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  -Cicero's Challenge' IIPM Delhi                         -IIPM International Student Exchange Programme                         -Parables - All India writing Competition                         -Week of the Gladiators' IIPM Chennai                         -INGAF training program by IIPM Faculties                          -IIPM Campus Tour                          -Lords of the Loud, Mumbai                        -IIPM Times                         -E2 Seminar on Entrepreneurship, IIPM Delhi                         - Ad Zap competition for UGP, IIPM Delhi                         -IMF - World Bank seminar                         -IIPM Ahmedabad Amaze  
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IIPM is the only institute in India to have contributed to Indian management and understanding of Indian economy through two #1 best selling books - 'Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch' & 'The Great Indian Dream'. 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. Many of the star faculty members of IIPM travel to multiple branches of IIPM to take classes to maintain academic uniformity.
 
     
  Quantitative Techniques
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.

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.

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

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 systems.
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.

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

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

Entrepreneurship : Theory and Practice
The objective of this course is to educate the students about the field of entrepreneurship. They would be given an opportunity to explore how an entrepreneur is born, what motivates them to become an entrepreneur and the process through which they create their enterprises and run them successfully, entrepreneurship and their application through case discussions.
In the latter phase, students are familiarized with the expanding horizons of entrepreneurship. Drawing upon various studies of entrepreneurs and their achievements, the course attempts to create an understanding of entrepreneurial dynamics. Through extensive reading and participation in group discussions and facilitation by the Instructors, students will sharpen their learning of entrepreneural emergence and sustanance.

New Enterprises Creation
The objective of this stream is to provide comprehensive knowledge and develop competencies to start own independent business. This stream will be useful for those who want to launch their own business, wish to become small-medium industry consultant, counsellor or teacher-trainer with specialized post-graduate qualification.

Family Business Management
This stream is designed for students interested in the issues, problems and unique concerns of family business involvement and management.
The course will draw heavily on the personal experience of students in the class. Cases, videos, readings and lectures from guest faculty will focus on critical aspects of family business management.

Agri Entrepreneurship
Amidst the changing paradigms and demanding global structure, India, In order to remain a front-runner needs to primarily focus on the agriculture sector, the backbone of the economy. This specialization will develop agri-preneurs with distinct traits and skills to exploit opportunities galore in the field of agriculture. Among the various strategies to promote planned growth in this sector, focus on promoting viable enterprises will certainly help exploit its operational efficiency to the hilt.

Organizational Behaviour
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.

Corporate Accounting

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

Basic Finance
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 and decide questions concerning allocation of business funds to competing alternatives.

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.

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.

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.

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 enable them to take part actively in discussions and to address an audience.

Written Executive Communication
The objective of this course is to develop communication skills in letter and report writing.

Research Methodology
The course objective is to develop a scientific 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
The course aims at developing the skill in formulating the strategy of the organisation taking into consideration alternative opportunities, corporate capability, personal aspirations as well as social responsibility.

Principles of Organisation

To acquaint and critically review the accepted principles of organisation and to examine relevance of these principles in different economic systems.

Organizational Development
To acquaint students with theoretical as well as practical problems that an organisation has to solve for continuous development.

 
     
     
 
 
 
 
     
 

IIPM IN FINANCIAL TIMES, UK. FEATURE OF THE WEEK  

2nd HIGHEST INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENTS IN INDIA: B-schooled in India and placed abroad, AN ARTICLE IN
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MORE NEWS ON A RECORD 2650 STUDENTS PLACED FOR THE CLASS OF '08 AND AN AMAZING
-165 INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENTS



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72 SUBJECTS IN TWO YEARS! THE SECRET OF IIPM'S SUPERIORITY!
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PROF. ARINDAM CHAUDHURI WRITES A LANDMARK ARTICLE ON HOW TO JUDGE B-SCHOOLS WITH REFERENCE TO ISB, IIMs & IIPM IN INDIA

PROF. ARINDAM CHAUDHURI SPEAKS ON "WHY IIPM COURSE IS NO. 1 IN INDIA"
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TOP 100 STUDENTS FROM ALL INDIA IIPM BRANCHES UNDERTAKE A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN INVESTMENT BANKING BY NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE EXTENSION 
- NUS ranks amongst the Top 3 B-schools in Asia & Australia - NUS also ranks 19th in World University Rankings 2007

IIPM in Financial Times, UK. IIPM has become a member of Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN)

Yale-Harvard-IMD-Wharton- Stanford - Oxford - Cambridge - LSE professors have visited IIPM in the past

IIPM faculty conducts joint workshops for corporate India with professors from Harvard - Stanford - LSE - Wharton - Yale - Oxford - Cambridge…

IIPM Students visit - Switzerland, Singapore, Malaysia, Colombo, Dubai, Paris, London, Italy, America, Austria, Germany, Spain ...

"IIPM has organised for the first time in India an executive education program with Stanford University and a real estate conclave with MIT"

IIPM & Yale have for the first time in India conducted a joint research related to confidence index in India.

IIPM journals have been a part of the most exclusive New York times Business Wire, which is distributed to over 200 media houses world-wide.

IIPM has been on the World Bank Institute's Corporate Social Governance Steering Committee.

IIPM has been the key partner institution of UNDP in India for their Leadership for Transformation Programme.

 
     
 
 
     
 
     
 
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