SI Brochure 2011 | Sustainability | Conservation Biology

2011

Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal

[SUMMER INTERNSHIPS 2011]

.......................................... 5 Courses Offered ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Guide to IIFM ................................. 7 Recruiting Partners ........................................... 10 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Alumni ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3 About PGDFM ... 8 Intellectual Capital ...........................................Contents About IIFM ..................................... 4 Specializations .......................

a unique education that amalgamates Corporate and management expertise with an understanding of social and environmental issues.Pacific. catering to the unique needs of the development. The Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) also contributed financially and technically in establishing the Institute.About IIFM “The students of your institute have demonstrated commitment and are delivering their responsibilities as per our expectations. Its alumni have proved their mettle around the world as business leaders. focus and selectivity when making decisions about their careers. The students display clarity. . Ahmedabad (IIM A) through which the philosophy and raison d’être of IIFM was evolved. the Indian Institute of Forest Management is a key milestone for sectoral management education. it was conceptualized in response to the recommendations of the National Agriculture Commission (NAC). Government of India. The MBA+. The only Institute of its kind in the Asia.” CARE INDIA Situated in the sylvan surroundings of the beautiful city of Bhopal. and serve key inputs in the United Nations and its allied bodies. environment and forestry sectors simultaneously IIFM alumni hold key positions in companies listed in the Forbes’ Global 2000 companies list. Four of the Forbes’ Top 50 Microfinance Institutions are regular recruiters It has consistently been ranked among the top three sectoral business schools in the country. because society and environment is no longer fringe issues in the planning process of the country. entrepreneurs and academicians strongly grounded in the management of natural resources to the economic gain of the society and businesses alike. Established in 1982 as an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF). The impetus generated by these recommendations culminated in an alliance with the Indian Institute of Management. Since its inception. IIFM has been home to some of the most brilliant young minds who are constantly raising the bar of excellence in this dynamic field.

Of course.About PGDFM IIFM believes in the importance of giving its students extensive practical exposure alongside invaluable academic inputs to ensure their holistic development. Development Organizations. . Industry Visits. A ten week compulsory Summer Internship with various organizations which include Financial institutions. Field Visits. they gain a deeper understanding of the linkages that exist in the above mentioned sectors. Hence. After four terms of studying core management subjects. In addition to understanding the dynamics of Forest Management. all this would not be possible without a strong conceptual foundation of relevant subjects of study. This ensures a perfect mix of business acumen and academic intellect. community participation and Public Private Partnerships. Such exposure is provided by means of Summer Internship. MNCs. Forest based Organizations.. specific projects assigned to the groups sensitizes them to issues like livelihood development. even as students acquire knowledge in specialized areas. students specialize in one of three fields—development management. This diversity in terms of exposure to real life situations refines the decision-making capacity in the students. etc. Government Departments. Guest Lectures. NGOs. environmental management and conservation & livelihood management. environmental management and conservation and livelihood management—in the fifth and sixth terms. provides an opportunity for students to apply academic knowledge to real time managerial problems. giving them the opportunity to acquire complementary skills and knowledge from several relevant areas. the students pursue a combination of subjects ranging from general management to development management. The institute also offers students the option of a minor specialization. In Post Graduate Diploma in Forestry Management (PGDFM). 3-week-long field trips are conducted twice during the programme to provide on-field knowledge. and Live Projects.

Specializations Conservation and Livelihood Management • It is the keystone of the Institute • Livelihood Generation with a Conservative Approach: Ecotourism • Understanding the Natural Resources & Community Linkages • Sustainable Development through Eco-Conservation • Natural Resource Management Development Management • Expanding Conventional Financial Models: Microfinance • E-Governance & Policy Analysis • Insights to the Changes in the Rural Environment • Facilitates development of Sustainable Rural Livelihood • Amalgamation of Financial Management Skills with NRM • Spatial Analysis towards Rural Solution • Agri-Business & Rural Marketing Environmental Management • Green Business • Eco-Conservation for Sustainable Development • Corporate Strategies for Environment Management • Environment Standards and Certifications • Micro Solutions for Macro Problems • Carbon Markets • Renewable Energy .

History & Policy Ecological Economics & Environmental Valuation Environmental Impact Assessment Modeling of Ecology and Economy Climate Change and Sustainable Development E. Law & Planning Biodiversity Conservation Sustainable Forest Management and Certification Adaptive Management Techniques for Development Rural Environment & Development Management NGO Management Development Theory.Courses Offered Compulsory Subject Accounting & Finance Financial Management Management Accounting I Management Accounting II Decision Sciences Quantitative techniques I Quantitative techniques II Economics Macro Economic Policy and Analysis Micro Economic Analysis Environment & Forestry Corporate Environment Management Environmental Conservation & Ecosystem Management Forest Mensuration Forest Operation Management Fundamentals of Forest Management Natural Resource Management for Rural Development General Management Business Communication Management Control System Project Management Strategic Management Supply Chain Management Information Systems Basic Computing and Data Handling Management Information System Marketing Marketing Management Marketing Research OB & HRM Designing Work Organization Human Resource Management Organizational Behavior Sociology Public Policy System Society & Polity Electives Land Management & Agro Forestry Forest Policy.Governance Micro Finance Advanced Data Analysis International Business Geoinformatics Business of Climate Change: CDM & CarbonTrading Rural Banking Environment policy and Law Environmental and Conservation Finance Corporate Environmental Responsibility & Green Marketing Research design and evaluation Rural Marketing Social Development through Innovations in Rural Finance Climate Change and Sustainable Livelihood Renewal Energy Management Integrated Watershed Management Social Impact Assessment Forest Governance Integrated Natural Resource Management Livelihood and Social Entrepreneurship Ecotourism and Nature Conservation Wildlife conservation and management Integrated Water Resource Development and Management Community and Biodiversity conservation The economics of Development and Growth models Medicinal Aromatic Plants and enterprise development .

Yale University [PFM 01-03] Shikha Kalra: Associate. World Bank [PFM 90-92] Harpreet Bhinder: Head HR BPO. UNFCCC [PFM 04-06] Swapan Mehra: Clean Energy and Forestry Finance Expert . KPMG India . London [PFM 03-05] Jagjeet Sareen: Programme Officer.India. Abbott Nutrition [PFM 98-00] Rajni Sundru: Marketing Development Manager (South & East). JK Papers [PFM 98-00] Rajaram Sankaran: Head.Aid and Development Services [PFM 99-01] Naveen Prakash: Manager. IFFCO Tokio [PFM 88-90] Vijay Koul: Owner and CEO. TERI [PFM 97-99] Sandeep Sengupta: Doctoral student. Intellecap CEO. World Bank [PFM 89-91] Varalakshmi Vemuru: Senior Specialist. Villgro (Formerly RIN) [PFM 92-94] Vineet Rai: Chairman and Co-founder. Climate Change Division. Raw Materials. Rabobank International.Alumni [PFM 88-90] Arun Mehrotra: Head-Product Development. Unit. Abt Associates [PFM 92-94] Jayesh Bhatia: Director. [PFM 93-95] Ashish Mishra: General Manager (WP & RD). Deutsche Bank [PFM 90-92] Sushil Saigal : Doctoral Researcher. Global accounts. Hewitt Associates [PFM 90-92] Ravi Kandpal : Head. NRMC India [PFM 92-94] Manish Shankar: AVP. Oxford University [PFM 98-00] Dharmendra Daukia: GM. TCS e-serve [PFM-89-91] Chandra Kishore: Founder. WIPRO [PFM 99-01] Rahul Bist: Founder Partner. The SEEP Network [PFM 99-01] Biplav Chatterjee: Senior Consultant. Commercial excellence. Aavishkaar India Micro Venture Capital Fund [PFM 93-95] Anand Kanaujia: Global Enterprise Application Head. ICICI Bank [PFM 98-00] Sonali Chowdhary: Deputy Director.Harihar Polyfibres [PFM 94-96] Vikas Nath: Founder. Grasim Industries Limited. Access Development Services [PFM 92-94] Paul Basil: CEO. Ipsoft Inc. M2i Consulting [PFM 01-03] Alark Saxena: Doctoral student. Digital Governance Initiative [PFM 96-98] Soumitri Das: Fellow. University of Cambridge [PFM 92-94] Anand Sinha: Country Director. Value Initiative. Network of Indian Environment Professionals [PFM 89-91] Ramesh Mukalla: Senior Water & Sanitation Specialist. SAP logic [PFM 89-91] Amar Saxena: Head. Investment Banking .

Singapore Orient Paper Mills PEPSI Co. KFW KPMG MCX Muthoot Finance NCDEX Olam International. Society TRIFED Udyogini UNESCO UNIDO Villgro (RIN) World Bank WWF FES GEER Foundation Gujarat Ecology Commission Jungle Lodges & Resorts MP Ecotourism Board TERI Veda Climate Change Winrock International FORESTRY Andhra Pradesh Forest Dept. Corp. ITC Bhadrachalam ITC Global Agri Systems J. (BILT) CII Crompton Greaves Earthy Goods Ernst & Young ESRI-India Exim Bank FINO FRLHT Grasim Industries Ltd. Ltd. ITTO Karnataka Forest Dev. HPCL ICICI Bank ICICI Prudential Life IMS Learning Resources India Bulls Indian Oil Corp Ltd. Corp. Ltd. Foundation for MSME Clusters Gram Mooligai Co GUDC Kerala Horticulture Dep. CIFOR Indonesia Chhatisgarh MFP Federation DANIDA Asia Forest Network Forest Development Agencies Forest Development Corp. Procter and Gamble PVM Renewable Woods Siemens Information System Sambodhi Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) Aid et Action ASA BISWA Byrraju Foundation CARE India Development Support Centre Development Credit Bank DHAN Foundation EDA Rural Systems Pvt. Vindhya Valley MICROFINANCE Bandhan Microfinance BASIX CCFID CMF Rajasthan Disha Microfinance Friends of WWB India Grameen Koota Intellecash MicroSave Sonata Microfinance SKS Microfinance ENVIRONMENT ATREE General Carbon (Formerly Cantor CO2e) CEE SGP-UNDP C-TRAN CSE Delhi ELDF Emergent Ventures India (EVI) MARKETING RESEARCH & CONSULTANCY IFMR IMRB International Indian Institute of Science ORG-MARG RISK Management Solutions India (RMSI) DEVELOPMENT Access Development Services ACTION-AID .Recruiting Partners CORPORATE ABN Amro Bank AIT Bangkok Asian Development Bank Australian Wheat Board Axis Bank Ballarpur Industries Ltd.K. Harihar Polyfibres Harrison Malayalam HDFC Bank HEG Hindustan Latex Hindustan Newsprint Ltd. Programme Lupin Human Welfare National Innovation Foundation One World South Asia OXFAM (India) Trust Pradan Sewa Mandir School of Good Governance & Policy Making SIDA SIR Dorabji Tata Trust Tata Steel Rural Dev.

) Ujjal Kumar Sarma (Ph.D.) C.) Bhaskar Sinha (Ph. Singh (Ph. Madguni (Ph.D.S) INFORMATION TECH.D.S.N.) (on leave) Parul Rishi (Ph. D.) P.) Asha Khanna (P.V.D.D.D.D. K. Dharni (I.S.) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Rekha Singhal (Ph.) Advait Edgaonkar (Ph.S. Jadhav (I. K.S.D.) S.) Parag Dubey (Ph.) (on leave) Yogesh Dubey (Ph.D. Lal (Ph.D.D.) Vandita Singh Banerjee (P.) A. Anil Khare (I.G.S.) Aravind Bijalwan (Ph.) TECHNICAL FORESTRY H.) COMMUNICATION & EXTENSION MANAGEMENT K.G.D.F.S.) D. B.D. K.F.F.D. I. D.D.D.) Amitabh Pandey (Ph.) ENVIRONMENT & DEVELOPMENTAL ECONOMICS Madhu Verma (Ph.) SOCIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT P.F.Intellectual Capital DIRECTOR R.D.D.D.) ECOSYSTEM & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT Suprava Patnaik (Ph.R.) MARKETING MANAGEMENT Manamohan Yadav (Ph.) P. Ph.) .) Omprakash D. P. Biswas (Ph..) (on leave) Capt.Bhattacharya (Ph.D.D.S.) B..) Chandra Prakash Kala (Ph.D.D. & QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES Chinmaya Singh Rathore (Ph.) A.) Vijay Kumar (Ph. Ray (Ph.) Ashish David (Ph. Upadhyay (Ph.F. A. Gupta (I.D.D. Patil (I. Debnath (Ph.) K.) FINANCIAL MANAGEMNET Ashutosh Verma (Ph. Vijay Kumar (Ph.F. K.D. K. Krishna Kumar (Ph.

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