correspondence materials (and, if possible, through occasional contact programmes) in order to avoid disturbance of academic atmosphere by unwanted elements. Any concession achieved from the management under coercion will not be regarded as binding on the Institute.

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It is my pleasure and privilege to state that I have been associated with The Indian Institute of Planning and Management (IIPM) since its inception. I have myself grown with the Institute, as a teacher, as a friend and philosopher to Prof. Chaudhuri and various batches of students over years since 1973. Based on my long, association with IIPM, I state that the courses taught at the Institute cover not only regular MBA curriculum, but also additional inputs of Economics with special emphasis on macro level planning and National Economic Management, which have bearing on corporate management... At the current state of environment when we talk about global business management, this additional load on students are thus exposed to a variety of subjects in greater detail. In view of this. I have no hesitation in admitting that the IIPM course is superior to any regular Post Graduate Diploma/Degree Course exclusively focussed on just MBA curriculum.
Dr. M. Adhikari, 6th of March 1995 (when he was Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi).

... the course content of the Planning and Management Programme of The Indian Institute of Planning and Management covers all the subjects taught in MBA course in the Indian Universities. In additional, the course content of IIPM included 16 and above credit courses to integrate the management programme with specialization in National Economic Planning. I have no hesitation to say that IIPM’s two year programme in Planning and Management is superior to standard MBA courses.
Dr. N.R.Chatterjee, 10th of July 1980 (when he was Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi).

...The Indian Institute of Planning and Management covers all the subjects normally taught in MBA course in addition to 31 credits course in Economics... the IIPM programme in Planning and Management is considered superior to standard MBA courses.
Dr. P.K.Jain, 20th of August 1995 (when he was the Head, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi).

The course content of The Planning and Management Programme of IIPM covers all the subjects normally taught in MBA courses in addition to 32 credit course in Economics to integrate the programme with specialization in National Economic Planning... IIPM programme in Planning and Management may be considered superior to standard MBA courses.
Dr. Utpal K.Banerjee, 12th November 1996 (Renowned Consultant and Advisor on Information Technology and Ex-Advisor to A.I.C.T.E.).

Shri. Gursharan Das, Shri. Bibek Debroy, Shri. Manmohan Singh, Shri. Vasant Sathe & Shri. I.K.Gujral during a seminar organised by IIPM in association with FINCUN

A seminar on Convergence organised by IIPM

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IIPM in Media

Being totally focussed on academics and research, IIPM has constantly made news due to the right reasons. More than one thousand articles on IIPM/ quoting IIPM have come out in the print media and faculty of IIPM have made hundreds of appearances in the electronic media. Every year the Director of IIPM Dr. M. K. Chaudhuri presents budget alternatives before the actual budget is declared. IIPMs original research work has been time and again quoted in various articles. Rarely an article on management education/mangement consulting comes out in the media which does not quote the Dean of IIPM, Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri ! He has been a columnist with various newspapers and magazines including The Hindustan Times apart from regularly contributing for The Times of India as well. He is regularly invited to participate in

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various programmes in the electronic media and has been featured in programmes like Movers & Shakers. His views on the budget every year are exclusively telecast on ZEE NEWS on the day before the budget as well as on the day of the budget. Other faculty members of IIPM are also actively quoted in the media both print and electronic. The Times of India in 2001 and The Hindustan Times in 2002 organised seminars exclusively with faculty of IIPM in various cities of India - something that they both had never done with any other management institute before. The Economic Times featured IIPMs research contribution to Indian management “Theory ‘i’ Management” in a front page cover story. Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri has been featured in the cover stories of the sunday supplements of The Hindustan Times as well as The Telegraph apart from being on the cover stories of various other newspapers and magazines as well.

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A Week at IIPM
Students in the required curriculum typically participate in eighteen 90 minute classes per week. To accommodate, complementary activity such as visiting case protagonists and other guest speakers, individual classes are occasionally extended or a morning class may begin early at 8 :00 a.m. Before and after class, students allocate their time according to their own interests and needs. Most students are involved in the wide range of extracurricular activities offered on campus from afternoon to early evenings. Students spend between one and two hours preparing for each of the next day’s classes. Study groups, which enhance and supplement individual class preparation, typically meet daily.

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IIPM Clubs Fellow programme Three year integrated programme Global Opportunity & Threat Analysis Programme The Great Indian Dream Foundation International Alliances & Degrees Admissions Fees Payment Schedule IIPM in Media

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Classes apart... The sense of community at IIPM is very strong. It starts in the section the group of about 60 class mates with whom students spend their first three Trimesters, working together in small study groups, on team projects, and in the class room. But it extends beyond the bounds of the class room as well, in the relationships built through club activities, and other extra curricular activities like the annual festival, rightly named A-maze. The rollicking rock show and the glittering all India fashion show competition too, form a part of it...