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SELF STUDY REPORT (SSR) FOR NAAC ACCREDITATION
SELF STUDY REPORT (SSR) FOR
NAAC ACCREDITATION
2nd Cycle
Submitted to
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
2014
PRESTIGE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH
Affiliated to Devi Ahilya University, Indore,
(An Autonomous Institute Established in 1994 and Accredited with Grade “A” NAAC)
Website – pimrindore.ac.in
e-mail address – [email protected]
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Content
Covering Letter from the Head of the Institution
3
NACC Steering Committee and Report Prepration Committee
5
Executive Summary – The SWOC Analysis of the Institution
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SELF STUDY REPORT
Part – I INSTITUTIONAL DATA
A. Profile of the Institution
15
B. Criteria-wise analytical report
Criterion I: Curricular Aspect
31
Criterion II: Teaching-Learning & Evaluation
51
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
115
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and learning recourses
147
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
164
Criterion VI: Governance, Leadership and Management
238
Criterion VII: Innovation and Best Practices
283
C. Evaluation Report of Departments
Economics Department
293
Finance Department
342
HR & General Management Department
409
Marketing Department
473
Systems & QT Department
531
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To,
The Director
National Assessment and Accreditation Council
PO Box 1075,
Jhana Bharathi Road
Nagarbhavi
Bangalore 560 072
Subject: Submission of SSR for 2nd Cycle of Accreditation (Track ID –
MPCOGN13916)
Respected Sir,
Prestige Institute of Management and Research Indore was established in the year 1994
with the approval of AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to Devi Ahilya University, Indore.
The Institute has been granted autonomous status from 2006 and further in 2012. With
reference to your letter dated Janauary 01, 2014 (NAAC/WR/JP/MP/257/JN-2nd
Cycle/2013-14), we are pleased to submit the Self Study Report (SSR) for 2nd cycle to
you alongwith all the necessary documents.
We request you to kindly consider our SSR favourably for the grant of NAAC
Accreditation status to our Institute.
Thanking you,
Yours faithfully,
Dr.Yogeshwari Phatak
Director
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DECLARATION BY THE HEAD OF THE INSTITUTION
I certify that the data included in this Self-Study Report (SSR) are true to the best of my
knowledge.
This SSR is prepared by the Institution after internal discussion and no part thereof has been
outsourced.
I am aware that the Peer team will validate the information provided in this SSR during the peer
team visit.
Dr.Yogeshwari Phatak
Director
Place: Indore
Date: 29-05-2014
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NAAC Steering Committee
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Coordinator
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Co-coordinator
Report Preparation Team
Executive Summary and SWOC
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak and Dr. R.K. Sharma
Analysis of Institution
Part A: College Profile
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Part B: Criteria-wise Analytical Reports
Criterion I:
Criterion II:
Criterion III:
Curricular Aspects
 Ms. Bhawna Shama
 Ms. Raksha Thakur
Teaching- Learning and Evaluation
 Dr. Nitin Tanted
 Dr. Sachin Mittal
 Dr. Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu
Research, Consultancy and Extension
 Dr. Alok Bansal
 Dr. Rupal Choudhary
 Mr. Manish Joshi
 Ms. Khushboo Makwana
 Mr. Ravi Chagle
Criterion IV:
Infrastructure and Learning Resources
 Mr. Suyash Jhawar
 Mr. Deepesh Mamtani
Criterion V:
Student Support and Progression
 Dr. Pragya Keshari
 Ms. Sharda Haryani
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Criterion VI:
Governance, Leadership and Management
 Dr. Shubhangi Jore
 Dr. Swarnjeet Arora
Criterion VII:
Innovations and Best Practices
 Dr. Vipin Choudhary
 Ms. Bharati Motwani
Evaluative Report of Departments
Economics
Dr. Rupal Choudhary
Finance
Ms. Ranjana Patel
HR & General Management
Dr. Anukool M. Hyde
Marketing
Dr. Ajit Upadhyaya
System & QT
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
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Annexure – I-III
Annexure – I
UGC 2(f)
576
Annexure – II
12B certificate
577
Annexure – III
Details of Approvals from AICTE
578
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Executive Summary and SWOC Analysis of Institution
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Executive Summary
Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore is conceived as a unique growth oriented
Institute of Professional Education and Training. The Institute is promoted by philanthropists’
and industrialist and entrepreneur of Prestige Group Shri N.N. Jain with the Vision “To be A
leader in Professional Education, Research and Development”.
Its Mission is To provide quality education by innovating and continuously improving upon the
disciplines of management and computer applications through advanced methods of training,
meaningful research and intimate relations with business, industry and other institutions in the
country and abroad”.
The objectives of the Institute to provide professional education and training to all irrespective of
caste,creed, religion, province, faith, gender, political affiliation and financial status. To support
industry executives in developing professional competencies to provide consultancy to industry
to encourage research, and take measures to address social and environmental concerns.
The Institute has a Quality Policy which states as follows “We , at PIMR, are committed to
excellence in management education , training, research and consultancy services to the utmost
satisfaction of our stakeholders.”
The Institute made a beginning in 1994 by introducing MBA(Full Time) MBA (PT) and BBA
program. It was the first private B-School to offer management program at undergraduate level
in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Institute is a research centre and is affiliated to Devi Ahilya
Vishwavidyalaya, Indore since 1994. Besides its MBA Program has been affiliated by AICTE
since 1994. The Institute enjoys permanent affiliation since 2000 for its MBA (Full Time
Program) and BBA Program. The Institute has been recognized by UGC under 2 f in November
2003, and 12 b in July 2011. It was accorded autonomous status by UGC in the year 2006 and
again in 2012. Besides, the MBA (Full Time) Program has been accredited by NBA(AICTE) in
2003, 2006 and 2012 . The Institute has been awarded NAAC A Grade by UGC in 2009. At
present the Institute offers 4 undergraduate 7 post graduate programs and 3 diplomas. The
Institute has 18 Ph.D research guides 43 Ph.Ds have awarded with the Institute as a research
centre and 105 Ph.D. scholars are currently enrolled with the Institute as a research centre.
The Institute has its Five Departments which have been created on the basis oif area of
specialization names HR, IT, Marketing, Finance and Economics. These departments are not
water tight compartments and all programs draw from these departments due to the
interdisciplinary nature of the programs offered. The Institute offer the following programs in
Post Graduate Level.
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S/No
Program
I
Intake
1
Masters of Business Administration (Full Time)
300
2
Masters of Business Administration (Part Time
60
3
Masters of Business Administration (MM)
120
4
Masters of Business Administration (FA)
120
5
Masters of Business Administration (IB)
60
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Masters of Business Administration (PA)
60
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Master of Mass Communication
60
Programs at undergraduate level.
S/No
Program
I
Intake
1
Bachelor of Business Administration
420
2
Bachelor of Business Administration Foreign Trade)
60
3
Bachelor of Commerce (Hon)
120
4
Bachelor of Computer Application
120
Diploma Programmes offered
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Advanced Diploma in Business Computing (ADBC)
Post Graduate Diploma in Event Management and Public Relations(PGDEPR)
Diploma in event Management (DEM)
Curriculum Design and Development : The Institute offers a wide variety of Post
Graduate and Under Graduate degree programmes, Diploma programs and is also a
Research centre for Ph.D. Programs . The Institute introduces new programmes from time
to time as per the changing market demand. The Institute on the basis of feedback of
industry, students and faculty members assesses the existing curriculum and remove/delete
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and/or add/include topics and subject from time to time. The Institute involves industry,
research bodies and society in curriculum design and development to ensure relevancy and
industry readiness of its programmes.
Electives are offered at both post graduate and
under graduate level in terms of specialization. The majority of the programmes offered by
the Institute have semester system in which one of the programmes i.e, Advance Diploma in
Business Computing has trimester system. The Institute has large number of programmes
which are interdisciplinary with variety of coverage of functional areas in the forms of
specialization. Being an Autonomous Institute the curriculum is reviewed and revised every
year. Some of the programs have choice based credits thus offering flexibility of choice to
students. The Institute also provides additional input to the students by way of a wide aray
of short term certificate programs like Social Media Marketing, e Accounting , Modeling
using Excel, Tally, Stock Market Technical Analysis, Financial simulation, Retail
Marketing to name a few.
Teaching Learning Evaluation: The Institute continuously evolves innovative methods of
teaching, learning and evaluation procedure. Some Innovative teaching methods include,
Social Projects, Pratibimb( film based learning), Seminars, Live Wire, Jigyasa(Research
Paper Competition), Pragya (Summer Training Contest) Prayas (Case Study Contest),
Video conferencing lectures, Srijan(Computer Program contest), simulated technical
analysis, newspaper subscriptions for students, advanced financial modeling using excel,
port and industrial visit at National and International level to name a few. The Institute has
a continuous evaluation system. The Institute follows a semester system 60 percent
weightage is given to external semester examination and 40 percent to internal assessment.
The internal assessment comprises of a number of components which include class tests,
open book tests, fish pond, extra mural lectures, attendance, summer training projects, case
study evaluation, attendance for personality development classes to name a few.
The Institute is an Autonomous Institute since 2009 and therefore, has flexibility in course
design, development and conducts its own examinations. The institute uses IT to support
all these activities. It has an e-payment gateway which facilitates students. An integrated
software which ensures transparency and efficiency. All evaluation of students are available
online through student login on Institute web portal which can be accessed by student from
their homes. Teaching learning process also uses this system which allows cases,
assignments, attendance, teaching notice etc., to be given and submitted online.
Infrastructure: The Institute is located in one of the most posh locations of Indore which
makes it easily accessible and safe for students. The Institute has two state of the art
campuses with excellent library, computer, store and placement facilities. The campus is
eco-friendly and optimally utilizes natural light to reduce energy consumption. The
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Institutes Library has been adjudged Best Library of Madhya Pradesh twice by M.P. Library
Association. The campus is wi-fi enabled and has an integrated software for all its
administrative and academic activities.
Research : The Institute is a recognized research centre affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwa
Vidyalaya since 1996. The Institute has Eighteen Ph.D research guides 43 Ph.Ds have
awarded 105 Ph.D. scholars are currently enrolled with the Institute as a research centre.
The Institute encourages research among its faculty and students in various ways like
sponsoring them to present papers in national and international conferences, providing them
academic leave for research, conducting international and national conferences, national
case writing workshops twice a year, national research methodology workshop, faculty
development lecture series to name a few. It also has various publications like case
monographs, books, status paper, e journal, Prestige International Journal of Management
and Research, Book of research projects of BBA students, Abhigyan, Egyaan, Prestige
Research Abstracts to name a few. The Institute also assesses faculty on 360* which
includes PBAS of UGC where weightage is given to faculty research and publications. All
faculty members of the Institute are either Ph.Ds, Ph.D guides, or undergoing their Ph.D.
Program. The Institute has also instituted awards for Best Ph.D. Thesis which is conferred
in its international conference held on 30th & 31st January every year, Jigyasa a student
Research paper competition and PIMR Outstanding Research Award has also been
instituted. The Institute also sponsors research projects undertaken by its Faculty and has
an administrative research cell to support research. All faculty are provided laptops and eresourses besides excellent library facilities to facilitate research.
Holistic approach to education. The Institute has a NSS centre and PIMR Rotract Club
which make students socially aware and responsible. These bodies conduct various social
drives like blood donation camps, clothes donation to slum areas, education to children
residing in slums, donations to old age homes, orphanages, donation of Laptops and hearing
aids to students of Deaf and Dumb School to name a few. The Institute also has a self
awareness and Holistic Development Cell which conducts Workshops by eminent Spiritual
Leaders, Yoga and Meditation camps., etc., The Institute has a Room of Silence for
students to relax, read spiritual literature and contemplate. Students do social projects as
part of their curriculum and Institute has an award for outstanding social Entrepreneur
which is awarded in its international conference every year. ‘
The Institute airms at becoming a University with Global presence in the near future.
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SWOC ANALYSIS
STRENGTHS
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Conducive working environment both for faculty and staff leading to faculty and staff
retention.
Activities undertaken to promote social welfare and inculcate a sense of social responsibility.
Research environment and importance given to faculty and student research.
State of the art infrastructure with wifi campus and one of the best Library with large number
of books, journals, magazines, e journals of national and international repute with latest
edition.
Awards given to promote Management Excellence, Social Entrepreneurship and Alumni
Achievement, Quality Research, Entrepreneurship and Academic achievement.
Continuous progressive evaluation system for students
Participative Management.
Vocational course for students like Event Management, ADBC, Retail Management.
Ranked in top 35 Management Institute by various business magazines and ranking agencies.
Large number of initiatives undertaken for supporting number of slow learners and students
from diverse backgrounds.
MBA program accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) thrice last in 2012.
Regularly updated curriculum with industry inputs.
Comprehensive system which ensures platform to promote faculty students and staff
development.
International exposure to students.
Strong Industry linkages.
Use of Innovative teaching.
Emphasis on holistic development of students.
WEAKNESSES
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Institute is not a degree awarding body.
Lack of flexibility in admitting International students to degree programs.
Lack of flexibility in introducing innovative and job/entrepreneurial development degree
program.
OPPORTUNITIES
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To have an International Campus.
To be one of the globally recognized Institutions of Management.
To become a University
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CHALLENGES
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Students with diverse background with diverse needs.
Enhancing number of students opting for entrepreneurship.
Recruiting highly experienced faculty.
More autonomy in admission procedure to attract international students.
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A. PROFILE OF THE COLLEGE
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Self-Study for Autonomous Colleges
39 Profile of the Autonomous College
1. Name and address of the College:
Name: Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore
Address: 2, Education & Health Sector, Scheme No. 54
City: Indore
State: Madhya Pradesh
Website: www.pimrindore.ac.in
2. For communication:
Designation
Director
Vice
Principal
Steering
Committee
Coordinator
Name
Dr. Yogeshwari
Phatak
Telephone with
STD code
O:0731-4012222
Mobile
98263-85332
R:
Fax
Email
0731-4012251 [email protected]
c.in
O:
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R:
Dr. Deepak
Jaroliya
O:0731-4012232
98267-06970
R:
3. Status of the Autonomous College by management.
i. Government
ii. Private
iii. Constituent College of the University
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0731-4012251 [email protected]
ndore.ac.in
4. Name of University to which the College is Affiliated
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore
5. a. Date of establishment, prior to the grant of ‘Autonomy’ (31/03/1994)
b. Date of grant of ‘Autonomy’ to the College by UGC: (04/05/2006)
6. Type of institution:
a. By Gender
i. For Men
ii. For Women
40 Co-education
b. By shift
i. Regular
ii. Day
41 Evening
c. Source of funding
i. Government
i. Grant-in-aid
ii. Self-financing
iii. Any other
(Please specify)
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7. Is it a recognized minority institution?
Yes
No
If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide documentary
evidence.
NA
8.
a. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section
Date, Month & Year
Remarks
(dd-mm-yyyy)
(If any)
i. 2 (f)
24/11/2003
Annexure I
ii. 12 (B)
21/07/2011
Annexure II
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)
b. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC
(AICTE,NCTE,MCI,DCI,PCI,RCI etc.)
Under Section/clause Day, Month and
Year
Validity
Programme/
institution
Remarks
(dd-mm-yyyy)
i. AICTE
19/03/2013
30/06/2014
MBA(FT)/(PT) Annexure III
ii. AICTE
19/03/2013
30/06/2014
MBA(IB)
iii. AICTE
19/03/2013
30/06/2014
MBA(MM)
iv. AICTE
19/03/2013
30/06/2014
MBA(FA)
v.
19/03/2013
30/06/2014
MBA(PA)
AICTE
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition/approval)
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9. Has the College been recognized
a. By UGC as a ‘College with Potential for Excellence’(CPE)?
Yes
No
If yes, date of recognition : ………NA……… (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. For its contributions/performance by any other governmental agency?
Yes
No
If yes, Name of the agency National Board of Accreditation and
Date of recognition: 08/06/2012 (dd/mm/yyyy)
10. Location of the campus and area:
Location *
Urban
Campus area in sq. mts or acres
7645.67 Sq. Mt.
Built up area in sq. mts.
13033.82 Sq. Mt.
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)
11.
Does the College have the following facilities on the campus (Tick the available
facility)? In case the College has an agreement with other agencies in using such
facilities provide information on the facilities covered under the agreement.
 Auditorium/seminar complex
 Sports facilities
 play ground
 swimming pool
 gymnasium
 Hostel
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 Boys’ hostels
 Girls’ hostels
 Residential facilities
 for teaching staff
 for non-teaching staff
 Cafeteria
 Health centre –
 First aid facility
 Inpatient facility *
 Outpatient facility *
 ambulance facility*
 emergency care facility *
Health centre staff –
 Qualified doctor
Full time*
Part-time
 Qualified Nurse
Full time*
Part-time
 Other facilities
 Bank
 ATM
 post office
 book shops
 Transport facilities
 for students
 for staff
 Power house
 Waste management facility
*The Institute has signed a MOU with Rajshree Hospital, Indore.
12.
Details of programmes offered by the institution: (Give data for current academic year)
Sl.
No.
Programme
Level
Name of the
Programme/
Course
Duration Entry
Qualificati
on
1
UG
B.Com(Hons)
BBA
BCA
BBA
(Foreign
Trade)
3 years
12th
20
Medium of
instruction
English
Sanctioned/
approved
Student
intake
120
420
120
60
No. of
students
admitted
94
368
16
48
2
PG
MBA(FT)*
MBA(PT) *
Graduation
English
42 y
s
300
60
60
120
120
60
60
300
8
60
120
120
60
02
2 years
MBA(IB) *
MBA(MM) *
MBA(FA) *
MBA(PA) *
MMC*
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3
Integrated
Masters
4
M.Phil.
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5
Ph.D.
----
3 year
P.G.
English
----
105
6
Integrated Ph.D.
----
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7
Certificate
CPFMA
6 month
12th
English
10
5
8
Diploma
DEM
1 year
12th
English
25
6
ADBC
1 year
12th
English
30
3
PGDEM &
PR
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1 year
Graduation
English
30
4
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9
PG Diploma
10
Any other
(please Specify)
13. Does the institution offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes 
No 
If yes, how many?
11
14. Whether new programmes have been introduced during the last five years?
Yes
No
If yes
Number 7
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 FT- Full Time, PT- Part Time, IB- International Business, MM- Marketing Management,
FA- Financial Administration, PA- Personnel Administration, MMC- Master of Mass
Communication
15. List the departments: ( Do not list facilities like library, Physical Education as departments
unless these are teaching departments and offer programmes to students)
Particulars
Marketing
Number/Program
Under Graduate
Post Graduate 2 Programs – MBA(MM)
MMC
Finance
Under Graduate
1 Program – B.Com(Hons.)
Post Graduate 1 Program – MBA(FA)
HRM & GM
Under Graduate
1 Program – BBA
Post Graduate 3 Programs – MBA(FT)
Economics
Number of
Students
admitted
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
120
2
94
120
368
300
MBA(PT)
8
MBA(PA)
60
1 Program – BBA(Foreign
Tread)
48
60
1 Program – MBA(IB)
System
Under Graduate
22
1 Program – BCA
16
Particulars
Number/Program
Number of
Students
admitted
Post Graduate NIL
Any Other
Research Center
Management
105
16. Are there any UG and/or PG programmes offered by the College, which are not covered
under Autonomous status of UGC? Give details. NO
17. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree course like BA, MA,
BSc, M Sc, Bcom etc.)
a. annual system
b. semester system
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c. trimester system
18. Number of Programmes with
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a. Choice Based Credit System
b. Inter/multidisciplinary approach
c. Any other ( specify)
19. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students
36570
enrolled )
(a) including the salary component
(b) excluding the salary component
23490
20. Does the College have a department of Teacher Education offering NCTE recognized
degree programmes in Education?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. How many years of standing does the department have?
…NA…… years
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: ……NA………………………………
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Date: ……………NA……………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
c. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?
Yes
No
21. Does the College have a teaching department of Physical Education offering NCTE
recognized degree programmes in Physical Education?
Yes
No
If yes,
a. How many years of standing does the department have?
… NA …… years
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable)
Notification No.: …… NA ………………………………
Date: ……… NA …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
c. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?
Yes
No
22. Whether the College is offering professional programme?
Yes
No
If yes, please enclose approval / recognition details issued by the statutory body governing
the programme.
23. Has the College been reviewed by any regulatory authority? If so, furnish a copy of the
report and action taken there upon. Y / N (AICTE)
24. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the College
Positions
Teaching faculty
Non- teaching
staff
24
Technical
staff
Positions
Teaching faculty
Non- teaching
staff
Technical
staff
Professor Associat Assistant
e
Professor
Professor
*M *F
Sanctioned by the 2
UGC / University /
State Government
*M
*F
*M *F
*M
*F
*M
*F
1
8
1
20
28
23
5
14
1
Nil
Nil
Nil Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Recruited
Yet to recruit
Sanctioned by the Nil
Management/Society
or other authorized
bodies
Recruited
Yet to
recruit
*M-Male *F-Female
25. Qualifications of the teaching staff
Highest
qualification
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Total
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
D.Sc./D.Litt.
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Ph.D.
2
1
8
1
3
9
24
Permanent teachers
25
M.Phil.
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2
1
3
PG
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13
19
32
Ph.D.
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M.Phil.
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PG
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Ph.D.
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M.Phil.
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PG
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Temporary teachers
Part-time teachers
55
26. Number of Visiting Faculty/ Guest Faculty engaged by the College.
27. Students enrolled in the College during the current academic year, with the following
details:
UG
PG
Integ M.
rated Phi
Mast l.
er
Students
M
F
M
F
From the
state where
the College is
located
930
550
72
3
From other
states of
India
85
26
NRI students
-
Foreign
-
Ph.D.
Integ D.Li
rated tt./
Ph.D D.Sc
.
.
Certi
ficat
e
Dipl
oma
PG
Diplo
ma
M F MF M
F
M F M F M F M F
M
F
49
5
-
-
- - 5
4
5
1
-
-
-
-
1
31
5
-
-
- - -
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
- - -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- - -
-
-
-
-
-
-
26
2
7
1
-
5
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
UG
PG
Integ M.
rated Phi
Mast l.
er
Students
M
F
M
F
101
5
576
75
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Dipl
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PG
Diplo
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M F M F M F M F
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students
Total
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*M-Male F-Female
28. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average for the last two batches)
1.19%
2.03%
UG
PG
29. Number of working days during the last academic year.
292
30. Number of teaching days during the last academic year
1
31. Is the College registered as a study centre for offering distance education programmes for
any University?
Yes
If yes, provide the
No
NA
a. Name of the University
b. Is it recognized by the Distance Education Council?
Yes
No
c. Indicate the number of programmes offered.
NA
32. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered: 1:30 and 1:15
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2
33. Is the College applying for?
Accreditation :
Cycle 1
Cycle 2
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
Re-Assessment:
34. Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment only)
Cycle 1: …June 2009……… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results A. (3.11)
Cycle 2: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results
Cycle 3: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results
* Kindly enclose copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s)
Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation; Cycle 2 and beyond refers to reaccreditation
35. a. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
13/04/2009 (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. Dates of submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQARs).
(i) AQAR for year 2009-10 on 03/12/2010 (dd/mm/yyyy)
(ii) AQAR for year 2010-11 on 11/04/2012 (dd/mm/yyyy)
(iii) AQAR for year 2011-12 on 30/08/2013 (dd/mm/yyyy)
(iv) AQAR for year 2012-13 on 21/05/2014 (dd/mm/yyyy)
36. Any other relevant data, the College would like to include. (Not exceeding one page)
The Institute has received various national awards. The details are following:
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Business Chronicle Magazine awarded Certificate of Excellence to the Prestige Institute of
Management and Research in the year 2014.
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Indore Management association has conferred Certificate of Honour to the Prestige Institute
of Management and Research in the year 2013.
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MBA by Choice Magazine awarded Certificate of Excellence to the Prestige Institute of
Management and Research in the year 2012-13.
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The chairman of Prestige Education Society, Shri N. N. Jain was awarded the E-India Award
for 2012 by the Digital learning in the category ICT enabled higher education award held at
Hyderabad on 15th -16th Nov, 2012.
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The chairman of Prestige Education Society, Shri N.N. Jain was awarded the Shiksha Ratna
Award for Best Faculty in M P held at the State Education Summit Expo 2012 organised by
Digital learning on 19th Dec 2012.
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The institute is privilege recipient of Devang Mehta Award 2010 and 2011.
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The institute is privilege recipient of Devang Mehta Award 2009. The award is conferred
upon Shri N. N. Jain for his excellence and contribution to management education and his
impeccable contribution to the society.
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The institute has won GUINNESS WORLD RECORD title for ’Largest backwards walk’
in 2014.
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Students of the Institute have International Placement with package of Rs. 15 Lakhs in Allied
Special Products, Qatar.
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The Institute has been ranked consistently in the upper edge of top ranking business schools
in the nation-wide surveys carried out by the agencies like Business Today, Cosmode,
Ministry Human Resource Development, Business India and Outlook – which has
enabled the Institute to achieve significant position amongst B-schools in the country. The
Institute was ranked 2nd in Central India. Recently it was rated “A+” by Business India
Magazine and secured 30th rank in a survey conducted by C-fore, which was published in
OPEN Magazine. The institute has also earned privilege of been ranked among College of
Excellence by GHRDC and obtained 33rd rank in OUTLOOK magazine.
The Institute has won NEN Entrepreneurship Week-India 2014 Premier Award and NEN
Entrepreneurship week-India 2014 [email protected] Award
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CRITERIA-WISE ANALYTICAL REPORT
CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
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1.1
1.1.1
CURRICULUM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
How are the institutional vision / mission reflected in the academic programmes of the
college
The vision and mission of the institution
VISION
To be a leader in Professional Education, Research and Development.
MISSION
To provide quality education by innovating and continuously improving upon the disciplines of
management and computer applications through advanced methods of training, meaningful
research and intimate relations with business, industry and other institutions in the country and
abroad.
The Institution’s Vision and Mission is to contribute high quality, socially committed
professionals and also ensure the industry relevance of its academic programmes. The students
are offered expert guidance in emerging fields not only by faculties but also experts from industry
and academics who are invited frequently to the institute in various academic activities and events
like summer training, seminars etc. which are the part of curriculum. Rigorous efforts are put
forward by the institute for the students to upgrade the academic standards and keep them abreast
of global developments in various domains. The basic syllabus of all programs, degree, certificate
programs and diploma courses together provide need-based skills in terms of the fast changing
industry requirements and employment scenarios at the national and international levels.
The institute offers a wide variety of degree programme as per the national needs. The
institute also introduces new programmes from time to time as per the changing market
demands in various sectors. Currently the institute offers four programme at Bachelor
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level namely Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Business Administration
(Foreign Trade) and Bachelor of Computer Application, Honors in Bachelor of
Commerce along with Masters Degree Programmes namely Master of Business
Administration (Full Time), Master of Business Administration (Part Time),Master of
Business Administration (Marketing Management), Master of Business Administration
(International Business), Master of Business Administration(Financial Administration),
Master of Business Administration (Personnel Administration) and Master of Mass
Communications. The institute also provides a platform for learning and development
through soft skill programs, communication, Career Guidance and Counseling along with
Foreign Languages like Mandarin, German and French.
The institute also offers a number of diploma/certificate programs to its students to enhance their
skills like :
Diploma/Certificate Programs
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Advanced Diploma in Business Computing (ADBC)
Certificate Program in Financial Market Analysis (CFA)
Retail Sales Associate-Level 4 Certificate Course of NSDC
Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis
Advance Course on Capital Market
Comprehensive Financial Simulation
Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis
MS Excel 2007 Advanced Training Program
Post Graduate Diploma in Event Management and Public Relations(PGDEPR)
Diploma in event Management (DEM)
Certificate Program on Capital Market
Describe the mechanism used in the design and development of the curriculum? Give
details on the process (Need Assessment, feedback etc.)
The institute on basis of feedback of faculty program coordinators, industry and student feedback
assesses the existing curriculum and seeks removal of the deadwood or obsolete form of syllabus
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and introduction of new and relevant topics and courses in curriculum. These changes are made
through systematic mechanism at various levels.
The institution undertakes the following mechanism for design and development of the
curriculum.
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The Director puts forward the agenda in the meeting of the Heads of Departments.
Syllabus Board is prepared.
The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are distributed areas wise to
the various faculty of their departments and respective departments analytically and
critically look at programs/courses.
• While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback from Alumni, students,
faculty program coordinators are also taken into consideration.
• The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the College Boards of Studies
(BoS) for discussion
• The observations and suggestions of the member of BoS are taken into consideration for
finalizing the Curriculum and the revised curriculum is placed before the Academic
Council (AC) of the Institute.
• The Academic Council then make suggestions for necessary modification in the course
curriculum and after incorporation of the necessary modification the curriculum is then
placed in front of the Executive Council (EC) for further discussion and approval. Once
approved by the Executive Council the curriculum in the final shape is sent to the
University and then implemented in the forthcoming academic session.
• The changed curriculum is then printed and communicated via information brochure,
institute website, induction program and through library.
1.1.3
How does the college involve industry, research, research bodies and civil society in the
curriculum design and development process? How did the college benefits through the
involvement of the stakeholders?
The institute involves industry, research, research bodies and society in curriculum design and
development process to ensure relevancy and industry readiness of its programs.
1. Involvement of Industry
The institute involves industry in the curriculum design and development through feedback that it
receives from them during curriculum workshops, their feedback as members of advisory board,
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their feedback is also taken in the various bodies of the institute namely Board of Studies,
Academic Council and Executive Council. Besides feedback at the time of placement process is
also taken from industry and feedback from industry mentors at the time of summer internship.
2. Involvement of Research and Research Bodies
The academia are involved in the curriculum design and development process by taking feedback
of outside subject experts during curriculum workshops 34 rganized by the institution. The
institute also invites faculty from abroad and prominent national institutions and takes their
feedback on various courses which form part of the curriculum. Academia from other prominent
institutions like UTDs, IIMs, NMIMS, IITs etc. also part of the Board of Studies, Academic
Council and Executive Council where their suggestions and feedback of curriculum is solicited.
Senior faculty of research bodies like ICSSR are invited to give feedback on curriculum and also
for faculty development.
3. Involvement of Civil Society
The Institute has members of society on its various bodies like Board of Studies, Academic
Council and Executive Council who give feedback on curriculum design and development.
Besides this institute is associated with Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry, ISKON Ujjain,
Brahmakumari Ashram Indore and has a chapter of Rotract, NSS and is associated with NGOs
like Sanjeevani Orphanage, Paul Harrison Blind School, to name a few. The institute has a
holistic awareness and development centre through which the institute is associated with various
NGOs and spiritual bodies. The guests invited on the platform of holistic awareness and
development centre provide inputs on some key issues and courses that need to be incorporated
in curriculum design and development to ensure a holistic growth of students. The institute has a
NEN cell and takes feedback from eminent entrepreneurs on its course curriculum design and
development.
Benefits through involvement of Stakeholders
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Due to quality of education provided and quality of academic inputs the institute is most sought
after B-School for admission in central India
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The institution is one of the top ranking institutions in terms of placements because of the
comprehensive curriculum it has.
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There has been continuous increase in the number of awards won by the institute.
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The institute has been ranked among a top 30 B-Schools of India by prominent B-School surveys.
1.1.4
How are the following aspects ensured through curriculum design and development?
*Employability *innovation
*Research
*Employability: Employability is ensured as curriculum is designed and continuously updated
as per the current professional trends. The courses are diverse in nature, technical, innovative,
socially relevant and have high demand in the industry.
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As discussed earlier, the curriculum is designed to ensure the simultaneous development of
technical skills, management skills and soft skills for the students.
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The curriculum accommodates practice based and personality development courses in
addition to academics and has a balanced blend of analytical, empirical, survey oriented,
industry demanded, social consciousness oriented activities based content.
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Corporate requirements are identified and introduced without prejudice to academic studies
in order to prepare industry ready professionals.
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The placement oriented activity i.e. online aptitude test, GD/PI, MOCK interviews and
communication are included in the curriculum in order to train them for facing professional
challenges at corporate domain.
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Case studies, minor projects, live projects and major research projects, seminar
presentation, industrial visits, port visits are part of the course design.
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Foreign languages are taught as part of the curriculum to make students globally
acceptable.
*Innovation: The courses are oriented on current update, trends and cases in every subject/
course offered in line with changing Indian and international scenario. The course devotes 50%
weightage to the practical application of the theoretical management concepts taught in the
syllabus. The curriculum is updated regularly. The feedback for curriculum enrichment is invited
by faculties, alumni and industry experts by the way of regular workshop and seminar held
especially for updating the syllabus. Moreover, the institute has also incorporated learning by the
way of seminars, presentations and live projects which are required to be done by the students for
qualifying their credentials for internal assessment.
During the designing of curriculum number of subjects include case based teaching. And looking
at the dearth of Indian cases in management, the institute organizes case writing workshop twice
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in a year. Thirty workshops have been organized so far and around 300 cases have been
developed under the auspices of PIMR. Institute is also developing a case bank for facilitating the
faculty in procuring cases on various topics. It includes the cases for classroom teaching and
training program developed by the faculty of the institute.
A large number of innovative courses like Entrepreneurship, Rural Banking and Microfinance,
Decision support system, Enterprise and Resource Planning, Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate
restructuring, Managing Knowledge Worker, Employee Counseling, World Class Manufacturing,
Financial Modeling using Excel, Transformation of Operations, Quality Control in Operations,
TQM, and ISO- 9000, Business Ethics and Management by Indian Values have been introduced
to cater to changing needs of the nation and industry.
Institute also introduced various certificate programs as additional knowledge and practical
training to students namely:
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Certificate Program in Financial Market Analysis (CFA)
Retail Sales Associate-Level 4 Certificate Course of NSDC
Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis
Advance Course on Capital Market
Comprehensive Financial Simulation
Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis
MS Excel 2007 Advanced Training Program
Certificate Program on Retail Management
Certificate Program on Social Media Marketing
Certificate Program on Capital Market
*Research : Heavy emphasis is laid on research in different functional areas of management. In
the curriculum subjects like Business Research Methodology, Market Research are included in all
management programs and students also undertake Minor and Major Research Projects.
The program requires students to do summer Internship program which are usually in form of
projects undertaken for corporate in areas of marketing, IT, finance, HR etc. where students are
mentored by both faculty and corporate mentors for necessary research and report presentation of
students are also given importance. The institute also has a MoU with Nmore, Hyderabad for
ensuring quality research. Students are also required to attended research methodology workshops
organized for them and SPSS training is also provided.
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In case of projects undertaken by BCA students, these projects are well researched and sold to
corporate. Research undertaken by BBA (Foreign Trade) students is published in form of book
for circulation. Thus, at both PG and UG level research is promoted. The institute subscribes to
Proquest, Delnet and has a rich collection of journals both national and international which
provide necessary support for these research courses.
1.1.5
How does college ensure that the curriculum developed address the need of the society and
have relevance to the regional/national development needs?
1.Global Needs : The curriculum is developed keeping in mind the changing environment and
requirement at the global platform courses like MBA in International Business and BBA (Foreign
Trade) are focused at the international scenario.
2. Social Needs: The institute has designed courses which include core subjects like business
ethics to ensure students are holistically developed and appreciate the Indian culture and values.
The institute ensures that social issues and concerns are addressed in the syllabus by offering core
courses and electives. The topics of social concern and issues are addressed by topics like social
cost benefit analysis, project on social causes, ecological and environmental analysis, human
aspects of project management are dealt in core subject Project Management; Corporate social
responsibility, business and economic environment are some courses in the curriculum. Apart from
this the institute also offers students with an opportunity to undertake major research project for
social and national causes and suggestion possible solutions for issues of national concern.
3.National Needs: The Institute develops curriculum courses to ensure employability and
entrepreneurship development. In line with the need for technology all programs have sufficient
input on IT tools, Communication skills, Finance knowledge that student fulfill industry needs and
also able to take up entrepreneurship and start their own ventures and provide employment to
others. Entrepreneurship is also offered as core subject to the students keeping in view of the
demand for entrepreneurs in various sectors required for the development of Indian economy.
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4. Regional Relevance : The institute also considers Industrial areas of MP and gives such inputs to
students that they can cater to the needs of industries. MP is a Hindi speaking belt and therefore
special emphasis is given to students on 38rganiz language, communication skills and personality
development.
1.1.6
To what extent does the college use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies for developing or
restructuring the curricula?
Has the college has been instrumental in leading any
curricular reform which has created a national impact?
The Institute is an autonomous institute recognized by UGC and as per guidelines for autonomous
colleges following Bodies exist viz Board of Studies, Academic Council, Executive Council. All
suggestions for restructuring and redesigning curriculum have to be passed by these bodies before
they are implemented.
The institute follows all the guidelines and norms stated by UGC for introducing new programs
and university ordinance while developing and designing the curriculum. The institute refers to
international and national institutes while revising the syllabus. The institute also organizes
workshops for curriculum development and invites industry experts and faculty members from
various national level institutions for qualitative development of curriculum.
The institution has a healthy practice of continuously revising its curriculum regularly. The
suggestions from industry are solicited for this purpose on various forums. This has led to
students being accepted by top MNCs and institute also has the privilege of its students obtaining
foreign placement with a package of Rs. 15 lakhs p.a.
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Academic flexibility indicates that institute provides reasonable educational environment to the
student to complete their program.
Along with this student also develop
themselves by
participating simultaneously in various developmental activities like diploma/certificate programs
as well as provide platforms through various activities like student development activities,
workshops/ seminar /conventions /conference / videoconferencing, chapters/bodies/forums/clubs
and national and international industry/port visit.
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1.2.1 Give details on the following provisions with reference to academic flexibility
44 Core/Elective Option
Within the programmes electives are offered at both post graduate and undergraduate level in
terms of specialization namely marketing, finance, HR, IT, Operation in PG programmes in
MBA(FT) and marketing, finance, HR, IT, banking and Insurance management, tourism
management in UG programmes in of BBA. Besides this, even within specialization, options are
provided like Major Research Project/ Decision Making Skills in PG programs and software
projects and research projects in BCA, BFT in UG programmes are also compulsorily, so as to
provide students with ample choice as per their area of interest. In Master of Mass
Communication program too the students have four elective options as per their area of interest.
b) Core Programs: The institute offers a wide variety of programmes with different
specialization to choose from namely MBA(FT), MBA(PT), MBA(FA), MBA(MM), MBA(IB),
MBA(PA), Master of Mass Communication at the post graduate level. At the undergraduate level
also it offers programmes in commerce, arts, management and computers namely BBA (Foreign
Trade), BBA,Bcom(Hons) and BCA.
c) Elective Option: MBA(FT), MBA(PT), BBA programs have well balanced core and elective
courses in each program. Each program has mandatory core courses and selected elective
courses. Electives are chosen based on the student interest, and industry and national
requirements. The electives finally offered are decided on the choice of the students taken in a
formal choice format.
d) Enrichment Courses
The institute offers apart from regular program, certificate program in Advanced Diploma in
Business Computing, Certificate Program in Financial Market Analysis (Proposed), Skill
Development Training Program of National Skills Development Corporation, Government of
India, Entrepreneur Development Program, PG Diploma in Event and Public Relation, Diploma
in Event Management, and Commodity derivatives. Certificate course in Foreign Language,
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certificate courses on Excel, Tally, English learning, Personality Development, BSE/NSE
programmes, Social Media Marketing and E-Accounting to name a few.
e) Courses Offered in Modular Form: Institute has applied for MMS, Master of Management
Studies, a five year integrated program for current academic year which is in modular format.
f) Credit Transfer and Accumulation Facility –
The institute is affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya and students belonging to other
universities wishing to seek admission in same course are able to transfer credits of previous
programs as per ordinance.
g) Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and courses :
As far as lateral mobility is concerned, this is not allowed as per University Ordinance between
regular degree programs.
There is flexibility in the vertical mobility example in programs like UG (BBA, B.Com, BFT,
BCA) degree student can pursue PG course in any MBA program with the required score of
CMAT CAT etc. and MBA students can opt for PhD Program in any area of specialization.
1.2.2 Have any course been developed specially targeting International Students? If so, how
successful have they been? If ‘No’ explain the impediments.
The institute admission in PG programs is governed by DTE. UG programs. The UG admissions
are governed by State Government and therefore no such provision can be made as no quota for
international students exists. However to give the students a global exposure the institute
regularly gets foreign students every year as interns. So far students from various countries have
visited the institute for 6-8 weeks namely China, Turkey, Algeria , Morocco , Libia, Tunisia,
Russia, Egypt etc. Students here get opportunities to interact with international students. Not only
that, institute also invites foreign faculties for lectures which provides new insights to our
students. The institute has also organized international educational tours and port visits for
students, arranged lecture and presentation for them in foreign countries to provide them with a
global exposure and perspective.
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1.2.3. Does the college offer dual degree and twinning programmes? If yes, give details.
The institute does not offer dual degree and twinning programmes as it was not permitted by
DAVV for affiliated college. The institute offers certificate and diploma courses and students are
having options of certificate and diploma programs along with their degree programs.
1.2.4. Does the college offer self –financing programmes? If yes,list them and indicate of
policies regarding admission, fee structure, teacher qualification and salary are at par with
the aided programmes?
Yes, the institute is a self financed private autonomous institution affiliated to Devi
Ahilya Vishwavidhyalaya, Indore, and all programs offerd by it at both post graduate and
undergraduate level are self financed. The policies regarding admissions are as per the
State Government norms. The fees is fixed by M.P. Admission and Fee regulatory
commission. The teacher’s qualifications and their salaries are as per UGC / AICTE
norms.
1.2.5 Has the college adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)? If yes,how many
programmes are covered under the system?
Yes, The Institute adopted CBCS in MBA and BBA wherein the students are offered various
specializations. In MBA the students have following options to choose Marketing, Finance, HR,
IT and Prodcution, in MBA(FT) program and Marketing, Finance, HR, IT, Banking and
Insurance, Tourism Management in BBA program. Within each specialization students have
choice of elective courses. In other programs also like students have elective choices between
Decision Making Skills and Major Research Project.
In MBA(MM), MBA (FA), MBA(PA) students have options to choose Major Research Project or
Marketing Decisions, Personnel Decisions, Decision Making Skills in respective programs. In
Master of Mass Communication program also the students have four specializations to choose
from.
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1.2.6 what percentage of programmes offered by the college follows :
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Annual system:
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Semester System:
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Trimester system
The programs offered by the Institute follows these systems in the following way:
Annual System: NA
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Semester System: The institute offers semester based two year MBA(FT), MBA(MM),
MBA(IB),MBA(FA), MMC programs, Three Year MBA(Part Time) Program, BBA,
BBA(Foreign Trade), BCA, Bcom Hons, MMC and Diploma programs in PG in Event
and Public relation and Diploma in Event Management.
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Trimester System: The Institute offers trimester in Advanced Diploma in Business
Computing (ADBC).
1.2.7 What is the policy of the college to promote inter-disciplinary
programmes?
Name the programmes and what is the outcome?
The institute has a policy to promote interdisciplinary programs. A number of programs offered
by the institute are interdisciplinary and drawn from all five functional areas of management
namely Economics, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources and Information Technology. The
names of the programs which are interdisciplinary are as follows
1. Masters of Business Administration (Full Time)
2. Masters of Business Administration (Part Time)
3. Masters of Business Administration (MM)
4. Masters of Business Administration (FA)
5. Masters of Business Administration (IB)
6. Masters of Business Administration (PA)
7. Master of Mass Communication
8. Bachelor of Business Administration
9. Bachelor of Business Administration (Foreign Trade)
10. Bachelor of Commerce (Hon)
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1.3.1. How often is the curriculum of the Institution reviewed for making it socially relevant and/or
job oriented / knowledge intensive and meeting the emerging needs of students and other
stakeholders?
The institute is autonomous and thus reviews and revises curriculum and syllabus every year. The revised
curriculum is implemented after it is passed through all the bodies like Board of Studies/Academic
Council/Executive Council.
To ensure that the course curriculum is job oriented / entrepreneurially oriented, the institute has a
mechanism for getting feedback from industry on its curriculum.
To ensure that the course curriculum is socially relevant, feedback from various stakeholders is sought
namely from alumni, NGOs, students, NEN and inputs from faculty of prominent institution from India
and abroad are sought.
1.3.2 How many new programmes have been introduced at UG and PG level during the last four
years? Mention details.
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Interdisciplinary: BBA Specializations in the area of Banking & Insurance and Tourism
Management, MBA(FA), MBA(IB), MBA(PA) B.Com (Hons) and Master of Mass
Communication are programmes which are interdisciplinary and have been introduced in last four
years.
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Programmes in emerging areas which have been introduced in last 6 years are:
PG Level -
Basic Programs
Year of Implementation
MBA(IB)
MBA (PA)
MBA (FA)
MBA (MM)
2009
2012
2011
2009
MMC
2010
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UG Level - Basic Programs
B.Com (Hons)
BFT
BCA
Diploma Programs
Post Graduate Diploma in Event and Public Relation
(PGDEPR)
Diploma in Event Management
Advanced Diploma in Business Computing (ADBC)
Year of Implementation
2010
2009
1999
Year of Implementation
2010
2010
2010
1.3.3 What are the strategies adopted for revision of the existing programmes? What percentage of
courses underwent a major syllabus revision?
The institution undertakes the following exercise for developing and upgrading the curriculum.
•
The Director puts forward the agenda for curriculum revision/design in the meeting of the Heads
of Departments.
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Syllabus Board is prepared with respect to various programs.
•
The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are distributed to faculty area wise to
the various departments and respective departments analytically and critically look at
programs/courses.
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While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback from Alumni, feedback from
Academia, Industry, Students and other stake holders are also taken into consideration.
•
The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the College BOS for discussion
•
The observations and suggestions of the member of BOS are taken into consideration for
finalizing the Curriculum and the revised curriculum is placed before the Academic Council of
the Institute.
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The Academic Council then makes suggestions for necessary modification in the course
curriculum and after incorporation of the necessary modification the curriculum is then placed in
front of the Executive Council for further discussion and approval. Once approved by the
Executive Council the curriculum in the final shape is implemented in the forthcoming academic
session.
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To make it more effective and efficient from student and teacher’s point of view Institute
provides all the facilities like books, online database, Audio/Video CDs etc.
Percentage of courses that underwent changes is 90 percent.
1.3.4 What are the value-added courses offered by the Institution and how does the Institution
ensure that all students have access to them?
The institute conducts various certificate, diploma programs and workshops for the students. Each value
added course is looked after by a faculty coordinator who promotes the course. Besides all value added
courses are informed to program coordinators who promote it in their programs. Each department has a
student’s club which also ensures awareness and promotion of the value added program. Institute informs
students via notices which are put up on the notices boards and circulated in class rooms.
The institute offers value added courses like Foreign language Certificate Courses. The institute also
offers specialized courses on supply chain management, customer relationship management, wealth
management, insurance management, soft skills, NSDC, Women entrepreneurship development
progamme sponsored by Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (Department of
Government) in collaboration with MPCON, Diploma in event Management and Public relation, diploma
in event Management, Advanced Diploma in Business Computing, Advanced Programme in MS Excel
2007, SAP, Certificate Course of Digital and Social Media Marketing, Certificate program in EAccounting, Certificate Program in Capital Market, Certificate program in financial Modeling using
Excel, Certificate program in Technical Analysis, Certificate program on New Trends and Exploring
New Markets, Certificate Program on Logistics and Supply Chain Management, National Advertising
Workshop to name a few.
1.3.5 Has the Institution introduced any higher order skill development programmes in consonance
with the national requirements as outlined by the National Skills Development Corporation and
other agencies?
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Yes, the institute has introduced various skill development programmes in association with various bodies
like NSS, in association with NEN conducted workshops like Idea to Execution, Building Entrepreneurial
Landscape on Campus : Relevance of Entrepreneurship Education, in association with M. P. Stock
Market finance club conducted Advance Course on Capital Market, Certificate Program on Stock
Technical Analysis, in association with Global Tradecracker Ltd. New Delhi finance club conducted
Comprehensive Financial Simulation, in association with Indian Commodity Exchange Limited, Mumbai
conducted awareness about the Indian Commodity Markets etc.
In collaboration with MPCON institute conducted Women Entrepreneurship Development Progamme for
science graduate PIMR girls students of MBA programs, The programs is sponsored by Science and
Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (Department of Government).
National Skills Development Certification Retail Sales Associate-Level 4 Certificate Course association
with Government of India has been launched, which benefits the students of all programmes.
1.4 Feedback System
1.4.1 Does the college have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students regarding the
curriculum and how is it made use of?
Yes , the students feedback on course and faculty is taken in every semester on all the course offered by
the institute in the feedback form prescribed by NAAC on a scale of 1 to 4. The scale compares the
perception of expectation with actual performance to identify gaps. The feedback is taken from all classes
of all courses in both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The feedback is fed into excel sheets and
analyzed to identify gaps in expectation and actual performance. These analyzed scores are then
scrutinized by the Director who identifies courses where student feedback is below expectation and needs
to be enhanced. The student feedback forms are a part of the feedback considered by the departments for
curriculum design and development.
1.4.2 Does the college elicit feedback on the curriculum from national and international faculty? If
yes, specify a few methods adopted to do the same – (concluding webinar, workshop, online forum
discussion etc.). Give details of the impact on such feedback.
Yes, The institute refers to international and national institutes while revising the curriculum. The institute
also organizes workshops for curriculum development and invites industry experts and faculty members
from various national level institutions for qualitative development of curriculum. The institute invites
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faculty from foreign universities and takes feedback on its curriculum and consider changes suggested by
them in its curriculum. For further development institute regularly organizes national and International
conferences, case writing workshops, research methodology workshop, video conferencing sessions,
EML etc. to explore the current scenario, trends and demands in various areas which are useful in
curriculum development.
1.4.3 Specify the mechanism through which alumni, employers, industry experts and community
give feedback on curriculum enrichment and the extent to which it is made use of.
The mechanism through which institute involves alumni, employers, industry experts and community for
the enrichment of the curriculum is by way of obtaining feedback from various
bodies and their
suggestions are included as required.
The institute regularly organizes curriculum review workshops to take feedback from the faculty
members to identify the need of changes in designing of curriculum, syllabus contents, and examination
scheme as well as to identify the need of incorporating new subjects and removal of obsolete subject from
the curriculum. In these review workshops suggestions received from other stakeholders incorporated.
The feedback from these stakeholders is received as follow:
1) Feedback from Academia : The feedback on curriculum is also taken from academicians of national
and foreign universities who are invited to the institute for curriculum and student workshops and as
experts in BoS, Academic Council and Executive Council.
2) Feedback from Students/Alumni: Feedback on curriculum from students is taken time to time by
providing them formal student feedback form on related aspects like relevance of the curriculum, time
allotment for completion of modules, learning and applicability. The alumni feedback is obtained in
curriculum development workshops.
3) Feedback from Industries: Feedback is taken from industry through formal feedback forms at the
time of summer internship. The experts are also invited specially for the curriculum designing/ updation
workshops in the institute. Members of industry are also represented in BoS, Academic Council and
Executive Council which approves revised curriculum.
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4) Feedback from Community : The institute receives feedback from the community regularly for the
overall development of the institute. This feedback is obtained as these members are part of IQAC.
Extent to which feedback on curriculum is incorporated :
The institute regularly revises/ designs its curriculum. All suggestions received are implemented directly
in the curriculum or in the form of additional certificate programs or workshops.
1.
46 What are the quality sustenance and quality enhancement measures
undertaken by the institution in ensuring effective development of
the curricula.
Recently the institute introduced an advisory board. While designing of the curriculum, the feedback
of advisory board members is considered which consists of industry experts and alumni. The
syllabus is updated and revised regularly, new electives are offered keeping in mind the changing
need of the industry.
2.
Institute invites foreign faculties and faculty from eminent national institutes who give their inputs to
the students and give feedback for quality enhancement.
3.
Regular feedback from students and stakeholders are taken.
4.
Feedback from Board of Studies(BoS) / Academic Council / Executive Council – After
incorporating feedback of academicians, industry, alumni and students, the departments present
designed syllabus in the meeting of BoS for discussion and feedback. After incorporating feedback
of BoS, the syllabus is then presented to the Academic Council for their feedback and decision.
Finally after incorporating feedback of Academic council in the syllabus, it is then presented to the
Executive Council for further feedback and approval of curriculum.
5.
The institute has a rich library which has been awarded Best Library Award twice. The institute has
e-resources, in-house cases, which facilitate curriculum development.
6.
The institute has wi-fi campus and provides laptops to all its faculty to ensure that faculty have
access to on-line resources for curriculum enhancement and development.
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Any additional information regarding curricular aspects, which the institution would like to
include.
The institute has introduced various innovations in its curriculum to make courses practical oriented.
Following are some examples:

The BBA program has six specializations namely Marketing, Finance, IT, HR, Travel and
Tourism, and Insurance and Banking.

The MMC program has four specializations namely Advertising, Corporate Communication,
Print Media and Electronic Media.

In the MBA(PA) social projects have been introduced. Courses like Global HRM, Dynamics of
Management of Change have been introduced.

In the MBA(Full Time) program choice based credit has been introduced. Besides innovative
subjects like Financial Modeling Using Excel, Entrepreneurship, Research Projects have been
introduced.

In the BBA program to ensure communication skills of students in first four semesters namely
Effective Communication Skills, Fluency in Global English, English in Business and Life, and
Personality Development.

In MBA(IB) foreign language has been introduced in all semesters with option of Chinese /
German / French.

In BBA (Foreign Trade) projects have been introduced.
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CRITERION II: TEACHING-LEARNING AND
EVALUATION
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CRITERION II: TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION
2.1
Student Enrolment and Profile
2.1.1
How does the College ensure publicity and transparency in the admission process?
The institute ensures wide publicity and transparency in admission process through the following
forms:
Publicity in Admission Process

As all the MBA courses are approved from AICTE and Affiliated by DAVV, Indore, thus the
institute follow the admission procedure and criteria’s laid down by the Directorate Technical
Education, Government of M.P .and AICTE. All admission are done through online procedure
of Higher Education Madhya Pradesh State Government for Higher Education approved
courses.

Such Procedures are transparent and well promoted through prospectus, website, notice board
etc.

The institute also advertises in National and Local newspapers and in Magazines.

The institute has also established Admission cell for counseling and guiding the prospective
candidates for PG and UG degree, diploma and certificate programs.

The Institute website is also updated as per requirement for communicating guidelines issued by
DTE and AICTE for admission for PG course and M.P. Higher education for UG courses.

The institute also publishes Information brochure for PG and UG courses.

All the courses of institute also promoted through outdoor media- hoardings which are
displayed at prominent places in the city and states.

For UG courses, the institute admission team visits various cities for the promotional activities,
career counseling and generating awareness about the courses run by the institute.

The large alumni base itself act as a brand ambassador and publicize the quality initiatives taken
by the institute which encourage students to take admission in our institute .

On the basis of a analysis of institute historical data, approximate 76% of students take
admission on the basis of suggestion of their friends and relatives, 2% of students influenced
from internet and, websites., 12% students influenced from seniors and academicians, whereas,
10% students considered news papers and other sources of information for their admission
purpose.
Transparency in Admission Process
The process of admitting students to various courses is carried out through the norms laid down by
the Higher education, Bhopal and the Directorate of Technical Education (D. T. E), Government of
M.P. The Admission Committee constituted for the purpose is entrusted with the task of monitoring
the admission process. Process is totally online and transparent.
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2.1.2
Explain in detail the process of admission put in place for UG, PG and Ph.D. programmes
by the College. Explain the criteria for admission (Ex. (i) merit, (ii) merit with entrance
test, (iii) merit, entrance test and interview, (iv) common test conducted by state agencies
and national agencies (v) others followed by the College?
The institute follows the guidelines and procedure of DTE and AICTE for PG courses and
higher education, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh (M.P) for UG Courses. The Ph.D. programmes are
governed by D.A.V.V rules for Ph.D. and admissions are done by D.A.V.V. Institute is a
research centre affiliated to D.A.V.V.
The institute offers AICTE approved MBA programs post graduates level whose admission is
done by Directorate of Technical Education through online counseling process. The admission for
year 2013 was done on the basis of AICTE approved CMAT examination. The admission for the
undergraduates programs and master of mass communication program is done by Madhya
Pradesh Higher Education through online counseling. The process of counseling for MBA
program is as follows:
1. Candidate has to register online through DTE website and has to fill the information
related to his/her entrance exam, domicile, qualifying exam etc.
2. After registration, the candidate has to visit to the nearest help center authorized by DTE
for documents verification.
3. After due documents verification, the candidate has to fill online preference and choice of
institute and pay the part fees as prescribed.
4. The allotment of seat is done as per the merit score of CMAT of the respective candidate.
5. After allotment the candidate has to report to the allotted institute.
6. If the candidate has not allotted the seat as per his/her choice, he/she can reject the
allotted seats and can apply through college level counseling.
7. The college level counseling is done at Institute level in the presence of DTE nominee for
the seats left vacant, after online counseling. The list of candidates so admitted is also
registered online.
Admission process for UG Programs

Online admission process conducted by Department of Higher Education Madhya Pradesh
applicable throughout the state was followed for admission to Undergraduate courses like
BBA,BCA, BBA(Foreign Trade) and B.Com(Hons.) as well as for Master of Mass
Communication course.

The admission process for undergraduate courses started from 21-may to 20th June 2013.

For PG courses it started from 1st June to 24th June, 2013.

The complete process ended on 25 July, 2013.

Beginning with the admission process the candidate has to register at the portal(
www.mphighereducation.nic.in) of Department of Higher Education of Govt. of M.P
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
After online registration the candidate has to get his/her documents verified at centers specified
by the department of higher education Govt. of Madhya Pradesh.

On the basis of merit the first allotment letter was released by the Higher Education Department.
If the name of the student is mentioned in the first allotment list than the student has to reach the
institute within a specific time to get admission. On the basis of vacant seats in the institute the
higher education releases the list of second allotment
2.1.3
Does the College have a mechanism to review its admission process and student profiles
annually? If yes, what is the outcome of such an analysis and how has it contributed to the
improvement of the process?
Institute has an admission committee which is constituted of Director, Senior Faculty and Staff.
Every year the admission committee meets to discuss the admission process, promotion and
enhancing the quality of the student input and geographical spread of student intake. The institute
also has a system of reviewing past data of student admission to identify media preferences by the
students for promotion, states from which student apply, gender and class spread of students.
Although
the
admission
of
UG
courses
are
now
conducted
through
www.mphighereducation.nic.in site of Department of higher education, Madhya Pradesh and
www.dtempcouncelling.org and www.mponline.gov.in by DTE for AICTE programs. Such an
analysis helps the institute to identify geographical areas from where students do not come and
conducts 53rganized53 sessions in such areas. Courses are promoted through Billboards in such
places. Student loans on easy terms are negotiated with banks and MOUs signed. Besides, online
payment gateway has been introduced. The committee also discussed need for IT enhancement
for student convenience and any issues faced at the time of admission are discussed and
suggestion for the next academic year are suggested.
2.1.4
What are the strategies adopted to increase / improve access to students belonging to the
following categories

Disadvantaged-community (SC/ST/OBC) : The admission in PG courses (Full Time and
Part Time Programs) is done through DTE, Bhopal and the norms prescribed by DTE are
followed for the admission in case of disadvantaged community. (SC/ST/OBC). Whereas,
admission in UG courses is done through norms prescribed by Department of Higher
Education, Madhya Pradesh. The reservation policy as prescribed by government of India and
state government is strictly followed. At present, as per norms 16% seats are reserved for SC,
20% seats are reserved for ST, and 14% seats are reserved for OBC category students in both
PG and UG Courses. The institute helps students of these categories to get and receive
various financial and academic benefits which they are getting from the government. The
institute completes all the process of Scholarship for students and disburses the scholarship of
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these students in their bank account. Also the disadvantaged community gets benefit of 5%
reservation in qualifying marks.

Women : As admissions are done through state government, the mechanism and norms of
state government are followed. At present, in all courses of PG and UG 30% seats are
reserved for women in all categories.

Different categories of persons with disabilities: In PG Courses, Recommendation by DTE
, Bhopal is followed whereas in UG courses, Recommendation by Higher Education , Bhopal
is followed. As per these norms 3% of seats are reserved for persons with disabilities

Economically-weaker sections of the Society: The institute has tie ups with central bank
and Punjab national bank to provide student loan. The students are also allowed to pay fees in
installments. Institute also supports such students to get state government scholarship.
Institute also waives of tuition fees for few selected students.

Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities: Norms prescribed by
Department of Higher Education, M.P. are taken into consideration. The norms of state
government are followed for admission of such students. In case the student is participating in
national or international competition during the time of examination his/her exams are taken
after the completion of the sport activity. As per norms students will get benefit in from of
minimum 2% to maximum 15% weightage in marks. As per norms of Department of Higher
Education, M.P there is a 1%reservation for NCC ‘C’ certificate holders in PG course. There
is also 2% to 15% weightage in marks for NCC and NSS certified students in UG and PG
courses.
2.1.5
Furnish the number of students admitted in the College in the last four academic years.
Details for PG Courses are following:
Category
2010
2011
2012
2013
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
SC
41
7
54
25
42
4
1
1
ST
6
5
2
0
2
1
0
1
OBC
35
8
76
29
150
49
50
15
General
117
94
140
140
160
198
348
236
Other
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
199
114
272
194
354
252
399
253
Details for UG Courses are following:
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2010
Category
2011
2012
2013
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
SC
12
3
15
4
12
3
9
4
ST
3
2
6
4
6
4
6
5
OBC
95
68
82
68
100
64
119
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General
727
523
789
519
823
543
868
548
837
596
892
595
941
614
1002
604
Other
Total
2.1.6
Has the College conducted any analysis of demand ratio for the various programmes
offered by the College? If so, indicate significant trends explaining the reasons for increase
/ decrease.
Yes, institute analyzes the demand ratio every year for all courses. Demands of seats are always
higher than the available seats in various courses. Previous year data are following:
Demand Ratio PG Courses
2010 Applicant
S. No.
Program
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
1
MBA (Full Time)
5715
180
31.75:1
2
MBA (IB)
1905
60
31.75:1
3
MBA (MM)
1905
60
31.75:1
9525
300
31.75:1
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
Total
2011 Applicant
S. No.
Program
1
MBA (Full Time)
5952
300
19.84:1
2
MBA (IB)
1191
60
19.84:1
3
MBA (MM)
1191
60
19.84:1
4
MBA (FA)
1191
60
19.84:1
9525
480
19.84:1
Total
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2012 Applicant
S. No.
Program
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
1
MBA (Full Time)
3790
300
12.63:1
2
MBA (IB)
758
60
12.63:1
3
MBA (MM)
1516
120
12.63:1
4
MBA (FA)
758
60
12.63:1
5
MBA (PA)
758
60
12.63:1
7580
600
12.63
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
Total
2013 Applicant
S. No.
Program
1
MBA (Full Time)
502
300
1.67:1
2
MBA (IB)
195
60
3.25:1
3
MBA (MM)
267
120
2.22:1
4
MBA (FA)
286
120
2.38:1
5
MBA (PA)
195
60
3.25:1
1445
660
2.18:1
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
Total
Demand Ratio of UG Courses
2010 Applicant
S. No.
Program
1
BBA
722
420
1.71:1
2
BCA
38
36
1.05:1
3
BFT
65
38
1.71:1
4
B.COM
150
102
5
MMC
15
990
8
604
Total
56
1.47:1
1.87:1
1.63:1
2011 Applicant
S. No.
Program
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
1
BBA
710
420
1.69:1
2
BCA
40
33
1.21:1
3
BFT
72
60
1.02:1
4
B.COM
190
120
1.58:1
5
MMC
11
1023
10
643
1.01:1
Total
1.59:1
2012 Applicant
S. No.
Program
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
1
BBA
724
420
1.72:1
2
BCA
40
38
1.05:1
3
BFT
91
60
1.51:1
4
B.COM
197
120
1.64:1
5
MMC
13
1065
13
651
1.1:1
Total
1.63:1
2013 Applicant
S. No.
Program
Application
Admitted
Demand
Ratio
1
BBA
706
369
1.91:1
2
BCA
35
20
1.75:1
3
BFT
84
54
1.55:1
4
B.COM
170
99
1.71:1
5
MMC
8
1003
3
545
2.66:1
Total
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1.84:1
2.1.7
Was there an instance of the College discontinuing a programme during last four years? If yes,
indicate the reasons.
No the Institute has not discontinued any programme in PG or UG Courses during last six years.
2.2
Catering to Student Diversity .
2.2.1
Does the College organize orientation / induction programme for freshers? If yes, give
details of the duration of programme, issues covered, experts involved and mechanism for
using the feedback in subsequent years.
Yes the institute organizes the induction session separately for PG and UG newly admitted
students. This induction session is known as Diksha ceremony for the newcomers. The Diksha
ceremony is attended by the newly admitted students. The parents are also invited to attend the
ceremony. The objective of the induction session is to introduce the newly admitted students to
the staff and the Faculty members of the institute. During the induction session faculty members
tie a yellow ribbon on the wrist of the students. This shows that now the student has been
accepted as a disciple by the guru for the award of diksha. Students are also distributed a booklet
namely Swagat. This booklet contains all the details of the Faculty and the staff as well as the
activities handled by them. It also contains details of the various activities and events to be
organized in the upcoming academic year. The institute invites eminent persons from
administrative services, industry, academia to discuss their personal tips for success and share
their experience. The induction session is concluded by an Anti-ragging session conducted by the
Coordinator of the Anti-ragging committee to assure the students that sufficient initiatives have
been taken by the institute to ensure the safety and security of the students against ragging.
Students are required to fill and submit an anti-ragging form to the committee.
After the formal program the following three days are devoted to for giving an induction to
students of the courses and to make students aware of various aspects of the institute namely
attendance scheme, examination scheme, internal assessment scheme, placement, discipline,
student activities, IT initiatives, library details to name a few. The Director, HODs, faculty coordinators of various activities and placement cell student coordinators and persons from industry
conduct the sessions in orientation programme. Details of Invocation Ceremonies of PG and UG
courses are as follows:
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PG Courses
Date and
Year
Aug 01,
2013
Aug 02,
2013
Aug 30,
2012
Aug 31,
2012
Aug 18,
2011
Sept. 13,
2010
Sept. 23,
2009
S.No. Chief Guest Name
1
Shri Alok Purohit
2
Shri Vipin Maheshwari
Designation
Regional COO, MP, CG &
Gujrat, DB Corp.
1
Shri Raghu Pilaka
IG – Indore
Head of Retail Business
Transformation, Reliance
Industries Ltd.
2
Shri Rahul Raman
Addl. Director Income tax
(Investigation)
1
Shri O.P. Tripathy
2
Shri Benjamin Antony
SP – Indore
HR-Head, Bharti Airtel
Ltd
Justice S.S. Dwivedi
Shri G.C. Pandey
Rtrd. Judge, High Court,
Indore
GM- BSNL, Indore
1
2
1
Shri Vijay Kumar
Gupta
2
Shri S. K. Mishra
Ex-Chief Manager, Bank of
India &
Ex-AVP, Star Union Daiichi Life Insurance Ltd
Chief Commissioner of
Income Tax C.G.O.
Complex
1
2
Shri Sanjeev Agrawal
Shri B.P. Singh (IAS)
Vice President, Impetus
Technologies
Commissioner
1
2
Mr. RajendraSingh Jain
Dr. Shriniwas Rao
MD, ITL Ltd.
DIG, Indore
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Courses
Coordinator
MBA(FT)
Dr. Nitin Tanted
MBA(MM,
FA, IB &
PA)
Dr. Nitin Tanted
MBA(FT)
Dr. Nitin Tanted
MBA(MM,
FA, IB &
PA)
Dr. Nitin Tanted
MBA(All
Courses)
Dr. Sachin
Mittal
MBA(All
Courses)
Dr. Rupal
Choudhary
MBA(All
Courses)
Dr. Rupal
Choudhary
UG Courses
Date and
Year
S.No.
Chief Guest
Name
Designation
25-Jul-13
1
Shri Uma Shankar
Gupta
Home Minister Madhya
Pradesh Government
16 –
July-12
1
Shri Sai Manohar
SSP Indore
18July-11
1
Smt. Sumitra
Mahajan
Member of Parliament,
Indore
12July- 10
2.2.2
2
Abhay Choudhary
G.M. SBI
Courses
UG (All
Courses)
& MMC
UG (All
Courses)
& MMC
UG (All
Courses)
& MMC
UG (All
Courses)
& MMC
1
Mr Shiv Singh
Mehta
Managing Director-Kriti
Industries Ltd.
UG (All
Courses)
Coordinator
Prof. Manish
Joshi
Prof. Nishant
Joshi
Prof. Nishant
Joshi
Prof. Manish
Joshi
Prof. Manish
Joshi
Does the College have a mechanism through which the “differential requirements of
student population” are analysed after admission and before the commencement of
classes? If so, how are the key issues identified and addressed?
Yes the institute has a mechanism through which differential requirements of student population
are analysed. Faculty mentors analyse and identify the student’s background viz. Science,
Commerce, Engineering and other stream. After identifying the knowledge gap, bridge classes
are organized for making them equip and overcome the deficiency.
For Engineering and Science Graduates who join MBA programmes in our institute, the classes
of Basic of Accounts in the form of bridge classes and for Commerce student’s basic of
Mathematics classes are conducted. In case of students with communication problems
personality development classes are arranged.
In the beginning of the commencement of the classes of fresher, the teachers try to elicit the
need of the students during a few initial classes through discussions and orientation, and
accordingly such classes are arranged for these students.
2.2.3
Does the College provide bridge /Remedial /add – on courses? If yes, how are they
structured into the time table? Give details of the courses offered, departmentwise/faculty-wise?
In case of students belonging to rural background English speaking/Personality Development
classes are conducted. Communication Skills (English Speaking) are assessed on four parameters:
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pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary and fluency. Each student is assessed individually for 5-6
minutes on these parameters and is provided a score. Thirty hours of training is given to such
students. At the end of 30 hours of training assessments are done to see the effect of training and
the improvement in individual students. The students showing less improvement are asked to
write on topics. Topics covered in these assessments range from personal questions to domain
knowledge as well as current affairs and syllabus. Group discussion sessions are also held to help
them prepare for campus recruitment. Listening skills exercises are conducted along with Resume
making sessions. There is a language lab that aids students in all forms of Writing and
Communication Skills which also plug any gaps in terms of Writing and Speaking. Besides, the
institute after identifying that technical subjects likes QT, OR, Finance, Statistics, etc. pose a
problem to students extra classes are given for these subjects .i.e. these subjects time table
allocation is 4 hours a week as compared to 3 hours. For non technical subjects remedial English
classes also form a part of time table.
2.2.4
Has the College conducted a study on the incremental academic growth of different
categories of students; - student from disadvantaged sections of society, economically
disadvantaged, physically handicapped and slow learners etc.? If yes, give details on how
the study has helped the College to improve the performance of these students.
The mentoring faculty identifies the slow learners and regularly provides guidance to such
students to improve their academic performance. These students are encouraged to attend the
bridge classes in English speaking, personality development, basic accounting, technical analysis
and finance for attaining the required academic growth.
Sr.
No.
Program
2
MBA (Full
Time)
MBA (IB)
3
MBA (MM)
1
Total
Sr.
No.
Program
2
MBA (Full
Time)
MBA (IB)
3
MBA (MM)
1
Improvement in the performance of PG students of different categories
Batch 2009-11: ST
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
9
4
44.44
9
5
55.56
8
5
62.50
8
8
10
1
0
0.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
10
2
2
100.00
2
0
0.00
2
1
50.00
2
1
50
12
6
50.00
12
6
50.00
11
7
63.64
11
10
90
Batch 2010-12: ST
Iind Sem
Ist Sem
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
1
0
0.00
1
1
100.00
1
0
0.00
1
0
1
0
0.00
1
0
0.00
0
0
0.00
0
0
0
1
0
0.00
1
0
0.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
10
61
0
Total
Sr.
No.
3
0.00
3
33.33
2
Batch 2011-13: ST
Iind Sem
Ist Sem
Program
1
1
50.00
2
IIIrd Sem
1
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
MBA (MM)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
MBA (FA)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Total
Sr.
No.
Program
2
MBA (Full
Time)
MBA (IB)
3
MBA (MM)
1
Pass
%
17
10
58.82
17
15
88.24
17
10
4
40.00
10
7
70.00
10
11
8
72.73
11
8
72.73
38
22
57.89
38
30
78.95
Batch 2010-12: SC
Iind Sem
Appeare
Pass
%
d
Ist Sem
Sr.
No.
Program
2
MBA (Full
Time)
MBA (IB)
3
MBA (MM)
Program
Appeared
Pass
15
88.24
17
17
10
9
90.00
10
5
5
8
7
87.50
8
7
8
35
31
88.57
35
29
8
IIIrd Sem
Pas
Appeared
s
Pass
%
51
12
23.53
45
44
97.78
40
35
4
2
50.00
4
3
75.00
3
2
0
0.00
2
1
50.00
1
57
14
24.56
51
48
94.12
44
Batch 2011-13: SC
Iind Sem
Appeare
Pass
%
d
Ist Sem
Ivth Sem
%
Appeared
Total
Sr.
No.
IIIrd Sem
Pas
Appeared
s
Appeared
Total
1
Batch 2009-11: SC
Iind Sem
Appeare
Pass
%
d
Ist Sem
%
Appeared
Pass
87.50
39
31
7
2
66.67
3
3
10
1
100.00
1
1
10
38
86.36
43
35
8
IIIrd Sem
Pas
Appeared
s
Appeared
Pass
%
60
20
33.33
60
36
60.00
60
3
2
66.67
3
3
100.00
Ivth Sem
Ivth Sem
%
Appeared
Pass
42
70.00
60
56
9
2
1
50.00
2
2
10
0
2
MBA (Full
Time)
MBA (IB)
3
MBA (MM)
1
1
100.00
1
0
0.00
1
0
0.00
1
0
4
MBA (FA)
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
64
23
35.94
64
39
60.94
63
43
68.25
63
58
1
Total
Batch 2009-11: OBC
Iind Sem
Ist Sem
Program
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
1
MBA (FT)
13
13
100.00
13
13
100.00
2
MBA (IB)
5
3
60.00
5
5
100.00
3
MBA (MM)
8
8
100.00
8
6
75.00
Total
26
24
92.31
26
24
92.31
62
IIIrd Sem
Pas
Appeared
Percentage
s
12
12
100.00
5
50
Ivth Sem
MBA (Full
Time)
MBA (IB)
1
Sr.
No.
0
Ivth Sem
Appeared
Pass
%
12
12
100.00
5
5
100.00
5
100.00
8
7
87.50
8
6
75.00
25
24
96.00
25
23
92.00
9
Program
Batch 2010-12: OBC
Iind Sem
Ist Sem
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
MBA (FT)
28
21
75.00
28
28
100.00
28
27
96.43
28
26
92.86
MBA (IB)
12
10
83.33
12
11
91.67
12
10
83.33
12
11
91.67
MBA (MM)
20
17
85.00
20
17
85.00
20
19
95.00
20
18
90.00
Total
60
48
80.00
60
56
93.33
60
56
93.33
60
55
91.67
Program
Batch 2011-13: OBC
Iind Sem
Ist Sem
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
Appeared
Pass
%
MBA (FT)
56
49
87.50
56
50
89.29
56
50
89.29
56
52
92.86
MBA (IB)
23
15
65.22
22
16
72.73
20
14
70.00
20
19
95.00
MBA (MM)
23
20
86.96
22
18
81.82
22
19
86.36
22
18
81.82
MBA (FA)
4
4
100.00
3
3
100.00
3
3
100.00
3
3
100.00
106
88
83.02
103
87
84.47
101
86
85.15
101
92
91.09
Total
Improvement in the performance of UG students of different categories
Batch 2009-12: ST
Sr.
No.
Program
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Vth Sem
Vith Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
63
Batch 2010-13: ST
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Program
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
Vth Sem
Vith Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
100.00
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
100.00
Batch 2009-12: SC
Sr.
No.
Program
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
Vth Sem
Vith Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
64
Batch 2010-13: SC
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Program
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
4
3
75.00
3
3
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
7
0
0.00
0
0
0
2
100.00
2
2
100.00
5
71.43
5
5
100.00
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
3
3
100.00
3
3
100.00
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
2
100.00
2
2
100.00
5
100.00
5
5
100.00
Vth Sem
Vith Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
3
3
100.00
3
2
66.67
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
0
2
5
0
100.00
100.00
0
2
5
0
2
4
0
100.00
80.00
Batch 2009-12: OBC
Sr.
No.
Program
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
1
2
BBA
BCA
Total
1
2
BBA
BCA
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
12
11
91.67
12
10
83.33
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
13
12
92.31
13
11
84.62
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
10
10
100.00
10
10
100.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
11
11
100.00
11
11
100.00
Vth Sem
Vith Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
10
10
100.00
10
10
100.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
65
Total
11
11
100.00
11
11
100.00
Batch 2010-13: OBC
Sr.
No.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
2.2.5
Program
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
BBA
BBA (Foreign
Trade)
BCA
B.Com(Hons)
Total
Ist Sem
Iind Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
39
27
69.23
30
26
86.67
2
1
50.00
1
1
100.00
4
6
51
3
75.00
3
3
100.00
6
100.00
6
6
100.00
37
72.55
40
36
90.00
IIIrd Sem
Ivth Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
27
25
92.59
25
24
96.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
3
6
37
3
100.00
2
2
100.00
6
100.00
6
6
100.00
35
94.59
34
33
97.06
Vth Sem
Vith Sem
Appeared Pass Percentage Appeared Pass Percentage
24
24
100.00
24
24
100.00
1
1
100.00
1
1
100.00
2
6
33
2
3
30
100.00
50.00
90.91
2
6
33
2
5
32
100.00
83.33
96.97
How does the institution identify and respond to the learning needs of advanced learners?
Advanced learners are motivated by the institute by:







Sending them to other institutions for participating in academic contests
Encouraging them to take add on courses
Helping them to select advanced topics during seminars and projects
Encouraging them to attend conferences and contribute research papers
Providing platform by way of clubs whereby these students can identify under guidance
of faculty coordinators needs and organize workshops, seminars and institute-industry
interfaces.
Providing motivational talk and lectures from the senior executives of the industry,
corporate, entrepreneurs and professional in form of Extra Mural Lectures.
Motivate them to undertake consultancy projects.
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2.2.6
How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled students and ensure
adherence to government policies in this regard?
The institute pays special attention for Physically challenged students and has made
infrastructural changes to enable easy access to the main building as well the library. There is a
wheel chair access (ramp) to the main academic building and an elevator for easy access. There is
railing for all the staircases and in all wash rooms access to wheel-chairs. The institute is in the
process of installation of lift for the benefit of differently abled students.
2.3
Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1
How does the College plan and 67rganize the teaching, learning and evaluation schedules?
(Academic calendar, teaching plan and evaluation blue print, etc.)
Academic Calendar:

The institute prepared the Academic Calendar as per University guidelines.

Departmental meetings are held every year to co-ordinate various activities and to
finalize the dates of examinations.

Calendar of events with relevant information for teachers and students is published
every year in ‘Swagat’.

Copy of ‘Swagat’ is distributed to all the students every year.

The instructional days of teaching learning are fixed.

The Institute also publishes information brochure wherein the academic calendar is
given.
Teaching Plan:

The time table schedules and teaching plans are prepared at the beginning of the
academic year.

Time-table faculty coordinators, attendance faculty coordinator, examination
committee, faculty program coordinators, internal assessment faculty coordinator are
appointed every year.

The institute ensures 40 sessions per semester for class room teaching for every subject

All faculty members are required to prepare their session plan of their subjects in
starting of every semester and upload it on the integrated software Acc Soft.

The institute also ensures 3-4 hours/week counseling hours by all the faculty members
in every semester to facilitate the students in their summer, winter projects and reports,
on the job training, major research projects to name a few.
Evaluation System and Schedule
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2.3.2

Institute follows the continuous evaluation system in form of internal assessment.

Under the internal assessment evaluation system the internal assessment faculty
coordinator in faculty meeting finalizes internal scheme for the semester to ensure
continuous assessment of the student .The dates of internal tests are also scheduled and
notified to the student and faculty and uploaded on the institute website.

Time table of external exams is also discussed in faculty meetings and displayed on
institute notice board and website at least one month in advance.
Does the College provide course outlines and course schedules prior to the commencement
of the academic session? If yes, how is the effectiveness of the process ensured?
Institute appoints a faculty member as a time table coordinator who prepare time table for all the
courses. The time table also displays on notice board as well as uploaded on institute website.
All faculty members also prepare their subject’s session plans and upload on institute web site.
Institute also appoints a faculty member as class coordinator for each class for ensuring regular
conduction of classes and handles the student grievances. The program co-coordinator ensure
that the classes are being held and session plan is being adhered to. The institute also has a
system of student feedback which takes places during the semester.
2.3.3
What are the courses, which predominantly follow the lecture method? Apart from
classroom interactions, what are the other methods of learning experiences provided to
students?
Besides lecture method for teaching which is used in all courses the other methods of learning
experience given to students include case study method, role plays, seminar and presentation, fish
pond activity, news paper subscriptions, learning from movie clippings i.e. pratibimb, practical
exposure through different workshops, and special extra mural lectures.
Institute has also created various clubs like finance club, marketing club, HR club and IT club for
additional exposures and additional inputs on different topics. All clubs also actively organize
various activities and certificate programs.
Institute also organizes national and international conferences. Students actively participate as
student delegates and also contribute in different organizing committees. Through the conferences
students learn 68 rganized 68 ty 68 68 and leadership skills and interact with industrial and
academics experts. The institute also organizes industrial visits, port visits and other activities like
best research paper contest ‘jigysa’, best summer training project contest ‘pragya’, best case study
presentation contest ‘prayas’, etc. OJTs and summer training for 6-8 weeks is also done by the
students in industry.
The students are also encouraged and exposed to group activities, creative assignments, case
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studies, group discussions, news paper reading, seminar presentations and guest lectures. Visit to
industry, edutainment tour both to national and international places, ports, financial institutions
like SEBI, Reserve Bank of India and sharing learning experiences of foreign intern students also
some of the special teaching learning strategies.
How is ‘learning’ made more student-centric? Give a list of participatory learning
activities adopted by the faculty that contribute to holistic development and improved
2.3.4
student learning, besides facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management.
The learning is made more student centric by ensuring that a large variety of teaching pedagogy
are adopted to ensure that learning is creative, relevant and fun. These include : 1. Case Study method
2. Major research projects
3. Seminar presentation
4. Summer Training
5. Fish Pond Activity
6. Live wire (Current Knowledge)
7. Pratibimb (Use of films for teaching)
8. Industrial Visit
9. Social Projects, to name a few.
In order to have an Holistic awareness and development centre on the platform of this centre the
institute has introduced following innovations.
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
2.3.5
The institute has a room of silence in which students can go to spend a few moments in
silence and meditation.
The room of silence has a small library of holistic books which students can sit and read
in the room.
The holistic centre for awareness and development has tie ups with various organization
like Art of living, Sri Aurobindo Society, Pondicherry, Brahmakumari’s, ISKON
International Society to name a few.
The centre organizes talks by prominent spiritual leaders, arranges yoga and meditation
workshops, spiritual tours, one day workshops on integral management, stress
management etc.
The centre also promotes research in areas of spirituality and management examples
“Indian Holistic Management Approach: A Gateway to Global Leadership and Corporate
Governance”
What is the College policy on inviting experts / people of eminence to provide lectures /
seminars for students?
Yes the institute has a policy for inviting expert people for lectures, conducting seminars,
workshops and conferences. Institute has also well equipped two way video conferencing
facility through which institute conduct various expert lectures from Indian and outside India for
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students. Institute also organized symposium on different topics for students. The institute
arranges lodging and boarding for the guest besides their local travels, sightseeing and
honorarium.
The institute has following platform through which eminent experts from various stream are
invited and participate:
a. Various clubs which arrange EMLs, Seminars, and Workshops
b. Placement cell which arrange EMLs, Seminar and Workshops
c. Institute chapters of ISTE, ISTD, AIMS, NHRD, NEN which arranges EMLs, Seminars,
Workshops, Conferences and research methodology workshop.
d. Program coordinators who arrange guest lecturers for their programs.
e. Institute also regularly organize Seminars, FDPs, Conferences and Workshops.
f. Awards which are constituting to recognize best researcher, outstanding aluminous,
entrepreneurship award, lifetime time achievement award, etc.
Few of the eminent guests invited in conferences are as follows:
Guests Invited in International Conferences
Name of Speaker
Date of Visit
30th January 2014
Dr. Ah Kie Lim,
1.
International HR Director with University of Nations USA
Ms. Priyanka Mittal,
30th January 2014
2.
Director KRBL Ltd, New Delhi
Mr. Aditya Agrawal, ( Alumnus, Prestige Institute)
30th January 2014
3.
Asst. Vice President CIBIL
31st January 2014
Mrs. Phoolbasanbai Yadav,
4.
Social Worker, Chattisgarh
Dr. Rishikeshan T. Krishna,
31st January 2014
5.
Director, IIM Indore
30th January 2014
Dr. Edward J. Pavur,
Manager Assessment, Management Service and
(Session delivered through
6.
Adjuct Professor, University at Albany, The State University video conferencing)
of New York, New York, USA
31th January 2014
Mr. Azeem Merchant
7. CEO-Messung Global Connect), Pune – INDIA
(Session delivered through
video conferencing)
Shri Motilal Oswal,
30th January, 2013
8. Chairman and MD of Motilal Oswal Financial Services Ltd.
(MOFSL), Mumbai
30th January, 2013
Prabhuji Bhakti Charu Maharaj Swami,
9. Governing Body Commissioner and Guru, ISKCON Temple,
Ujjain
30th January, 2013
Mr. Vikas Pahawa, (Alumnus, Prestige Institute)
10.
Vice President, E-Business, Citi Bank, Mumbai
Shri Narendra Baldota,
30th January, 2013
11.
CEO, MSPL Ltd., from Karnataka
S.No.
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12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
Shri Pradeep Rathod,
CEO Cello, Mumbai
Shri D.K. Jain, Chairman,
Luxor Group, Noida
Mr. Sandesh Jain,
Project Manager, Urban Planner, Urban Tranportation
Associate, INC, USA
Mr. Sanjeev Arora (Alumnus Prestige Institute)
Senior Executive, Reliance Communication, (MP&CG)
Mr. Ashank Desai
Cofounder-Mastek Ltd
M.R. Sivaraman I.A.S.
Former Revenue Secretary .
Govt. of India & Executive Director
I.M.F
Mr.Suresh Shukla, (Alumnus, Prestige Institute)
Sr.V.P. Kotak Securities
Dr. D. Purandeswari,
Hon’ble Minister of State for HRD, Govt. of India
Dr. M. Govind Rao,
Director, NIPFP and Member Economic Advisory
Committee to Prime Minister of India
Prof. V. N. Rajasekharan Pillai, Vice Chancellor of
IGNOU
Mr. Vallabh Bansali, Chairman,
Enam Financial Consultants
Dr. Mahendra Sharma, , (Alumnus, Prestige Institute)
Vice Chancellor,
Ganpat University
Dr. Bakul Dholakia,
Ex-director IIM, Ahmedabad
Prof. Moolchand Sharma, Vice Chancellor Central
University, Haryana
Prof. Yashpal Sharma,
Eminent Educationist
Guests Invited in National Conferences
Mr. N.K. Singh,
Renowned economist and member of Rajya Sabha
Mr. Rajesh Agrawal, (Alumnus, Prestige Institute)
CEO, Rational FX, Forex Co. , London
Mr. Praveen Sinha
Co-founder and MD, Jabong.com
His Excellency Mr. Echarif Mohammed-Hacene
Ambassador of Algeria to India
His Excellency Mr. Tarek Azouz,
Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia to India
His Excellency Dr. Ali A.S. Al-Isawi
Ambassador of Libya to India
Prof. Azhar Kazmi,
King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia
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30th January, 2103
30th January, 2013
30th January, 2013
(Session delivered through
video conferencing)
30th January, 2013
11th February, 2012
11th February, 2012
11th February, 2012
30th January, 2011
30th January, 2011
30th January, 2011
30th January, 2010
30th January, 2010
30th January, 2010
30th January, 2010
30th January, 2010
14th September, 2013
13th September, 2013
13th September, 2013
13th September, 2013
13th September, 2013
13th September, 2013
10th September, 2012
(Session delivered through
34.
35.
36.
37.
Shri Dheemant Shah,
Associate Director, CSC India Pvt. Ltd., Indore
Shri Hemant Kagra,
Director, Quality Assurance, Indian Railways
Shri. Jitendra Singh,
Deputy Superintendent of Police (Crime), Indore
Dr. Saji K. Mathew,
Assistant Professor, IIT Chennai
Shri S. Gopalkrishanan,
Co-Founder and co-chairman, Infosys Ltd., Bangalore
Shri Anurag Shrivastava,
39. Managing Director, MP State, Electronic Development
Corporation Ltd., Bhopal
Prof. Dr. Meher Master-Moos,
40.
President Zoroastrian College, Mumbai
Shri Uday Kale,
41.
VP (IT), Reliance Energy, Mumbai
38.
2.3.6
video conferencing)
10th September, 2011
9th September, 2011
9th September, 2011
9th September, 2011
(Session delivered through
video conferencing)
9th September, 2011
9th September, 2011
10th September, 2010
9th September, 2010
What are the latest technologies and facilities used by the faculty for effective teaching?
Ex: Virtual laboratories, e-learning, open educational resources, mobile education, etc.
Institute is providing following latest technologies and facilities by the faculty for effective
teaching:
2.3.7

Laptop to all faculty members

LCD projectors in all class rooms

English Lab

Air conditioned, Eco friendly and internet enabled computer lab

Wi-Fi enabled campus

On-line research data source

On-line journal access

On-line e-book access

Video conferencing facilities.

Educational CDS

Software packages for meaningful analysis of data.
Is there a provision for the services of 72rganized72 / mentors/ advisors for each class or
group of students for academic, personal and psycho-socio guidance? If yes, give details of
the process and the number of students who have benefitted.
Yes, Institute has a provision of mentors for classes or group of students for their overall
academic and personal development. Each class has a faculty coordinator who looks after the
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students counseling needs besides grievances if any. The institute has faculty mentors for
students during summer training and faculty guides for major research projects. The institute has
clubs namely IT club, marketing club, HR club, Finance club, and IB club looked after by
faculty coordinators who mentor student belonging to their respective clubs. The institute also
has 73rganized73 who are qualified faculty who test students for their aptitude and skills and
provide guidance to students. These faculty coordinators also conduct psycho metric test of
students and make suggestion for their overall development. Approximatly every year following
number of students are benefited from above activities:
S.NO.
2.3.8
Name of Activities
No. of Students
1
Emotional Intelligence Scale conducted by Dr. 300
Manisha Singhai
2
Competency skills Test conducted by Dr. 87
Rajesh Jangalwa
3
Communication skills and PD
(Coordinator: Prof. Arun Saxena)
4
Counselling through Finance club
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5
Counselling through HR club
80
6
Counselling through Marketing club
100
7
Counselling through System club
60
8
Counselling through Summer Internship All UG and PG
projects and research Projects guided by students
allotted faculty mentors.
Classes 50
Are there any innovative teaching approaches/methods/practices adopted/put to use by the
faculty during the last four years? If yes, did they improve the learning? What methods
were used to evaluate the impact of such practices? What are the efforts made by the
institution in giving the faculty due recognition for innovation in teaching?
Institutes adopt many innovative approaches and methods for improving the learning. Details of
innovative teaching approaches are following:
Innovative Teaching Approaches/Methods:
All the faculty members use power point presentation lecture method for teaching. The other
innovative methods of learning include case study method, role plays, seminar and presentation,
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fish pond activity, news paper subscriptions, learning from movie clippings i.e. pratibimb,
practical exposure through different workshops, and special extra mural lectures.
Institute has also created various clubs like finance club, marketing club, HR club and IT club for
additional exposures and additional inputs on different topics. All clubs are actively organizing
various activities
Institute also organized national and international conferences. Students actively participate as
student delegates and also contribute in different organizing committees. Through the conferences
students learn the practical exposures and interact with industrial and academics experts. The
institute also organizes industrial visits, port visits and other activities like jigysa, pragya, prayas,
etc. OJTs and summer training for 6-8 weeks is also done by the students in industry.
The students are also encouraged and exposed to group activities, creative assignments, case
studies, group discussions, news paper reading, seminar presentations and guest lectures. Visit
to industry, edutainment tour both national and international, port, SEBI, Reserve Bank of India
visits and sharing learning experience also some of the special teaching learning strategies.
All innovative teaching evaluative processes are introduced after brainstorming in faculty
meetings, so that the benefit of these innovations can be spread across all students. Faculty are
rewarded and 74rganized74 by presenting the faculty with best faculty award where faculty is
honoured in International Conference and presented a laptop by management.
2.3.9
How does the College create a culture of instilling and nurturing creativity and scientific
temper among the learners?
In order to enhance creativity and scientific temper amongst the learners, the students are
provided various platforms to showcase and nurture their creative and analytical skills. The
institute has a transparent system where all students are informed about activities, chapter, clubs
etc. All the students are encouraged to participate in the activities both inside and outside the
institute. The students have a free hand in the activities of students clubs which organizes plan
and execute activities where students learn to develop. The students are also encouraged to
participate in the PIMR Rotary club and National Entrepreneur Network cell where social
program and entrepreneurial activities are promoted. The students are exposed to stalwarts of
industry and top entrepreneurs to explore them to possibilities that exist and need for creativity
and analytical skills as
In Curriculum:

Research Methodology Workshops

Summer Internship Project

Major Research Project
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
Minor Project on Business Research

Social Projects

Industry Sponsored Projects
In Internal Assessment

Seminar Presentations

Fish Pond Activity

Live Wire (Presentations on Current Updates)

Case studies analysis and presentations

Assignments on various topics

Social Projects

Research Projects

Open Book Tests
Co-curricular Activates
2.3.10

Research paper presentations contest

Professional Societies and chapters Activities


Organizing national level Management Students Cultural Festival ‘Manthan’
Organizing national level student events like best research paper contest ‘jigysa’,
best summer training project contest ‘pragya’, best case study presentation contest
‘prayas’, etc.

.Organizing EMLs

Coordinating clubs where students manage their own activities and finances

Business Plan Competition

Institute organize every year entrepreneur week (e-week) in association with NEN.
During the E-Week, many activities were organized such as Marathon, Traffic
Rules Awareness Campaign, Movie Screening, Interview with Entrepreneurs, Talk
by Entrepreneur, Rs. 100 Exercise, Idea Generation Exercise, Presentation
Competition of Biography of Entrepreneurs, Interview Presentation Competition
of Entrepreneurs, Presentation Competition of movie clips, Entrepreneurship
Quiz, and others.
Does the College consider student projects a mandatory part of the learning programme?
If so, for how many programmes is it made mandatory?
Yes the institute considers students project a mandatory part for some of the courses .Summer
training projects are mandatory for all the UG and PG programs but major research projects are
optional. The students also do projects in Research Methodology and social projects are
compulsory for MBA (PA) students.
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Course
2.3.11
BBA
B.Com.
BCA
Summer Internship
Project
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
BFT
MBA(FT)
MBA(PT)
MBA(FA)
MBA(MM)
MBA(IB)
MBA(PA)
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Research Project
Optional
Compulsory
Compulsory (Software
Projects)
Compulsory
Compulsory
Optional
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory (Social
Projects)
What efforts are made to facilitate the faculty in learning / handling computer-aided
teaching/ learning materials? What are the facilities available in the College for such
efforts?
Institute is providing following facilities for learning / handling computer-aided teaching/
learning materials:
Facilities available

The college is equipped with 2 Mbps broad band connectivity and 8 Mbps RP net lease
lines.

Several licensed software are available for computer-aided teaching.

Uninterrupted power supply.

E-books facility in the library for faculty and students.

Two air-conditioned convention halls, which are fully equipped for video conferencing,
TV, sound systems, speakers and LCD Projectors

Software for cyber security

Language lab facility

Professionally managed interactive web site.

Interactive white board facility

Providing facility of e-notice board and on line attendance

Online display of internal and external marks

SMS alert facility

Fully Wi-Fi campus

Laptop to all faculty members

LCD projectors in all classes
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
Licensed and online access of e-data sources and journals through e-resources like
Delnet, Proquest, etc.

E-Resources CDs for training software like SPSS AND EVIEWS

The institute also has web solution for integrated learning and communication for faculty,
students, guest, visitors and alumni. The student and faculty members can exchange the
teaching material and other assignments through a common interface accessible to all the
faculties and students.
Faculty members are regularly deputed to attend programs on new and emerging technologies.
The faculty members are also required to use modern teaching aids such as Power Point etc.
during their lectures. The institute provides training to faculty on the institute software. It also
trains faculty through workshops, FDP’s and academic forum. Training is given to staff, faculty
and students to use integrated software. Also students are trained to use e-library resources
through a workshop conducted by faculty coordinator of library.
2.3.12
Does the College have a mechanism for evaluation of teachers by the students / alumni? If
yes, how is the evaluation used in achieving qualitative improvement in the teachinglearning process?
The institute follows 360o appraisal system and UGC PBAS for faculty member’s evaluation. For
the improvement in teaching learning process, faculty member’s feed-back is collected from the
Students, Apart from that, Director evaluation, self appraisal and peer review is also given
weightage in 360o appraisal for faculty members. The feed-back by the students includes
questions on teaching learning process, faculty skill, and evaluation Process and other parameters
as per NAAC scale. The Head of the Department provide feedback on Team Work, Sharing of
Responsibility and Initiations taken. The comprehensive feedback is analyzed and the outcomes
are returned to the faculty members with remarks from the Directors which includes appreciation
and suggestions for improvement. Evaluations are used by the faculty members for self insights
and to improve the teaching learning skills.
2.3.13
Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum within the planned
time frame and calendar? If yes elaborate on the challenges encountered and the
institutional approaches to overcome these.
The institution has not faced such a situation till date as all the faculty members complete the
syllabus in time. Lesson plans are prepared well before the commencement of the semester by each
faculty members to avoid any ambiguity. In some situations extra classes are taken. The Institution
has a proper mechanism to ensure curriculum completion on time. Some of these measures include:

A well-prepared and complete Academic Calendar for the entire year. On the basis of
which faculty prepare their sessions plan which is available online to students.
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Continuous monitoring by the Directors, Head of Departments and faculty programme
coordinators for the implementation of the work plans, and syllabus coverage.
2.3.14
How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?
The Library resources are the key resources to use for the augment of the teaching learning process.
The library has around 33,836 books on large variety of management and allied subjects. The
institute receives 249 journals including 59 foreign journal regularly. The library has also been
awarded with the Best Library Rolling Shield for the year 2001-02 by Indore Division Library
Association. It has also received excellent Library Award by Indore Division Library Association
2007. The institute is an institutional member of European Case Clearing House (ECCH) which
facilitates effective and efficient searching of management cases. Library is also having more than
8000 online journals. Library has also subscription of DELNET, SAGE, Proquest ABI complete
inform. The liabrary has a plethora of C.D.’s on plenty of subjects. All the faculty members and
students access these facilities for their research work. The library has 10 multimedia computers in
its e-library. The library continues to circulate hard and soft copy of PIMR library bulletin for the
following current awareness services in order to alert users to latest information of their interest.





List of new issues of the journals
List of new journal subscription and received
List of New magazines received
List of new Ph.D. thesis
List of new book received
Institute library has following facility and system for maximum uses of library resources to
augment the teaching-learning process:

The catalogues from different publishers are filed and readily available for reference.

Access to the library is managed electronically by using ID card with Bar code.

Library is open for use from 9.00 a. M. To 9.00 p.m.

Users can easily search and locate reading materials with the help of user friendly
software.

CCTV cameras installed ensure disciplined and effective use of the library.

The Library welcomes suggestions from all members of the institute community for the
acquisition of materials which support the institution’s teaching and research
programmes.

The books in the general library are categorized as Reference and text book. The reserve
books are issued to the students for overnight use.

The Librarian helps the faculty members to purchase the latest edition of the books as per
their requirement.

Provisions for ordering books online are also in practice.

The seating capacity of the library has also been increased.
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The library manages to cater to the needs of teachers and students with access to books and
journals. Students are encouraged to utilize the library in many ways. Faculty members give
library assignments to students. The students are continuously encouraged by the faculty
members to use the library services. Each student is provided with four library card which enables
them to get books issued from the library. Institute also provide business news paper subscription
to students. Their copy of news papers is also delivered from the library counter. The faculty and
the students access the library for research projects and past journals. The live wire assignment
introduce in internal assessment scheme beside seminar presentation ensure library access for
news papers on current affairs. In essence, the library has truly become what we intended it to be
a great place for acquiring new knowledge, enriching existing skills and knowledge, and being
exposed to newer fields of study and research.
2.3.15
How does the institution continuously monitor, evaluate and report on the quality of
teaching, teaching methods used, classroom environments and the effect on student
performance.
Institute continuously monitor the overall quality of teaching for better performance of students in
following ways:

Head of Departments regularly interact with their respective department’s faculty
members and students.

Institute also appoints faculty as a program coordinators for each class in each semester
who monitor the regularity of all classes as well as continuous evaluations of students.

Students have freedom to directly interact with director of the institute.
The performance of faculty is judged based on the following criteria:
 One of the criteria used in the 360o faculty feedback is results achieved by students in
examinations.

Another criteria is student feedback. Every semester all students are required to give
feedback in writing on each course taught and faculty on various parameters.
Beside faculty are also evaluated through self appraisal, peer appraisal, and director appraisal.
Teacher Quality
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2.4.1
What is the faculty strength of the College? How many positions are filled against the
sanctioned strength? How many of them are from outside the state?
The current faculty strength of the institute is 60. All the position are filled against the sanctioned
strength. The number of faculty from outside the state is 2 (Dr. Punit K. Dwivedi and Dr. Kapil
Arora)
List of Teaching Staff
S.N
Name
Designation
Qualification
Department
D.O.J.
Status
1
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak
Director
MBA, Ph.D.
Finance
01-Dec-94
Permanent
2
Dr. Raj Kishore Sharma
Professor
Ph.D. (Intl.Bus)
Economics
17-Jul-08
3
Dr. Alok Bansal
Professor
MBA, Ph.D.
Systems
01-Jul-06
Permanent
Permanent
4
Dr. Anukool Hyde
Associate
Professor
Ph.D.
HR
08-Aug-07
Dr. Ajit Upadhyay
Associate
Professor
Ph. D.
Marketing
27-Aug-07
Dr. Sachin Mittal
Associate
Professor
MBA, Ph. D.
Finance
01-Jul-08
Dr. Vipin Choudhary
Associate
Professor
M.Sc. MBA, Ph.D
Marketing
01-Jul-08
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Associate
Professor
MBA , Ph.D.
Economics
27-Jul-07
9
Dr. Kapil Arora
Associate
Professor
MBA, Ph. D.
Finance
01-Nov-08
10
Dr. Rajesh Jangalwa
Associate
Professor
MBA, Ph.D.
HR
25-07-2006
11
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Associate
Professor
Ph.D.,MCA
Systems
12-Jul-04
12
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora
Associate
Professor
MFA, Ph.D.
Finance
18-Oct-07
13
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Asst.
Professor (Sr.)
MA Psychology &
Ph.D from DAVV
HR
03-Jul-03
Asst.
Professor (Sr.)
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Systems
Asst.
Professor (Sr.)
M.Phil , MA (Eco),
Net Qualified, Ph.D.
5
6
7
8
14
15
Dr. Shubhangi Jore
Dr. Rupal Chowdhary
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
14-Jul-05
Permanent
Economics
14-Jul-05
Permanent
16
17
18
19
Asst.
Professor (Sr.)
MAPRM
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
Asst.
Professor
MBA
Systems
01-Oct-04
Ms. Shuchi Sharma
Asst.
Professor
MBA
Finance
14-Jul-05
Ms. Bhavna Sharma
Asst.
Professor
MCA
Systems
01-Jan-05
Dr. Pragya Keshari
Marketing
23-Jul-05
Permanent
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Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Ms. Amrita Thakre
Asst.
Professor
MBA
Economics
07-Jul-07
21
Ms. Ranjana Patel
Asst.
Professor
MBA
Finance
04-Jun-06
22
Dr. Raksha Chauhan
Asst.
Professor
M.Sc., Computer
science
Systems
30-Jun-08
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal
Asst.
Professor
MBA
HR
08-Jul-08
24
Prof. Manish Joshi
Asst.
Professor
MBA from DAVV
Marketing
08-Jul-08
25
Dr. Sukhjeet Matharu
Asst.
Professor
M.Phil, B.Ed.,
DBM,,M.Com,Ph.D.
Finance
16-Jul-09
26
Prof. Nidhi Sharma
Asst.
Professor
MBA
Marketing
16-Jul-09
27
Prof. Bharti Motwani
Asst.
Professor
MBA (Computer
Systems)
Systems
17-Jul-09
28
Prof. Vinod Kumar Mishra
Asst.
Professor
MBA,M.Com & MA
HR
16-Jul-08
29
Prof. Raksha Thakur
Asst.
Professor
MIB
Economics
16-Jul-09
30
Dr. Nishant Joshi
Asst.
Professor
MBA from DAVV,
& M.Com
Economics
20-Jul-09
31
Prof. Rajeev Bhatnagar
Asst.
Professor
MCM
Systems
16-Sep-10
32
Prof. Roopali Jain
Asst.
Professor
MCA & PGDCA
from IGNOU
Systems
16-Jul-09
33
Prof. Kushboo Makwana
Asst.
Professor
MBA
Marketing
05-Apr-10
34
Prof. Shardha Haryani
Asst.
Professor
M.Sc. & B.Ed.
Systems
12-Jul-10
35
Ms. Shraddha Mishra
Asst.
Professor
PGPM, MBA
HR
13.06.2011
36
Mr. Dharmendra Sharma
Asst.
Professor
MCA
Systems
24-Jun-11
37
Dr. Punit K. Dwivedi
Asst.
Professor
MBA, Ph.D.
Finance
13-Jun-11
38
Ms. Shakti singh Sonlanki
Asst.
Professor
MCA,BSC
Systems
01.07.2011
39
Dr. Raju C. John
Asst.
Professor
Ph.D.,MMC,MA,BA
Marketing
21.11.2011
40
Prof. Anubha Bendre
Asst.
Professor
MBA, BA
Economics
01.12.2011
20
23
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
81
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
41
Prof. Vibha Sahu
Asst.
Professor
MMS
HR
01.12.2011
42
Ms. Farhat Ali Syed
Asst.
Professor
MBA,MA,BE,BA
HR
01.12.2011
43
Mr. Deepesh Mamtani
Asst.
Professor
MBA(PA)
HR
15.12.2011
44
Dr. Satnam Kaur Ubeja
Asst.
Professor
MBA,M.Sc, Ph.D.
Marketing
15.12.2011
45
Ms. Arpita Patel
Asst.
Professor
MSEM,B.SE
Marketing
21.12.2011
46
Mr. Sarfaraz Ansari
Asst.
Professor
MBA (FA), BBA
Finance
01.03.2012
47
Ms. Saroj S. Prasad
Asst.
Professor
MBA (FA)
Finance
48
Mr. Shailendra Gangrade
Asst.
Professor
MBA (Finance)
Finance
49
Mr. Mohit Moghe
Asst.
Professor
MFT
Economics
50
Ms. Mahak Goreja
Asst.
Professor
MBA (IB)
Economics
51
Mr. Devendra Jain
Asst.
Professor
MBA (MM)
Marketing
52
Mr. Sunil Kumar Verma
Asst.
Professor
M.Com, M.Phil
Finance
53
Mr. Arun Saxena
Asst.
Professor
MBA (HRM)
HR
54
Mr.Ravi Changle
Asst.
Professor
MBA (Finance)
Finance
55
CA Niranjan Lahoti
Asst.
Professor
M.Com, CA
Finance
Dr. Seema Jhala
Asst.
Professor
MBA, Ph.D.
Mr. Panay Karnik
Asst.
Professor
Mr. Umang Mehta
Asst.
Professor
59
Mrs. Anuradha Pathak
Asst.
Professor
60
Ms. Swati Sabarwal
Asst.
Professor
56
57
58
2.4.2
MBA
MBA
MBA (IB), NET
Qualfied
Mater of Mass
Media
How are the members of the faculty selected?
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Economics
HR
Finance
Economics
Marketing
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
Permanent
01.12.2012
Permanent
19.11.2012
Permanent
19.11.2012
Permanent
01.12.2012
Permanent
01.12.2012
Permanent
01.12.2012
Permanent
06.12.2012
Permanent
06.12.2012
Permanent
01.01.2011
Permanent
06.02.2013
Permanent
06.02.2013
Permanent
06.02.2013
Permanent
06.02.2013
Permanent
06.02.2013
Contract

The Vacancies are advertised in local English news paper, Hindi news paper, Rozgar and
Nirman and National news papers.

AICTE qualifications and UGC norms are followed while making appointments.

The applications are screened by a committee of senior faculty and staff.

The screened candidates are called for presentation and interview.

The candidates make a power point presentation of 10 minutes on a topic of their choice.

The interview panel constituted as per college code 28 normas of Devi Ahilya Vishwa
Vidyalaya (DAVV) by the honourable Vice Chancellor. Panel members includes one subject
expert nominated by vice chancellor of DAVV, one chairman nominated by vice chancellor
of DAVV, Director of institute and one management representative.

The selected candidate is appointed initially on the probation for 2 years.
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Highest
qualification
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Total
Male
Female
Male
Female
Male
Female
2
1
8
1
2
9
23
2
3
5
20
28
60
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
2
1
8
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
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1
2.4.4
What percentage of the teachers have completed UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, and SLET
exams? In that what percentage of teachers are with PG as highest qualification?
What percentage of the teachers have completed UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, and SLET
exams?
10% (total six teachers completed NET)
In that what percentage of teachers are with PG as highest qualification?
56.66% (total 34 teachers PG as Highest qualification)
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48 Does the College encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment?
Provide the following departments-wise details.
Yes the institute encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment. Diversity in faculty Recruitment
department wise is following:
Marketing
Year
% of faculty who
are product of the
Same College
% of faculty from
other Colleges
within the State
% of Faculty from
Other States
% of Faculty from
abroad *
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
2009
16.66%
83.33%
0.00%
0.00%
2010
11.11%
88.89%
0.00%
0.00%
2011
18.18%
81.82%
0.00%
0.00%
2012
9.09%
90.91%
0.00%
0.00%
2013
8.33%
91.67%
0.00%
0.00%
Percentage
Percentage
Finance
Percentage
Year
Percentage
2009
12.50%
75.00%
12.50%
0.00%
2010
0.00%
85.71%
14.29%
0.00%
2011
0.00%
77.78%
22.22%
0.00%
2012
0.00%
77.78%
22.22%
0.00%
2013
0.00%
85.72%
14.28%
0.00%
Percentage
Percentage
Economics
Percentage
Year
Percentage
2009
16.67%
83.33%
0.00%
0.00%
2010
16.67%
83.33%
0.00%
0.00%
2011
14.29%
85.71%
0.00%
0.00%
2012
16.67%
83.33%
0.00%
0.00%
2013
9.09%
90.91%
0.00%
0.00%
Year
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
2009
25.00%
75.00%
0.00%
0.00%
2010
28.57%
71.43%
0.00%
0.00%
2011
22.22%
77.78%
0.00%
0.00%
2012
22.22%
77.78%
0.00%
0.00%
2013
27.27%
72.73%
0.00%
0.00%
HR
Percentage
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Year
Percentage
2009
10.00%
2010
System
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
90.00%
0.00%
0.00%
9.09%
90.91%
0.00%
0.00%
2011
7.14%
92.86%
0.00%
0.00%
2012
7.14%
92.86%
0.00%
0.00%
2013
8.33%
91.67%
0.00%
0.00%
* Institute conduct various sessions of faculty from abroad through video conferencing, foreign interns
come to teach students and institute also conduct workshop by inviting foreign faculty.
2.4.6
Does the College have the required number of qualified and competent teachers to handle
all the courses for all departments? If not, how do you cope with the requirements? How
many faculty members were appointed during the last four years?
Yes, the institute has the required number of faculty members to handle all the courses for all the
departments. Apart from this the institute also invites visiting faculty from Industry and
academician, subject experts at the national level also. The numbers of faculty members
appointed during last four years were 31 Nos.
2.4.7
How many visiting Professors are on the rolls of the College?
Yes, every year institute appoint visiting faculty members on roll of the institute. At present 24
visiting faculty members in PG and 31 visiting faculty members are in UG (total 55 faculty
members) are on the rolls of the institute.
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2.4.8
What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg: providing research grants,
study leave, nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars, in-service
training, organizing national/international conferences etc.)
The institute promotes faculty members by providing them following facilities:
2. Providing research grants : Institute provides research grants to faculty members for
research project undertaken by them. The faculty submit research proposal which are
screened by the Research Committee which is headed by the director. Once approved the
amount is sanctioned for research and made available to the faculty for research and
publication of results.
3. Study leave: The institute has a provision for study leave which is given to the faculty
members for attending international and national conference within and outside the
country. Any faculty member who is nominated and getting grant for attending
conferences, workshops, seminar, etc are allowed for study leave including departure and
arrival day. Institute also has provision to give leave for Ph.D. work of faculty members.
The duration of this leave can be 30 days to 60 days. Many faculty members of institute
has taken benefit of Ph.D. leave and completed their thesis work.
4. Nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars: All the received
proposals from various institutions for attending conferences, seminar and workshops are
circulated among all faculty members. Faculty members are required to attend 2 national
conferences and 1 international conference in a year. Besides faculty can also apply to the
director to attend workshops based on their interest area. After receiving application from
faculty member director, nominate the faculty member and study leave as per institute
rules. The institute looks after registration fees, TA, DA, conveyance of faculty for all
events to which faculty is nominated.
5. In-service training: The institute regularly organizes national and international
conferences, seminars, workshops like research methodology workshop, case writing
workshops, certified programs, Faculty Development programs, and academic forums to
provide in-service training facility to all the faculty members. The faculty members are
also given facilities like library, laptops, access to international and national journals. The
institute also has a Chapter of ISTD, AIMS, NHRD and ISTE. This platform provides
faculty with opportunity to attend lectures of eminent personalities from industry and
academia on contemporary issues on management.
6. Organizing national/international conferences: Institute continuously organizing
national and international conferences. Every year institute organizes international
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conference on 30th and 31st January. Since 2007, institute has organized eight
international conferences. Institute also organizing every year national conferences in the
month of September and since 2007 till now institute has organized eight national
conferences on various different themes.
2.4.9
Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognitions for excellence in teaching at
the state, national and international level during the last four years.
Institute and faculty members have received various state levels, national level and International
level awards. The details are following:
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Year
2014
State Level
2013
Dr. Sachin Mittal
Received best
PIMR faculty
award
Prof. Nidhi Sharma
Received best
PIMR faculty
award
2012
2011
2010
The chairman of
PES, Shri N.N.
Jain was awarded
the Shiksha Ratna
Award for Best
Faculty in M P
held at the State
Education Summit
Expo 2012
organised by
Digital learning on
19th Dec 2012.
Dr. Shukhjeet Kaur
Matharu Received
best PIMR faculty
award
Ms. Raksha
National Level
International Level
Prof. Suyash Jhawar
received the best paper
presentation award on
titled “Consumer
Perceptions towards
uses of Plastic Bags” in
International
Conference 89rganized
by Symbiosis Institute
of Business
Management, Pune,
March, 2014
Total
1
1
The
chairman
of
Prestige
Education
Society (PES), Shri
N.N.
Jain
was
awarded the E India
Award by the Digital
learning
in
the
category ICT enabled
higher
education
award
held
at
th
Hyderabad on 15 16th Nov,2012.
3
The institute is
privilege recipient of
Devang Mehta Award
2011
The
institute
is
2
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2
2009
2008
Chouhan Received
best PIMR faculty
award
privilege recipient of
Devang Mehta Award
2010
Dr. Anukool M.
Hyde Received
best PIMR faculty
award
The
institute
is
privilege recipient of
Devang Mehta Award
2009. The award is
conferred upon Shri
N.N.Jain
for
his
excellence
and
contribution
to
management
education and his
impeccable
contribution to the
society.
Best Research Paper
Award was conferred to
Dr. Alok Bansal for the
paper entitled ‘An
Evaluation of Computer
Self-Efficacy among BSchool Students’ in 12th
Nirma International
Conference on
Management, Institute
of Management, Nirma
University,
Ahmedabad, January,
2009.
Best Research paper
award was conferred
on Mr. Nitin Tanted
during the Doctoral
Thesis conference held
at ICFAI, Hyderabad
from February 8-9,
2008.
Distinguished Service 5
Award
of
AIMS
International
during
Annual
International
Conference
on
Management,
Indian
Business
Academy,
Greater
Noida,
December, 2008.
Dr. Manisha
Singhai received
PIMR Fraternity
Award
Mr. Nitin Merh
Received best
PIMR faculty
award
Prof. Bhavna
Sharma received
PIMR Fraternity
Award
Best Research paper
award was conferred on
Mr. Arun B. K. during
the
NICOM
International
conference held at
Nirma
Institute
of
Management
and
Research, Ahmedabad
from January 9-11,
2008.
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4
2.4.10
Provide the number of faculty who have undergone staff development programmes
during the last four years. (Add any other programme if necessary)
Academic Staff Development Programmes
2.4.11
Refresher courses
12
HRD programmes
04
Orientation programmes
15
Staff training conducted by the College
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Staff training conducted by University/other Colleges
03
Summer / winter schools, workshops, etc.
17
Any other (please Specify)
13
What percentage of the faculty have
been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences
organized by external professional agencies:
41%
participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized
by national/ international professional bodies:
80%
presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or
recognized by professional agencies :
66%
teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and others:
38%
industrial engagement :
90%
international experience in teaching:
2.4.12
Number of faculty
02
How often does the College organize academic development programmes for its faculty,
leading to enrichment of teaching-learning process?
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 Curricular Development
 Teaching-learning methods
 Examination reforms
 Content / knowledge management
 Any other (please specify)
The institute regularly organizes various conferences, workshops and seminars for faculty leading
to enrichment of teaching learning process. Details are as follows:
* Curriculum Development: Institute organizes curriculum development workshops every year.
The syllabus is also discussed in Academic council, Executive council, and Board of studies of
the institute and suggestions are being incorporated.
 Teaching-learning methods: Institute regularly conducting various workshops for improving
teaching learning quality of faculty members. Institute conducted six Advertising and Knowledge
Management Workshop, ten faculty development workshops and FDP series; eleven research
methodology workshops, and thirty case writing workshops.
 Examination reforms: The institute organizes a series of faculty workshops to suggest changes
in the examination every semester. The institute has a examination and faculty coordinator
internal assessment who 92rganize faculty meeting every semester to finalise new scheme of
assessment.
 Content / knowledge management: To develop contents and knowledge of faculty members,
institute organize following activities regularly:







Organizes FDP and lecture series at least four times a year.
The institute has an academic forum where faculty are exposed to latest development in
diverse areas. This forum meets at least once a month
Institute organizes workshops for faculty and gets faculty from abroad once a semester.
The institute provides faculty with e-resources, laptop, Wi-Fi campus facility, etc.
The institute nominate faculty to attend workshops, FDPs, seminars and conferences. At
least three in a year.
Institute sends faculty to conduct management development programs and consultancies.
At least 6 in a year.
Institute motivates faculty to do Ph.D. and rewards them for the same.
* Any other: The institute organizes faculty workshops every year to suggest new innovative
activities that can help the students to develop.
2.4.13 What are the teaching innovations made during the last five years? How are innovations
rewarded?
The institute is keen at providing not only quality but also latest an updated education to the
students. The institute has installed LCD’s in all the classrooms and distributed laptop to all
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faculty members. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled for enhanced connectivity. The faculty members
are required to deliver their lectures using modern audio visual aids, latest technology and
software. The lectures are given through PowerPoint presentations for interactive learning.
Teaching innovations during the last six years are followings:
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1. Presentation of contents using LCD.
2. Started various activities like seminar presentations, fish pond and live wire, etc.
3. Delivery of lectures to the students using Video Conferencing.
4. Compulsory industrial visit and report on industrial visit.
5. Started various clubs like HR club, IT club, International Forum, Marketing club, finance club
under which various lectures, workshops, EMLs, and certificate programs are 94rganized.
6. Business News paper subscriptions for students.
7. Introduction of open book test and online test.
8. Introduce minor business research project
9. Introduce field assignments for part time students.
10. Introduced entrepreneurship workshops in association with NEN
11. Introduced training programs on NSE modules
12. Introduced advanced Excel training programs, Tally workshop, etc.
13. Port visit to International Business and Foreign Trade Students
14. NSE and Reserve Bank visit to students of Finance
15. International Tour for students.
16. Use of films for teaching.
All innovative teaching learning techniques are discussed in faculty meetings and introduced in a
formal manner. Faculty coordinators are appointed for each activity to ensure that the innovations
are implemented.
39 Does the College have a mechanism to encourage
 Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching?
 Faculty exchange programmes with national and international bodies?
If yes, how have these schemes helped in enriching quality of the faculty?
Yes the institute has mechanism to encourage mobility of faculty between institutes for teaching
and faculty exchange.
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 Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching?
The institute encourages faculty to visit other institutions for teaching at higher levels. Faculty
have been nominated to other institution for teaching in M.Phil programs. Faculties are also sent
to institutions to teach course work for Ph.D students. The faculty also go to other institutes for
conducting student centric workshops, faculty development workshop and industry training
workshops.
 Faculty exchange programmes with national and international bodies?
Yes, the scheme is existing for faculty exchange with National and International bodies The
institute signed MoU with various foreign Universities. Using these schemes faculty members
are sharing knowledge and skills with National / International Professionals which enrich the
quality of the faculty. Institute has signed MoUs for Faculty Exchange program with national
and international bodies like AISEC, Innoserv, NEN, country MOU’s with Algeria. The
institute is encouraged to attend national and international conferences, seminars, workshops,
and faculty development programs.
The mobility of faculty between institutes and faculty exchange programmes expose faculty to a
wide arena of academia inputs. These translate into enhanced teaching quality and also impact
research.
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2.5.1
How does the College ensure that all the stakeholders are aware of the evaluation
processes that are operative?
College organizes induction programmes to covey the rules and regulations, facilities
available, the academic plan and assessment methods and systems of the college. This
induction programme is held separately for the students and the newly joined faculty. Students
and the new faculty are made aware of the evaluation process too at the time of joining the
institution via these induction programmes. The institute has a systematic and well-defined
evaluation procedure. The evaluation procedure is uploaded on the student’s login and also
displayed on the notice board. A Notice is also circulated in all the classes for students to see
the internal assessment procedure. The institute appoints a specific Internal Assessment
coordinator who takes care and manages the entire assessment. The students can also contact
to the coordinator for more details and information. The classroom scheduling, examination
scheduling, attendance, grading and grade distribution are all done online.
2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms initiated by the College and to what extent have
they been implemented in the College? Cite a few examples which have positively
impacted the evaluation management system?
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The evaluation is done constantly and learning outcomes are monitored with the help of student
feedback report, continuous internal assessment, seminar sessions, assignments, faculty feedback
report and regular department review meetings. The entire internal assessment scheme is online
which insures transparency. Besides every semester the faculty coordinator of internal assessment
calls meeting of faculty to discuss and introduce innovative evaluation methods.
The key evaluation reforms implemented by the institute are
1.
Online Examination in internal assessment has been introduced.
2.
New Innovative components have been introduced in the internal assessment scheme like
Fish Pond, News Wire, EML, Summer Training Projects, and Marks for attendance, case
presentation, social work projects, to name a few.
3.
The internal and external marks are available online to ensure transparency.
4.
The institute has a software system that enables submission of assignment online.
5.
In external examination introduction of case/practical problem in every course.
6.
The marks of internal are transferred online to the examination centre and semester
examination result is online.
7.
Faculty and staff are separately remunerated for internal evaluation of students.
8.
Faculty are remunerated to sit in panels of MRP at different stages,summer training and
seminar presentations.
9.
2.5.3
Faculty are also remunerated to be guide for MRP’s.
What measures have been taken by the institution for continuous evaluation of students
and ensuring their progress and improved performance?
The method of evaluation which is followed in the institute is continuous evaluation method. Every
semester the institute designs the continuous evaluation scheme in the faculty meeting. The scheme
is designed for over all development of the students and seeks maximum participation of the
student. The internal assessment is given 40% weightage in the ratio of 60:40 i.e.60 marks for
external exam and 40 marks for internal exam. Many innovative practices in evaluation scheme are
followed for the holistic development of the student. To ensure maximum participation of the
students activities like Live Wire (Current Affair), Fish Pond, Open book test, Seminar presentation,
online objective type test, comprehensive Viva-voce, Extra mural lectures etc. For developing
research outlook the students have to undertake a major research project under faculty mentorship
which is evaluated through viva-voce by external examiner. Even in summer’s student compulsorily
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do summer internship which are evaluated by industry mentors, faculty mentors. Students also make
a presentation on the same before a faculty panel which evaluates their reports.
2.5.4 What percentage of marks is earmarked for continuous internal assessment? Indicate
the mechanisms strategized to ensure rigour of the internal assessment process?
The internal assessment is given 40% weightage in the ratio of 60:40 i.e.60 marks for external exam
and 40 marks for internal exam.
The detailed internal scheme program wise is as follows
Internal Assessment Scheme 2013-14 ( Jan – June 2014, II, IV and VI Sem.)
For All Courses
1. General: Each paper, in all programs, consists of 100 marks and the distribution of marks to
external and internal assessment will be as follows:
2)
Program
Total
External
MBA (FT) – II Sem.
100
60
MBA (FA) – II Sem.
100
60
MBA (MM) – II Sem.
100
60
MBA (IB) – II Sem.
100
60
MBA (PA) – II Sem.
100
60
MBA (FT) – IV Sem.
100
60
MBA (FA) – IV Sem.
100
60
MBA (MM) – IV Sem.
100
60
MBA (IB) – IV Sem.
100
60
MBA (PT) – II Sem.
100
60
MBA (PT) – IV Sem.
100
60
MBA (PT) – VI Sem.
100
60
Summary of components and marks for Internal Assessments
Components
1. Class Test (Descriptive)
2. Class Test (Objective Type)
3. Case /Assignments Submission
4. Case Presentation and Evaluation
5. Industrial Visit
6. Report of Industrial visit
7. Live Wire(Current Updates)
8. Attendance (As per slab)
9. EML Attendance
MBA (FA) II Sem.
No.
1
1
2
1
1
1
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Internal
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
Marks
7
7
1
4
4
3
Total
7
7
2
4
4
3
5
5
3
Total
40
***MBA (FT) II Sem. (For Business Research Method) ***
Components
No.
Marks
1. Research Project
1
17
2 Class Test
1
2. Industrial Visit and report
3. Attendance (As per slab)
4. EML Attendance
5.Presentation/Communication skills
Total
Total
17
6
5
5
3
4
40
MBA (FT) II Sem.
Components
No.
1
1. Class Test (Descriptive)
1
2. Class Test (Objective Type)
3. Case Submission
2
4. Case Presentation and Evaluation
1
5. Industrial Visit
6. Report of Industrial visit
7. Comprehensive Viva voce
8. Attendance (As per slab)
9. EML Attendance
10.Assignment/Fish Pond/Communication Skill
Total
Marks
6
6
1
5
Total
6
6
2
5
3
2
4
5
3
4
40
Marks
10
10
1
5
5
Total
10
10
2
5
5
5
3
40
Components
1. Class Test (Descriptive)
2. Class Test (Objective Type)
3. Case Study
4. Case Presentation and Evaluation
5.Fish Pond/Assignment
6. Attendance (As per slab)
7. EML Attendance
MBA (IB) & (MM) II Sem.
No.
1
1
2
1
1
Total
98
****MBA (MM) II Sem. For Marketing Research ****
Components
No.
Marks
1. Research Project and Presentation
1
27
2 Class Test (Descriptive)
3. Attendance (As per slab)
4. EML Attendance
Total
Components
1. Class Test (Descriptive)
2.Class Test (Objective Type)
3. Case Submission
4. Case Presentation and Evaluation
5. Industrial Visit
6. Report of Industrial Visit
6. Social Activities
7. Attendance (As per slab)
8. EML Attendance
MBA (PA) II Sem.
No.
1
1
2
1
1
1
Marks
8
8
1
5
Total
8
8
2
5
3
2
4
5
3
40
Marks
13
13
1
6
Total
13
13
04
06
04
40
Total
Components
1. Class Test (Descriptive)
2.Class Test (Objective Type)
3. Case/Assignment Submission
4. Case/Assignment Evaluation
5. Attendance (As per slab)
MBA (PT) II, IV and VI Semesters.
No.
1
1
1
1
Total
MBA (FT), MBA(FA), MBA(MM) and MBA (IB) MBA(PA) IV Sem.
Components
No.
Marks
1. Class Test (Descriptive)
1
11
2. Class Test (Objective Type)
1
11
2. Case Study
2
1
3. Case Presentation and Evaluation
1
6
4. Assignment/Fish Pond
1
5
4. Attendance (As per slab)
Total
99
Total
27
5
5
3
40
Total
11
11
2
6
5
5
40
s of the Scheme
41 Class Test
Two class tests will be conducted during the semester and the class test will be held as per
announced test schedule of the Institute. Test will be conducted by the concerned faculty in
his/her lecture in the particular class. A copy of the test schedule is also enclosed herewith for
your reference and also displayed on the notice board. Soft copy of test schedule is also
available on institute website and faculty members and students can check it through their
community login. First class test will be the Descriptive type test whereas, Second class test
will be objective type test in which students will be asked objective question. In objective
type test, faculty may ask Numerical/logical questions/objective type questions. Faculty must
ask sufficient number of objective questions to justify the marks. Class coordinators are
requested to ensure smooth & timely conduction of test.
(B)
Case Submission, Presentation and Evaluation
Faculty members will discuss two cases (one in MBA-PT) in each subject during the semester.
Students are required to submit write-up of cases before the discussion in the class. For every
submission they will get marks as per the case submission scheme. Faculty members will
evaluate a presentation of each student and award the marks according to the scheme. Faculty
members are requested to ensure timely submission and presentation of cases by the students.
Each case will be evaluated by concerned faculty and selection of the case is entirely to the
discretion of the faculty.
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(D)
EML Attendance (Not Applicable in PT programs)
(Coordinator – Prof. Arun Saxena)
To enhance the student knowledge, institute organizes Extra Mural Lectures (EML) regularly.
In order to motivate students to attend EML and to reward students who attend EML regularly,
marks for EML attendance will be provided in ratio of their EML attendance. Suppose a
student attends 3 EML out of 6, he will be awarded 1.5 marks out of 3 marks.
(E)
Industrial Visit and Report
(Coordinator – Prof. Mohit Moghe & Prof. Shailendra Gangrade)
(Applicable in MBA-FT and FA – II sem, MBA PA II)
Institute will arrange industrial visit for MBA-FT, FA and PA II semester students during this
term. Marks for industrial visit will be allocated as per the internal assessment scheme. The
marks after all assessment will be forwarded by the coordinator to internal coordinator.
(F)
Current Updates (Live Wire): Current Updates (Live Wire) activity will be conducted by the
Program coordinator in the respective class and will forward the marks to internal
coordinator. The Faculty Coordinator will take presentation based on current updates in news
paper through formation of panel consisting of faculty members.
(G)
Fish Pond: Fish Pond Activity will be conducted by the subject faculty member in their
respective class. For conducting this activity the faculty can assign the topics selected
randomly to each student. The objective of the fish pond activity is to make clarity of concepts
taught during the class. The topics should be related to the syllabus of that subject.
(H)
Social Activities (For MBA-PA-II Sem.) (Dr. Anukool Hyde and Prof. Arun Saxena)
In order to make students socially responsible and to reward students who are doing any social
activity like blood donation, plantations, garden cleaning etc. will get marks out of 4. Students
will be required to report to the activity coordinator for social activities and marks.
The marks after all assessment will be forwarded by the coordinator to internal coordinator
Internal Assessment Scheme 2013-14 for UG Programs
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Summary of Marks for Internal Assessment- BBA,BCA & BBA(Foreign Trade) II, IV Semester
Components
Marks Distribution
Pass marks
40 Marks
BBA & BCA- 16
marks
BBA(Foreign
Trade)-18 marks
I class Test
6 marks
17-02-2014 to 24-022014
II class Test 10 marks
24-03-2014 to 29-032014
1st
Submission-1 mark
1Assignment- Feb 1st
Assignment
week
nd
II Assignment-Mar
2
Submission-1 mark
1st week
Assignment
III Assignment-2nd
3rd
Submission-1 mark
April, 2014
Assignment
Evaluation
42 marks
of any 1
assignment
Viva2 marks
April 1st week
Voce(To be
taken by the
faculty
member in
his/her
respective
lecture in 1st
week of
April)
Seminar
06 marks
6 subjects x 6 marksPresentation
Total marks- 36
(To be taken
marks
by the
panel)
EML-Extra
Mural
Lecture
(Marks will
be awarded
for
attending
the EML)
02 marks
6subjects x 2 marks
Total marks- 12
marks
Attendance
08 marks
85%& above-08
marks
75%-84%- 06 marks
65%-74%- 04 marks
55%-64%- 02 marks
Below 55%- 0
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1. Student will submit 3 Assignments/Case studies throughout the semester. Faculty
member will award 1 mark each for submission on the due date. Out of 3
assignments, faculty member will evaluate only 1 assignment and will award marks
out of 3 for evaluation.
2. Viva-voce has to be taken by the respective faculty member in his/her class itself. It
has to be separately conducted for all the six subjects by the faculty members of
respective subjects.
3. For Seminar Presentation students will be allotted to the Regular Faculty members.
Out of the allotted students, groups(4 students in each group) can be formed by the
Faculty members. Topics for presentation will be allotted to the student groups by the
respective faculty member. The groups will be guided by the faculty member for the
development of the content and presentation skills. Panels will be formed and
Seminar Presentation will be taken in the 1st week of April, 2014. The marks awarded
to the students by the Panel will be updated in the internal assessment software for all
the subjects by the System Administrator-Mr. Manish Sharma.
4. The EML coordinator will organize EML lectures. Students who attend these lectures
will be awarded 2 marks by the Coordinator- EML. These marks will be updated in
the software by System Administrator- Mr. Manish Sharma.
5. Students have to score passing marks separately in Internal and External in order to
Pass the End Semester Examination.
Summary of Marks for Internal Assessment- BBA (Foreign Trade) VI semester
Components
Marks
Minimum pass marks
Distribution
14 out of 30
30 Marks
I class Test
06
17-02-2014 to 24-02-2014
II class Test
06
24-03-2014 to 29-03-2014
1st Assignment
03
1st week of February, 2014
nd
2 Assignment
03
1st week of March, 2014
Comprehensive
06 marks
Marks will be added to the internal component of all the
Viva-Voce
subjects wherever applicable
(To be taken by the
panel)
Attendance
06 marks
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2.5.5
Does the College adhere to the declared examination schedules? If not, what measures have
been taken to address the delay?
Yes, the college adheres to the declared examination schedule.
43 What is the average time taken by the College for declaration of
examination results? Indicate the mode / media adopted by the
College for the publication of examination results e.g., website, SMS,
email, etc.
The average time taken by the institute for declaration of examination result is 6 to 8 weeks. The
institute uploads the exam result on the institute website and is also displayed on the notice board.
The student can see the result through their student login. The hard copy in the form of mark
sheet is also provided to them duly signed by the director and the University registrar.
44 Does the college have an integrated examination platform for the
following processes?
 Pre-examination processes – Time table generation, OMR, student list generation,
invigilators, squads, attendance sheet, online payment gateway, etc.
 Examination process – Examination material management, logistics.
* Post examination process – attendance capture, OMR based exam result, auto
processing, generic result processing and certification.
A separate software exists for the examination department only for all confidential work. The
access of this software is only in the hand of controller of examination. The office of Controller
Summary of Marks for Internal Assessment- BCA VI Semester
Components
I class Test
II class Test
1st Assignment
2nd Assignment
Comprehensive
Viva-Voce
(To be taken by the
panel)
Attendance
Marks
Distribution
10 Marks
02
02
01
01
02 marks
Minimum pass marks
04 out of 10 marks
17-02-2014 to 24-02-2014
24-03-2014 to 29-03-2014
1st week of February, 2014
1st week of March, 2014
Marks will be added to the internal component of all the
subjects wherever applicable
02 marks
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of examination is responsible for : Conduction of Written Exams, Paper Setting, Arrangement
and duty allocation to Invigilators Evaluation, Result Declaration and academic calendar for
conducting semester exams. The detail integrated examination process is as follows:
Pre Examination process: The student list is generated through software which records the
student information since they are admitted in the institute. The institute has an online payment
gateway through which student can fill online exam form and challan. Here the student with any
deficiency (Short attendance, Fees nonpayment) is not allowed to fill the form through system.
The internal exam marks are also updated online directly for result processing.
Examination process: The institute has an online system for recording the store items. The items
required for conduction of exam are provided through store where all online records of issuance
are kept. The printing of the question paper is also done through online process.
Post Examination Process: The result once uploaded can be accessed by students through their
login id. The result is also printed through the software.
2.5.8 Has the College introduced any reforms in its Ph.D. evaluation process?
The Institute is a recognized Research center and follows the norms laid down by Devi Ahiliya
University, Indore in accordance with UGC. Recently the University has started the Ph.D Course
work system through which the candidate has to attend six month course work and clear the
exam. After clearing the exam the candidate has to appear before the research degree committee
for getting the approval of their Ph.D. Synopsis. After the approval of Ph.D. Synopsis the
candidate has to submit the six month progress report and finally appear for the viva-voce which
is conducted at the research center.
2.5.9
What efforts are made by the College to streamline the operations at the Office of the
Controller of Examinations? Mention any significant efforts which have improved
process and functioning of the examination division/section?
Yes, the institute is continuously streamlining the operations at the office of the controller of
examination. The institute has an examination committee; it also has five subjects committee and
has an examination controller as administrative head and director to oversee these committees.
The controller of examination is responsible for maintaining the security of the evaluation
process. The institute has a full proof system to ensure security and confidentiality of the
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evaluation system. The controller of examination is responsible for maintaining the security of the
evaluation process. The centre evaluation practices are followed as per DAVV norms.
To facilitate the examination process software is used. All internal marks are automatically
transferred to the examination section. The examination results are uploaded on the institute
website and assessed through student login. The mark sheets are printed by institute with photo
for authenticating. Exam challan forms can be filled online by the students.
45 What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to
evaluation?
The institute follows university norms for redrassal of grievances with regard to evaluation.The
students are allowed to apply for revaluation of answer books as well as inspection.Both are as
per D.A.V.V.Norms.
2.6.
Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1
Does the College have clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes? If yes, give
details on how the students and staff are made aware of these?
Yes, the institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The institute has the
policy of defining the learning outcomes for each course by concerned faculty. The learning
outcomes are mentioned in the syllabus, information brochure and website of institute. The
faculties appraise the student of the learning outcomes of its programme during the induction
programme held at the time of admission of the student. Learning outcome of each course is
discussed by faculty. The syllabus is available in printed format for the students in the institute
library. Students are required to study as per syllabus and faculty members are required to teach
as per the syllabus in the required lectures. The session plan is prepared by the faculty to impart
the knowledge that is essential to comply with the learning outcomes.
46 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of
learning outcomes?
To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded by faculty for
each course in each semester which are available to students through their student login online.
The internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total marks and is rigorous and continuous in
nature. It includes class test, online test, case presentations, seminar presentations, live wire, fish
pond presentations, comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
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The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to attendance in
internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment test for communication
skills, aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide them extra support by way of special
classes and feedback taken at the end of such classes. The institute also has faculty program
coordinator who ensures that the session plans are adhered to.
47 How does the institution collect and analyse data on student learning
outcomes and use it for overcoming barriers of learning?
The results of the students are displayed online. They are used at the time of 360 O appraisal of
faculty. Beside verbal feedback received from faculty and students are discussed in faculty
meetings held before each semester and necessary steps and initiatives are taken to resolve the
problems identified and areas of possible development.
The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is compared
with past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively reflected in student
results.
The score of aptitude and language tests are used to provide students with supportive classes in
specific areas. The feedback of industry at the time of summer training/ placements is discussed
with the placement officer and support in specific areas is provided to the students.
48 Give Programme-wise details of the pass percentage and completion
rate of students.
Varge Progress PG+UG 2009
Program
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
MBA(FT)
89
80
89.89
MBA(IB)
53
52
98.11
MBA(MM)
55
50
90.91
MBA(APR)
30
26
86.67
MBA(FA)
35
26
74.29
MBA(PA)
53
53
100.00
Avarge Progress PG+UG 2010
PG
Program
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
MBA(FT)
86
63
73.26
MBA(PT)
21
13
61.90
Total
107
76
71.03
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UG
Program
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
BBA
258
221
85.66
BCA
54
42
77.78
BFT
47
40
85.11
Total
359
303
84.40
Avarge Progress PG+UG 2011
PG
Program
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
MBA(FT)
114
109
95.61
MBA(IB)
55
48
87.27
MBA(MM)
54
46
85.19
MBA(FA)
0
0
0.00
MBA(PA)
0
0
0.00
MBA(PT)
17
17
100.00
Total
240
220
91.67
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
BBA
364
318
87.36
BCA
40
40
100.00
BFT
45
44
97.78
Total
449
402
89.53
UG
Program
Avarge Progress PG+UG 2012
PG
Program
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
MBA(FT)
163
144
88.34
MBA(IB)
52
50
96.15
MBA(MM)
59
50
84.75
MBA(FA)
0
0
0.00
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MBA(PA)
0
0
0.00
MBA(PT)
21
20
95.24
MMC
8
8
100.00
Total
303
272
89.77
Passout
Percentage
Program
UG
Appeard
BBA
401
362
90.27
BCA
47
40
85.11
BFT
35
31
88.57
Total
483
433
89.65
Avarge Progress PG+UG 2013
PG
Program
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
MBA(FT)
270
257
95.19
MBA(IB)
55
54
98.18
MBA(MM)
60
55
91.67
MBA(FA)
58
54
93.10
MBA(PA)
0
0
0.00
MBA(PT)
19
19
100.00
MMC
8
8
100.00
Total
470
447
95.11
Appeard
Passout
Percentage
BBA
340
298
87.65
BCA
34
24
70.59
BFT
21
19
90.48
B.Com(Hons)
84
74
88.10
Total
479
415
86.64
UG
Program
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND
EXTENSION
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3.1 PROMOTION OF RESEARCH
3.1.1 Does the College have a research committee to monitor and address the issues of
research? If yes, what is its composition? Mention a few recommendations which have been
implemented and their impact.
Yes, the institute has a research committee and the Director of the Institute is the Chairman of
the research committee. The research committee of the Institute for the year 2013-14 is shown as
follows:
Name
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak (Director)
Dr. R. K. Sharma (HOD, Economics)
Dr. Alok Bansal (HOD, Systems & QT)
Dr. Anukool M. Hyde (HOD, HR)
Dr. Ajit Upadhaya (HOD, Marketing)
Dr. Vipin Choudhary (Associate Professor, Marketing)
Department
Finance
Economics
System
Human Resource
Marketing
Marketing
Status
Chairman
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
The Research Committee members at the departmental level facilitate and monitor research
being carried out in their relevant areas. The committee facilitates research case writing
workshops, research methodology workshops which are conducted twice in a year. Besides, the
committee reviews the progress of the research work done by the faculty members periodically.
The research committee also provides support to the PhD research scholars registered with the
institute. The committee also encourage young faculty to register for PhD.
Recommendations and Impact of the Recommendations of Research Committee:
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Institute has installed research software like SPSS, MS Excel, etc. and subscribed online
research sources like Proquest, Delnet, etc. Various journals, books, magazines, etc. are also
subscribes to promote the research activities of the Institute.
International and national level conferences have been organized at regular intervals to share
the research knowledge with outside world.
Research Methodology Workshops, Case Writing Workshops, Seminars and FDPs for
faculty members and Research Paper Presentation and Summer Internship Project
Presentation Competitions for students are organized in the Institute at regular intervals.
Faculty members of the Institute participated in various seminars and conferences both
national and international levels as a resource person/delegate.
56 PhD scholars have submitted their PhD theses, 43 have been awarded PhD theses and 105
are currently registered for PhD.
19 PhD guides are associated with the Institute’s research center.
21 faculty members of the Institute have been awarded PhD in last 5 years.
3.1.2 What is the policy of the College to promote research culture in the College?
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The Institute has a policy to promote research culture. The details of the policy are as follows:
1. All the faculty members can be nominated and sponsored by the institute, for one international
conference/FDP, which will be held outside the country and two conferences/FDP (national or
international), which will be held in India during the academic year. The sponsorship includes
registration fees, travelling and dearness allowances which are borne by the institution.
2. The institute regularly organizes Conferences, Seminars, Faculty Development Programs, etc.
on the scheduled dates.
3. The Institute provides conducive set up for academic research work. It has a policy to provide
furnished cabins, free laptops, stationary items, internet connectivity, printing, photocopy, etc.
facilities to every faculty members so that they can freely work on their research projects.
4. The Institute has a policy to appoint a Faculty Coordinator for each research activities like
major research projects, summer internship projects, research methodology workshops, case
writing workshops, conferences, research paper contests, etc. These faculty coordinators play
their roles as catalysts in promoting the research activities.
5. The Institute has a policy of unlimited issue of books, journals, reports, etc. and free access to
online research data sources like Pro Quest to promote research culture so that the researcher
gets all the necessary information for the research work under taken.
6. The institute is a research centre and encourages faculty to pursue PhD. It also encourages
senior faculty members to register as research guides. The institute also provides special support
to research guides by assisting them in administrative work relating to their candidates.
7. The institute also has a dedicated research administrative cell which helps faculty members.
8. The institute finances faculty to undertake research projects.
9. The institute also helps faculty to apply for research projects.
10. The institute has a research committee to promote research.
11. The institute promotes dissemination of research by various publications like e-journal,
PIMR international journal, publication of books, case monographs, status paper, registration of
in-house cases on European Case Clearing House and listing of journal on international eresources like ProQuest, etc.
3.1.3 List details of 112rganized112t research areas and the areas of expertise available with
the College
The following list provides details of 112rganized112t research areas and the areas of expertise
available with the Institute.
S.
No.
Department
1.
Finance
2.
Economics
Name of the
Faculty
Dr. Yogeshwari
Phatak
Prioritised Research Areas
Areas of Expertise
Financial Services; Managerial
Creativity;
Service Quality and Risk management
Dr. R. K
Sharma
Foreign Trade, International Business, Rural
Marketing, Business and corporate Law
Finance and General
Management
International
Business and
Economics
Information
Technology
Applications and
General Management
Human Resource
3.
Systems
Dr. Alok Bansal
4.
Human
Dr. Anukool M.
E-Banking; Internet Advertising; Internet Stock
Trading; E-Marketing Strategies; Mobile
Banking; Organized and Unorganized Retail
Outlets; Telecom sector
Customer Satisfaction in Service Sector; Job
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Resource
Management
Hyde
5.
Marketing
Dr. Ajit
Upadhyaya
6.
Marketing
Dr. Vipin
Choudhary
7.
Finance
Dr. Sachin
Mittal
8.
Economics
Dr. Nitin
Tanted
9.
Finance
Dr. Kapil Arora
Satisfaction and Organizational Justice; Job
Satisfaction and Organization Climate; Service
Quality and Customer Satisfaction
Sales Growth; Consumer Preferences; Marketing
Practices; Customer Expectations and Perceptions
Service Quality; Effectiveness of M-Commerce
Applications in India
Consumer Perception; Women Entrepreneurship
Development; Adoption of CRM; Customers
Emotional Satisfaction
Personal Financial Planning, Health Insurance
Sector, Urban Cooperative Banking, Stock
Market Volatility, Financial Literacy
Foreign Direct Investment, Stock Exchange, FIIs,
Financial Risk Analysis, Mutual Fund
Performance Analysis, Financial Performance
Analysis, Credit Rating Agencies
Financial Performance of Banks in India;
Inflation and Long Term Investment Preferences;
Telecommunication Sustainability Quotient in
India; Corporate Social Responsibility Practices;
Risk Identification Model in Managing A Project;
Impact of Online Gaming on Development of
Indian Economy.
Management
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Economics and
Finance
Finance and
Operations
3.1.4 What are the proactive mechanisms adopted by the College to facilitate smooth
implementation of research schemes/projects?
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Advancing funds for sanctioned projects: The Institute gives advance funds in proper ratio
to the faculty coordinators of every sanctioned activity/project via Accounts department on
the basis of duly signed requisition slip.
Providing seed money: All the faculty members are sponsored for attending seminars,
conferences, quality initiative programmes and workshops twice in a year. The sponsorship
includes registration fees, Traveling and Dearness Allowance. Apart from this, funds are also
allocated for membership, online access and subscription to national and international
research journals and publications. The library also purchases updated research books and
publications. The institute also provides seed money for minor research projects.
Autonomy to the principal investigator/coordinator for utilizing overhead charges: Yes,
the Faculty Coordinators of any research activities are given autonomy in terms of flexible
teaching time, academic leaves, using Institute’s resources for this purpose and going in the
field for the research purpose. Financial flexibility is also provided to the faculty
coordinators.
Timely release of grants: Yes, the Faculty Coordinator and his/her team are given resources
well in time in terms of computers/laptops, Internet, staff assistance, stationary items, and
infrastructural resources by the Institute.
Timely auditing: Yes, the Institute is having a separate Accounts department that takes care
of timely auditing of every activity via appointed Auditor’s Team.
Submission of utilization certificate to the funding authorities: Yes, the Institute
facilitates submission of activity reports and utilization certificate to the funding authorities.
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3.1.5 How is interdisciplinary research promoted?
 Between/among different departments of the College: The Institute promote
interdisciplinary research among different departments by allocating interdisciplinary major
research topics to students and allowing faculty members of different departments to prepare
and submit common research papers/projects. The faculty members of different
specializations are guiding students on interdisciplinary topics of SIP, MRP, PhD, etc. The
faculty members also undertake interdisciplinary research projects, PhDs, research papers,
status papers, etc.
 Collaboration with national / international institutes / industries: The Institute
collaborates with other national institutes for exchange of research journals. The institute has
also signed MOU’s with international universities to facilitate learning and research
development. The institute has academicians from eminent institutions as part of its journal
editorial board both e-journal and international journal. The institute signs MOUs for Nmore
for promoting industry oriented research. The institute signed MOU with industry for
company specific research for example MOU with BSNL. The institute regularly conducts in
house training programs and provides consultancy to various businesses and industries which
helps in research. The institute develops cases on industry for enhancing teaching and
learning process. The research is mostly interdisciplinary in nature.
3.1.6 Enumerate the efforts of the College in attracting researchers of eminence to visit the
campus and interact with teachers and students?
The institute has invited many eminent personalities in the institute to interact with the faculty
and students community. For this different events for the students and faculties are organized
such as Faculty Development Programs, Research Methodology Workshops and national and
international conferences which have promoted the interaction of researchers with the teachers
and students. The institute has started a practice of inviting eminent faculty for institutions of
national prominence to teach entire course to its students. It also exposes the students and faculty
to academia and industry from abroad through video conferencing sessions held regularly. The
institute recognizes eminent academicians by inviting them as keynote speakers in its
conferences. PIMR Management Excellence award, PIMR Outstanding Researcher Award and
PIMR Lifetime Achievement award have been constituted to eminent academician. The institute
invites international faculty members of repute to conduct workshops, participate in FDP’s and
as facilitators of case writing workshop, research methodology workshop, and other faculty
development workshops.
3.1.7 What percentage of faculty has utilized sabbatical leave for research activities? How has
the provision contributed to the research quality and culture of the College?
The Institution grants sabbatical leave for research activities to all faculties for pursuing research
work. Besides, this leave can also be utilized for attending conferences, seminars, workshops and
other research related activities. Each faculty is eligible to avail 15 days as sabbatical leave per
year. This provision will enable the faculties to contribute various activities like research
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publications and attending conferences, completion of PhD. Approximately 85% faculty
members have utilized sabbatical leave.
3.1.8 Provide details of national and international conferences organized by the College
highlighting the names of eminent scientists/scholars who participated in these events.
The Institute regularly organizes International and National Conferences to provide a platform
for the academicians, researchers, industrialists and students to share their views on
contemporary management issues. Eight international conferences, eight national Conferences
and six National IT Conferences have been organized so far which have seen participation of Mr.
M. Maddah, Counsellor Commercial, Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran; Shri Vallabh
Bhansali, Chairman, Enam Securities Pvt. Ltd.; Prof Yashpal, Ex-Chairman, UGC; Prof.
Moolchand Sharma, Vice Chairman, UGC; Dr. Bakul Dholakia, Ex-Director, IIM, Ahmedabad;
Dr. N. Ravichandran, Director, IIM Indore; Dr. Krishnan Rishikesha T., Director, IIM Indore;
Mr. M. R. Sivaraman, I.A.S, Former Revenue Secretary, Govt. of India and Executive Director,
IMF, Advisor-U.N.S.C.; Mr. Ashank Desai, Cofounder Mastek Limited; Mr. K. Srikrishna,
Executive Director, National Entrepreneurship Network; Prof. Abad Ahmad, Ex-President of
AIMS and chairman of Agha Khan Foundation; Mr. Phanindra Sama, cofounder, redbus.in; Ms.
Priyanka Mittal, Director, KRBL India; Shri Thothathri Raman, Managing trustee of Standards
for Educational Advancement & Accreditation (SEAA); Dr. P. K. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, Devi
Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya, Indore; Prof. D. P. Singh, Vice Chancellor, Devi Ahilya Vishwa
Vidhyalaya, Indore; Dr. N. K. Mehta, Corp. Advisor-Sahara Next and Independent Director; and
Shri Anurag Srivastav, MD, MPSEDC, Bhopal as Chief Guests on these occasion.
3.1.9 College Initiatives in Transferring / Advocating the Relative Findings of Research of the
College and Elsewhere to the Students and the Community (Lab to Land)
The institute organizes national best PhD thesis contest every year so that it motivates the
contestants to share the knowledge generated in the PhD with the faculty members, students and
other members of the society. Apart from that the institute regularly organizes Jigyasa which is a
national students’ research paper contest that motivates the students to work and do research in
their respective fields. Senior faculty members from eminent academic institutes are invited to
judge the event. The institute publishes an international Journal which is also listed in
international online data source ‘Proquest’. Publication of Prestige Research Abstract, Status
Paper, Case Study Monograph and Students’ BFT Projects in the form of book, update the
students, faculties and outside world about the latest development taking place in the business
world. The institute regularly organizes national and international conferences where large
numbers of under graduate and post graduate students attend for acquiring knowledge about the
kind of research activities taking place in the different fields. During the conferences, the
institute releases the conference book which contains select papers of the conference as well as
Abhigyan and E-Gyan which are compilation of research paper abstracts. The institute has well
equipped library with large number of National and International Journals. The institute offers
outside membership to the research scholars so that they can access to the large database and
PhD theses which helps them to complete their research work. The institute’s journal is also
exchanged with journals of other institutions in India. The cases developed by the institute’s
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faculty members are registered on European Case Clearing House (ECCH) which is an
international body.
3.1.10 Give details on the faculty actively involved in research (Guiding student research,
leading research projects, engaged in individual or collaborative research activity etc.)
Prestige Institute of Management and Research is a recognized centre for guiding PhD. The
senior faculty members of the institute are recognized PhD guides and all the faculty members of
the institute are involved in guiding major research projects and summer training projects. Apart
from this the faculty members are regularly writing the research papers in leading journals. There
are 19 enrolled PhD guides at the research centre. There are 55 guides for MRP and summer
project, 14 Research Project Coordinators and faculties are actively involved in publishing
research papers in the journal of repute and books.
3.2 RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR RESEARCH
3.2.1 What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give details of major
heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual utilization for last four years.
A budget is planned in the beginning of the every academic year for all types of expenditure
including for regular academic and research activities. Total budget of Institute for research is
approximately 6% to 8%. The major heads of expenditure of research are on the conduction of
national and international conference, Journals, e-journals like Proquest, online databases,
purchase of software, subscription of E-Books, etc. to name a few. The Institute also provides
research funding for national conferences, international conferences, sending faculty for abroad
conferences, research workshops, etc. An effective monitoring system through research
committee ensures the optimal utilization of budget allocated. Percentage of the total budget
earmarked for research is given in the following table:
Year
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
Total Budget of the
college (Rs.)
71041452
60200234
47785708
47239501
31736433
Budget Earmarked
for research (Rs.)
5171873
3768144
3530834
3070178
2045549
% of Budget
Allocated
7.28%
6.26%
7.39%
6.50%
6.45%
The details of major heads of expenditure actually utilized for last five years are given in the
following table:
S.
No.
1
Major Head of Research
Activities
Conferences & Seminars
Expenditure
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
3148666
2509162
2080537
1363382
1354480
2
Faculty Development Exp.
691928
293375
129187
186336
168301
3
Lib. Journals Subscription
224200
226351
319905
220984
153502
4
Lib. E-Journals
447416
181650
354170
421455
70125
5
Computer Software
528905
483119
576602
821768
273234
6
PhD Expenses
130758
74487
70429
56253
25907
5171873
3768144
3530830
3070178
2045549
Total
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3.2.2 What are the financial provisions made in the College budget for supporting student
research projects?
The Institute makes available financial support to students for the following research related
activities:
1. The Institute encourages the student participating in Research Seminars/Workshops and
sponsoring them.
2. The Institute organizes Jigyasa a research paper contest for students at a national level. The
event is financed by the Institute. There is also a cash reward of Rs. 3000 for winners and Rs.
2000 for runners up.
3. The Institute extends all the facilities like use of Computers, WiFi facility, and access to
internet and Printers for the students of all programs for their research projects.
4. The Institute has purchased licensed research software SPSS 18.0 to support students in
research projects.
5. The Institute subscribes to ProQuest online data source which contains large number of ejournals for the purpose of students’ research projects.
6. The library and computer lab remain open from 9 am to 9 pm for access to various books and
equipments like computers, scanners and printers. The computers have internet access facilities.
All the libraries have adequate number of reference books and journals. The institute is also WiFi enabled so that students have access of internet on their laptops also.
7. The institute conducts workshops and certificate programs on Advanced MS Excel, SPSS and
Research Methodology to help students in research, which is funded by the institute.
8. The institute has published the research projects of foreign trade students in the form of a book
which is financed by the institute.
3.2.3 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to the faculty for research?
If so, specify the amount disbursed and the percentage of the faculty that has availed the
facility in the last four years?
Yes, the Institute has made provisions for providing seed money to the faculty for research. In
this the faculty attending the various programme are sponsored by the Institute and academic
leave is given. The details of funds allocated in the form of seed money to the faculty are as
follows:
Year
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
Particular
Faculty Development Expenditure A/C
Faculty Development Expenditure A/C
Faculty Development Expenditure A/C
Faculty Development Expenditure A/C
Faculty Development Expenditure A/C
Amount
691928
293375
129187
186336
168301
Besides this the institute has granted funds of Rs. 80000/- to faculty members for the purpose of
minor research projects completed in last five years.
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3.2.4. Are there any special efforts made by the College to encourage faculty to file for
patents? If so, provide details of patents filed and enumerate the sanctioned patents.
The Institute is continuously generating copyrights of journals and books published every year
during the national and international conferences. Following books were published in last six
international conferences:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Managing People, Process and Environment for Global Prosperity (2014)
Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices (2013)
Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World Economy (2012)
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation: Emerging Financial and Technological Trends
(2011)
5. Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation: Emerging Trends in HRM and Marketing (2011)
6. Managing in the New World Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business Development (2010)
7. Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices (2009)
Following books were published in last six national conferences:
1. Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth (2013)
2. IT Enabled Marketing Practices: Global Business Organizations (2012)
3. Information and Communication Technologies: Enhancing Business Competencies through
Innovative Practices (2011)
4. IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations (2010)
5. IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence (2009)
6. IT Enabled Practices and Emerging Management Paradigms (2008)
The Institute is also having copyrights of Prestige Research abstract and case monographs. The
institute faculty has also published books titled ‘Company Law and Secretarial Practices’ and
‘Management of FDI in Indian States’ for which they have copyrights. Faculty member also
have cases in European Case Clearing House (ECCH) for which they get royalty.
3.2.5 Provide the Following Details of Ongoing Research Projects (Major and Minor Projects)
List Ongoing Major and Minor Projects undertaken by the Institute are given below:
Major Research Project Applied to UGC
S. No
1
Project Title
Socio Economic Status of Tribal Women in MP
Faculty
Dr. Rupal Chowdhary
Cost
Rs. 1000000/-
Ongoing Minor Research Projects
S. No
1
Project Title
Technological Innovations: A Sectorial Study
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Theorizing Entrepreneurship: A Sectorial Study
Organizational Excellence through Vibrant HR Practices
CSR Practices in Indian Firms
Role of Women Entrepreneurship in Economic Development of MP
Public Perception towards Equity Market
E-Banking and Its Assessment
Emotional Intelligence Amongst Management Students
Effect of ERP on Organizational Effectiveness and Productivity
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Faculty
Dr. Alok Bansal and
Dr. Sukhjeet Matharu
Dr. Alok Bansal
Dr. Anukool Hyde
Dr. Sachin Mittal
Dr. Vipin Choudhary
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Prof. Bharati Motwani
Cost
Rs. 55000
Rs 45000
Rs. 26000
Rs. 72000/Rs. 53000/Rs. 49000/Rs. 25000/Rs. 29000/Rs. 41000/-
Applied Major Research Project to UGC/ICSSR*
S.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Project Title
Shopping Behavior of Customers in Organized and
Unorganized Retail Formats of Tier II cities in M.P.
Role of IT in Economic Development of Indore District
of M.P.
Marketing Strategies for Retails Market in Urban
Economy
An Empirical Study of Role of Regional Rural Bank for
Economic Upliftment of Weaker Sections
Study on Effect Of Emotional Intelligence on Academic
Stress and Mental Health with Reference to Students of
Professional Institute in M.P.
Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Economic Development
in the Liberalized Era – An Empirical Study of Two
Cities of M.P.
Innovative Marketing Strategies for Small and Medium
Enterprise Working in Indore Region
Faculty
Dr. Alok Bansal and Dr.
Vardhan Choubey
Dr. Alok Bansal
Dr. Ajit Upadhaya and
Mr. Manish Joshi
Dr. Swarnjeet Arora
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Dr. Sukhjeet Matahru
and Mr. Ravi Changle
Dr. Pragya Keshari and
Mr. Devendra Jain
* Applied to UGC/ICSSR
3.2.6 How many departments of the College have been recognized for their research activities
by national / international agencies (UGC-SAP, CAS, DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR,
etc.) and what is the quantum of assistance received? Mention any two significant outcomes or
breakthrough due to such recognition.
The institute does not received funding from government agencies as per norms. The institute
finances in-house projects. However, the Institute is associated with Association of Indian
Management Schools (AIMS), ISTE, ISTD, UGC and AICTE like Agencies for their research
activities. The assistance received from these agencies is as follows:
Year
Particulars
2008-09 Received from AICTE, F.No.01-04(Rio) (38) 2008-09
2008-09 Sanctioned from AICTE, F.No.01-04(FD) (308) 2007-08
Amount
75000
200000
3.2.7 List details of completed research projects undertaken by the College faculty in the last
four years and mention the details of grants received for such projects (funded by
Industry/National/International agencies)
List of completed research projects in the last four years is given below:
S.
No.
01.
02.
03.
Research Project
Coordinator/s
Project Garland
Knowledge Management
Management Research in India
Dr. Anukool Manish Hyde
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Dr. Alok Bansal
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Amount
(Funded By)
Rs. 85,000/- (Grasim, Nagda, MP)
Rs. 50, 000/- (PIMR)
Rs. 30,000/- (PIMR)
3.3 RESEARCH FACILITIES
3.3.1 What efforts are made by the College to keep pace with the infrastructure requirements
to facilitate Research? How and what strategies are evolved to meet the needs of researchers?
The Institute has a broad vision for promotion of research and there is continuous striving to
upgrade the faculty with the latest development of the subject and research. The institution has
adopted following multiple efforts for planning, upgrading and creating research facilities that
are evolved as strategies to meet the needs of researchers:
(a) Motivating faculty members to undertake current research in their respective field of interest /
subjects during in house research methodology workshops and conferences.
(b) Faculty members of all departments of the institute visit institutes of academic excellence
during conferences, workshops, FDPs, etc. and interact with their faculty members. This
interaction enables them to identify research areas that can be carried out in these colleges.
I Subscription of books, research journals and e-resources in respective subjects according to the
recommendation of the departments. This exposes faculty to the current research practices, the
methods/instruments/research facilities used by the knowledge community. PIMR is a member
of Proquest, inflibnet, EBSCO, etc. wherein faculty members and students can access research
journals in online mode. Access to research software and online research data sources make
research more experimental and realistic for the faculty and students.
(d) Library has separate reference sections for researchers. This section of the library is set only
for the display of research journals and for references by researchers. Here PhD theses are
available as ready reference for research scholars.
(e) Management of the Institute has a research committee to support research and to suggest
measures to enhance research among students and faculty for up gradation or creation of research
facilities. After the review and as per need, the management sanctions funds to create the facility.
The Institute offers UG & PG courses with all resources like laboratories, digital library and
computer lab especially for research and project works of the students. The R&D cell is
particularly available for guiding research activities to the students of the college. Internet
connectivity and Wi-Fi facility is also available for the students and faculty members to enable
them to review research works. Research programs like SPSS (18.0 version), MS Office 2007,
etc. are available.
(f) The Institute regularly organizes research methodology workshops, case writing workshops,
national and international conferences.
(g) The Institute conducts the session for students so that they can undertake the Major Research
Projects. Individual faculty mentors also guide the students in their research projects.
(h) The institute organizes Jigyasa a national student research paper contest to promote research
among students. The winner and runners up are awarded cash prize of Rs. 3000 and Rs. 2000
respectively.
(i) Students are encouraged to register for the national and international conferences organized
by the institute. Approximately 300 to 400 students are registering in these conferences in last
four years.
(j) Besides the institute also encourages students to contribute research papers in the conferences
and publishes selected research papers in the form of a book.
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(k) The institute comes out with research publications in the form of Prestige International
Journal of Management and Research, Prestige E-Journal, Status Papers, Prestige Research
Abstracts, Abhigyan, E-Gyan, Case Monographs, ECCH publications to name a few.
(l) Academic Forum activity of the Institute provides a regular platform to the faculty members
for updating themselves with latest knowledge, tool and techniques related to research and
business world.
(m) For circulation of the research work of students the Institute has published two books titled
‘Gravity’ and ‘Resonance of Research’ on Research Projects of BBA (Foreign Trade) students.
(n) The institute is a research centre and therefore actively supports its faculty research guides
and scholars. A relevant online and offline listing of research manuscripts, archives, rare books,
historical photographs, standard measuring scales and other primary sources for research are
available.
(o) The Institute provides Laptops to every faculty members free of cost and ensure
uninterrupted power supplied to all departments.
3.3.2 Does the College have an information resource centre to cater to the needs of
researchers? If yes, provide details on the facility.
The Institute has a well-established information resource centre in the form of library and
computer lab with good infrastructural facilities to enable researchers to review the literature and
thesis writing. The library provides the following facility to do research
 9199 Reference Books, 60 Magazines and 249 Journals, 16 News papers, 25
Monographs, etc.
 9444 Online journals and data sources like Proquest, Delnet, CMIE to name a few.
 Reprography facility
 Intranet and Wi-Fi facility, etc.
 691 CD’s
 1136 Bound Volume of Past Journals
 457 E-Books
 56 Ph.D Thesis
 2415 Major Research Projects, etc.
3.3.3 Does the College provide residential facilities (with computer and internet facilities) for
research scholars and faculty?
The institute has residential facilities with Wi-Fi facilities for international and outside faculty
members who visit the institute on various occasions. The institute has tie-ups with Sayaji Hotel,
Radisson Hotel for housing subject experts from time to time.
3.3.4 Does the College have a specialized research centre/ workstation to address challenges
of research programs? If yes, give details.
The Institute is university recognized research center for Ph.D. degree. To address challenges of
research programs following facilities are offered:
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Institute has research associates for research assistance.
PCs, Laptops, LCDs, Printer, Scanner, Photocopy facilities are provided.
Administrative support is also available to faculty members.
Essential and relevant software support and library facilities
Physical infrastructure (networks, servers, AV Equipment, system-related gadgets, etc.)
support on individual desktops/laptops, campus wide services such as email and central
file storage and key college management information and communication systems.
3.3.5 Does the College have research facilities (centre, etc.) of regional, national and
international recognition/repute? Give a brief description of how these facilities are made use
of by researchers from other laboratories.
The Institute is a PhD research centre of DAVV. It has currently 105 registered research scholars
out of which 97 are from outside the Institute. 19 Research guides are currently enrolled with the
Institute, out of which 12 are from other educational institutes. 43 Scholars have been awarded
PhD degrees out of which 29 are from other institutes. Besides this our faculties are also
recognized PhD guides for other universities.
The institute is liberal in providing research facilities to scholars/students of outside the campus.
The institute research centre publishes its research papers in books, case monographs, status
papers, e-journals and international journals. The international journal is listed on ProQuest and
Cases are available on ECCH. The research facilities range from library referencing to usage of
computer laboratories. Usually, a formal application is made to the head of the institution and
accordingly permission is granted. This is conveyed to the concerned department heads. All
these departments have efficient supervisors who provide all round support and coordination to
research activities. The Library is accessible through OPAC software for faculty and students.
The WI-FI facility in the institute premises continues to attract users to bring in their laptops to
have seamless access to print and electronic resources.
3.4 RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS
3.4.1 Highlight the major research achievements of the College through the following:
 Major papers presented in regional, national and international conferences: The
Institute encourages and facilitates faculty members to make research paper presentations
and publications of their research works in regional, national and international conferences.
Some of these are:
 Alok Bansal & Vardhan Choubey (2013). Dimensions Affecting Shopping Behavior of Retail Customers in
Tier-two Cities. Anvesha–Journal of Management (ISSN 0974-5467), published by Indian Education
Society’s Management College and Research Centre, Mumbai. Vol. 6 (2), pp. 40-54.April-June.
 Anukool Manish Hyde & Deepak Yadav (2013). A Study of OCTAPACE Culture and Job Satisfaction of
Employees in Health Sector. Pratibimba (ISSN 0972-5466)-The Journal of IMIS, Bhubaneswar,Vol. 13,
Issue 1, January-June, pp. 65-72.
 Somendra Pant, Abha Chatterjee and Deepak Jaroliya (2012). E-HRM Systems Implementation: A
Conceptual Framework. Indore Management Journal (IIM, Indore), Vol. 4 Issue 1, pp 24-35.
 Rupal Chowdhary, Shubhangi Jore, Vibha Sahu and Raksha Thakur (2013). Exchange Rate and Trade
Balance Relationship in India: An Application of Marshall Lerner Condition. Review of Professional
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Management. 11 (2), pp 21- 32.ISSN: 0972-8686, listed in Ulrich Periodical Directory by Pro Quest, USA.
 Swaranjeet Arora & Rajendra Jain (2013). Customer Preferences in Mobile Telephony – A Comparative
Study. ARASH A journal of ISMDR (Listed in Cabell’s Directory, USA and Ulrich’s Periodical, USA).
3(1), January- July 2013. [(ISSN 2231-2072); pp. 63-68.
 Sachin Mittal & Rajnish Jain (2012). IT Enabled Services and Customer Satisfaction in Indian Banking. In
Intensity, International Journal of Applied Social Science Research (ISSN: 2319- 8516) pp. 19-24.
 Dwivedi Punit Kumar & Sharma, Dinesh (2011). Inclusive Growth: Role of Rural Banks in Rural
Development. SDCM Journal of Management (Issue-III, ISSN 0976-6596) Listed in Ulrich’s periodicals
Directory, ProQuest USA.
 Publication per faculty: Faculty members have published research works in various
national and international journals. Notable among the innovations of the faculty members
are available in Marketing, Finance, HRM, General Management, Information Technology
Applications, and Economics areas. Faculty members published 275 Papers in Journals, 324
Chapters in Books, 3 Monographs, 35 Edited Books, 10 Books, 25 Status Papers, etc. in
recent four years.
 Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals: Many
Senior faculty members of the Institute are serving on the editorial/review boards of national
and international journals/books. Some of these are:
 Dr. Sachin Mittal is serving in editorial board of Intensity, International Journal of Applied Social Science
Research.
 Dr. Alok Bansal is served in the editorial review board of AIMS International Journal of Management
(AIJM).
 Dr. Deepak Jaroliya is a Member on the review panel of Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited.
 Dr. Rupal Chowdhary is a reviewer of Mcmillan Publisher, New Delhi for the books of Economics.
 Dr. Punit K. Dwivedi is Associate Editor of APJMER (Asia Pacific Journal of Management &
Entrepreneurship Research)
 Faculty members on the organization committees of international conferences,
recognized by reputed organizations / societies: Some faculty members of the Institute are
served as members of the Institute on the organization committees of international
conferences, recognized by reputed organizations/societies like AIMS International, All India
Management Association (AIMA), Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), Indore
Management Association (IMA), Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD),
Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE), etc.
3.4.2 Does the College publish research journal(s)? If yes, indicate the composition of the
editorial board, publication policies and whether it is listed in international database?
Yes, the Institute publishes an International journal in the name of Prestige International Journal
of Management & Research i.e. PIJMR. PIJMR is a refereed biannual journal, which aims to
promote and encourage research in varied disciplines of management. PIJMR invites original
contributions in the form of research papers, case studies and book reviews related to finance,
economics, Human Resource Management/Organizational behavior, Informational Technology,
Marketing, Strategic management, International business, operations management and other area
of management. Contributions are related to current issues prevailing at the individual level,
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public organizational level, or in the society or International level. PIJMR follows a systematic
Policy.
Publication Policy
The research article submitted goes to pre-review screening by the Editorial Board. The article
which is found to be appropriate is only forwarded for blind review to the subject expert. During
the review process the contributors may be asked to amend and resubmit the research article as
per the comment of the expert or reviewer. The other policy highlights are as follows:
Publication Frequency: Bi Annual
Print ISSN: 0974-6080 (Print version)
Subject Category: Management
Published by: Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak for PIMR, Indore
Periodicity: January- June, July- December
International Database Status: ProQuest and Applied in EBSCO
Composition of the Editorial Board
Editor: Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak
Managing Editor: Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Associate Editor: Dr. Shubhangi Jore
Editorial Advisory Board
1. Dr. Abad Ahmed, Former Professor, Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi, Delhi – 110 007
2. Dr. Abdur Rab, Professor, BRAC, Dhaka – 1000, Bangladesh
3. Prof. Dr. Benhard Wilpert, Technische Universitate, Berlin, STU Berlin, Sekr, DO 303, Institute for
Psychology, Dovestra BE 1-5, 10587, Berlin
4. Dr. Gary N. McLean, AHRD International Board liason and past President, Professor and Cordinator,
HRD Program, University of Minnesota, 1954, Buford Ave-suite, 420, St. Paul, MN 55108, USA
5. Dr. Khwaja Amjad Saeed, Former Pro Vice-Chancellor, Founder Director, Institute of Business
Administration, University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
6. Prof. Millan Zeleney, Former Director, Indian Institute of Management, Vastrapur, Ahmadabad – 380
015.
7. Dr. Pradip N. Khandwalla, Former Director, Indian Institute of Management, Vastrapur, Ahmadabad
– 380 015.
8. Dr. Sushil, Professor, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz
Khas, New Delhi – 110 016
The Papers/Articles published in PIJMR are indexed and abstracted in:
1. Proquest online data source.
2. The Indian Psychological Abstracts and Reviews, published by Sage for Indian Council of Social
Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi
3. Guide to Indian Periodical Literature, Published by Indian Documentation Service, Gurgaon, Haryana
4. South Asian Economic Abstracts (Electronic/Print Edition)
5. South Asian Management Abstracts (Electronic/Print Edition)
6. Index of South Asian Economic Journals (Electronic/Print Edition)
7. Index of South Asian Management Journals (Electronic/Print Edition)
8. Manuscripts are accepted for publication on the understanding that they are subject to Editorial
Revisions. Proofs will not be send to the authors
9. Prestige Research Abstracts.
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3.4.3 Give details of publications by the faculty:
Our faculty members have published research papers in Conference proceedings, Journals,
Magazines, ECCH, and Books. The details are given below:
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275 number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
28 Monographs and Status papers
324 Chapters in Books
35 Edited Books
10 Books with ISBN numbers
 10 Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities
International Complete, Dare Database – International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.)
3.4.4 Indicate the average number of successful M.Phil. and Ph.D. scholars guided per
faculty.
The Institute being a recognized research centre of the University, the following scholars have
been awarded Ph.D. degree during last five years:
S.
No.
1
Guide wise List of Successful PhD Scholars in Last Five Years
Year of
Name of Scholar
Remark (if any)
Name of Guide
Award
27-04-2013
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak Devagya Muchhal
Deepak Agrawal
submitted and viva awaited
Charu Dubey
submitted and viva awaited
Shuchi Sharma
submitted and viva awaited
2
Dr. Upinder Dhar
Ashwini Sharma
Rajesh Jangalwa
Anupam Tiwari
Ravi Gupta
Sapna Parashar
22/11/2012
17/05/2012
27/01/2011
12-08-2010
2009
3
Dr. Santosh Dhar
Mandip Gill
Saurabhi Chaturvedi
14/07/2011
2009
4
Dr. I.C. Gupta
Asim Dutta Gupta
Vishal Khasgiwal
Praveen Kumar Srivastava
Kalpana Agrawal
31/12/2011
20/04/2011
30/12/2010
08/12/2010
5
Dr. Rajendra Jain
Suman Singh Chouhan Unmesh Mandloi
Swaranjeet Arora
Sonal Gupta
10-05-2013
10-08-2012
17/05/2012
April 2012
6
Dr. Alok Bansal
Rakshita Puranik
Vardhan Choubey
Vanita Joshi
Kalpana Agrawal
Manish Pundlik
25-03-2013
15/12/2012
18/09/2011
08/12/2010
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Co-guide
submitted and viva awaited
7.
Dr. Anukool Hyde
Suyash Jhawar
submitted and viva awaited
Barkha Gupta
Upendra Singh Panwar
Inderpreet Gandhi
submitted and viva awaited
submitted and viva awaited
submitted and viva awaited
3.4.5 What is the stated policy of the College to check malpractices and misconduct in
research?
The Institute has code of ethics for research (respect for Intellectual Property Rights of individual
and Institutions). The Institute is a research centre of DAVV and strictly follows DAVV norms
for Ph.D. In case of Journals the blind review of journals and e-journals ensures impartiality and
check on mal practices. In case of book published in conferences a written undertaking is taken
from each of the author that the work is genuine and original.
3.4.6 Does the College promote interdisciplinary research? If yes, how many inter
departmental / inter disciplinary research projects have been undertaken and mention the
number of departments involved in such an endeavour.
Yes, PIMR promotes interdisciplinary research. Since, PIMR is an established research centre,
research scholars from diversified expertise area are registered under recognized Ph.D Guides.
The guides are encouraged to undertake research scholars to accomplish their Ph.D. in
interdisciplinary area. Not only the faculty members are encouraged to undertake research
scholars from interdisciplinary area but they are also promoted to undertake the research projects
of students with varied fields of expertise and interests. The Major Research Projects of students
of BCA, BFT, BBA, MBA are assigned proportionately to the faculty mentors of different
specializations so as to have interdisciplinary projects and publications in respective areas.
Faculty also does research on interdisciplinary areas. Institute finance projects on
interdisciplinary research. Number of interdisciplinary PhD undertaken were 12, number of
interdisciplinary research papers published were 313 and number of interdisciplinary students’
major research projects were 76 in last five years.
3.4.7 Mention the research awards instituted by the College.
The institution extends full support for the professional development of the faculty. The
institution’s environment is so conducive to encourage the faculty to give their best in terms of
teaching styles and research contributions. Faculties are encouraged by giving best teacher
award, best Ph.D. thesis award during international conferences held every year. Students are
encouraged by giving best research paper award in their national research paper contest Jigyasa.
For Jigyasa cash prize of Rs. 3000 for winner and Rs. 2000 for runner up is installed.
3.4.8 Provide details of
 research awards received by the faculty
 recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies
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The faculty members have received various research awards. The details are following:
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Prof. Suyash Jhawar won Best Research Paper Award for the paper entitled ‘Consumer Perception
towards Usage of Plastic Bags: An Empirical Study’ in International Conference on ‘Innovative
Business Strategies’, Symbiosis Institute of Management (SIBM), Symbiosis International
University, Pune on March 28-29, 2014.
Prof. Rajeev Bhatnagar won ‘National Competition for Young Managers (NCYM, Western Zone)
conducted by All India Management Association, New Delhi.
Best Research Paper Award was conferred to Dr. Alok Bansal for the paper entitled ‘An Evaluation
of Computer Self-Efficacy among B-School Students’ in 12th Nirma International Conference on
Management, Institute of Management, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, January, 2009.
Distinguished Service Award of AIMS International during Annual International Conference on
Management, Indian Business Academy, Greater Noida, December, 2008.
Best Research paper award was conferred on Mr. Nitin Tanted during the Doctoral Thesis conference
held at ICFAI, Hyderabad from February 8-9, 2008.
Best Research paper award was conferred on Mr. Arun B. K. during the NICOM International
conference held at Nirma Institute of Management and Research, Ahmedabad, January 9-11, 2008.
Best Research Paper Awarded at the 2nd International Conference on Humanities, Geography and
Economics (2nd ICHGE’2012) Held on April 28-29, 2012 in Singapore (ISBN 978-81-922428-8-8).
Best Research paper award was conferred on Mr. Arun B. K. during the NICOM International
conference held at Nirma Institute of Management, Ahmedabad from January 4-6, 2007.
The Institute has received various national awards. The details are following:
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Business Chronicle Magazine awarded Certificate of Excellence to the Prestige Institute of
Management and Research in the year 2014.
Indore Management association has conferred Certificate of Honour to the Prestige Institute of
Management and Research in the year 2013.
MBA by Choice Magazine awarded Certificate of Excellence to the Prestige Institute of Management
and Research in the year 2012-13.
The Institute is awarded the E-India Award for 2012 by the Digital learning in the category ICT
enabled higher education award held at Hyderabad on 15th -16th Nov, 2012.
The Institute is awarded the Shiksha Ratna Award for Best Faculty in M P held at the State Education
Summit Expo 2012 organised by Digital learning on 19th Dec 2012.
The institute is privilege recipient of Devang Mehta Award 2009, 2010 and 2011. These awards were
conferred to the Institute for its excellence and contribution to management education and its
impeccable contribution to the society.
The Institute has instituted Best Teacher Award since the year 2008 for recognizing and
acknowledging the faculty members for their quality contribution to academia. The recipients of
best faculty awards are following:
Year
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
Recipients
Dr Sachin Mittal
Prof. Nidhi Sharma
Dr. Shukhjeet Kaur Matharu
Ms. Raksha Chouhan
Dr. Anukool M. Hyde
Mr. Nitin Merh
Confirmation on
Seventh PIMR International Conference held on Jan 30-31, 2013.
Sixth PIMR International Conference held on Feb 11-12, 2012
Fifth PIMR International Conference held on Jan 30-31, 2011.
Fourth PIMR International Conference held on Jan 30-31, 2010
Third PIMR International Conference held on Feb 7-8, 2009
Second PIMR International Conference held on Jan 30-31, 2008.
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The PIMR Fraternity Award is also given to those faculty members who have completed there
10 years of Service with the institute. The award is extended in recognition to the constant
support and efforts of the faculty members towards the growth of the institute. Till now PIMR
Fraternity Award was conferred to the following faculty members:
Year
2009
2008
2007
Recipients
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Prof. Bhavna Sharma
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak
Confirmation on
Third PIMR International Conference held on January 30-31, 2009
Second PIMR International Conference held on January 30-31, 2008.
First PIMR International Conference held on January 30-31, 2007.
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies are as
follows:
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Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak is on Evaluation Panel of Ph.D. Thesis of Ganpat University, Bharti Vidya
Peeth University, University of Pune, SNDT Women’s University, Santacruz (W), Utkal University,
Bhubaneshwar in 2011, 2012.
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak is Research Editor: Asia-Pacific Who’s Who
Dr. Alok Bansal is invited to organize research methodology workshops by various institutes
including Mahankal Institute of Management, Ujjain, Maharaja Ranjit Singh College, Indore,
Sanghavi Institute of Management and Science, Indore, Altius Institute of Management, Indore, etc.
in the academic year 2013-14.
Dr. Alok Bansal worked as Session Chairman of Technical Session entitled ‘Customer Relationship
Management’ during Fifth AIMS International conference on ‘Technology & Management’, IBS,
Hyderabad, Dec. 27–30, 2007. Also worked as a Zonal Coordinator for AIMS International Summer
Internship Competition organized by AIMS International during Nov-Dec 2007.
Dr. A. M. Hyde is an approved project guide for IGNOU (M.B.A. Programme).
Dr. A. M. Hyde is a reviewer for Apeejay Journal of Management and Technology, Chandigarh.
Dr. Sachin Mittal served as an Editor, Intensity: International Journal of Applied Social Science
Research (ISSN: 2319-8516) published by Center for Applied Social Science Research (CASSR).
Dr. Nitin Tanted is designated as Financial Education Resource Person by Security Exchange Board
of India (SEBI) and Institute and cost work accountant of India (ICWAI) for Conducting Financial
Education and awareness programs in M.P. and C.G. Region.
Dr. Nitin Tanted is designated as CPE Resource Person by National Institute of Securities Market for
conducting Mutual Funds training programs.
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya is a Member on the review panel of Tata McGraw Hill Education Private
Limited.
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora worked as Reviewer for Journal of Management Development, Asia-Pacific
Finance and Accounting Review, International Journal of Management and Technology, and IRC’s
International Journal of Multidisciplinary research in Social & Management Sciences.
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora worked as Editor of Journal of Engineering, Computers and Applied Sciences,
International Journal of Management, Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship
Research, APJMER, International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences
IJARMSS, Greenfield Advanced Research Publishing House.
Dr. Rupal Chowdhary is a reviewer for Mcmillan publishers, New Delhi for the Economics books.
Dr. Manisha Singhai worked as Chairperson of Indian Society for Training and Development, Indore
Chapter for the session 2012-2013.
Dr. Manisha Singhai worked as Ph.D. Guide of ITM University, Raipur and Pacific University,
Udaipur
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Dr. Kalpna Agrawal worked as Associate Editor of Appeejay Journal of Entrepreneurship and
Management and International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research.
Dr. Kalpna Agrawal worked as Editorial Board Member of Transstellar Journal Publications and
Research Consultancy which has branch in Singapore, Quatar, etc.
Dr. Punit Kumar Dwivedi worked as Editorial Advisory Board Member of Asia Pacific Journal of
Management & Entrepreneurship Research (APJMER), PES Business Review, Bengaluru, India, AE
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, International Journal of Financial Management
(IJFM), International Journal of Marketing and Business Communication (IJMBC), CLEARInternational Journal of Research in Commerce & Management (IJRCM), Blue Ocean International
Journal (BORJ- Journals), India.
Dr. Nishant Joshi served as Keynote Speaker in Inaugural of First International Conference on
Humanities, Geography and Economics (ICHGE’2012) Held on March 17-18, 2012 in Bangkok,
Thailand.
Dr. Nishant Joshi was Session Chair 2nd International Conference on Humanities Economics and
Geography, Singapore on April 2012.
Dr. Ajit Upadhyay has given Radio-talk show on “Multi media ke doorgami parinam” on all India
radio Indore and on “Upbhokta badi sanskriti par pashchatya sabhyata ka prabhav” on all India radio
Bhopal.
Dr. Ajit Upadhyay has given twenty minutes radio talk during songs intervals relayed by BIG FM
92.7 on “managerial learning from Lord Ganesha.
Dr. Vinod K. Mishra has given Radio Talks on ‘Youth, Education and Values’ on 4 th June 2013 and
on ‘Ethics in Society, Education and Role of Teacher’ on June 11, 2013 at Radio Philippines, Manila;
Hindi Service.
3.4.9 State the incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and international
recognitions for research contributions.
The Institute encourages the faculty members to contribute, participate, and present their
research works at State, National, and International fronts. There is a policy of sanctioning
Academic Leaves for attending conferences, in India and abroad besides sponsoring registration
fees, TA, DA, Conveyance, etc. The Institute has constituted National Best PhD Thesis Award.
Institute gives weightage to faculty research contribution in the faculty appraisal done every
year. A full time faculty member is required to attend two national and one international
conference in an academic year provided that his/her paper has been accepted for presentation.
3.5 CONSULTANCY
3.5.1 What is the stated policy of the College for structured consultancy? List a few important
consultancy services undertaken by the College.
The institute promotes and monitors creation of new knowledge in an ethical and evidence-based
research environment which is disseminated through publications, structured consultancy and
research to meet the emerging social and dynamic needs of industries. The institute has a faculty
coordinator to look after consultancy, MDP’s and EDP’s. This activity is supported by placement
cell. The institute comes out with a MDP Brochure for the entire year. Other than this institute
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have norms for sharing of consultancy and MDP’s between institute and faculty which is 70:30
ratio. Few important consultancy services undertaken by the Institute are as follows:
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Consultancy on sales and communication problems is provided to Indian Postal Department of MP.
Software consultancy is provided to Ruchisham Transport for Transportation and Logistics
Management Application.
Software consultancy is provided to M/s V. S. Kapse for NAN Procurement Application.
Software consultancy is provided to M/s Rambabu Ke Paranthe for MIS of Restaurant.
Software consultancy is provided to Firstman Software Solutions for MIS of Coaching Institute.
Software consultancy is provided to Krishna Food Products for Application for Human Resource
Management System.
Software consultancy is provided to Sai Handicraft Industries for Information Retrieval Sytem for
Production Department.
Software consultancy is provided to R.O. Chilled Water for MIS for delivery system of R.O. Water.
Software consultancy is provided to Shyam Electric Works for Invoicing of Electrical Company.
Software consultancy is provided to Trivedi Road Lines for Integrated Application of Transport and
Sales Management System.
Software consultancy is provided to Tirupati Overseas for Invoicing and Generation of VAT report of
Export Unit.
Software consultancy is provided to Rebirth Fitness Studio for MIS for Fitness Studio
Software consultancy is provided to Innovative Project Engineers for Attendance Management
Information System.
Consultancy on Business Applications of Advance MS Excel 2007 is provided to Man Force Trucks
Pvt. Ltd., Pitumpur.
Consultancy on Business Applications of Advance MS Excel 2007 is provided to Indira Securities
Pvt. Ltd., Indore.
Consultancy on behavioural and functional issues is provided to Rustumji Arms Police Training
College, Indore.
Consultancy on the Credit Rating Analysis is provided to Prestige Feeds Mills Ltd.
3.5.2 Does the College have College-Industry Cell? If yes, what is its scope and range of
activities?
Yes, the Institute has training and placement cell which is looking after “Industry Institute
Interaction”. This cell has tie-ups with industries for industrial visits, OJTs, summer training,
MRPs, final placements, MDP’s, Consultancy, etc. Besides this the placement cell is headed by a
faculty coordinator to ensure institute industry interface. The scope of this cell includes:
1. Collaborating with corporate for providing academic input to students by way of Extra Mural
Lectures.
2. Collaborating with corporate for students’ Summer Internship Projects.
3. Collaborating with corporate for students’ OJT’s.
4. Collaborating with corporate for students’ final placements.
5. Collaborating with corporate for finalizing Advisory Cell
6. Inviting Corporate as guests for various events like conferences, seminars, competitions, etc.
7. Inviting outstanding corporate personnel’s for awarding them in international conference. These
awards are Outstanding Alumnus Award, Young Entrepreneur Award, Social Entrepreneur
Award, Management Excellence Award, Life Time Achievement Award, etc.
8. Preparing a MDP Calendars.
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9. Coordinating with industry for consultancy, MDP’s etc.
10. Getting inputs and feedback from corporate for student development.
11. Arranging industrial visits at national and international level.
12. Arranging companies for case development.
3.5.3 What is the mode of publicizing the expertise of the College for consultancy services?
Mention the departments from whom consultancy was sought.
Prestige Institute of Management & Research is also committed to help the organizations by
providing management consultancy in various areas of management. The Institute helps the
management in analyzing their existing organizational problem and develops plans for
improvements. The Institute prints a schedule for executive development program, management
development program and for consultancy every year. The program schedule is sent to leading
business houses of the country. It is also made known through alumni of the institute who are
placed in several companies around the district. We offer consultancy services in following area:
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Human Resource
Employee rewards and incentive programs.
Talent Management
Change Management
Employee Attitudes Surveys
Employee Engagement Surveys
Cultural Development
Finance
 Financial forecasting and planning
 Business planning – constructing plans and
critically reviewing existing plans
 Project Reports and Credit Appraisal
 Financial controls and systems development
 Cost Analysis and Cost Control Techniques
3. Marketing
 Sales and Channel Effectiveness
 Customer Loyalty
 Marketing & Brand Strategy
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4. Economics
 Understanding The changing Economic
Environment
 Micro Analytics for Management
 Forex Management
 Demand Estimation and Forecasting and
Market Data Analysis.
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Information Technology
IT enabled business strategies
Knowledge Management using IT platform
Digital and Social Media Marketing
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IT application design using Adv.MS Excel
and MS Project
IT Project Management
3.5.4 How does the College encourage the faculty to utilise the expertise for consultancy
services?
The Institute makes every effort to encourage the faculty for utilization of all human
resources, intellectuals and available facilities in the campus to promote liaison with
Industries/companies so as to fortify the ties between the two in a very flexible manner by
which the consultancy services gets a boost.
The institute has a clear policy on sharing between faculty and institute with regard to
industry consultancy. The ratio of share between faculty and institute is 70:30. Faculty
members who are able to attract consultancy are facilitated by reducing teaching load as well
as other institute building activities.
3.5.5 List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the College and the
revenue generated during the last four years.
The Institute offers consultancy in the areas of Finance, Marketing, HRM, General Management,
IT/Systems, Economics, and Education. The list of broad areas of consultancy services provided
by the Institute and the revenue generated is given below:
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2
3
4
5
Faculty Member
Faculty Members of
HR and Marketing
Dr. Sachin Mittal and
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Dr. Sachin Mittal and
Dr. Alok Bansal
Mix Group of Faculty
Members
Dr. Alok Bansal,
Dr. Sachin Mittal and
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Title of Consultancy (Year)
Sales and Communication Problems (2014)
The Credit Rating Analysis (2014)
IT applications using Adv.MS Excel
Behavioural and Functional Issues
Business Applications using Advanced MS
Excel 2007
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Prof. Bharti Motwani
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8
Prof. Bharti Motwani
Prof. Bharti Motwani
Transportation and Logistics Management
Application (2011-12)
NAN Procurement Application (2011-12)
MIS for Restaurant (2011-12)
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Prof. Bharti Motwani
MIS for Coaching Institute (2011-12)
10
Prof. Bharti Motwani
11
Prof. Bharti Motwani
12
13
Prof. Bharti Motwani
Prof. Bharti Motwani
14
Prof. Bharti Motwani
15
Prof. Bharti Motwani
16
Prof. Bharti Motwani
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Prof. Bharti Motwani
Application for Human Resource Management
System (2013-14)
Information Retrieval Sytem for Production
Department (2013-14)
MIS for delivery system of R.O.Water(2013-14)
Invoicing of Electrical Company
Integrated Application of Transport and Sales
Management System (2013-14)
Invoicing and Generation of VAT report of
Export Unit (2013-14)
MIS for Fitness Studio (2013-14)
Attendance Management Information System
(2013-14)
Company
Revenue
Indian Postal
Department of MP.
Prestige Feeds Mills
Ltd.
Man Force Trucks Ltd.,
Pitumpur
Rustumji Arms Police
Training College, Indore
Indira Securities Pvt.
Ltd., Indore
100000
200000
59000
48000
18000
Ruchisham Transport
5000
M/s V. S. Kapse
Rambabu Ke Paranthe
Firstman Software
Solutions
5000
5000
Krishna Food Products
6000
Sai Handicraft Industries
5000
R.O. Chilled Water
Shyam Electric Works
5000
5000
Trivedi RoadLines
5000
Tirupati Overseas
10000
7500
Rebirth Fitness Studio
Innovative Project
Engineers
5000
5000
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3.6 EXTENSION ACTIVITIES & INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
(ISR)
3.6.1 How does the College sensitize the faculty and students on Institutional Social
Responsibilities? List the social outreach programmes which have created an impact on
students’ campus experience.
The institute has a Rotract club called PIMR Rotract Club which is registered with Rotary
International. The institute also has NSS Chapter and Human Resource Development club.
On these platforms a wide number of activities are organized for students and faculties like
seminars on important issues such as AIDS awareness, female feticide, environmental
protection, and cervical cancer; conduction of camps for clothes donation, blood donation
and eye checkup in connection with the local health units and hospitals and tree plantation
activities. Fund raising activities are also conducted and funds so raised are donated to
orphanages, old age homes, schools for underprivileged children, laptops for teaching deaf
children, hearing aid for deaf and dumb children, etc.
3.6.2 How does the College promote College-neighborhood network and student
engagement, contributing to holistic development of students and sustained community
development?
The institute promotes institution neighborhood network through Holistic Center, Rotract
Club and NSS which allows faculty as well as students to pursue activities for community
development.
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To inculcate holistic and humanistic perspective in students, a Holistic Management Cell was
established on 19th November 2005 and on the occasion Institute organized a National Seminar on
Holistic Management on Indian vs. western ethos. Since then the talks of spiritual scholars,
lectures of eminent persons, session on meditation, yoga workshops, seminars, holistic activities,
events and workshops for students, faculties and employees are 133rganized regularly.
The Institute has established NSS Self Finance Unit on 14th January 2014. From its very first year
of beginning PIMR NSS UNIT got 110 volunteers in middle of the session. As per the
fundamental principles of National Service Scheme, a volunteer is expected to remain in constant
touch with the community.
Rotary International has given Charter to install Rotaract Club in the Institute to provide
opportunity to the students of PIMR to serve the society in general and weaker sections in
particular and carry out programs to maintain the ecological balance.
The Institute has made social project compulsory for students of MBA (PA).
3.6.3 How does the College promote the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other National/ International
agencies?
The faculty members are nominated by the Institute as Programme Officers in NSS and
Faculty Coordinators for Rotract Club and Holistic Cell. They plan activities to be undertaken
for the year as per the prepared time table. The outreach programs of the college aim at
community development and sensitization of the community towards social responsibilities.
Thus, students and faculty members are motivated to take initiatives in community services.
The management supports these activities. Some of these activities are as follows:
 The Institute organizes Blood Donation Camp every year with M. Y. Hospital Blood
Bank
 Tree Plantation, Eye Check Up Camp, Dental Check Up Camp, etc. Are organizing
regularly by the Institute.
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Every year, some teachers and students visit old age home, orphanage where they interact
with the elderly inmates.
3.6.4 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any) undertaken by the
College to ensure social justice and empower the under-privileged and most vulnerable
sections of society?
The following faculty research works are undertaken in the Institute on social issues:
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“Indian Holistic Management Approach: A Gateway to Global Leadership and Corporate
Governance” PhD by Mr. Jaswant Singh Pangaria
“Estimating Asymptotic Limit of Consumption and Threshold Level by Income: Micro and
Macro Econometric Applications with Futuristic Approach” PhD by Dr. Shubhangi Jore
“Socio-Economic Status of Tribal Women in MP” Major Research Project is applied to UGC by
Dr. Rupal Choudhary
The following students’ projects are undertaken in the Institute on the basis of social surveys:
Social Survey Projects undertaken in the academic year 2012-13 are:
1. Survey of Mahila Utkarsh Kendra
2. Survey for Computer Literacy to Slum Children
3. Survey of Rotary Paul Harris School and Paritrapti social welfare society
4. Survey of Aastha Vradha Ashram
Social Survey Projects undertaken in the academic year 2013-14 are:
1. Survey of Maa Kankeshwari Old age Home
2. Survey of Shradhanand Bal Aashram
3. Awareness on Drinking Water Service
4. Social Activities and Free Drinking Water Facilities
5. Slum and Street Children Upliftment
6. Survey of Mahesh Girls Hostel for Slums
7. Survey of Traffic Awareness
8. Aiming for Awareness of Children and Women in Slum Area
9. Teaching of Mental Students at Rotary Paul Harris School, Indore
The following extension works are undertaken by the Institute:
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Under the ages of PIMR Rotaract club, the members organize the rally on 25th December 2012 to
raise a voice against injustice towards women (Delhi girl rape case). On the occasion of youth day
the members took a pledge to fulfill their responsibilities and duties towards the humanity in
general and towards the women in particular on 18th January 2013. The Institute is always
donating funds to Deaf and Dumb School, Orphanage, etc. to empower them.
Under the ages of NSS, the Institute organizes several social programs to make students aware for
social services. PIMR NSS Unit has organized Blood Donation Camp on International Women’s
Day, on March 8th 2014. On this occasion the faculty members, staff Members NSS Volunteer
and the students of the institute donated blood. Total 154 units of Blood donated will be given to
M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank.
Under the ages of Holistic Cell a nationwide entry-free event, “Yogathon”; a competition of
Surya Namaskar organised on 7th of March 2012, at PIMR, Indore. This event has been initiated
towards building a “Healthier India for Today and Tomorrow”. The benefit of Yoga practice
creates a difference in the minds and bodies of people and to channelize the youth’s energy and
inculcate practices that will keep them healthy in mind, body and spirit.
3.6.5 Give details of awards / recognition received by the College for extension activities /
community development work.
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The following recognitions are received by the Institute for extension activities and
community development works:
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The PIMR Rotaract Club was adjudged as the Best Rotaract Club of the Rotary District 3040 for
the year 2004-05. In 2012 PIMR Rotaract Club is recognized for organizing Rotary Group Study
Exchange Program between Austria and India.
Vikalpa Nagpur, Art of Living, Sri Aurobindo Society, etc. recognized PIMR Holistic Cell for its
various activities.
In a very short span of time, NSS unit of PIMR is recognized for its activities like Campus
Cleaning Day, Voter Awareness Campaign, Aids Awareness Day, Women day Celebration, Yoga
& Meditation awareness day, etc.
The Institute is having certificates for organizing blood donation camp every year.
3.6.6 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension activities organized
by the College, comment on how they complement students’ academic learning experience
and specify the values and skills inculcated?
The extension activities complement student academic learning by making students aware
towards environmental issues and health services and at the same time understanding the
importance of education and teaching skills.
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Environmental: On the part of environmental conservation measure, tree plantation is organized
almost every year. Last two tree plantation activities were conducted on 13 Aug. 2012 and on 03
Sept. 2011. With the help of tree plantation activity students learn about care for nature,
responsibility towards mother earth and awareness towards environment.
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Health Services: The students are encouraged to participate in various rallies, awareness
programs and campaigns in relation to various health activities. The college has organized so
many campaigns and awareness programs for many health related needs of the community. The
various programs organized are:1. Eye Check-up Camp on February 22th, 2014 (201 people including 17 faculty members, 21
staff members and 163 Students were benefitted). This activity helps students to prevent their
eyes from various infections.
2. Awareness on Female Feticide is the most important issue as the ratio of boys and girls are
inappropriate in today’s world and this seed can be born in this stage of life, so to aware the
youth, PIMR arranged a seminar by a renowned gynecologist on Feb 4th 2014.
3. To know the reason and have a clear view and changing the perception of the students about
the AIDS an awareness program was organized on Feb 4th 2014.
4. Free camp of skin and hair treatment on 22nd November 2013 as nowadays more heath
problems are related to skin and the awareness of the same among students is the need of an
hour.
5. Blood Donation Camps were organized in collaboration with M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank on
3rd Sept 2012, 21st Dec 2012; 2nd July 2011, 10th Nov 2010 and 8th March 2014. In every camp
more than 100 units of blood donated. This activity helps the students to understand how to
become healthy by donating blood and contribute to the society especially to the thalassemia
patients.
6. As the pollution based infections has increased nowadays so as the awareness is required on
various infections and prevention from them. Keeping this in view, PIMR Rotract Club has
organized a awareness on swine flu on 17th August 2010.
7. Dental Disease awareness and Dental checkup program for PIMR faculty members, organized
on 25th May 2009.
8. Workshop on Cervical Cancer awareness is highly in need as people are not aware about the
cause and precaution of such disease due to the Indian culture which was organized at PIMR
on March 23rd 2007
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Training and Teaching: The Institute firmly believes that learning is a continuous process that
focuses on inculcation of skills and values. These activities help the students to be socially
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responsible and good citizenship. For example, our students have joined the NGO “Rang De
Zindagi”, where they teach the slum area kids on every Saturday for their upliftment in society.
On 23rd March 2009, computer training was given to Deaf and Dum students at PIMR Computer
Lab.
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The values and skills inculcated in the students because of above activities are:
1. Organizing events by putting up the stalls of handmade chocolates, rakhi, diwali items made
by mentally disturbed students of yatna foundations for raising funds for them.
2. Enucleate the moral values like sharing, helping others, spiritual values, etc. among young
students through holistic centre by organizing events like yoga and meditation camps as these
will be beneficial in the personal and professional life of students in future.
3. Being a part of management institute, the students organizing events like Fete, Cultural
Programs, Camps, etc. which makes them to expertise in conceptualizing, budget planning
and executing, judicious spending, judicious use of every day goods/services.
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community in its outreach activities and contribute to the
community development? Detail the initiatives of the College
which have encouraged community participation in its
activities.
Institute has received charter from Rotray International and has a PIMR Rotract Club. It also
has HR Club and chapters of NSS. These bodies contributed to community development.
Following activities have been organized:
a) Largest Backward Walk Guinness Book World Record-2014: The Aaghaaz E-Cell of Institute
has organized Largest Backwards Walk (World record Attempt) on 2nd March, 2014 under the
E-Cell of PIMR-UG. In which 1207 participants have participated with a theme “Innovating
for India”. On 3rd April 2014 the results have been declared and Guinness Book world Record
has officially awarded to PIMR.
b) Honoring Padmashree Mrs. Phoolbasan Bai Yadav, Social Worker, Chattisgarh in
International Conference 2014 with PIMR Social Entrepreneur Award.
c) On the occasion of youth day the members took a pledge to fulfill their responsibilities and
duties towards the humanity in general and towards the women in particular on 18 th January
2013.
d) Under the ages of PIMR Rotaract club, the members organize the rally on 25th December
2012 to raise a voice against injustice towards women (Delhi girl rape case).
e) Inviting many outsiders in Fetes for generating funds for noble cause.
f) Sold the handmade chocolates rakhi, diwali items, etc. made by the blind students of Yatna
Foundation (NGO).
g) Donated Rs.15,000/- to Yatna Foundation (NGO) on 14th September 2012 in the national
conference which was witnessed by students, delegates and corporate.
h) Donated Rs 18000/- to Sanjeevani Sewa Sangam Sansthan on 15th August 2010 on the
occasion of Independence Day.
i) Donated Rs 3000/- to UNICIEF on 5th September 2010 on the occasion of teachers’ day.
j) Donated Rs 10,000/- to Sanjeevani Sewa Sangam Sansthan (for hearing aids) on Jan 26, 2009.
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involvement in various social movements / activities which
promote citizenship roles?
All clubs of Institution as Rotaract Club, HR Club, Holistic Cell, NSS and NEN are platforms
with faculty coordinators and student bodies. All activities performed by these clubs are
reported i.e. reports have to be submitted to director. On the basis of reports these activities
are also published in the Institute’s News Letter. The students also are required to do a social
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project every year which carries marks and is evaluated by the faculty. The marks so received
form part of the internal assessment of the students.
51 Give details on the constructive relationships (if any) with
other institutions in the nearby locality in working on various
outreach and extension activities.
Non-Governmental Organizations: The institute has forged positive relationship with
various non-governmental organizations which are as under:
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Donated Rs.15,000/- to Yatna Foundation (NGO) on 14th September 2012
Donated Rs 18000/- to Sanjeevani Sewa Sangam Sansthan on 15th August 2010
Donated Rs 3000/- to UNICIEF on 5th September 2010
Donated Rs 10,000/- to Sanjeevani Sewa Sangam Sansthan (for hearing aids) on Jan 26, 2009
Rotary Club: organized various camps at PIMR every year
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Blood Donation Camp on 8th March 2014 with M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank (Total 154 units of
blood donated)
Blood Donation Camp on 3rd Sept 2012 with M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank (120 students and
faculty donated blood)
Blood Donation Camp on 21st Dec 2012 with M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank
Blood Donation Camp on 28th July 2011 with M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank (130 students and
faculty donated blood)
Blood Donation Camp on 10th Nov 2010 with M. Y. Hospital Blood Bank (250 students and
faculty donated blood)
Eye Check Up Camp on February 22th, 2014 (201 people including 17 faculty members, 21 staff
members and 163 Students were benefitted)
Tree Plantation At PIMR In Collabration With Dainik Bhaskar Press on 13 August 2012
PIMR Holistic Cell organized various activities in collaboration with the following:
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Vikalpa Nagpur, Art of Living, Sri Aurobindo Society, etc.
Every year, some teachers and students visit old age home, orphanage where they interact
with the elderly inmates, and kids :
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Distributed Necessary items at Rasthriya Orphanage on 15th August 2013
Donated old Clothes slum area on 27th October 2013
Distributed Footwear’s at Bal Rasthriya Aashram on 16th November2013
Visit to Jyoti Niwas- Mother Teresa Aashram on 13th Oct 2012
Distribution of Old clothes and Blankets in slum area on 1st December 2012
52 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension
activities and/contributions to the
development during the last four years.
social/community
The Awards received by the Institute are as follows:
1. Largest Backward Walk Guinness Book World Record-2014: The Aaghaaz E-Cell of Institute have
organized Largest Backwards Walk (World record Attempt) on 2nd March, 2014 under the E-Cell of
PIMR-UG. In which 1207 participants have participated with a theme “Innovating for India”. On 3 rd
April 2014 the results have been declared and Guinness Book world Record has officially awarded to
PIMR.
2. Premier/Championship Award-2014: During Entrepreneurship Week-2014 under the flagship of
National Entrepreneurship (NEN) the Institute is awarded with E-Week “Premier Award-2014” for
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promoting entrepreneurship in Central region of India in which many premier institutions from
Maharashtra, Gujrat and Madhya Pradesh have participated.
3. E-Week @ School Award-2014: During Entrepreneurship Week-2014 under the flagship of
National Entrepreneurship (NEN) the Institute is awarded with E-Week @ School Award-2014 for
educating highest numbers of School about entrepreneurship in Central region of India in which many
premier institutions from Maharashtra, Gujrat and Madhya Pradesh have participated.
4. All India Championship Runner-Up Awards-2012: During Entrepreneurship Week-2012 under the
flagship of National Entrepreneurship (NEN) the Institute was awarded with E-Week “All India
Championship Runner-Up Award” for promoting entrepreneurship in India in which many premier
institutions throughout the nation have participated.
5. The PIMR Rotaract Club was adjudged as the Best Rotaract Club of the Rotary District 3040 for
the year 2004-05. In 2012 PIMR Rotaract Club is recognized for organizing Rotary Group Study
Exchange Program between Austria and India.
6. State of Art Certificate of Appreciation conferred to PIMR by M. Y. Hospital every year for
organizing blood donation camps.
7. Vikalpa Nagpur, Art of Living, Sri Aurobindo Society, etc. recognized PIMR Holistic Cell for its
various activities.
53 COLLABORATION
54 How has the College’s collaboration with other agencies
impacted the visibility, identity and diversity of activities on
the campus? To what extent has the College benefitted
academically and financially because of collaborations?
The collaboration of the Institute with other agencies impacted the visibility, identity and
diversity of activities on the campus in the following manner:
Visibility and Identity: The Institute is regularly conducting workshops, seminars and
conferences by inviting students and research scholars from other institutions located in India
and abroad. Many business houses are also attracted for sponsoring these workshops,
seminars and conferences with some specific amount. The Institute is also conducting
conferences, seminars and workshops in collaborations with the agencies of national and
international reputes like: ISTD, ISTE, NEN, AIMA and AIMS. The students of many
foreign universities are regularly visiting the Institute for internships. The faculty members of
foreign universities are also visiting the Institutes for guest lectures.
Diversity: The Institute is also conducting various certificate courses on software (Advanced
MS Excel, Tally, SPSS, etc.) and on upcoming specialized management concepts (Digital
Marketing, Retail, etc.) for the benefit of students, which help them to meet the expectations
of various industries. The Institute has a formal interaction with research and educational
bodies like AIMA, ECCH, AIMS International, Proquest, etc. for research related activities.
The Institute is having official chapters of ISTE, ISTD, NHRD, and NEN for conducting
various academic, research, and training activities. The Institute is known for various students
and faculty oriented activities which includes both co-curricular and extra-curricular
activities. Thus diverse activities are being conducted.
Academic and Financial Benefits: The Institute receives sponsorships from various
business organizations in kind or cash for conduction of co-curricular and extra-curricular
activities which has financially helped the Institute. During the case writing workshops,
conducted in every six months, the Institute interacts with local and nearby industries and
develops real life case studies which benefits to the academic community. During workshops
and conferences the discussion/interaction, areas of common interest and possibilities of
collaboration are identified with the industry and other agencies that will be converted into
consultancies, MDPs, projects, etc. Faculty members are having Educator Access to the
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Harvard Business Publishing. Educator Access to the Harvard Business Publishing site
provides faculty members with: Educator copies of cases, articles, and chapters; Full
previews of online courses and simulations, Teaching Notes and Facilitator’s Guides; Course
planning tools and a personal library; Ability to rate and review course materials; Webinars to
find course materials and create course packs as well as webinars on popular simulations.
55 Mention specific examples of, how the linkages of Institute
promote?
 Curriculum Development:
The Institute has a Corporate Advisory Board which consists of industry representatives who are
involved in curriculum development. Industry inputs are also received at time of placement, On the
Job Trainings and Summer Internships. Besides this internal quality assurance cell (IQAC) also has
members of industry who provide inputs in curriculum development.
Academia who visit the Institute on various platforms like as resource persons of FDPs, research
methodology workshops, case writing workshops; as panelists of various events; and as members
of external viva voce exams also contribute to curriculum. They are also represented on bodies like
academic council, executive council, board of studies of the Institute.
 Internship, On-the-Job Training:
The institute has signed MOU’s for carrying out following research activities and live projects in
collaboration with the industry.
 NMORE: Live projects with the industry which helps in strengthening and broadening the
concepts and practices of research and analytics among students, familiarizing students with
the latest techniques in research – both qualitative as well as quantitative, enhancing the
students’ competence in analytical skills.
 BSNL: Customers perception regarding BSNL service in Indore. The students were doing
live project with BSNL
 Innoserve Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Pune: Summer internship on digital and social media
marketing.
 AIESEC: Under this program the students are allowed to send the students as an intern for
doing program abroad and foreign interns come to institute for doing program.
 Faculty Exchange and Development:
 The Institute is regularly sponsoring its faculty members, staff and students to participate in

FDPs, conferences, workshops, competitions, etc. organized at national and international
levels.
MOU between Embassy of Algeria and Prestige Education Society: Promoting in the areas of
learning, teaching, knowledge sharing and research among the faculty as well as students of
parallel professional institute of Management and technology in both countries.
 Research, Publication:

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

The Institute is having membership of ECCH for case study publications.
The Institute is having membership of AIMA for various research activities.
The Institute is having membership of IMA, Indore for various professional activities related
to students and faculty members.
The Institute is regularly exchanging its International Journals with many renowned Journals.
The Institute is having chapters of ISTE, ISTD, NEN and NHRD for various research
activities.
 Consultancy, Extension:


The Institute is having membership of CII for various activities related to industry.
The Institute is having relationship with many ‘service’ and ‘manufacturing’ industries for
providing consultancy. The names of few companies are Post Office of MP, Prestige Feed
Mills Ltd., Force Motor Ltd., Indira Securities Pvt. Ltd., Rustumji Arms Police Training
College, etc.
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 Student Placement:
The Institute maintains relationship with many companies for final and summer placements of the
students. Besides this many speakers from industry regularly visit the Institute for guest lectures,
training program, workshops, conferences, etc. At the same time students are also visiting industry
for the purpose of training. These Institute-Industry interactions also create placement possibilities.
 Any other, please specify:



The Institute has signed MOU’s with Punjab National Bank and Central Bank of India for
financing students for pursuing their higher education.
The Institute has signed MOU with Rajshree Hospital so that the medical facilities can be
provided to students and staff of the institute.
The Institute has signed MOU with the Prestige Public School so that ground of the school
can be used for carrying out sports activity and other activities of the Institute.
56 Does the College have MoUs nationally / internationally and
with institutions of national importance/other universities/
industries/corporate houses etc.? If yes, explain how the
MoUs have contributed in enhancing the quality and output
of teaching-learning, research and development activities of
the College?
The institute has signed MOUs with the following foreign universities, institutions and
organizations:
1. MOU between Embassy of Algeria and Prestige Education Society: Promoting in the areas of
learning, teaching, knowledge sharing and research among the faculty as well as students of parallel
professional institute of Management and technology in both countries.
2. AIESEC: Under this program the students are allowed to send the students as an intern for doing
program abroad and foreign interns come to institute for doing program.
3. HDFC: to provide joint certification program to be offered as part of the regular PGDM course,
develop the programme curriculum and conduct or arrange the guest lecturers, and provide training
material.
4. NMORE: Live projects with the industry which helps in strengthening and broadening the concepts
and practices of Research and analytics among students, familiarizing students with the latest
techniques in research – both qualitative as well as quantitative, enhancing the students’ competence
in analytic skills.
5. Shoppers Stop: The course has been designed for the students of undergrads namely Shoppers Stop
Fashion Retail Management course.
6. BSNL: The students were doing live project with BSNL on Customers perception regarding BSNL
service in Indore.
7. Innoserve Solution Pvt. Ltd., Pune: To provide summer internship on digital and social media
marketing.
8. National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC): Provide high quality training, assessment and
certificate to students on Retail Sales by Sector Skill Council, Ministry of Finance and National Skill
Development Corporation.
9. Punjab National Bank: For providing student loans.
10. Central Bank: For providing student loan.
These collaborations helped Institute in terms of curriculum development, internship, summer
placement, Research, Consultancy, Extension, Publication, Student Placement, Introduction
of new courses, student exchange, etc.
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57 Have the College industry interactions resulted in the
establishment /creation of highly specialized laboratories /
facilities?
Every year management representatives, computer and library upgradation committees and
the representatives of the industry meet and suggest how to upgrade computer lab, library and
other facilities like conference hall, class rooms, etc. On the basis of suggestions following
facilities were already implemented:
1. Installation of Green Computer Lab
2. Interactive White Boards
3. Wi-Fi connectivity
4. CC TV Cameras
5. MIS for Teaching and Non-teaching Departments
6. Interactive Website
7. OPAC library Access
8. Placement and Alumni Webpage/Software
9. Video Conferencing Facility
10. Online Data Sources like Proquest, EBSCO, Delnet, etc.
11. Online Internal Test for Students
12. Online conduction of Interviews, Exam, etc. for the purpose of Placements
13. Television Set at Central location
14. Online Examination Process.
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND
LEARNING RESOURCES
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
58 Physical Facilities
59 How does the College plan and ensure adequate availability of
physical infrastructure and ensure its optimal utilization?
The Institute has IQAC cell along with other committees like library up-gradation committee,
computer up-gradation committee, placement committee which meet once in a year to suggest
enhancements and infrastructural needs of library, computer and placement cell. The director
in consultation with engineer, HODs and admission committee and program coordinators also
chalk out the physical infrastructure requirements prior to academic year. These suggestions
are approved in Board of Studies, Academic Council and Executive Council of the Institute.
60 Does the College have a policy for creation and enhancement of
infrastructure in order to promote a good teaching-learning
environment? If yes, mention a few recent initiatives.
In order to enhance infrastructure to promote teaching learning process the institute has upgradation committees for library facilities, placement and computer lab. These committees
submit their report on up-gradation needs every academic year besides the program
coordinators, HODs, and admission committee meet every year to review and suggest
enhancement needed in infrastructure.
The few recent initiatives include:
1. The construction of an additional floor for undergraduate programs fully equipped
with furniture, LCD etc.
2. The construction of two additional floors for postgraduate programs fully equipped
with furniture, LCD etc.
3. The construction for MDP quarters has made.
4. The creation of Room of Silence.
5. Development of play ground facilities
6. Transport facilities
7. Hostel Facilities
8. Generator backup
The physical infrastructure is as per UGC and AICTE norms. As the institutes student
admissions are to full potential due to the great demand of students who seek admission. All
facilities are optimally utilized.
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61 Does the College provide all departments with facilities like office
room, common room, separate rest rooms for women students
and staff?
Yes, institute provides each department and its faculty members an office room for their
academic work and common area for their discussion on various research topics. Common
room and separate rest room is provided to women students where they can sit for a while and
study during their leisure time. The Institute has well equipped Convention/ Conference Hall
for organizing Workshops, Seminars and other events. The institute has tutorial rooms,
placement office, room of silence for yoga and meditation, sports room, medical room and an
atrium for indoor activities and sports ground to name a few.
62 How does the College ensure that the infrastructure facilities
meet the requirements of students/staff with disabilities?
The institute has bathroom with fitting for disabled students and staff besides ramp at the
institute entrances, in convention hall etc. The institute also has supported corridors and stairs
for convenience of disabled students and staff. The institute also has a lift for disabled
students.
63 How does the College cater to the residential requirements of
students? Mention
Capacity of the hostels and occupancy (to be
given separately for men and women) Recreational facilities in
hostel/s
like
gymnasium,
yoga
center,
etc.
Broadband
connectivity / wi-fi facility in hostel/s.

Institute has separate hostels for boys and girls.

The capacity of boys’ hostel is thirty two beds and sixty five beds capacity is of our
girls’ hostel. The hostels are safe and located at a distance of about one Km from the
institute.

The hostels are well equipped with wi-fi, aqua guard, recreational facilities etc. The
hostels have mess facility for the students where delicious food is prepared
hygienically. Both the hostels have dining halls and separate room facility for visitors
or parents of the students.

The hostels also have sports room and various functions like fresher’s party, lodhi,
janmashtami, picnics, farewells etc. are celebrated in the hostel to ensure a homely
atmosphere is provided to students.
64 How does the College cope with the health related support
services for its students, faculty and non-teaching staff on the
campus and beyond?
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Institute has tie up with Rajshree Hospital located 2 km distance from the institute
where students, faculty and non-teaching staff can visit for their routine health
checkup.

Institute is situated near the Bombay Hospital where in any causality, students,
faculty and non-teaching staff members may avail medical treatment for their heath
etc.

The institute also has a rotract club through which it organizes various medical
seminars and health checkups for its students and staff.

The hostels have a doctor on call in case of emergencies. Besides the institute also
has an group insurance cover for students and faculty.
65 What special facilities are made available on the campus to
promote interest in sports and cultural events?
The Institute has a full time sports officer and a faculty coordinator to look after
sports activities of the institute. They are responsible for organizing sports events in
the institute besides formation of institute sport team which is sent to play at inter
university and inter states levels and national levels. Sports room wherein indoor
games facility is available for the students. The institute also has badminton court in
the premises. The Institute has an open sports ground for various activities like
cricket, volleyball etc. The institute has a student’s club which consist of a student
committee which is responsible foe along with faculty coordinators organizing
various cultural activities like Paridhan week, three day National Management Fest
Manthan, 15th August, 26th January, Teachers Day, Janmashtami, Ganesh Utsav, to
name a few. Institute also has faculty coordinator to promote participation of student
in outside cultural and sport activity. For the interest in cultural event, institute
organizes a three days national management festival named ‘Manthan’ every year. In
this national event, students of various parts of the country come and participate in
various events. Total eighteen events held in these three days which are of various
streams such as academic and cultural. Besides, students are being sent outside the
Institute and city to participate in various sports and cultural activities. The institute
has a faculty coordinator to nominate student teams for outside cultural events.
Students sent for the outside activities are totally sponsored by the institute.
4.2
Library as a Learning Resource
66 Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the
composition of such a committee. What significant initiatives
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have been implemented by the committee to render the library,
student/user friendly?
Yes, library has an Advisory Committee called the library up-gradation committee
constituting of faculty , staff members of library and students to make sure the
availability of all resources required for quality research and learning.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
1. To decide norms for Library working.
2. To enhance collection of good books
3. To recommend Print Journals, e-Journals and Online data Bases.
4. To suggest provisions for better utilization of library facilities.
5. To suggest improvements in library functioning.
6. To organize workshops for creating awareness of resources available in the
library and training in their use.
Committee has taken initiatives to procure latest edition of books; laser printer;
barcode system; subscription to Proquest ABI Complete and others e-resources;
photocopy facility to faculty, staff and students; limit of number of books that can be
issued at a time has includes to 4 ,ACC Soft 2.0Library Software, CCTV camera and
other infrastructure like display racks, different compartments for photocopy and
issue section have been made to
facilitate students. The Institute library has a
research section ,an e-library to access e-data sources, a wide range of CD’son various
management topics. The library subscribes to 190 National Journals and 59
International journals and magazines.
The Library issues a Library monthly Bulletin every month to notify students and
faculty about latest updations Library Information Brochure is printed , which gives
an overview about status of library. Library has a daily updated notice board where all
library resources notified.
4.2.2 Provide details of the following:
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) – 630 Square Meter
Total seating capacity – 240
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Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days, during
examination days, during vacation)
Working Days
: 12Hrs ( 9.00 A.M. to 9 .00 P.M.)
On Holidays (During Examination ) : 7 Hrs ( 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.)
During Vacation
: 9 Hrs ( 9.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M.)
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, reference room, reading room for
browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e-resources, issue section and
research section).
4.2.3
Give details on the library holdings
a)
Print Books
Titles
Volumes
Back Volumes
b)
Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
AV CDs
c)
Electronic (e-books, e-Journals)
e-books , Periodicals CDs
e-Journals
Complete
Total No.
:
:
:
9105
33634
1015
:
234
:
:
457
8500 ( Proquest ABI
,DELNET)
d)
Special collection
Text Book
Reference Books
Research and Training Reports
Annual Reports of Companies
Monographs
Doctoral Thesis
Working Paper
Research Projects
Orations and Technical Notes
:
:
:
:
:
25737
9069
9058
388
25
:
:
:
:
55
10
11
29
67 What tools does the library deploy to provide access to the
collection?
 OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue ) - Acc Soft 2.0
 Electronic Resource Management package for e-journals – Proquest, ABI
Complete Inform , DELNET, SAGE ONLINE, EBSCO Database Business
Source Elite, J-Gate Database, Economic Outlook
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 Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases – Proquest,
ABI Complete Inform , DELNET, SAGE ONLINE, EBSCO Database
Business Source Elite, J-Gate Database, Economic Outlook

 Library Website: Integrated website is maintained through with library related
information can be accessed by the students.
In-house/remote access to e-publications: Institute is wi-fi enabled and
faculty , student can access the resources both via intranet and internet.
68 To what extent is the ICT deployed in the library?
 Library automation
-
Yes
 Total number of computers for public access - 10 in the library and 623 in
computer lab.
 Total numbers of printers for public access
 Internet band width speed
- 02 ( One in the Library
and one in the
Computer Lab
- 2mbps
 Institutional Repository – Institute stores the data related to library in its
centralized server and in the librarian’s computer also. Records are maintained
by the librarian for books, journals, e-journals, exchange journals, magazines
and other resources for smooth functioning and future reference.
 Content management system for e-learning
Library has numbers of Audio and Video CDs for e-learning of the students
and the same have been kept in separate shelves for easy access by the
students and faculty members.
Following 06 e- Content available in the e-library
Proquest ABI INFORM Complete
EBSCO Database Business Source Elite
DELNET Database
J-Gate Database
Economic Outlook
Sage Online Journals
 Participation in Resource sharing networks/consortia (like Inflibnet)
PIMR is an Institutional member of DELNET, which facilitates effective and efficient
searching of information through various online databases, open access journals and
union catalogues.
The main objective of DELNET are to promote resource sharing among the Member
–Libraries by collecting ,storing and dissemination information and by offering
networking services to users: to undertake scientific research in the areas of
Information Science and Technology ,create new system in the field, apply the result
of research ;offer technical guidance to Member –Libraries on collecting, storing,
sharing and disseminating information ;coordinate efforts for suitable collection
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development and reduce unnecessary duplication wherever possible; facilitate and
promote delivery of documents manually or mechanically etc. Institute is also in the
process to link it with INFLIBNET (Information and Library Network) for improving
its capability in information transfer and access across the world.
69 Provide details
 Average number of walk-ins – 400
 Average number of books issued/returned – 450
 Ratio of library books to students enrolled – 1:18
 Average number of books added during last three years – 2836
 Average number of login to OPAC – 525
 Average number of login to e-resources : 1500
Database Activity – Summary
Time Frame: May-2011 to NOV-2013
Account 135227 – Prestige Institute of Management and Research Tier (0)
Searches
Database
6734
6650
Cit/Abstract
Any FT Format
Total
ABI/INFORM Complete
2094
12094
14188
ABI/INFORM Dateline
120
639
759
149
6663
ABI/INFORM Global
6726
ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry
23
20062
6727
ProQuest Science Journals
Subtotal
1729
10098
11827
245
1357
1602
1
1
2
2095
12095
14190
Total Unique Searches
Database Activity – Summary
Time Frame: JAN-2013 to NOV-2013
Account 135227 – Prestige Institute of Management and Research Tier (0)
Searches
Database
3668
Cit/Abstract
Any FT Format
Total
ABI/INFORM Complete
1249
6573
7822
3595
ABI/INFORM Dateline
72
349
421
3597
ABI/INFORM Global
1038
5500
6538
3660
ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry
139
724
863
1249
6573
7822
10852
3664
Subtotal
Total Unique Searches
Database Activity – Summary
Time Frame: JAN-2012 to DEC-2012
Account 135227 – Prestige Institute of Management and Research Tier (0)
Searches
Database
2107
Cit/Abstract
Any FT Format
Total
ABI/INFORM Complete
604
4379
4983
2096
ABI/INFORM Dateline
42
229
271
2107
ABI/INFORM Global
493
3679
4172
2107
ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry
69
471
540
604
4379
4983
6310
Subtotal
2107
Total Unique Searches
Database Activity – Summary
Time Frame: MAY-2011 to DEC-2011
Account 135227 – Prestige Institute of Management and Research Tier (0)
Searches
Database
926
Cit/Abstract
Any FT Format
Total
ABI/INFORM Complete
205
1009
1214
926
ABI/INFORM Dateline
2
37
39
926
ABI/INFORM Global
168
829
997
926
ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry
35
143
178
0
0
0
205
1009
1214
16
2794
923
ProQuest Science Journals
Subtotal
Total Unique Searches
150
Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed – 130
 Number of information literacy trainings organized - 02 in Every New academic
Session Orientation
Programme is conducted
for the New Batch
70 Give details of the specialized services provided by the library

Manuscripts -

Reference
NA
- Yes
1. Reference Books
2. Major Research Projects
3.Summer Training Projects
4.Anuual Reports
5.Bound Volumes of Periodicals
6.Monographs
7.Doctorals Thesis
8.Working Papers

Reprography -

ILL (Inter Library Loan Service) – Through DELNET

Information Deployment and Notification – The Library issues a Library
Yes (Xerox facility is available in the library)
monthly Bulletin every month to notify students and faculty about latest
updations. Library Information Brochure is printed , which gives an
overview about status of library. Library has a daily updated notice board
where all library resources notified.

OPAC
available
:
YES.
OPAC
facility is
for all all users

Internet Access
: Yes
1. E-Journals
2. E-Books
3.On Line Database

Downloads
: Yes.
E-Journals, E-Books

Printouts – Library of the institute follows the Eco-friendly system and
information is given electronically to students and in special case printout
facility is provided to students in terms of their research work. Reading list/
Bibliography compilation – Library prepares the index of articles which have
been published in national and international journals.

In-house/remote access to e-resources : 1. OPAC
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71 e-Journals and Database

User Orientation -
: Every New Academic Session
User Orientation is given for
New Students

Assistance in searching Databases :
Yes Assistance is provided

INFLIBNET/IUC facilities
DELNET Membership is
available
:
72 Provide details on the annual library budget and the amount
spent for purchasing new books and journals.
Following are the details of Library Expenditures:
YEAR
PARTICULARS
BUDGET
AMOUNT SPENT
2010-11
BOOKS
1,000,000
4,93,455
PRINT JOURNALS
3,50,000
3,19,905
E-JOURNALS
5,00,000
3,54,170
Total Amount
11,67,520
YEAR
PARTICULARS
BUDGET
AMOUNT SPENT
2011-12
BOOKS
10,05,000
7,39,397
PRINT JOURNALS
4,75,000
2,26,351
E-JOURNALS
1,81,000
1,81,650
Total Amount
11,47,398
YEAR
PARTICULARS
BUDGET
AMOUNT SPENT
2012-13
BOOKS
1,000,000
8,70,995
PRINT JOURNALS
5,08,000
2,24,200
E-JOURNALS
2,00,000
4,47,416
Total Amount
15,42,611
73 Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how
is it analysed and used for improving the library services.
The Director interact with all the students once a semester to take feedback on all resources
of the institute. The library up-gradation committee also gives its feedback for library
improvement. Beside the library has a suggestion box where students can give their
suggestions. The institute also has program coordinator to whom students can approach with
their suggestions. The library upgradation report is discussed in a joint faculty meeting. The
implementation of suggestions is done in the finance committee.
74 List the infrastructural development of the library over the last
four years.
1. CCTV camera
2. Display Racks for books and journals
3. Barcode System installed
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Computer terminals for accessing e-resources
Web based Library Software
OPAC ( Open Public Access Catalogue) facility is provided for all users.
To Provide News Papers to the Students and Faculty Members
UG students are permitted to borrow one more book from PG Library
About 100 Bound Volumes of Journals are added to research Section every year
75 Did the library organize workshop/s for students, teachers, nonteaching staff of the College to facilitate better Library usage?
Yes . Library organizes workshops and training sessions for making students, teachers and
non-teaching staff aware of the latest facilities, systems and other advanced tool introduced
in the library. Orientation programs are also conducted every year for New Batches.
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4.3 IT Infrastructure
76 Does the College have a comprehensive IT policy addressing
standards on IT Service Management, Information Security,
Network Security, Risk Management and Software Asset
Management?
Yes, institute has its IT policy to address the standards on IT service management of
the institute, information security, network security, risk management and software
asset management. The faculty coordinator MIS and Computer Lab ensure
implementation of IT policy decided in faculty meetings. It explains IT facilities,
ensure network security, prohibit access to social networks, monitor and manage
software assets, manage risk and take care of overall maintenance of IT resources.
Institute believes in providing state-of-the-art technology to its stakeholders for the
higher level of learning and productivity. Latest software and hardware are provided
to cater to the needs of current market. Laptops are given to each faculty for his
academic and research by the institute. We have software named ACCSOFT2 for all
the users according to their functions and responsibility.
Computer lab has hardware based Unified Threat Management (UTM) and firewall
systems CYBEROAM (CR50iNG 10.04.2 build 527) for network monitoring and traffic
regulation. An enterprise level antivirus system is also installed to prevent host
computers from Trojans and worms. Computer lab has provision of backup and
additional servers for any contingency services. Backup scheduler configured in the
servers for taking backup of the files. In case in power cut we have 20 KVA online UPS
for power backup and 150 KVA generator. Institute has ACCSOFT2 (Web Version)
ERP system for various academic activities of the institute. ACCSOFT2 featured with
online attendance, online assignment, and online internal assessment. Student can see
their attendance, internal marks and final results online as per their convenience.
77 Give details of the College’s computing facilities (hardware and
software).
Number of systems with configuration
-
635
Sl.
NO
1
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
Lab1
2
Lab2
3
Lab3
Lenovo thin centre Intel core 2 duo/1GB
120
RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Acer core i-3/4GB RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT
100
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse with Ncomputing
Thin client /512RAM/14TFT
100
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
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4
Lab4
5
Lab(ug)
6
Library
7
Office
8
Office(ug)
9
Exam
Department
Faculty Cabin
10
Wipro PIV /512RAM/14TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
Wipro PIV /512RAM/14TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical
Acer 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/14 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
Acer 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/14 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
Laptop Acer, Dell ,Toshiba , fujitsu
60
120
08
20
05
03
94
No. of servers with Configuration: 05 Nos
Sl.
NO
1
2
3
4
5
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
Server Room
Hp-Net server E-200
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
01
Server Room
Server Room
Server Room
Server Room
IBM X-100
Dell 2900 Power Edge
Hp Ml-110 G7
Lenovo Think Centre
01
01
01
01
Computer-student ratio
Dedicated computing facility
LAN facility
-
Wifi facility
1:2
500 Systems with Internet
Connectivity for Students
100/1000 Mbps
a. Internet Speed: 6MBPS
ISP – Airtel, RP Net
Full Campus
78 Linksys E900
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Propriety software / Open source softwares:
Windows 2000 Server, Oracle 8i Visual Studio 6.0 Tally 9.0,MS-Office 2003
(XP),MS-Office
2000,MS-Office
4.3
(Professional),MS-Office
4.2
(Standard),Windows 98,Windows 95,Windows 3.1, , FoxPro 2.6 ,Quattro Pro 5.0,
Word Star 7.0 ,Coral Draw 9,Norton Commander 5,TC++, JAVA 1.3.1, Windows
XP PROF, Windows 2003 Server STD,VB.NET PRO,SPSS 14.0,SPSS 18.0/free
wear like ubuntu Unix Sco Open Server
Number of nodes/ computers with internet facility -
635
Any other
Language lab Software and
its details
Orell Technology empowered india Pvt.
Ltd.
79 What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying
and upgrading the IT infrastructure and associated facilities?
The infra structure is planned to accommodate the system with adequate space between
the systems and each student is provided with a system. The institution has its own plans
to upgrade the IT infrastructure regularly and deployed it for office automation,
admission, library, examination and others. We have computer lab up-gradation
committee which meets frequently and give suggestions to the institute for up-gradation
of its computer facilities. A resource audit is conducted before inviting quotations from
several vendors and after carefully investigating the relevant factors procurement is
done.
80 Give details on access to online teaching and learning resources
and other knowledge, and information provided to the staff
and students for quality teaching, learning and research.
Institute subscribes online journals like EBSCO, DELNET, PROQUEST etc. as online
learning resources for its faculty and students. They can access these any time and
download the research article for their research work. Institute has got video
conferencing system through which faculty and students may interact and share the
knowledge with faculty of different university in the globe. Besides, the institute has ebooks, CD ROMS and integrated software Accsoft to facilitate teaching and learning.
81 Give details on the ICT enabled classrooms/learning spaces
available within the College and how they are utilized for
enhancing the quality of teaching and learning.
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Interactive Boards, ICT enabled classrooms, Internet facility, laptops, LCD projectors,
and wi-fi make the class more interactive for enhancing the quality of teaching, learning
and research. We have two Interactive white boards and all the classrooms have
LCD/DLP projectors for ‘power point presentations. Students are encouraged to give
seminar talks using ICT resources. The institute provides digital library facility for all
teaching and non-teaching staff members and students.
82 How are the faculty facilitated to prepare computer aided
teaching-learning materials? What are the facilities available in
the College or affiliating University for such initiatives?
Each member of each department has been provided with a laptop with Internet facility.
Microsoft Word and Powerpoint software are installed in each machine for preparing the
reading materials. Institute has databases like EBSCOHOST, PROQUEST for getting
teaching and learning materials like research articles, cases etc. for the research and
other purposes. We have statistical tool like SPSS 18 (Statistical Package for Social
Sciences) for the data analysis of the research of faculty and students. Several e-books
and CD library is also available to prepare their lectures for effective delivery to
students. Institute is also a member of ECCH (European Case Clearing House) where
faculty can download the case of their respective area and discuss with students in the
class.
83 How are the computers and their accessories maintained?
(AMC, etc.)
Institute has its own resident engineer for maintaining and procuring IT resources
like hardwares and softwares. Website of the institute and ACCsoft2 software are
maintained and managed by the web designer and software engineer respectively
hired by the institute externally. The institute also has an AMC for its various
equipments.
84 Does the College avail of the National Knowledge Network
connectivity directly or through the affiliating University? If
so, what are the services availed of?
Institute is in the process for getting the membership from National Knowledge
Network (NKN), New Delhi and soon will become the member of NKN.
85 Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for
update, deployment and maintenance of the computers in the
College?
Budget is allocated every year for the up-gradation of the software and the
maintenance of the computers available in the institute. Every year, new systems are
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purchased based on the requirements. Stock verification is carried out once in a year,
in order to ensure the working condition of the systems. Daily verification of the
physical components of the available systems is carried out in order to ascertain the
availability. Complaint register is maintained in the department laboratory to view
the complaints received from the students and the faculty using the systems. Periodic
checking of the register is done to ensure there is no complaint and the systems are
in good working conditions.
86 Maintenance of Campus Facilities
87 Does the College have an Estate Office / designated officer for
overseeing maintenance of buildings, class-rooms and laboratories?
If yes, mention a few campus specific initiatives undertaken to
improve the physical ambience.
Yes, Institute has a supervisor for supervising the maintenance of building, class rooms and
laboratories. Besides, the institute has a contract with Nam Source which is a professionally
managed firm who looks after housekeeping. Resident engineers are also appointed by the
institute to look after building, class rooms, computer and electronic laboratories, generator
maintenance repair and replacement. The institute has an electrician to look after electrical
repairs and maintenance. A/c’s have been installed in computer lab. Auditorium is airconditioned and fully carpeted. TV installed in central atrium for business channels. LCDs
installed in all class rooms. RO is installed for clean drinking water. Institute is covered by
CCTV camera for security purposes. Polycon device is installed for video-conferencing.
Fire extinguishers on each floor have been installed. Institute has installed interactive white
boards for teaching learning process. Institute has a room of silence for meditation and yoga.
88 Does the College appoint staff for maintenance and repair? If not,
how are the infrastructure facilities, services and equipment
maintained? Give details.
Yes, institute has appointed staff for maintenance and repair. Computer lab is maintained
and managed by the system administrator who looks after the routine activities of computer
lab along with five lab assistants. For electrical maintenance and repairs it has two resident
engineers. For housekeeping it has a full time supervisor as well as contract with Nam
Source. The institute also has a contract with Balaji Detective Securities Services (I) Pvt.
Ltd. For full time round the clock security.
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CRITERION V: Student Support and Progression
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CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
5.1
Student Mentoring and Support
5.1.1 Does the College have an independent system for student support and mentoring? If
yes, what are its structural and functional characteristics?
Yes. The Institution has an independent system for students support and mentoring.
Student support is provided in various areas:
1. Financial Support: The institute has signed MOUs with Central bank and Punjab
National bank for Student Loans. Apart from this, waiver of tuition fee, providing
OJTs to students who are unable to pay fees and providing student platform for
final placement are some other ways by which institute provides financial support
to students.
2. Academic Support and Mentoring: Academic Support and Mentoring is provided
by having faculty coordinators for each program who ensure academic inputs
needed by students and mentors students. They also provide guidance to students
regarding choice of specialization subject, summer training, placements, etc.
Students also have faculty mentors for seminar presentations. The institute also has
two Counselors who tests students on language needs, aptitude needs etc. The
Institute has faculty mentors for summer training projects along with industry
mentors; and also for guiding major research projects undertaken by students.
3. Student Welfare Schemes: Student welfare schemes (scholarships, freeships,
insurance, etc) are provided by the institution. Personality enhancement and
development classes, career counseling, soft skill development, etc are available to
the students. Student participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities is
encouraged. The institution has a placement cell which helps to identify job
opportunities and grooms students for industry. The institute has an
entrepreneurship development cell of NEN to develop entrepreneurship skills
among students. The institution has a mechanism for timely redressal of student
grievances. The institute has functional clubs for providing practical insights,
industry orientation and updates, in form of lectures, workshops etc, for students
specializing in Marketing, Finance, International Business and Human Resources.
5.1.2 What provisions exist for academic mentoring apart from class room work?
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
Academic mentoring is provided to students by a system of faculty program
coordinators. Students are also mentored by faculty mentors for summer
training projects, major research projects etc.

The Institute has clubs for various specializations namely Finance Club,
Marketing Club, HR Club, International Business Club and Information
Technology Club. These clubs function under the mentorship of faculty
coordinators.

Students, as part of internal assessment, are required to give Seminar
presentations which they prepare under the guidance of faculty mentors. The
continuous evaluation scheme of institute also ensures continuous academic
mentoring.
5.1.3 Does the College provide personal enhancement and development schemes for
students?
If yes, describe techniques employed e.g., career 161 rganized 161 , soft skill
development, etc.
Yes, the institute has introduced various personal enhancement and development
schemes in association with various bodies like NEN, NSS, NSDC etc.
 In collaboration with MPCON institute conducted Women Entrepreneurship
Development Progamme for science graduate girls students of MBA programs, The
program was sponsored by Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development
Board (Department of Government).
 Retail Program of National Skills Development Certification (NSDC) in association
with Government of India has been launched, which benefits the students of all
programmes. The program is to empower the students with basic skills, so that he/she
gets more exposure in the market.
 Soft Skill Development: The institute has its unique regular assessment system for the
students. The assessment gives equal weightage to the written, verbal and presentation
skills, which is assessed by regular presentations, seminars, assignments and internal
test of the students. This process helps to identify slow learning students from the
advanced learning students. The institute regularly organizes symposium, seminar,
extra lectures and counseling session for helping cope up the slow learners in a
course. The advanced learners are given opportunities to presents their research work
in various national and international conferences and also are given platform to
conduct market survey and research for corporate and social topics.
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 Career Development Cell: The institute has Counsellors to mentor students. The
institute has Placement Cell which mentors students and provides support
activities.The Institute has Entrepreneurship Cell in association with NEN for
mentoring students.
 Language Development Cell: Foreign Languages like French, German, Chinese,
Spoken English are taught to students.
 Specialization Development Clubs: To give the practical edge to the students institute
provides a platform in
various areas of management in the form of clubs like
Marketing Club, HR Club, Finance Club, International Business club in which various
industry and academic experts are invited for interaction and other management
activities are also organized.
89 Does the College publish its updated prospectus and handbook
annually? If yes, what are the activities / information included /
provided to students through these documents? Is there a
provision for online access?
Yes. The Institute publishes information Brochure annually which is provided to all
the students along with the admission form. The brochure has detailed information
about the Institute’s infrastructure, vision and mission of the institute, courses
offered by the Institute, details of permanent faculty, and events / programs
organized by the Institute for the overall development of the students. This
Information brochure can be accessed online. The Institute also publishes a
magazine “Swagat” which contains all the information about faculty coordinators,
anti-ragging rules, events for the forthcoming year, staff and their functions etc. This
magazine is given to the students at the time of Invocation Ceremony.
5.1.5 Specify the type and number of scholarships / freeships given to students
(UG/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D./Diploma/others in tabular form) by the College Management
during the last four years. Indicate whether the financial aid was available on time.
Yes. The institute provides financial aid to the students on time. The scholarships is
given to the students by the Prestige Education Society. The institute also waives off
research centre fee of research scholars who have been appointed under College
Code
28. The institute has given educational assistance to eight students of Rs. 2, 21,900/this
year to the students. The Institute has MOU with Punjab National Bank and Central
Bank of India for providing education loan to the students.
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List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2009-10.
S.No.
Program
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(PT) I
1121304239
Rakesh Dubey
30,400.00
2.
MBA(PT) I
1121304264
Smita Sharma
30,400.00
3.
MBA(FT)-II
1121203310
Antim Darda
31,000.00
4.
Ph. D
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
5.
Ph D.
Swaranjeet Arora
3500.00
6.
Ph.D
Kalpana Agrawal
3500.00
7.
Ph. D.
Rajesh Janglawa
3500.00
8.
Ph. D.
Ashwini Sharma
3500.00
9.
Ph. D.
Alka Tomar
3500.00
10.
Ph. D.
Deepak Agrawal
3500.00
11.
Ph. D.
Anuja Mohanty
3500.00
12.
Ph. D.
Rishu Roy
3500.00
Total 1, 23, 300.00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2010-11.
S.No.
Program
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(PT) II
1121304239
Rakesh Dubey
30,400.00
2.
MBA(PT) II
1121304264
Smita Sharma
30,400.00
3.
MBA(PT) I
1121304611
Amit Temre
17,400.00
4.
MBA (PT) I
1121304612
Burhanuddin Bandukwala
8,700
5.
Ph. D
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
6.
Ph D
Swaranjeet Arora
3500.00
7.
Ph. D
Shuchi Sharma
3500.00
6.
Ph.D
Kalpana Agrawal
3500.00
7.
Ph. D.
Rajesh Janglawa
3500.00
8.
Ph. D.
Ashwini Sharma
3500.00
9.
Ph. D
Suyash Jhawar
3500.00
10.
Ph. D
Manish Pundik
3500.00
Total 1, 14, 900.00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2011-12.
S.No
Class
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
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.
1.
MBA(PT) II
1121304239
Rakesh Dubey
30,400.00
2.
MBA(PT) II
1121304264
Smita Sharma
30,400.00
3.
MBA(PT) I
1121304611
Amit Temre
17,400.00
4.
MBA (PT) I
1121304612
Burhanuddin Bandukwala
8,700
5.
MBA (FT) I
Apurva Jain
43,500
6.
MBA (MM) I
Mayank Tanted
14,500
7.
Ph. D
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
8.
Ph D
Swaranjeet Arora
3500.00
9.
Ph. D
Shuchi Sharma
3500.00
10
Ph. D.
Suyash Jhawar
3500.00
11.
Ph. D.
Vandita Joshi
3500.00
12.
Ph. D.
Shraddha Jain
3500.00
13.
Ph. D.
Rahul Jain
3500.00
14.
Ph. D.
Bharti Keswani
3500.00
15.
Ph. D.
Shuchi Mitta
3500.00
Total 1, 76,400.00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2012-13.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(FT)
Ajay Jaiswal
11,600.00
2.
MBA(IB)
Varun Pratap Singh
6,250.00
3.
MBA(IB)
Punit Kumar Jain
43, 500.00
3.
MBA(PT)
Amit Temre
17,400.00
4.
MBA (PT)
Burhanuddin Bandukwala
8,700
5.
MBA (PT)
Pawan Shriwas
29, 250.00
5.
MBA (FT)
Apurva Jain
43,500
6.
MBA (MM)
Mayank Tanted
14,500
7.
Ph. D
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
8.
Ph. D.
Shuchi Sharma
3500.00
9.
Ph. D
Khushboo Makwana
3500.00
10.
Ph. D.
Sarfaraz Ansari
3500.00
11.
Ph. D
Devendra Jain
3500.00
12
Ph. D.
Suyash Jhawar
3500.00
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13.
Ph. D.
Shweta Pandit
3500.00
14.
Ph. D.
Abdul Alim Khan
3500.00
15.
Ph. D.
Silky Janglani
3500.00
16.
Ph. D.
Harshvardhan Mankotia
3500.00
17.
Ph. D.
Dheeraj Tiwari
3500.00
Total 2, 21,900.00
5.1.6
What percentage of students receives financial assistance from state government,
central government and other national agencies? (e.g., Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan
Yojana (KVPY), SN Bose Fellow, etc.)
Students receive financial assistance from government by way of government
scholarship. The percentage of students who received financial assistance from state
government, central government and other national agencies are as follows:
S.N
o.
Year
1
200708
2
3
4
5
6
7
5.1.7
200809
200910
201011
201112
201213
201213
Appl Sancti O
ied
on
BC
SC
ST
TOT
AL
REMA
RK
Recevied/
Percentag
Sanctione
e
d Amount
1
1
1
0
0
1
PG
24000
100 %
38
30
13
9
8
30
UG/PG
712020
78.9 %
40
24
12
6
6
24
UG/PG
2415255
60 %
173
166
90
64
12
166
UG/PG
3755950
95.95%
257
208
66
0
208
UG/PG
7110720
80.9%
88
0
302
PG
315
66
302
41
14
2
21
4
41
95.87 %
10389820
0
0
41
UG
62.12 %
Does the College have an International Student Cell to cater to the needs of foreign
students? If so, what measures have been taken to attract foreign students?
The Institute has signed MOU with AISEC to attract foreign students for interacting
with students to provide students with a global exposure. So far 23 foreign students
have come to the institute and stayed for 6-14 weeks. The institute has faculty
coordinators to look after the foreign students.
List of Foreign Students who have visited the Campus in the year 2012
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S.No.
1
2
Name of Students
Name of Country
Bimba Batozhargalov
Russia
Ebtihal Ali Alshaikh Mohamed
Bahrain
Rehab Mohamed Amralla Qudratalla Jaafar
Bahrain
Fatima Ebrahim Ali Hassan Mohen
Bahrain
Cheng Chug Wei
Taiwan
Ali Riddah
Bahrain
Dalia Shaker
Egypt
Ahmed Hesham
Egypt
Monica Akram
Egypt
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
List of Foreign Students who have visited the Campus in the year 2013
S.No.
Name of Students
Name of Country
1
Natalia Sukhonava
Russia
2
Anastasiia Samoilenko
Russia
3
Jenan Hubail
Bahrain
4
Zainab Hasan
Bahrain
5
Fatima Sayed Qaher
Bahrain
6
Amr Shamel
Egypt
7
Sunny Li
China
8
Monica Cheung
China
List of Foreign Students who have visited the Campus in the year 2014
S.No.
Name of Students
Name of Country
1
Samoylenko Anastasia
Russia
2
Zhang Qiwen (Monica)
China
3
Fernanda Burgath
Brazil
4
Anastasiya Ivanitskaya
Ukrainian
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5.1.8
5
Meghan Blom
Ontario
6
Yao Hermann Ouffoue
Ivory Coast
What types of support services are available for
 Overseas students
The Institute is a member of AISEC which supports students from overseas universities. It
also
has
hostels
to
house
these
students.
The
institute
has
faculty
coordinators who look after all the needs of foreign students from visa to local hospitality to
academic involvement.
 Physically challenged / differently abled students
The state government norms for physically challenged students are adhered to at the time of
admission. As per Persons with Disability Act 2005, 3 percent seats are reserved for
physically challenged/ differently abled students. The institute has a campus which is friendly
to differently abled students. The facilities available in the campus for such students are Lift,
Railed staircases, ramps at the entrance and in the convention hall to name a few.
 SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
The institute has 50 percent reservation for SC, ST, and OBC students at the time of
admission. 20 % seats are reserved for ST; 16 % seats for SC and 14 % seats are reserved for
OBC category students. Other than this, these students are given following facilities:
 Institute fee instalment facility
 Waiver of late fees
 Scholarship, both public and private
 Loan facility from banks: The institute has MOU with Central Bank and Punjab
National Bank for student loan
 Students to participate in various competitions/conferences in India and abroad
The Institute regularly nominates the students to participate in various conferences and
competitions organized at national level. The registration fee and the lodging-boarding
charges and conveyance are borne by the Institute.
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 Health centre, health insurance etc.
The health services are made available to the students of the Institute which include Doctor
on Call and insurance coverage. The students are insured under students’ safety insurance
policy of United India insurance Company Limited. The institute has tie-up with Rajshree
Hospital in case of emergency.
 Skill development (spoken English, computer literacy, etc.,)
The Institute organizes Spoken English, Personality development workshops for the students.
The entire cost is borne by the Institute. The institute has a language lab and communication
skill is an integral part of the curriculum. The institute also provides inputs to students for
financial and technical programs. Besides this, certificate programs on excel training, NSE/
BSE modules, social media marketing, use of SPSS, Tally, e-accounting etc. is also arranged
for students.
 Performance enhancement for slow learners / students who are at risk of failure
and dropouts
 Extra classes for technical subjects form part of the curriculum.
 Students identified as slow learners are offered special classes for concept
development.
 Students are mentored by Program Coordinators.
 Exposure
of
students
to
other
institutions
of
higher
learning/
168rganized/business houses, etc.
 The Institute organizes Industry visit for the students to expose them to the corporate
world.
 The students compulsorily do a 6-8 weeks summer internship with industry during the
course of program.
 The institute has an entrepreneurship Cell which conducts programs throughout the
year and provides support to budding entrepreneurs.
 The institute calls faculty from abroad and renowned national and international
institutions to interact with students.
 Apart from that, senior executives from corporate are also invited to share their
knowledge and experiences with the students through Extra Mural lectures.
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 The institute arranges video conferencing talks with eminent faculty/ corporate
abroad.
 The institute invites a plethora of eminent academicians and corporate from India and
abroad during conferences, where they interact with students.
 Publication of student magazines
The Institute publishes students’ magazine “Pratishtha” annually, which contains articles,
poems, short stories, etc. contributed by students. This magazine is released on the occasion
of annual management fest “Manthan”.
5.1.9
Does the College provide guidance / coaching classes for Civil Services, Defense
Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations? If yes, what is the
outcome?
The institute has faculty counselors who counsel students applying for Civil
Services, Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations. It
encourages students to read magazines and newspapers and also organizes various
seminars and quizzes to help them increase their general knowledge, which
ultimately helps the students in aforementioned examinations. Besides this, the
institute regularly subscribes to the magazines like competition success and
newspapers in the library which can help the students crack these exams.
5.1.10
Mention the policies of the College for enhancing student participation in sports and
extracurricular activities through strategies such as
 Additional academic support, flexibility in examinations
The Institute nominates the students to take part in sport and extracurricular activities.
Special internal and external tests and classes are conducted for these students if they miss
the exam for such reasons. Students are encouraged to participate in national and
international conferences, case study workshops organized by the institute. Institute organize
inter collegiate competitions during the annual fest Manthan, Students also participate in
intercollegiate competitions organized by other colleges. The students have bagged many
prizes in these competitions. Students involved in organizing the programs and participating
in the competition are considered for attendance.
 Special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials
The Institute has a sports Room where sports material like chess board, table Tennis, etc. are
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available. It has two badminton and a playground for organizing Cricket matches, Volleyball
matches etc. The institute has a full time Sports officer who encourages sports students to
give their best on the field. The student’s travelling expenses, lodging, boarding and
registration fee for participating in outside events is paid by the institute. Physical Education
Department of the college possesses quality sports equipment, sports uniform provide
refreshment allowance in addition to other allowances to meet dietary requirement.
 Any other
 The Institute has Clubs namely Finance Club, HR Club, Marketing Club, IT Club and
International Business Club for conducting various activities in which students are
encouraged to participate.
 The Institute has a Rotaract Club and students organize and participate in various
social activities under this platform.
 The institute is also having NSS centre under the aegis of which various activities are
organized.
 The institute also organizes “Spardha”, annual sports festival to encourage students
take part in various sports activities.
 The institute organizes various national events for students such as Jigyasa (National
Research Paper Presentation Contest), Pragya (National Summer Training Report
Presentation Contest), Prayas (National Case Analysis and Presentation Contest),
Pratibimb (National film Festival), Srijan (National Software Development Contest)
etc.
 The Institute has Faculty coordinator for outside student activities.
5.1.11
Does the College have an institutionalized mechanism for placement of its students?
What services are provided to help students identify job opportunities, prepare
themselves for interview, and develop entrepreneurship skills?
Yes. The institute has a Placement Cell which works to ensures high placement for all
its students. Along with this, special workshops, seminars, counseling sessions are
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also organized regularly for the students to facilitate active learning and grooming to
all.
The Institute also has NEN (National Entrepreneurship Netwrok) cell which organizes
various programs to help students develop entrepreneurship skills. The cell primarily
provides students with the details of technical and financial factors related to business
ventures. The cell also guides the students on how to pursue their ventures, arrange
for financial assistance etc.
The Placement cell of the institute acts as the link between the academics and the
Industry. Its objective is to provide a career and not just a job, to the MBA students.
 The Placement Cell has a structured process to attract organizations for Campus
Recruitment.
 The Placement Cell also has a strong and efficient team of student placement
coordinators, who facilitate the entire campus hiring process.
 Regular industry visits, Placement Brochure, Placement Portal are few of the
important mechanisms used to attain the Placement Cells objective.
 The Placement Cell also assesses students need through various aptitude tests to
identify Personality Development needs of the students.
 It also organized Extra Mural Lectures and sectoral training for students.
 Students are sent on Placement Tour every year to encourage corporate to visit
campus for placement.
 Placement Cell also helps students in summer training by getting companies on
campus for Summer Internship.
5.1.12
Give the number of students selected during campus interviews by different
employers (list the employers and the number of companies who visited the campus
annually for the last four years).
Number of Companies visited in 2012-14: 124
Number of Companies visited in 2011-13: 92
Number of Companies visited in 2010-12: 68
Number of Companies visited in 2009-11: 41
The list of companies that visited campus in last four years is as follows:
Batch 2012-14
Sr
No Company
1 Adani Wilmar
Aditya Birla
2 Finance
3 Airtel
4 Amercian Express
Batch 2011-13
Batch 2010-12
Company
IMRB
Company
Mphasis
Hamdard
Laboratories
JK Cements
Batch 2009-2011
Company
Nestle Ajcon IT
Teach For India
ANS Placements LTD
Asian Paints
Coke
Nomura AXIS Bank
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5 Angel Broking
6 Asahi Glass
Ashiana Housing
7 Pvt Ltd
8
9
10
11
Asian Paints
AVON Contracting
Axis Bank
Babal Pipes
12 Batch Masters
13 Berger Paints
14 Bio Urja
15 Bonanza
16 Brand Concepts
Bulwark
17 Technologies
18 Bureau Veritas
19 Capital Height
20 Capital Via
21 Carwale
22 Cavin Care
23 Centrum Direct Ltd
Clear Trail
24 Technologies
Codeware
25 Technologies
26 Colgate Palmolive
27 Dabur India Ltd
28
29
30
31
32
Dainik Bhaskar
DCB
Deloitte
DLF Pramerica Life
Dmart
DSP Delivery
Service
Provider(Govt
33 Undertaking)
34 DTDC
35 EcoPlanet
36 Edelweiss
Ruchi Soya
Kirloskar
Ferrous
Vardhman
Textiles
Capital Via
Asian Paints
Ranbaxy
Asiana Housing
Shree Tirupati
Balaji
LCA
Productions
Capital IQ
Times Group
SBI Mutual
Funds
Cholamandalam
Powertrain
Consultants
India First Life
Insurance
HIT 95FM
HDFC MF
Greenback
Forex
Indus Ind Bank
Xion India
Vinayak
Shipping
Deloitte
Spandana
Sphoorty
Finance Ltd
Star Line
Container
S&P Capital IQ
HSBC
Berger Paints
Just Miss Call
Tata
International
Fluidra India
Shakti Pumps
Naukri.Com
HDFC Bank Bhatia International
Global Research
Maersk
Johnson and
Johnson
Greenback Forex
TCS
Times Group
Powertech
Automation
Capital Via
Coke India
Deccan Vehicles
Enking International
Gandhi Fellowship
Glenmark Pharma
HDFC Bank
HDFC Housing Ltd
Prestige Group
Yes Pay HDFC Life
MY FM Hyderabad Industries Ltd
ICICI Securities
Macleodspharma
Snap Deal .com
Indigo Airlines
NGO Healthy
Indore
Shakti Pumps
Kotak Mahindra
Life
Indi a Infoline
ICICI Bank
ICICI Securities
Idea Cellular
ISC Software Ltd
Jaipur Rugs
JK Agri Genetics
Johnson and Johnson
Kotak Securities
Krishna Innovations
Shoppers Stop
Goo20
Mahindra Finance
Technologies
Berger Paints Mexus Education
MP Stock Exchange
MGH
eClerx
Reckitt Benckiser
Asian Paints
TNT
Jaro Education
Nestle
Nomura
Reckitt Bnckiser
Shakti Pumps
Sri Marketing
Star Union Dai Chi
Viscus Infotek
Deloitte Tata International
Power Train
TCS
Consultants
ITC The LOOT store
172
37 Eureka Forbes
Finassure Financial
38 Services
39
40
41
42
43
Force Motors
Franchaise India
FYI Foods
Genpact
Globe Teleservices
44 Godfrey Phillips
45 Greenback Forex
46 HDFC MF
47 Heavens Biotech
HI Tech Auto
48 Services Pvt Ltd
49 Hind Pharma
50 ICICI Pru
51 ICICI Securities
52 IMRB
53 Indore Infoline
Keen N Able
54 Systems
55 Kriti Industries
56 L&T Finance
57 Lalaji Spices
58 Lotus Exim
59 M Leader
ICICI Securities
SAG Infotek Times Group
Times Group
Navigator
Shipping and
Logistica LLC
Kotak Life
Gift Inc
ITC
Pepsico
AKA
Consultants
Dun and
Bradstreet
Capital Heights
ICIC I Bank
iRelays
Kent RO
MP Stock
Exchange
Colgate
Palmolive
Ways2Capital
Country Club
Pinnacle Career
Institute
Luminous
Batteries
Nestle
XL Dynamics
Vaibhav Global
Dainik Bhaskar
South Indian
Bank
Reliance
Securities
60 Machintel
Magic
Holidays(Panoramic Reckitt
61 Group)
Benckiser
62 Mahindra Finance
Zomato
Caparo
63 Mahindra Holidays Engineering
Kotak
64 Mancer Consultants Securities
Markets and
65 Markets
MP Govt
Markoline Infra Pvt Airen
66 Ltd
Automobiles
Laxmi Land
67 Monster Instinct
Developers
TNT
Central Bank of Unicorn School Of Business
India
Ranbaxy Wow Communications
Woodlands Ziva Spa
Capital Via
SBI General
Future Group
AUDI Indore
Arthik Bazaar
Marvie and Beck
Beauty Solutions
One Shop Tel
Bio Urja
Thyssenkrupp
Elevators
TTK Prestige
Star Line
Container
Venilaxmi Import
and Exports
Sava Pharma
Cera Gems
Post Office
Shakti Pumps
Vodafone
Titan Industries
R K Signature
Laminates
Airtel
Infosys
Star Phones
R K Organization
Angel Broking
Tata AIG
Eureka Forbes
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68 MY FM
69 Naukri .com
70 Nestle
Pearson Education
71 Services
72 Pepsico
Prakash Asphalting
73 and Toll Highways
74 Pratibha Syntex
75 QnA International
QPID Outsourcing
76 Pvt Ltd
Rainmaker
77 Advertising
Ramangad
78 Marketing
79
80
81
82
Ranbaxy
Reliance Retail
Ruchi Group
Rukmani Motors
83 S&P Capital IQ
84 Sagar Group
85 Sai Enterprises
Samcraft
86 Technologies
87 Samyak Education
Saroj Prasad Gupta
88 and Sons
89 Satnam Plastics
SBI Capital
90 Securities
Scaleban
91 Equipments
92
93
94
95
96
Shakun Distributors
Shankar Soya
Shanti Oversears
Shubh Construction
Sita Shree Foods
Sky Earth
97 Developers
SSS Security
98 Services
Surya Madhya
99 Agriculture
Flexituff
Market
Magnify
Johnson and
Johnson
Mahindra
Finance
Sunshine
Personal Care
Pvt Ltd
HDFC
Epic Research
Carwale
Axis Bank
Bridgestone
Indian
Microsystem
IFFKO TOKIO
Jubilant
Industries
Trifid Research
Appco Group
3M Securities
Oyster
Infrastructure
RTO
SCC Projects
HDFC Bank
Lexi Pens
Anik Industries
ICICI Bank
Codeware
Technologies
Infosys
Mondiale
Merchantile
Pvt. Ltd.
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100 Suvidha Auto Gas
Suvidhinath
101 Electronics Pvt Ltd
Svizera Health
102 Remedies
103 Swastika Investmart
104 Tata Docomo
105 Teleperformance
106 Tirupati Balaji Agro
107 Total Logistics
108 Trident Group
109 Trifid Research
110 TTK Prestige
111 UFO Moviez
112 Universal Hunt
113 Varnita Textiles
114 VIP Bags
115 Vodafone
116 Volvo Eicher
Wide Vision
117 Technologies
118 Yash Technologies
119 Zomato
120 Zoot Advertising
121 TCS
122 IBM
123 CSC
124 Cognizant
Placement Record 2008-10
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No.
Name of Students
1 Abhishek Anthony
2
Abhishek Singh
Thakur
3 Aman Preet Duggal
4 Amit Bariya
5 Amit Jaiswal
6
Anant Laxman
Wakde
7 Anil Kumar Ahirwar
8 Antim Darda
Course
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
Specialization
Specialization
Name of Company
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
Trikona Digital
Network
Marketing
Finance
ITC
Marketing
Finance
Reliance
Communications
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Karvy Consultancy
Marketing
Finance
Ramdev Baba Real
Estate
HR
Marketing
First Source
175
9 Arvind Virde
10 Asha Chouhan
11 Ashish Kumar
12 Ankit Gangwar
13 Ankit Maheshwari
14 Ashish Pagare
15 Bhavna Meghnani
16 Deepak Yadav
17 Deepti Agarwal
18 Diksha Motwani
19 Gaurav Gupta
20 Gaurav Rathoud
21 Gaurav Saryam
22 Gautam Singar
23 Gourav Singh
24 Hemant Jharia
25 Hitesh Tourani
26 Imran Ali
27 Jitendra Prasad
28 K.Ramasubramanian
29
Kamlesh Kumar
Parteti
30 Kanchan Pahuja
31 Kanika Beesani
32 Kanika Sharma
33 Kapil Raghav
34 Kavita Godhwani
35 Khushboo Mittal
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
Finance
Marketing
Oriental Bank of
Commerce
HR
Marketing
First Source
Finance
Marketing
Nomura
Finance
Marketing
SBI
Marketing
Finance
Vijaya Plywoods Ltd
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
HR
Marketing
First Source
HR
Marketing
First Source
Marketing
Finance
Aspire Human Capital
Marketing
Finance
Nomura
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
Marketing
Finance
Bhaskar Group
Marketing
Finance
Asian Paints
Finance
Markting
Bhaskar Group
Finance
Marketing
TCIL
Finance
Marketing
TCIL
Finance
Marketing
Nomura
HR
Marketing
Axis Bank
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
HR
Marketing
Times Group
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
176
36
Mahendra Singh
Niranjan
37 Mahesh Sharma
38 Manish Kotwani
39 Megha Sakalley
40 Mohit Kashyap
41 Mukul Maheshwari
42 Neha Chopra
43 Nilesh Borkute
44 Nitesh Pal
45 Naval Kishore
46 Pooja Arora
47 Poonam Choudhary
48 Pradeep Dhurwey
49 Pratesh Agrawal
50 Preeti Bagri
51 Preeti Shukla
52 Priya Daur
53 Priyanka Joshi
54 Priyanka Pawar
55 Ravi Patel
56 Radhika Mittal
57 Ruchi Saini
58 Ruchir Mantri
59 Roopa Nankani
60 Rupal L.K.Pathak
61 Sakshi Parwal
62
Santosh Kumar
Panika
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
Marketing
Finance
Karvy Consultancy
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Markting
kotak Securities
Finance
Markting
kotak Securities
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
SBI
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Finance
Markting
kotak Securities
Marketing
Finance
TCIL
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Karvy Consultancy
HR
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Karvy Consultancy
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Maruti Suzuki My Car
Marketing
HR
Berger Paints
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
HR
Capital Via
Arihant Capital
Market
Trikona Digital
Network
Reliance
Communications
Reliance
Communications
Reliance
Communications
Reliance
Communications
Reliance
Communications
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63 Santosh Mahobia
64 Santosh Majhi
65 Satish Kumar Sahu
66 Seema Karhadkar
67 Shajel Patni
68 Shakil Ahmad Khan
69 Sharad Kumar
70 Sheetal Jain
71 Shilpa Jaiswal
72 Shubham Sohni
73 Smita Renwal
74 Stuti Rawat
75 Sunil Shivhare
76 Sweety Pahuja
77 Sweta Suman Minz
78 Tanvi Upadhyay
79 Tina Bajaj
80 Umesh David Baxla
81 Upendra Kumar Gore
82
Upendra Singh
Panwar
83 Vidhi Desai
84 Vikas Saxena
85 Vikas Singh Sisodiya
86 Vipin Patel
87 Vishal Chhatri
88 Vishwaraj Solanki
89 Jayesh Vyas
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA
(Core)
MBA(FT)
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Marketing
HR
ICFAI
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
Peoples Samachar
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
HR
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Karvy Consultancy
Marketing
Finance
Baba Ramdev Real
Estate
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Standard Chartered
Marketing
Finance
Peoples Samachar
Marketing
Finance
Peoples Samachar
Marketing
Finance
Peoples Samachar
Marketing
Finance
Peoples Samachar
Marketing
Finance
Peoples Samachar
Marketing
Finance
Berger Paints
Finance
Marketing
Karvy Consultancy
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Finance
Marketing
Foreign Trade
Foreign Trade
Oriental Bank of
Commerce
TCIL
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90 Ankit Bajaj
MBA(FT)
Foreign Trade
Foreign Trade
Trikona Digital
Network
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Name
ARUN KUMBHAKAR
AALOK KUMAR
BHUNJIYA
ABHIJIT KUMAR PATHAK
ABHINAV JAIN
ADITI LAHOTI
AJAY ARYA
AKASH SONI
AKHIL SAIGAL
AMITA AGRAWAL
ANUBHAV GEETEY
ANUSHREE GADRE
APEKSHA GUNDE
ARPIT KAMRA
ARTI RAGHUWANSHI
DINESH KUMAR
GANESH PRASAD
PRAJAPATI
GAURAV VYAS
HARSHITA KAPOOR
HEMANT AGRAWAL
ISHAN TRIVEDI
JASPREET SINGH
JUHI JAIN
KIRAN JADHAW
MANEESHA JHARIA
MANISH KUMAR
KHANDEKAR
MANISH SUTHAR
MANOJ VAISHNAW
NANDITA NARANG
PALAK PARWAL
PANKAJ BORSE
PANKAJ PATEL
PANKAJ RAI
PAVAN KUMAR SHARMA
POOJA MANGAL
PRAMOD JHADHAV
PREETI VERMA
PRINCE MAHESHWARI
PUSHPENDRA SINGH
PRIYANKA JAISINGHANI
RADHIKA MANTRI
Specialization
FINANCE
Specialization
MARKETING
Organization
Nomura
MARKETING
SYSTEMS
ISC Software Ltd
HR
FINANCE
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
FINANCE
FINANCE
HR
HR
FINANCE
FINANCE
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
HR
HR
FINANCE
FINANCE
SYSTEMS
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
FINANCE
ANS Placements LTD
ICICI Bank
ICICI Bank
Mexus Education
ICICI Bank
Tata International
Capital Via
Johnson and Johnson
TNT
ANS Placements LTD
Nomura
Capital Via
HDFC Life
MARKETING
HR
Star Union Dai Chi
MARKETING
HR
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
HR
FINANCE
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
HR
FINANCE
TCS
Kotak Securities
Capital Via
Star Union Dai Chi
Capital Via
ICICI BANK
Krishna Innovations
ANS Placements LTD
MARKETING
FINANCE
ICICI Securities
FINANCE
MARKETING
FINANCE
HR
MARKETING
MARKETING
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
HR
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
FINANCE
HR
MARKETING
SYSTEMS
FINANCE
SYSTEMS
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
FINANCE
HR
FINANCE
FINANCE
Kotak Securities
AXIS Bank
Nomura
TNT
ICICI Securities
Nestle
HDFC Housing Ltd
Star Union Dai Chi
Capital Via
Capital Via
Jaipur Rugs
Reckitt Bnckiser
Asian Paints
HDFC Bank
ICICI Bank
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42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
RAHUL JAIN
RATNESH GIRADKAR
REEMA JAIN
ROHIT SONI
ROOPAL TYAGI
RUCHI KATARE
SANDEEPRAJ KANERIYA
SAURABH KHADIWAL
SHAILESH PREM SHAH
SHIVANI PATEL
SHREYA ARORA
SHREYA TALWAR
SUDEEP SONI
SWATI JAIN
SWATI SOOD
TAPISH CHANDWASKAR
UTSAV MAKWANA
VARUN SHEDHANI
VIJAY ARYA
VIJAY DHAKITE
FINANCE
MARKETING
FINANCE
MARKETING
HR
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
FINANCE
FINANCE
MARKETING
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
FINANCE
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
SYSTEMS
MARKETING
FINANCE
MARKETING
SYSTEMS
PRODUCTION
HR
HR
MARKETING
HR
HR
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
SYSTEMS
MARKETING
MARKETING
HR
SYSTEMS
61
VIMAL KANT PAREEK
MARKETING
FINANCE
62
63
64
VIPUL CHOUHAN
Dipesh Asati
Somya Samaiya
FINANCE
65
AAKASH GOUTAM
66
AMIT GUPTA
67
AMIT JAIN
68
ANIL GAUTAM
69
ANKUR JAIN
70
ANKUR SINGHAL
71
APURVA HETAWAL
72
ARUN KUMAR RAY
73
ASHU TIWARI
74
DILIP WADHWANI
75
DIVY MITTAL
76
DIVYA BHANDARI
77
GAURAV PARULKAR
MARKETING
MARKETING
MARKETING
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
FINANCE
Capital Via
TCS
Capital Via
Asian Paints
ANS Placements LTD
HDFC Bank/TCS
Glenmark Pharma
Capital Via
Capital Via
Kotak Securities
Coke India
Capital Via
Capital Via
Capital Via
Mahindra Finance
MP Stock Exchange
TCS
Kotak Securities
ICICI BANK
Capital Via
Hyderabad Industries
Ltd
Reckitt Benckiser
ICICI Securities
ICICI BANK
The LOOT Stores
ICICI Securities
The LOOT Stores
Star Union Dai Chi
ICICI Bank
Star Union Dai Chi
HDFC Bank
The LOOT Stores
ICICI Bank
Sri Marketing
The LOOT Stores
Times Group
HDFC Bank
180
78
KUSHAL NARANG
79
MANU JAIN
80
MOHAMMAD FIROZ
KHAN
81
NILESH JAIN
82
PAWAN SENGAR
83
PRABODH NAGAR
84
PRACHI BALWANI
85
PRIYANKA HARNE
86
PRIYANKA KUMARI
87
PURUSHOTTAM
PRAJAPATI
88
RINKU GOUD
89
ROHAN AHUJA
90
ROHIT GAWDE
91
RUCHI SHARMA
92
SHUDDHA JAIN
93
SHOBHIT JAIN
94
SHOBHIT MALAKAR
95
SHRIKANT BUDHOLIA
96
SNEHA KADOO
97
SONIA SAHU
98
SUNIL CHOUDHARY
99
SUNIL SINGH
UCHCHARYA
100
SUYASH SHRIMALI
101
TANUSHREE CHAMARIA
102
YUVRAJ SINGH
SIKARWAR
103
Ankit Jajoo
104
Avni Ajmera
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
Marketing
Mangement
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
Hyderabad Industries
Ltd
ICICI Bank
Capital Via
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
Hyderabad Industries
Ltd
Ziva Spa
Star Union Dai Chi
HDFC Bank
Star Union Dai Chi
Gandhi Fellowship
ICICI Securities
ICICI Bank
Coke India
Johnson and Johnson
ICICI Bank
Mahindra Finance
JK Agri Genetics
Mexus Education
Star Union Dai Chi
Star Union Dai Chi
Mexus Education
Idea Cellular
Coke India
Idea Cellular
Wow
Communications
Ajcon IT
181
105
Belinda Francis
106
Ghanshyam Pareek
107
Nidhi Bhalla
108
Prateek Jajoo
109
Rishabh Agrawal
110
Anuja Mathur
111
Prashant Singh Bhadoria
112
ADITI CHHABRA
113
AMOL NAWAL
114
ASHISH SATANKAR
115
DILIP KUMAR TRIPATHI
116
MAHENDRA SINGH
SIMOL
117
MRIDULA BASTANI
118
PRANAY MAHESHWAR
119
PRIYANKA SHANDILYA
120
121
PRIYANKA
SHRIVASTAVA
RAMESHWAR PRASAD
TIWARI
122
SACHIN VERMA
123
SHIVYA JAIN
124
SHUBHAM NAWAB
125
SONAL YADAV
126
SONAM KULKARNI
127
SNIGDHA GUPTA
128
SURBHI SAXENA
129
UDAYAN MISHRA
130
VIPLOVE JAIN
131
VIVEK SINGH DEWRA
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
MBA(Foreign
Trade)
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
Vippy Solvex
Shakti Pumps
Vippy Solvex
Wow
Communications
Enking International
Shakti Pumps
Deccan Vehicles
Vippy Solvex
Idea Cellular
Unicorn School Of
Business
Star Union Dai Chi
HDFC Life
Star Union Dai Chi
The LOOT store
Star Union Dai Chi
ICICI Bank
Bhatia International
Shakti Pumps
Mahindra Finance
Bhatia International
Mexus Education
Bhatia International
HDFC Bank
ICICI Bank
HDFC Life
Mexus Education
Bhatia International
182
Placement Record 2010-12
Sr
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Name
Abhiruchi Arora
Abhishek Singh
Bais
Akash Kataria
Akhilesh Jat
Akshay Deshmukh
Anil kumbhakar
Anima Jain
Ankit Malviya
Chitra Nair
Dhara Jain
Divakar Sharma
Gaurav Katariya
Gourav Saxena
Hemant Kaushal
Kamine Jaiswal
Kamlesh Kumar
Patel
Kanchan Nayak
Kapil MeHRa
Leeladhar
Harphode
Lijo C. George
Lokendra Bhati
Mahima BoHRa
Manish Kumar
Tiwari
Manish Salvi
Monika Shrivastav
Nachiket Goyal
Narendra Kumar
Sahu
Navneet Kumar
Neha Agarwal
Niharika Singh
Nitin Chourasia
Nitin Kushwaha
Palak Agrawal
Pankaj Lodwal
Prabhjot Kaur
Baveja
Pratiksha Saxena
Priyanka Gandhi
Priyanka
Maheshwari
Pulkit Sahni
Specialization
Finance
Specialization
Marketing
Organization
Kotak Mahindra Life
Finance
Marketing
Eclerx
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
HR
Marketing
HR
Marketing
HR
Operations
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Central Bank of India
Capital Via
Vodafone
Central Bank of India
Capital Via
SAG Infotek
ICICI Bank
Global Research
ICICI Bank
Star Phones
Greenback Forex
Global Research
Star Phones
Finance
Marketing
Star Phones
Finance
Finance
HR
Marketing
Central Bank of India
ICICI Bank
Finance
System
ICICI Bank
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Asian Paints
Greenback Forex
SBI General
Finance
HR
Global Research
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
Marketing
HR
Capital Via
Nomura
Eclerx
Finance
Marketing
Infosys BPO
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Star Phones
Central Bank of India
Kotak Mahindra Life
Greenback Forex
Nomura
Shoppers Stop
Star Phones
Finance
HR
Greenback Forex
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
HDFC Bank
Arthik Bazaar
Finance
Marketing
Snap Deal
Finance
Marketing
Greenback Forex
183
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
Purvi Gupta
Rashi OHRi
Renuka Dubey
Ritika Anurag
Ritu Pandey
Ronak Sharma
Sandeep Saini
Sangya Parashar
Sanjay Prajapati
Saurabh Chouksey
Savita Mourya
Shikha Dugged
Shivali Chordia
Siddharth Bhatt
Sonal Agrawal
Stuti Agrawal
Urvi Khanna
Vikram Amarji
Vinayak Singh
Parihar
Vipin Kumar Jatav
Vishal Verma
Vivek Rai
Yogesh Kukreja
Ankita Jain
Iram Ahmed
Kapil Pathunda
Poly Jharia
Runzun Mittal
Shelly Shandilya
Shruti Gore
Vibhuti Singh
Abhishek Chhari
Ali Asghar
Antim Tegar
Arpan S. Ramtek
Arpit Parmar
Ashwini Pawde
Atul Kothana
Brijendra Kaurav
Dhruv Vyas
Gulshan Chawla
Gyan Singh Pawar
Idris Khan
Lokendra Singh
Mahesh Gupta
Murtaza
Nahargarhwala
Nilesh Dongre
Nitin Choudhary
Priya George
Qasim Saify
Rohan Patil
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
Marketing
HR
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Systems
HR
Marketing
HR
Marketing
HR
Marketing
TCS
Snap Deal
Capital Via
Greenback Forex
One Stop Tel
Times Group/Asian Paints
Capital Via
HDFC Bank
Global Research
Star Phones
BIO Urja
TCS
Post Office
BIO Urja
BIO Urja
TCS
Greenback Forex
Star Phones
Finance
Marketing
Reckitt Benckiser
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
HR
HR
HR
HR
HR
HR
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
HR
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
HR
Finance
Operations
Finance
Finance
HR
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
HR
ICICI Bank
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
ITC
Venilaxmi Import and Exports
Viscus Infoech
One Stop Tel
Woodlands
Central Bank of India
TCS
Capital Via
Kotak Mahindra Life
ICICI BANK
Kotak Mahindra Life
Star Phones
Audi/Airtel
ICICI BANK
Nestle
Greenback Forex
Star Phones
Johnson and Johnson
Greenback Forex
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
Star Phones
Woodlands
Marketing
Finance
Reckitt Benckiser
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Production
Finance
HR
HR
ICICI Bank
ICICI Bank
Jaro Education/Sava Pharma
Airtel
Star Phones
184
91
92
93
94
95
97
98
99
100
Samar Ojha
Saurabh Tiwari
Seema Rai
Shivesh Sharma
Shruti Bajpai
Sudhakar Singh
Tomar
Sumit Arya
Vikas Nema
Abhiram Shivhare
Apurva Bichotia
101
Aaditya Namdeo
102
Anushree Tiwari
103
Ankit Soni
104
Ankit Verma
105
Ayush Tiwari
106
Bharat Makhijani
107
Deepak Dawande
108
Deepak Patidar
109
Devendra Ahirwar
110
Divya Saini
111
Gagandeep Singh
Kohli
112
Girish Dhomne
113
Happy Arora
114
Harshini
Champawat
115
Pawan Sawasiya
116
Prahlad Patel
117
Prashant Dubey
118
Preeti Kohli
119
Rahul Anand
120
Rahul Jain
121
Ram B. Soni
96
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Systems
Operations
Finance
HR
HR
SAG Infotek
MY FM
Powertrain
ICICI Bank
Marvie and Beck Beauty Solutions
Marketing
Finance
ICICI Securities
Marketing
Marketing
System
Finance
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
HR
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
India Infoline
ICICI Bank
Ranbaxy
Global Research
ICICI Bank
Arthik Bazaar
ICICI Bank
Powertech Automation
Airtel
Jaro Education/TTK Prestige
Airtel
ICICI Bank
Star Phones
Woodlands
Kotak Mahindra Life
SBI General
MGH
Times Group
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
Reckitt Benckiser
TATA AIG
ITC
Venilaxmi Import and Exports
Nestle
185
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Roshni Lalwani
Management
Marketing
Sana Rafiq
Management
Sanjay Kumar
Marketing
Patidar
Management
Marketing
Sanjay Sharma
Management
Shashi Bhooshan
Marketing
Tiwari
Management
Marketing
Shivesh Kehari
Management
Shubham
Marketing
Tamarkar
Management
Marketing
Surendra Pandey
Management
Marketing
Swati Singh
Management
Thansingh
Marketing
Sanodiya
Management
Marketing
Tony Malviya
Management
Marketing
Vidushi Johri
Management
Marketing
Vijay Rathore
Management
Marketing
Vijay Tomer
Management
Marketing
Vikramjeet Baghel
Management
Marketing
Virendra Kumar
Management
Marketing
Prince Verma
Management
Aditya Kumar
International
Goyal
Business
International
Akash Singh
Business
International
Ankit Sachdev
Business
International
Anushri Tiwari
Business
International
Apurva Sharma
Business
International
Dipendra Dhaliwal
Business
International
Garima Nawani
Business
International
Gloris Philip
Business
International
Hemant Verma
Business
Ranjeet Thakur
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
Powertrain
Nestle
MGH
ICICI Bank
ICICI Bank
Future Group
ICICI Bank
Nestle
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
Star Phones
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
HDFC Bank
Star Phones
Star Phones
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
ICICI BANK
Star Phones
Arthik Bazaar
Maersk
Nomura
Maersk
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
Star Phones
186
149
Himanshu Jhalani
150
Kirtiraj Singh
Kourav
151
Mustafa Roshan
152
Narendra Singh
Thakur
153
Parshav Shah
154
Radhika Rathi
155
Rajat Vijayvargiya
156
Ravi Pratap Singh
Chauhan
157
Sanchita Hablani
158
Sandeep Gehlot
159
Sanjay Sahu
160
Shilpa Thakur
161
Sourav Kabra
162
Surya Pratap
Singh Gautam
163
Swati Sengar
164
Tanya Shukla
165
Vijay Sawarker
166
Vikas Patel
167
168
169
Yogendra Singh
Rajput
Chitrank Singh
Chitrarth Sharma
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
Foreign Trade
Foreign Trade
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
Foreign Trade
Foreign Trade
Kotak Mahindra Life
ICICI Bank
Kotak Mahindra Life
RK Organisation
Snap Deal
Maersk
Star India Container Line
RK Organisation
RK Organisation
Star Phones
ICICI Bank
Maersk
ICICI Securities
HDFC Bank
Star Phones
SBI General
ICICI Bank
HDFC Bank
Eureka Forbes
SAVA Pharmaceuticals
Maersk
PLACEMENT RECORD 2011-2013
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No
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2
3
4
Name
Aayush Singhal
Aazad Chaturvedi
Abhi Jain
Abhinav Soni
5 Abhishek Uprin
6 Aditi Phanse
Specialization
Specialization
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
HR
Organization
Colgate Palmolive
Just Miss Call
Mahindra Finance
ICICI Securities
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
Epic Research
187
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Aditya Dixit
Aditya Kothari
Ajay Bhumarkar
Ajay Jaiswal
Ajay Singh Rajpoot
Akash Gupta
Akash Taneja
Amita Singh
Anjali Chhabria
16
17
18
19
Anjali Dhoot
Ankit Jain
Ankit Jain
Ankit Kumar Gupta
20 Ankit Mundra
21 Ankit Singh Rajpal
22 Ankur Sen
23 Ankush Thakre
24 Anshul Malhotra
25 Anshul Verma
26 Anurag Chatterjee
27 Apurva Jain
28 Arjun Jat
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Ashish Shukla
Ashutosh Soni
Atishay Jain
Chandni Kumari
Chandrakant
Choudhary
Chandrapal Sing
Gour
Chitra Roopramka
Deepak Kumar
Desh Deepak Verma
Devendra Kumar
Farkade
39 Dharanidhar Dwivedi
40 Dinesh Pawar
Gagandeep Singh
41 Saluja
42 Gaurav Jain
43 Gaurav Soni
44 Gopal Pandey
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
HR
Marketing
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
HR
Finance
Marketing
HR
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
HR
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
HR
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Operations
Finance
Marketing
Finance
HR
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Epic Research
Anik Industries
Capital Height
Ways2Capital
XL Dynamics
ICICI Securities
Capital IQ
IndusInd Bank
Epic Research
Just Miss
Call/Shivalik Vyapar
Capital Via
XL Dynamics
ICICI Securities
Kent RO Systems Pvt
Ltd
ICICI Bank
ICICI Bank
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
Nestle
Asian Paints
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
ICICI Bank
Airen Automobiles
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
Luminous India
Epic Research
Xion Adverstising
Market Magnify
Asian Paints
Epic Research
Asian Paints
Capital Height
Times of India
Kent RO Systems Pvt
Ltd
Capital Via
Deloitte
ICICI Bank
Just Miss Call
Epic Research/ICICI
Bank
188
47
48
Govind Kumar
Mandloi
Harshal Sitlani
Hemant Singh
Sisodiya
Himanshu Jagwani
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
Jignesh Upadhyay
Kamta Prasad Rathor
Kapil Lambhate
Kirti Kumbhare
Krati Soni
Lakhan Patidar
Leela Dhar Rathore
Mahendra Rathod
Manendra Kumar
58
59
60
61
62
Manish Malviya
Manisha Verma
Mayank Jain
Mehak Malhotra
Misha Jain
Mohammed Arshad
Khan
Monika Punjabi
Namrata Chandwani
Neha Bangad
Neha Sharma
Nisarga Agrawal
Nitesh Chouhan
Palash Sethi
Paridhi Chouhan
Pooja Awasthi
Pooja Sachdev
Pooja Soni
Poonam Gautam
Prabhanjan Mishra
Prasoon Pathak
Praveen Regar
Preet Kawal Singh
Rahul Giloliya
Rajkumar Saket
Ram Babu Shakya
Ram Naresh Singh
Rameshver Dongre
Ramkrishna
Beththore
Richa Soni
45
46
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
HR
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Systems
HR
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Production
HR
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
HR
HR
HR
HR
Marketing
Marketing
HR
Marketing
Systems
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Finance
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
HR
Just Miss Call/Akash
Namkeen
Epic Research
Bridgestone
ITC
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
Just Miss Call
Capital IQ
Capital Height
Mahindra Finance
Epic Research
Just Miss Call
Epic Research
ICICI Bank
Pinnacle Career
Institute
Capital Height
IndusInd Bank
Capital IQ
Epic Research
Luminous India
Just Miss Call
Deloitte
Greenback Forex
Kotak Life
ICICI Bank
Airen Automobiles
Xion Adverstising
XL Dynamics
XL Dynamics
Epic Research
ICICI Bank
Indian Microsystem
ICICI Securities
ICICI Securities
Just Miss Call
Deloitte
Nestle
Country Club
Trifid Research
Country Club
Capital Via
Country Club
Epic Research
189
Ripudaman Parihar
Ritesh Vijayvargiya
Rituraj Kushwah
Rubeena Parveen
Sachin Chouhan
Sagar Singh Jatav
Sandeep Patidar
Santosh Prajapati
Saurabh Rijhwani
Sayma Choudhary
Shahista Qureshi
Shailendra Kumar
98 Ban
99 Shashank Renwal
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
HR
Finance
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Shilpy Saluja
HR
Finance
Sonali Singh
Sujit Kumar
Sumit Mourya
Sumit Solanki
Surbhi Dwivedi
Susheel Kumar
Prajapati
Taranjeet Singh Tori
Teena Patidar
Tushar Phirke
Vaibhav
Mehandiratta
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
HR
HR
Production
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Marketing
Vibhor Gaosandhe
111
112 Vikas Batham
113 Vikas Mundra
114 Vikram Kaurav
Vikram Singh
115 Bhadoria
116 Vineet Singh
117 Vipin Bansal
118 Vishakha Bajaj
119 Vishakha Singh
120 Yogesh Jain
121 Youvika Sahu
Marketing
Production
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Finance
Production
Finance
Finance
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
HR
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
HR
122 Vikram Singh
Marketing
HR
123 Ankita Choukse
Marketing
Marketing
Management
HR
ICICI Bank
Xion
Advertising/Luminous
India
Johnson and Johnson
ICICI Bank
Capital IQ
Codeware
technologies
ICICI Bank
HDFC AMC
Deloitte
Vardhaman Industries
Just Miss Call
Xion Adverstising
Xion
Adverstising/DHL
Infrabulls
Just Miss Call/Only
Profit India
Marketing Management
AXIS Bank
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
124 Ajay Pratap Singh
ICICI Securities
ITC
ICICI Securities
Epic Research
Epic Research
ICICI Bank
Capital Height
ICICI Securities
Deloitte
XL Dynamics
Epic Research
ICICI Bank
XL Dynamics
Just Miss Call/Only
Profit India
Zomato
DB Corporation Ltd
Indian Microsystem
Just Miss Call
ICICI Securities
Country Club
Taranjeet Singh Tori
MP Govt
XL Dynamics
190
125 Ankit Solanki
126 Anshul Diwakar
127 Hashim Mohd.
128 Jayant Chandwani
129 Manish Kumar Bagri
130 Mayank Tanted
131 Milan Tahilramani
Mohammad rizwan
132 Qureshi
133 Mona Sethia
134 Nidhi Phulwaney
135 Nitendra Sharma
136 Pooja Dubey
137 Priyal Chhabra
138 Priyank Vyawhare
139 Puneet Bansal
140 Rajni Rathore
141 Ram Patidar
Ravendra Singh
142 Thakur
143 Riyaz Mursheed
144 Saransh Rawal
145 Shadab Ansari
146 Shravan Sahu
147 Shrikant Soni
148 Surbhi Jain
149 Swati Udasi
150 Tarun Shrivastava
151 Trapti Patiyal
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing Management
AXIS Bank
Marketing Management
Colgate Palmolive
Marketing Management
Just Miss Call
Marketing Management
ICICI Bank
Marketing Management
Marketing Management
MP Govt
Laxmi Land
Developers
Marketing Management
Asian Paints
Marketing Management
Berger Paints
Marketing Management
HDFC AMC
Marketing Management
Kotak Life
Marketing Management
Johnson and Johnson
Marketing Management
ICICI Bank
Marketing Management
Oyester Infrastructure
Marketing Management
Dun and Bradstreet
Marketing Management
Capital Via
Marketing Management
ICICI Securiies
Marketing Management
Marketing Management
Country Club
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
Marketing Management
Country Club
Marketing Management
Marketing Management
Asian Paints
Spandana Spoorthy
Financial Ltd
Marketing Management
ICICI Securities
Marketing Management
ICICI Bank
Marketing Management
Kotak Life
Marketing Management
Naukri.Com
Marketing Management
Country Club
Marketing Management
Nestle
191
152 Vijyant Patel
153 Vinay Kumar Verma
154 Yashika Khadiwala
155 Abhinav Pandey
156 Ankita Asnani
157 Anurag Modi
158 Himanshu Kapoor
159 Kunal Dindorkar
160 Neha Shah
161 Nikhil Takalkar
162 Pawan Uttwani
163 Pooja Sirothiya
164 Rohit Sharma
165 Shashank Dubey
166 Shreya Jhawar
167 Sumeet Rawat
168 Vishal Raghuwanshi
169 Amrita Dubey
170 Ankit Patidar
Anubha Singh
171 Chauhan
172 Anuj Kekre
173 Arun Kawde
Dheerendra Kumar
174 Pandey
175 Durgesh Meena
176 Kailash Ahirwar
177 Laxman Singh Gurjar
178 Mayank Bansal
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
Marketing Management
ICICI Bank
Marketing Management
Just Miss Call
Marketing Management
Just Miss Call
Financial Administration
Mahindra Finance
Financial Administration
3M Securities
Financial Administration
Kotak Life
Financial Administration
KotakSecurities
Financial Administration
Appco Group
Financial Administration
IFFKO TOKIO
Financial Administration
ICICI Bank
Financial Administration
ICICI Securities
Financial Administration
ICICI Bank
Financial Administration
IndusInd Bank
Financial Administration
Trifid Research
Financial Administration
ICICI Bank
Financial Administration
Mahindra Finance
Financial Administration
International Business
ICICI Bank
Codeware
technologies
International Business
ICICI Bank
International Business
Shree Tirupati Balaji
International Business
ICICI Bank
International Business
Country Club
International Business
ICICI Bank
International Business
Country Club
International Business
SCC Projects Pvt Ltd
International Business
Capital Via
International Business
Vinayak Shipping
192
179 Mohit Kabra
180 Nirang Goyal
181 Nitin Kumawat
182 Praveen Kumar Patel
183 Rajan Prasad Sahu
184 Shikha Vijayvargiya
185 Shweta Gupta
186 Sunil Kumar Lodhi
187 Vishnu Patidar
188 Vivek Singh Bais
189 Wahid Hussain
190 Rupal Jain
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International
Business
International Business
Flexituff
International Business
Shakti Pumps
International Business
Caparo Engineering
International Business
ICICI Bank
International Business
International Business
Country Club
Codeware
technologies
International Business
Mahindra Finance
International Business
Country Club
International Business
Shakti Pumps
International Business
RTO
International Business
Just Miss Call
International Business
Xion Advertising
PLACEMENT DETAILS OF BATCH 2012-14
Name
Specialization
Specialization
Organization
Aamir Khan
Marketing
Systems
Vodafone
Abhijeet Awasthi
Finance
HR
Aditya Kumar
Upadhayaya
Finance
Marketing
S&P Capital IQ
Ankita Mandwani
Finance
HR
Trifid Research
Arun Kumar Prajapati
Finance
HR
Ashish Patidar
Marketing
Finance
Total Logistics
HI Tech Auto
Services Pvt Ltd
Ashmita Shukla
Marketing
HR
Ayush Bansal
Finance
Marketing
Ayushi Agrawal
Finance
Marketing
Brijendra Kushwaha
Finance
Marketing
Charu Tiwari
Finance
Marketing
Deepika Maheshwari
Deepti Robert
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
HR
S&P Capital IQ
Vodafone
Prakash Asphalting
and Toll Highways
S&P Capital IQ
Capital Via
Mahindra Finance
Samyak Education
MY FM
Profile
Management
Trainee
Jr Research
Associate
Jr Research
Associate
Business
Analyst
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Jr Research
Associate
Research
Analyst
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Management
193
Dipali Chhatwani
Finance
Marketing
Trifid Research
Ekta Dubey
Finance
HR
Deloitte
Govinda Erodha
Grijesh Patel
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
HR
ICICI Securities
FILMS
Gyanendra Kushwaha
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Hemant Surana
Marketing
HR
Himanshu Bhargav
Marketing
Finance
Ishika Agrawal
Finance
HR
Trifid Research
Ishmeet Bhamra
Finance
HR
Trifid Research
Ishpreet Kaur Khanuja
Finance
Marketing
Jaykishore Singh Rajput
Marketing
HR
Deloitte
QPID Outsourcing
Pvt Ltd
Jyotsana Katheriya
HR
Operations
Karishma Bose
Finance
Marketing
kawaljeet Singh
Marketing
Operations
Khushboo Dange
HR
Finance
Khushbu Hablani
Finance
Marketing
Kratika Dubey
Finance
Marketing
Kuldeep Malviya
Marketing
HR
Lokendra Sisodiya
Finance
Marketing
Mahak Ahuja
Marketing
Finance
Mahak Karda
Finance
HR
Manish Rajani
Finance
Marketing
Naina Rawat
Marketing
Finance
Nida Khan
Marketing
Operations
Nitin Dharkar
Marketing
Finance
Palak Jain
Marketing
HR
Pankaj Pandey
Finance
HR
Deloitte
Tata Teleservices
Samyak Education
Aditya Birla Money
Colgate Palmolive
Yash Technologies
QnA International
L&T Finance Ltd
UFO
Trifid Research
Tata Teleservices
Deloitte
VIP Industries
UFO
FYI Foods Ltd
S&P Capital IQ
L&T Finance Ltd
ICICI Securities
Trainee
Business
Analyst
Knowledge
Management
Relationship
Manager
ACTOR
Relationship
Manager
Knowledge
Management
Management
Trainee
Business
Analyst
Business
Analyst
Knowledge
Management
Marketing
Executive
Management
Trainee
Customer
Service
Manager
Sales Trainee
HR
Generalist
Research
Executive
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Business
Analyst
Management
Trainee
Knowledge
Management
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Jr Research
Associate
Management
Trainee
Relationship
194
Manager
Pooja Sarbariya
HR
Marketing
Pragyesh Soni
Marketing
HR
Prashant Dhande
Marketing
Finance
Carwale
Prashant Pandey
Finance
Marketing
L&T Finance Ltd
Prashant Shinde
Marketing
Finance
Capital Via
Prateek Agrawal
Finance
Marketing
L&T Finance Ltd
Prateek Dubey
Rachit Sharma
Rahul Gehlot
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
HR
Finance
Mancer Consultants
Colgate Palmolive
Colgate Palmolive
Ramdas Jaysaval
Ranjeet Singh
Richa Vishwakarma
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Marketing
Finance
Finance
Capital Via
Asian Paints
Aashiana Housing
Sapna Saluja
Finance
Marketing
ICICI Securities
Satyam Soni
Finance
Marketing
Capital Via
Saurabh Khare
Finance
Systems
Saurabh Singh
Marketing
Systems
Seenu Solanki
HR
Marketing
Sayaji
Shikha Patel
Shilpi Soni
Marketing
Marketing
HR
HR
Vodafone
Aashiana Housing
Shreya Ingle
Finance
Marketing
S&P Capital IQ
Sonam Jain
Marketing
HR
Srishti Jain
Marketing
HR
Tata Teleservices
Globe
Teleservices(New
Vision Softcom and
Conslutancy)
Surabhi Solanki
HR
Marketing
Greenback Forex
Tejraj Mewara
Finance
Marketing
Brand Concepts
Vanashree Gaadhe
Finance
Marketing
Varun Deshlahra
Vikas Yadav
Finance
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Greenback Forex
Aashiana Housing
Vipin Chandwani
Finance
Marketing
Mahindra Finance
Monster Instinct
ICICI Securities
ICICI Securities
Mahindra Finance
ICICI Securities
BDE
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Research
Analyst
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Sales Trainee
Sales Trainee
Business
Analyst
Sales Trainee
Sales Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Research
Analyst
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
HR
Executive
Management
Trainee
Sales Trainee
Jr Research
Associate
Management
Trainee
Market
Manager
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
Sales Trainee
Management
Trainee
195
Vishal Raje
Marketing
HR
Yogesh Rajput
Finance
HR
Yogesh Subnani
Finance
Marketing
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Aditya Magar
Amit Baghel
Ammar Ali Nawab
Anand Bhandari
Arpit Patidar
Devesh Pathak
Dilip Kumar Pushpad
Disha Sharma
Hemanth Kumar
Ishan Singh Rajput
Kartik Panchbhai
Madan Mohan Tiwari
Mahak Bukharia
Mansi Saxena
Meet Ahuja
Mohit Soni
Nikunj Vasani
Rahul Lakshyakar
Renuka Pathak
Rishi Trivedi
Sachin Kumar Shukla
Sami Qureshi
Saurabh Singh
Sumeet Trivedi
ICICI Securities
Carwale
Capital Via
TTK Prestige
MY FM
Vodafone
Aashiana Housing
Markoline Infra Pvt
Ltd
ICICI Securities
Tata Teleservices
Brand Concepts
ICICI Securities
Brand Concepts
Monster Instinct
L&T Finance Ltd
Aashiana Housing
UFO
Carwale
ICICI Securities
Brand Concepts
Shiksha Parishad
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
Research
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Sales Trainee
Management
Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
BDE
Management
Trainee
Sales Trainee
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
ICICI Securities
Teacher
Research
Executive
Relationship
Manager
Territory
Executive
Management
Trainee
Relationship
Manager
Aashiana Housing
Sales Trainee
QnA International
ICICI Securities
Eureka Forbes
Tata Teleservices
196
Swarna Sanjay Patni
Urvashi Mishra
Vickalp Badkul
Vidyut Sharma
Jeffrey Thomas
Aditya Parakh
Devesh Rathore
Divya Baghel
Harshita Sharma
Himanshu Vishwakarma
Kapil Patel
Kashi Ram Dhangar
Neha Mishra
Priya Somani
Rohit Jain
Sanuj Tiwari
Sonali More
Swapna Soni
Umer Diwan
Urja Shrivastava
Ankita Chopra
Madhuri Mehtani
Suchi Khandelwal
Vikram Shrivastava
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Personnel
Administration
Personnel
Administration
Personnel
Administration
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Marketing
Management
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Financial
Administration
Personnel
Administration
Personnel
Administration
Personnel
Administration
Airtel
Franchaise India
Brand Concepts
Asian Paints
CRM
Management
Trainee
Management
Trainee
Capital Via
Asahi India Map
Auto Glass Limited
Sales Trainee
Management
Trainee
Jr Research
Associate
Research
Analyst
Relationship
Manager
Research
Analyst
Relationship
Manager
Management
Trainee
Business
Analyst
Management
Trainee
Jr Research
Associate
Research
Analyst
Management
Trainee
Airtel
CRM
Airtel
Teleperformance
CRM
Relationship
Manager
Relationship
Manager
Solution
expert
Airtel
CRM
Brand Concepts
S&P Capital IQ
Capital Via
ICICI Securities
Capital Via
Aditya Birla Money
Mahindra Finance
Trifid Research
Bio Urja
S&P Capital IQ
ICICI Securities
ICICI Securities
Airtel
CRM
Magic
Personnel
Personnel
Holidays(Panoramic
Administration Administration Group)
BDE
PLACEMENT RECORD OF UNDER GRADUATE STUDENT FOR YEAR 2011
1 Shashank Vyas
BBA
HDFC Bank
197
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Prerna Sharma
Nishita Sharma
Jagmeet singh
Preetkawal Singh
Ashish Tripathi
Akansha Jain
Vishal
Anuj
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
HDFC Bank
PLACEMENT RECORD OF UNDER GRADUATE STUDENT FOR YEAR 2012
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Mridula Sharma
Aman Manglani
Rituparn Yadav
Anjali Prasad
Gaurav Kothari
Harpreet Kaur Juneja
Aditi Bhandari
Kashish Keswani
Richa Mundra
Saloni Vyas
Nidhi Hemnani
Sanchit Kothari
Vikas Dwivedi
Mradul Airen
Bhagyashree Dungrarwal
Prithviraj Singh Solanki
Sonal Tiwari
Pooja Gupta
Priya Mittal
Bharti Nagdeo
Priyanka Bansal
Anand Bahandari
Rahul Pagaria
Bulbul Minhas
Teena Dixit
Ravi Choudary
Vishakha Kaigaonkar
Vipul Purohit
Avani Pandey
Anurag Rathore
Anant Kumar Ajmera
Isha Sohni
Puja Lunawat
Noopur Balkishan Bajaj
Dheeraj Punjabi
Vinita Jetwani
Sonam Nareliya
BBA (FT)
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BCA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BCA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA (FT)
BBA (FT)
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA(FT)
Mondiale
Merchantile
Pvt.ltd
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
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Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
198
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Rahul Singh Parihar
Priya Dubey
Kartikey Sawhney
Puran Singh Tomar
Rohit Kumar Gupta
Akshay Sharma
Juzer Ali Shamgarh Wala
Pravesh Gupta
Supriya Sjnani
Ruchi K.Joy
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
Infosys
PLACEMENT RECORD OF UNDER GRADUATE STUDENT FOR YEAR 2013
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
5.1.13
Lavish Jaiswal
Harshita Sharma
Prashant Dwivedi
Divyesh Dwivedi
Priyanka Chhabra
Apoorva Bhatnagar
Rishika Vashwani
Kaishma Khanchandani
Khushboo Nagdev
Robin Singh
Anmol Chopra
Jyoti Pandey
Pavitra Pandey
Huzefa Jaliwal
Prachi Dighe
Sagar Patidar
Harshita Gidwani
Ruchika Dadhich
Prithviraj Singh Solanki
Sanchit Kothari
BCA
B.Com
B.Com
B.Com
B.Com
B.Com
B.Com
B.Com
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BBA
BCA
BCA
BCA
BCA
BCA
BBA
IBM
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
TCS,Baroda
CSC,Indore
CSC,Indore
Cognizant
Cognizant
CSC,Indore
CSC,Indore
Does the College have a registered Alumni association? If yes, what are its activities
and contributions to the development of the College?
Yes, The Institute has established an Alumni Association since 1996 to ensure a
constant link with its ex-students. The institute has a separate alumni webpage on its
website which is used to update alumni about the activities of the institute.
Following are the activities and contribution of Alumni:

Alumni are on the Advisory Board of the institute and various committees.

Helping their junior in OJTs, summer trainings, industrial visits, Placements

They help in organizing Alumni Meets.
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5.1.14

They are also invited to deliver extra mural lectures.

Active participation in framing syllabi and curriculum

They are brand Ambassadors (Alumni Awardees)

The Alumni are recognized every year on the occasion of PIMR International
Conference where Outstanding Alumni Award is conferred. Alumni come
from abroad and within India to receive the award and motivate existing
students.
Does the College have a student grievance redressal cell? Give details of the nature
of grievances reported and how they were redressed.
There is a three tier system i.e., The Proctorial Board, Disciplinary Committee and
the
Counselor. The cell looks after complaints and grievances of students, females,
faculty
and staff. Some of the instances reported in the institute are mentioned below:
1.
Discipline Case: Some of the students were involved in man-handling, abusing and
car
hitting.
Action Taken: Students were suspended.
2. Act of Misconduct and misbehavior of students
Action Taken: Students were 200rganized200.
5.1.15
Does the College have a cell and mechanism to resolve issues of sexual harassment?
Yes, the institute has formed an active committee for curbing sexual harassment and
violence against women. The members of the committee are:
1. Dr. Nitin Tanted
2. Dr. Swaranjeet Arora
3. Ms. Ranjana Patel
4. Mrs. Nivedita Wagle
5. Dr. (Mrs.) Janak Palta
6. Mrs. Preeti Nigam
7. Mrs. Rehana Rangwalla
5.1.16
Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have been reported
during the last four years and what action has been taken on these?
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Yes, anti ragging committee has been constituted with to check and prevent any
form of ragging in our institute. Along with that, anti-ragging squad and student
Counselors are also there. The anti-ragging squad visits Hostels, Institute premises
regularly to keep a check on ragging activities.
The Antiragging Committee has been constituted as under:
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak (Coordinator)
Dr. R. K. Sharma (Member)
Dr. Alok Bansal (Member)
Dr. Sachin Mittal (Member)
Dr. Manisha Singhai (Member)
Mr. Manish Anand (Member)
Mrs. Vinita Jain (Member)
And student Representatives and Students’ parents selected every year.
The anti-ragging squad has been constituted as under:
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora
Dr. Vipin Choudhary
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Dr. Pragya Keshari
Dr. Punit Kumar Dwivedi
Prof. Deepesh Mamtani
Mr. Praveen Choudhary
Mr. Manish Sharma
Mr. Mahesh Bundela
Student Counselors appointed by institute are:
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Dr. Rajesh Janglawa
Prof. Vinod Kumar Mishra
Prof. Arun Saxena
No. of Instances: Nil
Action Taken : NA
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5.1.17
How does the College elicit the cooperation from all stakeholders to
ensure
overall development of the students considering the curricular and co –
curricular activities, research, community orientation, etc. ?
The various Stakeholders of the institute are Corporates, Alumni, Students, Parents
and Faculty members, Staff, Society and Management.
Alumni:

Placement opportunities to their Juniors

Getting OJTs and SIPs

Extra Mural Lectures by Alumni

Help in framing syllabi and curriculum.

Invited to judge various events organized in the Institute as co-curricular activities

Alumni are also members of Advisory Board and IQAC
Parents:

Proper feedback and suggestions time to time

Participation in programs organized by institute and feedback
Faculty members:

Coordinate various programs run by the institute and provide mentoring to the
students

Actively participate in designing curriculum and syllabi for various programs

Coordinate and organize various cocurricular activities such as Manthan- annual
management fest, Jigyasa-National Student Research Paper Presentation Contest,
Pragya- National Summer training Presentation Contest, Prayas- National Case
Analysis and Presentation Contest etc. to motivate students.

Guide students in doing various research projects, seminars and summer training.

Organize national and international conference in the institute and motivate students
to write research papers.

Organize various community development activities such as Blood Donation Camp,
Chocolate Day, Rose Day etc. under the banner of Rotaract Club to encourage
students to contribute in community development and social welfare.

Faculty coordinates various Clubs like HR Club, Marketing club, IT Club, IB Club,
Economics Club.

Faculty members are program mentors.
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Students: Students also contribute in the overall development by following ways:

Provide feedback of Faculty and course curriculum in every semester

Students are part of various committees like library, computer etc to suggest
upgradation.

They are also part of various committees to organize various co-curricular activities/
events such as National and International Conference, Annual Management Fest,
various student events etc for their overall development.

Students opt for Major research projects which they develop under the guidance of
faculty. Presentation for MRP is conducted for students at every stage of completion
of MRP to help them come out with a good research project.

Students are also part of Rotaract Club and NSS under which they organize and
participate in various community development activities.
Corporates:

People from corporate are invited to suggest changes in curriculum.

They are also in Advisory Committee and provide valuable suggestion on Curriculum,
teaching pedagogy etc.

They also help students in getting OJTs

They also help students in getting SIPs

As a part of Institute-Industry Interface they are also invited to deliver guest lectures/
extra mural lectures.

They are also invited to judge various student contests organized in the institute such
as National Student Research Paper Presentation Contest, National Summer training
Presentation Contest, National Case Analysis and Presentation Contest etc.

They also provide final placements to students.
Staff

Staff members are part of various committees that organize co-curricular and extra
curricular activities in the institute.

Staff members are involved in internal evaluation, examination etc.
Management

Prestige Education Society helps in making policies etc.

Interact with the faculty members in formal and informal meetings to take their
feedback on courses, etc time-to-time.
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Society

Institute provides a platform to involve recognized eminent personalities from society
who contributed for the society in diverse areas and the recognize in the form of
awards like PIMR National Award for management excellence, PIMR lifetime
achievement award, PIMR eminent educationist award, PIMR IT excellence award,
PIMR outstanding alumni award, PIMR outstanding entrepreneurship award, PIMR
best teacher award.
5.1.18 What special schemes/mechanisms are in place to motivate students for participation
in extracurricular activities such as sports, cultural events, etc?
The institute organizes three-day annual management fest “Manthan” in which
students are encouraged to take part in various contests and cultural programs.
Awards and certificates are provided to encourage the students to take part in this
event. The Institute also organizes annual Sport fest “Spardha” to motivate students to
take part in various sport activities. The winners and runner-ups in various sports
activities are provided certificates and trophies. Besides this, the institute also
organizes various events such as summer training report presentation contest, research
paper contest, case presenattaion contest, software development contest etc. and
certificates to all participants and prizes to winners and runner-ups are provided to to
motivate students to participate.
The mechanism/ schemes adopted by institute to motivate students for participation in
extracurricular activities such as sports, cultural events is as follows:
For Internal Events
Notice is circularted in the class requesting interested students to register.

If the number of interested students is large, screening is held and teams are selected.

All participating students are provided certificates and winners and runner-ups are
given certificate + prizes

The entire registaration fee of students for internal events is waived off.
For external Events
There is a faculty coordinator to encourage students to take part in extra curricular
activities organized outside institute.

Poster of the event is displayed on the notice board of the institute.

Notice is circularted in the class requesting interested students to register.

If the number of interested students is large, screening is held and teams are selected.
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
These teams are nominated by the institute to take part in various events.

The entire registration fee and lodging and boarding charges and travelling expenses
of the students are borne by the institute.
5.1.19 How does the College ensure participation of women in ‘intra’ and ‘inter’ institutional
sports competitions and cultural activities? Provides details of sports and cultural
activities in which such efforts were made?
The Institute as a part of its policy provides equal opportunities to both boys and girls
in every activity. The institute encourages women students to take part in various
extracurricular activities and sports activities organized in the Institute. The Institute
also nominates women students to take part in these activities organized at national
and college level and send one female faculty member to accompany women students
on such trips. The detail of Sports and Cultural activities in which women students are
emncouraged to take part is as follows:

The Institute organizes a three day annual management festival named MANTHAN in
which various competitions are organized such as dance competition, singing
competition, management model presentation, antakshari, Ad Mad Show, Topic
presentation etc where women participants get equal ooportunities to exhibit their
talent.

The institute also organizes sports festival Spardha in which various competitions are
held. The women students can take part in Chess Competition, Badminton, Carom,
Volleyball, and table tennis. In these sports contest, special round for women is being
held.

The institute also organizes various contests such as Summer Internship project
presentation, Resaerch paper presenatation, Case analysis and presentation, software
development presentation etc. In all these activities, women students get equal
opportunities to participate.

Beside this, women students are in majority in various committees and Placement
Cell. They are also in good numbers in various Clubs such as Marketing club, HR
Club, International Business Club, as well as Rotaract Club and National
Entrepreneurship Network.
5.2
Student Progression
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5.2.1
Provide details of programme-wise success rate of the College for the last four years.
How does the College compare itself with the performance of other autonomous
Colleges / universities (if available)
The Institute is an autonomous institute and has been consistently ranked among top
50 B-schools of India by various agencies. The institute has been improving its
program-wise success rate. The details are as follows:
PROGRAMME-WISE SUCCESS RATE
Post Graduate Courses
Batch
MBA
(FT)
89.89
%
MBA
(MM)
90.91
%
MBA(FA)
MBA (IB)
MBA (PA)
MBA (PT)
74.29%
98.11 %
100 %
95.45 %
2010
73.26
%
NA
NA
NA
NA
61.90 %
2011
90.83
%
85.19
%
NA
87.27 %
NA
100 %
2012
88.34
%
84.75
%
NA
96.15 %
NA
95.25 %
2013
95.19
%
91.67
%
93. 10 %
94.55 %
NA
100 %
2009
Batch
2010-12
MMC
100%
2011-13
100%
Under Graduate courses
Batch
BBA
BCA
77.78%
BBA(F
T)
85.11%
BCOM
(hons)
NA
2007-10
84.11%
2008-11
87.36%
100%
93.62%
NA
2009-12
90.27%
85.11%
88.57%
NA
2010-13
93.99%
92.99%
97.78%
90.11%
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90 Providing the percentage of students progressing to higher
education or employment (for the last four batches) highlight
the observed trends.
Student progression
%
80 %
NA
0.5 %
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
50 % approx
50 % approx
91 What is the Programme-wise completion rate/dropout rate
within the time span as stipulated by the College/University?
The Program-wise drop-out rate is given below:
Year 2011-13
Programs
Addmitted in Ist
Sem.
Appeared in Iind
Sem.
Dropout in Ist
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
Addmitted in IIIrd
Sem.
Appeared in Ivth
Sem.
Dropout in Iind
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
MBA(FT) MBA(IB) MBA(MM) MBA(FA)
Total
MBA(PT)
300
60
60
60
480
11
274
57
57
58
446
10
26
3
3
2
34
1
8.67
5.00
5.00
3.33
22.00
9.09
274
57
57
58
446
10
265
53
57
58
433
8
9
4
0
0
13
2
3.28
7.02
0.00
0.00
10.30
20.00
Year 2010-12
Programs
Addmitted in Ist
Sem.
Appeared in
Iind Sem.
Dropout in Ist
year
Percentage of
MBA(FT) MBA(IB) MBA(MM) Total
MBA(PT)
180
60
60
300
21
166
55
57
278
18
14
5
3
22
3
7.78
8.33
5.00
21.11
14.29
207
Dropouts
Addmitted in
IIIrd Sem.
Appeared in
Ivth Sem.
Dropout in
Iind year
Percentage of
Dropouts
166
55
57
278
18
160
52
56
268
18
6
3
1
10
0
3.61
5.45
1.75
10.82
0.00
Year 2009-11
Programs
Addmitted in Ist
Sem.
Appeared in Iind
Sem.
Dropout in Ist
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
Addmitted in
IIIrd Sem.
Appeared in Ivth
Sem.
Dropout in Iind
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
MBA(FT) MBA(IB) MBA(MM) Total MBA(PT)
120
60
60
240
25
116
56
59
231
22
4
4
1
9
3
3.33
6.67
1.67
11.67
12.00
116
56
59
231
22
114
55
54
223
22
2
1
5
8
0
1.72
1.79
8.47
11.98
0.00
STUDENT DROP-OUT RATE OF UG STUDENTS FOR 2010-13
Programs
BBA
BCA
B.Com(Hons.)
MMC
BBA(FT)
Total
Addmitted in Ist Sem.
397
32
99
10
43
581
Appeared in Iind Sem.
356
31
96
10
30
523
Dropout in Ist year
41
1
3
0
13
58
10.33
3.10
3.03
0.00
30.02
46.48
Addmitted in IIIrd Sem.
320
26
83
8
21
458
Appeared in Ivth Sem.
316
26
82
8
21
453
Dropout in Iind year
4
0
1
0
0
5
Percentage of
Dropouts
1.25
0.00
1.20
0.00
0.00
2.45
Addmitted in Vth Sem.
315
26
79
NA
21
441
Appeared in Vith Sem.
311
26
79
NA
20
436
Percentage of
Dropouts
208
Dropout in IIIrd year
Percentage of
Dropouts
4
0
0
NA
1
5
1.27
0.00
0.00
NA
4.76
6.03
STUDENT DROP-OUT RATE OF UG STUDENTS FOR 2009-12
Programs
Addmitted in Ist
Sem.
Appeared in Iind
Sem.
Dropout in Ist
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
Addmitted in IIIrd
Sem.
Appeared in Ivth
Sem.
Dropout in Iind
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
Addmitted in Vth
Sem.
Appeared in Vith
Sem.
Dropout in IIIrd
year
Percentage of
Dropouts
BBA
BCA
BBA(FT)
Total
415
48
49
512
405
46
38
489
10
2
11
23
2.40
4.10
22.40
28.90
390
45
36
471
387
45
34
466
3
0
2
5
0.77
0
5.50
6.27
377
48
35
460
373
47
35
455
4
1
0
5
1.06
2.08
0.00
3.14
92 What is the number and percentage of students who
appeared/qualified in examinations like UGC-CSIR-NET,
UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE / TOFEL / GMAT /
Central / State services, Defense, Civil Services, etc.
The institute does not track the students; however approx 80% undergraduate students
appear for CAT and other state level competitive entrance examinations.
93 Provide details regarding the number of Ph.D/D.Sc./D.Litt.
theses submitted, accepted, resubmitted and rejected in the last
four years.
Year
Scholar
Thesis Title
Guide / Co
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Name
Guide
Dr.
2010
Kalpana
Effect of emotional intelligence on organizational I.C.Gupta /
Agrawal
politics
Alok Bansal
Spiritual and emotional intelligence as determinants of
managerial 210rganized210ty210 ( A comparative study Dr. Santosh
Mandip Gill
of service and manufacturing organizations
Dhar
Internet Self-Efficacy And Socio-Economic Status As
Determinants Of Adoption Of Internet Enabled E- Dr.
Vanita Joshi
Banking : An Empirical Study
Alok
Bansal
Learned Optimism , Managerial Creativity And Spiritual
Rajesh
Intelligence
As
Determinants
Jangalwa
Effectiveness In Service Organisations
Of
Managerial Dr. Upinder
Ashwini
2011
Sharma
Dhar
Dr. Upinder
A Study Of Information System Dimensions In Bank
Dhar
Dr.
Suman Singh An Empirical Study On Risk Adjusted Performance Rajendra
Chauhan
Evaluation Of Indian Mutual Funds Schemes
Jain
Dimensions Affecting Shoppin
2012
Behaviour
Of
Organized
And
Customers
In
Unorganized
Vardhan
Retail Formats : A Comparative
Dr.
Choubey
Analysis
Bansal
Rakshita
A Study Of Internet Users Perception Towards Internet Dr.
Puranik
Advertising
Alok
Alok
Bansal
Dr.
2013
Devagya
A Study Of Risk Management In Software Development Yogeshwari
Muchhal
Projects
Tushar
A Study Of The Impact Of Blended Learning On Dr. Sourbhi
Mahajan
Managerial Effectiveness
Bharti
Role Of Virtual Community In The Development Of Dr. Sourbhi
Keswani
Business
Inderpreet
A Study Of Organizational Commitment In Banking Dr. Anukool
Gandhi
Sector : A Comparative Study
Upendra
Customer Satisfaction Attributes In Service Sector : A Dr. Anukool
Singh Panwar
Comparative Study
Phatak
Chaturvedi
Chaturvedi
Hyde
Hyde
210
Dr.
Deepak
IPO Pricing- A Study of Listing Volatility and Efficient Yogeshwari
Agrawal
Pricing Mechanism
Phatak
Dr.
Shuchi
A Study of the Role of Management Style on Yogeshwari
Sharma
Performance of Mutual Fund in India
Service
Quality
and
Customer
Phatak
Commitment
as Dr.
Precedents of Word of Mouth Communication: A Study Yogeshwari
Charu Dubey
of Retail Outlets
Phatak
94 Student Participation and Activities
5.3.1
List the range of sports and games, cultural and extracurricular activities available to
students. Provide details of participation and program calendar.
The institute organizes various national level contest and events to chisel the
personality of the students. The Institute regularly organizes following sports, games,
cultural and extracurricular activities:
Sports and games Activities:
Spardha: This is a two-day annual sports festival organized in the institute. The
various sport contests held are Chess, badminton, table tennis, basket ball, Kho Kho,
Volley ball and carom.
Cultural Activites:
Manthan: This is a three day annual management fest. The various contests organized
during the festival are Leadership games, Topic Presentation, Dance Competition, tshirt andface painting, Rock Band, Best out of waste, portfolio Management, Quiz,
Business Model Presentation, Skit, celebrity enacting, Antakshari, Documentary,
Solo and Duet Singing, Sher-o-Shayri, Ad Mad Show. The festival concluded with
Cultural Night held in the auditorium which comprises of dance numbers and Fashion
show. This year Manthan was organized from October 6-8, 2013.
Paridhan Weeek: Paridhan week is celebrated in the institute just before the annual
management fest Manthan. In this week, students dress-up in creative outfits on
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predecided themes and perform on dance numbers. Paridhan week was organized
from October 3-5, 2013.
Independence Day Celebration: On Independence Day, flag hoisting is done in the
institute and cultural programs are organized by students.
Republic day: On Independence Day, flag hoisting is done in the institute and cultural
programs are organized by students.
Teacher’s Day: The institute celebrate teacher’s day on September 5 where students
organize cultural programs and various games for teachers.
Extra Curricular Activities

Shantiniketan: Under the ageis of PIMR Students Club the institute has been
organizing Shantiniketan an excursion cum learning tour since 2000. The purpose of
the tour is combine fun with learning to develop team building skills among the
students. This year the tour was organized to Indore-kanyakumari-RameshwaramKodaikanal from February 3-12, 2014.

Prayas: The institute organizes National Inter Institute Case Study Competition Prayas
every year since 2001.

Pragya: National Summer Training Project Report Contest is organized annually in
the institute since 2002. This year Pragya was held on October 8, 2013

Srijan: The institute organized First National Software Development Contest for
fostering and testing software skills among the students in the year 2002.

Jigyasa: National Research Paper Contest is organized annually by the institute to
foster the skills among the students to undertake scientific management research since
2004. This year Jigyasa was held on January 31, 2014.

Swavlamban:
The
institute 212 rganized
National
Business
Plan
Contest
“Swavlamban” to hone the entrepreneurial skills of the students and to offer them an
opportunity to apply conceptual knowledge. The contest was first organized in the
year 2004.
Club Activities: The institute has Finance Club, HR Club, IT Club and Marketing
Club. The various activities organized by these clubs are as follows:
1. Finance Club:
 To organize regular training programs to improve the knowledge of students with
special emphasis on finance related topics.
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 To invite the experts of finance to deliver the key note speech on the various topics of
finance.
 To improve the student’s skill and knowledge of finance, to support in their
entrepreneurial projects and final placements.
 To provide all the student members six month subscription of Global Trade Cracker
Simulation Software on which students can create mock trading floor.
2. HR Club
 To improve students’ skills’ to face future challenges.
 To help students in knowing current HR practices of Organizations.
 To motivate students in organizing Co-curricular activities.
3. IT Club
 To discuss topics of professional interest, exchange experiences they have gathered at
their workplace, and review the current technological development in the businesses
and global job markets.
 To promote knowledge of Information Technology through seminars, workshops,
website, etc. and to organize training programs that help the student’s community.
 To develop a multifaceted appreciation for technology and provide the most
innovative and cost effective trainings so that the club members may more effectively
succeed in the dynamic business environment of this new digital economy.
4. Marketing Club
 To bridge the gap between Marketing world and Future manager.
 To provide platform to interact with professional, Practitioners and market Icons.
 To organize brand quizzes, GD and seminars on latest trends relating to marketing
intelligence, service manufacturing ,sales concepts and intricacies of practical world.
5.3.2
Provide details of the previous four years regarding the achievements of students in
co-curricular, extracurricular activities and cultural activities at different levels:
University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc.
Academic Session – 2012- 2013
Sr. Institute/
Organization
Event/Ac
tivities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
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Name
1
JK
Laxmipat SIP
University, Jaipur Contest
(Prayas)
8th
Team 1 : Rahul MBA III Sem Participated
September Kabra
(MM)
2012
Team 2: Raaajni MBA III Sem
Rathore
(MM)
2
AIMA
Student Chankya
Management
Games
Games , Pune
4th-6th Oct
Team1 : Mohit
7th Position
Kabra,
Vishnu
Patidar, Praveen MBA III Sem
Patel,
Shirish (IB)
Gupta
3
Kamla
Nehru Logo
Prani Sanghralya, Competit
Logo
ion
Competition,
Indore
7th Oct
Team1: Abhishek
Agrawal
Team
Singh
2:
Abhishek
Agrawal First
PrizeCash
5000/ RS
Ajay
Team 3: Ashish MBA III (FT)
shukla
Team 4 : Aarti
Gupta
Team 5: Gajendra
Pratap
4
Development
Foundation,Indore
Essay
Competit
ion
13th Oct
Team 1: Abhishek
Porwal
MBA III (FT)
Participated
Team 2: Nitin
Tiwari
5
Christian Eminent
College, Indore,
Group
Dance
Competit
ion
19th Oct
Team1: Aakansha
Jain, Shardha
Mukadam, Sneha
Sahu, Sonali
More,Kavita
Gangawat, Preeti
Jain
MBA I Sem
(FA)
Participated
6
IIM , Indore
Mgmt
Fest,
Aahvan
26th-28th
Oct
Kiran Gehani,
Purva Gupta,
Rahul Kabra,
Disha Jaiswal,
MBA III (FT)
4th Position
MBA III (FT)
4th Position
MBA III (MM)
Participated
Subuodh Raikhere
MBA III (MM)
Participated
MBA I (MM)
Participated
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7
Marathon 25th Nov
Indore Institute of
Law
Manoj Sharma
MBA I (PA)
Participated
Sandeep Pal
MBA I (PA)
Participated
Balendra Soni
MBA I (PA)
Participated
Raghav Kumavat
MBA I (PA)
Participated
Vikram Shrivastav
MBA I (PA)
Participated
Rohit Singh
MBA I (MM)
Participated
8
IMA
QFL
30th Nov
Paper
Presentati
on,
Indore
Vishnu Patidar and MBA III (IB)
Mohit karbar
Participated
9
Medicaps Institute
, Indore
Research 30th Nov
Paper
presentati
on
Pragti Udaipure
MBA III (FT)
Participated
Nisarga Agrawal
MBAIII(FT)
Acropolis Institute presentati 22nd Jan
of Management,
on
2013
Indore,
competiti
on
Pragti Udaipure
MBA III (FT)
Nisarga Agrawal
MBAIII(FT)
10
First Prize
Academic Session – 2011- 2012
Sr. Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
Bulls Warrior
Inter College Quiz
Contest
Sept. 10, Saurabh Patel
2011
Sadiya Khan
MBA(FT)-III
Participated
Girish Dhomane
MBA-III
Partcipated
Arpan Ramtek
MBA-III
Sana Rafiq
MBA-III
Divya Saini
MBA-I
Organization
Name
1
Swastik
Investmart Ltd.
2
Organized by
National Student
AIMA, Delhi at Management
Game-2010
Chameli Devi
Institute of
(Western Zone
Management
Prelim Round-I)
& Research,
Indore
Sep. 2122,2011
Team 1
215
3
4
5
6
7
IIM, Indore
Indore Marathon
– Run for a
Healthy India -11
km
Oct. 2,
2011
Chameli Devi
Group of
Institution,
Indore
CITRONICS-2011
Oct.18-21 ,
2011
Christian
Eminent
Academy of
Management,
Professional
Education &
Research,
Indore
Kala Vrinda-2011
Christian
Eminent
Academy of
Management,
Professional
Education &
Research,
Indore
Kala Vrinda-2011
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Brain Ticklers
Group Song
Competition
Solo Song
Competition
Chandrakant
Chaudhary
MBA(FT)-I
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I
Devendra Kumar
Farkade
October
20, 2011
Partcipated
Arpan Ramtek
MBA(FT)-III
Ronak Sharma
MBA(FT)-III
Brijesh Thakur
MBA(FT)-I
Harshit Doshi
Participated
Karishma
Choudhary
October
20, 2011
Team 1
Karishma
Choudhary
MBA(FT)-I
Participated
Team 2
Harshit Doshi
Quiz
Oct. 2930, 2011
Team-1
Participated
MBA(FT)-III
Partcipated
Arpan Ramtek
Ronak Sharma
Team-2
Mohit Kabra
MBA-I
Gyan Singh
Pawar
216
8
9
10
11
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Destination Hunt
Oct. 2930, 2011
Arpan Ramtek
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Collage Making
Oct. 2930, 2011
Priya George
Indore
Management
Association,
Indore
13th Quest For
Leadership on
Hope to Triumph
Leading in
Turbulent Times
Nov. 15- Arpan Ramtek
16,2011
Mohit Kabra
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011
18-20,
2011
Workshop
Marketing/
HR/Finance/Adver
tising
12
IIM, Indore
IIM, Indore
15
IIM, Indore
IIM,
MBA(FT)-III
Participated
MBA(FT)-III
Runner-up
Trophy
Ronak Sharma
Arpan Ramtek
MBA-I
Udit
MBA-I
Total 149
student
particiapted in
various
workshops and
activities
MBA(FT)-II
MBA(IB)-II
MBA(FA)-II
MBA(MM)-II
Refere for
details
(Annexure-I)
Nov.
Kiran Gehani
MBA(FT)-II(C)
2011
18-20,
2011
Purva Gupta
MBA(FT)-II(C)
AHAVAN’
Nov.
Kiran Gehani
MBA(FT)-II(C)
2011
18-20,
2011
Purva Gupta
MBA(FT)-II(C)
AHAVAN’
Nov.
Kiran Gehani
MBA(FT)-II(C)
2011Ran-Neeti
(Case Study)
18-20,
2011
Purva Gupta
MBA(FT)-II(C)
Confluence -2011
Nov. 24- Mohit Kabra
The Fin side
14
Participated
AHAVAN’
Dumb See In
Management
13
MBA(FT)-III
MBA(IB)-I
Awarded by Mr.
N.R. Narayana
Murthy in IMA
Convention at
Indore on Dec.
16, 2011
Based on
students
performance
Institute
recieved Runner
up TRISTAR
Trophy
First Prize + Cash
Rs. 2000/-
Second Prize +
Cash Rs. 2000/-
Third Prize
Participated
217
Ahmedabad
28, 2011
Ankur
Shrivastava
Nirang Goyal
Shakit Malviya
Udit Mande
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(FT)-I
Chandrapal
Singh Gour
MBA(FT)-I
Preet Kaval
Singh
MBA(FA)-I
Anurag Modi
16
Jaipuria
Institute of
Management,
Indore
Encore 2: The
Presentation
Design and
Delivery Contest
Dec. 3,
2011
Team 1
Nisarga Agrawal
MBA(FT)-I(A)
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I(A)
Partcipated
Ankit Mandra
MBA(FT)-I(C)
Partcipated
Dec.
Mohit Kabra
MBA(IB)-I
Partcipated
24-27,
2011
Udit Mande
MBA(IB)-I
Vishnu Patidar
Shweta Gupta
Diksha Agrawal
Praveen K. Patel
Shikha
Vijayvargiya
Ankur
Shrivastava
Priyanka Garg
Ritesh
Vijaywargiya
Mohammad
Rizwan Khan
Dharanidhar
Dwivedi
Ankit Mundra
Vishakha Bajaj
Priyam Kumar
Anshul Diwakar
MBA(IB)-I
As volunteer and
organised at
PIMR campus.
Team 2
Pragati Udaipure
Team 3
17
Indian Institute
of Head and
Neck
Oncology,
Indore in
collaboration
with PIMR,
Indore
Certificate Course
on Management
of Cancer
Centres
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(MM)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
218
Kailash Ahirwar
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
18
Radio Mirchi
98.3 FM
Max Fashion Icon Dec.
2011
24, 2011
Tarun Solanki
MBA(FT)-I
Devendra
Farkade
MBA(FT)-I
Participated
MBA(FT)-I
Vaibhav
Mehandirtta
Tanay Singh
MBA(FT)-I
Sushay Gurje
MBA(FT)-I
Abdul Asab
Khan
MBA(FT)-I
Anand Pursanani
MBA(MM)-III
MBA(FTR)-I
Harshini
19
Indian Institute
of Head and
Neck
Oncology,
Indore in
collaboration
with PIMR,
Indore
Certificate Course
on Management
of Cancer
Centres
Feb
4-5,
2012
Mohit Kabra.
Vishnu Patidar
Ankur
Shrivastava
Mohammad
Natalwala
Megha Soni
Ankit Mundra
Pawan Uttawani
Rahul Kabra
MBA(IB)-I
Partcipated
MBA(IB)-I
As volunteer and
organised at
PIMR campus.
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(IB)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
Disha Jaiswal
Rajni Rathor
Mohammad
Arshad Khan
Shadab Ansari
Nirang Goyal
Prachi Ameta
Monika
Wadhawani
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(MM)-I
MBA(MM)-I
MBA(MM)-I
MBA(MM)-I
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Deepika
Upadhyay
Surabhi
Dwiwedi
Anurag Modi
MBA(MM)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FT)-I
MBA(FA)-I
20
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research,
Indore
Enigma : The
Annual
Management Fest
– Treasure Hunt
Feb.
Team 1
16-18,
2012
Neha Shukla
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Pooja Dubey
MBA(MM)-I
Team 2
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Manisha Verma
MBA(FT)-I(D)
First Prize
Participated
Kirti Kumbhare
21
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research,
Indore
Enigma : The
Annual
Management Fest
– Ad Mad Show
Feb.
Rahul Kabra
16-18,
2012
Disha Jaiswal
MBA(MM)-I
Shadab Ansari
MBA(MM)-I
Partcipated
MBA(MM)-I
22
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research,
Indore
Enigma : The
Annual
Management Fest
– Management
Games
Feb.
Team 1
16-18,
2012
Vaibhav
Mehandiratta
Vranda Chandak
Sunayna Navlani
Tarun Solanki
MBA(FT)-I(E)
Second Prize
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
Vibhor
Gaosandhe
MBA(FT)-I(E)
Taranjeet S. Tori
MBA(FT)-I(E)
Tushar Phirke
MBA(FT)-I(E)
220
Ajay Malani
MBA(FT)-I(E)
Team 2
MBA(MM)-I
Rehul Kabra
MBA(MM)-I
Disha Jaiswal
MBA(MM)-I
Pooja Dubey
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Kirti Kumbhare
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Manisha Verma
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Kamta Prasad
Rathore
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Neha Shukla
23
24
Sanghvi
Institute of
Management &
Science, Indore
Scintllation -2012
Sanghvi
Institute of
Management &
Science, Indore
Scintllation -2012
Art Attack (Salad
Decoration)
Sur Sangram
(Antakshari)
March
2-3,
2012
Pragya Lohiya
March
2-3,
2012
Team 1
Nidhi Gutpa
Noopur
Sondhiya
Team 2
Vaibhav
Mehandiratta
Sushay Gurje
MBA(FT)-II
(B)
First Prize
MBA(FT)-II
(B)
Participated
MBA(FT)-II
(B)
Participated
MBA(FT)-II
(B)
MBA(FT)-II
(B)
25
Sanghvi
Institute of
Management &
Science, Indore
Scintllation -2012
Dhanarjan
(Virtual Share
Trading)
March
2-3,
2012
Team 1
Vaibhav
Mehandiratta
MBA(FT)-II
(E)
Participated
Vikas Batham
Sushay Gurje
MBA(FT)-II
(E)
MBA(FT)-II
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Team 2
(E)
Taranjeet Singh
Participated
Tushar Phirke
Vineet Singh
MBA(FT)-II
(E)
MBA(FT)-II
(D)
MBA(FT)-II
(E)
26
Jaipuria
Institute of
Management,
Indore
Presentation
competition on
Demystifying
Union Budget
2012-13
March
24,2012
Team 1
Nisarga Agrawal
MBA(FT)-II(A)
Winner &
recieved cash
prize Rs. 5000
MBA(FT)-II(D)
Third Prize &
recieved cash
prize Rs. 2000
Arpan Ramtek
MBA(FT)-IV
Participated
Mohit Kabra
MBA(IB)-II
Rahul Kabra
MBA(MM)-II
Rajani Rathore
MBA(MM)-II
Team 2
Chandarapal
Singh Gour
27
TATA Crucible
Campus Quiz
Competition
2012
TATA Group
At DAVV, Indore
March
27, 2012
Academic Session – 2010- 2011
Sr. Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
NEN Global
Conference of
E-Cell – 2010
August
21-22,
2010
Shuddha Jain
MBA(MM)-III
Participated
Organization
Name
1
BITS, Pilani
Shrikant Budholia
International
B-Plan
222
Competition
2
3
TCS
Organized by
AIMA, Delhi at
Chameli Devi
Institute of
Management &
Research, Indore I
Smart Manager
Case Contest
National
Student
Management
Game-2010
Sep.
9,2010
Sep. 2122,2010
(Western Zone
Prelim Round-I)
Radhika Mantri
MBA(FT)-III
Rohan Saini
MBA(FT)-III
Arpit Kamra
MBA(FT)-III
Partcipated
Team 1
Amita Agrawal
MBA(FT)-III
Rahul Tamrkar
MBA(FT)-III
Sheron Goyal
MBA(FT)-III
Arpan Ramtek
MBA(FT)-I
Winner
Team 2
Ravi Shankar
Paliwal
Pavan Kumar Patel
Sudeep Soni
Rahul Anand
4
Zee Business
(TV Show)
Venue at IIM,
Indore
Aspire- The
Music to
Money
ChallengeMusic
performance &
Business Quiz
Sep. 22,
10
Abhinav Jain
MBA(FT)-III
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-III
MBA(FT)-III
MBA(MM)-I
MBA(FT)-III
Anubhav Geete
Partcipated
Rahul Jain
Nimish Mittal
Soumya Samaiya
Tapish
Chandwarkar
5
Organized by
AIMA, Delhi
at Pune
National
Student
Management
Game-2010
(Regional Final
Sep. 25,
2010
Particiapted
Team 2
Amita Agrawal
MBA(FT)-III
Rahul Tamrkar
MBA(FT)-III
Sheron Goyal
MBA(FT)-III
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round)
6
Jaipuria Institute
of Management,
Indore
Encore: A
Presentation
Design and
Delivery
Contest
Oct. 23,
2010
Arpan Ramtek
MBA(FT)-I
Pavan Kumar
Sharma
MBA(FT)-III
(shortlisted
for the final
round out of
100 national
institutes)
(National
Event)
7
Shri Jairam Bhai
Patel Institute of
Business
Management &
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
Participated
Avirat- Summer Oct. 29Training
30, 2010
Competition
(National
Event)
Team- 1
Ruchi Somaiya
MBA(FT)-III
Winning
Second
Position
Team – 2
Participated
8
9
10
Shri Jairam Bhai
Patel Institute of
Business
Management &
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
Advitiya –
Business Plan
Competition
Shri Jairam Bhai
Patel Institute of
Business
Management &
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
SARJAN – The
Creative
Collage
Competition
Sanghvi Institute
of Management &
Science, Indore
National
Business
Olympaid-2010
Arun Kumar Ray
MBA(MM)-III
Oct. 2930, 2010
Arun Kumar Ray
MBA(MM)-III
Participated
Oct. 2930, 2010
Arun Kumar Ray
MBA(MM)-III
Participated
MBA(FT)-III
Participating
(National
Event)
(National
Event)
In Association
with IIM, A
(Business
Simulation
Competition)
Nov. 20- Team – 1
21, 10
Pavan Kumar
Sharma
Jaspreet Singh
Arpan Ramtek
MBA(FT)-III
MBA(FT)-I
Team – 2
Atul Kothana
MBA(FT)-I
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11
Business School
Affaire,Mumbai
18th Dewang
Mehta Business
School Award
Nov. 24,
2010
Prabhjot Baveja
MBA(FT)-I
Idris Khan
MBA(FT)-I
Pavan Sharma
MBA(FT)-III
Arun Kumbhakar
MBA(FT)-III
Winner
(Paper
Presentation
Contest)
Particpation of Under-Graduate Students in Outside Cultural/ ExtraCurricular
Activities
Sr.No
Institute/
Event/Activities
Organization
Name
Date
1 TNT
Smart use of smart
phone
2 Dainik
Bhaskar
Motivational seminar by
shiv kheda
5-Mar -13
3
Bharnataym
performance by Ragini
Spic Macay
4
IMA
Students/Teams
150
Conclave
Mirchi fresher
6th
Nov2012
Participated
150
Participated
84
Participated
5
Radio Mirchi
6
Participated
30
28-Jan-13
19-20 Jan
2013
Class/Se Results
mester
winner and
got tablet as a
prize
Ek agar
Upadhya
95 A
Genius
Temple
Mock interview
7
AIESEC
u
g
2
0
1
2
Seminar
29th Aug
2012
50
Participated
225
8 SP Jain
School of
Global
Management,
Dubai
10 NICT
IGNOU,
Indore
11 Vindhya
Institute of
Management,
Indore
12 School of
Commerce,
DAVV,
Indore
Student Ambassador
Program
6th9thJanuary
2014
1.Shivani Bagani BBA-VI
2.Rajdeep Singh
Bhatia
Solo Dance
Competition
9thMarch
2014
Divya Singh
Solo Dance
Competition
Group Dance
Competition
Selected for
free education
trip to Dubai
BBA-IV
Won 1stPrize
7thMarch
2014
Divya Singh
B.com(
Hons) II
sem
B.com(
Hons) II
sem
14thMarch
2014.
1.Divya Singh
B.com(
2.Ayushi Mishra. Hons) II
3. Pooja Kale.
sem
Won 1stPrize
Won 2nd Prize
4. Shreya Jain
13 Altius
Solo Dance
Institute of
Competition
universal
studies,Indore
14 Maharaja
Stress Buster
Ranjit Singh
College of
Professional
Sciences,
Indore
3rd April
2014
Divya Singh
B.com(
Hons) II
sem
Won 1stPrize
29thMarch
2014
1.Aakash yadav
2. Akshat
Malviya
3.Archit
Chelawat.
4.Harsh Agrawal
5.Bhagyesh
parnikar
B.com(
Hons) II
sem
Participated
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15 Maharaja
Ranjit Singh
College of
Professional
Sciences,
Indore
Stress Buster
29thMarch
2014
1.Mohammad
Sheikh Ismayeel
2. Shubham
Kumar
3.Nilesh
Mahajan
4.Mrigank
Agrawal
5.Parnika
Motwani
BBA-VI
Sem
16 Maharaja
Ranjit Singh
College of
Professional
Sciences,
Indore
Stress Buster
29thMarch
2014
1.Ayushi
Agrawal
2. Ayushi
Maheshwari
3.Tarun Singh
Tomar.
4.Rajat
khandelwal
5.Vinod Kumar
B.com(Ho
ns) II sem
Participated
B.com(Ho
ns) II sem
BBA-VI
Sem
BBA-VI
Sem
BBA-VI
Sem
5.3.3
How often does the College collect feedback from students for improving the
support services? How is the feedback used?
 The student feedback on course content and subject taught along with the
feedback on the faculty members is taken in every semester as a measure to have
academic audit and thereby improving upon on all the functional areas. The
feedback is collected in following manner:
a) Formal assessment: This assessment is done time to time by providing the
students with questionnaire in which questions include content aspects like
relevance of the curriculum, time allotted, learning, applicability, extent of
coverage and the inclusion of projects and assessments.
b) Informal assessment: Informal interaction with the students is done every
month during the academic session for seeking feedbacks on aspects like clarity,
difficulty, complexity of topics dealt in the class/felt by the students during
conduct of practice teaching and simulated teaching.
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The institute also has Faculty Coordinators for each class who receive feedback
which is discussed in faculty meetings to resolve issues faced by students or to
provide additional facilities wherever thought necessary.
5.3.4 Does the College have a mechanism to seek and use data and feedback from its
graduates and employers, to improve the growth and development of the College?

Yes, the institution has a mechanism to seek and use data and feedback from its
students
and from employers, to improve the growth and development of the
institution. The Feedback is obtained from the employers and Graduates through Email and also through Online & manual Feedback form. The Placement cell regularly
takes feedback from the corporate world in order to equip the students with the latest
industry requirement.

The institute also has a Corporate Advisory Board, of which employees and students
are a part, for inputs regarding the changing corporate needs, modifications in the
syllabus etc

The institute also takes the industry mentors feedback, after the mandatory Summer
Internship.

The Feedback is obtained from the employers about the performance of Alumni to
know about their competency and performance. This system of getting feedback from
the graduates is to facilitate the college as follows:
 To take appropriate measures to enhance the knowledge of the students.
 To know the current requirement of industry in order to prepare the students.
96 How does the College involve and encourage students to
publish materials like catalogues, wall magazines, College
magazine, and other material? List the major publications/
materials brought out by the students during the previous
academic session.
The student’s magazine “Pratishtha” is published by the Institute annually which
includes articles, stories and poems of the students. This magazine is released at the
time of annual management fest “Manthan”.
97 Does the College have a Student Council or any similar body?
Give details on its constitution, major activities and funding.
Yes, the institute has Student Council which is constituted for an academic year.
The major activities of this council are as given below:
a) Celebration of Independence Day and Republic Day
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b) Celebration of Teachers Day
c) Organizing three-day annual management Fest “Manthan”.
d) Organizing various student events such as National Summer Training Contest
“Pragya”; Case Analysis and Presentation Contest “Prayas”; Research Paper
Presentation Contest “Jigyasa”; Software development Contest “Srijan”,
Management Film festival “Pratibimb”; to name a few.
e) Organizing “Paridhan Week which is a cultural event.
f) Student Council for the year 2013-14 has been constituted as under:
Post
Name of the Student
Class
President
Swapnil Shrimal
MBA (FT)-III B
Secretary
Ammar Nawab
MBA (MM)- III B
Joint Secretaries
Pratik Mishra
MBA (FT)-III A
Prashant Shinde
MBA (FT)-III B
Shashpal Gehi
MBA (FT)-III C
Priyanka Soni
MBA (FT)-III D
Angeel Sayed
MBA (FT)-III E
Mansi Saxena
MBA (MM)-III A
Alok Paliwal
MBA (MM)-III B
Kapil Patel
MBA (FA)-III
Anjali Sharma
MBA (IB)-III
Vidyottama Sisodia
MBA (PA)-III
Pushpam Muchchal
BBA – III
Priyanka Bisht
B. Com- III
Raksha Burman
BBA – III
Rana Adtiya Singh
BBA – III
Richa Nashani
BBA – III
Jyotsana Shrivastava
BBA – III
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Council
Members
Pragati Negi
BBA – III
Falguni Verma
BBA – V
Pallav Sethi
BBA – V
Harshdeep Singh Batra
BFT – V
Pallavi Agrawal
B. Com – III
Damini Sahani
MMC –III
Akshay Singhal
MBA (FT)-I A
Shashank Bhanpuria
MBA (FT)-I B
Monika Mathur
MBA (FT)-I C
Meghraj Sharma
MBA (FT)-I D
Sandeep Mehta
MBA (FT)-I C
Rupal Jain
MBA (FA)-I A
Umesh Kumar Jaiswal
MBA (FA)-I B
Swapnil Joshi
MBA (MM)-I A
Nandish Kapur
MBA (MM)-I B
Ankur Sharma
MBA (IB) – I
Ronak Patidar
BBA – I
Chahat Jain
BBA – I
Sonal Vasvani
BBA – I
Priya Sabnani
BBA – I
Ayushi Vijayvargiya
BBA – I
Aishwarya Meghnani
BBA – I
Aditya Gangrade
BBA – I
Yash Khare
BFT – I
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Akanksha Upadhyaya
B. Com – I
Sourabh Singh
B. Com – I
Aditi Gayakwad
B. Com – I
The Student Council gets its funding from four sources for its various activities:
a) Institution Funding and support
b) Sale of t-shirts
c) Registration Fee for various events
d) Sponsorship from industry
98 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that
have student representatives on them. Provide details of their
activities.
Academic and Administrative Bodies that have student representative include:
 Anti-ragging committee
 Placement Cell
 Rotaract Club
 Student council
 National entrepreneurship Network
 Functional Clubs Such as Marketing Club, Finance club, HR Club etc.
 NSS
 Alumni Committee
 Library Committee
 Computer committee
Any additional information regarding Student Support and Progression, which the
institution would like to include.
In addition to the activities mentined above, the institute takes following initiatives for
student support and progression:
1. Free newspaper: The institute provides business newpapers such as economic Times
and Business Standard to the students of all programs free of cost.
2. Personality Development Classes: Personality Development Classes are held in the
institute for students.
3. Extra Classes: Extra classes for technical subjects like Statistics, Operations Research,
Operations Management, Accounting etc are held for weak students.
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4. Counselling for Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Workshops are also held
under the banner of National Entrepreneurship Network to encourage students to
become entrepreneurs.
5. Following Certificate Programs are also run by the institute to provide extra
knowledge.
Diploma/Certificate Programs
 Advanced Diploma in Business Computing (ADBC)
 Certificate Program in Financial Market Analysis (CFA)
 National Skill Development Corporation (National Skill Certification and Monetary
Reward Scheme by Government of India )
 Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis
 Advance Course on Capital Market
 Comprehensive Financial Simulation
 MS Excel 2007 Advanced Training Program for B-School Students
 Post Graduate Diploma in Event Management and Public Relations(PGDEPR)
 Diploma in event Management (DEM)
6. Foreign Language classes are also organized to students where students can learn
French, German and other foreign languages.
7. Exposure to foreign culture is given to students by taking them to foreign tours.
8. Research Methodology workshop is being held exclusively for students to teach them
fundamentals of research.
9. The institute comes out with e-newsletter. The editorial board of this newsletter has
students of various programs.
10. The institute has Holistic Management cell for students under the banner of which
various activities/ lectures are organized for holistic development of the students. The
activities include Stress Management and Meditation, Spiritual Techniques of
Managing Worklife Imbalance.
11. Enrichment Courses: Enrichment courses provide opportunities for learning in terms
of out of the institute or regular classroom teaching. Other than these courses the
institute has a wide variety of activities for the enrichment of students such as
Industrial visits, Port Visits, Foreign Tours, sports week, Yoga, Art of living etc.
12. Gold medals are conferred to the toppers of each program during inaugural of annual
management fest Manthan.
13. The institute provides facility to students to pay fees in instalments.
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14. The institute organizes Workshops like Advertising workshop, Entrepreneurship
Workshop, institute-industry interface for students to expose them to the corporate
world.
CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP
AND MANAGEMENT
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CRITERION VI: GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
99 Institutional Vision and Leadership
100 State the vision and mission of the College.
Vision of the institute is to be a leader in Professional Education, Research and
Development.
Mission of the institute is to provide quality education by innovating and
continuously improving upon the disciplines of management and computer
applications through advanced methods of training, meaningful research and
intimate relations with business, industry and other institutions in the country and
abroad.
6.1.2
Does the mission statement define the College’s distinctive characteristics in
terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve,
College’s traditions and value orientations, vision for the future, etc.?
Yes, mission statement defines the institute’s distinctive characteristics in terms of
addressing the needs of the society. It provide quality education by innovating and
continuously improving upon the disciplines of management and computer
applications, the students it seeks to serve, institutes traditions and value
orientations, vision for the future.
The Institution’s mission is to emerge as an excellent learning centre to provide
quality education for budding professional managers. The social and ethical values
are imparted along with technical education that promotes expertise. Students are
groomed by the advanced methods of training and meaningful research. The focus is
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also to develop intimate relations with business, industry and other institutions in the
country and abroad.
6.1.3 How is the leadership involved in
101 Ensuring
the
organization’s
management
system
development, implementation and continuous improvement
The Institute always focuses on vision and mission of the institution which is aligned
with objective of higher education policy of the nation i.e., to provide quality
education to maximum satisfaction of all stakeholders along with quality research.
The leadership is involved in ensuring the organization management system
development, implementation and continuous improvement by its presence on all
important bodies of the institution. The institute has developed a management system
which is a synthesis of those required as per the UGC guidelines for Autonomous
colleges and self developed systems to meet institute’s vision mission objectives.
These include:

Governing Body: In accordance with Para 8 of guidelines for Autonomous College :(Governance of an Autonomous College) the Governing Body of the institute is
constituted as under:
1. Five Members nominated by the Management.
2. Two persons nominated by the Principal/ Director from among teachers of the
college based on seniority.
3. One person nominated by the Management who is an Educationist or Industrialist.
4. One person nominated by the University Grants Commission New Delhi.
5. One person nominated by the State Government who is an academician not below
the rank of Professor or State Government official of Directorate of Higher
Education / State Council of Higher Education.
6. One person nominated by the University.
7. Principal of the College who is Ex-officio Members Secretary.

Academic Council: In accordance with Para 8 of guidelines for Autonomous College
:- (Governance of an Autonomous College) the Academic Council of the institute is
constituted as under:
1. The Principal.
2. All the Heads of Departments in the College.
3. Four teachers of the college representing different categories of teaching staff by
rotation on the basis of seniority of service in the college.
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4. Four experts from outside the college representing such area as Industry,
Commerce, Engineering etc. nominated by the governing body.
5. Three nominees of the University.
6. A Faculty Members nominated by the Principal – Members Security.

Board of Studies: In accordance with Para 8 of guidelines for Autonomous College :(Governance of an Autonomous College) the Board of Studies of the institute is
constituted as under:
1. Heads of Departments.
2. The entire faculty of each specialization.
3. Two experts in the subject from outside the college nominated by the Academic
Council.
4. One expert nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from a panel of six recommended
by the Director of the institute.
5. One representative from industry/ Corporate Sector/ Allied area relating to
placement.
6. One post graduate meritorious alumnus nominated by the Director.

Finance Committee: In accordance with Para 8 of guidelines for Autonomous College
:- (Governance of an Autonomous College) the Governing Body of the institute is
constituted as under:
1. The Director.
2. One person nominated by the Governing Body of the Institute for a period of two
years.
3. One senior most teacher of the college nominated in rotation by the Director for
two years.
To facilitate effective and efficient internal coordination and monitoring, the
Institute has a number of committees. All these committees give their reports in joint
faculty meetings headed by the Director of the Institution. Besides, the Institute has
a unique policy of faculty co-ordinators for all activities including administrative
departments who submit their reports in joint faculty meetings headed by the
Director. The institute has a system of participative management and faculty,
students and staff are involved in number of committees and activities.
The Institute has a network of coordinators. Coordinatorship of different types of
activities is rotated amongst faculty. This system ensures that all activities have
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involvement of entire faculty and demonstrate effective team efforts. The faculty
coordinators of various activities for the session 2013-14 are as follows:
S.N Name
Events
1
Dr. Alok Bansal
ISTE, Computer Lab, MIS
2
Dr. Anukool Hyde
HR Club, NHRD
3
Dr. Ajit Upadhyay
Advertising Workshop, Institute Industry Interface
4
Dr. Vipin Choudhary
5
Dr. Sachin Mittal
Examination, MDP
6
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Admission, Internal Assessment
7
Dr. Rajesh Jangalwa
Assessment Centre
8
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
IQAC, Journal
9
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora
E-Journal, Autonomous Examination
10
Dr. Manisha Singhai
11
Dr. Shubhangi Jore
12
Dr. Rupal Chowdhary
13
Dr. Pragya Keshari
Manthan, Research Abstract
14
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
Spic Macay, MRP, IT Club
15
Ms. Bhavna Sharma
16
Ms. Ranjan Patel
FDP, Lecture Series, ECCH
17
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal
Girls Hostel
18
Mr. Manish Joshi
FDP, SSFRMP
19
Mrs. Bharti Motwani
ADBC, BCA-Project
20
Ms. Raksha Thakur
Placement
21
Dr. Punit Kumar
Dwivedi
International Conference 2014, Library,
Swavlamban
Entrepreneurship Conference, Academic Forum,
Discipline.
Attendance
Publications, International Linkages, Ranking,
RM Workshop
Shantiniketan, Curriculam, S.P. Committee,
Foundation Day
NEN, E-Cell, Pravaas
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22
Mr. Sarfaraz Ansari
Finance club, Outside Industrial Visit
23
Ms. Farhat Ali Syed
Language Lab, Pratishtha
24
Mr.Deepesh Mamtani
Boys Hostel, AISEC
25
Mrs. Khushboo
Event Management
Makwana
Dr. Satnam Kaur
Summer Training, Jigyasa, Pratibimb, Students
Ubeja
outside activities
27
Dr.Raju C. John
Public Relation
28
Mrs. Sharda Haryani
Foreign Tour, Srijan
26
29
Mr. Shailendra
Faculty Club, Rotaract Club
Gangrade
30
Mr. Mohit Moghe
Port Visit, Placement, IB Club, Industrial Visit
31
Ms. Saroj S. Prasad
Newsletter, Pragya
32
Ms. Mahak Goreja
Swagat, Industry Visit, BFT MRP
33
Mr. Devendra Jain
Marketing Club
34
Mr. Sunil Kumar
Sports Club, NSS, Student Support Activity
Verma
Holistic Centre for self Awareness and
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Mr. Arun Saxena
36
Mr. Ravi Changle
EML (UG), RM Workshop(UG)
37
Mr. Umang Mehta
Kutumbkum
38
Ms. Swati Sabharwal
Canteen
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Ms. Anuradha Pathak
Sangnak (IT News Letter)
Development
Program coordinator ship of the different program is constituted with the objective
to keep a track of smooth conduction of the program, class coordinators ensure that
the class is engaged regularly and timely. The faculty program coordinators of
various programmes for the session 2013-14 are as follows:
S. No.
1.
Program Name
MBA (Full
Semester
II Sec A
Coordinator
Prof. Suyash Jhawar
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Time)
2.
MBA (Full
II Sec C and D
Dr. Anukool Hyde
II Sec E
Dr. Alok Bansal
IV Sec A and B
Dr. Nitin Tanted
IV Sec C, D and
Prof. Pragya Keshari
Time)
3.
MBA (Full
Time)
4.
MBA (Full
Time)
5.
MBA (Full
Time)
E
6.
MBA (MM)
II Sec A and B
Prof. Bhavna Sharma
7.
MBA (MM)
IV Sec A and B
Prof. Sunil Kumar
8.
MBA (IB)
II and IV
Prof. Mohit Moghe
9.
MBA (FA)
II Sec A and B
Dr. Sachin Mittal
10.
MBA (FA)
IV
Prof. Saroj Prasad
11.
MBA (PA)
II
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
12.
MBA (PA)
IV
Dr. Rajesh Jangalwa
Name of Coordinator
Class and Section
Dr. Manisha Singhai
BBA-II-B
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora
BBA-II-C
Dr. Raksha Chauhan
BBA-II-A
Dr. Kalpana Agarwal
BBA-II-E
Mr. Manish Joshi
BBA-VI-E
Dr. Sukhjeet Matharu
BBA-VI-D
Mrs. Bharti Motwani
Program Coordinator BCA,
ADBC, CFMA
Mr. Vinod Mishra
BBA-IV-E
Ms. Raksha Thakur
BBA(FT)-VI
Ms. Khushboo Makwana
DEM, PGDEPRM
Ms. Sharda Haryani
BBA(FT)-II
Mr. Niranjan Lahoti
Program Coordinator B.Com
(Hons.)
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Dr. Punit Kumar Dwivedi
Coordinator Discipline
Mr. Dharmendra Sharma
BBA-VI-A and BBA-IV-G
Dr Raju C John
Program Coordinator MMC
Ms. Farhat Ali
BBA-II-D and BBA-IV-F
Ms. Arpita Patel
BBA VI B and VI C
Mr. Deepesh Mamtani
BBA-IV-A and IV-B
Mr. Ravi Changle
BBA-IV-C and IV-D
Ms. Mahak Gureja
BBA-VI-F and BBA-VI-G
Ms. Swati Sabharwal
BBA-II-G
Ms. Anuradha Pathak
BBA II-F and BBA(FT)-IV
102 Interaction with stakeholders
The institute has a strong association with its stakeholders like corporate, alumni,
parents, management, university and society. The placement cell of the institute is
mainly responsible for the interaction with corporate. The placement cell is the
interface between the corporate world and the institute. It maintains the industry –
academia relationship by:

Facilitating Final Placements and Summer Placements.

Interacting with corporate community by inviting eminent personalities for
guest lectures.

Arranging Seminars, corporate events etc.

Arranging industry visits for students.

Encouraging On Job Trainings (OJTs).

Conducting MDPs.
Alumni Association:

The institute has a strong network of alumni through a designated team of 25
members which includes two faculty members, Dr. Satnam Ubeja and Dr. Kalpana
Agrawal and student coordinators who are constantly working on updating the alumni
database through Facebook and other social networking sites.

These alumni are regularly updated regarding the developments in the institute on
their personal email addresses. The designated team of the institute keeps on
interacting with them on various occasions.
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
The corporate advisory board of the institute also has alumni as members. These
alumni help the institute in updating the curriculum and pedagogy as per the current
trends in the industry so that it can produce employable students.

The members of the team interact with the alumni for placement of the students in
their respective organizations, for summer internship projects and for their career
guidance through formal and informal interactions.

The PIMR Alumni Association has been formed and there is interaction of alumni and
management once every year in the month of October. Institute recognizes special
efforts of alumni by conferring award on them in the national and international
conference for their contribution to the society.

Alumni of the institute are called under the aegis of different clubs like marketing
club, finance club, international business club, IT club HR club and on the platform of
Extra Mural Lecture Series and Seminars for the interaction. Following is the link for
the alumni page of the website through which alumni register themselves with the
database of the institute. http://alumni.pimrindore.ac.in
Parents:

Parents are associated with the institute in many ways. They have a representation in
an anti-raging committee of the institute.

Parents are invited by the institute on different occasions. Gold medalist and
meritorious students are invited along with their parents to receive gold medal,
certificate of merit and certificate of appreciation on the occasion of Roll of Honour
organized by the institute.

Parents are invited to the three days annual management fest Manthan to witness the
cultural program.

Parents are also invited to attend the invocation ceremony of the first year students on
the very first day of the institute. Other than these formal meetings, parents are called
and asked to interact with attendance coordinator, internal assessment coordinator,
and discipline coordinator or with the director regarding any critical or serious issue
of the student.
Management:
Institute regularly holds meeting with the management. Governing Body meets at
least twice a year. The director draws the schedule for meeting of the academic
council and board of studies for different departments. The meeting may be scheduled
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as and when necessary but at least twice a year. The Finance Committee an advisory
body to the Governing Body meets at least twice a year.
Society:
Representatives of stakeholders who also include persons from academia and society
regularly visit the institute on different occasions and events including international
conference, seminars, workshops, extra mural lecture series under the ages of
Marketing Club, Finance Club, IB club, IT club. Meetings are held and suggestions
are welcomed. Suggestions given during meeting with stakeholders are given due
consideration in designing of the curriculum and activities. Parents, alumni and others
always support the activities of the college. Outstanding achievers of society are
felicitated by way of awards every year. Institute also has a Rotract club, NSS and
NEN through which it interacts with members of society, NGOs, etc.
6.1.3.3 Reinforcing culture of excellence

The institute rewards the faculty members in the form of incentives for their active
contribution to institution building activities and also encourages them by
nominating and sponsoring them for attending various conferences, workshops
and seminars for the future growth of the institution and faculty members.

The institute also confers Best Teacher Award and Award for completion of ten
years to motivate and encourage faculty for continuous achievements.

The institute also awards staff members for completion of ten years of service and
minimum number of leaves availed in an academic year to encourage them for
better performance and ensuring commitment and belongingness towards the
organization. The institute also sponsors staff to various conferences, workshops
and actively participates in their intellectual development process. Staff members
are also encouraged to pursue higher education for which they are given tuition
fee waiver, education loans and paid leave during examinations.

Students are awarded for outstanding academic performance and are awarded with
gold medals. Students are also sponsored to attend outside conferences,
workshops etc. The institute also has various national student events like
JIGYASA (National Research Paper Contest), MANAGEMENT GAMES,
MANTHAN (Annual Management Festival), PRAGYA (National Summer
Training Project Report Contest), SWAVLAMBAN (National Business Plan
Contest), PRAYAS (National Case Study Competition), SRIJAN (National
Software Contest), SPARDHA (National Sports Festival).
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The Students Club of PIMR provides a platform to students for expressing their
talent and acquired knowledge. The Club also organizes seminars, competitions,
quizzes, cultural programs etc. Majority of these activities are planned and
executed by students themselves. The Institute has been organizing a three-day
annual management festival, Manthan since 1998. Strong team spirit and the
feeling of camaraderie develop among students when they spend time together in
social and professional activities like Manthan. This year Manthan was organized
during October 6-8, 2013. 36 events are organized on the occasion of Manthan
including a Cultural Night. Various Awards are constituted for these events.

Institute has a number of publications like e-journal international journal, books,
e-gyan, Abhigyan, Sanganak, status paper, case monograph etc.

The institute has an Entrepreneurial cell to promote entrepreneurship.

The institute has chapter of associations like ISTD, ISTE, NHRD, AIMS etc.
Institute has NSS and a Rotract Club.
6.1.3.4 Identifying needs and championing organizational development (OD)?
In order to identify needs and to ensure organizational development institute has the
following mechanism.
In governance the institute has a system of faculty coordinators for each
administrative and academic activity this ensures that all activities are directly under
the leadership of faculty. The system of constant review meetings ensure that needs of
various activities are identified and fulfilled. In addition needs of following
departments are addressed as follows:
103 Computer Lab: In order to upgrade the computer facilities and
audio visual facilities the computer up gradation committee was
formed which is looked after by faculty coordinator and five
members. The committee holds a meeting with its members
once every year to identify the needs of upgradation of
computer lab and other technical aids for keeping it updated
according to the latest trend. This year Computer lab
upgradation committee meeting held on October 22, 2013 at 3
P.M. in the Computer Lab of PG Campus. The committee
members suggested various requirements like softwares to be
upgraded, SPSS with AMOS for at least 25 useres, Eviews 8
Software an innovative solutions for econometric analysis,
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forecasting, and simulation, Plagiarism Software – Turnitin to
be tested and purchased.
B) Library: In order to upgrade library facilities and resources library upgardation
committee was formed which consists of faculty, staff members of library and
students to make sure the availability of all resources required for quality research and
learning.
Library upgardation committee decides norms for library working,
enhances collection of good books, recommends Print Journals, e-Journals and Online
data Bases, suggests provisions for better utilization of library facilities, suggests
improvements in library functioning, organizes workshops for creating awareness of
resources available in the library and training in their use.
C) Placement upgradation: The Placement Cell has formed the Placement
Upgradation Committee, in order to cater needs fitment for the dynamic corporate
world and industry standards. The committee meets once a year to audit and upgrade
the processes and objectives, of the Placement Cell. Following are recent changes
incorporated:
1) Creation of the Placement Portal, in order to eradicate the manual process of
communication and application to the companies and to ensure timely execution.
2) Re creation and restructuring of the Alumni Portal, to reconnect with the Alma
Mater.
3) Planning for and successfully achieving International Placements.
4) Sectoral modifications, in pitching for organizations.
D) Club: In order to cater the needs of students related to industrial exposure and
providing training and consultancy in their specializations five clubs were formed
namely Marketing Club, Finance Club, IT Club, IB Club, HR Club.
E) Event Coordinators:
In order to coordinate various events in the institute
faculties are given event co-ordinatorship for different types of activities, which is
rotated amongst the faculty. This system ensures that all faculties oversee all
activities and demonstrate effective team efforts.
F) Program Coordinators: The institute also has program co-ordinators for student
mentoring. Program coordinator ship of the different program is constituted with the
objective to keep a track of smooth conduction of the program and to ensure that the
class is engaged regularly and timely. All committees discuss their issues and
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activities in joint faculty meetings headed by the Director. Suggestions made by
these committees are placed before Academic Council, Executive Council, Board of
Studies for approval.
G) Assessment Centre: It was developed with the aim to measure personality
(directly and indirectly), Behaviour, Social Aspects, Managerial Aspects for the
groups and also for individuals. The test are related to intelligence, creativity,
decision making, personality features like Machiavellianism, Psychological Arousal,
Team Behaviour, Interpersonal relations, Indirect test for personality measurement
such as Thematic Apperception Test, Ink-Blot Test etc. Since 28th August 1997 the
Center is working and is providing its services to the students. The center
consistently uses consumable booklets for measurement of concerned psychological
or behavioral aspects of students for enhancing intelligence, creativity, decision
making and personality. The Centre has been found with the solemn objective of
assessing and developing competencies of students,
alumnus and executives
working in the organizations. The Institute has also planned to expand the scope of
the Assessment Center by using the inventory for the Competency Assessment of the
Students and Professionals.
H) Research Committee: In order to encourage research activities in the institute the
research committee has been formed. The institute has a research committee and the
Director of the Institute is Chairman of the research committee. Research Committee
members at the departmental level facilitate and monitor research being carried out
in their relevant areas. This Research Committee encourages and motivates faculty
members to submit research projects to various funding agencies. The committee
also renders adequate help in preparation of project proposals. The committee is
involved in synchronizing and encouraging research activities carried out by faculty
members of various departments. The committee facilitates research case writing
workshops, research methodology workshops which are conducted twice in a year.
Besides, the committee reviews the progress of the research work done by the
faculty members periodically. The research committee also provides support to PhD
research scholars registered with the institute. The committee also encourage young
faculty to register for PhD.
104 Were any of the senior leadership positions of the College
vacant for more than a year? If so, indicate the reasons.
No.
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105 Does the College ensure that all positions in its various
statutory bodies are filled and conduct of meetings at the
stipulated intervals?
Yes.
106 Does the College promote a culture of participative
management? If yes, indicate the levels of participative
management.
Yes, the institute promotes a culture of participative management. The college
promotes culture of participative management. All decisions are taken by institution
through various bodies which find representation of faculty, staff, students, alumni,
management etc. Besides the institute have various committees like Placement
Committee, Computer Up-gradation Committee, Library Committee, Research
Committee, Examination Committee, Admission Committee etc. Faculty, university,
staff, industry, alumni, society members, students find representation of various
committees.
For policy and strategic decision making the institute has Board of Studies,
Academic Council, Executive Council and Finance Committee. For smooth day to
day administrative functioning institute has following committees:
Examination Committee, Admission Committee, Disciplinary Committee, Anti
Ragging Committee, Student Council, Alumni Committee etc.
For smooth academic functioning institute has following bodies:
Research committee, Syllabus Committee, E-cell, Marketing Club, Finance Club,
HR Club, IB Forum and IT Club.
107 Give details of the academic and administrative leadership
provided by the University to the College?
The institute is an autonomous Institute since 2006 and the institute therefore has the
following bodies for its administrative & academic growth in line with its vision
mission and higher education goals namely Governing Body, Academic council and
Board of studies. In each of these bodies the university nominates academicians of
repute from its University Teaching Departments to provide guidance to the institute
in administrative & academic issues.
Besides this the institute being affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya gets its
guidance on all important committees like faculty selection Committee, course
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inspection committee, guidance from dean student welfare for student related issues,
guidance from NSS cell of university, nomination on Autonomous expert panel
inspections by university etc.
The university also regularly sends circulars which provide guidance to institute
regarding its working. The university also has a very collaborative approach and
involves the institute on various university bodies and committees. Senior
academicians from colleges of the affiliated university are nominated to visit the
institute during autonomous examination as flying squad. The university has
recognized the institute as a Research Centre and guides the Institute regarding PhD
scholars and guides registered with it.
108 How does the College groom the leadership at various
levels?
The institute attempts to develop leaders at all levels.
AT HOD LEVEL:
1. HODs are responsible for overall development of their departments. Autonomy is
provided to HODs to organize activities, propose new courses and suggest measures
to enhance the academic quality of their programs.
2. HODs are part of important administrative committees of the Institution namely
Board of Studies, Academic Council and Executive Council. Besides they also coordinate important activities like Research, Examinations, International and National
Conference,
Research
Methodology
Workshop,
Case
Writing
Workshop,
Admissions, Publications,etc. These activities, which are rotated every year, groom
them in every aspect of institutional and academic development.
3. HODs are encouraged to travel and visit numerous establishments by way of
Conferences, Workshops and Seminars to find out how they are functioning, observe
their practices and implement them if necessary.
4. HODs are also encouraged to update their knowledge and academic leave is
provided for the same.
5. HODs are also nominated to conduct training programmes and MDP to enhance
their skills and knowledge.
AT FACULTY LEVEL:
1. Faculties are given exposure to various institution building activities on rotation
basis to allow all faculties to develop in all areas.
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2. All activities of the institute are headed by faculty coordinators.
3. Faculties are nominated to attend Conferences/ Workshops/ Seminars.
4. Faculties are nominated for FDPs/ MDPs and Workshops/ Seminars conducted by
the institute.
5. Faculties are encouraged to do PhD and research work. Faculty who are also PhD
guides the institute provides them necessary support for guiding their research
scholars.
AT STUDENT LEVEL:
1. Institute encourages students to head various student committees like HR club,
Marketing Club, IB Forum, Finance Club, IT Club, Student Council, Placement Cell
etc.
2. Institute organizes continuous leadership development programs like role plays,
soft skills and educational program, certificate programs to enhance knowledge of
students.
3. Students are developed to be Industry ready by providing them various platforms
like Summer Internship Projects (SIPs), On the Job Trainings (OJTs) and Extra
Mural Lectures to develop themselves.
4. Institute promotes entrepreneurs through a specialist entrepreneurship development
cell NEN that has tie-ups with numerous industrialists.
5. Institute nominate students to attend various outside institute activities, conferences
and competitions to develop leadership skills.
109 Has the College evolved any strategy for knowledge
management? If yes, give details.
Yes, the Institute has evolved a strategy for knowledge management. The institute
has various mechanisms to capture, share and effectively use organizational
knowledge.
The college has well-stacked library and an internet centre that cater to the needs of
both the faculty and the student community to update their knowledge. . All faculties
are given laptops and additionally have a computer network where all vital
documents, code resources and e-books are shared. The faculty has access to on-line
databases like Proquest, Ebsco, Delnet CMIE and Economic Outlook etc. The
campus is Wi-Fi enabled.
a. Library – The institute has its own online library software – AccSoft Ver. 2. It
is Wi-Fi enabled; there is a facility of e-library and e-journals in the library. It
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has an access to electronic databases namely EBSCO Database, Proquest,
DELNET Databases, CMIE and Economic Outlook.
b. Research information – The institute has subscription of e-journals and
journals. The institute publishes Case Monographs, Abhigyan (compilation of
research paper abstracts, Conference Books, Sanganak, Status Papers to name
a few. Cases developed during case writing workshops are published in
journal, case monograph and ECCH. The Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research has been listed on Proquest. The information is
shared internally through library bulletins and notice board.
c. Student Information –The knowledge is shared amongst students by way of
publishing student magazine Pratishtha annually. Students are allowed to
make use of internet in the institute’s premises and hostel. Institute has made
available subscription of newspapers in the library to share knowledge
amongst students and staff. Notice board is also one of the main sources of
knowledge sharing for students. The institute has integrated software through
which cases, teaching material etc are shared with students. Using AccSoft
software, students can keep a track of their attendance, go through the session
plan, access and submit assignments, conduct online objective test and
download examination form.
Collaboration within the institution:
There is close coordination among the various departments and sections of institute
for exchange of information through on-line information systems. Various
departments collaborate to share information regarding the following:
a) Monthly Attendance details of the students
b) Academic performance levels of the students (Internal and External examination
performance)
c) Projects being pursued
d) Seminars, Workshops and Guest Lectures being organized
e) Developmental activities of the department through department clubs like
Marketing Club, Finance Club, IT Club, IB Club, HR Club etc.
f) Periodical Internal Audit being conducted
g) Latest achievements by staff and students of each department
h) Latest placements in recent campus recruitment drives conducted
This sharing of information creates transparency leads to knowledge sharing within
the organization and facilitates cooperation among different departments and
sections. The institute publishes a newsletter which contains update of all institute
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activities and events. The institute publishes Swagat a booklet which contains all
information about various faculty and staff roles within the institute, kutumbakam
which contains blood goups, birthdays, phone numbers and addresses of all faculty
and staff.
110 How are the following values reflected in various functions
of the College?
Contributing to national development

The institute is a premier B-School in central India and ranks among top 50 B
schools in India.

The institute grooms its students for industry as well as promotes
entrepreneurship through its NEN cell.

The institute recognizes and rewards eminent academicians, industrialists,
entrepreneurs, alumni and social entrepreneurs.

The institute also helps growth of intellectual capital of the nation by organizing
international conferences, National Research Methodology Workshops, National
Case Writing Workshops etc.

The institute also helps development of industry personnel through MDPs, EDPs
etc.

The institute has chapters of NHRD, ISTD, ISTE, AIMS to name a few whereby
it contributes to these bodies at national level.
Fostering global competencies among students

Initiation of outcome based education thus making students globally competent.

Keep monitoring the industrial needs and develop the curriculum based on that.

Encouraging students for industrial visits, internships, Minor and Major Industry
oriented projects.

Special emphasis on soft skills & communication to sustain in Global
competition.

Engaging students in learning foreign languages such as French, German and
Chinese.
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Sending students for foreign industrial visits.
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Exposing students to faculty and industry persons with global experiences.

Exposing students to foreign cultures by having foreign interns on campus from
different counties.
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Inculcating a value system among students

The institution is imparting human values among the student community by
organizing various program in addition to the systems imbibed in regular
academics.
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Institute has made available a room of silence for all the students and faculties
for yoga and meditation workshops.

The institute has social projects as part of curriculum.

The institute arranges spiritual tours and workshops at national level.

The institute has a Holistic Centre for self awareness and development which
conducts various activities, like lectures, yoga camps etc.

The institute also has a Rotract Club affiliated to Rotary International under
whose banner students do a number of activities like fund raising activities, tree
plantation, health and eye checkups etc.

The institute has a chapter of NSS under aegis of which it does activities like
eye donation undertaking drives, blood donation camps etc.
Promoting use of technology

The institute has a well equipped computer lab with computing resources to
cater the technological needs of the Institute. The Campus of the Institute is WiFi enabled. All faculty members are also provided with laptops.

All class rooms are facilitated with LCD projectors.

All the faculty members are qualified and trained to use computers, Intranet,
Internet, Audio-Visual aids and Computer aided teaching packages. However,
sessions on current trends, updations and latest technology are 251 rganized
regularly for all the faculty and staff members.

The institute has integrated software ACC Soft 2.0 for all its activities.

The institute has a website for the institute and alumni.

The institute also has its presence on social networking site.

The institute has video conferencing facilities which are used to ensure global
faculty and industry interaction with students.

The institute also uses IT facilities for its examination, results, online tests etc.
Quest for excellence
7. The Institute is recognized by the UGC under 2(f) and 12(b) sections of the
UGC Act, 1956 in the year 2003. The institute is accorded permanent affiliation
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by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidalaya, Indore in the year 2000. The institute has been
conferred Autonomy twice, in 2006 and in 2012 by UGC.
8. The institute MBA program is accredited by National Board of Accreditation
AICTE.
9. PIMR library has also been awarded with the Best Library Rolling Shield for the
year 2001-02 by Indore Division Library Association. It has also received
Excellent Library Award by Indore Division Library Association, 2007.
10. The Institute is an institutional member of European Case Clearing House
(ECCH) which facilitates effective and efficient searching of management cases
and 95 Cases have been developed by in-house faculty.
11. The institute organizes international conference on contemporary issues related
to management to promote research. The First Conference was organized in
collaboration with Pracchi- Pshyco Cultural Research Association on “Human
Behaviour and Management Practices in 21st Century” on January 30-31 1999.
Since then, the institute has conducted seventeen national conferences and eight
international conferences.
12. To bridge the gap between academia and industry the institute organized first
national seminar on institute- industry interface on September 12, 1999. Eleven
such seminars have been organized by the institute so far.
13. Thirty case writing workshops have been conducted so far. 250 plus cases have
been developed which have been published in Journals and Case Monographs.
14. The institute conducted its First Research Methodology workshop in 2003. The
institute has conducted ten national research methodology workshops which
have resulted in the academic contribution of 100 plus research publications.
15. Institute publishes books, Status Papers, Case Monographs to etc.
16. The institute publishes its International Journal which is subscribed by national
and international Institutions, exchanged with 134 national and 10 international
Institutions and is on Proquest database to International Circulation.
17. The institute is a research centre with 105 research scholars, 19 Research guides.
43 Scholars have been awarded Ph.D. degrees till date.
18. The institute organizes Best Ph.D. Thesis competition to promote recognition of
quality research.
19. The institute has secured placements in top MNCs for its students. 75
Companies visit campus for placement. 3 students of institute have secured
international placement in 2014 with packages of Rs. 15 lacks per annum.
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20. The institute has an e-cell which organizes entrepreneurial workshops, seminars
and faculty training programs on entrepreneurships. The institute has won the
National Award in 2014 for its contribution in E-Week, by NEN.
21. The institute has broken Guinness book of world record for longest backward
walk in 2014 to promote entrepreneurship. An activity in which 1300 students,
parents, faculty, staff and other citizens of Indore participated.
111 Give details of the UGC autonomous review committee’s
recommendations and its compliance.
The details of the UGC autonomous review committee’s recommendations and its
compliance are as follows:
Prestige Institute of Management and Research is conceived as a unique growth
oriented Institute of professional education. The institute made a beginning with BBA
& MBA program in 1994 and since then it offers various programs at PG and UG
level. All MBA programs of the institute enjoy AICTE recognition. Besides this, the
institute is a recognized research center for Ph.D program, currently 85 research
scholars are registered with the university. The MBA program offered by the institute
has been accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) of the All India
Council for Technical Education, New Delhi since 2000 and lately in 2011. The self
finance institute should discharge social duties also. They should help needy and
economically deprived students. Funds should be earmarked for this purpose. In order
to support and encourage innovative research by the faculty some funding should be
made available by the Institutes.
The institute does not have hostel building of its own. The two hostels maintained by
the institute are well maintained in hired building. However, the institute should plan
to develop its own hostel building. It is recommended that the institute should develop
e-library and to begin with join the INFLIBNET network. IQAC of the Institute is
functioning well in the Institute. Reports generated by IAQC should be submitted to
the UGC and DAVV.
112 Strategy Development and Deployment
113 Does the College have a Perspective Plan for development?
If so, give the aspects considered in development of policy
and strategy.
The institute has a prospective plan of becoming University with International
presence in the next 10 years. The institute has applied for status of both deemed
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university which is in progress application no PIMR/2007/459 dated 4th May 2007.
The institute has signed a MOU with M.P. state government for establishment of
private university whose work is in progress. The aspects considered in development
of policy and strategies includes providing leadership direction and support for all
aspects of institutional growth and development to all stakeholders and internal
processes. These include:
 Teaching and learning

Use of ICT in teaching learning process.

Use of new techniques of lecture delivery and teaching pedagogy
which ensures learning outcomes.

Exposure to globally experienced faculty and industry personnel.

Providing institute industry exposure.

Provide industrial training.

Exposure to entrepreneurial skills.
 Research and development

Providing online and offline data resources.

Promoting an environment of research through organization of
conferences at national and international level.

Case writing Workshop, Research Methodology Workshop etc.

Providing opportunities to faculty to get international exposure.

Procuring Research Projects from agencies like ICSSR and other
bodies.

All faculties are provided Laptops, Wi-Fi facility and research
assistance.

Faculties are provided academic leave for research.

Students are also encouraged for providing them faculty mentors for
research by guidance. Major research Projects are part of the
curriculum.

Institute organizes Jigyasa, National Student Research Paper Contest.

Students are encouraged to participate and submit research papers in
conferences.

The faculty members of the institute are encouraged to pursue research
and Ph.D. degrees. Academic leaves are granted in order to attend
conferences. Journal entitled “Prestige International Journal of
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Management and Research (PIJMR)” is bi-annually published. Prestige
Research Abstract is published annually wherein research articles are
abstracted by the faculty to encourage research. Institute publishes
Case Monograph series Books, Status Papers to name a few to
publicize research. Its journal is registered on ProQuest for
international access.
 Community engagement
The institute focuses on community service through various bodies like PIMR
rotract club, NSS etc. Rotary International has given Charter to install Rotaract
Club in the Institute to provide opportunity to the students of PIMR to serve
the society in general and weaker sections in particular and carry out programs
to maintain the ecological balance. The PIMR Rotaract Club was adjudged as
the Best Rotaract Club of the Rotary District for the year 2004-05. It organizes
various activities like Blood Donation Camp; and Rose Day and Chocolate
Day, Tree Plantation, AIDS Awareness Seminars, Donation to Orphanages,
Old age home etc. to raise funds which is donated for noble cause.

Holistic awareness and development
The institute has a holistic entre for development which organizes spiritual
camps, extra mural lectures, yoga classes etc. to name a few. A room of
silence is established in the institute. The centre organizes spiritual tours and
workshops for its students.
 Human resource planning and development
Institute has mechanism of notification of regular posts in national and local
English and Hindi newspapers and conducts interview every 6 months. The
institution recruits faculty members and staff based on the guidelines of UGE
and AICTE. Adequate number of qualified teaching and supporting staff are
appointed through codified procedures of open advertisement, presentation and
interview by Expert committee. The recruited faculties are deputed to undergo
faculty development program to enhance the Teaching Learning Process. Staff
members are nominated to attend workshops, conferences and seminars. Staff
members are encouraged to carry further studies and are trained in software to
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handle online operations.The Institute has Placement Cells through which
adequate assistance and guidance is provided to the students. Each Program is
assigned a Program Coordinator who is responsible for mentoring the students
of that program which ultimately looks into the needs, requirement, and
problems related to the students.
 Industry interaction
Professionals and eminent personalities from various fields, disciplines and
industry are invited to interact with the students, share their experiences and
motivate students on different occasions like Extra Mural Lecture Series,
Seminars, Workshops, and Conferences. The Institution has signed
Memoranda of Understanding and has formed Linkages with various
organizations.
Students are given opportunity to visit industries through industrial visits, port
visits, placement visits for better exposure through close interaction. It
understands the need of industry and accordingly offers the additional
programs as value added courses for students. Eminent personalities from
industries are invited as session chairs in international conference for giving
their valuable feedback and input to the research.
Syllabus updation committee organizes meetings which includes academicians
and industrialists to suggest the updations in the syllabus according to latest
trends. The faculty conducts MDPs and offers consultancy to Industry
 Internationalisation
The Institute regularly organizes International Conferences to provide a
platform for the academicians, researchers, industrialists and students to share
their views on contemporary management issues. The institute has foreign
interns from various countries every year like China, Russia, Bahrain, Taiwan
and Egypt just to name a few. It has signed an MOU with AISEC for the same.
The institute provides foreign placement to its students. The institute has
video-conferencing facilities whereby the academicians and eminent industry
persons from all over globe interact with students and faculty. The institute
invites foreign faculty of repute to conduct workshops for faculty and students.
The institute organizes international visits to ports and industry to expose
students to the global environment. The institute also offers its students foreign
languages like Chinese, French, German etc. The institute publishes
international journal bi-annually which is registered on Proquest which is an
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international e-resource. The institute has signed an MOU with Algeria for
education purposes.
Participative Management
Academic activities are planned in advance before commencement of the
session. It ensures qualitative initiative in administration through a well
designed faculty coordinator system which ensures that all activities are
directly under the leadership of faculty. The system of constant review
meeting ensures that activities are done in timely and planned manner.
Decisions related to academic activities are decentralized to a large extent.
Monitoring of syllabus coverage, planning and organizing seminars guest
lectures, workshops, conferences, industrial tours, staff orientation programs,
personality development programs, add on certificate courses, project works
are planned and managed by the respective faculty coordinators and committee
and overall monitored by Board of Studies, Academic Council and Executive
Council
In financial powers
The director is financially empowered to take all financial decisions regarding
budget decided in the finance committee meetings. Faculty coordinators are
also given autonomy to draw funds for functioning and various activities as
per budgets allocated. Student coordinators also have financial flexibility to
micro manage with prior approval of faculty coordinators.
114 Enunciate the internal organizational structure of the
College
for
decision
making
processes
and
their
effectiveness.
The institute has internal organizational structure elaborated as follows for decision
making processes:
ORGANISATION CHART
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Director
HOD
HR
Finance Marketing QT/System Economics
Registrar
Accounts
Officer
Librarian
Accounts
Section Asst
Lib.
6.2.3
Assistant
Computer Stores
Superintendents Centre Section
Sports
Section
Examination
Section
Academic Section
Lib.
Asst
Book
Lifter
Specify how many planned proposals were initiated / implemented, during the
last four years. Give details.
1. Accreditation: The MBA (Full Time) program offered by the Institute was
accredited by National Board of Accreditation, AICTE, New Delhi in the year 2003
and since then reaccredited in 2006, reaccredited in 2012.
2. Autonomous Status: The Institute has been accorded Autonomous Status by UGC
since July 2006 and has been re-accorded Autonomous Status in the year 2012.
3. Syllabus Revision: The institute has been continuously revising its syllabus. The
syllabus is revised in the academic year 2010-11, 2011-12. This year in 2013-14
again the institute is in the process of revision of syllabus.
4. New Courses: Three post graduate degree programs namely MBA (Marketing
Management),
MBA
(Personnel
Administration)
and
MBA
(Financial
Administration) have also been started. At the under graduate level B. Com Hons.,
MMC, BBA (FT) have been introduced. Following certificate program have also
been introduced:

Advanced Diploma in Business Computing (ADBC)

Certificate Program in Financial Market Analysis (CFA)

National Skill Development Corporation (National Skill Certification and
Monetary Reward Scheme by Government of India )

Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis

Advance Course on Capital Market
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Comprehensive Financial Simulation

Certificate Program on Stock Technical Analysis

MS Excel 2007 Advanced Training Program for B-School Students

Post Graduate Diploma in Event Management and Public Relations(PGDEPR)

Diploma in event Management (DEM)

Executive Post Graduate Program in Management (EPGPM)
5. Expansion of existing premises: Third and fourth floor have been constructed in the
existing premises. A new girl’s hostel has been leased, Purchase of e-software,
Proquest, updation of integrated software etc.
6. The institute has also signed MOU’s with Algeria to facilitate learning and research
development.
7. The institute has signed MOU’s with Punjab National Bank and Central Bank of
India for financing students for pursuing their higher education.
8.
The institute has signed following MOU’s for carrying out research activities and
live projects in collaboration with industry.
 NMORE: Live projects with the industry which helps in strengthening and
broadening the concepts and practices of Research and analytics among
students, familiarizing students with latest techniques in research – both
qualitative as well as quantitative, enhancing students’ competence and analytic
skills.
 Shoppers stop: The course has been designed for students of undergrads namely
Shoppers Stop Fashion Retail Management course
 BSNL:
Students have done live project with BSNL to measure customers
perception regarding BSNL service in Indore.
 Innoserve Solution: It focuses on education, training and information technology
services in India.
 AIESEC: Under this program the students are allowed to send the students as an
intern for doing program abroad and foreign interns come to institute for doing
program.
115 Does the College have a formally stated quality policy? How
is it designed, driven, deployed and reviewed?
The institute has a quality policy which states as under “To Provide Quality
Education in Disciplines of Management and Computer Science (MBA, BBA, BCA,
Ph.D in Management)”.The quality policy of the institute is designed with the
objective to ensure that quality education is provided to students in management and
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computer science. The institute ensures quality in academics through constantly
updating course contents, course delivery and various qualitative inputs like inter
institute interface, summer training, major research projects, on the job training etc.
It ensures qualitative initiative in administration through a well designed faculty
coordinator system which ensures that all activities are directly under the leadership
of faculty. The system of constant review meeting ensures that activities are done in
timely and planned manner. The feedback system though student evaluation, self
appraisal, peer appraisal as well as participation of ranking of external agencies like
B-School Surveys as well as NBA ensures quality delivery.
The institute has an Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) under which it has
following committees which reviews and suggests measures for enhancing Quality.
1. Placement Review Committee
2. Computer Lab up gradation Committee
3. Library up gradation Committee
4. Research Committee
5. Publication Committee
Besides these committees the institute also goes in for external evaluation like NBA
of AICTE, ISO certification, IAO certification.
Rankings from leading business magazines like Business Today, Business World,
Ministry of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB,
Careers360, Business India, Competition Success, Education Expo TV, Dalal Street
Journal,
The
Week
Mars,
SiliconIndia,
Chronical
Publication,
MBA
UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore, GHRDC-CSR and Outlook etc.
The institute also has a system of regular review meetings of each activity in faculty
meetings to identify area of improvement, suggest changes and then review the
changes implemented.
The institute also has at its apex bodies Board of Studies, Academic Council and
Executive Council which meet to review activities and suggest new initiatives.
116 How does the College ensure that grievances / complaints
are promptly attended to and resolved effectively? Is there
a mechanism to analyse the nature of grievances for
promoting better stakeholder-relationship?
The Institution has constituted different Committees which address issues/matters
that fall within their purview. Besides, each program is assigned to faculty member
under the program coordinator ship. Students meet their respective program
coordinators to give their feedback, grievance or complaint. The program
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coordinators try to resolve their difficulties on their own or report to the Director as
per the case. In case of any issue, the Director along with their Program
Coordinators,
Time-Table
Coordinator,
Discipline
committee,
Attendance
Coordinator looks into the grievance and arrives at a suitable settlement.
The institute also has following committees as to handle student / staff / faculty
grievances:

Internal Security Committee

Proctoral Board

Anti Ragging Committee

Anti Ragging Squad

Students Counselors for Anti-Ragging

Committee for Curbing Sexual Harassment and Violence against Women
117 Does the College have a mechanism for analyzing student
feedback on institutional performance? If yes, what was the
institutional response?
Yes, there is a mechanism for analyzing student feedback. The mechanism is as
follows:
(a) Through written Student Feedback taken every semester
(b) Through feedback received from Faculty Program Coordinators
(c) Through direct interaction with the Director
(d) Through suggestion boxes and assess to director email and mobile number
(e) Students also give feedback through various committees of which they are a part
like Placement Committee, Sports Committee, Alumni Committee, Disciplinary
Committee, Computer Library, Student Council etc.
The students give a written Feedback every semester to the institute. Besides, the
director has a personal interaction with all students every semester to ensure that
student’s feedback on all aspects is taken. The feedback of students are immediately
assessed and faculty are counseled, faculty co-coordinators are informed and
concerned staff is asked to immediately resolve the issue if any.
118 In what way the affiliating University helped the College to
identify the developmental needs of the College?
The affiliating university nominates the eminent personalities from reputed colleges
and universities on the institute Governing body, Academic Council and Board of
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Studies to provide the suggestions to improve the quality of education in the college.
The university nominates academicians as subject exerts on faculty selection panels.
119 Does the affiliating university have a functional College
Development Council (CDC) or Board of College and
University Development (BCUD)? If yes, in what way
College is benefitted.
Yes, the affiliating university has a functional College Development Council (CDC).
The CDC inspects the institution prior to granting approval for new courses. The
Dean participates in faculty recruitment panels. It provides guidance on academic
and research development of faculty.
6.2.9
How does the College get feedback from non-teaching, teaching, parents and
alumni on its functioning and how it is utilized.
1. The director has regular meetings with non-teaching staff to take staff feedback
2. Staff is represented on all important committees of the institution in which they
give their feedback like
1. Examination Committee
2. Library Committee
3. Placement Cell
4. Computer upgradation committee
5. Alumni Committee
3. Teacher feedback
1. Teacher’s give feedback about institute functioning through their presence
on
a)
Program Coordinators
b)
Members of various committee like Disciplinary Committee, Research
Committee, Computer Committee, Library Committee, Placement
Committee, Awareness and Holistic Development Committee, Sports
Committee etc.
c)
Via their representation on Board of Studies, Academic Council,
Executive Committee and Finance Committee.
d)
Faculty meetings which are held regularly to discuss administrative and
academic activities of the institute.
e)
As coordinators of various activities like EML, Institute Industry
Interface, Girls and Boys Hostel, Summer Internships, Publications etc.
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All suggestions received are discussed in faculty meetings headed by the
Director and necessary decision is taken in a consultative way.
120 Parents Feedback:
Parent interaction meetings with Faculty, Program coordinator, HOD and Director
are encouraged. Parents are members of Institute Committee like Anti-Ragging
Committee. Parents are invited and feedback is sought to invocation ceremony and
cultural events of the institution. Parents are invited as judges to judge student events
and give their feedback. Parents are also invited to give their feedback in Award
Ceremony held by the institution to honor its meritorious students every year. The
grievances and suggestions are welcomed and remedial actions are taken.
121 Alumni Feedback:

Feedback from alumni is obtained in Alumni meets and EMLs.

They are invited as judges in different student events. Alumni are invited in
conferences, cultural events and in the meetings of advisory board.

Alumni’s meeting once in a year is held in the institute premises.

Director and faculty members get active feedback.

Innovative ideas are planned and follow up actions are taken on need basis.

Alumni also are part of the Advisory Committee and IQAC Committee
through which they give feedback.
122 Does the College encourage autonomy to its academic
departments and how does it ensure accountability?
The college has made optimal use of its Autonomous Status by taking following
initiatives

Every department is free to propose new degree programs, certificate programs in
their respective departments.

Each department proposes new activities for students under its club. Five clubs
exist namely IT club, International Business Forum, Marketing Club, Finance
Club and HR Club.

Each department suggests support programs for its students. Example training in
Excel, Personality Development Training in Tally, IT skills etc.

Each department proposed its curriculum enhancements and modifications

Each department suggest paper setters, moderators etc in examination process
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
Each department has flexibility to conduct training program, consultancy and
carry research projects etc.

Each department also suggests FDPs, Seminars and Conferences for Faculty
Development.

Accountability of department rests with HODs who report to the Director. The
Departmental Performance and proposals are finally approved in Board of
Studies, Academic Council and Executive Council.

The institute also has a system of review meeting of HODs with Chairman and
Vice Chairman Prestige Education Society once a year.
123 Does the College conduct performance auditing of its
various departments?

YES, the college follows the ISO 9001:2012 certification to conduct the
performance auditing of its departments.

The institute has regular faculty meetings where performance of each department
is reviewed.

The various bodies of the Institute namely Board of Studies, Academic Council
and Executive Council and Finance Committee also review the performance of
various departments

The institute regularly participates in B-School ranking surveys every year.

Its MBA program has been thrice accredited by National Board of Accreditation.
124 Faculty Empowerment Strategies
125 What efforts are made by the College to enhance the
professional development of teaching and non teaching
staff?
Teaching Staff

Members of the faculty are encouraged to undertake research leading to M.Phil. /
Ph.D. degrees.

They are deputed to Seminars/Workshops/Conferences, faculty development
programmes, Orientation Programmes and Refresher Courses. Seminars /
Workshops are conducted by the Institution. Eminent Speakers are invited to
deliver lectures.
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Training programs are conducted to improve teaching skills of faculty members.
Improvement in teaching, training and learning facilities by strengthening library
by online journals and e-resources. Faculty members are encouraged for
consultancy work.

The institute also regularly organizes various conferences, workshops and
seminars for faculty members like National and International conferences,
Institute- Industry Interface, Case Writing Workshops and Research Methodology
Workshops. Institute provides academic leave to faculty, sends them abroad, and
nominates them for training program, MDPs, FDPs, workshops and conferences.

Institute has number of in-house publications like conference books, souvenirs,
case monograph, International Journal, e-journal, status paper where faculty can
contribute their research papers and cases. Institute is member of ECCH where
faculty can send cases for international circulation. Institute journal is listed on
proquest which is an international e- database.

Institute is a research centre and encourages faculty to become Ph.D. research
guides. Faculties are encouraged to upgrade their qualification by registering for
Ph. D. and undergoing certification programs. The institute also has the privilege
of hosting chapters of professional bodies like:
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PIMR, Indore Chapter of the Indian Society for Technical Education inaugurated
on November 26, 2005.
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PIMR, Indore Chapter of the National HRD Network inaugurated on December
13, 2003.
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PIMR, Indore Chapter of the Indian Society for Training and Development
inaugurated on May 20, 2000.
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PIMR, Madhya Pradesh Chapter of the Association of Indian Management
Schools since March 11, 2000.
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Besides, the institute has professional affiliation to the following bodies:
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AIMA (All India Management Association)
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NIPM (National Institute of Personnel Management)
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AMDISA (Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia)
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NIFE (National Institute – Industry Forum for Energy)
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CII (Confederation of Indian Industry)
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FFE (Forum of Free Enterprises)
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ECCH (European Case Clearing House)
Non-Teaching Staff
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Special sessions are conducted for the development of non-teaching staff. They
are deputed to attend workshops conducted outside the college.
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Non teaching staff is encouraged to go for higher studies.
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They are provided leave for examination.
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They are also provided tuition waver facilities for UG/PG programs offered by the
institute.
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Their wards are also provided tuition fee waiver for school and UG/PG programs
run by the institution.
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Staff members are trained for strengthening the knowledge of using latest
facilities and equipments. They are provided training to use computer facilities
and trained on the institution integrated software, Accsoft.
126 What is the outcome of the review of the Performance
Appraisal Reports? List the major decisions.
Performance appraisal reports give quantitative assessment of a teacher on Six major
par 266rganize namely
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Teaching, Learning and Evaluation Related Activities
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Co-curricular, Extension and Professional Development. Related Activities
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Research , Publications, Consultancy and Academic Contributions
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Student feedback
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Peer group feed back
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Result of students.
The targets are set for each of the categories. If the final grading falls below the
minimum target level, the teachers are counseled by the Director. They are then
nominated to attend faculty development programmes inside or outside the college
and opportunities are given for their improvement. They are counseled by HODs
regarding their lectures and Research etc. The institute also rewards faculty with Best
Faculty Award every year, where faculty is presented laptop for his/her outstanding
performance.
127 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and
non teaching staff? What percentage of staff have availed
the benefit of such schemes in the last four years?
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The employees are eligible for taking Casual Leave of 13 days / year. Vacation leave
for teaching faculty are 60 days in a year. Vacation leave for non-teaching staff
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members are 30 days in year. In the last four years 98% of the staff has availed Casual
Leave of 13 days / year, 94% of faculty and staff avail vacation leave in the same year
and leaves not availed are converted into Earned Leaves and are credited in
employees account which they can avail in upcoming years. On duty leave facility is
given for doing higher studies to employees. 5 percent staff members have availed on
duty leaves every year for higher studies in last four years.
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Fees reduction/ concession for faculty’s ward are given, if admitted in Prestige group
of institutions. 3 percent employees of the institute have availed this facility in last
four years.
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TA, DA, registration fees and other expenses are given for attending paper
presentations and training Programmes. 92% have availed the facility of TA, DA,
registration fees and other expenses for attending paper presentation and training
programmes.
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The institute has transparent system of management with well set norms, service
rules, leave rules etc. The institute rewards the faculty members in the form of
incentives for their active contribution to institution building activities by way of Best
Faculty Award every year.
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Institute provides lien facilities. The institute allows the leave for Ph.D. work to
faculty and 7 % faculty members have availed leave for Ph. D work in past four years.
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The institute also confers Award for completion of ten years and minimum number of
leaves availed in an academic year for encouraging them for better performance and
ensuring commitment and belongingness to the organization. 3% employees have
been conferred Award for completion of ten years.
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The institute also sponsors staff to various conferences, workshops and actively
participates in their intellectual development process. Staff members are also
nominated for workshops and encouraged to pursue higher education. 10 % staff
members were sponsored to such conference and workshop.
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Staff members are given tuition fee waiver for self study, leave for examination, sent
on tours to different cities every year as part of Shantiniketan, Pravas and Port visit.
The institute has waived off the tuition fee for self study to 5 percent staff members of
the institute and 25 % staff members were sent on tours to different cities every year
as part of Shantiniketan, Pravas and Port visit.
128 What are the measures taken by the College for attracting
and retaining eminent faculty?
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The strategy adopted to attract and retain talented faculty is done by providing them
following facilities:
1. Sponsored Participation: All the faculty members are sponsored for attending
seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and workshops twice in a year.
The sponsorship includes registration fees, Traveling and Dearness Allowance and
academic leave.
2. The institute regularly organizes Conferences, Seminars Faculty Development
programs, and academic forums to provide in-house facility to all the faculty
members.
3. The faculty members are also given facilities like library, laptops, access to
international and national journals and e-resources.
4. The institute also has a Chapter of ISTD and ISTE, AIMS and NHRD. The Institute
provides faculty with opportunity to attend lectures of eminent personalities from
industry and academia on contemporary issues on management.
5. Research Grant and Study Leave: The faculty members are given research grant for
the project undertaken by them. The institute also has a provision for study leave
which is given to the faculty members for attending international and national
conference within and outside the country.
6. Institution has faculty club to create a congenial atmosphere among faculty.
7. Faculty are encouraged to do Ph. D. and supported as Ph.D. guides.
8. They are recognized by way of best faculty award every year.
9. Faculty are encouraged to do MDPs and EDPs
10. Faculty are given extra remuneration for participating in student seminars, guiding
MRP, guiding SIPS, coordinating examinations, coordinating admissions to name a
few besides yearly increments in salary, medical leave etc.
129 Has the College conducted a gender audit during the last
four years? If yes, mention a few salient findings.
Since, the college adopted norms and procedures of Government of Madhya Pradesh
in student admission 30 percent quota is reserved for females in each category of
general, SC, ST and OBC. No Gender Audit has been conducted. Employment is
available for both Men and Women according to the Norms of AICTE / UGC.
130 Does
the College conduct any gender sensitization
programs for its staff?
The college has a rich tradition of providing equal opportunities to each gender. The
Staff is dutiful and cultured and has a great respect for one another and they regard the
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students as their children. The institution is headed by a lady as the Director. The
faculty has 50 % of fairer sex, 16 % staff are ladies and 38 % students are girls. The
culture of the institute is very healthy and cohesive. All institution committees find
representation of ladies. Student clubs and student council also have equal
representation of fairer sex.
131 What is the impact of the University’s UGC-Academic Staff
College Programmes in enhancing competencies of the
College faculty?
Widening their outlook in their specialties with the latest development in knowledge
and technology. Refresher courses make the Staff participants aware about emerging
changes in their respective subjects and also new trends in teaching learning process.
Competencies improved in Teaching Field, Use of Modern Teaching Aids, TeacherStudent Relationship, Counseling the Students.
132 Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
133 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective
and efficient use of financial resources?
The budgetary allocation for the institute is arrived at by taking into consideration
student strength, fees and income from other sources like sponsors delegate fees etc.
Budgeted expenditure for various heads are received from concerned parties and
discussed in the Finance Committee. All purchases are made through a central store
which monitors Budgeted expenditure. A review meeting is held by Finance
Committee to monitor the budget.
134 Does the College have a mechanism for internal and
external audit? Give details.
Yes, the institute has a mechanism for internal and external audit.
The internal audit is done regularly by the UWC Associates of the institute.
The external audit is done annually by qualified Chartered Accountants, Sunil Betala
and Company.
The external audit is done regularly through participation of the institute in B-School
Surveys conducted by agencies and magazines like Business Today, Business World,
Ministry of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB,
Careers360, Business India, Competition Success, Yuva, Education Expo TV, Dalal
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Street Journal, The Week Mars, SiliconIndia, Chronical Publication, MBA
UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore and Outlook to name a few.
135 Provide audited income and expenditure statement of
academic and administrative activities of the previous four
years.
The income and expenditure statement of academic and administrative activities of
the previous four years are as attached in Annexure 1.
136 Have the accounts been audited regularly? What are the
major audit objections and how are they complied with?
Accounts are audited annually as per statutory requirement. There are no major audit
objections.
137 Narrate the efforts taken by the College for resource
mobilization.
The institute is a self financing institution and major source of funds are received by
way of fees. The education society provides funds as and when needed for
infrastructural development.
The institute also generates funds through registration fees for various national and
international events it organizes. The institute receives sponsorship from industry for
its various activities. It also receives funds from MDPs and consultancy.
138 Is there any provision for the College to maintain the
‘corpus fund’? If yes, give details.
Yes, there is a provision for the institute to maintain the ‘corpus fund’. The details are
as follows:
Corpus Fund Details
Sr. No.
Particulars
Amount (in Rs.)
01.
FD with DAVV (SBI)
65,760/-
02.
FD with DAVV (PNB)
99,370/-
03.
FD with DTE, Bhopal (PNB)
19,20,000/-
04.
FD with Higher Education, Bhopal (SBI)
3,40,984/-
05.
FD with Higher Education, Bhopal (PNB)
10,40,732/-
06.
Accrued Interest (Upto 31/03/2013)
6,11,000/-
Total
40,77,851/270
139 Internal Quality Assurance System
140 Does the College conduct an academic audit of its
departments? If yes, give details.
Yes, the institution undertakes academic audit of its departments every year internally
as well with help of external agencies.
ISO Audit: The ISO conducts administrative and academic audit every year.
The institute has various committees for its academic audit namely research
committee, admission committee, examination committee, placement committee etc.
which are supported by faculty program coordinators and event coordinators,
specialization clubs to name a few. These committees, coordinators and clubs
regularly review academic inputs, which is discussed in the joint faculty meetings,
where actions on their suggestions are taken.
Besides, every semester, the head of institution analyzes and discuss the various
parameters with the faculty members of different department. Improvements and
proper implementation of departmental activities are appreciated and the reasons for
non-performance are discussed at length. Beside this, institute regularly conducts
meeting of Executive council, Academic council and Board of studies to review the
status of academic inputs and outputs.
For the purpose of academic audit by external agencies, institute participate in the
ranking process done by external reputed agencies/organization like Business India,
Business Today, Outlook, Business World, Competition Success Review, The Week
etc. It also takes part in ISO certification and has been accredited by National Board
of Accreditation (NBA) for its MBA program and AIO.
141 Based on the recommendations of academic audit what
specific measures have been taken by the College to
improve teaching, learning and evaluation?
Academic audit is beneficial for the growth of the whole institute and related
activities. The specific measures have been taken by the Institute are as follows:
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Providing course outlines and course schedules prior to the commencement of the
academic session in the library.
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Variety of teaching learning methods apart from regular lecture method like role
plays, interactive sessions, presentations, Extra Mural Lectures, Guest lecture
series etc. are offered to students.
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The learning is made student centric by arranging regular and scheduled lectures
on all subjects and doubt classes after completion of course to facilitate the
students.
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Along with these extra mural lectures, add on lectures by subject experts from top
management institutes are also arranged to facilitate enhanced learning to the
students.
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Use of latest ICT Tools like Wi-Fi Campus, Internet facility, Audio visual Aids
for classroom teaching etc.
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The students are also encouraged to submit and present their assignment in
PowerPoint and other latest format to facilitate learning by doing.
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Exchange of the teaching material and other assignments through a common
software interface accessible to all the faculties and students.
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Online Attendance of students, which is visible to students via their logins, for the
self monitoring and transparency.

Concept of extra lectures and counseling sessions for helping the slow learners
(students) to cope up in a course.
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The advanced learners (students) are given opportunities to presents their research
work in various national
and international conferences and also are given
platform to conduct market survey and research for corporate and social topics.

The institute started the concept of faculty program coordinator for the course,
who looks after smooth conduction of classes, regular feedback from the students.
Counseling hours for resolving the student’s problem relating to subject, research
project and other personal problems faced by the students.
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Emphasis on holistic development of the students by organizing regular activities
like Meditation camp, Art of Living Classes, Yoga Classes, Spiritual tour and
classes, EMLs by renowned spiritual leaders, Blood Donation Camp, Visit to
orphanages and old age homes etc.
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Faculty members give library assignments to students to encourage the use of
library services.
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Online Examination in internal assessment has been introduced.
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New Innovative components have been introduced in the internal assessment
scheme like Fish Pond, News Wire, EML, Summer Training Projects, and Marks
for attendance, case presentation, social work projects, to name a few.
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Student feedback on course content and subject taught along with the feedback on
the faculty members is taken in every semester as a measure to have academic
audit and thereby improving upon on all the functional areas.
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The institute has instituted Best Teacher Award given on the basis of student and
peer feedback.
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The internal and external marks are available online to ensure transparency.
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The institute has a software system that enables submission of assignment online.

In external examination introduction of case/practical problem in every course.
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The marks of internal are transferred online to the examination centre and
semester examination result is online.
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Faculty and staff are separately remunerated for internal evaluation of students.
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Faculty members are remunerated to sit in panels of MRP at different stages,
summer training and seminar presentations.
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Faculty members are also remunerated to be guide for MRP’s.
142 Is there a central body within the College to continuously
review the teaching learning process? Give details of its
structure, methodologies of operations and outcome?
The institute has various committees for its academic audit namely research
committee, admission committee, examination committee, placement committee etc.
which are supported by faculty program coordinators and event coordinators,
specialization clubs to name a few. These committees, coordinators and clubs
regularly review academic inputs, which is discussed in the joint faculty meetings,
where actions on their suggestions are taken.
Besides, every semester, the head of institution analyzes and discuss the various
parameters with the faculty members of different department. Improvements and
proper implementation of departmental activities are appreciated and the reasons for
non-performance are discussed at length. Beside this, institute regularly conducts
meeting of Executive council, Academic council and Board of studies to review the
status of academic inputs and outputs. Along with these committees Internal Quality
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Assurance Cell (IQAC) is also an important arrangement for internal co-ordination
and monitoring.
Before the beginning of new academic session, various committees and faculty
coordinator were proposed by the Director and then finalized in the faculty meeting,
so that the activities of the new academic session can be planned in advance. The
Head of the institution conducts the meetings through to discuss the functions and
responsibilities to be implemented. In this way, all major decisions relating to various
committees and the institutional activities are taken in the faculty meeting chaired by
the director. Thereafter communicated to the all concerned via notices, circulars etc.
Major outcome of the continuous review and monitoring helps in maintaining the
overall quality of teaching and learning process. Regular interactions between the
students and faculty members helps in resolving the operational problems
immediately as well as the planning the enhancement activities properly related to
teaching and learning.
143 How has IQAC contributed to institutionalizing quality
assurance strategies and processes?
The IQAC plays important role in institutionalizing quality assurance strategies and
processes in the institute at all level i.e. student level, faculty level and institution
level. Some of the key points highlighting contribution of IQAC in quality assurance
are as follows:
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It has introduced the strategy of faculty remuneration for promoting mentoring in
summer internship projects, seminars and Major Research Projects.
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It has suggested the strategy of alumni run alumni association.
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It has conceptualized the advisory board.
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It has suggested formation of clubs to promote specialization.
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IQAC has recommended and started 360 degree faculty appraisal.
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It has introduced a system for staff appraisal.
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IQAC has suggested strategy of getting faculty from eminent institution to teach
entire courses to MBA students.
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The improvement in integrated software is strategy suggested for greater
transparency in the system.
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Signing MOU with AISEC for foreign student internship is a strategy suggested to
provide students with global exposure.
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IQAC has suggested strategy of registration of institute journal in International
online databases for wider circulation.
144 Does the IQAC have external members on its committees?
If so, mention any significant contribution made by such
members.
IQAC has two external members on its Committee. The Significant contributions
made by them are as follows:
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Worked closely with the placement cell of the institute for On Job Training,
Summer Training and Placements etc.
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Helped in curriculum development and revision in specific areas of expertise.
145 Has the IQAC conducted any study on the incremental
academic growth of students from disadvantaged sections
of society?
IQAC monitors and plans the ways for the incremental academic growth of students
every year in different ways, some of the ways are as follows:
 The institute tracks progression of students through continuous evaluation scheme.
 The institute also has a mechanism of program faculty coordinators for monitoring
and tracking progress of students.
 The institute also has faculty mentors for students projects, seminars
presentations and summer training.
 The institute also obtains the Feedback is obtained from the employers and
Graduates through E-mail and also through Online and manual Feedback form.
The Placement cell regularly takes feedback from the corporate world in order to
equip the students with the latest industry requirement.
 The Feedback is obtained from the employers about the performance of our
Alumni to know about their competency and performance. This system of getting
feedback from the graduates is to facilitate the college as follows:
a. To take appropriate measures to enhance the knowledge of the
students.
b. To know the current requirement of industry in order to prepare the
students.
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The institute believes in regular and continuous assessment of the student to make
sure that there is enhanced learning and furthermore, the lagging behind student
and differently-abled students can be given counseling sessions and extra lectures
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in the respective subjects so that they can cope up with other student. Some of the
initiatives are as follows:
15. Free newspaper: The institute provides business newpapers such as
economic Times and Business Standard to the students of all programs
free of cost.
16. Personality Development Classes: Personality Development Classes
are held in the institute for students.
17. Extra Classes: Extra classes for technical subjects like Statistics,
Operations Research, Operations Management, Accounting etc are
held for weak students.
18. Counseling for Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurship Workshops are
also held under the banner of National Entrepreneurship Network to
encourage students to become entrepreneurs.
19. Certificate Programs are also run by the institute to provide extra
knowledge.
20. Foreign Language classes are also organized to students where
students can learn French, German and other foreign languages.
21. Exposure to foreign culture is given to students by taking them to
foreign tours.
22. The institute has Holistic Management cell for students under the
banner of which various activities/ lectures are organized for holistic
development of the students. The activities include Stress Management
and Meditation,
Spiritual Techniques of Managing Worklife
Imbalance.
146 What policies are in place for the periodic review of
administrative and academic departments, subject areas,
research centres, etc.?
The Director of the institution, head of the departments and some senior faculty
members’ act as the team within the institute to review the administrative and
academic departments, subject areas and the research center. They are involved in
various committees as coordinator or member. Besides this, The Institute has a
network of coordinators. Coordinator ship of the different type of activities is rotated
amongst the faculty. This system ensures that all activities have environment of the
entire faculty and demonstrate effective team efforts. Key committees / faculty
coordinators, which facilitate the administrative and academic departments, are
Admission Committee, Examination Committee, Internal Assessment Committee,
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Attendance Committee, Curriculum Updation Committee, Computer Lab Upgradation
Committee, Library Committee, Time Table, Placement Committee, Publication
Committee, Research Committee etc. Along with these committees Internal Quality
Assurance Cell (IQAC) is also an important arrangement for internal co-ordination
and monitoring.
For the smooth and planned working, a faculty coordinator is associated with all
administrative departments, academic departments and the different committees. The
IQAC receives inputs from various faculty coordinators (administrative department;
academic department; committee/event/activity) about their perspective plans that
would be taken for quality assurance and up-gradation. The institute uses internal
reports and periodic meetings as monitoring mechanisms. The faculty coordinators
(committee; academic department; event/activity) prepare their perspective plans and
set annual targets on the basis of inputs coming as feedback from committee
members, faculty members, staff members and students.
On the basis of these inputs, the Director of Institution (Also Chairperson of IQAC)
prepares the institution’s perspective plan. Then the annual calendar (events/activities
to watch) and the academic calendar, then spells out time bound targets which are set
on the basis of its perspective plan. These calendar acts as the tools that are used for
monitoring actual performance at the institutional level.
Rectification measures are deployed in case there is a variance in actual performance.
Reviews of the performance at the departmental levels as well as institutional level
are done through periodic meetings. Departments meet regularly to review the
academic as well as administrative performance and to adopt rectification measures in
case the performance falls below the targets. The Director holds regular meetings with
faculty, more frequent meetings with the heads of the departments and daily meetings
with the administrative sub-heads in order to ensure smooth implementation of the
institutional plan/calendar. These mechanisms at the department and the institute level
ensure the sustenance and enhancement of quality.
For the periodic review research and related activities is monitored by the research
committee. The Director of the Institute is the Chairman of the research committee.
The Research Committee members at the departmental level facilitate and monitor
research being carried out in their relevant areas. This Research Committee
encourages and motivates the faculty members to submit research projects to various
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funding agencies. The committee also renders adequate help in the preparation of
project proposals. The committee is involved in synchronizing and encouraging
research activities carried out by the faculty members of various departments. The
committee facilitates research case writing workshops, research methodology
workshops which are conducted twice in a year. Besides, the committee reviews the
progress of the research work done by the faculty members periodically. The research
committee also provides support to the PhD research scholars registered with the
institute. The committee also encourage young faculty to register for PhD.
Any additional information regarding Governance, Leadership and Management, which
the institution would like to include.
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Criterion VII: Innovations and Best Practices
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CRITERIA VII: INNOVATION AND BEST PRACTICES
Innovation is the hallmark of excellence in any educational initiation. It is also an
indicator of quality assurance. Such an innovative approach is being adopted by the
Institute.
147 Environment Consciousness
PIMR has always shown concern towards environmental issues. Seminars,
Symposium and other awareness programs have been organized on a regular basis to
create environmental consciousness among students and society. The institute
promotes use of environment friendly equipment and water conservation techniques.
Other measures taken are plantation drives, and anti-plastic drives and creating
awareness among students through documentary and movie screening.
Recently, Eighth PIMR International Conference 2014 was organized on the theme
“Managing People, Process and Environment for Global Prosperity”. Earlier,
Manthan 2010 (Annual Students Festival) was organized on the theme “Go Green”.
E-Week 2009 (Entrepreneurship Week) in association with NEN was organized on
the theme “Go Green: The World is our Business” was organized.
148 Does the College conduct a Green Audit of its campus?
PIMR is taking steps to conduct “Green Audit” in its campus and facilities.
149 What are the initiatives taken by the College to make the
campus eco-friendly?
Energy conservation and Use of Renewable Energy: Facilities built on the campus
since the last accreditation has been designed to make use of natural light and
ventilation. The equipments used in computer labs use less energy and are eco
friendly. Solar panels are used for water heating in hostels. Institute has replaced old
bulbs with CFL bulbs, Star Rated Acs are installed, Message displayed on Gate of
each class room to ‘Switch Off’ Lights, Fans, LCD in class room before leaving,
‘Remove the plug from the socket’ whenever appliances are not in use.
Water Harvesting: Rainwater harvesting has been done in the campus for water
conservation.
Efforts for Carbon Neutrality and Plantation: The Institute makes use of the NSS and
Rotary Club to popularize and undertake tree plantation in the students’ community.
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These exercises are done regularly. There is awareness among the students, staff and
faculty about the importance of eco-friendliness. The campus has initiated a AntiPlastic drive initiative by using paper / e-banners for all its programs. The institute
organizes drives for old clothes donations which are recycled by distributing them to
slum areas. The institute has a integrated software system which reduces the amount
of paper uses in accounts, store, library, students section, exams, student
assignments, students attendance, placement student assessment to name a few.
Hazardous Waste and E-waste Management: The e-waste produced in the Institute is
recycled as an input to the sister Engineering Institute (Prestige Institute of
Engineering and Science, Indore) which uses this for its various projects.
7.2
Innovations
7.2.1
Provide details of innovations introduced during the last four years which have
created a positive impact on the functioning of the Institute.
The Institute has introduced various innovations that have shown a positive impact
on the functioning of the college.

Formation of Advisory Council.

Industry and Expert inputs in curriculum development.

Integerated Software for Academic and Administrative efficiency and
transparency.

Installation of Video Conferencing facilities and Video conferencing Sessions
to interact with experts and 281rganized from India and Abroad.

New Papers like Economic Times and Business Standard are subscribed in
bulk for all the interested students. Moreover a part of such charges is borne
by the Institute.
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The institute has come out with an e newsletter and and e journal.

Institute has introduced a Holistic Centre for Self Awareness and
Development.
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Pratibimb (Management Lesson through Film)
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Formation of Finance Club
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Formation of Marketing Club
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Formation of HR Club
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Formation of IB Club
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Formation of Economics Club

The institute has established a Room of Silence for Meditation and for
conducting workshops on Yoga and Meditation.

Online examinations, Fish Pond and Open Book Tests.

Social Projects for students.
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Industry sponsored research projects.
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Port Visits

Foreign Interns

Faculty of premier institutes are called to conduct entire course.

Faculty program co ordinators for student mentoring

Aghaaz E cell for promoting Entrepreneurship

Constitution of various awards like Outstanding Alumni Award, PIMR Best
Researcher Award, PIMR IT Excellence Award, PIMR Social Entrepreneur
Award, PIMR Young Entrepreneur Award.
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Research Methodology Workshops for students
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Induction programs for students

Support Classes for PD and Business Communication
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Website page for alumni etc.
7.3
Best Practices
7.3.1
Give details of any two best practices which have contributed to better academic and
administrative functioning of the College.
Best Practice I
Title of the Practice: Academic and non –academic input beyond curriculum
Objectives of the practice: The institution accords highest priority to the over-all
development of the student and understands that the professional prosperity of student
originates from all the fields. Fostering global competencies among students is the
main objective of the institute. Rigorous efforts are put forward by the institute for the
students to upgrade the non-academic standards and widening the thinking of the
student thereby, keep them abreast of global developments in various domains. The
institution takes meticulous care by providing quality in all spheres by innovating
continuously through advanced methods, meaningful research and intimate relations
with business, industry and other institutions in the country and abroad.
The Context : Students are encouraged constantly to prepare numerous programs to
bring their leadership qualities to limelight.
The Practice :
National and International Educational Tours are organized for providing global
exposure like the technology, administration systems and management, tourism ,
culture etc. The institute also encourages students for industrial visits, PPT
presentation, internships, minor and major industry oriented projects to build
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leadership skills. The institute regularly nominates the students to participate in
various conferences and competitions organized at national level. The registration fee
and the lodging-boarding charges are borne by the Institute. Special emphasis on soft
skills & communication to sustain in global competition is laid and students are
engaged in learning foreign languages such as French and German, Chinese. The
institute introduced various skill development programmes in association with various
bodies like NEN, NSS, NSDC etc. and the institute has also signed MOUs with four
foreign universities for student and faculty exchange. Students are given exposure
related to faculty and industry persons with global experiences and related to foreign
cultures by having foreign interns on campus from different counties. The institute
also organizes continuous leadership development programs like role plays to
encourage students to empower themselves through experimental learning.
National research paper contest is organized annually by the institute to foster the
skills among the students to undertake scientific management research since 2004.
The institute 283rganized national business plan contest “Swavlamban” since 2004
to hone the entrepreneurial skills of the students and to offer them an opportunity to
apply conceptual knowledge. For fostering and testing the software development
skills amongst the students of various professional programs, the institute organizes
national inter-institute software contest, Srijan annually. Teams from various
academic institutions across the country participate in the contest by developing
Database and Core languages oriented software projects. The institute organizes
National Inter Institute Case Study Competition Prayas every year since 2001 and
national summer training project report contest Pragya is organized annually in the
institute since 2002.
To chisel the personality of the students, PIMR organizes National Sports Festival,
Spardha annually. The .events in Spardha include carom, chess, table tennis and
volley ball. The institute has a full time Sports officer who encourages sports students
to give their best on the field. The students get the travelling expenses for
participating in outside events. Physical Education Department of the college
possesses quality sports equipment, provide refreshment allowance in addition to
other allowances to meet dietary requirement.
The institution is imparting human values among the student community by
organizing various program in addition to the systems imbibed in regular academics.
These programmes include understanding the society through various programs like
Rotract Club, Art of living Camp, Yoga and Meditation Camp. The institute has a
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Rotract Club which is sponsored by Upper Town Rotary, Indore. Under this club the
students organize events to raise funds for social cause like orphanage children, old
age homes, Deaf and Dumb children’s, Thalasemia patients etc. Rotract Club is
affiliated to Rotary International under whose banner students do a number of
activities like donations, blood donation camps, fund raising activities, tree plantation
, seminars and awareness programs on crucial issues like Breast Cancer, Female
Foetecide etc. Visit to and donation to orphanages and old age homes, etc. is also
organized for inculcating social values. The institute has also undertaken project on
creating and promoting women entrepreneurship sponsored by Canadian Consortium.
The institute also has a Cell developed especially taking care of issues for Curbing
Sexual Harassment against Women. Institute has made available a room of silence for
all the students and faculties for meditation purpose. EMLs by renowned spiritual
leaders are conducted on a regular basis.
To give the practical edge to the students, the institute provides a platform in various
areas of management in the form of clubs like Marketing Club, HR Club, Finance
Club, International Business club in which various industry and academic experts are
invited for interaction and other management activities are also organized. In case of
projects undertaken by BCA students, these projects are well researched and sold to
corporate.
The institute has faculty counselors who counsel students applying for Civil Services,
Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations. They
encourage students to read magazines and newspapers and also organizes various
seminars and quizzes to help them increase their general knowledge. Institute has
been signed up MoUs with InnoServ Solution Private Limted, Pune,
ɳmore,
Hyderabad, HDFC Bank Limited, AIESEC, Indore, Central Bank of India.
Case Study method,. Major research projects, Seminar presentation, Summer
Training, Fish Pond Activity and Live wire (Current Knowledge) , extra mural
lectures, guest lecture series, add on lectures by subject experts on moral and ethical
values are also arranged to facilitate enhanced learning to the students.
The institution has a placement cell which helps to identify job opportunities and
develop entrepreneurship skills. The institute has secured placements in top MNCs for
its students. 75 Companies visit campus for placement. 3 students of institute have
secured international placement in 2014 with packages of Rs. 15 lacks per annum.
The institute organizes various conferences and international conferences to help
students actively participate as student delegates and also contribute in different
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organizing committees. Through the conferences students learn the practical
exposures and interact with industrial and academics experts.
The Students Club of PIMR provides a platform to students for expressing their
talents and acquired knowledge. The Club also organizes seminars, competitions,
quizzes, cultural programs etc. Majority of these activities are planned and executed
by the students themselves under the guidance of a faculty. The Institute has been
organizing a three-day annual management festival, Manthan since 1998. By spending
time together in social and professional activities strong team spirit and the feeling of
camaraderie develops among students. A hierarchal structure for students is adopted
for the smooth and proper conduction of the event.
The institute has a entrepreneurship Cell which conducts programs throughout the
year and provides support to budding entrepreneurs. This cell promote entrepreneurs
through a specialist entrepreneurship development cell NEN that has tie-ups with
numerous industrialists. PIMR has introduced entrepreneurship workshops for
entrepreneurship development in association with NEN which enhance the decision
making skills of the students.
Evidence of Success:
The institution is one of the top ranking institutions in terms of Placements because of
the over-all development of the student.
Due to the input given to the students, there is an increase in the number of students
seeking admission every year in the institute.
Student highest salary received in placement has increased to 15,00,000 Rs and
international placement has been procured.
The institute has been ranked among top 30 B schools by external agencies.
The institute attracts sponsorship for student projects at undergraduate level.
The Aghaaz E Cell has bagged the National Award for its efforts to promote
entrepreneurship in 2014 by NEN Wadhwani Foundation.
Students of the institute are getting attracted to becoming entrepreneurs and starting
their own ventures.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required: Institute is self financed and has
an extremely supportive management. Besides, the Director enjoys autonomy in
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functioning. Faculty are highly dedicated, young and enthusiastic. The institute
functions in a decentralized and participative manner which allows smooth
implementation of new ideas and initiatives.
Best Practice II
Title of the Practice: Healthy, Participative and transparent management system.
Objectives of the practice: The College has always encouraged participative management at
the department or at the committee level by collectively designing, managing and
implementing the programmes in a transparent system and ensuring engagement of all
stakeholders.
The Context: For effectiveness of any organization the engagement and satisfaction of all
stakeholders is necessary. This is more so in an educational institution as the purpose of
education requires the education to enhance the thinking of the student, develop him
holistically and result in self sustainability. To ensure this the system has to be participative
and transparent.
The Practice: Different activities are organized for the development and welfare of staff.
Staff club are formed which organizes excursion and regular gatherings. Special sessions are
conducted for the development of non-teaching staff. They are deputed to attend workshops
conducted outside the institution. For the construction of house, marriage, education and
other personal reasons, the institute provides them loans. Group insurance is provided to the
staff, and staff training program are conducted for their improvement. They are encouraged to
go for higher studies and are provided tuition fee waiver and leave for examinations. Some of
the staff members have been promoted to the faculty level after completion of higher studies.
Their wards are also provided tuition fee waiver for school education in Prestige Public
School which is a CBSE school of the group. Staff members are trained for strengthening the
knowledge of using latest facilities and equipments. They are provided training to use
computer facilities and trained on the institution integrated software, Accsoft. The staff are
part of all major committees of the institute and form an important backbone for smooth
functioning of the institute. The institute has transparent system of management with well set
norms, service rules, leave rules etc. which are well publicized.
The institute has policies which encourage faculty to attend conferences, present and publish
research papers, undergo training and upgrade their knowledge. Due to this many faculty
members have completed/registered for their P.hD after joining the institute, many faculty are
recognized PhD guides of renowned universities. Faculty give consultancy, provide training
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to industry and other educational institutes in India and abroad and are certified trainers for
national bodies. Institute is a research centre and actively supports research. Flexible timings
to the faculty are provided for better working. The institute also provides a platform due to
various conferences, case writing workshops and comesout with various publications like
International Journal, E journal, Case Monographs, Status Papers, Books to name a few.
To meet the social need of the faculty, the institute has a faculty club which is a platform
which celebrates birthdays, plans excursions, does social service and
results in a bonding
between faculty. All major activities of the institute like International Conference, National
Conference, Manthan the annual students fest etc are organized with the help of committees
which see the participation of all faculty members and staff. These committees are changed
every year. The activities of the institute right from placement, internals, examinations,
hostels, student activities, MIS etc are looked after by faculty coordinators. The activity co
ordinatorship is rotated to ensure that all faculty get an opportunity to develop themselves in
all activities of the institute. The Director of Prestige Institute of Management Dewas,
Prestige Institute of Management Gwalior and Prestige Institute of Management and
Research, Indore have all been faculty at Prestige Institute of Management and Research and
have been groomed here. The institute faculty are in eminent educational institutions like
Narsee Monjee as MBA program head, IIT Rourkee, IIT Chennai, IIM Calcutta to name a
few. These faculty act as ambassadors of the institute and are still associated with the institute
in various capacities. The institute also has a system of providing lien to faculty who join
premium national institutions for career advancement.
Transparent system: To ensure transparency in the system all policies and procedures are
well publicized by the institute. The institute publishes Swagat which is a booklet containing
the names of all faculty co ordinators and committees including staff and there activities.
Information Brochure which contains details of course, faculty, activities of the institute,
infrastructure etc. The institute publishes Kutumbkam, which contains name and personal
details of all faculty and staff. The institute also publishes a newsletter and an e newsletter for
publicizing the activities of the institute. The institute also has a website which is regularly
updated. The institute has also got an alumni web page to keep the alumni abreast with
activities of the institute. Institute has an online integrated software for students attendance,
assessments, examinations, assignments etc This ensures transparency as students can see all
their details of marks, assessment etc online even tests are online. The software also has
modules for examination, admission, placement, student section, store etc. The institute has a
system of feedback from all stakeholders namely, students, faculty, alumni, 287rganized,
academi and society. This feedback is used to enhance teaching learning outcomes,
administrative activities, industry related activities, research, evaluation etc. The institute also
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has a system of regular internal and external audit to ensure that the authenticity of data is
ensured. This includes financial audit, academic audit, infrastructure audit, store audit and
library audit.
The Institute has different committees like library up-gradation committee, computer upgradation committee, placement up-gradation committee which meet twice a year to suggest
enhancements and infrastructural needs of library, computer and placement cell respectively.
Social networking websites and different advanced IT Technologies like what’s app and face
book are used for proper communication between faculty and students. Besides bulk SMS
facility is subscribed to by the institute for communication of important information to the
students.
Evidence of Success:
Due to the input given to the students, there is an increase in the number of students seeking
admission every year in the institute.
The institute has been ranked among top 30 B schools by external agencies.
The institute has a healthy work culture where all members of the institute actively contribute
towards the institute success.
Faculty is motivated and students are energetic, enthusiastic and participative.
The institute has systems in place which ensure that the functioning of the institute and its
progress is not individual specific.
Institute has a low attrition rate and staff and faculty enjoy long association with the
institution.
The current director of the institute has been with the organization for the last 20 years.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required:
Problems Encountered and Resources Required: Institute is self financed and has an
extremely supportive management. Besides, the Director enjoys autonomy in functioning.
Faculty are highly dedicated, young and enthusiastic. The institute functions in a
decentralized and participative manner which allows smooth implementation of new ideas
and initiatives.
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Evaluation Report of Departments
289
Evaluative Report of the Economics Department
1.
Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Economics Department and was established in 2007.
2.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
The courses offered are MBA ( International Business) and BBA ( Foreign Trade)
3.
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
The details of interdisciplinary courses and departments involved are as follows.
S.No. Name of the course
1
Principles
and
Course
Practices
Semester Department
of MBA(IB) First
Management
HR
and
General
Management
2
Statistical Methods
3
Information
MBA(IB) First
Technology
For MBA(IB) First
Systems and QT
System
Managers
4
Marketing Management
MBA(IB) First
Marketing
5
Organisational Behaviour
MBA(IB) First
HR
6
Human Resource Management
MBA(IB) Second
HR
7
International Marketing
MBA(IB) Second
Finance
8
Accountancy
Financial MBA(IB) Second
Finance
and
Management
9
Quantitative
Techniques
and MBA(IB) Second
System
Operations Research
10
E-Business Fundamentals
MBA(IB) Second
System
11
International Financial Management
MBA(IB) Third
Finance
12
Development and Management of MBA(IB) Third
System
Information Systems
13
International Marketing Research and MBA(IB) Third
Marketing
Consumer Behavior
14
Advanced IT Tools
MBA(IB) Fourth
System
15
Industrial and Service Marketing
MBA(IB) Fourth
Marketing
16
Fluency in Global English
BBA(FT) First
HR
17
Financial Accounting
BBA(FT) First
Finance
18
Principles of Foreign Trade
BBA(FT) First
HR
19
Information
Technology BBA(FT) First
Systems
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Fundamentals
20
Global Business Communication and BBA(FT) Second
HR
Public Relation
21
Marketing Management
BBA(FT) Second
Marketing
22
Basic Mathematics and Statistics
BBA(FT) Second
Systems
23
Computer Applications in Business
BBA(FT) Second
Systems
24
Human Resource Management
BBA(FT) Third
HR
25
Foreign Trade Information System
BBA(FT) Third
Systems
26
Financial Management
BBA(FT) Fourth
Finance
27
Market Entry Strategies
BBA(FT) Fifth
Marketing
28
Advertising and Sales Promotion in BBA(FT) Fifth
Marketing
Foreign Trade
29
International finance
BBA(FT) Fifth
Finance
30
Cross Cultural Behavior
BBA(FT) Sixth
HR
4.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
The courses offered are following semester system
150 Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
The courses taught in other department are given below:
S.No. Name of the subject
Course
Semester Department
1
Managerial Economics
MBA(FT)
First
HR
2
Business and Economic Environment
MBA(FT)
Second
HR
3
Economic Indicators
MBA(FT)
Third
HR
4
Business Environment
BBA
Second
HR
5
Managerial Economics
BBA
First
HR
6
Managerial Economics
MBA(FA)
First
Finance
7
International
Second
Finance
Third
Finance
Economics
and
Forex MBA(FA)
Management
8
Economic Indicators
MBA(FA)
9
Applied Economics
Bcom(Hons) Second
Finance
10
Labour Economics
MBA(PA)
HR
11
Managerial Economics
MBA(PT)
12
Business and Economic Environment
6 Number
of
teaching
posts
sanctioned
and
filled
Third
(Professors/Associate
291
Professors/Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professor
Associate Professors
1
1
1
1
Asst. Professors
9
9
151 Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation,
292rganized292ty292292 (D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)
Name
Qualification
Dr.R.K.Sharma
Ph.D. and MIB
Designation Specialization
Professor
International
No. of Years
of
Experience
32
Business
Dr. Nitin
Tanted
Ph.D. and MBA (Business
Economics-Finance)
Associate
Finance
12
Economics
8
International
12
Profess
or
Dr. Rupal
Chowdhar
Ph.D., MA (Economics),
Assistant
M.Phil (Economics)
Profess
y
NET Qualified
or
Ms.Amrita
MBA(International Business)
Thakre
Ph.D ( Submitted)
Assistant
Profess
Business
or
Ms.Raksha
Thakur
MBA (International Business)
Ph.D (Pursuing)
Assistant
Profess
International
10
Business
or
Dr. Nishant
Joshi
MBA (Foreign Trade)
Ph.D
Assistant
Profess
Foreign
9 years
Trade
or
Ms.Anubha
Bendre
MBA (International Business)
Pursuing Ph.D
Assistant
Profess
International
8 years
Business
292
No. of
Ph.D.
students
guided
in the
last 4
years
08
Name
Qualification
Designation Specialization
No. of Years
of
Experience
or
Mr.Mohit
MBA(Foreign Trade),FDP IIM,
Moghe
Indore
Assistant
Profess
Foreign
5 years
Trade
or
Ms. Mahak
MBA (IB)
Assistant
Goreja
Profess
International
31/2
Business
or
Ms Anuradha
MBA(IB),
Pathak
Dr Seema
Assistant
UGC,NET(Management)
Profess
PhD Pursuing)
or
PhD(Economics),MA(Economics),
Jhala
Assistant
UGC NET, ICSSR- Research
Profess
Fellow 2003-2006
or
International
8 years
Business
Economics
2
Years
I
7 Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information
MBA(IB): 40 percent
BBA(ForeignTrade): 45 percent
152 Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
MBA( IB) : 15:1
BFT: 30:1
10 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned
and filled
Sanctioned
Administrative
Technical Staff
45
7
Filled
45
7
11 Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies
293
No. of
Ph.D.
students
guided
in the
last 4
years
and grants received project-wise.
Applied Major Research Project
S.No
1
Project Title
Socio Economic Status of Tribal
Women in Madhya Pradesh
Faculty
Dr. Rupal
Chowdhary
Cost
Rs. 1000000/-
Ongoing Minor Research Projects
S.No
Project Title
Faculty
Cost
1
Public Perception towards Equity Market
Dr. Nitin Tanted
Rs. 49000/12 Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
NA
13 Research facility / centre with
National and State recognition: The research centre is recognized with Devi Ahilya
Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the university is recognized with UGC.
14 Publications:

number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
Tabular Form
S
Name
of Journal
N
the
Publication
o
Faculty
s
1
Dr R K 4
Monographs(Statu
Chapter
s Papers)
s
Edite
in d
Books
Writte
books
Books
n
1
13
7
1
3
23
2
1
2
13
1
1
10
Sharma
2
Dr
Nitin 3
Tanted
3
Dr Rupal 6
chowdhar
y
4
Ms
3
Amrita
Thakre
5
Prof
3
6
Raksha
Thakur
294
6
Dr
5
2
10
1
Nishant
Joshi
7
Ms
Anubha
Bendre
8
Mr Mohit
01
Moghe
9
Ms Mahak 2
Goreja
10
Dr Seema
Jhala
11
Ms
7
5
Anuradha
Pathak
Paper published in Journals
Dr R K Sharma
 Ajeet and Sharma R.K, ‘Factors Affecting the Consumers’ Buying Behavior for
Various Shampoo Products in Indian Rural Markets: A Perceptual Study of Male and
Female Consumers’. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Business
Research (ISSN 2162- Sahoo 0954) published by Modern Technology & Management
Institute (MTMI), USA.
 Sahoo Ajeet and Sharma R.K (2012) Published a case titled- ‘‘Reliance Petroleum Outlets:
Died in Smoke! ; Reborn in Fog!’’ in Enqueter [Volume: 2, Issue: 1; January- June 2012
(ISSN No.2249-1473)].
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K (2010) , Revealed Comparative Advantage of Indian Soybean
Meal Exports, Deliberative Research Journal, Vol-6;Issue -6, ISSN 0976-1136
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K, Sidique Nisha and Shiv Prasad (2011), “Let Block Heads Read
what Block Heads Wrote, A Case of Sheetal Exports”, Share Study Journal of Multi
Disciplinary Research. Vol.02, Issue 02, Pp 98-101(ISSN NO. 09764712)
Monographs (Status Paper)
 Sharma R.K, Yogeshwari Phatak and Nitin Tanted (2010),Green Shoot of Recovery
in the world Economy. Status Paper,S.P.No.PIMR.2010/01
Chapter(s) in Books( Conference Proceedings)
295
 Sahoo Ajeet and Sharma R.K, (2013), ‘Foreign Direct Investment, Regional
Inequality and Growth in India’ in the conference proceedings of Eighth National
Conference on “ENTREPRENEURSHIP: DRIVER FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH”
 Sharma R.K. (2011), An Empirical analysis of Export Potential of Automobiles from India, in
R.K.Sharma and Nishant Joshi (Ed) Gravity.(ISBN 978-93-8096-609-0) the paper is indexed
in SSRN and is available on public viewing
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K and Joshi Neha(2011), Empirics of the Exploits and recognition
of Mobile Banking, A New Pragmatic Maxim, in Nitesh Bhatt and Bindi Mehta (Ed)
Managing in Turbulent Times; Enterprise Initiatives and Technology Implication, New Delhi,
Excel Books( ISBN 93-80697-45-7)
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K and Joshi Neha(2011), An Econometric Assesment of Relational
Interaction between Higher Education and Economic Growth in India, in Yogeshwari Phatak,
Deepak Jaroliya and Rupal Chowdhary (Ed) Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation;
Emerging Financial and Technological Trends, New Delhi, Excel Books.(ISBN 978-81-7446929-8)
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K (2010), Impact of Globalisation on Stock Exchange Return; A
Case of FII Investments in India, in K.D.Gaur, Rohini Prasad, Hitendra Bargal (Ed)
Globalisation and Indian Economy, New Delhi, Sunrise Publication . (ISBN 978-81-91002-70)
 Joshi Nishant,Sharma R.K (2010), Global Crisis Local Effects, In Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajith
Upadhyay, Deepak Jarolia (Ed) Managing In The New World Order: Strategies For
Sustainable Business Devlopment , New Delhi, Excel Books.( ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4 )
 Sharma.R.K and Joshi Nishant (2010), Performance Management System in Academic
Institutions in Sitanshu Panda, N.Shiva Rama Krishna (Ed), Hyderabad, Excel Books. (ISBN
978-81) SWOT Analysis of Agriculture Marketing, published in Economics of Agro
Industries Chapter 22, Page 364.
 Data Warehousing and Data Mining in Retail Sectors:
Transending horizons through Innovatie Global Practices
An Overview:
published in
 Emerging Global Trends in Service sector, February 2006 Page 201-206 “Impact of
Organisational Citizenship. Behaviour on Job Satisfaction: An exploratory Study of
Telecommunication employees.
 Mobile Marketing: A New Mantra, published in Transcending horizons through innovative
Global Practices Chapter 65, Page 681
 Avi Patodi, Nishant Joshi and Dr. R.K.Sharma (2012) Robustness Exploration of Diamond
Exports from India; A Descriptive Study in the Proceeding of 2nd International Conference on
Humanities, Geography and Economics (2nd ICHGE’2012) Singapore April 29, 2012 (ISBN
No. 978-81-922428-8-6).
 Nishant Joshi and Dr. R.K Sharma (2012), Influence of state Owned Financial
296
Corporation on the Growth of MSME in the Central Province of India, Proceedings of
First International Conference on Humanities, Geography and Economics
(ICHGE’2012) Held on March 17-18,2012 in Bangkok, Thailand (ISBN NO. 978-81922428-6-6)
Edited Books
 Innovative IT practices for Organizational Excellence(2009) , New Delhi, Excel
Books (ISBN 978-81-7446-759-1)
 Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations(2010) , New Delhi, Excel Books
(ISBN 978-81-7446- 791- 1)
 Gravity (2011): Pubished by Sunrise Publication, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-8096-6090; the book is available on Google Books and indexed in SSRN available on public
viewing. Co-Edited with Nishant Joshi
 Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship:Transforming World Economy (2012) ,
New Delhi, Excel Books (ISBN 9789350620045) Co-Edited with Ranjana Patel, Nitin
Tanted and Yogeshwari Phatak
 IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business Organisations (2012), New
Delhi, Excel Books (ISBN 9789350621219) Co Edited with Ajit Upadhyaya, Bharti
Motwani and Dr Yogeshwari Phatak.

Mapping Business Excellence Through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices (2013)
New Delhi, Excel Books (ISBN 9789350622544) Co Edited with Sachin Mittal ,
Pragya Keshri and Dr Yogeshwari Phatak.
 The book entitled “Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World
Economy published by Excel Books, Vol. I, ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
 Yogeshwari Phatak, Deepak Jaroliya and Rupal Chowdhary(2011), Value Creation
for Competitive Differentiation( Emerging Financial and Technological Trends, Excel
Books,New Delhi(ISBN: 978-81-7446-929-8.
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers
 Company Law and Secretarial Practices (2011): Pubished by Sunrise Publication, New Delhi,
ISBN 978-93-8096-609-10. Co-Authored with Nishant Joshi and CA.Sachchidanand Pachori.
Paper Published in Journals
Dr Nitin Tanted
297
 Sharda Haryani,Bharti Motwani,Nitin Tanted(2013).Effect of Global Recession on Stock
Sensitivity Index(Beta) With Special Reference to Indian IT Sector, Pacific Business Review
International, ISSN 0974-438X,Pp72-78 ( Received Honrarium of Rs 600)
 Tanted Nitin, DhanshreeNagar,Sukhjeet Matharu (2009). Day of the Week Effect :
Empirical analysis of National Stock Exchange, Fortune Journal of International
Management, Fortune Journal of International Management,Pp.37-45 vol 6 no.2 Jul-Dec
2009,ISSN 0973-0079
 Tanted Nitin, S.Mahalati (2009). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on International
Trade and State Gross Domestic Production of Madhya Pradesh. In K.Ahuja, (Eds.)
Journal of Economics, (p.p.143-151)
Monographs

A status paper entitled “Green Shoot of Recovery in the world Economy,
published
by
Prestige
Institute
of
Management
and
Research,Indore,S.P.No.PIMR.2010/01

A status paper entitled “Transforming Indian Retail through F.D.I” published by Prestige
Institute of Management and Research,Indore,S.P.No.PIMR.2012/02

A Status Paper entitled on “Impact of Economic Crisis –A Financial Perspective” published
by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore (p.p. 26-29),
S.P.No.PIMR.2008/01
Chapters in Books
 Nitin Tanted(2013).A comparative study of single sim Multi recharge operators Vs Multi Sim
Multi Operator Recharging Services in Bhawana Sharma,Manisha Singahi,Yogeshwari
Phatak,R.K.Sharma(Eds) Pp347-356,ISBN978-93-5062-332-9
 Rajendra Jain,Nitin Tanted,( 2013). A study on Empirical Testing of CAPM Model in
Rajendra Jain, Ashima Joshi and Gaurav Chhabra,(Eds.) Pp.33-48, ISBN:978-93-5062-253-7
 Tanted Nitin, Vipin Choudhary, Utsav Makwana (2013). A Study of Financial Performance
of Companies pre and Post-Stock Split in Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak
and Raj Kishore Sharma,(Eds.)Pp 3-17, Excel Book,ISBN: 978-93-5062-254-4
 Tanted Nitin,Akhilesh Jat (2013). Construction of an Optimal Portfolio: An Application to
Sharpe’s Single Index Model “with Special Reference to Nifty Midcap, in Ira
Bapna,H.R.Saluja,Vishal Sood,Mandip Gil, Krishana Mishara(Eds.) Pp.71-87,Excel
Books,ISBN:978-93-5062-183-7
 Tanted Nitin, Anil Kumbhakar (2012).A Study of the relevance of Price Earning Ratio in
determining Market Price of Shares, in
Ranjana Patel,Nitin Tanted,Yogeshwari
Phatak,R.K.Sharma (Eds) Pp.97-128,Excel Books,ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
 Tanted Nitin, Arun Kumbhakar (2011). Effect of Financial ratios on Financial situation of
Banking Companies listed on NSE: An Empirical Analysis, In Yogeshwari Phatak, Deepak
Jaroliya (Eds.),Pp.114-124, Excel Books, ISBN 978-81-7446-929-8
 Bargal Hitendra, Tanted Nitin. (2009). The role of Culture in Consumer Behavior.
Bhakar, Shilpa Sankpal(Eds),Excel Books New Delhi,Pp.194-202
In S.S.
298
 Tanted Nitin(2009).An Empirical study of Problems faced by Indian Companies in Attracting
Foreign Direct Investments : With Special Reference to Madhya Pradesh.In S.Ventaka
Seshaiah,Trilochan Tripathy (Eds.)Business and Development Dynamics issues in India,Vol
III,Pp.59-105,The ICFAI University Press,ISBN 978-81-314-2154-2
 Tanted Shweta, Dr.Rajendra Jain, Dr.Nitin Tanted,(2009).Impact of FDI on Exports and
Imports to Madhya Pradesh: An Empirical Analysis. In Sanjay Dubey, Rajendra Jain (Eds)
Strategies of developing countries: Opportunities and Challenges.(pp.34-43)New Delhi ,Excel
Book, ISBN 978-81-7446-749-2
 Tanted Nitin, S.Mahalati. (2009). Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on M.P.’s
International Trade. In S.S. Bhakar, Shilpa Sankpal (Eds),Excel Books New Delhi,Pp.545554
 Tanted Nitin, Arpit Porwal, Shweta Tanted (2009).A Study of Perceptual factors influencing
Investors Decision in Mutual Fund. In Alok Bansal, Yogeshwari Pathak I.C.Gupta, Rajendra
Jain (Eds) Transcending horizons through innovative global practices. (p.p.12-23)New Delhi,
Excel Books
 Tanted Nitin, Ankit Jain, Rajendra Jain(2009).A Study of Investor’s buying behavior in
Indian Equity Market: With Special reference to the Investors of Indore City.In Alok
Bansal,Yogeshwari Pathak I.C.Gupta,Rajendra Jain(Eds)Transcending horizons through
innovative global practices.(p.p.3-12),New Delhi,Excel Books
 Tanted Nitin, S.Mahalati, Shweta Tanted(2008). Impact of FDI’s inflow on Industrial growth
of Madhya Pradesh.In Omprakash Gupta(Eds), “Modern and Ancient Management:
Directions for Future of Management Thought.”(P.P. 181-199),AIMS Publication
 Tanted Nitin, Shweta Tanted, Rajendra Jain (2008). Role of Information Technology on
Indian Stock Market: A Conceptual study.In I.C.Gupta and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds), IT
Enabled Practices and Emerging Management Paradigms,(85-95),New Delhi, Excel Books
 Nitin Tanted, S.Mahalati(2008). A study of Problems faced by Indian Companies in attracting
Foreign Direct Investment: with special reference to M.P. In I.C.Gupta and Anukool Manish
Hyde (Eds),Navigating Glocalisation through Quality Initiavites,(p.p. 18-32)New Delhi,Excel
Books
 Tanted Nitin, Vipin Choudhary (2006). Growth and survival strategy for Indian Insurance
Company in the era of emerging global competition. In S.L.Kale and Vipin Choudhary (Eds),
Emerging Global Trends in service sector, (p.p.39-45),IBMR Review, IPS,Indore
 Tanted Nitin, G.P.Garg (2004). WTO and 299rganized299t strategy for Indian Tea Market. In
M.Malikaarjun and P.K.Chugan (Eds), Managing Trade, Technology and Environment
(p.p.249-261), Ahmedabad
Books with ISBN Numbers
 The book entitled “Management of Foreign Direct Investment in Indian States” published by
Lambert Academic Publishing Gmbh&Co. kg, Germany, printed in U.S.A and UK,
ISBN:978-3-8443-2262-0
Dr. Rupal Chowdhary
Paper Published in Journals
299
 Chowdhary,Rupal,Shubhangi Jore and Sweta Khandelwal and Navneet Bhatia (2013).
Income Consumption Relationship in Indore City : An Application of Engel’s Law.5(1), pp 111.
 Chowdhary Rupal and Vivek Kushwaha(2013). Domestic Investment, Foreign Direct
Investment and Economic Growth in India since Economic Reforms. Journal of
Transformative leadership. 1(2).
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore, Vibha Sahu and Raksha Thakur (2013). Exchange Rate
and Trade Balance Relationship in India: An Application of Marshall Lerner Condition.
Review of Professional Management.11(2),pp 21- 32.ISSN: 0972-8686,listed in Ulrich
Periodical Directory by Pro Quest, USA.
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore, Raksha Thakur, Kalpana Agrawal and Vishal Geete
(2011). Convergence of GDP per Capita in Asean Countries. Prestige International Journal
of Management and Research, Vol. 3 and 4, No. 1 & 2. Pp 1-9.
 Rupal Chowdhary and Dr. Vivek Kushwah (2009). Determinants of Savings and Investment
in India: A Study Since Economic Reforms. Prerana, Vol1(2).
 Rupal Chowdhary, Shubhangi Jore and Shuchi Sharma( 2008). Relationship Between stock
market and Exchange Rate : An Empirical study. Nirma University Journal of Business and
Management Studies. Vol 3( 1& 2), July – Dec, pp 39-53.
Monographs

Status paper released during the first PIMR International Conference on the topic
“Manufacturing Sector for Sustainable Economic Growth ( Indian Perspective)(2006)
coauthored By Dr. Upinder Dhar.

Status paper released during the Second PIMR International Conference on the topic
“Retailing: A Prime driver of Economic Growth ( Indian Perspective) (2007) coauthored
By Dr. I.C. Gupta.
Chapters in Books
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore and Akanksha Talwar (2014). Investment Behaviour of
Women Investors : A Study of Indore Region on Managing People Processes and
Environment for Global Prosperity edited by Vipin Choudhary, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj
Kishore Sharma and Rajesh Jangalwa, Excel Books, New Delhi.
 Chowdhary Rupal and Nachiket Goyal (2014). A Study of Relationship Between Gold Prices
and Stock Index on Managing People Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity
edited by Vipin Choudhary, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma and Rajesh Jangalwa,
Excel Books, New Delhi.
 Khandelwal Sweta,Rupal Chowdhary and Shubhangi Jore(2013).The impact of Social Media
on Communication and Language amongst the Youth in Mapping Business Excellence
through Vision ,Values and Vibrant Practices edited by Sachin Mittal,Pragya
Keshari,Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma,ISBN: 978-93-5062-254-4,Excel Books,
New Delhi,pp
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore and Khushboo Awasthi (2012). Threshold Level of
Inflation in India: An Econometric Approach in Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship
edited by Ranjana Patel, Nitin Tanted, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma, ISBN:
978-93-5062-004-5, Excel Books, New Delhi, pp 160-167.
300
 Arti Raghuvanshi, Sudeep Soni and Rupal Chowdahary(2011), Operational Efficiency of
Private and Foreign Banks in India : A Comparative Study In Yogeshwari Phatak, Rupal
Chowdhary and Deepak Jaroliya(eds), Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation(
Emerging Financial and Technological Trends, Excel Books, 156-166,New Delhi(ISBN: 97881-7446-929-8.
 Rupal Chowdhary and Dr. Vivek Kushwah (2011). Inflation Rate and Exchange Rate
Relationship in India since Economic Reforms In Yogeshwari Phatak, Rupal Chowdhary and
Deepak Jaroliya(eds), Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation( Emerging Financial
and Technological Trends, Excel Books, 140-148,New Delhi(ISBN: 978-81-7446-929-8.
 Rupal Chowdhary and Dr. Vivek Kushwah (2010). Inflation and Economic Growth
Relationship in India: A Study since Economic Reforms. In Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit
Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya(eds), Managing in the New World Order ( Strategies for
Sustainable Development).pp116-124, Excel Books, New Delhi(ISBN: 978-81-7446-815
 Shubhangi Jore, Rupal Chowdhary and Syed Sameer Umar(2008)Factors affecting Purchase
of Power Bikes in the
New Age Marketing Emerging Realities proceedings released by
Nirma Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, ISBN-978-81-74446-587-0
 Rupal Chowdhary, Shuchi Sharma and Priya Pendharkar(2009)Performance Evaluation of
Bank Sponsored Mutual Funds” authored by published in Transcending horizons through
innovative global practices( 2009) edited by Dr. Alok Bansal, Dr.Yogeshwari Phatak, Dr .I
.C. Gupta and Dr. Rajendra Jain.
 Preeti Poswal, Rupal Chowdhary and Shubhangi Jore (2006), Factors Affecting purchase of
wireless Device : A study of Personal Digital assistant” authored by Published in PIMR
Monograph series 19/2006 on Online Applications of Information Technology, edited by
Upinder Dhar and Alok Bansal, Nov,2006, Pages 91-2001.
 Paper titled “ Exchange rate and Inflation as an Antecedent of Trade flows : An Empirical
Study” authored by Jitendra Kumar Mishra and Rupal Chowdhary published in Synergising
East and West( 2007) edited by Dr.Jitendra kumar Mishra and Dr. I C Gupta.
 Paper titled “Globalisation and Economic Growth : A comparative study of India and China”
authored by Prof. Rupal Chowdhary and Prof. Shuchi Sharma Published in proceedings of
First National Conference organized by LNCT, Indore.
Edited Books
 Yogeshwari Phatak, Deepak Jaroliya and Rupal Chowdhary(2011), Value Creation for
Competitive Differentiation( Emerging Financial and Technological Trends, Excel
Books,New Delhi(ISBN: 978-81-7446-929-8.
Paper Published in Journals
Ms Amrita Thakre
 Thakre, Amrita, Anukool M. Hyde and I.C. Gupta (2012). Tourism and Climate: An
Exploratory Study. Vikas Vani Journal (April-June 2012), Vol. VI, Issue 2, pp 78-88. (ISSN
0974-8083 )
 Thakre, Amrita and I.C. Gupta (2010). Pull Factors Affecting Choice of Tourist Destination:
A Review. Management Effigy (Shri Vaishnav Institute of Management, Indore) SVIM
Special Conference Issue. Vol VII (4), 80-90.
301
 Jain, V.K., Amrita Thakre and Chintan Jain (2004). Design and Development of a
Measure for Evaluating Consumer Perception towards Selection of Retail Jewellery
Store. Pratibimba – The Journal of Institute of Management and Information Science,
Bhubaneshwar, 4 (2), July – December, 41-48.
Monographs
Ms Amrita Thakre

Bansal, Alok, Yogeshwari Phatak and Amrita Thakre (2011). Theorizing Entrepreneurship: A
Study of Information Technology Industry – S.P. No. PIMR – 2011-1.
Chapters in Books
Ms Amrita Thakre
 Thakre, Amrita (2013). India as a Culture and Heritage Tourism Destination: Issues and
Challenges. In Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma
(Eds.) Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices, pp. 416 –
422.
 Thakre, Amrita (2012). Changing Tourism Trends and Behavior: An Overview. In Ajit
Upadhyaya, Bharti Motwani, Yogeshwari Phatak and R.K. Sharma. IT Enabled Marketing
Practices Global Business Organisations. Chapter 8, pp. 65 – 71.
 Thakre, Amrita and I.C. Gupta (2011). Changing Facets of E-Commerce: with special
reference to Travel and Tourism Industry, in V.K. Jian, Prashant Jain, Mona Tawar and
Shweta Mogre. Emerging Trends in Computing & Communications. Chapter 27, pp. 198 –
205.
 Thakre, Amrita, Vipin Choudhary and I.C. Gupta (2011). Gender as a Determinant of Choice
of Tourist Destination: An Empirical Study of Indian Tourists, in Yogeshwari Phatak and
Deepak Jaroliya, Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation: Emerging Trends in HRM
and Marketing. New Delhi: Excel Books, pp 233 – 241.
 Thakre, Amrita, Anukool M. Hyde and I.C. Gupta (2010). Role of IT in Travel and Tourism
Industry: An Empirical Study, in Suyash Jhawar, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma
and Alok Bansal, IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organisations. New Delhi: Excel Books,
pp 184 – 193.
 Hyde, Anukool M. and Amrita Thakre (2010). A Study of Select Insurance Plans of LIC of
India and Bajaj Allianze Insurance. Emerging Trends in Insurance Sector – A Happening
Industry, pg 26 – 33.
 Thakre, Amrita (2010). Push Factors Affecting Choice of Tourist Destination: A Review, in
Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit Upadhayaya and Deepak Jaroliya, Managing in the New World
Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business Development. New Delhi: Excel Books, pp 503 –
510.
 Thakre, Amrita (2009). BRIC v/s FIG – New Trade Avenues for India and China, in Alok
Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, I.C. Gupta and Rajendra Jain, Transcending Horizons through
Innovative Global Practices, New Delhi: Excel Books. Pp 23 – 37.
302
 Thakre, Amrita and Jaya Kinariwala (2008). Celebrity Endorsement: A Perceptual Study of
Indian Consumers (with special reference to FMCG product), in I.C. Gupta and Anukool
Manish Hyde, Navigating Glocalisation Through Quality Initiatives, New Delhi: Excel
Books. Pp 483-490.
 Thakre, Amrita (2005). Perception of Young Adults towards Changing Business Dynamics,
in Upinder Dhar and Santosh Dhar. Domestic Brilliance to Universal Excellence: Quest for
Organisational Success, New Delhi: Excel Books. Pp 146-153.
Paper Published in Journals
Ms Raksha Thakur
 Chowdhary Rupal, Jore Shubhangi, Sahu Vibha and Thakur Raksha (2013), Exchange Rate
and Trade Balance Relatioship in India: An application of Marshall Lerner Condition, Review
of Professional Management, Vol 11(2), PP 21-32.
 Thakur Raksha, Golani Sunil & Vijayvargiya Vikas (2012), Potential of India-China Bilateral
Trade Relations – A Trend Analysis, The International Journal’s Research Journal of
Commerce and Behavioral Sciences, ISSN: 2251: 1547, Volume 1, No. 10, August 2012, Pp
23.
 Chowdhary Rupal, Jore Shubhangi, Thakur Raksha, Agrawal Kalpana and Geete Vishal
(2010), Convergence of GDP Per Capita in Asean Countries, Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research, Volume 3, Number 2, July 2010, PP 1-9.
Chapters in Books
Ms Raksha Thakur
 Thakur Raksha and Sinha Nikhil (2013), “Trade Liberalization and Barriers to Trade”,
published in Resonance of Research edited by Haryani Sharda, Motwani Bharti, Sharma Raj
Kishore, Ahuja Kanhaiya, ISBN 978-93-83917-13-6, JBC Press, New Delhi, pp 134-141.
 Acharya Rekha and Thakur Raksha (2012), Dumping scenario in India and China: An
analytical Perspective, published in Business innovation and Entrepreneurship: Transforming
World Economy edited by Ranjana Patel, Nitin Tanted, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore
Sharma, Excel Books, New Delhi, pp 3-15.
 Thakur Raksha (2011), Root Cause Analysis – A Six Sigma Way to Quality Process in Global
Logistics published in Opportunities and Challenges in Global Business, edited by
V.K.Gautam, Murlidhar Panga, S.M.Anas Iqbal, B.S.Bhandari, Excel Books, New Delhi, pp
275-282
 Thakur Raksha (2009) A Study of Root Cause Analysis of Six Sigma in Management
Institutes for Quality and Process Improvement”, published in the book Transcending
Horizons Through Innovative Practices edited by Alok Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, I.C.
Gupta, Rajendra Jain, Excel Books, New Delhi, PP. 465.
 Thakur Raksha (2008) Cultural Difference: A Determinant in International Marketing, A
Conceptual Study, published in the book Opportunities and Challenges in the Global
Business edited by V. K. Gautam, B. S. Bhandari, Anas Iqbal, and Vivek Kapre, Excel Books,
New Delhi, PP. 168- 174.
303
 Thakur Raksha (2008) Six Sigma in Academics, published in the book Opportunities and
Challenges in the Global Business edited by V. K. Gautam, B. S. Bhandari, Anas Iqbal, and
Vivek Kapre, Excel Books, New Delhi, PP. 522 – 526.
Paper Published in Journals
Dr Nishant Joshi
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K (2010) , Revealed Comparative Advantage of Indian Soybean
Meal Exports Deliberative Research Journal, Vol-6;Issue -6, ISSN 0976-1136
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K, Sidique Nisha and Shiv Prasad (2011), “Let Block Heads Read
what Block Heads Wrote, A Case of Sheetal Exports”, Share Study Journal of Multi
Disciplinary Research. Vol.02, Issue 02, Pp 98-101(ISSN NO. 09764712)
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma Dharmendra and Uttarwar Kartik(2012), “Taste It and Tell It To
Others”, Journal of Multidsiciplinary Research and Studies, Jan 2012, Vol. 03, pp. 109110.(ISSN: 09764712).
 Joshi Nishant and Saxena Karunesh (2012), “Econometric Estimation of the Influence of
MPFC on the Growth of MSME in Madhya Pradesh”, Amity Business Review, July
2012, Vol 10 Issue: 02 (ISSN: 09722343)
 Joshi Nishant and Saxena Karunesh (2012). “ Emerging Leadership of Indian Soymeal”,
Intensity ; International Journal of Applied Social Science Research, Dec 2012, Vol 01 Issue
01
Monographs
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Status Paper on “ BASEL Accord: Implication on Indian Banking Sector”, S.P.No. :
PIMR/2012/04, 2012. Co-authored with Dr Swaranjeet Arora

Status Paper on “Transforming Indian Retail Through FDI”, S.P.No. PIMR/2012/02, 2012.
Co –authored with Dr. Nitin Tanted and Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak.
Chapters in Books
 Sharma Jitendra, Joshi Nishant and Mehta Dharmendra (2009), M-commerce; An Exploratory
Research, In Yogeshwari Phatak, R.K.Sharma, Alok Bansal, Ashwini Sharma (Ed)
Innovative IT practices for Organisational Excellence , New Delhi, Excel Books (ISBN 97881-7446-759-1)
 Joshi Nishant,Sharma R.K (2010), Global Crisis Local Effects, In Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit
Upadhyay, Deepak Jarolia (Ed) Managing In The New World Order: Strategies For
Sustainable Business Devlopment , New Delhi, Excel Books.( ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4 )
 Joshi Nishant and Joshi Neha (2010), Socially Responsible MSMEs: A need of the Hour, In
Nishith Dubey, Ira Bapna (Ed) Transforming Present Economic Challenges into Global
Prosperity, New Delhi, Excel Books. (ISBN 978-81-7446-824-6)
 Sharma.R.K and Johi Nishant (2010), Performance Management System in Academic
Institutions in Sitanshu Panda, N.Shiva Rama Krishna (Ed), Hyderabad, Excel Books. (ISBN
978-81)
 Joshi Nishant,.Sharma R.K (2010), Impact of Globalisation on Stock Exchange Return; A
Case of FII Investments in India, in K.D.Gaur, Rohini Prasad, Hitendra Bargal (Ed)
304
Globalisation and Indian Economy, New Delhi, Sunrise Publication . (ISBN 978-81-91002-70)
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K and Joshi Neha(2011), Empirics of the Exploits and recognition
of Mobile Banking, A New Pragmatic Maxim, in Nitesh Bhatt and Bindi Mehta (Ed)
Managing in Turbulent Times; Enterprise Initiatives and Technology Implication, New Delhi,
Excel Books( ISBN 93-80697-45-7)
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K and Joshi Neha(2011), An Econometric Assesment of Relational
Interaction between Higher Education and Economic Growth in India, in Yogeshwari Phatak,
Deepak Jaroliya and Rupal Chowdhary (Ed) Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation;
Emerging Financial and Technological Trends, New Delhi, Excel Books.(ISBN 978-81-7446929-8)
 Joshi Nishant, Sharma R.K and Joshi Neha(2011), Modeling a Rustic Development through
CSR Practices, in Rajendra Jain, Abhishek Tripathi and Deepak yadav (Ed) Managing
Business Devlopment in Globalised World; Strategies for Excellence.( ISBN 978-81-7446927-4)
 Joshi Nishant (2011), An Empirical analysis on consumer perception of selected malls in
Indore City of Madhya Pradesh, in R.K.Sharma and Nishant Joshi (Ed) Gravity.(ISBN 97893-8096-609-0) the paper is indexed in SSRN and is available on public viewing
 Joshi Nishant (2011), Gauging Service Loyalty among Banking Consumers of Indore
City of Madhya Pradesh, in R.K.Sharma and Nishant Joshi (Ed) Gravity.(ISBN 97893-8096-609-0) the paper is indexed in SSRN and is available on public viewing
Books with ISBN Numbers
 Company Law and Secretarial Practices (2011): Pubished by Sunrise Publication, New Delhi,
ISBN 978-93-8096-609-10. Co-Authored with Nishant Joshi and CA.Sachchidanand Pachori.
Mr Mohit Moghe
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Chapters in Books
Mohit Moghe & Ajay Patil(2011) Traditional Indian Haat Bazaars and Melas: Mother of
Modern Retailing. Proceedings of SICOM on Sustaining Competitive Advantage
Through Value Creation held on 18-19 Feb’11, Page 106, ISBN-978-93-80834-54-2
Paper Published in Journals
Ms Mahak Goreja
 Goreja Mahak, Narang Shweta & Shiji Shukla (2012) “Women Empowerment With
Entrepreneurship: A Study Of Entrepreneurial Empowerment Initiatives In The Country”
EXCEL International Journal of Multidisciplinary Management Studies, Vol.2 Issue 7, July
2012, ISSN 2249 8834, pp 76-94
305
 Goreja Mahak, Neema Robin& Panwar Upendra “Preference of Retailers towards ITC Candy
man and its Competitors.” E-journal of Indiamba.com, Faculty Column no. FC1390, Faculty
Column Page 14.
Paper Published in Journals
Ms Anuradha Pathak
 Pathak. A, Sonwalkar. J, Kapse. M, “ Behavioral Finance: A Study of investor psychology
among individual investors of Indore City”, Global Journal of Contemporary ManagementDoon Business School, Dehradun, Volume II Number 2, December 2012, pp 95-99, ISSN
2249-1899.
 Pathak. A, and Kapse. M, Sharma. S, “A Study of Assessment of Employee Engagement in a
few selected Management Institutes of Indore city”. Amity Management Analyst –
Management Journal of Amity School of Business, Haryana, Volume-V, Issue-II, pp 16-24
ISSN- 0975-1440.
 Kapse. M, Pathak. A, Sharma. S, “Occupational Stress among Female Teaching
Professionals: Effect on Home Environment at Indore city”. SuGyaan- Management Journal
of Siva Sivani Institute of Management, Secunderabad, Volume –II, Issue-I, Jan-June 2010,
pp 59-66, ISSN- 0975-4032
 Kapse. M, Pathak. A, Sharma. S, “Do celebrities really influence consumers?”, Sinhgad
Business Review-Journal of Sinhgad Institute of Management, Pune, Volume-I, Issue-I, July
2009-June 2010, pp 36-41, ISSN No. -0974-0597.
 Sharma.P, Pathak. A, Sharma. S , “Non-Tariff Barriers in IT Industries”, OORJA- Journal of
International School of Informatics and Management, Jaipur, Volume VI, No. 3, Sep-Dec
2008.
 Sharma.P, Pathak. A, Sharma. S, “ Overview of Indian Logistics Industry”, Synthesis- Journal
of BLS Institute of Management, Ghaziabad, Volume 5, No. 1 Jan- June 2008 ISSN No. :
0973-2357
 Sonwalkar. J, Kapse. M, Pathak. A, “Celebrity Impact: A Model of Celebrity Endorsement”.
Journal of Marketing and Communication, May 2011, Volume –VII, Issue- I, pp-34-40,
ISSN-0973-2330.
Ms Anuradha Pathak
 Chaudhary. S, Pathak. A, Dashmishra. M, “ Magadh Precision Equipment Limited”, Edited
Volume on “ Facing Challenges in The Era of Globalization”, Excellent Publishing House, pp
279-282, ISBN 978-93-83083-13-8.
 Pathak. A, Mishra. V, Ganjiwale. K, Kapse. S, “A Study on Customer Retention Strategies of
Organized Retailers of Indore City”, Edited book on “ Refurbishing Facets of Management
Concepts for New World Order”, ISBN 978-81-924981-0-2.
 Chaudhary. S, Malpani. A, Pathak. A, “Innovative Teaching: Next is what?” Edited book on
“Role of Research & Innovative Practices to Revamp Management Education- An Indian
Perspective”, Excellent Publishing House, New Delhi, pp279-300, ISBN 978-93-81583-45-6.
306
 Pathak. A, Sharma. P, Kapse. M, Kapse. S, “A Study on Organizational Citizenship Behavior
among Teaching Professionals of Indore City”, on “Dynamics of Innovative Practices in
Management” Excel Books, pp 879-888, ISBN 978-93-5062-183-7.
 Dashmishra. M, Pathak. A, Tiwari. R, “ Failure of E-Business in India’s Foreign Trade in
Invisibles” Edited volume on “Changing face of India Incorporate: Innovative Practices”,
Excellent Publishing House, pp 307-312, ISSN 978-93-81583-12-
number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International
Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
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15 Details of patents and income generated
Every year institute organizes two conferences at national and international level where proceeding in
the form book is published with ISBN Number. The rights of these books are kept with the institute
only. The details of the conference conducted by the department and income generated are as
follows:
Name of the Conference, Year and Coordinator
Income Generated (Rs.)
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, Excel Books, New Rs. 1,39,000
Delhi (ISBN : 978-93-5062-332-9)
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, Excel Books, New
Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-928-1.
IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’. Excel Books,
New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0).
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel Books, New
Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-759-1).
Information and Communication Technologies – Enhancing
business Competencies through Innovative Practices ISBN
938136129-0
Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity
Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-359-6
IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business Organizations
Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entreprenuership Excel Books, New Delhi
ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for sustainable business
Development Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-81-7446-815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vision, values and vibrant
practices Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4
Rs. 1,19,000
Rs. 1,30,000
Rs. 1,19,000
Rs. 3,60,000
Rs. 1,50,000
Rs. 99,000
Rs. 1,30,000
Rs. 1,45,000
Rs. 1,39,000
307
16 Areas of consultancy and income generated
Training and Consultancy
Dr. Nitin Tanted : Prestige Feed Ltd has given Financial Modeling and Credit Rating
Analysis consultancy of Rs. 200,000/Dr Alok Bansal, Dr Sachin Mittal and Dr Nitin Tanted: Indira Securities has given
consultancy of Rs 18,000/Remuneration
S.No.
Date
Title
Name of Organization
1
4-Nov-11
Financial Planning For
Young Investors
PIMR, Indore
Rs.2000
2
21-Oct-11
Investors Awareness
Program
Institute of Cost and Works
Accountant of India, New Delhi
Rs.2000
3
3-Oct-11
Financial Planning For
Middle Income Group
Indore Tea Merchant Association
Rs.2000
4
29-Sep-11
Investors’ Education for
School Children
ITMA Vidhyaniketan
Rs.2000
5
22-Sep-11
Investors’ Education for
School Children
ITMA Vidhyaniketan
Rs.2000
6
19-Sep-11
Investors’ Education for
School Children
ITMA Vidhyaniketan
Rs.2000
7
12/11/2013
Financial Planning For
Middle Income Group
PES Prestige Education
Society,Indore
Rs.2000
8
27/11/2011
Retirement Planning
Jain Social Group Indore Swagat
Rs.2000
9
14/06/2013
Investors’ Education for
School Children
PPS,Indore
Rs.2000
10
Six Days
from7th
April to 12th
April,2014
International Training
Assignment on
Commodity Derivative.
Pearl Institute of Financial
Market,Dhaka Bangladesh
Rs.20000
11
16 and 17
Feb 2014
Financial Modeling Using
Excel
Mahakal Institute of Management
Rs.2100
308
Faculty recharging strategies: The institute promotes faculty members by providing
them following facilities:
a. Research : Institute promotes research by encouraging all faculty members to
attend seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and workshops
twice in a year. The grant includes registration fees, lodging, boarding,
travelling and dearness allowance. Faculty members are also sponsored for
attending international conferences outside India once a year. The faculty
members are also given research grant for the project undertaken by them.
b. Academic leave: The institute has a provision for study leave which is given
to the faculty members for attending international and national conference
within and outside the country. Any faculty member who is nominated and
getting grant for attending conferences, workshops, seminar, etc are allowed
for study leave including departure and arrival day. Institute also has
provision to give leave for Ph.D. work and data collection to the faculty
members.
c. Nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars: All brochures
from various institutions for attending conferences, seminar and workshops
are circulated among all faculty members. Faculty members can apply to
director for nominating their name in a specific conference, seminar or
workshop based on their interest area. After receiving application from
faculty member director, nominate the faculty member and sponsor the
faculty along with academic leave.
d. In-service training: The institute regularly organizes seminars, workshops
like research methodology workshop, case writing workshops, Faculty
Development programs, and academic forums to provide in-service training
facility to all the faculty members. The faculty members are also given
facilities like library, laptops, access to international and national journals.
This provides faculty a platform to attend lectures of eminent personalities
from industry and academia on contemporary issues on management.
e.
Organizing national/international conferences: Institute continuously
309 rganized national and international conferences. Every year institute
organizes international conference on 30th and 31st January. Since 2007,
institute has organized eight international conferences. Besides this Institute
has also organized 16 National Conferences.
309
f. Providing research grants : Institute provides research grants to all the
faculty members for attending seminars, conferences, quality initiative
programmes and workshops twice in a year. The grant includes registration
fees, lodging, boarding, travelling and dearness allowance. Faculty members
are also sponsored for international conferences outside India. The faculty
members are also given research grant for the project undertaken by them.
17 Student projects
 percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental
Yes the institute considers students project a mandatory part for some of the courses. Summer
training projects are mandatory for all the UG and PG programs but major research projects
are optional in some courses as per university/ Institution Norms.
Course
Summer
Percentage
Internship
Project
BFT
Compulsory
100
MBA(IB)
Compulsory
100
Students doing industry projects: 100 percent
Major
Research
Project
Compulsory
Compulsory
Percentage
100
100
18 Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
Institute and faculty members have received various state levels, national level and
International level awards. The details are following:
 Faculty
Dr R K Sharma

Best Research Paper Award at First international Conference SICOM, held on
Feb 11-12, 2011 organised by Sanghvi Institute of Management and Science,
Indore, India.

Best Research Paper Awarded at the 2nd International Conference on
Humanities, Geography and Economics (2nd ICHGE’2012) Held on April 2829,2012 in Singapore (ISBN NO. 978-81-922428-8-8)
Dr Nitin Tanted

Designated as Financial Education Resource Person by Security Exchange
Board of India (SEBI) and Institute and cost work accountant of India (ICWAI) for
Conducting Financial Education and awareness programs in M.P. and C.G.
Region.

Designated as CPE Resource Person by National Institute of Securities
Market for conducting Mutual Funds training programs.
Dr Rupal Chowdhary
310
Reviewer for Mcmillan publishers for the books in the area of Economics
Ms Amrita Thakre
Was conferred with PIMR Gold Medal for being the topper of MIB in the year
2002.
Dr Nishant Joshi

Best Research Paper Award at First international Conference SICOM, held on
Feb 11-12, 2011 organised by Sanghvi Institute of Management and Science,
Indore, India.

Key Note in Inaugural of First International Conference on Humanities,
Geography and Economics (ICHGE’2012) Held on March 17-18,2012 in
Bangkok, Thailand.

Best Research Paper Awarded at the 2nd International Conference on
Humanities, Geography and Economics (2nd ICHGE’2012) Held on April 2829,2012 in Singapore (ISBN NO. 978-81-922428-8-8)

Session Chair 2nd International Conference on Humanities Economics and
Geography, Singapore April 2012
 Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
 Academic Session: Awards and Recognition received by the students at National
and International level
Academic Session – 2012- 2013
Sr.
Institute/
Event/Acti Date
vities
No of Students
Results
Organization Name
1
Medicaps Institute ,
Indore
Research
Paper
presentati
on
30th Nov
2
Acropolis Institute
of Management,
Indore,
presentati
on
competitio
n
22nd Jan
2013
02
Participated
02
First Prize
Academic Session – 2011- 2012
311
Sr.
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Results
Participated
Organization
Name
1
Swastik
Investmart Ltd.
Bulls Warrior Inter
College Quiz
Contest
Sept. 10,
2011
02
2
Organized by
AIMA, Delhi at
National Student
Management Game2010
Sep. 2122,2011
04
Chameli Devi
Institute of
Management &
Research, Indore
Partcipated
(Western Zone
Prelim Round-I)
3
IIM, Indore
Indore Marathon –
Run for a Healthy
India -11 km
Oct. 2,
2011
4
Chameli Devi
Group of
Institution,
Indore
CITRONICS-2011
Oct.- 1821 , 2011
Christian
Eminent
Academy of
Management,
Professional
Education &
Research, Indore
Kala Vrinda-2011
Christian
Eminent
Academy of
Management,
Professional
Education &
Research, Indore
Kala Vrinda-2011
5
6
02
Partcipated
Partcipated
02
Brain Ticklers
October
20, 2011
03
Participated
Group Song
Competition
October
20, 2011
02
Participated
Solo Song
Competition
Participated
7
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Oct. 2930, 2011
04
Partcipated
Oct. 2930, 2011
02
Participated
Quiz
8
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Destination Hunt
312
9
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Collage Making
Oct. 2930, 2011
02
Participated
10
Indore
Management
Association,
Indore
13th Quest For
Leadership on Hope
to Triumph Leading
in Turbulent Times
Nov. 1516,2011
03
Runner-up
Trophy
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011
18-20,
2011
11
Awarded by Mr.
N.R. Narayana
Murthy in IMA
Convention at
Indore on Dec. 16,
2011
Workshop
Total 149 student
particiapted in
various workshops
and activities
Based on students
performance
Institute recieved
Runner up
TRISTAR Trophy
Refere for details
(Annexure-I)
Marketing/
HR/Finance/Adverti
sing
12
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011
18-20,
2011
02
First Prize + Cash
Rs. 2000/-
02
Second Prize +
Cash Rs. 2000/-
02
Third Prize
Participated
Dumb See In
Management
13
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011
18-20,
2011
The Fin side
14
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011Ran-Neeti
(Case Study)
18-20,
2011
15
IIM, Ahmedabad
Confluence -2011
Nov. 2428, 2011
08
16
Jaipuria Institute
of Management,
Indore
Encore 2: The
Presentation
Design and
Delivery Contest
Dec. 3,
2011
03
Indian Institute
of Head and
Neck Oncology,
Certificate Course
on Management of
Dec.
17
Partcipated
24-27,
313
18
19
20
Indore in
collaboration
with PIMR,
Indore
Cancer Centres
2011
16
Radio Mirchi
98.3 FM
Max Fashion Icon
2011
Dec.
08
Indian Institute
of Head and
Neck Oncology,
Indore in
collaboration
with PIMR,
Indore
Certificate Course
on Management of
Cancer Centres
Feb
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research, Indore
Enigma : The
Annual Management
Fest – Treasure
Hunt
Feb.
Team 1
16-18,
2012
2
24, 2011
15
4-5,
2012
First Prize
Team 2
2
Participated
21
22
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research, Indore
Enigma : The
Annual Management
Fest – Ad Mad
Show
Feb.
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research, Indore
Enigma : The
Annual Management
Fest – Management
Games
Feb.
Team 1
16-18,
2012
09
03
16-18,
2012
Partcipated
Second Prize
Team 2
07
23
24
Sanghvi Institute
of Management
& Science,
Indore
Scintllation -2012
Sanghvi Institute
of Management
& Science,
Indore
Scintllation -2012
March 23, 2012
01
March 23, 2012
Team 1
Partcipated
Art Attack (Salad
Decoration)
Sur Sangram
(Antakshari)
02
Team 2
314
03
25
Sanghvi Institute
of Management
& Science,
Indore
Scintllation -2012
March 23, 2012
Dhanarjan (Virtual
Share Trading)
Team 1
03
Participated
Team 2
03
Participated
26
27
Jaipuria Institute
of Management,
Indore
TATA Crucible
Campus Quiz
Competition
2012
Presentation
competition on
Demystifying
Union Budget
2012-13
March
24,2012
Team 1
01
Team 2
TATA Group
March
27, 2012
Winner &
recieved cash
prize Rs. 5000
01
Third Prize &
recieved cash
prize Rs. 2000
04
Participated
At DAVV, Indore
Academic Session – 2010- 2011
Sr.
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Results
NEN Global
Conference of ECell – 2010
August
21-22,
2010
02
Participated
Partcipated
Organization Name
1
BITS, Pilani
International
B-Plan
Competition
2
TCS
Smart Manager
Case Contest
Sep.
9,2010
03
3
Organized by
AIMA, Delhi at
National Student
Management
Game-2010
Sep. 2122,2010
Team 1
Chameli Devi
Institute of
Management &
Research, Indore I
(Western Zone
Prelim Round-I)
04
Winner
Team 2
04
315
Partcipated
4
Zee Business
(TV Show)
Venue at IIM,
Indore
5
Organized by
AIMA, Delhi
Aspire- The
Music to Money
Challenge- Music
performance &
Business Quiz
Sep. 22,
10
National Student
Management
Game-2010
Sep. 25,
2010
06
Partcipated
Team 2
Particiapted
04
at Pune
(Regional Final
round)
6
Jaipuria Institute of
Management,
Indore
Encore: A
Presentation
Design and
Delivery Contest
Oct. 23,
2010
01
(shortlisted for
the final round
out of 100
national
institutes)
(National Event)
7
8
9
Shri Jairam Bhai
Patel Institute of
Business
Management &
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
Avirat- Summer
Training
Competition
Oct. 2930, 2010
Advitiya –
Business Plan
Competition
Shri Jairam Bhai
Patel Institute of
Business
Management &
Computer
Application,
SARJAN – The
Creative Collage
Competition
Team- 1
01
Team – 2
Winning
Second
Position
01
Participated
Oct. 2930, 2010
01
Participated
Oct. 2930, 2010
01
Participated
(National Event)
Shri Jairam Bhai
Patel Institute of
Business
Management &
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
Participated
(National Event)
(National Event)
316
Gandhinagar
10
Sanghvi Institute of
Management &
Science, Indore
National
Business
Olympaid-2010
Team – 1
Nov. 2021, 10
03
Participating
Team – 2
In Association
with IIM, A
03
(Business
Simulation
Competition)
11
Business School
Affaire,Mumbai
18th Dewang
Mehta Business
School Award
Nov. 24,
2010
02
Winner
(Paper
Presentation
Contest)
ROLL OF HONOUR (ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2010)
Course
Batch
Name of Students
Roll No.
Total No.
%
Merit
of students
Position
appeared
Foreign Trade
2005-2010
Mayank Bansal
50624
14
76.3
I
ROLL OF HONOUR (ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2011)
Course
Batch
Name of Students
Roll No.
%
Merit
Position
MBA(IB)
2009-2011
SHIVYA JAIN
91240
79.1
I
MBA(IB) Certificate of Distinction
Roll
No.
Name of Candidate
Obt. / Out Of
(%)
317
91219
NICKY GOYAL
2260
2900
77.9
91226
PRASHI NAYAK
2246
2900
77.4
91217
MONIKA CHATURVEDI
2230
2900
76.9
91201
ADITI CHHABRA
2203
2900
76.0
91229
PRIYANKA SHRIVASTAVA
2200
2900
75.9
91244
SONAM KULKARNI
2186
2900
75.4
91218
MRIDULA BASTANI
2176
2900
75.0
19 Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Expenditure incurred on various activities are given in the table and these are self
financed.
S.
No.
Major Head of Research
Activities
1
Conferences & Seminars
Expenditure
2
Faculty Development Exp.
2012-13
2011-12
3148666
2509162 2080537 1363382 1354480
691928
2010-11
293375
129187
2009-10
186336
2008-09
168301
153 Student profile course-wise:
Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
Applications
received
MBA( IB) 2009
Selected
Male Female
31
27
Pass percentage
Male Female
82.14
96.3
MBA(IB)2010-2012
172
31
27
85.71
100
MBA(IB) 2011-2013
186
32
19
97.06
100
MBA(IB) 2012-2014
194
MBA(IB) 2013-2015
195
BFT 2007-2010
65
26
12
100
BFT 2008-2011
72
41
19
BFT 2009-2012
91
47
13
87.5
318
Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
Applications
received
BFT 2010-2013
84
Selected
Male Female
36
Pass percentage
Male Female
12
22 Diversity of students
For the Year – 2013
Name of Program
MBA (IB)
% of Students
Same College
% of Students
Same State
% of Students
Other State
10.34
98.28
1.72
For the Year – 2012
Name of Program
MBA (IB)
% of Students
Same College
% of Students
Same State
% of Students
Other State
6.66
96.67
3.33
For the Year – 2011
Name of Program
MBA (IB)
% of Students
Same College
% of Students
Same State
% of Students
Other State
11.76
98.04
1.96
For the Year – 2010
Name of Program
MBA (IB)
% of Students
Same College
% of Students
Same State
% of Students
Other State
3.44
98.28
1.72
For the Year – 2009
Name of Program
MBA (IB)
% of Students
Same College
% of Students
Same State
% of Students
Other State
10.34
98.28
1.72
23 How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations?
319
The institute has faculty counselors who counsel students applying for Civil Services,
Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations. It encourages
students to read magazines and newspapers and also organizes various seminars and
quizzes to help them increase their general knowledge, which ultimately helps the
students in aforementioned examinations. Besides this, the institute regularly
subscribes to the magazines like competition success and newspapers in the library
which can help the students crack these exams.
24 Student progression(5.2.2)
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
%
80 %
NA
0.5 %
50
50
25 Diversity of staff
Year
% of
faculty
who are
product of
the Same
College
Percentage
% of
faculty
from other
Colleges
within the
State
Percentage
% of
Faculty
from
Other
States
% of
Faculty
from
abroad
Percentage
Percentage
2009
16.67%
83.33%
10%
0.00%
2010
16.67%
83.33%
10%
0.00%
2011
14.29%
85.71%
10%
0.00%
2012
16.67%
83.33%
10%
0.00%
2013
9.09%
90.91%
10%
0.00%
26 Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
Two faculties have been awarded PhD during the assessment period
1 Dr Rupal Chowdhary on the topic: Macro Economic Variable and Economic
Growth in India : A Study Since Economic Reforms.
320
154 Dr Nishant Joshi on the topic: An Empirical of Promotional
Mix Strategies Adopted by Select Soybean Processing
Companies
27 Present details about infrastructural facilities
155 Library
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) – 630 Square Meter
Total seating capacity – 240
Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days, during
examination days, during vacation)
Working Days
: 12Hrs ( 9.00 A.M. to 9 .00 P.M.)
On Holidays (During Examination ) : 7 Hrs ( 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.)
During Vacation
: 9 Hrs ( 9.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M.)
Library of the Institute has individual reading carrels for the students, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed readings and IT zone for accessing e-resources like e-journals
and ebooks etc. Prominent display of
library contents and library bulletin for easy
references.
Details on the library holdings:
e)
Print Books
f)
Titles
:
9105
Volumes
:
33634
Back Volumes
:
1015
:
234
Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
AV CDs
g)
Electronic (e-books, e-Journals)
e-books , Periodicals CDs
:
e-Journals
:
457
8500
(Proquest ABI
,DELNET)
h)
Complete
Special collection
Text Book
Reference Books
:
:
25737
9069
Research and Training Reports
Annual Reports of Companies
:
9058
:
388
321
Monographs
Doctoral Thesis
Working Paper
Research Projects
Orations and Technical Notes
:
:
25
55
:
:
:
10
11
29
156 Internet facilities for staff and students
Internet facility is available for students in the computer lab from Morning 9.00 am to
Evening 9.00 pm. Besides, campus is fully wi-fi and students can access internet from
anywhere in the premises. Faculty members are provided with laptops and the same facility
available for them also.
c) Total number of class rooms
:
45
d) Class rooms with ICT facility
:
45
Interactive Boards, ICT enabled classrooms, Internet facility, laptops, LCD projectors, are
provided to each class and faculty where they may take use of these and make the class more
interactive for enhancing the quality of teaching, learning and research. We have two Interactive
white boards and all the classrooms have LCD/DLP projectors for ‘power point presentations.
Students are encouraged to give seminar talks using ICT resources. The institute provides digital
library facility for all teaching and non-teaching staff members and students. Moreover, the
softwares required for teaching and learning are also available on the LAN & WAN.
157 Students’ laboratories
Dedicated computing facility and 500 Systems with Internet Connectivity allotted for
Students. The details are as follows:
Sl.
NO
1
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
Lab1
120
2
Lab2
3
Lab3
4
Lab4
5
Lab(ug)
Lenovo thin centre Intel core 2 duo/1GB
RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Acer core i-3/4GB RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse with Ncomputing
Thin client /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Wipro PIV /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
6
Electronics Lab
100
100
60
120
Latest lab
322
158 Research laboratory : N. A.
28 Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.
Yes. The institute provides financial aid to the students on time. The scholarships is given to
the students by the Prestige Education Society. The institute also waive off research centre
fee of research scholars who have been appointed under College Code. The institute has
given educational assistance to eight students of Rs. 2,04,400/- this year to the students. The
Institute has MOU with Punjab National Bank and Central
Bank of India for providing
education loan to the students. The institute also helps students avail government scholarship.
List of students received student scholarship from the institute.
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2009-10.
S.No.
Program
1.
Ph. D
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
Total 3500
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2010-11.
S.No.
Program
1.
Ph. D
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
Total 3500
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2011-12.
S.No
Class
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
.
1.
Ph. D
Total 3500
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2012-13.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(IB)
Varun Pratap Singh
6,250.00
2.
MBA(IB)
Punit Kumar Jain
43, 500.00
323
3.
Ph. D
Amrita Thakre
3500.00
Total 53250
29Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new program(s)?
If so, give the methodology.
Every year during the admissions, institute appoints admission coordinators/counselors
to counsel the candidates who come to inquire about the various courses offered by the
institute. After their interaction, institute comes to know the demand of the course exists
in the market and subsequently applies to the authorities for getting permission for the
new program.
 Need Assessment
The institute on the basis of feedback of faculty experience, industry and student feedback
assess the existing curriculum and seek removal of the deadwood or obsolete form of syllabus
and introduction of new and relevant topics and courses in curriculum. These changes are
made through systematic mechanism at various levels.
The institution undertakes the following exercise for developing and upgrading the
curriculum.
•
•
•
•
•
•
The Director puts forward the agenda in the meeting of the Heads of
Departments and several issues pertaining to the student promotions, credit
regulations, transitory regulations, pass percentage, syllabus coverage
mechanisms, interdisciplinary courses, changes that can be made to the
curriculum etc. are discussed.
Syllabus Board is prepared
The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are distributed
areas wise to the various departments and respective departments analytically
and critically look at programs/courses.
While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback from Alumni,
feedback from employers are also taken into consideration.
The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the College BOS for
discussion
The observations and suggestions of the member of BOS are taken into
consideration for finalizing the Curriculum and the revised curriculum is
placed before the Academic Council of the Institute.
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• The Academic Council then make suggestions for necessary modification in
the course curriculum and after incorporation the necessary modification the
curriculum is then placed in front of the Executive Council for further
discussion and approval. Once approved by the Executive Council the
curriculum in the final shape is implemented in the forthcoming academic
session.
30 Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize it? Yes
The institution accords highest priority to the curriculum development and its
execution. The institution takes meticulous care with regard to each of the steps
concerned. The institution understands that the academic and professional prosperity
of the graduates originates from the curriculum in which they are simulates to study
and practice.
The syllabus is updated annually, new electives are offered keeping in mind the
changing
need of the industry.
The process is facilitated by active contribution and feedback from industry experts
and
alumni.
The syllabus is updated with the contribution of faculty members in their respective
specializations and is then presented in the Board of Studies, Academic Council and
Executive Council for approval.
b.Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what is the response
of the
department to the same?
This assessment on curriculum and teaching is done twice in a year by providing the
students with questionnaire in which questions include content aspects like relevance of the
curriculum, time allotted,learning, applicability, extent of coverage and the inclusion of
projects and assessments and feedback of faculty teaching. Every program also has a faculty
co-ordinator who acts as a mentor to students and takes feedback on any teaching learning
issue faced by the students.Both the formal and informal feedback is analysed and finally
discussed with the Director. The feedback is then discussed in faculty meetings to
implement necessary course of action.
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c.alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to
the same?
Feedback from Alumni
The alumni feedback is obtained during the Alumni Meet which is
organized every year by the
institute. And their response is studied and analyzed for making modifications and further utilized
after approval from Board of Studies and Academic Council members. Alumni also give feedback as
members of the Advisory board.
Feedback from employer and Academic Experts
Employer : Employer’s appraisal of the curriculum is obtained through the feedback Performa that
deals with relevance of the topics, time utilized for completion of syllabus, use of teaching aids,
teaching strategies employed and conduct of tests. The feedback from employer is obtained to assess
the suitability and to update /modify the curriculum as per the need of industry. The feedback is taken
at time of placement, At time of summer training, at time of SIP,by special invitation and conducting
workshops and Informally by industry experts who visit campus.
Who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback from experts who
visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
Academic Experts – Relevance of curriculum is evaluated by the different experts in light of the needs
of organization, society and psychology of students, practical aspects and development of vocational
and training skills who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback
from experts who visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
31 List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Notable Alumni of PIMR with IB Specialization
Sr.No.
Name
Organization
Designation
1
Amit Kapoor
Mittal Appliances Ltd.
GM (IB)
2
Mihir S. Merchant
Permalli Wallace
Dy.CEO- Styrategic Business
3
Sandeep Goyal
Ganesh Agro Food
CEO
4
Dinesh Agrawal
Morya Group
Sales Manager
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5
Manish Maheshwari
Plastisack India Pvt. Ltd.
Director
6
Chaitanya Khushaldas
Emaar-MGF Land Ltd.
Deputy Manager Sales
7
Tarang Gagneja
KINSTEX
Owner
8
Amit Kapoor
Mittal Apliance Ltd.
GM (IB)
9
Sourabh Gupta
ICICI Bank Ltd.
Sales Manager
10
Saurabh Bhandari
Walmart India Ltd.
Asst Protection Manager
32 Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.
Sending them to other institutions for participating in academic contests
Encouraging them to take add on courses
Helping them to select advanced topics during seminars and projects
Encouraging them to attend conferences and contribute research papers
Providing platform by way of clubs whereby these students can identify under guidance of faculty
coordinators needs and organize workshops, seminars and institute-industry interfaces.
S
No.
1
Date
Topic
Speaker
5/4/2013
Dr S. Khandelwal
2
3
27/4/2013
16/8/2013
4
24/9/2013
5
18/11/2013
Foreign
Exchange
Management
Exploring New Markets
Logistics and Supply
Chain Mangement
Export
Import
Management
Cross
Cultural
Communication
Dr R K Maru
Prof P J Mathews
Mr Shiv Kumar ( President,Mittal
Corporation
Mr Uma Saigal ( Illinois University,USA)
S.No.
Date
Area Covered
Speaker
Profile of The Speaker
C
1.
14/03/2014
Financial Market &
Exposure Management
C.A. Amit Shah
Chartered Accountant
P
2.
12/03/2014
Natural Resource
Management
Ms. Chani Jain, Ms.
Mansa Sharma
NGO- Members
P
M
3.
22/02/2014
Personality
Mr. Vilas Puranik
Economist to Chairman-
P
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Development
IDBI Bank
M
Owner of R.S.Associates
4.
8/02/2014
I B routes & Procedures
Mr. Sibin Varghese
5.
16/11/2013
Global Corporate
Finance Practices &
IFRS
CA Isha Gupta
Finance Associate, Infosys,
Sydney
P
6.
12/11/2013
Marketing
Chef. Happy Singh
Chef
P
7.
30/09/2013
Marketing
Mr. Rahul Tripathi
Banker
P
S.No.
Date
Topic/Area Covered
Speaker/Organizer
Profile Of The
Speaker/Organization
C
1.
24/12/2012
The Brain
Raj Express
New Agency
P
2.
10/09/2012
The Golden Rules of
Success
Mr. Akash Sethia
CEO, Edge Makers, Indore
P
3.
16/08/2012
Healthy Eating Habits
Ms. Vandana Bagadiya
Dietician and Nutrition
Consultant, Indore
P
S.No.
Date
Topic/Area Covered
Speaker
Profile Of The Speaker
Cor
1.
20/03/2012
Necessity of Skill
Development in this
Globalized Era
Mr. Chandan Sharma
Member-British Commission,
New Delhi
Pro
2.
06/02/2012
International Business
Prof. Christine
Duggan
Senior Lecturer, IB, SBS, UK
Pro
3.
05/11/2011
Cyber Crime & Cyber
Security awareness for
managers
Prof. Vikas Singh
Founder, Kaizen
Consultancies
Pro
4.
05/11/2011
No details
Prof. Chirag Kabra
Speaker-Versatile Group,
Indore
Pro
(International Business
Consultant)
33 List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
All the courses use lecture method for teaching compulsorily. The other methods of learning
experience given to students through case study method, role plays, seminar and presentation, fish
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P
pond activity, news paper subscriptions, learning from movie clippings i.e. pratibimb, practical
exposure through different workshops, and special extra mural lectures along with regular classroom
interactions. The students are also given social projects, summer training projects and major research
projects which they do under the mentorship of faculty and industry mentor.

The department has also instituted HR Club for additional exposures and additional inputs on
different topics. All clubs are actively organizing various activities

Institute also organized national and international conferences. Students actively
participate as student delegates and also contribute in different organizing
committees. Through the conferences students learn the practical exposures and
interact with industrial and academics experts. The institute also organizes industrial
visits, port visits and other activities like Jigysa-National Student Research Paper
contest, Pragya-National Summer Internship Project contest, Prayas-National Case
Analysis and presentation contest, etc. OJTs and summer training for 6-8 weeks is
also done by the students in industry.
For over all holistic development of the student, Institute has Holistic cell and Rotract club
where continuous activities are 329rganized. Institute has also a dedicated room as room of
silence for all such activities. Some major activities are Meditation camp,Art of Living
Classes,Yoga Classes,Spiritual tour and workshops,EMLs by renowned spiritual leaders to
name a few.
Apart from this the institute has a policy for inviting expert people for lectures, conducting
seminars, workshops and conferences. Institute has also well equipped two way video
conferencing facility through which institute conduct various expert lectures from Indian and
outside India for students. Institute also organized symposium on different topics for students.
The Institute also has MOU with AISEC for foreign interns who interact with students and
have workshops to expose students to global scenario.
34 How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes monitored?
The institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The institute has the policy of
defining the learning outcomes for each course by concerned faculty. The learning outcomes are
mentioned in the syllabus, information brochure and website of institute. The faculties appraise the
student of the learning outcomes of its programme during the induction programme held at the time of
admission of the student. Learning outcome of each course is discussed by faculty. The syllabus is
available in printed format for the students in the institute library. Students are required to study as per
syllabus and faculty members are required to teach as per the syllabus in the required lectures. The
session plan is prepared by the faculty to impart the knowledge that is essential to comply with the
learning outcomes. The institute has system of faculty program coordinators to ensure that the session
plan is adhered to.
To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded by faculty for
each course in each semester which are available to students through their student login online. The
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internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total marks and is rigorous and continuous in nature. It
includes class test, online test, case presentations, seminar presentations, live wire, fish pond
presentations, comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to attendance in
internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment test for communication skills,
aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide them extra support by way of special classes. The
feedback received by faculty on the problems faced in internal schemes, attendance, syllabus, etc are
received through faculty meetings held before each semester to discuss the same and necessary steps
are taken to reduce the same. The student’s faculty feedback is collaborated and given to the
concerned faculty. In case, it is below the expected level, the head of the institution discuss the
feedback with the faculty concerned.
The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is compared with
past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively reflected in student results. The
score of aptitude and language tests are used to provide students with supportive classes in specific
areas. The feedback of industry at the time of summer training/ placements is discussed with the
placement officer and support in specific areas is provided to the students.
159 Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities
The institute has a rotract club called PIMR Rotract Club which is registered with Rotary
International. The institute also has NSS Chapter. On this platform a wide number of activities are
organized for students and faculties like seminars on important issues such as AIDS awareness,
female feticide, environmental protection, cerebral cancer, blood donation camps are also conducted
in connection with the local health units and hospitals. Fund raising activities are conducted and funds
so raised are donated to orphanages, old age homes, schools for underprivileged children, Laptops for
teaching deaf children, hearing aid for deaf and dumb children etc.
Seminars for students and faculties on important issues such as AIDS awareness, female feticide, and
environmental protection. Blood donation camps are also conducted in connection with the local
health units and hospitals. Moreover, under the coordination of faculty members, student members of
the Rotaract Club and NSS are regularly deputed for offering services for needy ones in the society.
The institute promotes institution neighborhood network through Holistic Center, Rotaract Club and
NSS which allows faculty as well as students to pursue activities for community development. The
faculty members are nominated by the Institute as Programme Officers in NSS and Faculty
Coordinator for Rotaract Club. They plan activities to be undertaken for the year as per the prepared
time table. The management supports these activities. The outreach programs of the college aim at
community development and sensitization of the community towards social responsibilities. Thus,
students and faculty members are motivated to take initiatives in community services.
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The extension activities complement student academic learning by making students of
environmental issues, health services, and importance of education and teaching skills.
Environmental: On the part of environmental conservation measure, tree plantation is organized
almost every year. Last two tree plantation activities were conducted on 13 Aug. 2012 and on 03 Sept.
2011.
Health Services: The students are encouraged to participate in various rallies, awareness programs
and campaigns in relation to various activities. The college has organized so many campaigns and
awareness programs for many health related needs of the community.
The various programs organized are:





Free camp of skin and hair treatment on 22nd November 2013
Workshop on Cervical Cancer awareness on March 23rd 2007
Awareness on swine flu on 17th August 2010
Dental Disease awareness and Dental checkup program for PIMR faculties on 25th May 2009
Workshop on Female Feticide awareness on Feb 4th 2014.
Workshop on AIDS awareness Feb 4th 2014.
160 Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the
department.
In order to enhance creativity and scientific temper amongst the learners, the students are provided
various platforms to showcase and nurture their creative and analytical skills. The institute has a
transparent system where all students are informed about activities, chapter, clubs etc. All the
students are encouraged to participate in the activities both inside and outside the institute. The
students have a free hand in the activities of students clubs which organizes plan and execute
activities which student feels they need to learn and develop. The students are also encouraged to
participate in the rotary and NEN cell where social program and entrepreneurial activities are
promoted.
The faculty members motivate the students to participate in the youth festival and cultural activities to
encourage the artistic temper among the students. Some of the beyond scholarly activities organized
by the department include:

Spardha (Annual Sports Competition)

Manthan (Annual Student Management Festival)

Blood Donation Camps, Tree Plantation,Old
orphans,Donation of old clothes in slum areas.
Age
Home
Visits,Visit
to
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
Shore (Student Farewell)

Teachers Day

Republic Day

Janmashtami

Independence Day

Ganesh Chaturthi
S
No.
1
Date
Topic
Speaker
5/4/2013
Dr S. Khandelwal
2
3
27/4/2013
16/8/2013
4
24/9/2013
5
18/11/2013
Foreign
Exchange
Management
Exploring New Markets
Logistics and Supply
Chain Mangement
Export
Import
Management
Cross
Cultural
Communication
Dr R K Maru
Prof P J Mathews
Mr Shiv Kumar ( President,Mittal
Corporation
Mr Uma Saigal ( Illinois University,USA)
Coordinator
S.No.
Date
Area Covered
Speaker
Profile of The Speaker
14/03/2014
Financial Market
&
Exposure C.A. Amit Shah
Management
1.
2.
Prof. Mahak
Goreja
12/03/2014
Chartered Accountant
Natural Resource Ms. Chani Jain, Ms.
NGO- Members
Management
Mansa Sharma
Prof.
Ravi
Changle
&
Prof. Mahak
Goreja
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3.
4.
22/02/2014
8/02/2014
Personality
Development
I B routes
Procedures
Mr. Vilas Puranik
&
Economist
Chairman-IDBI Bank
Owner
R.S.Associates
Prof.
Ravi
Changle
&
Prof. Mahak
to
Goreja
Prof. Mahak
of Goreja
Mr. Sibin Varghese
(International Business
Consultant)
Prof.
Ravi
Changle
5.
16/11/2013
Global Corporate
Finance Practices CA Isha Gupta
& IFRS
Finance
Associate,
Infosys, Sydney
Prof. Mahak
Goreja
6.
12/11/2013
Marketing
Chef. Happy Singh
Chef
Prof. Mahak
Goreja
7.
30/09/2013
Marketing
Mr. Rahul Tripathi
Banker
Cordinator
S.No.
Date
Topic/Area
Covered
Speaker/Organizer
Profile
Of
The
Speaker/Organization
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Prof. Manish
Joshi
1.
24/12/2012
The Brain
Raj Express
New Agency
Prof. Shweta
Khandelwal
2.
10/09/2012
The Golden Rules
Mr. Akash Sethia
of Success
CEO, Edge
Indore
Makers,
Prof. Shweta
Khandelwal
3.
16/08/2012
Healthy
Habits
Eating Ms.
Bagadiya
Vandana Dietician and Nutrition
Consultant, Indore
Cordinator
S.No.
1.
Date
20/03/2012
Topic/Area
Covered
Speaker
Necessity of Skill
Development in Mr.
this
Globalized Sharma
Era
Profile Of The Speaker
Prof. Manish
Joshi
Chandan Member-British
Commission, New Delhi
Prof. Manish
Joshi
2.
06/02/2012
International
Business
Prof.
Duggan
Christine Senior Lecturer,
SBS, UK
IB,
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3.
05/11/2011
Prof. Manish
Joshi
Cyber Crime &
Cyber
Security
Prof. Vikas Singh
awareness
for
managers
Founder,
Consultancies
Kaizen
Speaker-Versatile
Group, Indore
4.
05/11/2011
No details
Prof. Manish
Joshi
Prof. Chirag Kabra
37 State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies. Give
details.

NS-EN ISO 9001:2008/ISO 9001:2008

The institute regularly participates in the surveys done by the reputed
Newspapers, Magazines and the institute has consistently been ranked in the
upper edge of top ranking B-Schools in the nationwide surveys conducted by
different agencies and magazines like Business Today, Business World, Ministry
of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB, Careers360,
Business India, Competition Success, Yuva, Education Expo TV, Dalal Street
Journal, The Week Mars, SiliconIndia, Chronical Publication, MBA
UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore and Outlook – which has enabled the
Institute to achieve significant position amongst B-schools in the country.
B –School Ranking From 2009-13
S.
Name of the Magazine/Journal
Vol.
Issue
No.
Date/Month
No.
Ranking
/Remark
1
Business India
825
1 November,2009
A+
2
Open
24
18,September 2009
30
3
Business India
850
October 4-17,2010
A+
4
Competition Success Review
XLVII
05
November 2010
39
5
Business World
31
06
21-27 June 2011
36
7
Competition Success Review
XLVIII
05
November 2011
01
32 (B School of Excellence)
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8
Business World
32
06
19-25 June 2012
9
Competition Success Review
XLIX
05
November 2012
34
29 (B School of Excellence)
04 ( In Central Region)
03 ( Top B School by State)
10
Business India
905
November 25,2012
A+
11
Business World
32
49
2-15 July 2013
26
12
Out Look
LIII
39
1-7 October 2013
39
13
The Week
31
44
November 03,2013
49 ( Private B School )
24 ( In West Zone )
38 Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)
of the department
SWOC of Economics Department
Strengths







Four Faculty members are Ph.D. holder and six are registered for Ph.D.
Five faculty Members are NET Qualified.
One faculty member has experience of Conducting International training.
One Students of MBA (IB) have got highest placement in 2013-14 session of
Rs.1500000.
MBA (IB) course is a unique course which offers competitive job opportunities.
One faculty members has done FDP from IIM, Indore.
MBA(IB) student can get job opportunity in Marketing field also.
Weakness



Lack of Major Export and Import organizations in the area.
Lack of Specialized training facility for students.
The students from the rural background are also enrolled in the course because of
which the foreign language teaching becomes a problem.
Opportunities


Two years down the line maximum faculty in the department will be Ph.D qualified.
Research orientation will increase with the increase in no. of Ph.D. holders.
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


With the increase in experience faculty members, the quality in teaching and delivery
will enhance.
Research Grant can be taken from research institutes like ICSSR with more no. of
Ph.D. Holders.
Two more courses like MBA (Business Economics), MBA (Financial Services) can
be undertaken.
Challenges


Major Corporate offices relating to International businesses are located in metro’s
which reduces the exposure of Summer Training and Placements.
The institute is a self financed institution and is trying to provide amenities to the
students but the fees is regulated by state authorities, thus reducing the scope of
further expansion.
39 Future plans of the department.

The department in future plans to start certified program in foreign language
which will help the students of international business.

Certified Program in Commodity derivatives

The departments also intends to do foreign collaboration with the foreign
university and send students as interns to the foreign universities so that they can
get the foreign exposure and Faculty exchange programs with the foreign
universities

To start new programs like MBA(BE) and MSc (Economics), MBA( Financial
Services)

To do collaborations with the export houses

Specialized certificate program in documentation
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Finance Department
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Evaluative Report of the Finance Department
5. Name of the Department and its year of establishment
Name: Finance Department. Estabilshed in t he year 2007.
6. Names of Programmes / Courses offered MBA(Financial Administration) and Bachelor in Commerce (B.Com
(Hons.))
7. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:
Both the programs offered by the department are interdisciplinary. In
MBA (FA) two year post graduate level programme offered there are16
interdisciplinary courses/subjects offered of the total 32courses/ subjects.
Details of the Interdisciplinary Courses and Departments in MBA
(FA) Program
S. Name
of Name of the Department
N
the
o
Course
1
MBA (FA)
Offering the Course
Name of the Interdisciplinary
Course/
Subject
and
Department
Marketing Department
Business Communication
Economics Department
Managerial Economics
Marketing Department
Marketing Management
Marketing Department
Principles
I Semester
and
Practices
of
Management
Systems
Department
and
QT
Operations
Research
and
Management
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Systems
2
and
QT
Computers
for
Managers
Department
(S ystems and QT Dept.)
Economics Department
Indian Financial S ystem
MBA (FA) Economics Department
International
II
Exchange Risk Management
Semester
General
Management
and
HR Department
General
Economics
Business
Ethics
and
and
Management by Indian Values
Management
and
HR Department
HRM
and
Organisational
Behaviour
(General
Management and HR )
Systems
and
QT
Business Research Methods
Department
3
Economics Depart ment
MBA
Economic Indicators
(FA)III
Systems
Semester
and
QT
and
E -Business
Technologies
Department
General
ERP
Management
and
Business Law
HR Department
4
MBA (FA)
Economics Depart ment
International Finance
Marketing Department
Strategic Management
Marketing
Decision Making Skills
Semester
Department
At the undergraduate level in the functional area of Finance the
specialized
course
of
B.B.A.
(Hons.)
is
offered
there
are
27
interdisciplinary courses/ subjects offered of the total 44 courses/
subjects.
Details
of
the
Interdisciplinary
Courses
and
Departments
in
B.Com.(Hons.) Program
S.
Name
No
the
of
Name of the Department
Name of the Interdisciplinary
Offering the Course
Course/ Subject and Department
Course
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1
Marketing Department
Hindi
Marketing Depart ment
Entrepreneurship Development
Economics Depart ment
Business Regulator y Framewor k
Economics Depart ment
Basic of Forei gn Trade
Marketing Department
English Language and Indian Culture
Marketing Depart ment
Entrepreneurship Development
Marketing Depart ment
Fundamentals of Management
Economics Depart ment
Applied Economics
Marketing Depart ment
Communication Lab
Marketing Department
Hindi
Marketing Depart ment
Environmental Studies
Marketing Depart ment
Corporate Law
Marketing Department
English
IV
Marketing Department
Environmental Studies
Semester
HR
Human Behavi our at Work
B.Com.
(Hons.)
I
Semester
2.
B.Com.
(Hons.)II
Semester
3.
B.Com.
(Hons.)III
Semester
4.
B.Com.
(Hons.)
and
General
Management
5.
B.Com.
Retailing
Marketing Department
(Hons.) V
Semester
Systems
and
QT
E-Commerce ( Optional)()
Depart ment
Marketing Department
Market
Concept
and
Consumer
Behaviour
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6.
B.Com.
Marketing Department
Personality Development
Marketing Department
Foundation Courses
Marketing Depart ment )
Retailing
(Hons.)
VI
Smester
Systems
and
QT
E-Commerce
Depart ment
Marketing Depart ment
Market
Concept
and
Consumer
Behavior
Marketing Depart ment
Foundation Courses
8. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
The department offers semester based credit system for the courses
offered. The students are also offered choice based credit system in MBA
(FA) IV semester for Course tilted FA -407 Major Research Project with
option to choose Decision Making Skills.
9. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other
departments
The department offers various courses/ subjects in other department
programmes at postgraduate as well as undergraduate level. For MBA( IB
) 3 courses/subjects are offered by Finance Department of the total 36
courses/ subjects. For the MBA (FT/ PT) program the department offers
23 course/ subject of the total 34 subjects/ courses offered. In the MBA
(MM ) of the total 36 courses/ subjects the department offers 3 courses.
In the MBA(PA) course the department offers 2 course/ subjects of the
total 32 course / subjects offered.
Description of the Course/ Subject offered by Finance Department in
other department programmes (For MBA (FT), (PT), (PA), (IB)
and(MM) Programs)
342
S.No
Name
of Name of the Department
the Course
Offering the Course
Name
Course/
of
the
Interdisciplinary
Subject
offered
by
the
Depatment (Finance)
1.
MBA (FT)
HR
and
Management
General
Accounting For Managers
Financial Management
Project Management
Security Analysi s and Portfolio
Management Financial Derivatives
Income Tax
Banking Services and Management
Mergers Acquisition and Corporate
Restructuring
Economic Indicators and Global
Capital Markets
Life Insurance and Risk Management
Financial Market and Resource
Management
Financial Risk and Derivatives
Financial Market
Financial Services
International Finance
Corporate Financial Strategies and
Decision
General Insurance and Risk
Management
Financial Modeling Using Excel
Entrepreneurship
Rural Banking and Microfinance
Foreign Exchange Management
Financial Product and Services
International Finance and Management
343
2.
MBA (PT)
HR
and
General
Management
Accounting For Managers
Financial Management
Project Management
Security Analysis and Portfolio
Management Financial Derivatives
Income Tax
Banking Services and Management
Mergers Acquisition and Corporate
Restructuring
Economic Indicators and Global
Capital Markets
Life Insurance and Risk Management
Financial Market and Re source
Management
Financial Risk and Derivatives
Financial Market
Financial Services
International Finance
Corporate Financial Strategies and
Decision
General Insurance and Risk
Management
Financial Modeling Using Excel
Entrepreneurship
Rural Banking and Microfinance
Foreign Exchange Management
Financial Product and Services
International Finance and Management
3.
MBA (PA)
HR
and
Management
4.
MBA (IB)
Economics
General
Accounting for HR Managers
Financial Management
Accountancy
and
Financial
Management
Commodit y
Derivatives
and
Risk Management
Overseas Project Management
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Price
5.
MBA(MM)
Marketing Department
Accounting for Marketing Managers
Financial Management
Financial Services
Description of the Course/ Subject offered by Finance Department in
other department programmes ( For B.Com. (Hons.) Program)
S.No
Name
of Name
the Course
of
Department
the Name
Offering
of
the
Interdisciplinary
Course/ Subject and Department
the Course
1.
BBA
HR Department
Financial Accounting
Business Finance
Business Costing
Income Tax – I
Project Management
Financial Markets
Corporate Finance
Income Tax – II
Financial Services
International Finance
2.
BFT
Economics Department
Financial Accounting
Financial Management
International Finance
3.
BCA
System
and
QT
Financial Accounting
Department
10. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professor
01
Associate Professors
03
Asst. Professors
10
345
11. Faculty
profile
with
name,
qualification,
designation,
346rganized 346ty346346 (D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)
Name
Dr. Yogeshwari
Qualification
MB A, P h. D.
Phatak
Dr. Sachin Mittal
Designation
Director and
Specializ
ation
No. of
Years of
Experienc
e
No. of
Ph.D.
student
s
guided
in the
last 4
years
Finance
21 Yrs.
6
Finance
13 years
7
Finance
15years
6
Finance
13 years
Finance
8 years
Finance
12 years
Professor
M.B.A., Ph.D.
Associate
Professor
Dr. Kapil Arora
PGDCA, B.E.,
MBA ,
Associate
Professor
Ph.D.
Dr. Swarnjeet
M.F.A., Ph.D.
Arora
Ms. Shuchi Sharma
Associate
Professor
M.B.A
Assistant
Professor
Ms. Ranjana Patel
M.B.A
Assistant
Professor
and
I.T.
Dr. Sukhjeet K
M.P h il, B .Ed .,
Matharu
DB M,, M. Co m,P h.
Assistant
Finance
12 years
Finance
7 years
Professor
D.
Dr. Punit Dwivedi
P h.D . ( Co m m) ,
M. Co m, MB A
Assistant
Professor
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Name
Qualification
Designation
Specializ
ation
No. of
Years of
Experienc
e
Mr. Sarfraz Ansari
MB A ( MS) – 5 yr
Assistant
I n te gr a ted ,
MF A,
Mr. Shailendra
4.5 years
Finance
15 years
Finance
6 years
Finance
5 years
Finance
12 years
Finance
1 year
Professor
CFA
M.B.A.
Assistant
Gangrade
Ms. Saroj Prasad
Finance
No. of
Ph.D.
student
s
guided
in the
last 4
years
Professor
M.B.A.
Assistant
Professor
Mr. Ravi Changle
M.B.A.
Assistant
Professor
Mr. Sunil K Verma
M.P h il. M. Co m.
Assistant
( Acco u n ti n g &
Professor
T axat io n)
M. A, M.B . A.
P GD C A
Mr. Umang Mehta
M.B.A.
Assistant
Professor
and
Mark
eting
12. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information
MBA (FA) Program - 43.75%
B.Com. (Hons) Program – 62.5 %
13. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:
MBA (FA)Program
:
15 : 1
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B.Com. (Hons.)
:
30:1
14. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative
staff: sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
45
7
Administrative
Technical Staff
15. Number of
faculty with
Filled
45
7
ongoing projects from a)
national
b)
international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention
names of funding agencies and grants received project -wise.
Ongoing Minor Research Projects
S.No
Project Title
Faculty
Cost
Funding
1
CSR Practices in Indian Fir ms
Dr. Sachin
Rs. 72000/ -
Self
Mittal
2
Technological Innovations: A
Sectorial Study
Dr. Alok
Bansal and Dr.
Sukhj eet
Matharu
Financing
Rs. 55000
Self
Financing
16. Departmental projects funded by DST -FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total
grants received
The project synopsis have been forwarded to ICSSR for research grants.
Applied Major Research Project to ICSSR
S.No
1
2
Project Title
An Empirical Study Of Role Of
Regional Rural Bank For Economic
Uplift ment Of Weaker Sections
Role Of Women Entrepreneurs In
Economic
Development
In
The
Liberalized Era – An Empirical Study
Of Two Cities Of M.P.
Faculty
Dr.
Swaranj eet
Arora
Cost
Rs. 3,00,000
Dr.
Sukhj eet
Matahru and Prof.
Ravi Changle
Rs. 3,00,000
17. Research facility / centre with

State recognition : The research centre was recogni zed with Devi Ahilya
Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the uni versit y is recognized with UGC.

National recognition : The research centre f or PhD was affiliated with Devi
Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the uni versit y is recogni zed with UGC.
348
18. Publications:
S
Name of the Faculty
No
Number
of Monogra
papers
published
phs(Stat
in us
Chapt
Books
ers in with
books
ISBN
peer reviewed Papers)
numbers
journals
with
(national
/
number
listed in
Internati
onal
Database
Citat
ion
Inde
x
Rang
e
details of
international)
publishe
rs
1
Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak
7
06
Nil
20
Nil
Nil
2
Dr. Sachin Mittal
5
01
06
01
02
-
3
Dr. Kapil Arora
7
1
3
4
1
-
4
Dr. Swarnjeet Arora
29
02
16
Nil
19
02
5
Ms. Shuchi Sharma
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
6
Ms. Ranjana Patel
9
1
Nil
1
03
02
7
Dr. Sukhjeet k Matharu
10
03
10
Nil
Nil
Nil
8
Dr. Punit Dwivedi
09
Nil
06
Nil
Nil
Nil
9
Mr. Sarfraz Ansari
1
Nil
03
Nil
Nil
Nil
10
Mr. Shailendra Gangrade
01
Nil
03
Nil
Nil
Nil
11
Ms. Saroj Prasad
01
Nil
01
Nil
Nil
Nil
12
Mr. Ravi Changle
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
13
Mr. Sunil K Verma
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
14
Mr. Umang Mehta
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Details of Publications:
Dr. Yogeshw ari Phatak
NUMBER OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS
(NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL)
•
A comparati ve study of single si m Multi r echarge operators Vs Multi Si m
Multi Operator Recharging Ser vices in Bhawana Shar ma,Manisha
Singahi,Yogeshwari Phatak,R.K.Shar ma(Eds) Pp347 -356,ISBN978 -93-5062 332-9 in 2013.
349
•
Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World Economy
New Delhi, Excel, 2012. ISBN 978 -93-5062-004-5
•
Working Capital Mana gement and Profitability: A Study of Indian Steel
Companies, in Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation: Emer ging
Financial and Technological Trends, Dr . Sachin Mittal, Yogeshwari Phatak
(pg. 215 -224, 2011).
•
A Study of Impact of Gold and Crude Pric es on BSE Sensex in Conference
Book Managing in the New World Order: Str ategies for Sustainable Business
Development – Yogeshwari Phatak, Shefali Tiwari and Manish Bhansali
(2010)
•
A Study of the Impact of Union Budget on NSE Stock Indices in Conference
Book Managing in the New World Order: Str ategies for Sustainable Business
Development – Yogeshwari Phatak, Aj it Upadhyaya, Deepak Jaroliya (2010)
•
MONOGRAPHS AND STATUS PAPER
•
Status Paper on “Technological Innovations in Indian Banking Sector”,
S.P.No. PIM R/2012/01, 2012.
•
Status Paper on “ Transf orming Indian Retail through FDI ”, S.P.No.
PIMR/2012/02, 2012.
•
Status Paper on “Theorizing Entrepreneurship: A St udy of IT Industry”,
S.P.No. PIMR/2011/01, 2011.
•
Status Paper on “Green Shoot of Recovery in the w orld Economy Status”,
S.P.No.PIMR.2010/01, PIMR, Indore, 2010.
•
Status Paper on “Global Financial Crisis and its Implications on India”,
S.P.No.PIMR/2009/01, PIMR, Indore, 2009.
EDITING BOOKS
Managing People, Process and Environment for Global Prosperit y, Dr. Vipin
Choudhar y, Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak, Dr. R.K. Shar ma, Dr. Raeesh Jangalwa
ISBN 978 -93-5062 -359-6, Excel Books, New Delhi, Excel, 2014.
Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth., Prof. Bhavna 350rgani, Dr.
Manisha Singhai, Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak, Dr. R .K. Shar ma ISBN 978 -935062-332-9, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2013.
Mapping Business Excellence through Vision Values and Vibrant Practices,
New Delhi, ISBN 978 -93-5062 -121-9 Excel Books, New Delhi 2013.
350
Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World Economy ,
New Delhi, Excel, 2012. ISBN 978 -93-5062-004-5.
IT Enabled Mar keting Practices for Global Business Or ganisations. New
Delhi, Excel Books. Aj it Upadhaya, Bhart i Motwani, Yogeshwari Phatak,
R.K.Shar ma (2012) .
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation Emer ging Trends in HRM
and Mar keting.Yogeshwari Phatak and Deepak Jaroliya. New Delhi, Excel
Books, 2011.
Value Creation for Competiti ve Differentiation Emer ging Financial and
Technological. Yogeshwari Phatak, Deepak Jaroliya and Rupal Ch owdhar y.
New Delhi, Excel Books, 2011.
Infor mation and Communication Technologies Enhancing Business
Competencies through Innovative. Kapil Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna
Shar ma and Deepak Jaroliya. New Delhi, Excel Books, 2011
Managing In The New World Order Strat egies for Sustainable Business
Development. Yogeshwari Phatak, Aj it Upadhaya and Deepak Jaroliya. New
Delhi, Excel Books, 2010.
IT Initiatives for Building Creati ve Or ganisations. Suyash Jhawar,
Yogeshwari Phatak, R K Shar ma and Bansal. New Delh i, Excel Books, 2010.
IT Innovations for Or ganisational Excellnce. Ashwini Shar ma, Alok Bansal,
Yogeshwari Phatakand R K Shar ma. New Del hi, Excel Books, 2009.
Transcending Horizons Through Innovative Global Practices, New Delhi,
Excel, 2009. ISBN 978/81/7 446/708/9.
Editor, International Journal on Prestige International Journal
Management and Research, Vol. 4&5(2&1) July -January 2011 -12.
of
Editor, International Journal on “Prestige International Journal
Management and Research”, Vol. 3&4(2&1) , July -J anuar y 2010 -2011.
of
Editor, Prestige Research Abstract (PRA), Vol. 3(1&2), July -December
2011.
Edited, Case Monograph. Cases in Management Indian Experiences. PIMR
Monograph Series 23/2010. Januar y, 2010.
Editor, International Journal on “Prestige Internati onal Journal
Management and Research”, Vol. 2&3(1&2) , July -Januar y 2009 -2010.
of
Editor, Presti ge International Journal of Management and Research, Volume
(1,2), July, Jan 2008 -9.
Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak, R.K.Sharma
(Eds.),“Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and
Vibrant Practices”. (ISBN: 978 -93-5062-254-4), published by
Excel Book, New Delhi (January, 2013)
351
Dr. Sachin Mittal
NUMBER OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS
(NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL)

Sachin Mittal and Rajnish Jain (2012). “ IT Enabled Services and
Customer Satisfaction in Indian Banking ” In Intensit y, International
Journal of Applied Social Science Research (ISSN: 2319 - 8516) pp. 1924.

Sachin Mittal, Vipin Choudhary a nd Sheron Goyal (2011). Effect of
Select Foreign Stock Market Indices on BSE Sensex In International
Journal of Review of Business & Technology Research, USA (ISSN:
1941-9414), pp. 369 -376.

Basant Mehta, Sachin Mittal, P. S.
Research paper titled “A Study
Education S ystem”. In Aishwarya
Udaipur, (ISSN 0975 -3613, Volume

Sachin Mittal and Rajnish Jain (2009). Research paper titled Effect of
IT Based Services on Customer Satisfactions in Banking Industry. In
International Journal of P IMR, Indore “Prestige International Journal
of Management and Research”, (ISSN 0974 -6080, Volume 2, No. 2,
July, 2009), pp 7-16.

Sachin Mittal, Nidhi Sharma, Ratna Lata Gupta and Smita Holkar
(2010), ‘The Race for the Presidency”, developed a case on Marketing
Management, during the three days twenty third national case writing
workshop at Prestige Institute of Management & Researc h, Indore.
(May, 2010). Case has been published in journal “Share Journal of
Multidisciplinary Research and Studies” Jaipur. ISSN no. 0976 -4712,
Vol, 1, No. 2, Oct -Dec 2010, pp : 95 -96.
Sharma and Kapil Shrimal (2010).
of Satisfaction Level of Online
Research Communication Journal,
2, No. 1, Oct, 2010), pp 17 -23.
Cases uploaded in online Case Centre Data Base (ECCH)
 Dr. Sachin Mittal, Dr. Nitin Tanted, Prof. Sarfaraz Ansari, Prof.
Saroj Prasad and Prof. Umang Mehta (2013) “TDPL: Distributing
Relationship”.
Published
online
and
uploaded
on
352
www.thecasecentre.org. by the Case Centre, North America, USA.
The case reference no. is 31 4-086-1. This case was developed
during the Thirtieth National Case Writing Workshop organized by
Prestige Institute of Management and Research , Indore in
association with AIMS (Association of Indian Management
Schools), New Delhi ( Nov. 28 -30 2013).
 Sachin Mittal, Manish Joshi and Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu (2013)
“Samadhan Housing Finance: Action with Vision”, published
online and uploaded on www.thecasecentre.org. by the Case
Centre, North America, USA. The case reference no. is 514 -009-1.
This case was dev eloped during the Twenty Ninth National Case
Writing Workshop organized by Prestige Institute of Management
and Research, Indore in association with AIMS (Association of
Indian Management Schools), New Delhi (May 1 -3, 2013)
MONOGRAPHS AND STATUS PAPER
Yogeshwari Phatak, Sachin Mittal and Vipin Choudhary (2010).
“Cases in Management: Indian Experiences”, PIMR Monographs
Series – 23/2010
CHAPTER(S) IN BOOKS:

Sachin Mittal and Manish Joshi (2014). “Indian Health Insurance
Business: A Cluster Analysis” In Vipin Choudhary, Yogeshwari
Phatak, R. K. Sharma and Rajesh Jangalwa (Eds.), “Managing
People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity”. (ISBN:
978-93-5062-359-6) Paper was also presented in Eight PIMR
International Conference on “Managing People, Processes and
Environment for Global Prosperity” organized by Prestige Institute
of Management and Research, Indore (Jan, 2014)

Dhara Jain and Sachin Mittal ( 2013). “Effect of Sales, Net Profit and
Total Assets on Market Capitalization of the Companies” , In Sachin
Mittal,
Pragya
Keshari,
Yogeshwari
Phatak,
R.K.Sharma
(Eds.),“Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and
Vibrant Practices”. (ISBN: 978 -93-5062-254-4) pp. 108 -117.

Sachin Mittal, Nishant Joshi and Kapil Shrimal, (2012). Empirics on
Working Capital Management: A Case of Indian Cement Industry In
International Conference Proceeding of Planetary Scientific Research
Centre (PCRC), Bangkok (T hailand) (ISBN: 978 -81-922428-6-6), pp.
212-216.
353


Sachin Mittal, Yogeshwari Phatak (2011). Working Capital
Management and Profitabilit y: A Study of Indian Steel Companies. In
Yogeshwari Phatak, Deepak Jaroli ya, Rupal Choudhary (Eds.), “Value
Creation for Competitive Differentiation: Emerging Financial and
Technological Trends”, Excel Book, New Delhi (ISBN: 978 -81-7446929-8), pp. 215-224.

Sachin Mittal, Yogeshwari Phatak and Deepak Bhatt (2010). A Study of
Impact of Gold and Crude Prices on BSE Sensex. In Yogeshwari
Phatak, Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jar oli ya (Eds.), “Managing In The
New World Order: Strategies For Sustainable Business Development”,
Excel Book, New Delhi (ISBN: 978 -81-7446-815-4), pp. 3-11.

Sachin Mittal and Raj nish Jain (2008). IT Based Ser vices and Customer
Satisfaction in Retail Ban king. In I. C. Gupta and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds.) ,
“IT Enabled Practices and Emer ging Management Paradi gms ”. Excel Books,
New Delhi ( ISBN: 978 -81-7446 -676-1), pp. 112 -123.
BOOKS WITH ISBN NUMBERS WITH DETAILS OF PUBLISHERS
Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak, R.K.Sharma
(Eds.),“Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and
Vibrant Practices”. (ISBN: 978 -93-5062-254-4), published by Excel
Book, New Delhi (January, 2013)
Dr. Kapil Arora
NUMBER
OF
PAPERS
PUBLISH ED
IN
PEER
REVIEWED
JO URNALS
(NATIO NAL / INTERNATIONAL)

Arora,
K.,
Information
Joshi,
V.
(2012).
Technology:
An
Innovations
Exploratory
in
Marketing
Study,
in
the
using
Book:
BUSINESS INNOVATIONS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Transforming
World Econom y, published by Excel Books, New Delhi, 1 s t Edition., pp
469-474, [ ISBN: 978 -93-5062-004-5]

Arora, K., Keserwani, H. (2012) . RFID Applications in Retail
Industry: An Exploratory Study , in the Book: BUS INESS
COMPETITIVENESS IN THE 21 S T CENTURY Emerging Challenges in a
Changing Global Business Environment, Macmillan Advanced Research
Series, New Delhi, 1 s t Edition, pp.396 -408 [ISBN: 978 -935-059-034-8]

Arora, K., Keserwani, H. (2011) . Online Gaming: A Study of
354
Impending Prospects , in the Book: INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES ENHANC ING BUS INESS
COMPETENCIES THROUGH INNOVATIVE PRACTICES, Excel India
Publishers, New Delhi, 1 s t Edition, pp.344-354 [ ISBN: 978-93-81361-290]

Chanpuria, A., Arora, K., Gautam, V.K. (2011). Use of ICT for Better
Governance-An e-HR Model for Maheshwar Hydro Electric Project ,
in the Book: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
TECHNOLOGIES ENHANC ING BUS INESS COMPETENC IES
THROUGH INNOVATIVE PRACTICES, Excel India Publishers, New
Delhi, 1 s t Edition, pp.172 -181 [ ISBN: 978-93-81361-29-0]

Arora, K., Kumbhakar, A., Bais, A.S. (2011) . Cloud Computing:
Concept, Application and Cases , in the Book: INFORMATION AND
COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES ENHANC ING BUS INESS
COMPETENCIES THROUGH INNOVATIVE PRACTICES, Excel India
Publishers, New Delhi, 1 s t Edition, pp.287-296 [ ISBN: 978-93-81361-290]

Arora, K. (2010). Contrarian Investing: Profitability in going
against the crowd strategy, in the Book: MANAGING IN THE NEW
WORLD ORDER: STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE BUS INESS
DEVELOPMENT, published by Excel Books, New Delhi, 2010, 1 s t Edn.,
pp 66-71, [ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4]

Arora, K. (2009). Paradigm Shift in E -Governance : A Study of
National E-Governance Plan, in the Book: IT INNOVATIONS FOR
ORGANIZATIONAL EXCELLENCE , published by Excel Books, New
Delhi, 2009, 1 s t Edn., pp 172-179, [ISBN: 978 -81-7446-759-1]
161
MONOGRAPHS AND STATUS PAPER
Arora, Kapil (2009). Chapter No.6: Impact on Finance, in the Status Paper:
Global Financial Crisis and its implications f or India by Shuchi Shar ma
& Yogeshwari Phatak, Prestige Institute of Management and Research,
Indore [S.P.NO. PIMR/2009/01], pg.28 -30.
162

CHAPTER(S) IN BOOKS
Kapil Arora, Rupal Chowdhary, Neeru Singh, Rashmi Sharma, Case
Study on “OK Bank – The Road Ahead” , Prestige International Jou rnal
of Management and Research, 3(2), Jul y 2010 and 4(1) January 2011,
355
pp.72-75. [ISSN 0974-6080]

Kapil Arora, Rupal Chowdhary, Neeru Singh, Rashmi Sharma, Case
Study on “OK Bank – The Road Ahead” , Prestige International Journal
of Management and Research , 3(2), Jul y 2010 and 4(1) January 2011,
pp.72-75. [ISSN 0974-6080]

Kapil Arora, Rupal Chowdhary, Neeru Singh, Rashmi Sharma, Case
Study on “OK Bank – The Road Ahead” , Cases in Management: Indian
Experiences, P IMR Monograph Series, 23/2010, pp.11 -14.
163

EDITING BOOKS
Associate Editor, Prestige International Journal of Management &
Research (P IJMR), A Semi -Annual Publication of P IMR, Indore;
Volume – 4(1) : January, 2011.

Associate Editor, Prestige International Journal of Management &
Research (P IJMR), A Semi-Annual Publication of P IMR, Indore;
Volume – 3(2) : Jul y, 2010.

Associate Editor, Prestige International Journal of Management &
Research (P IJMR), A Semi -Annual Publication of P IMR, Indore;
Volume – 3(1) : January, 2010.

Associate Editor, Prestige In ternational Journal of Management &
Research (P IJMR), A Semi -Annual Publication of P IMR, Indore;
Volume – 2(2) : Jul y, 2009.
164
BOOKS WITH ISBN NUMBERS WITH
DETAILS OF PUBLISHERS
 Kapil Arora et. All (2011). “Information And Communication
Technologies Enhancing Business Competencies Through
Innovative Practices” published by Excel India Publishers, New
Delhi, 1 s t Edition, pp.3-9 [ISBN: 978 -93-81361-29-0]
Dr. Swarnjeet Arora
NUMBER
OF
PAPERS PUBLISHED
IN
PEER
REVIEWED
JOURNALS
(NATIO NAL / INTERNATIONAL)

Arora, Swaranj eet and Shar ma, R.K. Risk Identification System in Indian
Commercial Banks: An Empirical Study. Communicated for publ ication
to
International
Journal
of
Economics
and
Management
( IJEM),
Uni versiti Putra Malaysia.
356

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Risk Monitoring and Control
System in Indian Commercial Banks: An Empirical Investigation. ABAC
Journal, Assumption Uni versity, Thailand, vol.32 No.2 May -August,
2012; pp. 52 -62.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra . Customer Preferences in mobi le
telephony – A compar ative study. ARASH A j ournal of ISMDR (Li sted in
Cabell’s Director y, USA and Ulrich’s Periodical, USA) . Volume 3
Number, 1 Januar y - July 2013. [( ISSN 2231 -2072); pp. 63 -68.

Arora, Swaranj eet. Credit Risk Anal ysis in Indian Commercial Banks.
Asia -Pacific
Finance
and
Accounting
Review
(Listed
in
Ulrich’s
Periodical, USA). Volume 1 Number, 2 January - March 2013. [( ISSN
2278-1838;Print) ( ISSN 2319 -7218; Online)]; pp. 25 -34.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Risk Management Framewor k i n
Indian
Commercial
Banks:
An
Empirical
Investi gation.
Wealth
International Journal of Money, Banking and Finance ( Listed in EBSCO
database and Ulrich’s Periodical Directory, USA). Volume 1, Issue 2,
July-December 2012. ( ISSN 2277 -9388). Pp. 46 -52.

Arora, Swaranj eet; Hyde, Anukool and. Singh, H.B. A Study of Customer
Preferences in the Home Loans Mar ket. NDIM Journal - Review of
Professional Management (Listed in Ulrich’s Periodical Director y by Pro
Quest, USA). Volume -10, Issue 1, January –June, 2012. ( ISSN-0972 8686.) ; pp 33 -39.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Understanding Risk and Risk
Management
in
Indian
Commercial
Banks:
A
Comparative
study.
Saaransh - RJG Journal of Management ( Listed in Cabell’s Dir ectory,
USA and Ulrich’s Periodical, USA). Vo l. 3(2), January, 2012. ISSN 0975- 4601; pp. 26 -30.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Evaluating Risk Management
Practices in Indian Commercial Banks. Asia Pacific Business Review
(Sage Publications), vol. 7(4), Oct - Dec, 2011.pp.104 -114. ISSN -09732470; pp.104 -114.

Arora, Swaranj eet ; Singhai, Manisha and Patel, Ranj ana. Gender and
Educational level as determinant of Indi vidualism –Collecti vism: A study
of Future Managers. Indian Journal for Industrial Relations (Li sted in
EBSCO, GALE/ CENGAGE Learning , JSTOR, Proquest/CSA Dat abase).
Vol. 47, No. 2.Oct. 2011. Pp. 321 -328.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Exploring Risk Assessment and
Anal ysis Practices i n Indian Commercial Banks. ELK Asia Pacific
Journal of Finance & Risk Management (Listed in Cabe ll’s Dir ectory,
USA) . Vol. 2(3), 605 -614.Oct. 2011. ISSN -0976 -7185. Pp. 605 -614
357

Hyde, Anukool and Ar ora, Swaranj eet. A study of Learned Opti mism and
Managerial Effectiveness in Sales Personnel . Gyan Management, vol. 4,
issue 2. Jul y-Dec 1; pp 29 -36.

Arora, Swaranj eet; Singh, H.B. and Jain, Raj endra. Exploring Customer
Purchase Preferences in Mobile Telephony. MAIMT - Journal of IT and
Management, vol.4, No.1, May -Oct 10. ISSN -0974 -066X. pp.55 -70.

Mane, Sonali; Hyde, Anukool and Arora, Swaranj eet. A Study of Learned
Opti mism
and
Managerial
Effecti veness
in
Telecom
Sector
and
Academics. Gitam Journal of Management, vol.8, Number 1, Jan -March
10. ISSN -0972-740X. pp.129 -140.

Matharu, Sukhj eet; Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Impact of TV
and Print Advertisi ng on Buying Behavi our: A comparative Study.
Review of Professional Management - A Journal of New Delhi Insti tute of
Management ( Listed in Ulrich’s Periodical Director y by Pro Quest,
USA) , vol.8,issue 1, Jan -June 10.ISSN -0972 -8686. Pp.75-82

Arora,
Swaranj ee t;
Singh,
H.B.
and
Jain,
Raj endra.
Oper ational
Efficiency of Indian Bank: A Comparative Study. PACE –A Journal of
Research of Presti ge institute of Management Dewas, vol.1, issue 1, Jan
10. ISSN -09760938. Pp.37-42

Arora, Swaranj eet; Singh, H.B. and Jain, R aj endra. Exploring customer
Preference for Mutual Funds. Review of Professional Management - A
Journal of New Del hi Institute of Management ( Listed in Ulrich’s
Periodical Director y by Pro Quest, USA), vol.7,issue 1, Jan -June 09.
ISSN-0972 -8686. Pp.59 -64.

Arora, Swaranj eet; Hyde, Anukool and Si ngh, Radhi ka. A study of
Employee Ri ghts and Commit ment Level in Public and Pri vate Banks.
KBSCMR’S Journal of Management and Research, vol. 1, no.1, April 09.
ISSN-0975 -1513. Pp.50 -55

Arora, Swaranj eet and Hyde, Anuk ool. Evaluating Investor Preference
towards Mutual Funds and ULIP. Vikas V ani Journal, vol.II, issue 4,
Oct -Dec 08. ISSN -0974 -8083. Pp 1-8

Arora, Swaranj eet; Singh, H.B. and Jain, Raj endra. Exploring Customer
Preference for Unit Linked Insurance Plans in I ndia. Anvesha - IES,
Mumbai vol. 1, 2008. .pp.23-29.

Arora, Swaranj eet; Chatterj ee, Abhij eet and Hyde, Anukool. Credit Risk
Management in Indian Banks: A Comparati ve Study. Technia j ournal of
Management Studies. Delhi vol. 1 No.2, 2007. pp.30 -35.
358

Arora, Swa ranj eet;
Chatterj ee, Abhij eet. A Study of Operational
efficiency at National Board of Trade. Management Stream .vol .1 (1),
2007, pp.37 -40.

Hospitality Unli mited: A case of Gravity Hotel. Pacific Business Review
(Listed in Cabell’s Di rectory, USA and Ulric h’s Periodical, USA). Vol 6,
issue 2; August 2013, ISSN: 0974 -438X. 78 -80.

Case study on “Time to Scan the Scanner” published in Prestige
International Journal of Management and Research (Listed on Pro Quest,
USA) , Vol. 4 & 5.
January, 2013 ; pp. 45 -46 also published in EECH
case
center
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120891
and
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120892 .

Case Study on “Foundation of Future: So Near Yet so Far ” BAUDDHIK
The Journal of Management. Vol. 3 issue 2, May - August,2012; pp. 73 77.
Also
published
in
EECH
case
center
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120587
and
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educator s/products/view?id=120588 .

Case Study on “Surfing in Troubled Waters - The Kalpatech Way” Journal
of IMS gr oup, ( ISSN 0973 -824X) (Listed in Cabell ’s Management
Directory, USA) Jan -July, 2012 issue; pp. 53 -54.

Case study on “Retai ning Leadership Posi tion: Su ccess Mantra of an
Insurance Company” published in Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research (Listed on Pro Quest, USA) , Vol. 2 & 3. July,
2009 and January, 2010; pp. 84-86.

Case study on “Changing with the Times” published in Prestige
International Journal of Management and Research(Listed on Pro Quest,
USA) , Vol. 1 & 2. January, 2009; pp. 89 -92.

Case Study on “News Update - Desi gned by the Readers” published in
Prestige Journal of Management and Resear ch, Vol. 10 (1& 2) 2006. Pp
178-182.

Case study on “ Far e we l l v s W el fare ” publ ished in EECH case center
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120591
and
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120592 .
1. MONOGRAPH/ STATUS PAPER

BASEL ACCORD: Implication for Indian Banking Sector; S.P. No.
PIMR/2012/04, 2012.

Prospects for sustainable
PIMR/2013/03, 2013.
Economic
Gr owth
in
India;
S.P.
No.
359
CHAPTERS IN BOOK

Swaranj eet Arora (2014). Risk assessment in Indian Public and Private
Sector Banks: A Comparative Study. Managing People, Processes and
Environment for Global Prosperit y. Excel Books, New Delhi. ISBN - 97893-5062 -359-6. Pp. 98 -105.

Swaranj eet Arora (2014). Understanding of Risk Management in Indian
Public and Pri vate Sector Banks: A Comparative Study. Managing
People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperit y. Excel Books,
New Delhi. ISBN - 978-93-5062 -359-6. Pp. 122 -130.

Manisha Singhai and Swaranj ee t Arora ( 2014). Role Stress amongst
Academicians: A Comparative Study. Managing People, Processes and
Environment for Global Prosperit y. Excel Books, New Delhi. ISBN - 97893-5062 -359-6. Pp 376 -384.

Swaranj eet Arora and Khushboo Makwana ( 2014). Exploring C ust omers’
Perception towards Brand Image and Pri ce in Mobile Telephony: A
Comparati ve Study. Managing People, Processes and Environment for
Global Prosperit y. Excel Books, New Delhi . ISBN - 978-93-5062 -359-6.
Pp 178 -186.

Swaranj eet
Arora
and
Manisha
Singhai
(2013).
Risk
in
Banking
Or gani zation - A Conceptual Study. Innovative Business Practices for
Creating value in Global Era. ISBN - 978-81-928537 -0-5; pp 270 -276.

Manisha Singhai and Swaranj eet Arora (2013). Personalit y Predisposition
and Experienced Stress: Type A/B Behavior Pattern. ISBN - 978 -81928537 -0-5; pp. 205 -209.

Manisha Singhai and Swaranj eet Arora (2013). Gender Differences And
Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Study Of Academicians. Entrepreneurship
Driver for Economic Growth Excel Publicat ions, New D elhi. ISBN - 97893-5062 -332-9; pp. 373 -379.

Swaranj eet Arora and Khushboo Makwana ( 2013). Gender differences in
Customers’ perception towards value offered and Ser vice Quality.
Entrepreneurship Driver for Economic Growth Excel Publications, New
Delhi. ISBN - 978-93-5062 -332-9; pp. pp. 379 -387.

Swaranj eet Arora and Manisha Singhai (2013). Risk Management System
in
Indian
Banks:
A
Regulator y
Framework.
Emer ging
Trends
in
Infor mation Technology and Management. Excellent Publishers, New
Delhi, 2013. ISBN -978-93-81583 -83-8.
360

Swaranj eet Arora and Manisha Singhai (2013). Indian Banking: Emer ging
Scenario. Emer ging T rends in Infor mation Technology and Management.
Excellent Publishers, New Delhi, ISBN -978-93-81583 -83-8.

Manisha
Singhai
Introduction.
and
Swaranj eet
Emer gi ng
Trends
in
Arora(2013) .
Inf or mation
Role
Stress:
Technology
An
and
Management. Excellent Publishers, New Delhi, ISBN -978-93-81583 -838.

Manisha Singhai and Swaranj eet Arora (2013) . Coping with Role Stress.
Emer ging Trends in Infor mation Technology and Management. Excellent
Publishers, New Delhi . ISBN -978-93-81583 -83-8.

Manisha Singhai and Swaranj eet Arora(2012) . Gender as a predi ctor of
personality: A study of Future Managers. Business Innovations and
Entrepreneurship. Excel Publications, New Delhi. ISBN-978-93-5062 004-5; pp.270 -292.

Swaranj eet Arora , H.B.Singh and Raj endra Jain (2009). Exploring
Customers’ Purchase Preference in Mobile Phone Telecommunication.
Strategies
of
Devel oping
Countries
Opportunities
and
chal lenges .
Prestige Institute of Manage ment Dewas, Excel Books, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-7446-749-2. Pp.142-149.

Swaranj eet Arora , Amrita Chourasia, Harsha Bhatia and Saurabh Gour
(2009). Exploring customer preferences f or Demat ser vices between
banks and Pri vate institutes. Transcending horizons through Innovati ve
Global Practices, Excel Publications, New Delhi. ISBN-978-81-7446 708-9. Pp.73-81

Swaranj eet Arora and Anukool. M. Hyde. Students’ Expectations from
Teachers in Professional Institutes and Non Professional Colleges.
Navi gating Glocali za tion through Qualit y Ini tiatives . Prestige Insti tute of
Management and Research, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2008.pp -275281.ISBN -978-81-7446 -594 -8
361
NUMBER LISTED IN INTERNATIO NAL DATABASE (FOR E.G. WEB OF
SCIENCE, SCOPUS, HUMANITIES INTERNATIONAL COMPLETE, DARE
DATABASE – INTERNATIONAL SO CIAL SCIENCES DIRECTORY, EBSCO
HOST, ETC.)
o
Arora, Swaranj eet and Shar ma, R.K. Risk Identification System in
Indian Commercial Banks: An Empirical Study. Communicated for
publication to International Journal of Economics and Management
( IJEM) ( Listed in Scopus), Uni versiti Putra Malaysia.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra . Customer Preferences in mobile
telephony – A comparative study. ARASH A j ournal of ISMDR (Listed in
Cabell’s Director y, USA and Ulrich’s Periodical, U SA). Volume 3 Number,
1 January- July 2013. [( ISSN 2231 -2072); pp. 63 -68.

Arora, Swaranj eet. Credit Risk Anal ysis in Indian Commercial Banks. Asia Pacific Finance and Accounting Review ( Listed in Ulrich’s Periodical,
USA) . Volume 1 Number, 2 January - March 2013. [( ISSN 2278 -1838;Print)
( ISSN 2319 -7218; Onl ine)]; pp. 25-34.

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Risk Management Framewor k in
Indian Commercial Banks: An Empirical Investigation. Wealth Int ernational
Journal of Money, Banking and Finance ( Listed in EBSCO dat abase and
Ulrich’s Periodical Directory, USA) . Volume 1, Issue 2, July-December
2012. ( ISSN 2277 -9388). Pp. 46 -52.

Arora, Swaranj eet; Hyde, Anukool and. Singh, H.B. A Study of Customer
Preferences
in
the
Home
Loans
Mar ket.
NDIM Journal -
Review
of
Professional Management (Listed in Ulrich’s Periodical Directory b y Pro
Quest, USA). Volume -10, Issue 1, Januar y –June, 2012. ( ISSN -0972 -8686.)
; pp 33 -39.

Arora,
Swaranj eet
and Jain, Raj endra.
Understanding Risk
and
Risk
Management in Indian Commercial Banks: A Comparati ve study. Saaransh RJG Journal of Management (Li sted in Cabell’s Directory, USA and Ulrich’s
Periodical, USA). Vol. 3(2), January, 2012. ISSN - 0975 - 4601; pp. 26 -30.

Arora,
Swaranj eet
and
Jain,
Raj endra.
Evaluating
Risk
Management
Practices in Indian Commercial Banks. Asia Pacific Business Review (Sage
Publications), vol. 7(4), Oct - Dec, 2011.pp.104 -114. ISSN -0973-2470;
pp.104-114.

Arora, Swaranj eet ; Singhai, Manisha and Patel, Ranj ana. Gender and
Educational level as determinant of Indi vidualism –Collectivism: A study of
Future Managers. Indi an Journal for Industr ial Relations (Listed in EBSCO,
GALE/CENGAGE Learning, JSTOR, Proquest/CSA Database). Vol. 47, No.
2.Oct. 2011. Pp. 321 -328.
362

Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Exploring Risk Assessment and
Anal ysis Practices in Indian Commercial Banks. ELK Asia Pacific Journal of
Finance & Risk Management (Listed in Cabell’s Directory, USA). Vol. 2(3),
605-614.Oct. 2011. ISSN -0976-7185. Pp. 605-614

Matharu, Sukhj eet; Arora, Swaranj eet and Jain, Raj endra. Impact of TV and
Print Advertising on Buying Behaviour: A comparati ve Study. Review of
Professional Management - A Journal of New Delhi Institute of Management
(Listed in Ulrich’s Periodical D irectory by Pro Quest, USA), vol.8,issue 1,
Jan-June 10.ISSN -0972 -8686. Pp.75-82

Arora, Swaranj eet; Singh, H.B. and Jain, Raj endra. Exploring customer
Preference for Mutual Funds. Review of Professional Management - A
Journal of New Delhi Institute of Manag ement (Listed in Ulrich’s Periodical
Directory by Pro Quest, USA), vol.7,issue 1, Jan -June 09. ISSN -0972 -8686.
Pp.59-64.

Arora, Swaranj eet; Singh, H.B. and Jain, Raj endra. Exploring Customer
Preference for Unit Linked Insurance Plans in India. Anvesha - IES (Listed
on Pro Quest) , Mumbai vol. 1, 2008. .pp.23 -29.

Hospitality Unli mited: A case of Gravit y Hotel. Pacific Business Review
(Listed in Cabell’s Directory, USA and Ul rich’s Periodical, USA). Vol 6,
issue 2; August 2013, ISSN: 0974 -438X. 78 -80.

Case
stud y
on
“Time
to
Scan
the
Scanner”
published
in
Presti ge
International Journal of Management and Research (Listed on Pro Quest,
USA) , Vol. 4 & 5. January, 2013 ; pp. 45 -46 also published in EECH case
center http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120891 and
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120892 .

Case Study on “Foundati on of Future: So Near Yet so Far ” BAUDDHIK The
Journal of Management. Vol. 3 issue 2, May - August,2012; pp. 73 -77. Also
published
in
EECH
case
center
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120587
and
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120588 .

Case Study on “Surfing in Troubled Waters - The Kalpatech Way” Journal of
IMS gr oup, ( ISSN 0973 -824X) (Listed in Cabell ’s Management Director y,
USA) Jan -July, 2012 i ssue; pp. 53-54.

Case study on “Ret aining Leadership Position: Success Mantra of an
Insurance
Company”
published
in
Prestige
International
J ournal
Management and Research (Listed on Pro Quest, USA) , Vol. 2 & 3.
of
July,
2009 and January, 2010; pp. 84-86.

Case study on “Changi ng with the Times” published in Prestige International
Journal of Management and Research (Listed on Pro Quest, USA) , V ol. 1 &
2. January, 2009; pp. 89 -92.
363

Case study on “ Far e we ll vs W el fare ” published in EECH case center
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120591
and
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120592 .
– RANGE / AVERAGE -02
Ms. Ranjana Patel
NUMBER
OF
PAPERS
PUBLISH ED
IN
PEER
REVIEWED
JOURNALS
(NATIO NAL / INTERNATIONAL)







Technology Transfer, FDI and Economic Growth in Telecomm
Sector: A Review in International Journal in Multidisciplinary and
Academic Research (SSIJMAR) Vol. 1, No. 4, November -December
(ISSN
2278
–
5973)http://ssijmar.in/vol%201%20no%204/vol%201%20no%204.26
.pdf
Customers Perception towards Service Qualit y: With Reference to
Multiplexes in Indore Region at Eighth International Conferen ce on
Managing People Process and Environment for Global Prosperit y
organized by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore
on January 30 -31,2014.
A Study of Consumer’s Preference towards International Brands and
National Brands in Indore at Third International Conference on
Innovative Business Practices for Creating Value in the Global Era
organized by Acropolis Facult y of Management and Research,
Indore on December 28, 2013.
Consumer Preferences towards Soft Drinks: A perceptual Study at
Interntional Conference on Managing Change in Business and
Econom y organized by Facult y of Management Studies, Pacific
Academ y of Higher Education and Research Univesit y, Udaipur n
April 6-7, 2013.
Liquidit y and Profitabilit y Trade -off Anal ysis: With Special
Reference to Select FMCG Companies at Third International
Conference on Innovative Business Practices for Creating Value in
the Global Era organized by Acropolis Facult y of Management and
Research, Indore on December 28, 2013.
Deserve Then Desire in Pres tige International Journal of
Management and Research, combine Vol. 4 (2) & Vol. 5 (1) (2011 2102) (ISSN: 0974 -6080), pp.38 -40.
A Journey of Aman Palace in Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research, combine Vol. 3 (2) & Vol. 4 (1) (2010 2011) (ISSN: 0974 -6080), pp.63 -65.
364


Chasing Prices and Not Volumes in Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research, combine Vol. 3 (2) & Vol. 4 (1) (2010 2011) (ISSN: 0974 -6080), pp.67 -69
Insured not Assured in Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research, combine Vol. 2 (2) & Vol. 3 (1) (2009 2010)(ISSN: 0974-6080), pp.82 -83.
2.MONOGRAPHS AND STATUS PAPER

Status Paper titled “Managing Climate Change For Global
Prosperit y : A Review” SP/PIMR/2014/03

Business
Renaissance:
Innovativ e
Architecture
for
Tommorow”(2009) with Dr.I.C.Gupta, Dr.R.K.Jain,Sat Prachar
Press,Indore.
CHAPTER(S) IN BOOKS
•
Eco-Tourism in Madhya Pradesh: A Review’ in Eco – Tourism and
Sustainable Development in India, Rohit Bal yani ( Ed.) ISBN
13: 9788176258289, Sarup Book Publishers Pvt . Ltd., 2012.
BOOKS WITH ISBN NUMBERS WITH DETAILS OF PUBLISHERS

Conference Book on Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Tran for ming
World Economy ( ISBN 978 -93-5062-004-5) , Excel Books .

International Jou rnal on “Prestige International Journal of Management and
Research”, Vol. 2&3(1&2), July -Januar y 2010 -2011.
NUMBER LISTED IN INTERNATIONAL DATABASE (FOR E.G. WEB OF
SCIENCE, SCOPUS, HUMANITIES INTERNATIONAL COMPLETE, DARE
DATABASE – INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCES DIRECTORY, EBSCO
HOST, ETC.)

Foundation of Future: So Near Yet So Far (814 -022-1)in Case Centre
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators /products/view?id=120587

Foundation of Future: So Near Yet So Far (TN)(814 -022-8) in Case
Centre
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120588

Does Money Reall y Matter? (414 -040-1) in Case Centre
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120720
365

Does Money Reall y Matter? (TN) (414 -040-8) in Case Centre
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120721

Foundation of Future Near Yet So Far In Baudhik The Journal of
Management Vol 3(2), 2012, ISSN -0975-4131, ESS IN 2277 -4955.
CITATION INDEX – RANGE / AVERAGE-02
Dr. Shukhjeet K Matharu

NUMBER OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN PEER
JOURNALS (NATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL)

Matharu, Sukhjeet kaur (2013). A Perceptual Study of the
Effectiveness of Print Advertisements in Influencing Consumer Buying
Behavior. International Journal of Technology and Business
Management , vol.02, Issue 3, Jul y-September 2013.pp. 7 -13.ISSN2319-6815.

Mittal, Sachin; Joshi, Manish; Matharu, Sukhjeet Kaur (2013). Case
Study on Samadhan Housing Finance: Action with Vision, access
online on ECCH. Reference no. for
case study - 514-009-1 and
reference no. of teaching notes - 514-009-8.
Motwani, Bharti; Matharu, Sukhjeet; Haryani Sharda (2013). A
Comparative Study of Mobile Banking Services in Public and Private
Sector Banks. International Journal of Marketing & Business
Communication, vol. 2, Issue 3, Jul y 2013. Pp. 41-48. ISSN: 2277484X.
Motwani, Bharti; Haryani, Shard a; Matharu, Sukhjeet (2013). A
Comparative Study Between USA and India on Factors Affecting
Online Shopping. International Journal of Customer Relations, vol. 1,
Issue 2, September 2013. Pp. 41-48. ISSN: 2320 -7515.
Haryani, Sharda; Motwani, Bharti; Matharu, Sukhjeet (2013). An
Empirical Study on the Student Perpicacity about the Usage of E -Books
in Academics. Pacific Business Review International, vol. 6, Issue 3,
September 2013. Pp. 71-82. ISSN: 0974 -438X.




REVIEWED
Matharu, Sukhjeet kaur; Motwani, Bharti; Haryan i, Sharda (2012). IT
Based Services in Public and Private Sector Banks: A Study on
Application of Information Technology on Customers. Review of
Professional Management - A Journal of New Delhi Institute of
Management , vol.10,issue 2, Jan -June 2012.pp.73-78.ISSN-0972-8686.
366

Matharu, Sukhjeet ; Nagar, Ravindra; Namdev, Prateek (2012). A Study on
the production potential of soya in Madhya Pradesh , The International
Journal of Economics and Business Studies, Volume: 01(10), August 2012,
pp. 13-16. ISSN: 2251 -1555.

Mishra
Vinod ;
Matharu,
Sukhjeet
(2011).
Factors
Affecting
Entrepreneurism: A Perceptual Study of B -School Students Review of
Professional Management, Volume 9(2), July -December 2011, pp. 8 -12.

Tanted Nitin; Nagar Dhanashree; Matharu, Sukhjeet , Bari k S.R ( 2009), Day
of Week Effect : Empiral Analysis of Stock Exchange. Fortune Journal of
International Management. Volume 6(2), July - Dec 09, pp. 1 -18.

Matharu, Sukhjeet ; Arora Swaranj eet; Jain Raj endra (2010). Impact of TV
and Print Media Advertisin g on Buying Behavior: Comparative Study.
Review of Professional Management, Volume 8(1), January - June 2010, pp.
75-82.( ISBN 0972 -8686).

MONOGRAPHS AND STATUS PAPER

Status Paper on “Technological Innovations in Indian Banking Sector ”,
S.P. No. PIMR/201 2/ 01, 2012.

Status Paper on “ Technological Innovations in the Indian Retail Sector ”,
S.P. No. PIMR/2012/02, 2012.

Status Paper on “ Prospects f or Sustainabl e Economic Grow th in India ”,
S.P. No. PIMR/2013/03, 2013

CHAPTER(S) IN BOOKS

Matharu, Sukhj eet Kaur ; Adalakha, Vaishali (2013).An Empirical Study on
Opportunities and Threats to Women Entrepreneurs. Pp 12 -18, New Delhi
JBC Press, India ISBN 978 -93-83917 -13-6. Resonance of Research.

Matharu, Sukhj eet Kaur; Sikka, Romil (2013). Profitability in Indian Ban ks:
A Conceptual Study, pp 126 -133, New Delhi JBC Press, India ISBN 978 -9383917-13-6. Resonance of Research.

Matharu, Sukhj eet Kaur, Motwani B; Har yani S (2013). Attitude of Post
Graduate Students’ t owards Entrepreneurship: An anal ysis of Selected
Students of Indore City. Pp 51 -57, New Del hi Excel Books, India ISSN 978 93-5062 -332 -9.Entrepr eneurship: Dri ver for Economic Growth.

Matharu, Sukhj eet Kaur; Jain, K (2013). Entrepreneurship: A New
Perspective. Pp 365 -372, New Delhi Excel Books, India ISSN 978 -93-5062 332-9.Entrepreneurshi p: Dri ver for Economi c Growth.

Matharu Sukhj eet Kaur, Joshi Manish (2012).Impact of Television
Advertising on Buying Behavior. Pp 543 -549. New Delhi Excel Books, India
ISSN 978 -93 -5062 -183-7. Dynamics of Innovati ve Practices in Ma nagement.
367

Matharu,Sukhj eet Kaur, Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak Ritu Khabia.(2009). Impact
of Subpri me Crisis on Unemployment, Exchange Rate and Interest Rate: An
Anal ytical Study.Transcending Horizons thr ough Innovative Global
Practices, p.p. 125 -138, New Delhi: Excel Books, India.

Matharu Sukhj eet Kaur, Anand Modi, Dr. V . K. Jain (2009). The Impact of
IT and Media on the Capital Market and Equity Research. Strategies of
Developing Countries : Opportunities and Challenges. P.p. 305 -313, New
Delhi : Excel Books, I ndia.

Matharu Sukhj eet Kaur, Anand Modi, Dr. V. K. Jain (2009). A Study of
Employees’ Perception about E -banking as compared to Traditional Banking.
IT innovations for or gani zational Excellence. P.p. 117 -123, New Delhi :
Excel Books, India.

Matharu, Sukhj e et Kaur, Motwani B, Jain V.K. (2010). Criteria for Effective
Advertising. A Conceptual Study. Managi ng Cor porate Responsibility &
Risk for Syner gising Business Practices to achieve Or ganizational
Excellence. P.p. 339 -346, New Delhi : Excel Books India.

Matharu, Sukhj eet Kaur, Bansal Alok, Jain V.K. (2010). Customers’
Perception towards Television Adverti sement: An Empiri cal Study.
Managing in the New World Order: Strategies for Sustainabl e Business
Development, pp. 385 -394, New Delhi: Excel Books India.
Dr. Punit Dw ivedi
NUMBER OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS
(NATIO NAL / INTERNATIONAL)
o
Singh, Anil K. and Dwi vedi, Punit K. “Sustainable Tourism
Development through Ecotourism: A conceptual Approach” published
in THAVAN- IJREB Vol-01: Issue: 01 Oct- Dec-2011.

Dwi vedi Punit Kumar, Shar ma, Dinesh, “Inclusive Growth: Role of Rural
Banks in Rural Development” published in “SDCM Journal of Management
Listed in Ulrich’s periodicals Directory, ProQuest USA” (2011) Issue -III,
ISSN 0976-6596.

Dwi vedi, A. K. and Dw ivedi, Punit K. (2010), “Rural Entrepreneurship
Development: A Study on Indian Handmade Paper Industry” Osmania
Journal of International Business Studies , Vol. IV, Issue II. ISSN-009755372. ( www.indianj ournals.com)
368

Dwi vedi, A. K., Kesari, Nidhi and Dw ivedi, Punit
Accounting and Financial Management Pr actices
Pradesh ( India)”, published by IMS Manthan (The
(issue
of
December
2010) International
1713 (www.publishingindia.com)

Dwi vedi, A. K., Dw ivedi, Punit K. and Dwi vedi, Ni vedita (2011), “A Study
on Micro -Credit in Eastern Uttar -Pradesh wi th reference to Cashpor” , Indian
Journal of Commerce & Management Thoughts , Vol. II, Issue.III. ISSN0975-623X.(www.indianj ournals.com)

Dwi vedi, A. K., S ingh Ashok Kr. And Dwivedi, Punit K. (2009), “Agri Tourism Business in India: Special Refer ence to Rural Entrepreneurship
Development” published in International Journal of Development Studies,
Vol.1, Issue -II, ISSN 09755799.

Dwi vedi, A.K and Dwi vedi, Punit Kumar“Consumer Behavior towards
purchase of Apparel s (A study on or gani zed Retail Market Jaipur City)
published in “Proficient – An International Journal of Management “(2010),
January 2010 Issue, ISSN: 0975 -5799.

Book-Chapters & Papers in Conf erence Proceedings

Dw ivedi, Punit Kr . And Sachdev, Sanidhya (2014) “Models of Skoda Car
Company: A Comparative Study” in edited book “Resonance of Research:
Innovative Mar keting Practices: Enhancing Business Competencies”. ISBN:
978-93-83917 -13-6, JBC Press, New Delhi ( India).

Matharu, Manita; Shar ma , Dhar mendr a, Dw ivedi, Punit K .(2014),
“Relationship Mar ket ing as a Core Mar keting Acti vit y: A Conceptual
Framewor k” in edited book Managing People Processes and Environment for
Global Prospe rity (eds) Choudhr y, Vipin et.al., Excel Books New Delhi,
( India) ISBN: 978 -93-5062-359-6.
Dwi vedi, A. K., Dw ivedi, Punit K. and Dwivedi, Ni vedita ( 2011) , “Suppl y
Chain Management: A Study on Indian Food Processing Industr y, In Cases
in Management, ( Eds) Srivastava, S., & Jhaj haria, P., PHI -Learning, New Delhi ( India)


K. (2010), “Adoption of
among SMEs in Uttar Journal of Innovation)
Journal
ISSN -0976–
Dw ivedi, Punit K and Mehunkar Sanj ai (2010) “Rural Banking: A
Development Tool f or SSI’s”, In Financial Inclusion, (Eds) Sudha.V,
Kalidas.K, Sampat Ku mar.R, Hi malaya Publishing House, New Del hi ( India)
369

Dw ivedi, Punit Kumar and Kesh, Tanaya “A Study on Customer
Relationship Management in Vishal Mega mart (Abids) Hyderabad”published
in “Indi genous Management Practices (Edited Book)”(2009) Excel
Publishers.ISBN: 978 -81-907839 -4-1.

Matharu, Manita and Dw ivedi, Punit K. “Use of Infor mation and
Communication Technology in Education” published in “ICT -Enhancing
Business Practices thr ough Innovative
o
Practices” (Eds) Aror a, Kapil, Phatak, Yogeshwari, Shar ma, Bhawna
& Jaroliya, Deepak, ( 2011) Excel Publication, New Delhi, ISBN:978 93-81361 -29-0.

Research Papers –National Journal

Dwi vedi, Amit Kumar and Dw ivedi, Punit K. (2010), “A Case Study on
Working Capital
Management
in
Bharat
Heavy Elect rical
Lt d.
(BHEL)”, “BJIMR” , Vol. I, Issue IV, ISSN - 0975-1378.

Dwi vedi, Amit Kumar
(2010), “Mar keting of
o
and
Dixit,
Mohit
and Dw ivedi,
Punit
Handmade
Paper
&
its
value -added
products
Raj asthan”, “BJIMR”, Vol. II, Issue II, ISSN -0975-1378.
K.
in

Mr. Shailendra Gangrade

NUMBER OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS
(NATIO NAL / INTERNATIONAL)

Role of IT in Out Sourcing sector In India”. Paper was Published in the
Management Research Journal of LNCT -MER, Indore (M.P.)( ISSN No.
0974-8563 Vol -3 Oct 2009).
370

NUMBER
OF
PROCEEDINGS

ICT Benefited Indian Banks -A New Pace. National Conference on
Emerging Trends in
Financial Services, Organized by Medi-Caps
Institute of Technology and Management, On April 25 & 26, 2008.
Mobile Banking Awareness amongst Self -employed and Salaried
Customers of Banks: A Comparative Study. Eighth National
Conference on Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth,
Organized by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore
on September 13 -14, 2013, Excel Books (ISBN: 978 -93-5062-332-9,
Pg-406 to 416)
Gender Differences in Customers’ Perception towards Value Offered
and Service Qualit y in Mobile Telephony. Eighth National Conference
on Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth, Organized by
Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore on September
13-14, 2013.`Excel Books(ISBN: 978 -93-5062-332-9, Pg-380 to 387)


PAPERS
PUBLISHED
IN
CONFERENCE

Mr. Sarfaraz Ansari

CHAPTER(S) IN BOOKS

A study on Relationship Between Infor mation Technology and Banking
Services” at Seventh PIMR National Confer ence on IT Enabled Pr actices for
Global Business Or ganization (2012). ISBN: 978 -93-5062 -121-9.(Pg 116 123)

A Study on factors affecting invest ment decision for selection of fixed
income securities and equities at Seventh International Conference on
“Mapping Business excellence Through Vision, Values and Vibrant
Practices” (2013) ISBN: 978 -93-5062 -254-4. (Pg 45 -60).
An empirical study of Applicability of Efficient Market Hypothesis on
Indian Stock Mar ket thro ugh Run Test and Cumulative Average Abnor mal
Return (CAAR) at (2014). ISBN: 978-93-5062 -359-6. (Pg 10 -17) .
Ms. Saroj Prasad


NUMBER
OF
PAPERS
PUBLISH ED
IN
PEER
REVIEWED
JOURNALS
(NATIO NAL / INTERNATIONAL)

Prasad Saroj and Ver ma Ashutosh (2013);Size and Returns: A St udy of the
Indian Stock Mar ket, Indian Journal of finance,Vol.7, No. 5, May 2013.

PAPERS PUBLISHED IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS BOOKS:
371

Singhai Manisha,Arora Swaranj eet and Prasad Saroj (2013) “ Gender
Differences and j ob satisfaction: An Empirical study of Academici ans”,
presented paper at PIMR National Conference on Entrepreneurship:
Challenges and Opportunities in Global Envi ronment p. 3 -8,Excel books,
ISBN: 9789350623329.

Prasad Shantanu and Prasad Shantanu (2013) , “A Conceptual Model on
Social Entrepreneurshi p” presented paper at PIMR National Confer ence on
Entrepreneurship: Challenges and Opportuni ties in Global Environment p.
380-387,Excel books, ISBN: 9789350623329 .

Case developed & published

Sachin Mittal, Nitin Tanted ,Sarfara z Ansari ,Saroj Prasad and Umang Mehta
(Dec. 2013) “IDPL: Di stributing Relationship “during the Twent y Ninth
National Case Writing Workshop or gani zed by Presti ge Institute of
Management and Research, Indore (Jan. 2013) published at ECCH 314 -0861.

Anukool Hyde,Swaranj eet Arora and Saroj Prasad (May 2013) “ Welfare vs
farewell” during Thirtieth National Case Wr iting Wor kshop or gani zed by
Prestige Institute of Management and Resear ch, Indore ( Nov. 2013) )
published at ECCH
414 -037-1.
19. Details of patents and income generated
The
institute
is
offering
management
and
computer
courses
and
programmes and thus the institute generates and reserves all the
copyrights.
Details of Copyright generated by the Finance Department for the
Period of July 2009 -2014
Name of the Conference and Year
Income
Generated
(Rs.)
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, Excel
Books, New Delhi (ISBN : 978 -93-5062-332-9)
Rs. 1,39,000
372
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, Excel
Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978 -81-7446-928-1.
1,19,000
IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’.
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 987 -81-7446-884-0).
1,30,000
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel
Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978 -81-7446-759-1).
1,19,000
Infor mation and Communication Technologies – Enhancing
business Competencies through Innovative Practices ISBN
938136129-0
Managing People, Pr ocesses and Environment for Global
Prosperity Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978 -93-5062 359-6
IT Enabled Mar keti ng Practices for Global Business
Or gani zations Excel Books, New Delhi
ISBN 978 -935062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entreprenuershi p Excel Books,
New Delhi ISBN 978 -93-5062 -004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for sustainable
business Development Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978 81-7446 -815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vi sion, values and
vibrant practices Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978 -935062-254-4
3,60,000
1,50,000
99,000
1,30,000
1,45,000
1,39,000
20. Areas of consultancy and income generated
Training programs ar e conducted by the depart ment to increase the level of
awareness among management teachers, scholars, executi ves, offi cers etc.
Consultancy Program s Conducted
S.No.
Name
of
the
Organization
Title
of
the
Training
Income
Duration
Generated
Program
1.
MAN
Force
A Road Map
Pvt .
to Excel 2007
Trucks
26000/ -
December
Ltd, Pithampur
2.
MAN
2011
Force
A Road Map
Pvt .
to Excel 2007
Trucks
21-22
33000/ -
21-22
Februar y 2012
Ltd, Pithampur
3.
Consultancy at
Business
Indira
Problem
Securities
Solving Using
Indore
Advance MS Excel
18000/ -
21-27
May
2014
2007
373
for Managers
4.
Prestige
Feed
Mills Ltd.
Financial
2,00,000
15Feb. -
Modeling and
15
Apr.2014
Credit Rating
Anal ysis
of
Prestige Feed
Mills Ltd.
21. Faculty recharging strategies
The institute promotes faculty members by providing them f ollowi ng facilities:
a. Research : Institute promotes research by encouraging all facult y
members
to
attend
seminars,
conferences,
qualit y
initiative
programmes and workshops twice in a year. The grant includes
registration
fees,
lodging,
boarding,
travelling
and
dearness
allowance. Facult y members are also sponsored for attending
international conferences outside India once a year. The facult y
members are also given research grant for the project undertaken by
them.
b. Academic leave: The institute has a provision for study leave which
is given to the facult y members for attending international and
national conference within and outside the country. Any facult y
member
who
is
nominated
and
getting
grant
for
attending
conferences, workshops, seminar, etc are allowed for study leave
including departure and arrival day. Institute also has provision to
give leave for Ph.D. work and data collection to the facult y
members. The duration of this leave can be 30 days to 60 days.
c. Nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars: All
the received proposals from various institutions for attending
conferences, seminar and workshops are circulated among all
facult y members. Facult y members can appl y to director for
nominating their
name
in
a
specific
conference,
seminar
or
workshop based on their int erest area. After receiving application
from facult y member director, nominate the facult y member and
sponsor the facult y along with academic leave.
374
d. In-service training: The institute regularl y organizes seminars,
workshops
like
research
methodology worksh op,
case
writing
workshops, Facult y Development programs, and academic forums to
provide in-service training facilit y to all the facult y members. The
facult y members are also given facilities like library, laptops,
access to international and national jour nals. This provides facult y a
platform to attend lectures of eminent personalities from industry
and academia on contemporary issues on management.
e. Organizing
national/international
conferences:
Institute
continuousl y organizing national and internationa l conferences.
Every year institute organizes international conference on 30 t h and
31 s t January. Since 2007, institute has organized eight international
conferences. Besides this Institute has also organized ---National
Conference
22. Student projects
 percentage of students who have done in -house projects including
inter-departmental – 100%
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes – 100%
23. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international leve l
by
FacultyWise Details of Awards/ Recognition
Dr. Sachin Mittal
1. Dr. Sachin Mittal, Associate Professor has received PIMR Best
Teacher Award for t he year 2012 on the occasion of the Seventh
PIMR International Conference titled “Mapping Business Excellence
through Vision Values and Vibrant Practices”. January 30 -31, 2013 .
Dr. Saw arnjeet Arora
1. Managing Editor of Prestige e -Journal of Management and Research
375
2. Reviewer for Journal of Management Devel opment ( ISSN: 0262 1711), ( Indexed and abstracted Emerald Management Reviews)
3.
Reviewer for Asia -Pacific Finance and Accounting Review (Listed in
Ulrich’s Periodical, USA). [( ISSN 2278 -1838; Print) ( ISSN 2319 7218; Online)]
4. Editor, Journal of Engineering, Computers and Applied Sciences,
http://www.borj ournals.com/editorial_board.ht ml
5. Editor, International Journal of Management ,
http://www.iaeme.com/ Ij m.asp
6. Associate Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Management and
Entrepreneurship Research, APJ MER,
http://www.lebanonfoundation.or g.in/ht ml/ mgt_editorial.ht ml
7. Editor, International Journal of Advanced Research in Management
and Social Sciences IJ ARMSS, GREENFIELD ADVANCED
RESEARCH PUBLISHING HOUSE, http://garph.co.uk/editorial.ht ml
8. Reviewer for Internati onal Journal of Management and Technology,
vol, 1 ,Issue 3, August 2011, ISSN 2249 -1058, available at
www.ij mra.us
9. Reviewer for IRC’s International Journal of Multidisciplinary
research in Social & Management Sciences ” ( ISSN: 2320 -8236)
(www.ircj ournals.org) .
Dr. Shukhjeet Kaur Matharu
1. Dr. Shukhj eet Kaur Matharu received PIMR Best Teacher Award for
the year 2012 on the occasion of the Sixth PIMR International
Conference on January 30 -31,2011.
Dr. Punit Dw ivedi
1.
Honored as Technical Session Chairperson on Rural Development at
Central India Management Conclave at Nagpur on 4 -5 t h April,2014
2.
Honored as Vice -Chairperson
Accounting,
Finance
Association’s 14
th
&
Fifth Technical Session in the area of
Economics
at
Research
Development
Int ernational Conference on Advances and Challenges
in Global Business, Management, Economics, Tourism and Infor mation
Technology, at Jaipur on Feb.01 -02,2014.
3.
Honored as Chair person of Technical Session -i v on “Management of
Small Scale Industries in the Era of Globalization” in UGC sponsored
376
National Se minar at Govt. Post Graduate College Ambala Cantt. Haryana
on 17 Feb 2009.
4.
PhD research Supervisor at ICFAI Uni versity, Jharkhand.
5.
PhD research Supervisor at FMS - Pacific Universit y, Udaipur,
Raj asthan.
6.
BEST RESEARCH PAPER AWARD: “Stock Prices Valuation of IT
Companies in India: An Empirical Study” in RDA’ S 14 t h International
Conference
on
Advances
and
Challenges
in
Global
Business,
Management, Economi cs, Tourism and Infor mation Technology, at Jaipur
on Feb.01 -02,2014.
7.
Advisor y and Revi ew Board : PES Business Review,ISSN: 0973 -
919X, Bengaluru, Indi a.
8.
Associate Editor: APJMER ( Asia Pacif ic Journal of Management &
Entrepreneurship Research) ISSN: 2277 -8098 an International Journal of
Lebanon International Foundation.
9.
Editorial
Bengaluru,
Advisory
Boar d
Member:
PES
Business
Revi ew
,
India.
10. Expert Committee Member: WCAER – World Center for Academic
Excellence and Resear ch.
11. Editorial Member : AE International Journal of Multidisciplinary
Research, ISSN 2348 – 6724
12. Editorial Member : International Journal of Financial Management
( IJFM). ISSN: 2229 -5682.(www.publishingi ndia.com)
13. Editorial Member: International Journal of Mar keting and Business
Communication ( IJMBC) ISSN: 2277 -484X. (www.publishingindia.com)
14. Editorial Member : CLEAR - International Journal of Research in
Commerce & Management ( IJRCM).
15. Editorial
Member:
Blue
Ocean
Int ernational
Journal
(BORJ -
Journals), ISSN:2319 -5614. India.
16.Book
Review
Board:
Rural
Management
in
Post -Refor m
Era, ISBN:978 -93-80574 -30-5 Book Well Publication India.
17. Book Review Boar d: Rural Development in Post - Colonial Era, ISBN:
978-93-80574-30-1, Bookwell Publication, India.
377
18. Book
Review
Board:
Cases
in
Ent repreneurship
of
Bookwell
Publication.
19. General Secretary: Society for Advancement of Villagers Education
and Rural Assistance ( Savera NGO).
20.
Conference
1 s t World Finance
Review Committee Member of
Conference held on 26 t h to 28 t h May 2010 at Viana Da Costello Portugal.
21.
Chapter Head ( Indore): Management Teachers Consortium -Global
(MTC-G).
22.
Facult y Trainer for National Entrepreneurship Net wor k (NEN) and
APIT CO for Entrepren eurship Awareness Programs.
23.
Associate Editor: Pezzottaite Journals, J&K, India (Till Feb:2013)
24.
Editorial Academic Board:
Pravish Raj nan Journal of Studies
ISSN: 2348 -3652
25.
All
India
Entrepreneursh ip
Championship
Runner -Up
Networ k
Entrepreneurship
for
Award
by
National
Development
in
Entrepreneurship Week -2012 at Bengaluru.
26.
Championship/Pr emier
Award
by
National
Entrepr eneurship
Networ k during in Entrepreneurship Devel opment in Entrepreneurship
Week-2014 at Regi onal Award Ceremony at Indore, M.P.
27.
Coordinator: Fi ve Months Training wor kshop (2010 -11): Recent
Trends in Teaching Pedagogies and Research Methodology, Indore.
28.
Resource
Person: Three
Months
Training
program
on
Women
Empower ment and Rural Development to women entrepreneurs 2010 -11,
by SAVERA India, Lucknow, U.P. ( India)
29.
Resource Person: APIT CO -IPC Hyderabad Training Progr am in
Indore for Indore Phar ma Cluster.( Year 2010)
30.
Coordinator
&
Proj ect
Manager
:
Lar gest
Backwards
Walk
“GUINNESS BOOK WORLD RE CORDS -2014”
Mr. Ravi Changle
•
Conducted Wor kshop on Research Intelligence Using SPSS for BFT Students
at PIMR, Indore held on 22 n d March, 2014
378
•
Conducted Wor kshop on Econometric Models for PIMR (UG) Faculty
Members in an Academic Forum held at PIMR, Indore on 8 t h February, 2014
•
Conducted Wor kshop on Research Intelligence Using SPSS for DON BOSCO
(October -2013), Mumbai
•
Conducted Wor kshop on Research Methodol ogy for BFT Students at PIMR,
Indore held on 16 t h November, 2013
•
Conducted Two Days Workshop on Resea r ch Intelligence Using SPSS for
DON BOSCO ( 16 -17 December -2012), Mumbai
•
Portfolio Management Workshop for students in CDSM -Indore, May 2011
•
Conducted Four days Workshop on Research Methodology at CDSM -Indore
•
Conducted Training
on Fundamental
and Technica l Anal ysis at Swastika
Invest mart LTD in December 2010.
 Doctoral / post doctoral fellows –
There are 13 students who are registered in with the facult y of Finance
Department. 2 Ph.D. degrees have been awarded and 5 thesis have
been submitted till date.
List of Students Awarded with Ph.D. Degree
S.No.
Name
Title of Ph.D.
1.
Dr. Swaranj eet
Risk Management Syst em in Banks - A
Arora
Comparati ve Study of Indian Public and Pri vate
Sector Banks
(With Special Reference to Indore
Di vision)
2.
Dr. Shukhj eet K.
Impact of TV and Print media advertising on
Matahru
the buying decision of consumers ( With special
ref erence to selected consumers of Indore
District)
 Students wise Details of Awards/ Recognition:
The institute recogni zes the hard wor k and talent of the students and ever y year
felicitates such achievers with gold medals. The details of the same are
mentioned below:
Roll of Honor (Academic Year 2012 -2013)
Course
Batch
Name of Students
Roll
%
Merit
379
No.
MBA(FA)
2011 -13
Course
SHREEDA NAMBIAR
Batch
Name of Students
11544
Position
83.72
I
%
Merit
Roll No.
Position
B.Com(Hons)
2010 -13
NEELIMA BHAGWANI
849
84.8
I
Details of Participation of Students of Postgraduate Program
(MBA(FA)) in Activities at National Level
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
No.of
Class/Semester
Results
MBA I Sem (FA)
Participat
ed
Students
Organizati
on Name
Christian
Eminent
College,
Indore,
Group Dance
Competition
19 t h Oct 2012
06
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov. 18 -20,
149
Institute
2011
recieved
2011
MBA(FA) -II
Runner
up
Workshop
TRISTA
Marketing/
R Trophy
HR/Finance/ Adver
tising
Details of Participation of Students of Undergraduate Program (B.Com.
(Hons.)) in Outside Programs and Activities
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
380
Organization
Name
NICT
Solo Dance
9 t h March
IGNOU,
Competition
2014
Vindhya
Solo Dance
7 t h March
Institute of
Competition
2014
School of
Group Dance
14 t h March
Commerce,
Competition
2014.
Altius
Solo Dance
3 r d April
Institute of
Competition
2014
01
B.com( Hons) II
Won
sem
1 s t Pri ze
B.com( Hons) II
Won
sem
2 n d Prize
B.com( Hons) II
Won
sem
1 s t Pri ze
B.com( Hons) II
Won
sem
1 s t Pri ze
Indore
01
Management,
Indore
04
DAVV,
Indore
01
universal
studies,Indore
381
24. Seminars/
funding
Conferences/Workshops
(national
/
international )
organized
with
and
details
the
of
source
of
outstanding
participants, if any.
Details of Conf erence Organised by the Finance Department(July 2009 - July
2014)
Name of the Conference and Year
Source of Funding
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, Excel
Books, New Delhi (ISBN : 978 -93-5062-332-9)
Self Financing
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, Excel
Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978 -81-7446-928-1.
IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’.
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 987 -81-7446-884-0).
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel
Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978 -81-7446-759-1).
Infor mation and Communication Technologies – Enhancing
business Competencies through Innovative Practices ISBN
938136129-0
Managing People, Pr ocesses and Environment for Global
Prosperity Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978 -93-5062 359-6
IT Enabled Mar keti ng Practices for Global Business
Or gani zations Excel Books, New Delhi
ISBN 978 -935062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entreprenuershi p Excel Books,
New Delhi ISBN 978 -93-5062 -004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for sustainable
business Development Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978 81-7446 -815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vi sion, values and
vibrant practices Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978 -935062-254-4
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Self Financing
Details National R.M. Workshop
S.N. Workshop
1
Ninth
Year
National
Source of Fund
Research July 08-13, 2013
Institute Sponsored
Research July 10- July 14, 2012
Institute Sponsored
Research July 11-15, 2011
Institute Sponsored
Research June 01-05, 2010
Institute Sponsored
Methodology Workshop
2
Eighth
National
Methodology Workshop
3
Seventh
National
Methodology Workshop
4
Sixth
National
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Methodology Workshop
5
Fifth
National
Research March 13th 2010
Institute Sponsored
Research June 2-6, 2009
Institute Sponsored
Methodology Workshop
6
Fourth
National
Methodology Workshop
Details of Case Writing Workshops (2009 - 2014)
S.N.
1
Faculty Coordinator
Period
Source of Fund
th
Nov.28-30,2013
Institute Sponsored
th
30 National Case Writing Wrokshop
2
29 National Case Writing Wrokshop
May 01-03,2013
Institute Sponsored
3
28th National Case Writing Wrokshop
Nov. 26-28,2012
Institute Sponsored
4
27th National Case Writing Wrokshop
June 04–06, 2012 .
Institute Sponsored
5
26th National Case Writing Wrokshop
Nov.28–30,2011
Institute Sponsored
6
25th National Case Writing Wrokshop
May 05-07, 2011
Institute Sponsored
7
24th National Case Writing Wrokshop
Nov. 29-Dec. 01,2010
Institute Sponsored
8
23th National Case Writing Wrokshop
May 06-08,2010
Institute Sponsored
9
22th National Case Writing Wrokshop
June 02-04,2010
Institute Sponsored
10
21th National Case Writing Wrokshop
May 07-09,2009
Institute Sponsored
25. Student profile course-wise:
Details of M.B.A.(FA) Program
Name of the Course
Applications
Selected
(ref er question no. 2)
received
Male
Pass percentage
Male
Female
Female
MBA (FA) (2013 -15)
286
70
44
*
*
MBA(FA) (2012 -14)
193
28
32
*
*
MBA(FA)2011 -13
191
28
30
85.71%
100%
*The MBA (FA) course batch 2012 -2014 and 2013 -15 are in their IV and
II Semester respectivel y thus the final pass percentage data will be
available in Jul y 2014 and Jul y 2015 respectivel y.
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Details for B.Com.(Hons.)
Name of the Course
Applications
(ref er question no.
received
Selected Selected
Pass percentage
Male
Male
Female
Female
2)
B.Com.(Hons.)20132016
170
45
197
73
190
67
150
61
*
*
*
*
47
B.Com.(Hons.)201114
*
39
B.Com.(Hons.)201215
*
53
B.Com.(Hons.)2010-
95.12% 92.11%
13
41
*The B.Com.(Hons.) course batch 2011 - 14, 2012-2015 and 2013-16
is
still running and the final pass percentage data will be available in Jul y
2014, Jul y 2015 and July 2016 respectively.
26. Diversity of students
Details of M.B.A.(FA) Program
Name of the
% of
% of students
% of students
% of
Course
students
from the
from other
students
(ref er question
from the
State
States
from other
no. 2)
College
countries
2013-2015
12.28%
96.49%
3.51%
Nil
2012-2014
26.66%
100%
Nil
Nil
2011-2013
39.65%
96.55%
3.45%
Nil
Details of B.Com.(Hons.)
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Name of the Course
% of
% of
% of
% of
(ref er question no. 2)
students
students
students
students
from
from the
from other
from other
the
State
States
countries
College
B.Com. (Hons.)2013 -2016
NA
95.75%
4.25%
Nil
B.Com. (Hons.)2012 -2015
NA
92.72%
7.27%
Nil
B.Com. (Hons.)2011 -2014
NA
87.21%
12.79%
Nil
27. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services,
NET, SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
The institute has facult y counselors who counsel students applying for
Civil
Services,
Defense
Services,
NET/SLET
and
any
other
competitive examinations. It encourages students to read magazines
and newspapers and also organizes various seminars and quizze s to
help them increase their general knowledge, which ultimatel y helps the
students in aforementioned examinations. Besides this, the institute
regularl y subscribes to the magazines like competition success and
newspapers in the library which can help the students crack these
exams.
28. Student progression
Student progression
Percentage against
enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post -Doctoral
80 %
NA
0.5 %
NA
Employed
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Student progression
Percentage against
enrolled

Campus selection
50

Other than campus recruitment
50
Entrepreneurs
29. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent universit y
85.72%
from other universities within the State
14.28%
from other universities from other States
NIL
30. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during
the assessment period.
Two facult y members are awarded Ph.D. Degree during the assessment
period 2009-2014.
S.N.
Name Of the Ph.D. Scholar
Title of Ph.D.
1
Dr. Swaranjeet Arora
Risk Management System in Banks - A
(2012)
Comparati ve Study of Indian Public and
Private Sector Banks
(With
Special
Ref erence
to
Indore
Print
media
Di vision)
2
Dr. Sukhjeet k. Matharu
Impact
of
TV
and
(2011)
advertising on the buying decision of
consumers ( With special reference to
selected consumers of Indore District)
31. Present details about infrastructural facilities
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Library
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) – 630 Square Meter
Total seating capacity – 240
Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination
days, during examination days, during vacation)
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Working Days
: 12Hrs ( 9.00 A.M. to 9 .00
P.M.)
On Holidays (During Examination
):
7 Hrs ( 10.00 A.M. to 5.00
P.M.)
During Vacation
: 9 Hrs ( 9.00 A .M to 6.00
P.M.)
Layout of the library (individual reading carrels, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed reading, IT zone for accessing e -resources)
.Library of the Institute has individual reading carrels for the students,
lounge area for browsing and rel axed readings and IT zone for
accessing e-resources like e -journals and e-books etc.
Access to the
premises through prominent display of clearl y laid out floor plan;
adequate signage; fire alarm; access to differentl y abled users and
mode of access to col lection)
Details on the library holdings:
i)
Print Books
Titles
j)
:
Volumes
:
33634
Back Volumes
:
1015
:
234
e-books , Periodicals CDs
:
457
e-Journals
:
8500
Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
AV CDs
k)
9105
Electronic (e -books, e-Journals)
(Proquest ABI Complete, DELNET)
l)
Special collection
Text Book
Reference Books
Research and Training Reports
Annual Reports of Companies
Monographs
Doctoral Thesis
Working Paper
Research Projects
Orations and Technical Notes
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
25737
9069
9058
388
25
55
10
:
:
11
29
387
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Internet facilities for staff and students
Internet facilit y is available for students in the computer lab
from Morning 9.00 am to Evening 9.00 pm. Besides, campus is
full y wi-fi and students can access internet from anywhere in the
premises. Facult y m embers are provided with laptops and the
same facilit y available for them also.
c) Total number of class rooms
45
d) Class rooms with ICT facility
Interacti ve Boards, ICT enabled classrooms, Internet facility, laptops, LCD
proj ectors, OHPs are provided to each class and faculty where t hey may take
use of these and make the class more interactive for enhancing the qualit y of
teaching, learning and research. We have two Interactive white boards and all
the classrooms have LCD/DLP proj ectors for ‘power point presentations.
Students are encouraged to g i ve seminar talks using ICT resources. The
institute provides di gi tal library facility for all teaching and non -t eaching staff
members and student s. Moreover, the sof twares required for t eaching and
learning are also avail able on the LAN & WAN.
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Students’ laboratories
Dedicated computing f acility and 500 Systems with Internet Connectivit y
allotted for Students. The details are as follows:
S.
NO
1
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
Lab1
120
2
Lab2
3
Lab3
4
Lab4
5
Lab(ug)
Lenovo thin centre Intel core 2 duo/1GB
RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
Acer core i-3/4GB RAM/320GB HDD/19
TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
with N-computing
Thin client /512RAM/14TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
Wipro P IV /512RAM/14TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
100
100
60
120
Electronics
Lab
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Research laboratory : N. A.
388
32. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance
from College.
Yes. The institute provides financial aid to the students on time. The
scholarships is given to the students by the Prestige Education Societ y. The
institute also waive off research centre fee of research scholars who have
been appointed under College Code. The institute has given educational
assistance to eight students of Rs. 2,04,400/ - this year to the students. The
Institute has MOU with Punjab National Bank and Central
Bank o f India for
providing education loan to the students. The institute also helps students
avail government scholarship. List of students received student scholarship
from the institute.
Details of Fee Waiver allow ed f or the year 2009 -10.
S.No.
Program
Name of Student
Amount
1.
Ph D.
Swaranjeet Arora
3500.00
Total 3500.00
Details of Fee Waiver allow ed f or the year 2010 -11.
S.No.
Program
Name of Student
Amount
1.
Ph D
Swaranjeet Arora
3500.00
Total 3,500.00
Details of Fee Waiver allow ed f or the year 2011-12.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
1.
Ph D
Swaranjeet Arora
3500.00
2.
Ph. D
Shuchi Sharma
3500.00
389
Total 7000.00
Details of Fee Waiver allow ed f or the year 2012 -13.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
1.
Ph. D.
Shuchi Sharma
3500.00
2.
Ph. D.
Sarfaraz Ansari
3500.00
Total 7000.00
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new program(s)?
If so, give the methodology.
Yes the institute has
undertaken need assessment exercise before the
development of new pr ogram. The process for the same is as follows:
Every
year
during
the
admissions,
institute
appoints
admission
coordinators/counselors to counsel the candidates who come to inquire
about the various courses offered by the institute. After their interactio n,
institute comes to know the demand of the course exists in the market and
subsequentl y applies to the authorities for getting permission for the new
program.
 Need Assessment
The institute on the basis of feedback of faculty experience, industry and
student feedback assess the existing curriculum and seek removal of the
deadwood or obsolete for m of syllabus and i ntroduction of new and relevant
topics
and
courses
in
curriculum.
These
changes
are
made
through
systematic mechanism at various levels.
The institution undertakes the following exercise for devel oping and
upgrading the curriculum.
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•
The Director puts forward the agenda in the meeting of the
Heads of Departments and several issues pertaining to the
student promotions, credit regulations, transitory regulations,
pass percentage, syllabus coverage mechanisms, interdisciplinary
courses, changes that can be made to the curriculum etc. are
discussed.
•
Syllabus Board is prepared
•
The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are
distributed areas wise to the various departments and respective
departments anal yticall y and criticall y look at programs/courses.
•
While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback
from Alumni, feedback from employers are also taken into
consideration.
•
The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the
College BOS for discussion
•
The observations and suggestions of the member of BOS are
taken into consideration for finalizing the Curriculum and the
revised curriculum is placed before the Academic Council of the
Institute.
•
All the decisions taken in the Boards of Studies are placed for
discussions before the approval in the Academic Council and
their decision is made acceptable at large.
• The Academic Council then make suggestions for necessar y
modification in the course curriculum and after incorporation the
necessary modification the curric ulum is then placed in front of
the Executive Council for further discussion and approval. Once
approved by the Executive Council the curriculum in the final
shape is implemented in the forthcoming academic session.
• Make it more effective and efficient f rom student and teacher’s
point of view and provide all the facilities like books, online
database, Audio/Video CDs etc.
 Design and Development of Curriculum Process using Feedback
The institution accords hi ghest priorit y to t he curriculum development
and its execution. The institution takes meticulous care with regard to
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each of the steps concerned. The institution understands that the
academic and professional prosperit y of the gra duates ori ginates from
the curriculum in which they are si mulates to study and practice.
The syllabus is updated annuall y, new electives are offered keeping
in mind the changing need of the industry. The process is
facilitated by active contribution and f eedback from industry
experts and alumni. The syllabus is updated with the contribution
of facult y members in their respective specializations and is then
presented in the Board of Studies for approval. After this it is
further put forth to the executive b ody of the affiliating Universit y
for approval and final enforcement.
i) Students Feedback
a) Formal assessment: This assessment is done time to time
by providing the students with questionnaire in which
questions include content aspects like relevance of the
curriculum, time allotted, learning, applicabilit y, extent of
coverage and the inclusion of projects and assessments.
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Inf ormal assessment : Infor mal interaction with
the students is done ever y month during t he academic
session for seeking f eedbacks on aspects like clarit y,
difficulty, complexit y of topics dealt in the class/felt by
the students during conduct of practice t eaching and
simulated teaching.
Students’ overall eval uation of perfor mance and teaching is also
done by for mal home examination, class room discussion during
tutorial and extempor e speeches. Students are invol ved in class
committee meeting to explain the problem or suggestion faced
during covering the different subj ects.
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Feedback f rom Alumni
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The alumni feedback is obtained during the Alumni Meet which is
organi zed ever y year by the institute. And their response is studied
and analyzed for making modifications a nd further utilized after
approval from BOS and AC members.
iii)
Feedback from employer and Academic Experts
Employer : Employer’s appraisal of the curriculum is obtai ned
through the feedback Perfor ma that deals wi th relevance of the topics,
time utili zed fo r completion of syllabus, use of teaching aids,
teaching strategies employed and conduct of tests. The feedback fr om
employer is obtained to assess the suitability and to update / modify
the curriculum as per the need of industr y.
Academic Experts – Relevance of curricul um is evaluated by t he
different experts in light of the needs of organi zation, societ y and
psychology
of
students,
practical
aspect s
and
development
of
vocational and training skills. Most of the suggestions made dur ing
the wor kshops/semina r are considered to i ncorporate and necessary
follow up actions are taken.
a) At time of placement
b) At time of summer training
c) At time of SIP
d) By special invitation and conducting workshops
e) Informall y by industry experts who visit campus
30. Does the department obtain f eedback f rom
b. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching -learning-evaluation? If
yes, how does the department utilize it?
The institution accords highest priority to the curriculum development and its
execution. The institution takes meticulous care with regard to each of the steps
concerned. The institution understands that the academic and professional prosperity
of the graduates originates from the curriculum in which they are simulates to study
and practice.
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The syllabus is updated annually, new electives are offered keeping in mind the
changing
need of the industry. The process is facilitated by active contribution and feedback
from industry experts and alumni. The syllabus is updated with the contribution of
faculty members in their respective specializations and is then presented in the Board
of Studies, Academic Council and Executive Council for approval.
c. students
on
staff,
curriculum
as
well
as
teaching -learning-
evaluation and what is the response of the department to the
same?
This assessment on curriculum and teaching is done twice in a year by providing the
students with questionnaire in which questions include content aspects like relevance of the
curriculum, time allotted,learning, applicability, extent of coverage and the inclusion of
projects and assessments and feedback of faculty teaching. Every program also has a faculty
co-ordinator who acts as a mentor to students and takes feedback on any teaching learning
issue faced by the students.Both the formal and informal feedback is analysed and finally
discussed with the Director. The feedback is then discussed in faculty meetings to
implement necessary course of action.
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alumni and employers on the programmes
and what is the response of the department to the
same?
Feedback from Alumni
The alumni feedback is obtained during the Alumni Meet which is
organized every year by the
institute. And their response is studied and analyzed for making modifications and further utilized
after approval from Board of Studies and Academic Council members. Alumni also give feedback as
members of the Advisory board.
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Feedback from employer and Academic Experts
Employer : Employer’s appraisal of the curriculum is obtained through the feedback Performa that
deals with relevance of the topics, time utilized for completion of syllabus, use of teaching aids,
teaching strategies employed and conduct of tests. The feedback from employer is obtained to assess
the suitability and to update /modify the curriculum as per the need of industry. The feedback is taken
at time of placement, At time of summer training, at time of SIP,by special invitation and conducting
workshops and Informally by industry experts who visit campus.
Who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback from experts who
visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
Academic Experts – Relevance of curriculum is evaluated by the different experts in light of the needs
of organization, society and psychology of students, practical aspects and development of vocational
and training skills who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback
from experts who visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Sr.
No.
Name
Organization
Batch
1
Abhinav Pandey
Mahindra Finance
2011-2013
2
Sumit Rawat
Mahindra Finance
2011-2013
3
Anurag Modi
Kotak Mahindra LIC
2011-2013
4
Ni khil Takal kar
ICIC I Bank
2011-2013
5
Aditya Parakh
S&P Capital IQ
2012-2014
6
Sanuj Tiwari
Asahi Glass
2012-2014
7
Hi manshu Vishwakar ma
Aditya Birla Money
2012-2014
8
Shashank dubey
Trifid Research
2011-2013
9
Rohit Shar ma
Indusind Bank
2011-2013
10
Hi manshu Kapoor
Kotak Securities
2011-2013
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
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w orkshops / seminar) w ith external expert s.
Enrichment courses provide opportunities f or learning in ter ms of out of the
institute or regular cl assroom teaching. Other than these courses the institute
has a wide variet y of acti vities for the enrichment of students such as
Industrial visits, Port Visits, Foreign Tours, sports week, Yoga, Art of li ving
etc.
Institute provides enrichment courses to their students with a variet y of
dynamic learning experiences out of their regular course wor k. These courses
can
be
scheduled
on
a
weekl y,
bi -weekl y,
semester
basis
or
annually. Enrichment courses offer a highl y f lexible structure and shaped to
meet the needs of each specialization/program.
The institute offers apart from regular program, certificate program in
Advanced Diploma in Business Computing, Certificate Program in Financial
Market Anal ysis ( Proposed), Sk ill Development Training Pr ogram of National
Skills
Development
Corporation,
Government
of
India,
Entrepreneur
Development Program, PG Diploma in Event and Public Relation, Diploma in
Event Management, and commodity deri vatives. Diploma course in Foreign
Language is also offered to the students as supplementar y and enrichment
courses along with the regular curriculum covering courses on Excel, Tally,
English
learning,
Personality
Development,
Foreign
Languages,
Entrepreneurship, Retail Marketing Programmes, BSE/ NSE programmes.
List of Activities of PIMR Finance Cl ub
Program
Resource Person
Date
–
Technical Analysis by
Mr. Sumit Singh Mongia,
Director
and
Founder
Radical Institute of Sock
Market Education.
Feb . 2 4 ,2 0 1 4
Workshop on StockMarket and
Economic Anal ysis
Mr. Raj at Ghorawat –
Founder Chair man and
Group CEO of Bulls Eye
and RG Creations
Mar 0 1 ,2 0 1 4
Seminar
on
Commodit y
Exchange and Derivati ves
Mr. Dalchand Jat – RM,
MCX (Metal and Ener gy)
2 5 , feb ,2 0 1 4
FinanceConclave -2014
Inaugural
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EML
On
Banking Product
and Ser vices
Mr. Sanj ay Mohadi kar –
Manager HLST SBI and
Mr. Pukhraj Malu –
Manager
Alternate
Channel SBI
Feb , 2 5 ,2 0 1 4
EML
on
Provident Fund :
Issues and Challenges of PF
Act
Mr. Nitin Shah – Ret.
Assistant Provident Fund
Commissioner
Feb 2 6 ,2 0 1 4
EML
On
Career
Opportunities in Finance
Mr. Romil Jain, MD,
Quest
Eduventures
(Arihant Capital Market
Ltd. )
Feb r ua r y 8 , 2 0 1 4
EML on Online Tr ading of
Securities
on
Stock
Exchange and Orient ation of
Stock Mind Compet ition in
association
with
ICICI
Securities
5
day
Certified
Training
Program on Capital Market in
association with S ECURIT IES
MARKET ACADEMY FOR
RADICAL TEACHIN G
Mr. Sumit Singh Mongia
, Director and Founder
Radical Institute of Sock
Market Education
Mutual Fund
Planning
and
“Envisage”: - Vision
future Manager
SECURIT IES MARKET
ACADEMY
FOR
RADICAL TEACHIN G
22 n d Februar y,2013
Financial
for
a
28 t h April 2013 to 2 n d May
2013
Dr.
Anil
Kothari,
Professor
at
FMS
Mohanlal
Sokhadia
Uni versity, Udaipur
Mr.
Sandeep
Atre
(Director Academics,
CH EdgeMakers
23 r d October ,2013
Campus to Corporate
Mr.
Sandeep
Atre
(Director Academics,
CH EdgeMakers
23 r d October ,2013
FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR
YOUNG INVESTORS
Shri Arun Sal vi (RBI’s
Retired Banker) and Dr.
Nitin
Tanted
(SEBI’s
Resource Person)
22 n d November,2013
Ms. Vrushali Karane, NSE
Visit to NSE Progr mme
October 11, 2013
Ms Sangeeta Das, Director –
Visit to RBI
October 9, 2013
Dept.
of
Communication
Reser ve Bank of India and Mr.
Bipul
K
Ghosh,
Research
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Officer, Dept. of Economic &
Policy Research, RBI
Mr. Avinash Singh Assistant
Manager,
Office
Awareness
(OIAE)
of
and
Visit to SEBI
11 t h Oct 2013
MS Excel 2007 Advanced
23 r d
Training Program f or B -
2012
Investor
Education
Securities
and
Exchange Board of India
PIMR IT Club
April
to 25 t h
April,
School Students
Certificate
Program
Stock
on
Technical
6 t h November , 2012 t o 10 t h
November, 2012
Anal ysis”
M. P. Stock Mar ket.
Certificate
Program
on
21 s t November , 2011 t o 23 r d
Stock Technical Anal ysis
November, 2011
Awareness
about
21 t h September, 2011
Commodit y Exchange Li mited,
Indian
Commodity
Mumbai
Markets
Global Tradecracker Ltd. New
Comprehensi ve Financial
Delhi
Si mulation
In association with M. P. Stock
Advance
Market.
Capital Market
In
association
with
Indian
Course
the
on
11 t h April, 2011 Club
8 t h to 11 h April, 2011
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different
programmes.
Institute adopts many innovative approaches and methods for improving the
learning on ti me to time basis. Each class has a faculty coor dinator who
looks after the studen t s counseling needs besides grievance if any.
Faculty member uses the ICT recourses for f ollowing purpose.

Showing management related Movie clippings

Delivering lectures through PPT’s.

Hands on practices thr ough various softwares.

Conduction of online obj ective type test.
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Institute is providing following latest technologies and facilities by the
faculty for effecti ve teaching:

Laptop to all facult y members

LCD proj ectors in all class rooms

Communication Lab

English Lab

Air conditioned and Eco friendly computer lab

Wi -Fi enabled campus

On -line research data source

On -line j ournal access

On -line e -book access

Video conferencing facilities.
Innovative Teaching Approaches/Methods:
The institute adopts various Alternate approaches for teaching -learning
which have paved the way for innovati ve practices. Some of the innovative
approaches
adopted
are
problem
sol vi ng,
concept
checki ng,
home
assignments, summer internships, industr y based proj ects, study tours,
learning through documentaries and movi es, de bates, group di scussions,
experiential learning through games and simulations and group proj ects,
peer learning, oral and poster presentations.
These methods also expose students to fur ther develop their soft skills.
Research based proj ects assigned to the f inal year students gi ves them
experiential learning so that curiosity f or research is awakened and
heightened. The students also get an oppor tunity to present the research
paper in the Research paper competition hel d ever y year. This way student
is encouraged to undertake research. Students are encouraged to invol ve
themsel ves in e -learni ng and blended learni ng. The management on its part
does its best to facilitate innovati ve practices by procuring the necessary
equipment and technol ogy.
In order to make lear ning more interacti ve, the facult y undertakes the use
of new methods of teaching -learning especially through ICT resour ces. The
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facilities available are the following:

Computer laboratories.

Wi -fi internet facility across the campus.

Laptops and Computers in each depart ment i nter, connected through
intranet and internet (wired and wi -fi )

Classrooms equipped with ceiling -mounted LCD proj ectors.

Laptops and mobile proj ectors are available.

zAudio /Video recordi ng facilities.

Necessar y computer software.
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are
constantly met and learning outcomes monitored ?
The institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The institute has the policy of
defining the learning outcomes for each course by concerned faculty. The learning outcomes are
mentioned in the syllabus, information brochure and website of institute. The faculties appraise the
student of the learning outcomes of its programme during the induction programme held at the time of
admission of the student. Learning outcome of each course is discussed by faculty. The syllabus is
available in printed format for the students in the institute library. Students are required to study as per
syllabus and faculty members are required to teach as per the syllabus in the required lectures. The
session plan is prepared by the faculty to impart the knowledge that is essential to comply with the
learning outcomes. The institute has system of faculty program co-ordinators to ensure that the
session plan is adhered to.
To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded by faculty for
each course in each semester which are available to students through their student login online. The
internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total marks and is rigorous and continuous in nature. It
includes class test, online test, case presentations, seminar presentations, live wire, fish pond
presentations, comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to attendance in
internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment test for communication skills,
aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide them extra support by way of special classes.The
feedback received by faculty on the problems faced in internal schemes, attendance, syllabus, etc are
received through faculty meetings held before each semester to discuss the same and necessary steps
are taken to reduce the same. The student’s faculty feedback is collaborated and given to the
concerned faculty. In case, it is below the expected level, the head of the institution discuss the
feedback with the faculty concerned.
The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is compared with
past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively reflected in student results. The
score of aptitude and language tests are used to provide students with supportive classes in specific
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areas. The feedback of industry at the time of summer training/ placements is discussed with the
placement officer and support in specific areas is provided to the students.
35. Highlight the participation of stu dents and faculty in extension
activities.
The institute has a rotract club called PIMR Rotract Club which is registered
with Rotary International. The institute also has NSS Chapter. On this platfor m
a wide number of activities are or gani zed for students and f aculties like
seminars on i mportant issues such as AIDS awareness, female feticide,
environmental protection, cerebral cancer, blood donation camps are also
conducted in connection with the local heal th units and hospitals. Fund raising
activities are conducted and funds so raised are donated to orphanages, old age
homes,
schools
for
underpri vileged
chi ldren, Laptops for
teaching deaf
children, hearing aid f or deaf and dumb children etc.
Seminars for students and faculties on i mportant issues su ch as AIDS
awareness, female feticide, and environmental protection. Blood donation
camps are also conducted in connection with the local health units and
hospitals. Moreover, under the coordination of faculty members, student
members of the Rotaract Club and NSS are regularl y deputed for offering
services for needy ones in the societ y.
The institute promot es institution neighborhood net wor k through Holistic
Center, Rotaract Club and NSS which allows faculty as well as students to
pursue
activities
for
com munity development. The faculty members are
nominated by the Institute as Programme Officers in NSS and Facult y
Coordinator for Rotaract Club. They plan activities to be under taken for the
year as per the prepar ed ti me table. The management supports these activities.
The outreach programs of the college ai m at communit y development and
sensitization of the communit y towards social responsibilities. Thus, students
and faculty members are moti vated to take initiatives in community services.
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The extension ac tivit ies complement student academic learning by making
students of environmental issues, health services, and i mportance of education
and teaching skills.
Environmental: On t he part of environmental conser vation measure, tree
plantation is or ganized al mo st ever y year. Last two tree plantation acti vities
were conducted on 13 Aug. 2012 and on 03 Sept. 2011.
Health Ser vices: The students are encouraged to participate in various rallies,
awareness progr ams and campai gns in relation to various acti vities. The college
has organi zed so many campai gns and awareness programs for many health
related needs of the community.
The various progr ams organi zed are: Free camp of skin and hair treat ment on 22 n d November 2013
Workshop on Cer vical Cancer awareness on March 23 r d 2007
Awareness on swine fl u on 17 t h August 2010
Dental Disease awareness and Dental checkup program for PIMR faculties on
25 t h May 2009
Workshop on Female Feticide awareness on Feb 4 t h 2014.
Workshop on AIDS awareness Feb 4 t h 2014.
36. Give
details
of
“beyond
syllabus
scholarly
activities”
of
the
department.
In order to enhance creativity and scient ific temper amongst the learners, the
students are provided various platfor ms to showcase and nurture their creative and
analytical skills. The institute h as a transparent system where all students are
infor med about acti vi ties, chapter, clubs et c. All the students are encouraged to
participate in the activities both inside and outside the institute. The students have
a free hand in the activities of studen ts clubs which or ganizes plan and execute
activities which student feels they need to l earn and develop. The students are also
encouraged to participate in the rotar y and NEN cell where social program and
entrepreneurial activit ies are promoted. The faculty members motivate the students
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to participate in the youth festival and cult ural activities to encourage the artistic
temper among the students. Some of the beyond scholarly acti vities or gani zed by
the depart ment include:

Spardha (Annual Sports Competit ion)

Manthan (Annual Student Management Festival)

Blood Donation Camps, Tree Plantation,Old Age Home Visits,Visit to
orphans,Donation of old clothes in slum areas.

Shore (Student Farewell)

Teachers Day

Republic Day

Janmashtami

Independence Day

Ganesh Chaturthi
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by
other agencies. Give details .

The institute is NS-EN ISO 9001:2008/ISO 9001:2008 certified.

The institute regularly participates in the surveys done by the reputed
Newspapers, Magazines and the institute has consistently been ranked in the
upper edge of top ranking B-Schools in the nationwide surveys conducted by
different agencies and magazines like Business Today, Business World, Ministry
of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB, Careers360,
Business India, Competition Success, Yuva, Education Expo TV, Dalal Street
Journal, The Week Mars, SiliconIndia, Chronical Publication, MBA
UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore and Outlook – which has enabled the
Institute to achieve significant position amongst B-schools in the country.
B –School Ranking From 2009-13
S.
Name of the Magazine/Journal
Vol.
Issue
No.
Date/Month
No.
Ranking
/Remark
1
Business India
2
Open
3
Business India
4
Competition Success Review
5
Business World
825
1 November,2009
A+
24
18,September 2009
30
850
October 4-17,2010
A+
XLVII
05
November 2010
39
31
06
21-27 June 2011
36
01
403
7
Competition Success Review
XLVIII
05
November 2011
8
Business World
32
06
19-25 June 2012
9
Competition Success Review
XLIX
05
November 2012
32 (B School of
Excellence)
34
29 (B School of
Excellence)
04 ( In Central Region)
03 ( Top B School by
State)
10
Business India
905
November 25,2012
A+
11
Business World
32
49
2-15 July 2013
26
12
Out Look
LIII
39
1-7 October 2013
39
13
The Week
31
44
November 03,2013
49 ( Private B School )
24 ( In West Zone )
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department.
Strengths
1. Department has 5 facult y with Ph.D qualification and other 8 facult y
members are in the process or have submitted their thesis.
2. Innovative student development programs offered to students like
computer simulated, stock anal ysis, advanced programs in excel
modeling, NSE and BSE modules for technical anal ysis, e -accounting
to name a few,
3. Industry sponsored MDPs and consultancy
4. Remedial courses for students of non -commerce background.
Weaknesses
1. Most of the students coming from varied background thus more efforts
are required to improve the communication and soft skills.
2. Students from Non finance back grounds need to be developed.
3. No Diploma programs have been introduced in this area.
4. Difficult y in starting Innovative degree programs
Opportunities
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1. Demand for the courses offered by the department is very high.
2. National level industries and corporate are setting up their offices in
Indore and Madhya Pradesh thus there is more scope for specialized
financial management students.
3. Introducing Industry sponsored programs
4. Indore being hub for higher education in Madhya Pradesh recognized
management institutes are also setting up their branches. Thus better
and more students are attracted and migrating towards Indore in the
past years.
Challenges
1.
2.
3.
Advent of Foreign Universities with innovative courses will create
competition.
Recessionary economy adversel y impacts bulk placements in
finance sector
Lack of availabilit y of experienced and good qualit y facult y in the
area of finance .
39. Future plans of the department.
1. To introduce programmes and courses looking into the demand by the
corporate and business houses like M.Com., and B.Com.(Hons.,) LLB
Program.
2. Introduce industry sponsored program in Commodit y and Derivatives.
3. Sponsored Industry Research Projects for students
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HR & General Management Department
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Evaluative Report of the HR & General Management Department
33. Name of the Department & its year of establishment: HR and General Management,
2007
34. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) : MBA(FT),MBA(PT),MBA(PA),BBA
35. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved: The details are as under:
S.N. Subject
Class
and Department
Semester
1
Fundamentals of Management
MBA(FT)- I
Marketing
2
Business Mathematics and Statistics
MBA(FT)- I
Systems and Q. T.
3
Accounting For Manager
MBA(FT)- I
Finance
4
Information
Technology
for MBA(FT)- I
Systems and Q. T.
Managers
5
Managerial Economics
MBA(FT)- I
Economics
6
Business Communication
MBA(FT)- I
Marketing
7
Operations Management
MBA(FT)- I
Systems and Q. T.
8
Business and Economic Environment MBA(FT)- II
Economics
9
Financial Management
MBA(FT)- II
Finance
10
E-Business Fundamentals
MBA(FT)- II
Systems and Q. T.
11
Marketing Management
MBA(FT)- II
Marketing
12
Development and Management of MBA(FT)- II
Systems and Q. T.
Information Systems
13
Operations Research
MBA(FT)- II
Systems and Q. T.
14
Business Research Methods
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
15
Project Management
MBA(FT)- III
Finance
16
Consumer Behavior
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
17
Sales And Distribution Management
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
18
Advertising and Sales Promotion
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
19
Direct And Event Marketing
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
20
Rural Marketing
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
21
Retail Management
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
22
Customer Relationship Management
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
23
Services Marketing
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
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24
Marketing of Services
25
Consumer
Behaviour
and
MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
Sales MBA(FT)- III
Marketing
Management
26
Security
Analysis
and
Portfolio MBA(FT)- III
Finance
Management
27
Financial Derivatives
MBA(FT)- III
Finance
28
Income Tax
MBA(FT)- III
Finance
29
Banking Services and Management
MBA(FT)- III
Finance
30
Mergers Acquisition and Corporate MBA(FT)- III
Finance
Restructuring
31
Economic Indicators and Global MBA(FT)- III
Finance
Capital Markets
32
Life Insurance and Risk Management MBA(FT)- III
Finance
33
Financial
Finance
Market
and
Resource MBA(FT)- III
Management
34
Financial Risk and Derivatives
MBA(FT)- III
Finance
35
Financial Market
MBA(FT)- III
Finance
36
Object Oriented Programming using MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
C++
37
Computer Networks
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
38
RDBMS using ORACLE
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
39
Software Engineering
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
40
Data Structures
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
41
Internet and its Applications
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
42
Enterprise Resource Planning
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
43
Artificial Intelligence
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
44
Database Systems
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
45
Software Design and Development
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
46
Logistics
Supply
Chain MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
47
Total Quality Management
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
48
Work Study and Productivity
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
49
Technology Management
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
50
World Class Manufacturing
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
51
Total Productivity Management
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
52
Service Operations Management
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
53
Advanced Operation Research – I
MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
and
Management
408
54
Management
of
Quality
in MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
of MBA(FT)- III
Systems and Q. T.
Operations
55
Selection
and
Management
Technology
56
Business Laws
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
57
Strategic Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
58
Decision Making Skills
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
59
Product Management and Strategies
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
60
Strategic Brand Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
61
Principles of Public Relation
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
62
Corporate Communications
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
63
Internet Marketing
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
64
Marketing Strategies
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
65
Industrial Marketing
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
66
International Marketing
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
67
Global Marketing
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
68
Product and Brand Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Marketing
69
Financial Services
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
70
International Finance
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
71
Corporate Financial Strategies and MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
Decision
72
General
Insurance
and
Risk MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
Management
73
Financial Modeling Using Excel
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
74
Entrepreneurship
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
75
Rural Banking and Microfinance
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
76
Foreign Exchange Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
77
Financial Product and Services
MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
78
International
and MBA(FT)-IV
Finance
Finance
Management
79
UNIX Operating System Strategic MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
Information Management
80
Internet Programming using JAVA
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
81
Visual Programming using Visual MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
Basic
82
Data Warehousing and Data Mining
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
83
Software Project Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
409
84
Decision Support System
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
85
Mobile Communications
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
86
Visual Basic
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
87
Advance IT Tools
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
88
Production Planning and Control
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
89
Transportation Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
90
Business Process Reengineering
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
91
Strategic Operations Management
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
92
Advanced Manufacturing Strategies
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
93
Industrial Psychology
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
94
Business Modeling and Simulation
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
95
Advanced Operation Research – II
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
96
Transformation of Operations
MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
97
Resource
Infrastructure MBA(FT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
and
Management
98
Fundamentals of Management
MBA(PT)-I
Marketing
99
Business Mathematics and Statistics
MBA(PT)-I
Systems and Q. T.
100
Accounting For Manager
MBA(PT)-I
Finance
101
Information
Technology
for MBA(PT)-I
Systems and Q. T.
Managers
102
Managerial Economics
MBA(PT)-II
Economics
103
Business Communication
MBA(PT)-II
Marketing
104
Operations Management
MBA(PT)-II
Systems and Q. T.
105
Business and Economic Environment MBA(PT)-II
Economics
106
Financial Management
MBA(PT)-II
Finance
107
E-Business Fundamentals
MBA(PT)-III
Systems and Q. T.
108
Marketing Management
MBA(PT)-III
Marketing
109
Development and Management of MBA(PT)-III
Systems and Q. T.
Information Systems
110
Operations Research
MBA(PT)-III
111
Business Ethics and Management by MBA(PT)-III
Systems and Q. T.
Marketing
Indian Values
112
Project Management
MBA(PT)-III
Finance
113
Business Research Methods
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
114
Consumer Behavior
MBA(PT)-IV
Marketing
115
Sales And Distribution Management
MBA(PT)-IV
Marketing
116
Advertising and Sales Promotion
MBA(PT)-IV V
Marketing
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117
Direct And Event Marketing
MBA(PT)-IV
Marketing
118
Rural Marketing
MBA(PT)-IV
Marketing
119
Retail Management
MBA(PT)-IV
Marketing
120
Marketing of Services
MBA(PT)-IV
Marketing
121
Security
Analysis
and
Portfolio MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
Management
122
Financial Derivatives
MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
123
Income Tax
MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
124
Banking Services and Management
MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
125
Mergers Acquisition and Corporate MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
Restructuring
126
Economic Indicators and Global MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
Capital Markets
127
Financial Risk and Derivatives
MBA(PT)-IV
128
Object Oriented Programming using MBA(PT)-IV
Finance
Systems and Q. T.
C++
129
Computer Networks
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
130
RDBMS using ORACLE
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
131
Software Engineering
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
132
Data Structures
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
133
Internet and its Applications
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
134
Database Systems
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
135
Logistics
Supply
Chain MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
136
Total Quality Management
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
137
Work Study and Productivity
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
138
Technology Management
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
139
World Class Manufacturing
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
140
Total Productivity Management
MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
141
Management
in MBA(PT)-IV
Systems and Q. T.
and
Management
of
Quality
Operations
142
Business Laws
MBA(PT)-V
Finance
142
Customer Relationship Management
MBA(PT)-V
Marketing
143
Services Marketing
MBA(PT)-V
Marketing
144
Product Management And Strategies
MBA(PT)-V
Marketing
145
Strategic Brand Management
MBA(PT)-V
Marketing
146
Consumer
Sales MBA(PT)-V
Marketing
Behaviour
and
411
Management
147
Global Marketing
MBA(PT)-V
Marketing
148
Life Insurance and Risk Management
MBA(PT)-V
Finance
149
Financial
Resource MBA(PT)-V
Finance
Market
and
Management
149
Financial Services
MBA(PT)-V
Finance
150
International Finance
MBA(PT)-V
Finance
151
Financial Market
MBA(PT)-V
Finance
152
Financial Product and Services
MBA(PT)-V
Finance
153
Enterprise Resource Planning
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.v
154
Artificial Intelligence
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
155
UNIX Operating System
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
156
Strategic Information Management
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
157
Software Design and Development
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
158
Visual Basic
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
159
Service Operations Management
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
160
Advanced Operation Research – I
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
161
Production Planning and Control
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
162
Transportation Management
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
163
Selection
of MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
and
Management
Technology
164
Transformation of Operations
MBA(PT)-V
Systems and Q. T.
165
Strategic Management
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
166
Decision Making Skills
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
167
Principles of Public Relation
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
168
Corporate Communications
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
169
Internet Marketing
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
170
Marketing Strategies
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
171
Industrial Marketing
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
172
International Marketing
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
173
Product and Brand Management
MBA(PT)-VI
Marketing
174
Corporate Financial Strategies and MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
Decision
175
General
Insurance
and
Risk MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
Management
176
Financial Modeling Using Excel
MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
177
Entrepreneurship
MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
412
178
Rural Banking and Microfinance
MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
179
Foreign Exchange Management
MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
180
International Financial Management
MBA(PT)-VI
Finance
181
Internet Programming using JAVA
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
182
Visual Programming using Visual MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
Basic
183
Data Warehousing and Data Mining
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
184
Software Project Management
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
185
Décision Support System
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
185
Mobile Communications
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
186
Advance IT Tools
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
187
Business Process Reengineering
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
188
Strategic Operations Management
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
189
Advanced Manufacturing Strategies
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
190
Industrial Psychology
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
191
Business Modeling and Simulation
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
192
Advanced Operation Research – II
MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
193
Resource
Infrastructure MBA(PT)-VI
Systems and Q. T.
and
Management
194
Principles
and
Practices
of MBA(PA)-I
Marketing
Management
195
Business Statistics
MBA(PA)-I
Systems and Q. T.
196
Accounting for HR Managers
MBA(PA)-I
Finance
197
Business Communication
MBA(PA)-I
Marketing
198
I.T. for HR Managers
MBA(PA)-I
Systems and Q. T.
199
Marketing Management
MBA(PA)-I
Marketing
200
Business Ethics and Management by MBA(PA)-I
Indian Values
Marketing
201
Business Research Methods
MBA(PA)-II
Systems and Q. T.
202
E-Business Fundamentals
MBA(PA)-II
Systems and Q. T.
203
Financial
Management for HR MBA(PA)-II
Finance
Managers
204
Labour Economics
205
Foundations
MBA(PA)III
of
Business BBA-I
Financial Accounting
BBA-I
Economics
Marketing
Management
206
Finance
413
207
Information
Technology BBA-I
Systems and Q. T.
Fundamentals
208
Fluency in Global English
BBA-I
Marketing
209
Business Economics
BBA-I
Economics
210
English in Business and Life
BBA-II
Marketing
211
Business Finance
BBA-II
Finance
212
Computer Application in Business
BBA-II
Systems and Q. T.
213
Marketing Management – I
BBA-II
Marketing
214
Business Environment
BBA-II
Economics
215
Marketing Management – II
BBA-III
Marketing
216
Production
Management
217
Business Statistics
218
Management
(MIS)
219
Business Laws
BBA-III
Finance
220
Effective Communication Skills
BBA-III
Marketing
221
Business Costing
BBA-IV
Finance
222
Marketing
223
Business Management by Indian BBA-IV
Ethos and Values
BBA-IV
Quantitative Techniques
224
Marketing Research
BBA-IV
Marketing
225
Entrepreneurship
BBA-IV
Finance
226
Personality Development
BBA-IV
Marketing
227
Income Tax – I
BBA-V
Finance
228
Project Management
BBA-V
Finance
229
Operations Research
BBA-V
Systems and Q. T.
230
Elective – I
BBA-V
Mkt./Fin./Sys./Bank
&
Operations BBA-III
Systems and Q. T.
BBA-III
Systems and Q. T.
System BBA-III
Systems and Q. T.
Information
Systems and Q. T.
and Ins./Tourism
231
Elective – II
BBA-V
Mkt./Fin./Sys./Bank
and Ins./Tourism
232
Income Tax – II
BBA-VI
Finance
233
International Business
BBA-VI
Economics
234
Management Strategies
BBA-VI
Marketing
235
Elective – III
BBA-VI
Mkt./Fin./Sys./Bank
and Ins./Tourism
234
Elective – IV
BBA-VI
Mkt./Fin./Sys./Bank
and Ins./Tourism
414
36. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system:
MBA(FT),MBA(PT)
Students
have
a
choice
to
take
major
and
minor
415rganized415ty415415415 in third,fourth semester respectively.Students opting major
415rganized415ty415415 can choose four subjects out of eight subjects in their area of
415 rganized 415 ty 415 415 . In the final semester of MBA(FT),MBA(PT),MBA(PA),
student can opt either Major Research Project or Decision Making Skills/Personnel
Decisions.
In
BBA
program,
student
can
opt
Marketing/Finance/HR/System
415rganized415ty415415 in fifth semester.
37. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
S.No. Name of the subject
Course
Semester Department
1
HRM and Organizational Behaviour MBA(FA)
2
Organisational Behaviour
MBA(MM) First
Marketing
3
Human Resource Management
MBA(MM) Second
Marketing
4
Organisational Behaviour
MBA(IB)
First
Economics
5
Human Resource Management
MBA(IB)
Second
Economics
6
Human Resource Management
BFT
Third
Economics
38. Number
of
teaching
posts
sanctioned
Second
and
filled
Finance
(Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)
Post
Sanctioned
Filled
Professor
Associate Professors
Nil
02
Nil
02
Asst. Professors
09
09
415
39. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, 416 rganized 416 ty 416 416
(D.Sc./D.Litt./ Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
Experience
(in yrs.)
Dr. Anukool M. Hyde
Ph.D.,M.PA.& L.W.
Associate
HR
18
No. of
Ph.D.
students
guided in
the last 4
years
--
HR
18
--
HR
11
--
HR
11
--
HR
27
--
HR
2.6
--
HR
3
--
HR
4
--
HR
3
--
HR
8
--
HR
17
--
Professor
Dr. Rajesh Jangalwa
Ph.D.,M.P.A.& L.W.
Associate
Professor
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Ph.D.,M.A. (Psychology)
Assistant
Professor
(Senior Grade)
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal
Ph.D.,M.B.A.,M.F.T.
M.A.(English)
Mr. Vinod K. Mishra
Ph.D.(Pursuing),M.B.A.,
M.Com.,M.T.A.,
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
M.A.(Eco.,Hindi,English)
Ms. Shraddha
Ph.D. (Pursuing),M.B.A.
M.Tiwari
Ms. Vibha Sahu
Assistant
Professor
Ph.D.(Pursuing),M.M.S.
Assistant
Professor
Ms. Farhat Ali Syed
Ph.D. (Pursuing),
M.B.A.,M.A.(English)
Mr. Deepesh Mamtani
M.B.A.,B.E.(C.S.)
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Mr. Arun Saxena
M.B.A..LL.B.
Assistant
Professor
Ms. Nivedita Waghle
M.B.A.
Assistant
Professor
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information:
416
S.N. Course
Percentage of visiting faculty
1
MBA(FT)
28.66%
2
MBA(PT)
96.13%
3
MBA(PA) 31.25%
4
BBA
55.23%
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:
MBA(FT,PT,PA)-.15:1, BBA- 30:1
10.Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned and
filled
Sanctioned
Administrative
Technical Staff
45
7
Filled
45
7
11.Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants
received project-wise.
S.N.
1
2
Project Title
Faculty
Cost
Organizational Excellence through Vibrant HR
Practices
Emotional Intelligence Amongst Management
Students
Dr. Anukool
Hyde
Dr. Manisha
Singhai
Rs.
26000
Rs.
29000/-
417
12.Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received
Applied Major Research Project to ICSSR
S.N
1
Project Title
Study on Effect Of Emotional
Intelligence On Academic Stress And
Mental Health With Reference To
Students Of Professional Institute In
M.P.
Faculty
Dr. Manisha Singhai &Dr. Anukool
M. Hyde
Cost
3 Lakhs
13.Research facility / centre with National and State recognition:
The research centre is recognized with Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the University is
recognized with UGC.
14.Publications:

No. of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international) : 71

Monographs
: 05

Chapter(s) in Books
: 53

Editing Books
: 02

Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers
: 02

No. listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database – International
SocialSciencesDirectory,EBSCOhost,etc.)
: 21
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Citation Index – range / average

SNIP

SJR

Impact factor – range / average

h-index
418
Faculty
No.
of
Pap
ers
in
jou
rna
ls
Mon
ogra
phs/
Stat
us
pape
r
Chap
ters
in
book
s
Edit
ing
Boo
ks
Dr.
Anukool
M. Hyde
27
02
04
--
Dr.
R. -Jangalwa
--
10
01
Dr. M. 06
Singhai
03
11
Dr.
K. 34
Agrawal
--
03
Mr.
01
Vinod K.
Mishra
-
09
Ms.
-Shraddha
M.
Tiwari
--
04
Ms.
Vibha
Sahu
--
--
--
Ms.
Farhat
Ali Syed
1
0
7
0
Mr.
Deepesh
Mamtani
--
--
-
--
Mr. Arun 02
Saxena
-
05
Ms. N. -Waghle
--
--
Boo
ks
Wit
h
ISB
N
no.
No.
Citati S SJ
listed
on
N R
in Int. Index I
databas
P
e
Impact
Factor
Range/
avg.
h-index
--
20
-
-
1.527
2
01
-
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-
--
01
01
-
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-
--
--
--
-
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0.4- 4.8
-
-
-
-
-
-
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-
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0
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--
-
-
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-
--
--
--
-
-
-
-
21
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-
Dr. Anukool M. Hyde
Papers in Journals
 Organizational Commitment in Nationalized Banks, Inderpreet Gandhi,Anukool
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Manish Hyde (2013), Pacific Business Review International Journal (ISSN 0974
438X) , Vol. 6, Issue 5,Nov.,pp. 58-68.
Demographical study on QWL in Nationalised Banks”Barkha Gupta, Anukool
Manish Hyde (2013), Vision-Journal of MDI (ISSN 0972-2629),Gurgaon, Vol.
17,No. 3, September,pp. 223-232.
Believability of Television Advertisement,Amrita Thakre, Anukool Manish
Hyde,Gourav Singh Rathod (2013),Vikas Vani Journal (ISBN 0974-8083),Jabalpur
(MP),Vol. VII , Issue 1 ,Jan.-Mar., pp. 79-88.
A study of OCTAPACE culture and job satisfaction of employees in health sector,
Anukool Manish Hyde,Deepak Yadav (2013), Pratibimba (ISSN 0972-5466)-The
Journal of IMIS,Bhubaneswar,Vol. 13, Issue 1, January-June,pp. 65-72.
A Study of Emotional Intelligence and Learned Optimism in Academicians of
Government Professional and Government Traditional Courses, Anukool Manish
Hyde,Vishal Khasgiwala (2013),MERI Journal of Education (ISSN: 0974-2093,listed
in reputed Cabells directory,USA), Vol. VIII, No. 2,pp. 95-107.
Tourism and Climate, Amrita Thakre,Anukool Manish Hyde (2012),Vikas Vani
Journal,A XIDCOM publication, Jabalpur (M.P.).
A study of Quality of Work Life in banks, Barkha Gupta,Anukool Manish Hyde
(2012),Pacific Business Review International- An International Qly. Refereed
Journal,Vol. 5,Issue 4,pp. 82-88.
A Study of Organizational Commitment in Private Banks, Inderpreet Gandhi,
Anukool Manish Hyde (2012),Global Journal of Finance and Management(ISSN NO.
: 0975-6477),Vol. 4,No. 3,pp.62-67.
A Study of Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction among the employees
of Public and Private Sectors, Anukool Manish Hyde, Harshita Kapoor, Palak Parwal
(2012),PACE- A Journal of PIMD,Vol. 2, No. 1,pp. 19-25.
A Study of Quality of Work Life and Organizational Commitment amongst
Academicians,Dr. Anukool M. Hyde, Dr. Mandeep Gill,Dr. Kalpana Agrawal,Barkha
Gupta,Monika Sethi (2012),Pacific Business Review International- An International
Qly. Refereed Journal, Vol. 4,No. 4,Apr.-June,pp. 131-144.
 A Study of Customer Preferences in the Home Loans Market, S. Arora,
H.B.Singh,Anukool Manish Hyde (2012), NDIM Journal – Review of Professional
Management, ( ISSN- 0972-8686.),Vol.10, Issue 1, January –June,pp. 33-39.
 Analyzing Dimensions of Service Quality of Government Banks in Indore Region,
Upendra Singh Panwar,S.M.Anas Iqbal, Anukool Manish Hyde (2012),TaqnikiManagement Research Journal of LNCT,Indore (MP) (ISSN No. 0974-8563)
,Vol.6,Aug. 2012,pp. 367-371.
 A Study of Emotional Intelligence and Learned Optimism in Academicians of
Government Professional and Government Traditional Courses ,Vishal Khasgiwala,
Anukool Manish Hyde (2012),MERI Journal of Education ,New Delhi (ISSN: 09742093) Listed in reputed Cabells directory ,USA (accepted).
 A study of Emotional Intelligence and Learned Optimism in private colleges running
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traditional courses and Professional courses, Vishal Khasgiwala, Anukool Manish
Hyde (2011), OORJA- A Journal of International Institute of Management (ISSN
No. 0974-7869),Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 53-61.
Performance Management in Retail Sector-An empirical Study, Heena Jain, K.
Agrawal, Anukool M. Hyde (2011), Pratibimba, Vol. 11,Issue 1,Jan-June,pp. 40-58.
A Study of Teachers’ attitude towards their profession, Anuja Sharma, Anukool
Manish Hyde, Kalpana Agrawal (2010), PACE- A journal of research of Prestige
Institute of Management (ISSN No. : 0976-0938), Dewas, Vol. 1, No. 1,pp. 7-17.
A Study of Learned Optimism and Managerial Effectiveness in Sales personnel,
Shilpi Sshrivastav, Anukool Manish Hyde (2010), Gyan –Management (An
International Refereed Journal), Vol. 4, Issue 2, Jul-Dec, pp. 29-36.
Study of OCTAPACE Culture in Service and Manufacturing Sector, Kamran Sultan,
Babita Agarwal, Anukool M. Hyde (2009),” Rai Management Journal, Delhi, Vol.
VI, Issue III, pp. 26-33.
A Study of employees rights and commitment level in public and private banks, S.
Arora, Anukool M. Hyde, Radhika S. (2009), KBSCMR- Journal of Management
Research (ISSN 0975-1513), Vol. 1, No. 1, Apr. 09.
A study of LO and ME in telecom sector and academicians, Anukool M. Hyde, S.
Mane (2009), Gitam Journal,Vol. 8,No. 1,pp. 129-140.
Magnet International Ltd.: Mansion Built on Sand, Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research, Indore (ISSN 09746080), Vol. 1 & 2, No. 1 & 2, July08Jan. 09.
Anukool Manish Hyde,S. Arora, S.Prasad (2014),Farewell vs Welfare,Europian Case
Clearing House, Reference no. 414-037-8.
Anukool Manish Hyde,Ait Upadhyaya,Pragya Keshari, Ranjana Patel ,Does money
really matter?, Europian Case Clearing House, Reference no. 414-040-1.
Industrial Relations and Labour Laws by P.C. Tripathi, C.B.Gupta,N.D. Kapoor,
Prestige International
Journal of Management and Research, Indore (ISSN
09746080), Vol. 3 &4, No. 1 & 2, July 10- Jan. 11,89-91.
Industrial Relations by Arun Monappa, IJTD- A journal of Indian Society for
training and development (ISSN No. 0971-5592), Vol. XXXX, No. 4, Oct.-Dec.
2010, pp. 89-90.
 Human Resource Management: Principles and Practice by P.G. Aquinas, Prestige
International Journal of Management and Research, Indore (ISSN 09746080), Vol. 1
& 2, No. 1 & 2, July08- Jan. 09.
 Human Resource Development: A Researcher’s Perspective by R. Krishnaveni,
Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, Indore,Vol. 2 & 3, No. 1
& 2,2010,101-102.
Monograph/Status paper
 Effective Talent Management for Organisational Success in a Global Environment,
421
Manisha Singhai,Anukool Manish Hyde,Status Paper Number PIMR/2014/04.Indore:
PIMR.
 Organizational Excellence through Vibrant HR Practices, Anukool Manish
Hyde,Manisha Singhai,Status Paper Number PIMR/2013/01. Indore: PIMR.
Chapters in the book
 “Women Entrepreneurship in India”,Barkha Gupta, Anukool Manish Hyde,National
Conf. on Driver for Economic Growth” of PIMR,Indore (MP),” Excel Book (ISBN
978-93-5062-332-9),pp.239-248.
 Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship: Upendra Singh Panwar, Anukool Manish
Hyde, Measuring Service Quality in Government Banks with special reference to
Indore District, Excel books, 2012, pp. 293-299.
 Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation emerging trends in HRM and
Marketing: Dushyant Sharma, Anukool Manish Hyde, Emotional Intelligence among
students: An Empirical Study, Excel books (ISBN 978-81- 7446-928-1),2011,pp. 4045.
 Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices: Ms. Lata Malviya, Alok
Bansal, Anukool M. Hyde ,Job Satisfaction in Private B-Schools: A Perceptual Study
of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff , Excel Books (ISBN 978- 81-7446-708-9)
,2009,pp. 222-231.
Dr. Rajesh Jangalwa
Editing Books
 ‘Managing People, Processes and Environment For Global Prosperity’
conference of Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore. 30-31 Jan
2014.
Chapters in the book
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra, Manisha Singhai and Nisha Bano Siddiqi (2013).
The Impact of Positive Affectivity on Dominant Learning Style of the B-School
Students presented In PIMR Seventh International Conference on Mapping Business
through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices Organised by Prestige Institute of
Management and Research, Indore on January 30-31, 2013.
 Rajesh Jangalwa and Shikha Sabarwal (2013). A Longitudinal Study of Percolation of
I.T. in Organisational and HRM process by Rajesh Jangalwa, Shikha Sabarwal in Ajit
Upadhyaya,Yogeshwari Phatak,R.K. Sharma (eds.),I.T. enabled marketing practices
for Global business 422rganized422ty422,Excel Books,New Delhi,2012.
 Published and Presented Rajesh Jangalwa and Vinod Mishra (2012). Innovative
Strategies for Entrepreneurship Organisations in India, in First International
422
Conference on ‘Dynamics of Innovative Practices In Management,’ Organised by
Maharaja Ranjit Singh College of Professional Sciences, Indore December 22-24,
2012. ISBN: 978-93-5062-183-7.
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra, Shraddha Mishra and Arpana Pancholi (2012). A
Study of Interpersonal Behavioural Orientation of B-School Students by in Ranjana
Patel, Nitin Tanted, Yogeshwari Phatak and R.K. Sharma (eds.), Business Innovations
and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World Economy., Excel Books, New Delhi,
2012.
 Rajesh Jangalwa and Vinod Mishra (2011). Executives’ Decision Making Style and
Creativity as Correlates, in PIMR Third International Conference. In an edited book
“Managing in the New World Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business
Development” edited by Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit Upadyaya and Deepak Jarolia New
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Delhi: Excel Books, 2011.
Cell-Phone Buying Behaviour of Management Students: An Empirical Study by
Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra and Arun Kumbhakar (2010) in Kapil Arora,
Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna Sharma and Deepak Jaroliya (eds.), Information and
Communication Technologies Enhancing Business Competencies through Innovative
Practices, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi 2010.
Arun B. K. and Rajesh Jangalwa (2010). Effects of Levels of Awareness and Social
Empathy on Strategic Performance of a Firm: An Empirical Study as Correlates in
PIMR Third International Conference in a edited book “Managing in the New World
Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business Development” edited by Yogeshwari
Phatak, Ajit Upadyaya and Deepak Jarolia New Delhi: Excel Books 2010.
Jangalwa, Rajesh and Upinder Dhar (2009). Learned Optimism and Job Satisfaction
as Correlates, in Dhar, Santosh; Upinder Dhar; Rajesh K Jain and Sapana Parashar
(Eds.). Value Based Management for Organisational Excellence. Indian Society for
Training and Development. New Delhi: Excel Books 2009.
Rajesh Jangalwa (2009). The Impact of Economic Wellbeing and Executives
Seniority on Learned Optimism, in PIMR International Conference in a Edited Book
by Bansal, Alok et al, Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices.
New Delhi: Excel Books 2009.
 Arun B.K., Rajesh Jangalwa and, Kumar Kunal Kamal (2009). Impact of Cultural
Differences on Organisational Values’ in a Globalized Context in PIMR International
Conference in a Edited Book by Bansal, Alok et al, Transcending Horizons through
Innovative Global Practices. New Delhi: Excel Books 2009.
Dr. Manisha Singhai
Papers in Journals
 Manisha Singhai (2013). A Study of Relationship of Type A/B Behaviour Pattern
with Role Stress and Coping Strategies. Vishwakarma Business Review, 3 (2), 39-45.
 S. Arora, Manisha Singhai and Ranjana Patel (2011). Gender and Educational Level
as Determinants of Individualism-Collectivism: A Study of Future Managers. Indian
423
Journal of Industrial Relations, 47 (2).
 Manisha Singhai and Prashant Mishra (2010). Type A/B Behavior Pattern and
Occupation as a Predictor of Coping Strategies: An Empirical Investigation. PACE,
A Journal of Research of Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas, 1 (1), 77-87.
 Swaranjeet Arora, Manisha Singhai, Arunika Johari and Barkha Gupta (2013),
Hospitality Unlimited: A Case Study of Gravity Hotel. Pacific Business Review
International, 6 (2), 78-80.
 Ira Bafna, Manisha Singhai, Ranjana Patel and Shweta Pingle (2008). A Journey of
Aman Palace, developed in Twentieth Case Writing Workshop, held at
Prestige
Institute of Management and Research, Indore on May 28-31, 2008( Also Published
in Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, 3&4 (1&2), 2011,
PIMR Monograph Series 23/2010.
 Manisha Singhai (2013). Business Communication: Concepts, Cases and Applications
(Author: P.D. Chaturvedi and Mukesh Chaturvedi, New Delhi: Dorling Kindersley
(India) Pvt. Ltd.). Pratibimba, 13 (2), 75-76.
Status Paper
 Manisha Singhai and Anukool M. Hyde (2014). Effective Talent Management for
Organisational Success in a Global Environment. S. P. No. PIMR/2014/04, Indore:
PIMR.
 Anukool Manish Hyde and Manisha Singhai (2013). Organizational Excellence
through Vibrant HR Practices. Status Paper Number PIMR/2013/01. Indore: PIMR.
Editing Books
 Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth” conference of Prestige Institute
of Management and Research, Indore in association with NEN on September 13-14,
2013
Chapters in the book
 Manisha Singhai and Swaranjeet Arora (2014). Role Stress amongst Academicians:
A Comparative Study, In Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global
Prosperity, Vipin Chaudhary, Yogeshwari Phatak, R.K. Sharma and Rajesh Jangalwa
(eds.), ISBN: 978-93-5062-359-6.
 Manisha Singhai and Swaranjeet Arora (2013). Risk in Banking Organisations- A Conceptual
Study (2013). In Innovation Business Practices for Creating Value in the Global Era, Sumer
Singh, Anant Gwal and Jitendra Kumar Sharma (eds.), ISBN: 978-81-928537-0-5.
 Manisha Singhai and Swaranjeet Arora (2013). Personality Predisposition and
Experienced Stress: Type A/B Behavior Pattern, In Innovation Business Practices for
Creating Value in the Global Era, Sumer Singh, Anant Gwal and Jitendra Kumar
Sharma (eds.), ISBN: 978-81-928537-0-5.
 Manisha Singhai, Swaranjeet Arora, Saroj Prasad and Gayatri Gupta (2013). Gender
Differences and Job Satisfaction: An Empirical Study of Academicians. In
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Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth, Bhavna Sharma, Manisha Singhai,
Yogeshwari Phatak and RK Sharma (eds.), New Delhi: Excel Books, ISBN: 978-935062-332-9.
 Manisha Singhai and Swaranjeet Arora (2013). Role Stress: An Introduction, In
Emerging Trends in Information Technology & Management (NET-ITM-II), Y.S.
Chouhan, Kiran V. Panchal and Ajay Varma (Eds.), New Delhi: Excellent Publishing
House. 289-293. ISBN: 978-93-81583-83-8.
 Manisha Singhai and Swaranjeet Arora (2013). Coping with Role Stress, In Emerging
Trends in Information Technology & Management (NET-ITM-II), Y.S. Chouhan,
Kiran V. Panchal and Ajay Varma (Eds.), New Delhi: Excellent Publishing House.
294-297. ISBN: 978-93-81583-83-8.
 Swaranjeet Arora and Manisha Singhai (2013). Indian Banking: Emerging Scenario,
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Chouhan, Kiran V. Panchal and Ajay Varma (Eds.), New Delhi: Excellent Publishing
House. 298-301. ISBN: 978-93-81583-83-8.
Swaranjeet Arora and Manisha Singhai (2013). Risk Management System in Indian
Banks: A Regulatory Framework, In Emerging Trends in Information Technology &
Management (NET-ITM-II), Y.S. Chouhan, Kiran V. Panchal and Ajay Varma
(Eds.), New Delhi: Excellent Publishing House. 302-306. ISBN: 978-93-81583-83-8.
Manisha Singhai and Rashmi Thakur (2013.) Effect of Role Stress on Job
Satisfaction: A Comparative Study of Bank Employees presented in PIMR Seventh
International Conference on Mapping Business through Vision, Values and Vibrant
Practices Organised by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore on
January 30-31, 2013.
Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra, Manisha Singhai and Nisha Bano Siddiqi (2013).
The Impact of Positive Affectivity on Dominant Learning Style of the B-School
Students presented In PIMR Seventh International Conference on Mapping Business
through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices Organised by Prestige Institute of
Management and Research, Indore on January 30-31, 2013.
Manisha Singhai and Swarnjeet Arora (2012). Gender as a Predictor of Personality:
A Study of Future Managers In Ranjana Patel, Nitin Tanted, Yogeshwari Phatak and
Raj Kishore Sharma (Eds.), Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship:
Transforming World Economy, 279-292, New Delhi: Excel Books. ISBN: 978-935062-004-5.
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal
Papers in Journals
 Kalpana Agrawal (2013).“A study on Trend Analysis of Import of Gold by India” in
Research Journal of Economics and Business Management, International Journal of
Singapore,July,Vol.2,No.8.,ISSN 2251-1555.
 Kalpana Agrawal(2013) “ITC’s e-Choupal Taking E-business to Farmers.”in
Research Journal of Social Science and Management, International Journal of
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Kalpana Agrawal (2013).“A Reflection of Indian Women Entrepreneurs.” In
IJBMR(Impact factor 4.8) Oct., Vol.3-4,ISSN-2249-8036.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013).“Emotional Intelligence and Organizational Politics: An
Overview in IJBMR (Impact factor 4.8) Aug, Vol.3-3,ISSN-2249-8036.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013). Parupriya Singh Gaharwar “A study on Trend of Export of
Natural Stones from India to Various countries.”in IJOART,Vol.2,Issue 7.ISSN-22787763.
Kalpana Agrawal,Noopur Sondhiya (2013). “Effect of Emotional Intelligence on
Customer retention amongst Bank Employees.”in IJBMR(Impact factor 4.8) June ,
Vol.3-2,ISSN-2249-8036.
Kalpana Agrawal,Huzefa Jaliwala (2013). “Effect of Social Media on E-Purchase
amongst Youth.” In IJBMR(Impact factor 4.8) June , Vol.3-2,ISSN-2249-8036.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013). “WTO: Trade and Environment-The two Notions.”in
Research Journal of Economics and Business Management, International Journal of
Singapore,June,Vol.2,No.8.,ISSN 2251-1555.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013). “Microfinance: Emergence and Growth.” In Research
Journal of Social Science and Management, International Journal of Singapore,June,
Vol.3, No.2., ISSN 2251-1571.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013). “Female HR Professionals” in Power People and Training
& Development, Vol.6,Issue-1,ISSN 2277-2189.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013). “Neuromarketing: An overview” in in TIJ’s Research
Journal of Commerce& Behavioural,Science – RJCBS, International Journal of
Singapore, May,Vol.2,No.7,ISSN 2251-1547.
Kalpana Agrawal (2013). “Talent Management:An Overview” in Power People and
Training & Development, Vol.6,Issue-1,ISSN 2277-2189.
Kalpana Agrawal, Ritesh Sharma,Rinita Verma (2012). “A Study on Export of Wheat
and Documents Required” in TIJ’s Research Journal of Commerce & Behavioural
Science – RJCBS, International Journal of Singapore, Vol.2,No.1,ISSN 2251-1547.
Roopali Jain, Dr. Kalpana Agrawal(2012). “A study of Green Computing awareness
among Bank employees.”in Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and
Humanities, ISSN:2249-7315(ONLINE),2250-1665(PRINT)
Kalpana Agrawal (2012). “HRM-Emerging Driver of Global Talent” in Power
People and Training & Development, Vol.5,Issue- 4,No.10.,ISSN 2277-2189.
Kalpana Agrawal, Rohit Raghuwanshi, Harshit Baranwal (2012). “A study to analyze
the Health of Export of Electronic Hardware and Software from India.” In RJSITM,
International Journal of Singapore,Vol.1,No.10.,ISSN 2251-1563.
Kalpana Agrawal, Mustafa Saifee, Piyush Soni (2012).“ Export Potential of Organic
Chemicals from India to China and Taiwan with special reference to Phenol and
Antibiotics.” In RJSITM, International Journal of Singapore,Vol.1,No.10.,ISSN 22511563.
Kalpana Agrawal, Sandeep Gupta, Sharon Gill (2012). “A study on Export Potential
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of Cotton from India” to in RJCBS, International Journal of Singapore,
Vol.1,No.10.,ISSN 2251-1547.
 Dr. Kalpana Agrawal (2012).“Emotional Intelligence-Key to Managerial and
Organizational effectiveness in Present Era of Competition.”in Research Journal of
Social Science and Management, International Journal of Singapore,Vol.2,No.3.,ISSN
2251-1571.
 Dr. Kalpana Agrawal, Harshit Baranwal, Ishita Tandon(2012). “A Study on export
potential of various Spices from India” in Research Journal of Commerce and
Behavioural Science, International Journal of Singapore, Vol.1,No.9.,ISSN 22511563.
 Dr. Kalpana Agrawal, Monu Yadav, Mayurika Rathi, Kunal Sawlani (2012). “An
Analysis of Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism Industry of India.” In Research
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Vol.1,No.9.,ISSN 2251-1555.
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal, Harshit Baranwal, “ Environmental Sustainability of
Ecotourism.” In Research Journal of Economics and Business Studies, International
Journal of Singapore, Vol.1,No.9.,ISSN 2251-1555.
Dr. Anukool M. Hyde,Mandeep Gill, Kalpana Agrawal, (2012). “A study of Quality
of Worklife and Organizational Commitment amongst Academicians.” In Pacific
Business Review International,Vol.4,Issue 4,ISSN 0974-438X.
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal (2011). “A study of Performance Management in Retail
Sector.” In Drishtikon ,Symbiosis Centre for Management and HRD,Vol 2, No.2
Kalpana Agrawal, Heena Jain, Dr. Anukool M. Hyde,(2011). “Performance
Management in Retail Sector-An Empirical Study”
in Pratibimb Journal
Vol.11,No.1.
Anuja Sharma,Anukool Hyde,Kalpana Agrawal(2010). “A Study of
Teachers’Attitude towards their Profession.” In PACE Journal of Prestige Institute of
Management, Dewas,ISSN No.0976-0938., Vol. 1 No.1
Kalpana Agrawal(2010) “Corporate Governance:An Overview” by GDBA in
collaboration with University of Maryland,USA AND MTMI,USA, Review of
Business and Technology Research.
Kalpana Agrawal,Dr.I.C.Gupta (2010) “Harmonizing Relationship at work through
Emotional Intelligence” Jan-March 2010, ISTD Vol. 40, No.1
Kalpana Agrawal, Dr.I. C. Gupta,Dr.P.K.Gupta (2010). “The Role of HR in
Knowledge Management” by IMS,Indore in collaboration with University of
Maryland,USA AND MTMI,USA, Review of Business and Technology
Research,Vol.2,No.1,ISSN 1941-9414.
Kalpana Agrawal (2009). “Temping:The fastest growing HR trend in India-An
Overview” July-Sept 2009, ISTD Vol. 39, No.3(This paper has got the best published
research paper from ISTD(A renowned national refreed journal).
Jore S.,Chowdhary R,,Agrawal K(2014). “Effect BPO:An Attrition Concern,got
published at ECCH Case reference No. 414-030-1
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 Shubhangi Jore,Amrita Thakre,Rishu Roy,Kalpana Agrawal(2010). “ SCM Issues at
Apex” in PIMR Monograph series 23/2010.
 Dr. R.K.Jain, Dr.I.C.Gupta,Satish G.Chetty,Amrita Thakre,Kalpana Agrawal “Elite
Club” in PIMR Monograph series 23/2010.
 Dr.Vipin Chowdhary, Amrita Thakre,Kalpana Agrawal,Richa Tiwari“Astute:Value
Beyond Time” in PIMR Monograph series 23/2010.
Chapters in Book
 Kalpana Agrawal(2013). “Social Media: A marketing Tool”, Resonance of
Research,JBC Press,New Delhi,ISBN-978-93-83917-13-6.
 Kalpana Agrawal(2011) “ Effect of Emotional Intelligence on Organizational Politics
in Young and Adult Professional faculty members”(with econometric tool) in Excel
Books,ISBN No.93-80697-45-7,by Nirma University,Institute of Management,
Ahemdabad.
 Kalpana Agrawal (2010).“HR Portal:An emerging Trend”,in book titled as
“Managing Corporate Responsibility and Risk for Synergising Business Practices to
achieve Organizational Excellence”,Excel Books,ISBN No.978-81-7446-819-2,by
Prestige Institute of Management, Dewas.
 Kalpana Agrawal, Dr.I.C.Gupta, Pooja Tiwari(2009) “Globalization and KPO:An
overview” in book titled as Transcending Horizons through Innovative global
practices , Excel Books ,PIMR,Indore.
Mr. Vinod Kumar Mishra
Papers in Journals
 Vinod K. Mishra,(2011) ‘Factors Affecting Entrepreneurism: A Perceptual Study of
Business School Students,’ NDIM Journal Volume 9 issue 2. Publisher: New Delhi
Institute of Management, New Delhi 2011.ISSN:0972-8686.
Papers in Books
 Farhat Ali Syed, Vinod Mishra (2014). A Comparative Analysis Among Male and
Female Employees On The Habit of Rumination In The Service Industry, in Dynamic
Approaches For Dynamic Business Environment, Dr. S.M. Anas Iqbal, Shekhar
Upadhyay and Dr. Narendra Singh(eds.), ISBN: 978-93-5110-502-2.
 Farhat Ali Syed, Vinod Mishra, Dr. Sangeeta Jain, and Ravi Changle (2013). A Study
on Effect of Age and Gender on Rumination, in Innovative Practices for Creating
Value in the Global Era, Sumer Singh, Anant Gwal and Jitendra Kumar Sharma
(eds.), ISBN: 978-81-928537-0-5.
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra, Manisha Singhai and Nisha Bano Siddiqi (2013).
The Impact of Positive Affectivity on Dominant Learning Style of the B-School
Students, In Mapping Business Excellence Through Vision, Values and Vibrant
Practices, Sachin Mittal, Pragya Kesari, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma
(eds.), ISBN: 978-93-5062-254-4
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 Vinod Mishra(2012) Why Entrepreneurship? A Study of Students in Professional
Education, in Dynamics of Innovative Practices In Management, Dr. Ira Bapna, Dr.
H.S.Saluja, Dr. Mandeep Kaur Gill, K.N. Mishra (eds.), ISBN: 978-93-5062-183-7
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra (2012), Innovative Strategies for Entrepreneurship
Organisations in India, in Dynamics of Innovative Practices In Management, Dr. Ira
Bapna, Dr. H.S.Saluja, Dr. Mandeep Kaur Gill, K.N. Mishra (eds.), ISBN: 978-935062-183-7
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Mishra, Shraddha Mishra and Aparna Pancholi (2012), A
Study of Interpersonal Behavioural Orientation of B-School Students, in Business
Innovations and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World Economy, Nitin Tanted,
Ranjana Patel, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma (eds.) ISBN: 978-935062-004-5
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod K. Mishra (2010), A Study of Executives’ Decision Making
Style and Their Creativity as Correlates’ in Managing in The New World Order:
Strategies for Sustainable Business Development, Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit Upadhyay
and Deepak Jarolia (eds.), ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4
 Ashish Singh Baghel, Vinod Mishra, C. P. Gujar (2012) ‘Significance of Information
technology in agriculture’ in IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business
Organisations. Ajit Upadhyay, Bharti Motwani, Yogeshwari Phatak and R.K. Sharma
(eds.) ISBN: 978-93-5062-121-9
 Rajesh Jangalwa, Vinod Kumar Mishra, Arun Kumbhkar (2011), ‘Cell-Phone Buying
Behaviour of Management Students: An Empirical Study’ in Information and
Communication Technologies Enhancing Business Competencies through Innovative
Practices, Kapil Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna Sharma and Deepak Jarolia(eds.),
ISBN: 978-93-81361-29-0
Ms. Shraddha Mishra Tiwari
Chapters in book
 Shraddha Mishra (2012). A study of Interpersonal Behaviour orientation of BSchool students. In Ranjana Patel, Nitin Tanted, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore
Sharma (Eds.), Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship: Transforming World
Economy, 195-204, New Delhi: Excel Books. ISBN: 978-93-5062-004-5.
 Prashant Rao, Mohini Rao, Shraddha Mishra (2011), Comparative study of Window
based Internet Browsers among Internet Users of Indore, Shri Vaishnav Institute of
Management, Indore, 14 May 2011
 Prashant Rao, Mohini Rao, Shraddha Mishra (2011), Impact of Celebrity endorsement
on Brand Preference of customer, Shri Vaishnav Institute of Management, Indore, 14
May 2011.
 Manish Soni, Shraddha Mishra (2011), An analytical view on : Emerging trends and
challenges in outsourcing in India, Pioneer Institute of Professional Studies, Indore,
16 February 2011
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Ms. Farhat Ali Syed
Papers in Journal
 Dr. Mandip Gill, Farhat Ali Syed, Barkha Gupta, Godulika Dubey, Kamna Lad “ Emotional
Intelligence as a forecaster for job satisfaction” in ISCA journal of management and
science, Vol. 1(1), 1-7, August(2012)
Papers in Books
 Farhat Ali Syed, Vinod Mishra, Dr. Sangeeta Jain, Ravichangle “ A Study on Effect
of Age and Gender on Rumination” in Innovative Business Practices for Creating
Value in the Global Era in December 2013 (ISBN: 978-81-928537-0-5).
 Farhat Ali Syed, Vinod Mishra, “A Study on Factors Determining the Ruminating
Behavior” in Paradigm Shift in Innovative Business Management in 2013 (ISBN:
13:978-93-5110-502-2).
 Farhat Ali Syed, Dr. Vivek Sharma” An Exploratory Study of Co-rumination at
Workplace in Academicians of Indore” in Dynamics of Innovative Practices in
Management in 2012 (ISBN: 978-93-5062-183-7).
 Farhat Ali Syed, Sweta Khandelwal “Communication Skills for Prospective
Engineers” in Trends in engineering and science in 2012 (978-93-82062-72)
 Farhat Ali Syed, Dr. Anant Gwal “Leadership – How little things can make a big
difference” in Prabandhan and Takniki in 2010. Vol 4, Oct. 2010(ISSN No. 09748563)
Mr. Arun Saxena
Papers in Journal
 Published a Case Study of IDBI BANK entitled on “Beneath the tomb…to…on the
throne” in a CDSM research journal on mgt called ENQUETER at CDSM, Indore
2011.
 Published a paper in National Journal of LNCT, Indore entitled on “Contract LabourCertain Practical Legal Implications in Public and Private Sectors” on (19th July
2011).
Papers in Books
 Paper on “Teaching Strategy and Effectiveness of Entrepreneurship Education
Programmes: A Multicultural Perspective” “Eighth National Conference on
Enterpreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth’’ at Prestige Institute of Management
and Research, Indore( 13-14, September 2013).
 Published a paper in International Conference “Mapping Business Excellence
Through Vision Values and Vibrant Practices “ entitled “Factors Influencing the
effective training and development practices which lead to Job Satisfaction in Ruchi
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Soya Industries Ltd., Indore’’ at Prestige Institute of Management and Research,
Indore(30th to 31st January 2013).
 Published a paper at the National Conference on “Refurbishing Facets of
Management Concepts for New World Order” entitled “A Study Of Factors
Determining The Efficacy & Effectiveness of Training with Special Reference To
Ruchi Soya Industries Limited, Indore” in Chameli Devi School of Management,
Indore (Aug 25, 2012)
 Published a paper at the National Conference “Mental Health Awareness in India” on
The Role of Education psychology in Improving the Mental Health of the Students
held at Maharani Lakshmibai P.G. Girls College (Psychology Department),
Indore(19th to 20th Sep 2008).
 Published a paper at the National Conference(Management Horizon in Changing
Environment- Issues & Innovation ) on Management Education as One of the
Important Service Sector in India at Shri Vaishnav Institute of Management ,
Indore(17th April 2010).
15. Details of patents and income generated :
The institute organize international conference and the conference proceedings is books
published by the departments are having a copyright.
Books
Income Generated (Rs.)
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, Excel Books, New Rs. 2,38,000
Delhi (ISBN : 978-93-5062-332-9)
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, Excel Books, New Rs. 1,19,000
Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-928-1.
IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’. Excel Books, Rs. 1,30,000
New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0).
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel Books, New Rs. 1,19,000
Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-759-1).
Information and Communication Technologies – Enhancing business
Competencies through Innovative Practices ISBN 938136129-0
Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity Excel
Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-359-6
IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business Organizations Excel
Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entreprenuership Excel Books, New Delhi
ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for sustainable business
Development Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-81-7446-815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vision, values and vibrant practices
Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4
Rs. 3,60,000
Rs. 1,50,000
Rs. 99,000
Rs. 1,30,000
Rs. 1,45,000
Rs. 1,39,000
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16. Areas of consultancy and income generated :
a. HR and General Management(for MSME,Indore)
- Rs. 42000/-
b. Soft skills and HR
(Rustamji Armed Police Training College,Indore)
c. HR and soft skills (Postal Dept.)
- Rs. 24000/-
-Rs. 100000/-
MDPs:
Dr. Anukool Manish Hyde
 Took a session on “Grievance Handling” at RAPTC,Indore (MP) ON 24th Dec. 2013.
 At State Resource Centre for Adult Education, Bhartiya Grameen Mahila Sangh, Indore on
21st Nov. 2012 on the topics ‘Time Management’, ‘Problem Solving’.
 At M.S.M.E , Indore: Effective communication for self employed people, Job Analysis and
Job design, Human Resource Planning.
 Took a session on “Team Building” for Bajaj Allianz employees, Indore (MP).
 Conducted a session on “Subordinate Development” at R.A.P.T.C., Indore (MP).
 Conducted a session on “Stress Management” for Platoon Commanders at
R.A.P.T.C.,
Indore (MP).
 Conducted a session on “Stress Management” for DSP level officers at R.A.P.T.C., Indore
(MP).
 MDP conducted for MSME, Indore on “Training and Development” , “Compensation and
Reward Management”.
Dr. Rajesh Jangalwa
 Imparted training to 16 Entrepreneurs on hiring skills at MSME, Indore on 21st January 2014.
 Imparted training to 18 Entrepreneurs on hiring skills at MSME, Indore on 19th January 2014.
 Conducted Entrepreneurship Development Program under the sponsorship of Bank of India in
association Madhya Pradesh Consulting Organisation (MPCON) Limited at Focus Education
on Creativity and Innovation on 17th December 2013.
 Imparted training to 20 Entrepreneurs on Recruitment and Selection at MSME, Indore on 2 nd
December 2013.
 Imparted training to 20 Entrepreneurs on the Use of Technology in the HRM at MSME,
Indore on 30th November 2013.
 Imparted training to 17 Senior Managers at Raj Ratan Global Wires Ltd. Pithampur, on
leadership on 23rd July 2013.
 Given consultancy for the Project Sarvodaya (Organisational Transformation and Employees
Ownership Development Project) to Rajratan Global Wires Ltd. On 21 st March, 24th March
2013. On 29th March 2013, the day of the Launching of the project, the undersigned was
present throughout the day.
 Imparted training to 22 Entrepreneurs on Development and the Organisation at MSME,
Indore on 20th December 2012.
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 Imparted training to 22 Entrepreneurs on Performance Appraisal at MSME, Indore on 12th
December 2012.
 Imparted training to 22 Entrepreneurs on Recruitment and Selection at MSME, Indore on 11 th
December 2012.
 Imparted training to 22 Entrepreneurs on Job Evaluation and Reward Management at MSME,
Indore on 10th December 2012.
 Imparted training to 19 Asst. Managers on Communication Skills at Gabriel India Ltd.,
Dewas, M.P. on 25th November 2012.
 Imparted training to 30 officers of Jan Sikshan Santhan (JSS) on Basic Skills i.e.
Communication Skills, Motivation Skills and Leadership at State Resource Centre for Adult
Education, Bhartiya Grameen Mahila Sangh, M.P., Indore, on November 20, 2012.
 Imparted training to 19 Supervisors on Creativity and Innovation Mind Mapping Technique
and Team Building at Rajratan Global Wires Ltd., Pithmpur, on October 6, 2012.
 Imparted training to 18 Entrepreneurs on Creativity and Innovation at MSME, Indore on 4th
October 2012.
 Imparted training to 14 Entrepreneurs on Performance Appraisal Techniques at MSME,
Indore on 3rd October 2012.
 Imparted training to 55 Entrepreneurs on Hiring Skills on June 18-19 June, 2012 at
Vibhawari, Indore.
 Leadership, Motivation and Stress Management 20 for Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on
29th February 2012.
 Performance Appraisal and Potential Appraisal for 20 Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on 28th
February 2012.
 Compensation and Reward Management for 20 Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on 27 th
February 2012.
 Team Building and Positive Attitude for 42 Operators (Sub-engineers) at Gabriel India Ltd,
Dewas on 1st December 2011.
 Stress Management for 30 Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on 15th June 2011.
 Separation of Human Resource for 30 Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on 16th June 2011.
 Leadership for 30 Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on 17th June 2011.
 General Management Skills for Regional level having more than 80 Sr. Mangers and Asst.
General Managers on 25th July 2011.
 Job Satisfaction of Employees to Entrepreneurship Development for 60 Entrepreneurs at
MSME, Indore on 7th June 2011.
 Entrepreneurship Development for 30 Entrepreneurs on the Organisation at MSME, Indore on
13th May 2010.
 HRM for the Organisation for 30 Entrepreneurs on Processes of at MSME, Indore on 15 th
September 2010.
 Separation of HR for 30 Entrepreneurs at MSME, Indore on 16th September 2010.
 Imparted training to 35 platoon commanders on Stress Management at Rustamji Armed
Forces Police Training School, Indore on 18th September 2010.
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 Disaster Management for 35 Platoon Commanders at Rustamji Armed Forces Police Training
School, Indore on 19th September 2010.
 Entrepreneurship Development in Entrepreneurship Development for 60 Technical
Background Students at Prestige Institute of Engineering Camp organised by National
Science and Technology Entrepreneur Development Board, Bhopal on 6th February 2010.
 Motivation of People at Work for 28 platoon commanders at Rustamji Armed Forces Police
Training School, Indore on 26th November 2009.
 Disaster Management for 28 platoon commanders at Rustamji Armed Forces Police Training
School, Indore on 22nd November 2009.
 Stress Management for 28 platoon commanders at Rustamji Armed Forces Police Training
School, Indore on 20th November 2009.
 Dynamics of Interpersonal Relations for 37 Platoon Commanders at Rustamji Armed Forces
Police Training School, Indore on 6th April 2009.
Dr. Manisha Singhai
 On “Development of Subordinates” for Platoon Commanders and Soobedaars in Police
Training Academy, Indore on December 18, 2013.
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal
 Conducted a training program for Sub-inspectors of Indore on “Boss-Subordinate
Relationship” on 27/12/13.
 Training program conducted for Rajratan Global Wires,Pithampur on “Interpersonal Skills”
on 24 August 2013.
 Training program conducted for Rajratan Global Wires,Pithampur on “Interpersonal Skills”
on 22nd December 2012.
 Training program conducted for Rajratan Global Wires,Pithampur on “Work Culture and Self
Motivation” on 13th December 2010.
Mr. Vinod Kumar Mishra
 19 March 2014, A Entrepreneurship Development Programme at Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee
Government Arts and Commerce College, Indore. In Collaboration of MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal.
 11-15 February 2014 A training session on Happiness Programme of Art of Living, Morning
6-9, at Swarg Mandir, Mhow.
 18th June 2013, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop of Department of Science and
Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India New Delhi, Sponsored by
MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, Indore Christian College Indore. ‘Personality Development and
Marketing Strategy in Entrepreneurship’. 20 Participants 6 Female 14 Male.
 13th June 2013, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop of Department of Science and
Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India New Delhi, Sponsored by
MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, Indore Christian College Indore. ‘Creativity in Entrepreneurship’. 20
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Participants 6 Female 14 Male.
 21st March 2013, Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme of NSTEDB,
Department of Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
New Delhi, Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at PIMR Indore. Personality Development
and Entrepreneurship.25 BE Passed Girls participated.
 20th March 2013, Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme of NSTEDB,
Department of Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
New Delhi, Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at PIMR Indore. Motivation and
Entrepreneurship.25 BE Passed Girls participated.
 16th March 2013, Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme of NSTEDB,
Department of Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
New Delhi, Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at PIMR Indore. Creativity and
Entrepreneurship.25 BE Passed Girls participated.
 14th March 2013, Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme of NSTEDB,
Department of Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India
New Delhi, Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at PIMR Indore. Creativity and
Entrepreneurship.25 BE Passed Girls participated.
 9th March 2013, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop of NSTEDB, Department of
Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India New Delhi,
Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at Star Academy of Technology and Management,
Sanver Road Indore. Stress Management. 77 Students of BE participated.
 7th March 2013, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop of NSTEDB, Department of
Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India New Delhi,
Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at Star Academy of Technology and Management,
Sanver Road Indore. Creativity and Entrepreneurship.77 Students of BE participated.
 27 February 2013, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop of NSTEDB, Department of
Science and Technology Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India New Delhi,
Sponsored by MPCON. Ltd, Bhopal, at Girls Degree College, Collectorate Road Indore.
Creativity and Entrepreneurship.45 Students participated.
 19 August 2012, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop on Creativity and Personality
Development of MPCON at Govt College Dhamnod, Indore. 30 Participants entrepreneurs.
 10 March 2012, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop on Stress Management and Work
Behaviour, MPCON at Indore Christian College, Indore. 25 Participants entrepreneurs.
 08 March 2012, Entrepreneurship Development Workshop on Creativity and Personality
Development MPCON at Indore Christian College, Indore. 25 Participants entrepreneurs.
 18 March 2011, A training session on Creativity and Entrepreneurship, 435 rganized by
CEDMAP at Swadesh Bhavan, Press Complex, AB Road Indore. 30 Participants.
 24 Feb 2011, A training session on Personality and Creativity , Organised by Agro Industries
, Ministry of Food Processing and Agriculture, New Delhi. 35 Participants.
 22 Dec 2010, A training session on Creativity and Personality, Organised by Agro Industries,
Ministry of Food Processing and Agriculture, New Delhi. 30 Participants.
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 12 February 2009, A training on Creativity and Personality for Entrepreneurs, Organised by
MPCon Ltd, MP under PMRY Scheme, at Govt. Degree College, Khargone.
17.Faculty recharging strategies: The institute promotes faculty members by providing
them following facilities:
7. Research : Institute promotes research by encouraging all faculty members to
attend seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and workshops twice in
a year. The grant includes registration fees, lodging, boarding, travelling and
dearness allowance. Faculty members are also sponsored for attending international
conferences outside India once a year. The faculty members are also given research
grant for the project undertaken by them.
8. Academic leave: The institute has a provision for study leave which is given to the
faculty members for attending international and national conference within and
outside the country. Any faculty member who is nominated and getting grant for
attending conferences, workshops, seminar, etc are allowed for study leave
including departure and arrival day. Institute also has provision to give leave for
Ph.D. work and data collection to the faculty members.
9. Nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars: All brochures from
various institutions for attending conferences, seminar and workshops are circulated
among all faculty members. Faculty members can apply to director for nominating
their name in a specific conference, seminar or workshop based on their interest
area. After receiving application from faculty member director, nominate the faculty
member and sponsor the faculty along with academic leave.
10. In-service training: The institute regularly organizes seminars, workshops like
research methodology workshop, case writing workshops, Faculty Development
programs, and academic forums to provide in-service training facility to all the
faculty members. The faculty members are also given facilities like library, laptops,
access to international and national journals. This provides faculty a platform to
attend lectures of eminent personalities from industry and academia on
contemporary issues on management.
11. Organizing national/international conferences: Institute continuously
436rganized national and international conferences. Every year institute organizes
international conference on 30th and 31st January. Since 2007, institute has
organized eight international conferences. Besides this Institute has also organized
16 National Conferences.
12. Providing research grants : Institute provides research grants to all the faculty
members for attending seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and
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workshops twice in a year. The grant includes registration fees, lodging, boarding,
travelling and dearness allowance. Faculty members are also sponsored for
international conferences outside India. The faculty members are also given
research grant for the project undertaken by them.
18. Student projects
: percentage of students who have done in-house projects
including inter-departmental
Yes, the institute considers students project a mandatory part for some of the courses. Summer
training projects are mandatory for all the UG and PG programs but major research projects are
optional in some courses as per university/ Institution Norms.
Course
MBA(FT)
MBA(PA)
Summer
Internship
Project
Compulsory
Compulsory
BBA
Compulsory
Percentage
100
100
100
Major
Research
Project
Compulsory
Compulsory
Compulsory
Percentage
100
100
100
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by Faculty
Dr. Anukool Manish Hyde :
 Reeceived Best Teacher Award by Prestige Institute of Management and Research,
Indore .
 Approved project guide for IGNOU (M.B.A. Programme).
 Life Member of ISTD, New Delhi.
 Was Dy. Chairman, Chairman, National Council Member respectively in ISTD
Indore Chapter .
 Ph.D. guide in Management stream in D.A.V.V., Indore (MP).
 Reviewer for Apeejay Journal of Management and Technology, Chandigarh.
 Editorial Board Member of Blue Ocean Research Journals,International Journal of
Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences (Greenfield Advanced
Research Publishing House), Journals of Multidisciplinary Research Academy.
Dr. R. Jangalwa:
 Life Member of Art of Living Foundation, Vyakti Vikas Kendra, Bangalore since
2011.
 Associated and participating consistently in the activities of Tavleen Foundation,
Indore since February 2011.
 Secretary of National HRD Network, Hyderabad during July 2008-09.
 Life Member of World Spiritual Center, Ujjain MP since 2004.
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 Life Member of Indian Society for Training and Development, New Delhi since 2003.
 Life Member of Sri Aurobindo Ashram Society, Indore since 1989.
Dr. Manisha Singhai:
 Chairperson of Indian Society for Training and Development, Indore Chapter for the
session 2012-2013(Vice-Chairperson-ISTD Indore Chapter, 2011-12)
 Appointed as Reviewer in Indian Journal of Commerce and Management Studies,
February 2013, e-ISSN: 2229-5674, An Open Access Peer Review Bimonthly
Research Journal.
 Life Member: Indian Society for Training and Development
 Associate Editor of Prestige e-Journal of Management and Research.
 Editor, Blue Ocean Research Journals, International Journal of Advanced Research in
Management and Social Sciences IJARMSS, Greenfield Advanced Research
Publishing House.
 Associate Editor, Asia Pacific Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship
Research, APJMER.
 Editor, International Journals of Multidisciplinary Research Academy (IJMRA).
 Editor, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, Online ISSN:
2249-0558.
 Ph.D. guide in ITM University, Raipur,Pacific University, Udaipur.
 Approved project guide for IGNOU (M.B.A. Programme).
Dr. Kalpana Agrawal:
 Conferred II Best Ph.D Award by M.P Governor during fourth National Conference
organized by Prestige Institute of Management,Gwalior on 29 Dec. 2012.
 Received Best published research paper from ISTD(A renowned national refreed
journal) on the paper “Temping:The fastest growing HR trend in India-An
Overview” July-Sept 2009, ISTD Vol. 39, No.3.
 Associate Editor of Appeejay Journal of Enterpreneurship and Management.
 International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research.
 Editorial Board Member of Transstellar Journal Publications And Research
Consultancy which has branch in Singapore,Quatar etc.
Mr. Vinod Kumar Mishra:
 Life Member and Teacher of Art of Living Foundation, Vyakti Vikas Kendra,
Banglore.
 Life Member of International Youth Hostels Association of India.
 Life Member of ‘Avani’- A Research Journal Published by only Women’s, Varanasi.
 Life Member of Divya Yug, A Magazine cum Research Journal of Vedic knowledge
Published by Divya Yug Manav Mission, Indore.
 Life Member of ‘Rishimukh’ Spiritual Magazine for Human Values and
Empowerment, Vyakti Vikas Kendra, Banglore.
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 Doctoral / post doctoral fellows :
 Students
S.
:
(Academic-Gold Medal, Certificate of Appreciation, Cash Prize)
Course
Batch
N.
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Name of the
MBA (FT)
MBA(PT)
HR only
student in
Exam
MBA (PT)
Mkt
MBA (PT)
Overall
MBA (FT)
HR
MBA (FT)
Finance
MBA (FT)
Mkt
MBA (FT)
Overall
BBA
MBA (FT)
Naazish Khan
MBA(FT)
Shri Mohan Lal Bhagat Cash Prize
of worth Rs. 1000/-
2012-2013
2010-2013 Shruti Jaiswal
Certificate of Appreciation
2010-2013 Lavish Prusnani
PIMR ISTD Gold Medal
2010-2013 Lavish Prusnani
PIMR Director’s Gold Medal
2011-2013 Kiran Gehani
PIMR Staff Gold Medal
2011-2013 Misha Jain
Shri Ashish Goel Gold Medal
2011-2013 Palash Sethi
PIMR Faculty Gold Medal
Shri Mohan Lal Bhagat Memorial
Gold Medal
2011-2013 Kiran Gehani
Anmol Chopra
2010-2013
2010-12
Niharika Singh
Overall
11
Name of Gold Medal
student
I year
2
Nil
PIMR Chairman’s Gold Medal
Shri Mohan Lal Bhagat Memorial
Gold Medal
Shri Ashish Goel Gold Medal
2010-12
Niharika Singh
2010-12
Harshada
Abhyankar
PIMR Staff Gold Medal
2010-12
Ashwini Pawde
PIMR Faculty Gold Medal
Finance
12
MBA(FT)
HR
13
MBA(FT)
Mkt.
14
MBA(PT)
Production
2009-12
Inderdeep Arora
PIMR Director’s Gold Medal
15
MBA(PT)
2009-12
Garima Kothari
PIMR Director’s Gold Medal
2009-12
Ashvini Jaiswal
PIMR Director’s Gold Medal
2009-12
SmitaGodbole(Sh
arma)
PIMR Director’s Gold Medal
2009-12
Dinesh Gurjar
PIMR Director’s Gold Medal
Finance
16
MBA(PT)
Marketing
17
MBA(PT)
HR
18
MBA(PT)
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System
19
BBA
Vinita Jetwani
PIMR CHAIRMAN’S Gold Medal
20
MBA(FT) I 2011-13
Kiran Gehani
Shri Mohanlal Bhagat Cash Prise
year
MBABatch 2010-2012
Certificate of Distinction
S.NO
Name of Student
%
Class
1
Palak Agrawal
77.82
MBA(FT)
2
Stuti Agrawal
77.59
MBA(FT)
3
Savita Mourya
77.21
MBA(FT)
4
Kanchan Nayak
77.21
MBA(FT)
5
Pooja Bhoj
76.91
MBA(FT)
6
Shivali Chordia
76.71
MBA(FT)
7
Monika Shrivastav
76.65
MBA(FT)
8
Shelly Shandilya
76.09
MBA(FT)
9
Snigdha Shrivastava
75.94
MBA(FT)
10
Runzun Mitta
75.94
MBA(FT)
11
Nachiket Goyal
75.50
MBA(FT)
12
Murtaza Nahargarhwala
75.41
MBA(FT)
13
Shruti Gore
75.24
MBA(FT)
14
Anil Kumbkar
74.76
MBA(FT)
15
Payal Bhatia
74.68
MBA(FT)
Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore
BBA Batch 2009-2012
Certificate of Distinction
S.NO
1
Name of Student
Ritika Batreja
%
Class
81.76
BBA
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2
Roshni Jaissinghani
79.55
BBA
3
Anamika Singh Baghel
79.14
BBA
4
Amita Mehta
79.7
BBA
5
Bharti Nagdeo
79
BBA
6
Shreya Agrawal
78.9
BBA
7
Niyati Nimje
78.86
BBA
8
Gourav Kothari
78.69
BBA
9
Ritika Priyadarshani
78.52
BBA
10
Simran Gandhi
78.14
BBA
11
Pratibha Karamchandan
77.97
BBA
12
Anjali Pahuja
77.79
BBA
13
Aditi Arora
77.59
BBA
14
Anjali Arora
77.59
BBA
15
Neha Raghuwanshi
77.55
BBA
16
Megha Malvi
77.41
BBA
17
Utsah Pasari
77.38
BBA
18
Ayushi Kothari
77.17
BBA
19
Vasudha Parwal
77
BBA
20
Noopur Chugh
76.93
BBA
21
Vaibhav Jain
76.52
BBA
22
Manmohan Modi
76.34
BBA
23
Ayushi Surana
76.24
BBA
24
Monica Bajaj
76.24
BBA
25
Arpita Argal
76.1
BBA
26
Priyanka Bansal
75.79
BBA
27
S.Tanushree
75.69
BBA
28
Garima Joshi
75.52
BBA
29
Jatin Kalra
75.52
BBA
30
Drishti Neema
75.45
BBA
31
Gaurav Gupta
75.38
BBA
441
32
Lavesh Jain
75.28
BBA
33
Mansi Jain
75.17
BBA
34
Samiksha Garg
75
BBA
35
Pooja Agrawal
74.86
BBA
36
Pooja Lunawat
74.86
BBA
37
Atul Mishra
74.79
BBA
38
Rupal Jain
74.66
BBA
Award/Recognition to students in Academic Session 2012-13
S.
Institute/Organisation
Event
Date
N.
1
Kamla
Nehru
Sanghralya,Indore
Prani Logo
Competit
ion
th
7
Oct
Students/Tea
Class/Se
ms
m.
05
Result
Abhishek
Agrawal First
PrizeCash
III 5000/ RS
MBA
(FT)
MBA III
(FT)
13th
Oct
02
26th28th
Oct
02
MBA III
(FT)
4th Position
Indore Institute of Law
Marathon 25th
Nov
06
MBA(PA)
MBA(PA)
MBA(PA)
MBA(PA)
Participated
Participated
Participated
Participated
5
Medicaps Institute , Indore
30th
Nov
02
6
Acropolis Institute of
Management, Indore,
Research
Paper
presentati
on
presentati
on
competiti
on
22nd
Jan
2013
02
2
Development
Foundation,Indore
3
IIM , Indore
4
Essay
Competit
ion
Mgmt
Fest,
Aahvan
Participated
MBA(PA) Participated
MBA III
Participated
(FT)
MBAIII
(FT)
MBA III
(FT)
First Prize
MBAIII
(FT)
Awards/Recognition to students in Academic Session – 2011- 2012
Sr
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
442
.
Organization
Name
1
Swastik
Investmart Ltd.
Bulls Warrior Inter
College Quiz
Contest
Sept. 10,
2011
02
2
Organized by
AIMA, Delhi at
National Student
Management Game2010
Sep. 2122,2011
04
Chameli Devi
Inst. Of Mgmt.
& Research,
Indore
MBA(FT)-III
Participated
MBA-III
Partcipated
MBA-III
(Western Zone
Prelim Round-I)
MBA-III
MBA-I
3
4
5
6
Indore Marathon –
Run for a Healthy
India -11 km
Oct. 2,
2011
Chameli Devi
Group of
Institution,
Indore
CITRONICS-2011
Oct.- 1821 , 2011
Christian
Eminent
Academy of
Management,
Professional
Education &
Research, Indore
Kala Vrinda-2011
Christian
Eminent
Academy of
Management,
Professional
Education &
Research, Indore
Kala Vrinda-2011
IIM, Indore
02
MBA(FT)-I
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I
02
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-III
Brain Ticklers
MBA(FT)-III
October
20, 2011
03
MBA(FT)-I
Participated
Group Song
Competition
October
20, 2011
02
MBA(FT)-I
Solo Song
Competition
Participated
Participated
7
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Oct. 2930, 2011
04
MBA(FT)-III
Partcipated
Quiz
443
MBA-I
8
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Destination Hunt
Oct. 2930, 2011
02
MBA(FT)-III
Participated
9
IIPS, DAVV,
Indore
Tourista- World
Tourism Day –
Collage Making
Oct. 2930, 2011
02
MBA(FT)-III
Participated
10
Indore
Management
Association,
Indore
13th Quest For
Leadership on Hope
to Triumph Leading
in Turbulent Times
Nov. 1516,2011
02
MBA(FT)-III
Runner-up Trophy
MBA-I
Awarded by Mr.
N.R. Narayana
Murthy in IMA
Convention at
Indore on Dec. 16,
2011
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011
11
MBA-I
MBA(FT)-II
18-20,
2011
Total 149 student
particiapted in
various workshops
and activities
AHAVAN’
Nov.
02
MBA(FT)-II(C)
2011
18-20,
2011
Workshop
MBA(FA)-II
Based on students
performance
Institute recieved
Runner up
TRISTAR Trophy
Marketing/
HR/Finance/Adverti
sing
12
IIM, Indore
First Prize + Cash
Rs. 2000/-
MBA(FT)-II(C)
Dumb See In
Management
13
IIM, Indore
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011
18-20,
2011
02
MBA(FT)-II(C)
Second Prize +
Cash Rs. 2000/-
MBA(FT)-II(C)
The Fin side
14
15
IIM, Indore
IIM, Ahmedabad
AHAVAN’
Nov.
2011Ran-Neeti
(Case Study)
18-20,
2011
Confluence -2011
Nov. 2428, 2011
02
MBA(FT)-II(C)
Third Prize
MBA(FT)-II(C)
08
MBA(FT)-I
Participated
MBA(FT)-I
16
Jaipuria Institute
Encore 2: The
Dec. 3,
03
444
of Management,
Indore
17
18
19
20
Presentation
Design and
Delivery Contest
2011
Indian Institute
of Head and
Neck Oncology,
Indore in
collaboration
with PIMR,
Indore
Certificate Course
on Management of
Cancer Centres
Dec.
Radio Mirchi
98.3 FM
Max Fashion Icon
2011
Dec.
Indian Institute
of Head and
Neck Oncology,
Indore in
collaboration
with PIMR,
Indore
Certificate Course
on Management of
Cancer Centres
Feb
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research, Indore
Enigma : The
Annual Management
Fest – Treasure
Hunt
Feb.
MBA(FT)-I(A)
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I(A)
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I(C)
Partcipated
15
MBA(FT)-I
08
MBA(FT)-I
17
MBA(FT)-I
24-27,
2011
24, 2011
4-5,
2012
I
04
16-18,
2012
MBA(FT)-I(D)
MBA(FT)-I(D)
First Prize
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Participated
21
Acropolis
Faculty of
Management &
Research, Indore
Enigma : The
Annual Management
Fest – Management
Games
Feb.
16-18,
2012
15
MBA(FT)-I(E)
Second Prize
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(E)
445
MBA(FT)-I(E)
MBA(FT)-I(D)
Partcipated
MBA(FT)-I(D)
MBA(FT)-I(D)
MBA(FT)-I(D)
22
23
Sanghvi Institute
of Management
& Science,
Indore
Scintllation -2012
Sanghvi Institute
of Management
& Science,
Indore
Scintllation -2012
March 23, 2012
01
March 23, 2012
04
MBA(FT)-II(B)
Art Attack (Salad
Decoration)
MBA(FT)-II-B
Sur Sangram
(Antakshari)
MBA(FT)-II-B
MBA(FT)-II-B
MBA(FT)-II-B
24
Sanghvi Institute
of Management
& Science,
Indore
Scintllation -2012
March 23, 2012
06
Dhanarjan (Virtual
Share Trading)
MBA(FT)-II-E
Participated
MBA(FT)-II –E
MBA(FT)-II-E
MBA(FT)-II-E
Participated
MBA(FT)-II-D
MBA(FT)-II-E
25
Jaipuria Institute
Presentation
March
02
Winner &
446
of Management,
Indore
26
TATA Crucible
Campus Quiz
Competition
2012
20.
competition on
Demystifying
Union Budget
2012-13
24,2012
TATA Group
March
27, 2012
MBA(FT)-II(A)
01
recieved cash
prize Rs. 5000
MBA(FT)-II(D)
Third Prize &
recieved cash
prize Rs. 2000
MBA(FT)-IV
Participated
At DAVV, Indore
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
National Case Writing Workshop
S.N. Workshop
1
4
th
24
rd
23
10
05-07, Sponsored by PIMR
2011
29-Dec. Sponsored by PIMR
01, 2010
06-08, Sponsored by PIMR
2010
22rd National Case June
Writing Workshop
Sponsored by PIMR
2011
National Case May
Writing Workshop
9
04–06, Sponsored by PIMR
2012 .
National Case Nov.
Writing Workshop
8
2012
25th National Case May
Writing Workshop
7
26-28, Sponsored by PIMR
26th National Case Nov.28–30,
Writing Workshop
6
2013
27th National Case June
Writing Workshop
5
01-03, Sponsored by PIMR
28th National Case Nov.
Writing Workshop
Sponsored by PIMR
2013
29th National Case May
Writing Workshop
3
Source of Fund
30th National Case Nov.28-30,
Writing Workshop
2
Period
02-04, Sponsored by PIMR
2010
21st National Case May
07-09, Sponsored by PIMR
447
Writing Workshop
2009
Conferences:
Period
Name of the Conference
Source of Fund
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, September 13-14, 2013
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN : 978-93-5062332-9)
Sponsored
PIMR
by
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, January 30-31,2011
Excel Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446928-1.
IT
Initiatives
for
Building
Creative September 09-10, 2010
Organizations’. Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN
987-81-7446-884-0).
Sponsored
PIMR
by
Sponsored
PIMR
by
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. September 11-12, 2009
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446759-1).
Information and Communication Technologies – September 09-10 2011
Sponsored
PIMR
by
Sponsored
PIMR
by
Jan 30-31, 2014
Sponsored
PIMR
by
September 14-15,2012
Sponsored
PIMR
by
February 11-12, 2012
Sponsored
PIMR
Sponsored
PIMR
by
Sponsored
PIMR
by
Enhancing business Competencies through Innovative
Practices ISBN 938136129-0
Managing People, Processes and Environment for
Global Prosperity Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN
978-93-5062-359-6
IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business
Organizations Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 97893-5062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship Excel
Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for
sustainable business Development Excel Books, New
Delhi ISBN 978-81-7446-815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vision, values
and vibrant practices Excel Books, New Delhi
ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4
January 30-31, 2010
January 30-31, 2013
National Research Methodology:
S.N. National R.M. Workshop
1
Ninth
National
Period
Source of Fund
R.M. July 08-13, 2013
Sponsored by PIMR
R.M. July 10- July 14, 2012
Sponsored by PIMR
R.M. July 11-15, 2011
Sponsored by PIMR
R.M. June 01-05, 2010
Sponsored by PIMR
Workshop
2
Eighth
National
Workshop
3
Seventh
National
Workshop
4
Sixth
National
Workshop
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by
5
Fifth
National
R.M. March 13th 2010
Sponsored by PIMR
National
R.M. June 2-6, 2009
Sponsored by PIMR
Workshop
6
Fourth
Workshop
21. Student profile course-wise:
Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
Applications
received
MBA(FT)- 2009-2011
N.A.
MBA(FT)- 2010-2012
Selected
Male Female
Pass percentage
Male Female
76
42
90.54
95
423
111
67
85.71
100
MBA(FT)- 2011-2013
576
166 126
96
98.26
MBA(FT)-2012-2014
531
168
MBA(PT)-2008-2011
NA
19
03
100
100
MBA(PT)-2009-2012
NA
16
07
85.71
100
MBA(PT)-2010-2013
NA
16
02
88.24
100
MBA(PA)-2012-2014
196
18
42
*
MBA(PA)-2013-2015
195
45
*
132
14
BBA-2009-2012
*
88.94
96.60
93.56
96.30
BBA-2010-2013
722
420
BBA-2011-2014
710
420
*
BBA-2012-2015
724
420
*
BBA-2013-2016
706
248
120
*
*Students have not appeared in examination yet.
22. Diversity of students:
For the Year- 2013
Name of
% of students same
% of students same
% of students other
program
college
state
state
MBA(FT)
7.74
98.32
1.68
MBA(PT)
14.28
100
0
MBA(PA)
11.86
96.61
3.39
For the Year- 2012
Name of
% of students same
% of students same
% of students other
program
college
state
state
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MBA(FT)
5.1
99.33
0.67
MBA(PT)
0
100
0
MBA(PA)
13.33
95
5
For the Year- 2011
Name of
% of students same
% of students same
% of students other
program
college
state
state
MBA(FT)
6.5
96.92
3.08
MBA(PT)
0
100
0
For the Year- 2010
Name of
% of students same
% of students same
% of students other
program
college
state
state
MBA(FT)
4.49
97.19
2.81
MBA(PT)
5.55
100
0
For the Year- 2009
Name of
% of students same
% of students same
% of students other
program
college
state
state
MBA(FT)
5.93
93.23
6.77
MBA(PT)
4.34
100
0
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations?
The institute has faculty counselors who counsel students applying for Civil Services,
Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations. It encourages
students to read magazines and newspapers and also organizes various seminars and
quizzes to help them increase their general knowledge, which ultimately helps the
students in aforementioned examinations. Besides this, the institute regularly subscribes
to the magazines like competition success and newspapers in the library which can help
the students crack these exams.
24. Student progression:
Student progression
UG to PG
Percentage against
enrolled
80%
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Student progression
Percentage against
enrolled
Nil
0.5 %
Nil
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurs
85
15
25. Diversity of staff:
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university
100%
from other universities within the State
N.A.
from other universities from other States
N.A.
26.Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period.
Two Ph.D.s
S.N. Faculty
Title of Ph.D.
1
Learned Optimism,
Dr. R. Jangalwa
Managerial Creativity and Spiritual
Intelligence as Determinants of Managerial Effectiveness in the
Service Organizations.
2
Dr. K. Agrawal
Effect of Emotional Intelligence on Organizational Politics
27.Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) – 630 Square Meter
Total seating capacity – 240
Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days, during
examination days, during vacation)
Working Days
: 12Hrs ( 9.00 A.M. to 9 .00 P.M.)
On Holidays (During Examination ) : 7 Hrs ( 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.)
During Vacation
: 9 Hrs ( 9.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M.)
Library of the Institute has individual reading carrels for the students, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed readings and IT zone for accessing e-resources like e-journals
and e-
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books etc. Prominent display of
library contents and library bulletin for easy
references.
Details on the library holdings:
m) Print Books
n)
Titles
:
9105
Volumes
:
33634
Back Volumes
:
1015
:
234
Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
AV CDs
o)
Electronic (e-books, e-Journals)
e-books , Periodicals CDs
:
e-Journals
:
457
8500
(Proquest ABI
,DELNET)
p)
Complete
Special collection
Text Book
Reference Books
Research and Training Reports
Annual Reports of Companies
Monographs
Doctoral Thesis
Working Paper
Research Projects
Orations and Technical Notes
:
25737
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
9069
9058
388
25
55
10
11
29
39 Internet facilities for staff and students
Internet facility is available for students in the computer lab from Morning 9.00 am to
Evening 9.00 pm. Besides, campus is fully wi-fi and students can access internet from
anywhere in the premises. Faculty members are provided with laptops and the same facility
available for them also.
c) Total number of class rooms
:
45
d) Class rooms with ICT facility
:
45
Interactive Boards, ICT enabled classrooms, Internet facility, laptops, LCD projectors, are
provided to each class and faculty where they may take use of these and make the class more
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interactive for enhancing the quality of teaching, learning and research. We have two Interactive
white boards and all the classrooms have LCD/DLP projectors for ‘power point presentations.
Students are encouraged to give seminar talks using ICT resources. The institute provides digital
library facility for all teaching and non-teaching staff members and students. Moreover, the
softwares required for teaching and learning are also available on the LAN & WAN.
40 Students’ laboratories
Dedicated computing facility and 500 Systems with Internet Connectivity allotted for
Students. The details are as follows:
Sl.
NO
1
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
Lab1
120
2
Lab2
3
Lab3
4
Lab4
5
Lab(ug)
Lenovo thin centre Intel core 2 duo/1GB
RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Acer core i-3/4GB RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse with Ncomputing
Thin client /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Wipro PIV /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
6
Electronics Lab
100
100
60
120
Latest lab
f) Research laboratory : N. A.
28.Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.
Yes. The institute provides financial aid to the students on time. The scholarships is
given to the students by the Prestige Education Society. The institute also waive off
research centre fee of research scholars who have been appointed under College Code
The institute has given educational assistance to eight students of Rs. 2,04,400/- this
year to the students. The Institute has MOU with Punjab National Bank and Central
Bank of India for providing education loan to the students. The institute also helps
students avail government scholarship which are as follows:
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2009-10.
S.No.
Program
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
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1.
MBA(PT) I
1121304239
Rakesh Dubey
30,400.00
2.
MBA(PT) I
1121304264
Smita Sharma
30,400.00
3.
MBA(FT)-II
1121203310
Antim Darda
31,000.00
6.
Ph.D
Kalpana Agrawal
3500.00
7.
Ph. D.
Rajesh Janglawa
3500.00
Total 98800.00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2010-11.
S.No.
Program
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(PT) II
1121304239
Rakesh Dubey
30,400.00
2.
MBA(PT) II
1121304264
Smita Sharma
30,400.00
3.
MBA(PT) I
1121304611
Amit Temre
17,400.00
4.
MBA (PT) I
1121304612
Burhanuddin Bandukwala
8,700
6.
Ph.D
Kalpana Agrawal
3500.00
7.
Ph. D.
Rajesh Janglawa
3500.00
Total 93,900.00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2011-12.
S.No
Class
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(PT) II
1121304239
Rakesh Dubey
30,400.00
2.
MBA(PT) II
1121304264
Smita Sharma
30,400.00
3.
MBA(PT) I
1121304611
Amit Temre
17,400.00
4.
MBA (PT) I
1121304612
Burhanuddin Bandukwala
8,700
5.
MBA (FT) I
Apurva Jain
43,500
.
Total 130400
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2012-13.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
1.
MBA(FT)
Ajay Jaiswal
11,600.00
3.
MBA(PT)
Amit Temre
17,400.00
4.
MBA (PT)
Burhanuddin Bandukwala
8,700
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5.
MBA (PT)
Pawan Shriwas
29, 250.00
5.
MBA (FT)
Apurva Jain
43,500
Total 110450
29.Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Every year during the admissions, institute appoints admission coordinators/counselors
to counsel the candidates who come to inquire about the various courses offered by the
institute. After their interaction, institute comes to know the demand of the course exists
in the market and subsequently applies to the authorities for getting permission for the
new program.
 Need Assessment
The institute on the basis of feedback of faculty experience, industry and student feedback
assess the existing curriculum and seek removal of the deadwood or obsolete form of syllabus
and introduction of new and relevant topics and courses in curriculum. These changes are
made through systematic mechanism at various levels.
The institution undertakes the following exercise for developing and upgrading the
curriculum.
•
•
•
•
•
•
The Director puts forward the agenda in the meeting of the Heads of
Departments and several issues pertaining to the student promotions, credit
regulations, transitory regulations, pass percentage, syllabus coverage
mechanisms, interdisciplinary courses, changes that can be made to the
curriculum etc. are discussed.
Syllabus Board is prepared
The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are distributed
areas wise to the various departments and respective departments analytically
and critically look at programs/courses.
While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback from Alumni,
feedback from employers are also taken into consideration.
The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the College BOS for
discussion
The observations and suggestions of the member of BOS are taken into
consideration for finalizing the Curriculum and the revised curriculum is
placed before the Academic Council of the Institute.
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• The Academic Council then make suggestions for necessary modification in
the course curriculum and after incorporation the necessary modification the
curriculum is then placed in front of the Executive Council for further
discussion and approval. Once approved by the Executive Council the
curriculum in the final shape is implemented in the forthcoming academic
session.
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
d. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize it? Yes
The institution accords highest priority to the curriculum development and its
execution. The institution takes meticulous care with regard to each of the steps
concerned. The institution understands that the academic and professional prosperity
of the graduates originates from the curriculum in which they are simulates to study
and practice.
The syllabus is updated annually, new electives are offered keeping in mind the
changing
need of the industry.
The process is facilitated by active contribution and feedback from industry experts
and
alumni.
The syllabus is updated with the contribution of faculty members in their respective
specializations and is then presented in the Board of Studies, Academic Council and
Executive Council for approval.
b.Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what is the response
of the
department to the same?
This assessment on curriculum and teaching is done twice in a year by providing the
students with questionnaire in which questions include content aspects like relevance of the
curriculum, time allotted,learning, applicability, extent of coverage and the inclusion of
projects and assessments and feedback of faculty teaching. Every program also has a faculty
co-ordinator who acts as a mentor to students and takes feedback on any teaching learning
issue faced by the students.Both the formal and informal feedback is analysed and finally
discussed with the Director. The feedback is then discussed in faculty meetings to
implement necessary course of action.
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c.alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to
the same?
Feedback from Alumni
The alumni feedback is obtained during the Alumni Meet which is
organized every year by the
institute. And their response is studied and analyzed for making modifications and further utilized
after approval from Board of Studies and Academic Council members. Alumni also give feedback as
members of the Advisory board.
Feedback from employer and Academic Experts
Employer : Employer’s appraisal of the curriculum is obtained through the feedback Performa that
deals with relevance of the topics, time utilized for completion of syllabus, use of teaching aids,
teaching strategies employed and conduct of tests. The feedback from employer is obtained to assess
the suitability and to update /modify the curriculum as per the need of industry. The feedback is taken
at time of placement, At time of summer training, at time of SIP,by special invitation and conducting
workshops and Informally by industry experts who visit campus.
Who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback from experts who
visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
Academic Experts – Relevance of curriculum is evaluated by the different experts in light of the needs
of organization, society and psychology of students, practical aspects and development of vocational
and training skills who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback
from experts who visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
31.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Notable Alumni of PIMR
Sr.N.
Name
Organization
Designation
Batch
1
Aditya Agrwal
CIBIL
AVP_Sales & Marketing
2000-2002
2
Rajeev Khera
Huawei Telecommunication
Director Vertical Sales
1995-1997
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3
Mihir S. Merchant
Permalli Wallace
Dy.CEO- Styrategic
Business
4
Romit Uprety
HDFC Ltd.
Sr.Manager
1996-1998
5
Manu Mahrish
Karvy Private Health
AVP
2002-2004
6
Shankar Raj
Deloitte
Sr. Consultant
2003-2005
7
Roy Solomon
Bennett & Coleman Co.Ltd.
Dy.Manager
2002-2004
8
Prof.Prashant
Mishra
IIM Calcutta
Associate
Professor,IIM,Kolkata
1996-1998
9
Manish Dave
Ultratech Cement
General Manager,Aditya
Birla Group
1994-96
10
Suresh Shukla
Kotak Securities
Sr.VP, Kotak Securities
1994-96
1995-1997
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts:
The institute provides student enrichment programmes by :





Sending students to other institutions for participating in academic contests.
Encouraging them to take add on courses.
Helping them to select advanced topics during seminars and projects.
Encouraging them to attend conferences and contribute research papers.
Providing platform by way of clubs whereby these students can identify under
guidance of faculty coordinators needs and organize workshops, seminars and
institute-industry interfaces..
In HR Club,lectures have been 458rganized.They are as under:

Mr. Shyam Zambre,HR Head-VECV,Pithampur delivered a lecture on March
28, 2014.

A lecture was delivered by Mr. Subodh Shrivastav (Diaspark Ltd.,Indore) on
March 03,2014 on the topic “Key Result Area and gamut of HR”.

A lecture was 458rganized on Feb. 28,2014 on the topic “Employee
Engagement”.Speaker was Mr. Sandeep Dalvi (Gabriel India Ltd.,Dewas).

Mr. R.S.Pal (HR Manager,Avtech Ltd. Pithampur) delivered a lecture on Sep.
21,2013.

A lecture was delivered on Mar. 18,2013 by Mr. Anil Malik(Group HR HeadKirloskar Bro. Ltd.,Dewas)

Mr. Vijay Shahni (Group HR Head,Kriti Indus.Ltd) delivered a lecture on
Mar. 16,2013.
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
Dr. Piyush Shrivastav delivered a lecture on the topic “Modern science and
459rganized459ty” on Dec.12, 2012.
Personality Development-Training Need Assessment was done and on the basis
of this students were selected for personality development.Trainer took sessions
on a regular basis and students were groomed.

Student activity like Prayas,Pragyas,Pragya Jigyasa etc.

Pratibimb –Management Film festival

Research Methodology workshop is organized for students of BBA.

SPSS for MBA

International and National Conferences

English language lab for BBA
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
All the courses use lecture method for teaching compulsorily. The other methods of learning
experience given to students through case study method, role plays, seminar and presentation, fish
pond activity, news paper subscriptions, learning from movie clippings i.e. pratibimb, practical
exposure through different workshops, and special extra mural lectures along with regular classroom
interactions. The students are also given social projects, summer training projects and major research
projects which they do under the mentorship of faculty and industry mentor.


The department has also instituted HR Club for additional exposures and additional inputs on
different topics. All clubs are actively organizing various activities
Institute also organized national and international conferences. Students actively
participate as student delegates and also contribute in different organizing
committees. Through the conferences students learn the practical exposures and
interact with industrial and academics experts. The institute also organizes industrial
visits, port visits and other activities like Jigysa-National Student Research Paper
contest, Pragya-National Summer Internship Project contest, Prayas-National Case
Analysis and presentation contest, etc. OJTs and summer training for 6-8 weeks is
also done by the students in industry.
For over all holistic development of the student, Institute has Holistic cell and Rotract club
where continuous activities are 459rganized. Institute has also a dedicated room as room of
silence for all such activities. Some major activities are Meditation camp,Art of Living
Classes,Yoga Classes,Spiritual tour and workshops,EMLs by renowned spiritual leaders to
name a few.
Apart from this the institute has a policy for inviting expert people for lectures, conducting
seminars, workshops and conferences. Institute has also well equipped two way video
conferencing facility through which institute conduct various expert lectures from Indian and
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outside India for students. Institute also organized symposium on different topics for students.
The Institute also has MOU with AISEC for foreign interns who interact with students and
have workshops to expose students to global scenario.
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes monitored?
The institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The institute has the policy of
defining the learning outcomes for each course by concerned faculty. The learning outcomes are
mentioned in the syllabus, information brochure and website of institute. The faculties appraise the
student of the learning outcomes of its programme during the induction programme held at the time of
admission of the student. Learning outcome of each course is discussed by faculty. The syllabus is
available in printed format for the students in the institute library. Students are required to study as per
syllabus and faculty members are required to teach as per the syllabus in the required lectures. The
session plan is prepared by the faculty to impart the knowledge that is essential to comply with the
learning outcomes. The institute has system of faculty program co-ordinators to ensure that the
session plan is adhered to.
To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded by faculty for
each course in each semester which are available to students through their student login online. The
internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total marks and is rigorous and continuous in nature. It
includes class test, online test, case presentations, seminar presentations, live wire, fish pond
presentations, comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to attendance in
internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment test for communication skills,
aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide them extra support by way of special classes.The
feedback received by faculty on the problems faced in internal schemes, attendance, syllabus, etc are
received through faculty meetings held before each semester to discuss the same and necessary steps
are taken to reduce the same. The student’s faculty feedback is collaborated and given to the
concerned faculty. In case, it is below the expected level, the head of the institution discuss the
feedback with the faculty concerned.
The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is compared with
past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively reflected in student results. The
score of aptitude and language tests are used to provide students with supportive classes in specific
areas. The feedback of industry at the time of summer training/ placements is discussed with the
placement officer and support in specific areas is provided to the students.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
The institute has a rotract club called PIMR Rotract Club which is registered with Rotary
International. The institute also has NSS Chapter. On this platform a wide number of activities are
organized for students and faculties like seminars on important issues such as AIDS awareness,
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female feticide, environmental protection, cerebral cancer, blood donation camps are also conducted
in connection with the local health units and hospitals. Fund raising activities are conducted and funds
so raised are donated to orphanages, old age homes, schools for underprivileged children, Laptops for
teaching deaf children, hearing aid for deaf and dumb children etc.
Seminars for students and faculties on important issues such as AIDS awareness, female feticide, and
environmental protection. Blood donation camps are also conducted in connection with the local
health units and hospitals. Moreover, under the coordination of faculty members, student members of
the Rotaract Club and NSS are regularly deputed for offering services for needy ones in the society.
The institute promotes institution neighborhood network through Holistic Center, Rotaract Club and
NSS which allows faculty as well as students to pursue activities for community development. The
faculty members are nominated by the Institute as Programme Officers in NSS and Faculty
Coordinator for Rotaract Club. They plan activities to be undertaken for the year as per the prepared
time table. The management supports these activities. The outreach programs of the college aim at
community development and sensitization of the community towards social responsibilities. Thus,
students and faculty members are motivated to take initiatives in community services.
The extension activities complement student academic learning by making students of environmental
issues, health services, and importance of education and teaching skills.
Environmental: On the part of environmental conservation measure, tree plantation is organized
almost every year. Last two tree plantation activities were conducted on 13 Aug. 2012 and on 03 Sept.
2011.
Health Services: The students are encouraged to participate in various rallies, awareness programs
and campaigns in relation to various activities. The college has organized so many campaigns and
awareness programs for many health related needs of the community.
The various programs organized are:





Free camp of skin and hair treatment on 22nd November 2013
Workshop on Cervical Cancer awareness on March 23rd 2007
Awareness on swine flu on 17th August 2010
Dental Disease awareness and Dental checkup program for PIMR faculties on 25th May 2009
Workshop on Female Feticide awareness on Feb 4th 2014.
Workshop on AIDS awareness Feb 4th 2014.
36. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
In order to enhance creativity and scientific temper amongst the learners, the students are provided
various platforms to showcase and nurture their creative and analytical skills. The institute has a
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transparent system where all students are informed about activities, chapter, clubs etc. All the
students are encouraged to participate in the activities both inside and outside the institute. The
students have a free hand in the activities of students clubs which organizes plan and execute
activities which student feels they need to learn and develop. The students are also encouraged to
participate in the rotary and NEN cell where social program and entrepreneurial activities are
promoted.
The faculty members motivate the students to participate in the youth festival and cultural activities to
encourage the artistic temper among the students. Some of the beyond scholarly activities organized
by the department include:

Spardha (Annual Sports Competition)

Manthan (Annual Student Management Festival)

Blood Donation Camps, Tree Plantation,Old
orphans,Donation of old clothes in slum areas.

Shore (Student Farewell)

Teachers Day

Republic Day

Janmashtami

Independence Day

Ganesh Chaturthi
Age
Home
Visits,Visit
to
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies.
Give details.

MBA(FT) is accredited by NBA (letter dated June 8,2012)

NS-EN ISO 9001:2008/ISO 9001:2008

The institute regularly participates in the surveys done by the reputed
Newspapers, Magazines and the institute has consistently been ranked in the
upper edge of top ranking B-Schools in the nationwide surveys conducted by
different agencies and magazines like Business Today, Business World, Ministry
of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB, Careers360,
Business India, Competition Success, Yuva, Education Expo TV, Dalal Street
Journal, The Week Mars, SiliconIndia, Chronical Publication, MBA
UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore and Outlook – which has enabled the
Institute to achieve significant position amongst B-schools in the country.
B –School Ranking From 2009-13
S.
Name of the Magazine/Journal
Vol.
Issue
No.
Date/Month
Ranking
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No.
/Remark
1
Business India
825
1 November,2009
A+
2
Open
24
18,September 2009
30
3
Business India
850
October 4-17,2010
A+
4
Competition Success Review
XLVII
05
November 2010
39
5
Business World
31
06
21-27 June 2011
36
7
Competition Success Review
XLVIII
05
November 2011
8
Business World
32
06
19-25 June 2012
9
Competition Success Review
XLIX
05
November 2012
01
32 (B School of
Excellence)
34
29 (B School of
Excellence)
04 ( In Central Region)
03 ( Top B School by
State)
10
Business India
905
November 25,2012
A+
11
Business World
32
49
2-15 July 2013
26
12
Out Look
LIII
39
1-7 October 2013
39
13
The Week
31
44
November 03,2013
49 ( Private B School )
24 ( In West Zone )
38.Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of the
department:
Strengths:

Out of 04 programs 03 are P.G. programs and 01 U.G. program.MBA (FT) is Accredited by
NBA..
•
Conducive working environment for faculty. Better retention of faculty.
•
Constant encouragement given to faculty members to pursue research and Ph.D.

Student centric learning atmosphere.
• Highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty members.
Weaknesses:
463

Majority of students are from rural areas, hence proficiency in English is an issue.
Opportunities:

Development of web based online courses.

Indore is a fast developing city like metro, top industries may come to the city for
providing impetus to job opportunities.
Challenges:

Students with diverse background.

There is a need to start Modular courses at degree level and post graduate level
however regulatory restrictions make this challenging.

There is a dirth of good faculty in all areas of management.
39.Future plans of the department:

The department is planning to have M.M.S. (five years) Integrated program after class
XII.

The department plans to introduce programs in Law.
464
Marketing Department
465
Evaluative Report of the Marketing Department
40. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Department of Marketing. Established in the year 2007.
41. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
The courses offered are MBA ( Marketing Management) , Master of Mass
Communication (MMC), Post Graduate Diploma in Event and Public Relation(PGDEPR)
and Diploma in Event Management(DEM)
42. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
Papers of other discipline are also taught in courses coming under department.
S.No. Name of the Subjects
Course
Semester
Department
1
Organizational Behaviour
MBA(MM)
First
HR
2
Accounting For Marketing Managers
MBA(MM)
First
Finance
3
Information Technology For Managers
MBA(MM)
First
Systems
&
QT
4
Statistical
Methods
For
Business MBA(MM)
First
Economics
Decisions
5
Human Resource ManagementT
MBA(MM)
First
HR
6
Finanacial Management
MBA(MM)
Second
Finance
7
Operations Management
MBA(MM)
Second
Systems
&
QT
8
Quantitative Techniques
MBA(MM)
Second
Systems
&
QT
9
E-Business Fundamentals
MBA(MM)
Second
Systems
&
QT
10
Development
and
Management
Of MBA(MM)
Third
Information Syastems
Systems
&
QT
11
Financial Services
MBA(MM)
Third
Finance
12
Entrepreneurship
MBA(MM)
Third
HR
13
Advanced IT Tools
MBA(MM)
Fourth
Systems
&
QT
466
14
Basics Of Human Resource
MMC
Second
HR
15
Media Law and Ethics
MMC
Third
HR
16
Financial Management
MMC
Third
Finance
17
Event Accounting
PGDEPR
First
Finance
18
Crisis Management
PGDEPR
First
HR
19
Event Accounting
DEM
First
Finance
43. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
The courses offered are following semester credit system
44. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
The faculties of the department teaches not only course offered by other department but
also help in the development of curriculum of the other departments and is in regular
touch with the other department
S.No. Name of the course
Course
Semester
Department
1
Marketing Management
MBA(FT)
First
HR
2
Consumer Behaviour
MBA(FT)/(PT)
Third/Fourth HR
3
Sales and Distribution Management
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fourth HR
(PT)
4
Advertising and Sales Promotion
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fourth HR
(PT)
5
Direct and Event Marketing
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fourth HR
(PT)
6
Rural Marketing
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fourth HR
(PT)
7
Retail Management
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fourth HR
(PT)
8
Customer Relationship Management
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fifth
HR
Third/Fifth
HR
(PT)
9
Service Marketing
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
10
Marketing of services
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fourth HR
(PT)
11
12
Consumer
Behaviour
and
Sales MBA(FT)/
Management
(PT)
Product Management and Strategies
MBA(FT)/
Third/Fifth
HR
Fourth/Fifth
HR
(PT)
467
13
Strategic Brand Managemnt
MBA(FT)/
Fourth/Fifth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
Fourth/Fifth
HR
Fourth/Sixth
HR
(PT)
14
Principles of Public Relation
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
15
Corporate Communication
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
16
Internet Marketing
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
17
Marketing Strategies
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
18
Industrial Marketing
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
19
International Marketing
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
20
Global Marketing
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
21
Product and Brand Managemnt
MBA(FT)/
(PT)
22
Marketing Management
MBA(FA)
First
Finance
23
Service Marketing
MBA(FA)
Second
Finance
24
Marketing Management
MBA(PA)
First
HR
25
Marketing Management
MBA(IB)
First
Economics
26
International Marketing
MBA(IB)
Second
Economics
27
International
Third
Economics
Marketing
Research MBA(IB)
and Consumer Behavior
28
Industrial and service Marketing
MBA(IB)
Fourth
Economics
29
Marketing Management-I
BBA
Second
HR
30
Marketing Management-II
BBA
Third
HR
31
Marketing Research
BBA
Fourth
HR
32
Consumer Behaviour
BBA
Fifth
HR
33
Retail Marketing
BBA
Fifth
HR
34
Advertising & Media Management
BBA
Sixth
HR
35
Global Marketing
BBA
Sixth
HR
36
Marketing Management
BCOM
Fifth
Finance
37
Advertising and Sales Management
BFT
Fourth
Economics
468
45. Number
of
teaching
posts
sanctioned
and
filled
(Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professor
-
-
Associate Professors
2
2
Asst. Professors
10
10
46. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialisation (D.Sc./D.Litt./
Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of Years of
No.
of
Ph.D.
Experience
students guided in
the last 4 years
Dr. Ajit Upadhyaya
Dr.
Vipin
Choudhary
PhD
Associate Professor
CB,
RM,
SBM,
(Mgmt),MBA(Mkt),
Retail Mgmnt,
MSc(Phy)
Advertising
PhD(Mgmt),MBA(
Associate Professor
Mkt),MSc(Math)
MR,Research
14
08
13
08
08
NA
08
NA
07
NA
Methods,Servi
ce
Marketing,CB
Dr. Pragya Keshari
Ph D., MBA (APR)
Assistant Professor
Advertising
Management,
International
Marketing
Marketing
Management,
Service
Marketing
Mr Manish Joshi
MBA(Mkt),
Assistant Professor
Advertising
B.Sc(Micro
Management,I
Biology)
nter.Mkt,Servi
ce Mkt
Ms Nidhi Sharma
M.B.A (Marketing)
Assistant Professor
Adv&Sales , CB,
Marketing
Strategies
&
469
Retailing
Ms
Khushboo
M.B.A (APR)
Assistant Professor
Marketing
Makwana
04
NA
07
NA
13
NA
03
NA
05
NA
01
NA
01
NA
Strategies,
CB,
Retail
Management
Dr. Raju C. John
PhD
(Mass
com),MA
(Mass
Assistant Professor
Advertising,
sales,
Event,Public
,Eng)
Relation,
Devlmnt
Communicatio
n,
Editorial
Feature
Writing
Dr.
Satnam
Kour
Ubeja
Ph.D.M.B.A.
(Mktg),
Assistant Professor
Sales
M.Sc
and
Distribution
(Maths)
Management
Product Policy
Management,
Retail
Management
Marketing
Management
Ms Arpita Patel
MSc(Elect
Assistant Professor
Retail,
Sales,
Media),BSc(ElectM
Product
edia)
Advertising
Mgmnt,
,Electronic Media
Mr Devendra Jain
MBA(Mkt),
Assistant Professor
MA(Economics)
Service Marketing,
Consumer
Behaviour
Ms.Swati sabhrawal
Masters
of
Mass
Assistant Professor
Media, BJMC
Corporate
Communication,
Journalism,
New
Media
Technology,Adverti
sing
Mr Pranay Karnik
MBA
(Mkt)
M.Phil( Psychology)
Assistant Professor
Mkt
Management,
Sales, Advertising
470
47. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Programme-wise information
Programme
% age of Classes taken by Temporary
Faculty
MBA(MM)
27%
MMC
35%
48. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
PROGRAMME
STUDENT TEACHER RATIO
MBA(MM)
15:01
MMC
30:01
10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned
and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Administrative
45
45
Technical Staff
7
7
11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and
grants received project-wise.
Ongoing Minor Research Projects
Project Title
Role
of
Women
Faculty
Entrepreneurship
Economic Development of M.P.
in Dr.
Cost
Vipin Rs. 53000/-
Choudhary
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
471
Applied Major Research Project to ICSSR
S.No Project Title
1
Faculty
Marketing Strategies for Retails Market in Dr. Ajit Upadhaya
Urban Economy
and
Prof.
Manish
Joshi
2
Innovative Marketing Strategies For Small And Prof. Pragya Keshari
Medium Enterprise Working In Indore Region
13. Research facility / centre with

State recognition: The research centre was recognized with Devi Ahilya
Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the university is recognized with UGC.

National recognition: The research centre for PhD was affiliated with Devi
Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the university is recognized with UGC.
14. Publications:
Faculty Name
National
Internati
Peer
onal
Reviewed
PeerRevi
Journal
ewed
Mono Chapt
Edit
Book
nu
graph er(s) in ing
s with ber
s
ISBN
Books
Boo
ks
list
d,
Journal
Dr. Ajit Upadhyaya
17
16
-
31
02
02
NI
Dr. Vipin Choudhary
-
01
01
07
01
01
Nil
Dr. Pragya Keshari
03
08
05
01
01
Nil
Mr Manish Joshi
-
04
-
09
-
-
NI
Ms Nidhi Sharma
03
-
-
08
-
-
NI
Ms Khushboo Makwana
01
-
-
05
-
-
Nil
Dr. Raju C. John
04
-
-
-
-
-
Nil
472
Ms Satnam Kaur Ubeja
03
01
03
-
-
Nil
Ms Arpita Patel
-
-
-
-
-
-
NI
Mr Devendra Jain
-
-
-
01
-
-
Nil
Ms.Swati Sabhrawal
-
-
-
01
-
-
Nil
TOTAL
31
30
01
70
04
04
Nil
Dr Ajit Upadhyaya
Paper Publications in National Journal
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla and Deepak Modi (2013), “Impact of Profession On
Customer Satisfaction For Corporate Hospitals Services- An Empirical Investigation ”,
ANVESHA,Vol 6, No 3,july-september,pp 07-13,ISSN No
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla and Deepak Modi (2013), “Income Effect On Customer
Satisfaction For Corporate Hospitals Services- An Empirical Investigation ”, GITAM
Journal of Management,Vol 11, No 1,pp 90-100,ISSN No ISSN 0972-740X
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla (2012),“ Age Effect On Consumer Preferences For
Multinational Fast Food Retail Outlet ”, Journal Of Management and Technology,Vol 1,
No 1,pp 16-25,ISSN No 2319-5258
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev Shukla (2012),“Consumer Preferences For Multinational fast Food
Retail Outlets ”,Prabandhan & Taqniki,Vol 6/August,pp 90-94,ISSN No 0974-8563
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla, Ashutosh Vyas(2011), “Home Loan Customers Income
Effect On Fluctuating Rate Of Interest: A Perceptual study”,Mangalmay Journal Of
Management
&
Technology(In Collaboration with:Lincoln
University of
The
Commonwealth System of Higher Education,Pennsylvania,USA),July-December 2011
,Vol.5, No.2,pp 1-8(PRINT ISSN :0973-7251, ONLINE ISSN:2230-729X)
473
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla,Prabhat Dawani(2011), “Consumer behaviour towards
branded fast food retail outlets: A perceptual Study”,Indian Retail Review,January,Special
Issue,pp 47-60(ISSN 0972-8678)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla,Neha Jain(2011), “Work status effect on visitors priorities
for organized apparel stores”,Indian Journal of Commerce & Management Studies,VolII,No 2,Issue-1,pp 12-23(ISSN 2229-5674)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla,Neha Jain(2010), “Job satisfaction of women employed in
management and engineering education –A comparative study”,Aatmbodh,Vol.VII,No 2,pp
17-22(ISSN 0972-1398)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla,Mukesh Verma(2010), “Viewers affective reactions to the
‘Surf Excel’ advertisements”, SIMER PRAGATI,Vol-II,Issue-IV,April-June,pp 1522(ISSN- 0974-2018)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev Shukla and Pradeep Bhatt (2010),“Technology Transfer in the
purview of the World Trade Organization (WTO)”,Prabandhan & Taqniki,Vol
4/oct,pp142-145,ISSN No 0974-8563
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla,Kratika Shrivastava(2010), “Buyers perceptual study on
fresh food and grocery organized convenience retail store” ,Pace, vol 1,no1, jan
2010,
pp1
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla(2009), “A Study on Internet Banking Users and
Issues”,Journal of Business Solutions,Vol 2,No 1& 2,jan-Dec2009,pp 82-89
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2009),“A study of consumer perception on organized
grocery retail store”,Prabandhan & Taqniki,Vol 3/oct,pp89-91,ISSN No 0974-8563
 Upadhyaya Ajit,Rajeev Shukla(2008) , “Perceptual Mapping Of Desired Leadership Skills
in New Era”,SIMER PRAGATI,July-Sept,2008,pp1
 Upadhyaya Ajit,Anadi Upadhyaya,Niraj Vijaybargiya (2007), “The Changing Dynamics of
Indian Retail Sector”, MANAGEMENT EFFIGY,2007
474
Cases In Monographs
 Upadhyaya
Vipat(2011),
Ajit,
Prashant
Sharma,Mamta
Pandey,Simardeep
Kaur,
R.K.
“Achieving Manufacturing Excellence Through ABLP”, Cases In
Management(PIMD Monographs Series),1/2011,Vol 1, Issue 1,pp 62-66.
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Anukool M. Hyde, Shweta Pingle, Gourav singh, Radhika shastri
(2010), “Magnet International Ltd: Mansion Built On Sand”, Cases In ManagementIndian Experiences(PIMR Monographs Series),23/2010,January,pp 28-29.
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Akanksha shah, Rajeev Shukla, Digambar Negi (2010), “Sweat
Tale Of Sweet Taste”, Cases In Management-Indian Experiences(PIMR Monographs
Series),23/2010,January,pp 38-40.
 Upadhyaya
Ajit,
Deepak
Jaroliya,Unmesh
Mandloi,R.K.
Sharma(2010),
“Benchmarking By Own: A Unique Approach”, Cases In Management-Indian
Experiences(PIMR Monographs Series),23/2010,January,pp 52-53.
Paper Publications in international Journal
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla, Virendra Singh(2013), “Education Effect On
Home Buyers Perception Towards Residential Real Estate Services”, World
Academic Journal Of Managemnt World Acad.J.Manag.01 1040(2013),pp 1040-11040-7(ISSN 2321-905X)(Worldacademics.org)(Accepted: 11 july 2013)(Online
Journal)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla(2013),
“Gender Effect On Customer’s
Perception For 3G Mobile services”, World Academic Journal Of Managemnt
World
Acad.J.Manag.01
1001(2013),pp
1001-1-1001-4(ISSN
2321-
905X)(Worldacademics.org) (Accepted: 11 july 2013) (Online Journal)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla(2013),
“Determinants of Customers’
Satisfaction for Stock Broking Services- An Empirical Analysis”, Pacific
Business Review International (www.pbr.co.in)January, 2013 ,Vol.5, Issue 7,pp 7483(ISSN 0974-438X)
475
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla(2012),
“Factoring Customers’ Perception
Towards Organic Foods”,Review of Business & Technology Research(An
International Journal of Business & Technology research,MTMI,USA),December,
2012 ,Vol.8, No.1,pp 134-142(ISSN 1941-9414)(CD-Publication)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv Shukla, Poonam Porwal (2012),
“Consumer Awareness and
Purchase Intention for Organic Foods”,International Journal Of Retailing and Marketing,
(An International Bi-annual Refereed Journal) July 2012 ,Vol.4, No 2 ,pp 129-138(ISSN
0976-318X)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla, Pradeep Bhatt(2011),
“Green Marketing: A Market
Segmentation Strategy”,Review of Business & Technology Research(An International
Journal of Business & Technology research,MTMI,USA),July 2011 ,Vol.4, No.1,pp 663668(ISSN 1941-9414)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla, Samiksha Jain (2011), “FII Equity Investment and Indian
Capital Market-An Empirical Investigation”,Pacific Business Review International(A
Refereed Quarterly Journal),Jan-March 2011 ,Vol.3, Issue.3,pp 62-69(ISSN 0974-438X)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla(2011),
“TPM Effectiveness : An Operational
Study”,Prestige International Journal Of Management And Research,July 2010
&January2011,Vol-3 &4, Number 2&1,pp 35-42(ISSN 0974-6080)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev Shukla,Akanksha Shah, Digambar Negi(2011), “ Sweat Tale of
Sweet Taste”, Prestige International Journal Of Management And Research,July 2010
&January2011,Vol-3 &4, Number 2&1,pp 78-79(ISSN 0974-6080)
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla(2011), “Environmental Concerns and influences on Green
consumers: An Empirical study”, JM International Journal Of Marketing Mnagement
(JMIJMM),January-February 2011,Vol-1,Issue 2,pp 138-145(ISSN 2230-701X , ONLINE
2229-4570)
476
 “Extending Arms:A Solution To Market Intricacy” by Ajit Upadhyaya,Swami Prasad,Ms
Monaca Howaldar,Ms Monica Garg . Included in European Case Clearimg House. –
www.ecch.com;308-029-8(M.pdf 110k) and 308-029-1(M.pdf 130k)
 Upadhyaya Ajit,Deepak Jaroliya,Unmesh Mandloi,R.K.Mishra(2010),BENCHMARKING:
A UNIQUE APPROACH, Prestige International Journal of Management and Research,
Vol.2(2), july 2009 & vol.3(1),jan 2010 ,pp75-77,ISSN 0974-6080
 Upadhyaya Ajit,A.M.Hyde,Shweta Pingle,Radhika Shastri(2008) ,“Magnet International
Ltd”,Prestige
International
Journal
of
Management
and
Research,july
2008,jan2009,Vol1&2,pp99-100,ISSN 0974-6080
E-PUBLICATION:
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2008). “Catalytic effect of ICT kiosk in rural
transformation-A case of ITC e-choupal” ,Paper Presented and Published in Electronic
Abstract in IIM Indore Conference on “Globalization and Emerging Economies” , August
11-13, 2008”
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2010). “Prospects of women empowerment in Indian
IT-BPO
Industry”
Management,March
(CD,International
Conference
16-18,2010;Organized
by
on
IMT
Technology
and
Dubai,Infoms
&
Business
AIMS
International,ICTBM-10)
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2010). “Retail investor’s perception of credit rating for
making investment decisions” (CD,International Conference on Technology and Business
Management,March
16-18,2010;Organized
by
IMT
Dubai,Infoms
&
AIMS
International,ICTBM-10)
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2010). “Role of cottage industry in rural employment
in India” (CD,International Conference on Technology and Business Management,March
16-18,2010;Organized by IMT Dubai,Infoms & AIMS International,ICTBM-10)
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2010). “Challenges in supply chain management in
India” (CD,International Conference on Technology and Business Management,March 1618,2010;Organized by IMT Dubai,Infoms & AIMS International,ICTBM-10)
477
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Khushboo Makwana and Rajeev Shukla(2012). “Fusion: - Riding on
events”,Sr 1, Pdf, CD, Third International Case Conference Proceeding(ICC 12) November
29-1st December,2012;Organized by IMT Nagpur in International Centre, GOA.
Case In ECCH:
 “Extending Arms: A Solution To Market Intricacy” by Ajit Upadhyaya,Swami Prasad,Ms
Monaca Howaldar,Ms Monica Garg . Included in European Case Clearimg House. –
www.ecch.com;308-029-8(M.pdf 110k) and 308-029-1(M.pdf 130k)
 Does Money Really Matter?(case in ECCH-European case clearing House) 414-0401
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120720;
414-040-
8 http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120721;
 First Gear and Thousand Miles?(case in ECCH-European case clearing House)
314-085-1 http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120712;
314-085-
8 http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120713
Cases In International Journal:
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev Shukla,Akanksha Shah, Digambar Negi(2011), “ Sweat Tale of
Sweet Taste”, Prestige International Journal Of Management And Research,July 2010
&January2011,Vol-3 &4, Number 2&1,pp 78-79(ISSN 0974-6080)
 Upadhyaya Ajit,Deepak Jaroliya,Unmesh Mandloi,R.K.Mishra(2010),BENCHMARKING:
A UNIQUE APPROACH, Prestige International Journal of Management and Research,
Vol.2(2), july 2009 & vol.3(1),jan 2010 ,pp75-77,ISSN 0974-6080
 Upadhyaya Ajit,A.M.Hyde,Shweta Pingle,Radhika Shastri(2008) ,“Magnet International
Ltd”,Prestige
International
Journal
of
Management
and
Research,july
2008,jan2009,Vol1&2,pp99-100,ISSN 0974-6080
Chapters In Books with ISBN No.
Chapters in Books (Paper Publication in International Conference)
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv k Shukla(2014). “Gender Effect on Celebrity Endorsement For
Mobile Phones”,Managing People,Processes and Environment For Global Prosperity, pp
343-347
Excel Books, First edition: New Delhi,ISBN: 978-93-5062-359-6
(Paper
478
Presented in International Conference -2014 at Jan 31-01,2014 Organized by PIMR,Indore
M.P.)
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv k Shukla(2013). “Age Effect on Celebrity Endorsement For
Mobile Phones”,Innovative Business Practices For Creating Values in Global Era, pp 1-3 ,
Modi Printer, First edition: Indore,ISBN: 978-81-928537-0-5
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv k Shukla(2013). “Gender Effect On Mobile Phone users’
Switching Behaviour and Their Satisfaction Level”, Business Management
Information technology ,pp 343-347
93-5062-253-7
and
, Excel Books, First edition: New Delhi,ISBN: 978-
(Paper Presented in Second International Conference PrCon-2013 at Feb
08-09,2013 Organized by PIM Dewas, M.P.)
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv Shukla and Anadi Upadhyaya (2012). “A Study On Visitors
Purchasing Preferences For Colour and Camera(C & C) Cell Phones”, Innovative Business
Practices For Creating Values In Global Era(Conference Proceedings Released On The
Occasion Of Second Internationa Conference Organized by Acropolis Faculty Of
Management and research ,27th Dec,2012) ,pp82-84
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv k Shukla(2012). “Occupation effect on customers’ satisfaction
for corporate hospital services”, Business Innovations and entrepreneurship :transforming
world economy ,pp414-420, Excel Books, First edition: New Delhi,ISBN:978-93-5062004-5
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv k Shukla(2011). “Impact of store and demographics on visitors’
priorities for organized apparel stores”,Value creation for competitive differentiation
emerging trends in HRM and Marketing ,pp242-250, Excel Books,First edition:New
Delhi,ISBN:978-81-7446-928-1
 Upadhyaya Ajit , Rajeev Shukla and Kratika Shrivastava(2010). “Educational Effect on
Buyer’s
Perception:A
Study
on
Organized
Convenience
Grocery(OCG)Retail
Store”,Managing in the New World Order-Strategies for Sustainable Business
Development, ,pp395-408, Excel Books,First edition:New Delhi
 Upadhyaya
Ajit , Nidhi Sharma and Rajeev Shukla (2010). “Gender Effect on
Consumers:Green Marketing Issues and Practices, ,Managing in the New World Order479
Strategies for Sustainable Business Development, ,pp409-419, Excel Books,First
edition:New Delhi
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2009). “A Study on Rural and Urban Cell
Users’Behaviour for Mobile Handset Functions”, Paper Presented and Published in
conference Proceedings of 3rd IIM AHMEDABAD conference on “Marketing paradigms
for emerging Economies” jan 07-09,2009, pp27.
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajeev Shukla(2009). “Role of age and Rural Transformation-a case
of ITC Kiosk,Paper Presented and Published in conference proceeding of 2nd
IIM
KOZIKODE conference on” Conference on “marketing to rural consumer”, April 0709,2009, pp447-459.
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv Shukla(2009).“A Study on Visitors Purchasing Preferences For
Colour and Camera Cell Phones”,Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global
Practices,pp585, Excel Books,First edition:New Delhi
 “Upadhyaya Ajit and Nidhi Sharma (2009).“Key Factors Shaping Retail Store Choice
behaviour-A Review”, Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices,pp673,
Excel Books,First edition:New Delhi
Chapters in Books (Paper Publications in National Conference)
 Upadhyaya Ajit,Ritu Ahluwalia and Deepak Shrivastava(2012). “Consumer Perception
about M-Commerce: An Empirical Study”,IT Enabled Marketing Practices For Global
Business Organizations,pp208-214, Excel Books,,First Edition:New Delhi,ISBN:978-935062-121-9
 Upadhyaya Ajit,Rajiv Shukla and Anadi Upadhyaya(2012). “Gender Effect on Factor
Criticality For E-Banking Adoption and Implementation”,IT Enabled Marketing Practices
For
Global
Business
Organizations,pp150-157,
Excel
Books,,First
Edition:New
Delhi,ISBN:978-93-5062-121-9
480
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv Shukla(2011). “Level of awareness of internet bankingusage:An
empirical study”,Information and communication
technologies enhancing business
competencies through innovative practices,pp70-76, Excel India Publishers,,First
Impression:New Delhi,ISBN:978-93-81361-29-0
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Nidhi Sharma,Shailendra Singh and Upendra singh Panwar (2011).
“Study
Of
Awareness
Of
Green
Computer
Professionals”,Information and communication
among
IT
and
Non-
IT
technologies enhancing business
competencies through innovative practices,pp365-372, Excel India Publishers,,First
Impression:New Delhi,ISBN:978-93-81361-29-0
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv Shukla(2010). “A Study on factor criticality for e-banking
adoption and implementation”,IT initiatives for building creative organizsation,pp1-11,
Excel Books,First edition:New Delhi,ISBN:978-81-7446-884-0
 Upadhyaya Ajit and Rajiv Shukla(2010). “A Study on Income-wise Visitors’ Purchasing
Preferences for Colour and Camera(C&C)Cell Phones”Innovation and Adaptability,Twin
Engines of Sustained Growth,pp202-210, Excel Books,First edition:New Delhi,ISBN:97881-7446-833-8
 Upadhyaya
Dr Ajit, Dr Rajiv Shukla ,Poonam ojha (2010). “Amount of Loan and
Fluctuating Rate of Interest-Mapping Perceptions of Home Loan Customers”,Achieving
Development Goals,In Search For Organisational Excellence (conference Volume
on,Millennium Development Goals:challenges and Perspectives,National conference On
march 28,2009 by SVIM Indore)pp 17-21
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv Shukla ,Rajendra Jain(2010). “ Hyper Market Store Preferences:
Effect of Consumer Involvement” ,Managing Corporate Responsibility and Risk for
Synergizing Business Practices to Achieve Organizational Excellence, pp 438, Excel
Books,First edition:New Delhi
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv Shukla(2009).“Usefulness of Internet Banking-A perceptual
study”,IT innovations for organizational excellence,pp195, Excel Books,First edition:New
Delhi
481
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv Shukla ,Rajendra Jain(2009).“A study on agewise visitors’
purchasing preference for colour and camera(C&C) cell phones”, Strategies of Developing
Countries –Opportunities & Challenges,,pp135, Excel Books,First edition:New Delhi
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv Shukla(2008).“Preferences Regarding Color and Camera Cell
Phones:A Comparative Study of Working and Non-Working Visitors” ,IT Enabled
Practices and Emerging Management Paradigms,pp124,Excel Books,First edition:New
Delhi

Upadhyaya Ajit, Unmesh Mandloi (2008).“An Overview of E-Banking and its Core
Capabilities”,IT Enabled Practices and Emerging Management Paradigms,pp3,Excel
Books,First edition:New Delhi
Editing Books:
*Upadhyaya ajit,Bharti Motwani,Yogeshwari Phatak and R K Sharma(2012), “IT
Enabled Marketing Practices For Global Business Organizations”, Excell Books,
First Edition:New Delhi
*Phatak Yogeshwari, Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya (2010). “Managing in the
New World Order-Strategies for Sustainable Business Development”, Excel Books,
First Edition:New Delhi
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers:

“IT Enabled Marketing Practices For Global Business Organizations”,
Excell Books, First Edition:New Delhi(2012)

“Managing in the New World Order-Strategies for Sustainable Business
Development”, Excel Books, First Edition:New Delhi(2010)
Number listed in International database :
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajeev k Shukla and Deepak Modi (2013), “Impact of Profession On
Customer Satisfaction For Corporate Hospitals Services- An Empirical Investigation ”,
ANVESHA,Vol 6, No 3,july-september,pp 07-13
 Upadhyaya Ajit, Rajiv k Shukla, Ashutosh Vyas(2011), “Home Loan Customers Income
Effect On Fluctuating Rate Of Interest: A Perceptual study”,Mangalmay Journal Of
Management
&
Technology(In Collaboration with:Lincoln
University of
The
482
Commonwealth System of Higher Education,Pennsylvania,USA),July-December 2011
,Vol.5, No.2,pp 1-8(PRINT ISSN :0973-7251, ONLINE ISSN:2230-729X)
 “Extending Arms:A Solution To Market Intricacy” by Ajit Upadhyaya,Swami Prasad,Ms
Monaca Howaldar,Ms Monica Garg . Included in European Case Clearimg House. –
www.ecch.com;308-029-8(M.pdf 110k) and 308-029-1(M.pdf 130k)
 Does Money Really Matter?(case in ECCH-European case clearing House) 414-0401
http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120720;
414-040-
8 http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120721;
 First Gear and Thousand Miles?(case in ECCH-European case clearing House)
314-085-1 http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120712;
314-085-
8 http://www.thecasecentre.org/educators/products/view?id=120713
Dr Vipin Choudhary
1. Paper Publications in international Journal

Effect of Select Foreign Stock Market Indices on BSE Sensex In
International Journal of Review of Business & Technology Research, USA
(ISSN: 1941-9414), pp. 369-376.
Book Edited

Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity, Excel
Books, New Delhi, 2014 Editor by: Vipin Choudhary, Yogeshwari Phatak,
Raj Kishore Sharma, and Rajesh Jangalwa
(ISBN No. 978-93-5062-359-6)

Case in Management Indian Experiences, Edited Yogeshwari Phatak, Sachin
Mittal and Vipin Choudhary: PIMR Monographs Series 23/2010.
Status Paper
1. Status Paper on “Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant
Practices” (S.P. No. PIMR/2013/02)
Chapters in Books
483

“A study of Financial Performance of Companies Pre and Post Stock Split”
in “Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant
Practices”, Excel Books, New Delhi, 2013, pp. 3-17. (ISBN: 978-93-5062254-4)

“Gender as a Determinant of Choice of Tourist Destination: An Empirical
Study of Indian Tourist” in “Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation
– Emerging Trends in HRM and Marketing” Excel Books, New Delhi, 2011,
pp. 233-241. (ISBN: 978-81-7446-928-1)

“Mind Set – Thou Name is Genuine Brand”, in “Brand Building: The New
Survival Mantra…”, pp. 34-57 by IBMR, IPS Academy, Indore.
PAPERS IN MONOGRAPHS:

“Astute:
Value
Beyond
Time”,
“Cases
in
Management:
Indian
Experiences”, PIMR Monograph Series, Prestige Institute of Management
and Research, Indore, January 2010
Dr Pragya Keshari
Papers Published in International Journals:
•
Pragya Keshari and Narendra Kumar (2011). Purchase Decision Involvement: A Study of
Edible Oils. Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, 4 (1), January, 2011,
pp. 58-62.
•
Pragya Keshari, Amrita Singh Gemini, Richa Jain, and Kapil Jain. ICTSL: Metering Success.
Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, 80 – 82, Vol. 3(1), 2010.
•
Ranjana Patel, Pragya Keshari, Chandrashekhar Aronkar, Rajeev Shukla, and Asish Paareek.
Insured, Not Assured. Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, 82 – 83,
Vol. 2(2), 2009.
•
Alok Bansal, Pragya Keshari and Bhavna Sharma. Velocity III – Striving for
Success.
Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, 105-106, Vol. 2(1), 2009
•
Sapna Parashar, Ruchita Shandilya, Pragya Keshari, Mahendra Sharma and Ajay Prasher.
Retail One India Ltd.: Riding on Promotion. Prestige International Journal of Management
and Research, 94 – 98, Vol. 1(1), 2008.
Papers Published in National Journals
484
•
Pragya Keshari, Asha Jain and Sangeeta Jain (2012). Constituents of Advertising
Effectiveness: A Study of Select Service Advertisements. Journal of Services Research, 12
(2), pp.112-127.
•
Pragya Keshari, Santosh Dhar and Upinder Dhar (2010). Dimensions of Brand Image: A
Study of B-schools. Indian Journal of Training and Development, 40 (2), April-June, 2010,
pp. 22- 30.
•
Santosh Dhar, Abhay Daudkhane, Tripti Udawat, Pragya Keshari, and G. Ravi Kumar. Thrill
Bazar- A Success Story. Case Method in Management Education and Training- Text and
Illustrations. 99-105, Vol. I, 2007.
•
Pragya Keshari, Surbhi Vaish, Nitin Joshi, V. K. Gautam and Upinder Dhar. Confident of
Succeeding. Case Method in Management Education and Training- Text and Illustrations.
228-232, Vol. I, 2007.
•
Ashwini Sharma, Deepak Jaroliya, Pragya Keshari, Anchal Tyagi and P. D. Saini. Learning
From Flames. Prestige Journal of Management and Research, 114 – 117, Vol. 11(1), 2007.
•
Pragya Keshari, Surbhi Vaish, Nitin Joshi, V. K. Gautam and Upinder Dhar. Confident to
Succeed. Prestige Journal of Management And Research,114-118, Vol. 10 (1 & 2), 2006.
Chapters in Books:
•
Keshari, Pragya and Sangeeta Jain (2013). Dimensions of Consumer Response : A Study of
Rational and Emotional Advertising Appeals. In Proceedings of Seventh International
Conference on Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices,
held on January 30-31, 2013 in PIMR, Indore.
•
Keshari, Pragya and Priyanka Thakur (2010). Believability of Slice-of-Life Advertisements:
A Comparative Study of Male and Female Consumers. Proceedings of fourth International
Conference on Managing in the New World Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business
Development, held on January 30-31, 2010 in PIMR, Indore.
Books Edited
•
Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices (2013). Sachin
Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma (Eds.). New Delhi:
Excel Books.
Ms Khushboo Makwana
Publications in JOURNAL
485

Makwana Khushboo and Nidhi Sharma (2013). Impact Of Celebrity
Endorsement On The Purchase Behavior Of Consumer – A Comparative
Analysis Of Tata DOCOMO, Vodafone And Reliance” published in journal
VBR
Chapters in books

Khushboo Makwana, Nidhi Sharma,(2012). “Effect of Celebrity Endorsement
on the purchase behaviour of consumer.”, published in book “IT Enabled
Marketing Practices for Global Business Organizations”, edited by Ajit
Upadhaya, Bharti Motvani, Yogeshwari Phatak, R.K. Sharma Excell Books,
New Delhi, pp: 72-76.

Khushboo Makwana, karan Choubey (2014), Factors influencing the selection
of a restaurant: a student perception, published in book “Resonance of
Research”, edited by Shardha Haryani, Bharti Motvani, R.K. Sharma, Kanhya
Ahuja, pp 56-61

Dr.Swarnjeet Arora, Khushboo Makwana (2014). “Exploring Customer’s
Perception towards customer satisfaction in Mobile Telephony- a comparative
study.”, Presented in Eighth International conference “Managing people,
process, and environment for global Prosperity

Dr.Swarnjeet Arora, Khushboo Makwana (2013). “Gender differences in
customers
perception
towards
value
offered
and
service
quality.
Eenterpenurship Driver for economic Growth Excel Publications, New Delhi
ISBN 978935062332, pp 379-387
Mr Manish Joshi
Publication In International Journal:
* “Arcelor-Mittal: The Iron Merging into Steel” authored by Dr. Navindra Kumar Totala, Dr. Ira
Bapna and Manish Joshi in the journal Review of Business and Technology Research, Vol 2, No.1,
2009. ISSN 1941-9414 MTMI Conference, Indore, India, University of Maryland Eastern shore,
Frostburg State University USA.
* Sachin Mittal, Manish Joshi and Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu (2013) “Samadhan Housing Finance:
Action with Vision”, published online and uploaded on www.thecasecentre.org. by the Case Centre,
North America, USA. The case reference no. is 514-009-1.
* “Identifying Determinant Attributes Influencing Investor Preference in Buying Behaviour of Mutual
Funds” authored by Ira Bapna, Vishal Sood, Manish Joshi, Amit Joshi and Pallavi Sharma in the
486
journal Review of Business and Technology Research, Vol 4, No. 1, 2011. ISSN 1941-9414 MTMI
Conference, CH Institute of Management and Commerce, Indore, India.
*“Indian Health Insurance Sector: Factors Responsible For Growth” authored by Manish Joshi and
Dr. Navindra Kumar Totala in the journal Review of Business & Technology Research, Volume 9,
Number 1 ISSN 1941-9414 MTMI Conference, Indore, India, University of Maryland Eastern shore,
Frostburg State University USA.
Chapters In Books:
*Chapter title “Indian Health Insurance Business: A Cluster Analysis” authored by Dr.
Sachin Mittal and Manish Joshi in the Book “Managing People, Process and Environment for
Global Prosperity” ISBN:978-93-5062-359-6 International Conference, Prestige Institute of
Management and Research, Indore, India.
*Chapter title “Factors Influencing Online Buying of Health Insurance Policies” authored by
Manish Joshi, Dr. Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu and Dr. Navindra Kumar Totala in the journal
International Journal of Trends in Insurance Industry, Volume 3, issue 3, 2014. ISSN: 0976–
9721.
*Yogeshwari Phatak, Nitin Tanted, Manish Joshi and Pinky Talati (2010) Dancing to a New
Tune: A Case Study of MPSE, PIMR Monographs Series: Cases in Management Indian
Experiences, pp. 59-61.
*Chapter title “Mobile Marketing: A new Mantra” authored by Dr. Raj
Kishore Sharma,
Shine David and Manish Joshi in the book “Transcending Horizons through Innovative
Global Practices” edited by Alok Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, I.C.Gupta and Rajendera Jain
published by Excel Books, New Delhi (2009).
*Chapter title “ Reinsurance: Concept and Implementation” authored by Dr. Navindra Kumar
Totala, Dr. Sunita Totala and Manish Joshi presented at National Conference on Millennium
Development
Goals:
Challenges
&
Perspectives
.Shri
Vaishnav
Institute
of
Management(March,2009).
*Chapter title ” GIC Re: Performance and Challenges” authored by Dr. Navindra Kumar
Totala, Dr Ira Bapna and Manish Joshi presented at National Conference on Transforming
present Economic Challenges into Global prosperity held on June 11-12, 2009 at Department
of Management Programs, Maharaja Ranjit Singh College of Professional Sciences, Indore.
*Chapter title” Ethical Issues In Information and Communication Technology” authored by
Dr. Navindra Kumar Totala, Dr. Ira Bapna, Manish Joshi and Santosh Kumar Choube in the
487
book “ Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations” edited by Suyash Jhawar, Yogeshwari
Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma and Alok Bansal published by Excel Books , New Delhi(2010).
*Chapter title ”Telemedicine 2.0 in India: An Overview” authored by Dr. Shine David,
Manish Joshi and Sourabh Agrawal in the book “ Information and Communication
Technologies Enhancing Business Competencies through Innovative Practices” edited by
Kapil Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna Sharma and Deepak Jaroliya published by Excel
India Publishers, New Delhi(2011).
*Chapter title “A Study on the Export Potential of Soya, Leather and Textile from Madhya
Pradesh” authored by Manish Joshi, Anshul Diwakar, Rohit Maal and Rahul Kabra in the
book “ Gravity” edited by Raj Kishore Sharma and Nishant Joshi published by Sunrise
Publication, New Delhi(2011).
*Chapter title “Scrutinizing the Brunt of Economic Growth on CO2 Emissions in India”
authored by Manish Joshi, Divya Sharma, Shweta Ghanshani, Harshita Kankane in the book
“Gravity” edited by Raj Kishore Sharma and Nishant Joshi published by Sunrise Publication,
New Delhi(2011).
* Chapter title “FDI Stirring the Indian Economy-An Empirical Study In Post Liberalization
Era” authored by Ira Bapna, Manish Joshi, Deepesh Mahajan, Sapna Jain in the Journal of
Management Development & Research Volume II Issue 1, ISSN NO-2249-023X, June 2012
*Chapter title authored by Manish Joshi and N. K. Totala in the book ”Factors Affecting
Health Insurance Premiums” “ IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business
Organizations” edited by Ajit Upadhyaya, Bharti Motwani, Yogeshwari Phatak, R. K. Sharma
published by Excel India Publishers, New Delhi(2012).
*Chapter title authored by Manish Joshi and N. K. Totala in the book ” Exploring Buying
Decision of Consumer Towards Online Shopping” “Resonance of Research” edited by Sharda
Haryani, Bharti Motwani, Raj Kishore Sharma published by Excel India Publishers, New
Delhi(2012). ISBN: 978-93-83917-13-6.
*Chapter title
“Pre and Post Cross Border Merger Analysis with Reference to TATA-
CORUS” authored by Dr. Navindra Kumar Totala, Dr. Ira Bapna and Manish Joshi in the
journal of Fifth PIMR International Conference on Value Creation for Competitive
Differentiation: Emerging Business Models in the Global Economy held on January 30-31,
2011.
Ms Nidhi Sharma
488
Publication In Journals

Sharma Nidhi, Deepika Rathi and Ayush Sahu (2012). “Organized Retailing in
Rural India” published in e-jounal RJEBS, ISSN : 2251-1555, Vol No.10.

Mittal Sachin, Sharma Nidhi, Gupta Ratan lata and Holkar Smita (2010), “The
race for the Presidency” published in “SHARE Journal of Multidisciplinary
Research and Studies”, edited by Dr. Surendra Sisidia, Jaipur, Vol.1, Issue
No.2, ISSN 0976-4712, pp.95-96.
Chapters In Books
*Makwana Khushboo and Nidhi Sharma (2012). “Effect of Celebrity Endorsement on the
Purchase Behavior of Consumer – A Comparative Analysis” published in book “IT Enabled
Marketing Practices for Global Business Organizations”, edited by Ajit Upadhaya, Bharti
Motvani, Yogeshwari Phatak, R.K. Sharma Excell Books, New Delhi, pp: 72-76.
*Upadhyaya Ajit , Nidhi Sharma, Shailendra Singh and Upendra Singh Panwar (2011).
“Study of Awareness of Green Computer among IT and Non-IT Professional.”, published in
book “Enhancing Business Competencies Through Innovative Practices”, edited by Kapil
Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavana Sharma and Deepak Jaroliya, Excell Books, New Delhi,
pp: 365-372.
*Sharma Nidhi, Sunil Chichra, Anshuman Bakshi and Raj Kumar Ranjan (2011). “Factors
affecting Selection of Mobile Brands”, published in book Gravity, published by Sunrise
Publications, ISBN 978-93-80-966-09-0, pp 156-165.
*Sharma Nidhi, Gaurav Singh Chouhan, Shesh Raman Sharma and Jashndeep Singh Bagga
(2011). “Analysis of Potential of Internet Advertising on College going Youth of Indore
City”, published in book Gravity, published by Sunrise Publications, ISBN 978-93-80-96609-0, pp 177-193.
*Upadhyaya Ajit , Nidhi Sharma and Rajeev Shukla (2010). “Gender Effect on Consumers:
Green Marketing Issues and Practices,” ,Managing in the New World Order-Strategies for
Sustainable Business Development, Excel Books, First edition, New Delhi, ISBN :978-817446-815-4 ,pp 409-419
*Sharma Nidhi(2009).”Key Factors Affecting Retail Store Choice Behavior: A Review.”
published in book “Transcending Horizon on Innovative Global Practices”, edited by
Yogeshwari Phatak and Alok Bansal, Excell Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-708-9,
pp.673-680.
489
*Sharma Nidhi (2008). ”Internet Banking in India: An Overview.” published in a book ”IT
Enabled Practices and Emerging Management Paradigms“ edited by I.C.Gupta and Deepak
Jaroliya, Excell Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-676-1, pp.69-72
Dr Satnam Ubeja
PAPERS PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
*Ubeja Satnam & Bedia D.D (2012), ”Customer Satisfaction in Shopping Malls: An
empirical Study” Pacific Business Review International Journal vol. 5 Issue 2(Aug 2012).
PAPERS PUBLISHED IN NATIONAL JOURNALS
*Ubeja Satnam & Bedia D.D., Management Education in Madhya Pradesh An Overview,
Shodh , Pioneer Journal of IT & Management, Vol 7, No. 2 December 2011, PP 42-47.
Chapters In Books
*Ubeja Satnam,(2012) “A Study of mall Management in India”, Seventh National
Conference, IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business Organization, ISBN
No.978-93-5062-121-9.
*Ubeja Satnam & Thakre Amrita,(2012), “ A Study of Education Sector With Respect to
Service Industry” National Conference , The Role of Research and Innovative Practices to
Revamp the Management Education: An Indian Perspective, ISBN No. 978-93-81583-45-6,
Sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi.
*Ubeja Satnam & Bedia D.D. 2011, A Study of Impact of Advertising on Consumer
Purchasing Behavior, Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation (Emerging Business
Models in the Global Economy), Excel Book, ISBN No.978-81-7446-928-1.
*Ubeja Satnam & Bedia D.D.2010, Impact of Financial Crisis on Insurance and Banking
Sector (A comparative study) , Merging Paradigms and Practices in Business Management
& Technology, School Review of Business & Technology Research (RBTR) Volume 3, No 1,
*Ubeja Satnam & Bedia D.D. 2009, Impact of Meltdown Retail Sector Asian Countries (A
comparative study), Global Issues on Management and Technology, MTMI, Vol.2, Issue 4.
Dr.Raju C. John
490
PAPERS IN NATIONAL JOURNALS
*John C. Raju
and Dr. Parmar M.S. ,Qualitative Analysis of Environment
Communication In Newspapers: A Comparative Study: Communication Today Vol.12
(1)Jan 2010 pg 77-88
*John C. Raju and Dr. Parmar M.S., Coverage of Environment Aspects a study among
English Dailies: Media Watch Vol. 1(1) Jan.2010 pg 37-40.
*John C. Raju ,Readers participation in environment related issues: Samagam Vol.11 (7)
AUG pg 29-31
*John C. Raju , Carbon Trading News in English Daily: An Analysis: Samagam Vol. (4)
MAY pg 25-27
Mr. Devendra Jain
CHAPTER IN BOOK
*Blue Ocean Strategy - competing in turbulent times with reference to SAMSUNG mobiles
;(2012) ISBN-978-93-82062-02-08.
Ms Swati Sabharwal
CHAPTER IN BOOK

Pragya Keshri, Devender Jain, Farhat Ali Syed and Swati Sabharwal: ‘Effect
of Sales Promotion on Consumer Purchase Intention’ ;Managing People,
Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity.Excel Books.
15. Details of patents and income generated
The institute organize international conference and the conference proceedings is books published by
the departments are having a copyright.
Name of the Books
Income Generated (Rs.)
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, Excel Books, New 695*200 (Rs. 1,39,000)
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Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, Excel Books, New 595*200 (Rs. 1,19,000)
Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-928-1.
650*200 (Rs. 1,30,000)
491
IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’. Excel Books,
New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0).
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel Books, New 595*200 (Rs. 1,19,000)
Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-759-1).
Information and Communication Technologies – Enhancing 1800*200 (Rs. 3,60,000)
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Competencies
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Innovative
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Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity 750*200 (Rs. 1,50,000)
Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-359-6
IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business Organizations 495*200 (Rs. 99,000)
Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entreprenuership Excel Books, New Delhi 650*200 (Rs. 1,30,000)
ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for sustainable business 725*200 (Rs. 1,45,000)
Development Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-81-7446-815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vision, values and vibrant 695*200 (Rs. 1,39,000)
practices Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated :
Training:
S.No
Topic
Organization
Date & Income
Generated
1
2
Product Selling Techniques and India Post Deparment Central 17.03.2014 to
Positive Attitude Building for govt for MP Employee
08.04.2014(Rs
Professionals
50,000/)
Customer
Relationship India Post Deparment Central 17.03.2014 to
Management
govt for MP Employee
08.04.2014(Rs
50,000/)
3
Sales techniques
India Post Deparment Central 17.03.2014 to
govt for MP Employee
08.04.2014 (Rs
50,000/)
4
5
Positive Mental Attitude for Aagaz-NEN Cell
10.03.2014(Rs
Young Entrepreneurs
2,500/)
Mechanizing, Retail Product NSDC
24.02.2014 to
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Sales and Store Management
Ministry of Human Resource 10.03.2014(Rs
and Ministry of Finance, 2,500/)
Govt. of India
6
Positive Attitude for Women MP CON
Entrepreneurs
Ministry
26.02.2014 to
of
Science
and 26.03.2014(Rs
Technology, Govt. of India
7
Communication art
Rustamji
armed 23.01.2014(Rs
Forces,Airport Road indore
8
Positive Attitude for Corporate Institute
Professionals
9
Positive
Of
Entrepreneurs
2,500/)
for MP CON
Ministry
12.05.2013 to
of
Science
and 13.05.2013(Rs
Technology, Govt. of India
10
Scope of Health Insurance in Bajaj
Indian Market
11
Indian Market
12
Allianz
Health
Indian Market
2,500/)
Insurance 03.04.2013(Rs
Company Ltd
Scope of Retail Sector in Maharaja
College
2,500/)
Ranjit
of
2,500/)
General 04.04.2013(Rs
Insurance Company Ltd
Scope of Health Insurance in Star
2,500/)
Management 08.08.2013(Rs
Studies, DAVV
Attitude
2,500/)
Singh 11.01.2013
Professional (Rs 2,500/)
Studies
13
Scope of Retail Sector in Prestige
Indian Market
14
Management Dewas
Scope of Retail Sector in Prestige
Indian Market
Institute
Institute
Management And Research
of 09.01.2013(Rs
2,500/)
of 07.01.2013(Rs
2,500/)
17. Faculty recharging strategies
The institute promotes faculty members by providing
them following facilities:
a. Research : Institute promotes research by encouraging all faculty members to
attend seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and workshops
twice in a year. The grant includes registration fees, lodging, boarding,
travelling and dearness allowance. Faculty members are also sponsored for
attending international conferences outside India once a year. The faculty
members are also given research grant for the project undertaken by them.
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b. Academic leave: The institute has a provision for study leave which is given
to the faculty members for attending international and national conference
within and outside the country. Any faculty member who is nominated and
getting grant for attending conferences, workshops, seminar, etc are allowed
for study leave including departure and arrival day. Institute also has
provision to give leave for Ph.D. work and data collection to the faculty
members.
c. Nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars: All brochures
from various institutions for attending conferences, seminar and workshops
are circulated among all faculty members. Faculty members can apply to
director for nominating their name in a specific conference, seminar or
workshop based on their interest area. After receiving application from
faculty member director, nominate the faculty member and sponsor the
faculty along with academic leave.
d. In-service training: The institute regularly organizes seminars, workshops
like research methodology workshop, case writing workshops, Faculty
Development programs, and academic forums to provide in-service training
facility to all the faculty members. The faculty members are also given
facilities like library, laptops, access to international and national journals.
This provides faculty a platform to attend lectures of eminent personalities
from industry and academia on contemporary issues on management.
e.
Organizing national/international conferences: Institute continuously
organises national and international conferences. Every year institute
organizes international conference on 30th and 31st January. Since 2007,
institute has organized eight international conferences. Besides this Institute
has also organized 16 National Conferences.
f. Providing research grants : Institute provides research grants to all the
faculty members for attending seminars, conferences, quality initiative
programmes and workshops twice in a year. The grant includes registration
fees, lodging, boarding, travelling and dearness allowance. Faculty members
are also sponsored for international conferences outside India. The faculty
members are also given research grant for the project undertaken by them.
18. Student projects
 percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental – 100%
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries / institutes
–100%
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
 Faculty
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Dr Ajit Upadhyaya
 Interviewed by Program presenter in Radio- talk show on “Multi media ke doorgami
parinam” relayed by all India radio Indore in 2001
 Interviewed by Program presenter in a fifteen minutes radio talk at 1.30 PM relayed
by all India radio Bhopal in
December,2002 on “Upbhokta badi sanskriti par
pashchatya sabhyata ka prabhav”
 Interviewed by Program presenter in a twenty minutes radio talk during songs
intervals relayed by BIG FM 92.7 in october 2008 on “managerial learnings from
Lord Ganesh

“Incharge sals advisor for field selling persons six months project of neylons industry
in indore during feb-july,2004
 Paper setter and evaluators in DAVV Indore, Vikram University Ujjain, Barkatulla
University Bhopal and APS University Rewa and Rani durgawati university Jabalpur.
 National Debate Champion at University level
 Awarded by M.P. Vidhan sabha in Model Parliament Contest at Inter University
western Region contest.
 NSS 240 hours University certificate recipient.
 Training and consultancies to Arihant Hospital,Indore,PDI NGO Indore, SISI Indore
on marketing and communication, Armed Forces Training Academy Indore,
Government Engineering college Ujjain on PD and interviews, Indian Postal
department on CRM, Independent training to pharma and insurance sales persons at
indore and ujjain.
 Acted as Exam Superintendent for autonomous examination of MBA program at
Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore.
Events Organized as co-ordinator/Conference secretary -National Student management fest 2008 (700 students across the nation participated)
 National summer training project contest for student ,2009
 -International conference,2010
 National Case study analysis contest for student,2011

Two NATIONAL case writing Workshop,2011
 -National conference,2012
 -National Advertising Workshop,2014
 Industry institute Interface, 2014
 Article on “Brand extension strategies” published in “Free Press” English daily in
september,2004
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Dr Vipin Choudhary:
 He is a recognized Ph.D. Guide in Faculty of Management in Devi Ahilya
Vishwavidyalaya, Indore.
 He has been empanelled as paper setter and examiner by Devi Ahilya
Vishwavidyalaya, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore Barkatulla
Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal and others.
 He has acted as Exam Superintendent for autonomous examination of MBA program
at Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore.
 He is on the editorial board of Prestige International Journal of Management and
Research.
 He has conducted a training sessions for Platoon Commanders of Police at Rustamji
Police Training School, Indore.
 He has also completed all five Modules of EEC Course (Entrepreneurship Educators
Course), Foundation Course and Advanced course on Business Modeling and
Business Plan organized by NEN.
 He has been acted as member of Library Upgradation Committee of PIMR, Inodre.
 He has been Coordinator of Entrepreneurship Development Cell – Aaghaaz, PIMR in
association with National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN).
Dr Pragya Keshari:
 Coordinated 30-Days-NSDC-Retail Sales Associate-Level 4 Program.
 Assistant Superintendent for Examinations in 2010-11.
 Was on the panel of
evaluators for evaluating Summer Internship Projects of
Competition organized by Association of Indian Management Schools.
Mr Manish Joshi:

Organized sales training session for Indian Post , Aagaz-NEN Cell , NSDC Ministry
of Human Resource and Ministry of Finance, Govt. of India ; MP CON Ministry of
Science and Technology, Govt. of India , Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company
Ltd , Star Health Insurance Company Ltd .
 Co-ordinated PIMR admission cell.
 Co-cordinated autonomous Exam
 Co-ordinator academic section
 Co-ordinator professional development programs(Training cell of PIMR staff)
 Co-ordinated Extra Mural Lecture
 PIMR election Officer for students
 Incharge PIMR Girls and boys Hostel
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 Co-ordinated PIMR Discipline committee
 Co-ordinated Manthan National Management Fest for students.
Ms Nidhi Sharma:
 Received PIMR Best Faculty Award in February, 2012.
 Coordinated Placement UG from July 2011 to June 2012.
 Coordinated Annual Management Fest MANTHAN 2010.
Ms Khushboo Makwana:
 Co-ordinated Manthan 2011
 Coordinated Event Management Course
 Coordinated of external and internal events.
 Coordinated of Spardha 2010 (sports events)
 Member of Admission Committee since 2010
 Event Conceptualization and Execution (with some national level coverage)
 Conducted 10 days training for frontline employees of P&T Department at PIMR
 Presently Cordinator of Rotract Club
Dr. Satnam Kour Ubeja:
 Co-ordinated National level students events on Case study analysis and presentations
and summer internship projects ( Prayas and Pragya events)
Dr.Raju C. John
 Syllabus designed for IGNOU Community College certificate course on Advertising
,Public Relation ,Reporting , Rural Journalism and Editing.
 Co-ordinator of MMC program.
Ms Arpita Patel :
 Designed syllabus for the Program Master of Mass communication
 Coordinated various events such as Janmashtami, 15th Aug and Manthan (2012)at
PIMR, Indore
 Member of Admission Committee 2012
Mr. Devendra Jain:
 Co-ordinator of Marketing Forum “M-Hi”
Ms Swati Sabharwal
 Co-ordinator Faculty Club
 Life Member Madhya Pradesh Economic Association
Mr Pranay Karnik:
 Incharge training activities at PIMR Placement cell
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 Students : Awards/ Recognition received at National Level are given in tabular
form:
MBA MM Batch 2011-2013
ROLL OF HONOUR(PES Gold Medal)
S.NO
Name of Student
Class
1
Anupriya Modi
MBA MM
Gold Medalist 2010-12
S.NO
Name of Student
Class
1
VIDUSHI JOHARI
MBA -MM
2010-12
Prestige
Education
Society Gold Medal
PRSTIGE
2
VICE
CHAIRMAN'S
PRAYAS JAIN
MMC
GOLD MEDAL
MBA(MM) Batch 2010-2012
Certificate of Distinction
S.NO
Name of Student
%
Class
1
NIKITA LAHOTY
78.36
MBA -MM
2
PRANSHU BAJPAI
76.86
MBA -MM
3
HAPPY ARORA
76.67
MBA -MM
4
SHUBHAM TAMRAKAR
76.58
MBA -MM
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5
PRATIK PANJWANI
76.00
MBA -MM
6
PRASHANT DUBEY
75.94
MBA -MM
7
FALGUNI SHAH
75.61
MBA -MM
8
RAHUL RAMCHANDANI
75.28
MBA -MM
MMC Batch 2010-2012
Certificate of Distinction
S.NO
Name of Student
%
Class
1
ANUDEEP SINGH
74.89
MMC
Achievements of students in co-curricular, extracurricular activities and cultural activities at
different levels: University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc.
Academic Session – 2012- 2013
Sr.
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
2
MBA
Results
Organization Name
1
JK
Laxmipat SIP
University, Jaipur
(Prayas)
Contest 8th
September
III
Sem Participated
(MM)
2012
MBA
III Sem
(MM)
2
IIM , Indore
Mgmt
Aahvan
Fest, 26th-28th
5
MBA III (MM)
Participated
MBA III (MM)
Participated
MBA I (MM)
Participated
Oct,2012
499
3
Indore
Institute
25th
of Marathon
Law
6
MBA I (MM)
Participated
Nov,2012
Academic Session – 2011- 2012
Sr
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
AHAVAN’
Nov.
149
MBA(MM)-II
Based
2011
18-20,
.
Organization
Name
11
IIM, Indore
on
students
performance
2011
Institute
Workshop
recieved
Marketing/
Runner
TRISTAR
HR/Finance/Advertising
Trophy
4
Indian Institute Certificate
of
Head
Course
on Dec.
18
MBA(MM)-I
09
MBA(MM)-III
19
MBA(MM)-I
and Management of Cancer
Neck
24-27,
Centres
2011
Oncology,
Indore
in
collaboration
with
PIMR,
Indore
5
Radio
Mirchi Max Fashion Icon 2011
Dec.
98.3 FM
24, 2011
6
Indian Institute Certificate
of
Head
Course
on Feb
and Management of Cancer
Neck
Centres
2012
Oncology,
Indore
4-5,
in
collaboration
500
up
with
PIMR,
Indore
7
Acropolis
Enigma : The Annual Feb.
Faculty
of Management
Fest
2
–
16-18,
Management & Treasure Hunt
MBA(MM)-I
First Prize
MBA(MM)-I
Partcipated
2012
Research,
Indore
8
Acropolis
Enigma : The Annual Feb.
3
of Management Fest – Ad
Faculty
16-18,
Management & Mad Show
2012
Research,
I
Indore
9
Acropolis
Enigma : The Annual Feb.
Faculty
of Management
Fest
Management & Management Games
–
16-18,
07
2012
Research,
MBA(MM)-I
Indore
)
Partcipated
10
TATA Crucible TATA Group
March
Campus
27, 2012
Quiz
Competition
At DAVV, Indore
04
MBA(MM)-II
Participated
MBA(MM)-II
2012
Academic Session – 2010- 2011
501
Sr
Institute/
Event/Activities
Date
Students/Teams
Class/Semester
Results
MBA(MM)-III
Participated
.
Organization
Name
1
BITS, Pilani
NEN
Global August
21- Shuddha Jain
Conference of E- 22, 2010
Shrikant Budholia
Cell – 2010
International
B-Plan
Competition
3
Organized
by National Student Sep.
AIMA, Delhi at
Management
21-
22,2010
Ravi
Game-2010
Chameli
Devi
Shankar
Paliwal
Institute
of (Western
Management
& Prelim Round-I)
MBA(MM)-I
Zone
Pavan Kumar Patel
Research, Indore I
Sudeep Soni
Rahul Anand
Partcipated
7
Shri Jairam Bhai Avirat- Summer Oct.
Patel Institute of Training
Business
Management
29-30,
2010
Arun Kumar Ray
Competition
&
Participated
(National Event)
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
8
MBA(MM)-III
Shri Jairam Bhai Advitiya
Patel Institute of Business
Business
Management
Computer
– Oct.
29-30, Arun Kumar Ray
MBA(MM)-III
Participated
Plan 2010
Competition
&
(National Event)
Application,
Gandhinagar
502
9
Shri Jairam Bhai SARJAN – The Oct.
29-30, Arun Kumar Ray
MBA(MM)-III
Participated
Patel Institute of Creative Collage 2010
Business
Competition
Management
&
(National Event)
Computer
Application,
Gandhinagar
20.
Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national /
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
 Tenth National research Paper contest for students “Prayas” organized on January
31st , 2014 (Source of funding:Self financed)
 Spic Macay program organised on Feb 5, 2014 in the PIMR(UG) campus(Source of
funding:Self financed)
 EML on topic “Customer life time value” by Mr.Vikas Acharya AGM Aircel on 10 th
Feb 2014. (180 student participants, Source of funding:Self financed)
 Advertising Workshop and seminar on “Traffic issues in Indore” by Mr Prathap
Prabha Suthan of Banginthemiddle of USA on 28th feb,2014.(More than 250 students
from various institutes and 50 faculty participated;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Conference on Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global
Prosperity,2014.(200 participants;Source of funding:Self financed)

Mr,Aadrash Gupta ( Area Manager-Nutriento Revempers ltd) Delivered a seminar
on topic “
Corporate Behaviour.” on 19/4/2014.(180 student participants;Source of
funding:Self financed)

Mr.Ashish Dubey(Regional Manager-UFO Movies) Delivered a seminar on topic
“Current Scenario in Entertainment Industry” on 19/4/2014 .(180 student
participants;Source of funding:Self financed)

Mr.Sachin Maheshwari ( Director-Royal Builders and Developers) delivered a
seminar on topic “Current Scenario in Real Estate”.On 23/4/2014.(180 student
participants;Source of funding:Self financed)

Mr.Pushpendra
singh Jadon ( Director-Key Elements Marketing Solutions)
Delivered a seminar on topic “Digital Marketing and Job Prospects.” On
23/4/2014.(220 student participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Ninth National research Paper contest for students “Prayas” organized on January
31st , 2013 (Source of funding:Self financed)

Ad Workshop held on March 9, 2013: “Below-the-line Activations in Rural and
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Urban Markets” (Key Note Speaker Mr. Avinash Oza) .(224 participants;Source of
funding:Self financed)
 Seminar on Topic “CRM in Banking sector” by Mr.Gopal Verma of HDFC Bank
on 6th April 2013.The session was attended by nearly 100 students of Marketing
club(Source of funding:Self financed)
 Seminar on Topic “Social Media and its impact” on 20th April 2013 by Siddharth
Sharma news anchor at ABP news. .(180 participants;Source of funding:Self
financed)
 National research Methodology workshop,July 2013.(70 faculty participants across
the country;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Seminar on topic “Consumer Markets” by Mr.Arin Banarjee ,Regional sales
Manager at Hawellet Packard on 7th September 2013. (Source of funding:Self
financed)
 Seminar on topic “Market communication” by Mr.Punit Khandelwal on 19th October
2013. .(180 participants, ;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Seminar on topic “consumer behavior” by Dr.Madhav N.Segal on 18th November
2013. .(180 participants, ;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized on “Gita and Management” By HH Bhakti Charu
Swami
Maharaj,
Governing
Body Commissioner
&
Guru
ISKCON
on
27/01/2012.(200 participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized on “International Business and Marketing” By Prof.
Christine Duggan, Senior Lecturer, International Business, Sheffield Business
School, UK on 06/02/2012.(220 student participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized on “Necessity of Skill Development in this Globalized
Era” By Mr. Chandan Sharma ,Member-British Commission, New Delhi on
20/03/2012.(200 student participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 A strategic decision making game “STRATAGEM” for PIMR students organized on
16th April, 2012 at Room No. 07 at PIMR PG Campus, to develpo corporate decision
making skills and teamwork among the young budding managers. .(231 student
participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Conference
on
“IT
Enabled
Marketing
Practices
For
Global
Business
Organizations”,2012 (200 participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 “Sales- a Myth, Magic,Reality and demystification”- A seminar organized on 26th
september.2012 at PIMR PG campus . The Key note speaker was Mr Ambar
Arondekar, MD –POWER TRAIN.(180 participants;Source of funding:Self
financed)
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 “Selling Experience
and opportunities” ”- A seminar organized on 27th
september,2012 at PIMR PG campus . The Key note speaker was Dr Rakesh Pandey,
GM Sales Ratan Ayurvedic. .(180 participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 “Geeta and sales- An Opportunities”- A seminar organized on 27th september,2012 at
PIMR PG campus . The Key note speaker was Mr Sarvesh Singh, Author of “Geeta
Made Easy”, IIT Kharagpur. .(180 participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized by Raj Express in The program titled “The Brain” on
Marketing strategies on 24/12/2012 (200 participants;Source of funding:Self
financed)
 A seminar on “Marketing Communication in Telecom Industry” by Vice President
, Airtel, Mr Vyankatesh Vijay Raghavan on 17th
April 2011 .(180 student
participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 The Eighth National Business Plan Contest ‘SWAVALAMBAN-2011’ was
organized by E-Cell, PIMR, Indore in association with National Entrepreneurship
Network (NEN) on Wednesday, April 20, 2011. (200 participants;Source of
funding:Self financed)

National case Writing Workshop May 2011.(70 participants;Source of funding:Self
financed)
 A seminar on “Airtel advertising and Communication Strategies” by CEO MP &CG
, Mr Rajnish Kaul on 19th
September,2011.(180 student participants;Source of
funding:Self financed)
 The Inter- Collegiate BIZ QUIZ on 19th September 2011.(120 student
participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 The Inter- Collegiate “Survival GD (Chakravyuh)” on 20th September 2011.(87
student participants;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized on “Cyber Crime & Cyber Security awareness for
budding managers” By Prof. Vikas Singh, Founder, Kaizen Consultancies on
05/11/2011.(180 student participants ;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized on “Positive Attitude Building” By Prof. Chirag
Kabra, Speaker-Versatile Group, Indore on 05/11/2011.(200 student participants
;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Extra mural lecture organized on “GITA for Business Management, Leadership and
Performance” By Mr. Gokul Upadhyay USA on 03/11/2011.(200 student
participants; Source of funding:Self financed)
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 Ad Workshop held in April 18, 2010: Transactional Analysis and its Application in
Communications. ( Key Note Speaker Ms. Pragya Narang) .(120 student participants
Source of funding:Self financed)
 Conference on “Managing in the New World Order-Strategies for Sustainable
Business Development”,2010.(200 participants; Source of funding:Self financed)

National case Writing Workshop 29 Nov-01 dec 2010 (81 Participants; Source of
funding:Self financed)
 EML Organized by Mgmt Guru, Chief Editor-DNA Money and regular Columnist of
Management fundas in National daily Newspaper- Shri N. Raghuraman on 19th
September 2010. .(220 student participants and 24 faculty ;Source of funding:Self
financed)
 A Inter- Collegiate BIZ Quiz on 15th November ,2010.(80 student participants;Source
of funding:Self financed)
 Seventh National Business Plan Contest ‘SWAVALAMBAN-2010’ was organized by
E-Cell, PIMR, Indore in association with National Entrepreneurship Network
(NEN).(225 student participants ;Source of funding:Self financed)
 Sixth National Business Plan Contest ‘SWAVALAMBAN-2009’ was organized by ECell, PIMR, Indore in association with National Entrepreneurship Network
(NEN).(225 student participants ;Source of funding:Self financed)
21. Student profile course-wise :
MBA(MM ) 2009-2013
Sr.
No.
Selected
Name of the Course
Applications Recevied
Pass
Percentage
Male
Female
Male
Female
1
MBA (MM) 2013-15
267
99
21
*
*
2
MBA (MM) 2012-14
304
98
22
*
*
3
MBA (MM) 2011-13
149
37
19
89.47
94.74
4
MBA (MM) 2010-12
381
41
18
80.95
92.86

The batches 2013-15 and 2012-14 are still running and the result is awaited.
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MMC
Sr.
No.
Pass
Selected
Name of the Course
Percentage
Applications Recevied
Male
Female
Male
Female
1
MMC 2013-15
8
3
5
100
100
2
MMC 2012-14
13
4
6
100
100
3
MMC 2011-13
11
4
6
100
100
4
MMC 2010-12
15
3
8
100
100
22. Diversity of students
PRESTIGE INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH, INDORE
For the Year - 2013
Name of Program
MBA (MM)
%
of
Students % of Students %
of
Students
Same College
Same State
Other State
15.38
99.15
0.85
For the Year - 2012
Name of Program
MBA (MM)
%
of
Students % of Students %
of
Students
Same College
Same State
Other State
14.16
96.67
3.33
For the Year - 2011
Name of Program
MBA (MM)
%
of
Students % of Students %
of
Students
Same College
Same State
Other State
28.57
98.21
1.79
507
For the Year – 2010
Name of Program
MBA (MM)
%
of
Students % of Students %
of
Students
Same College
Same State
Other State
3.88
98.31
1.69
For the Year – 2009
Name of Program
MBA (MM)
%
of
Students % of Students %
of
Students
Same College
Same State
Other State
8.47
98.31
1.69
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations?
College provide guidance /
coaching classes for Civil Services, Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other
competitive examinations:
The institute has faculty counselors who counsel students applying for Civil Services,
Defense Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations. It encourages
students to read magazines and newspapers and also organizes various seminars and quizzes
to help them increase their general knowledge, which ultimately helps the students in
aforementioned examinations. Besides this, the institute regularly subscribes to the
magazines like competition success and newspapers in the library which can help the
students crack these exams.
24. Student progression
Student progression
Percent
against
enrolled
UG to PG
80 %
PG to M.Phil.
NA
PG to Ph.D.
0.5 %
508
Employed

Campus selection
50

Other than campus recruitment
50
Entrepreneurs
25. Diversity of staff
% of faculty who
are product of the
Year
Same College
%
of
faculty
from
Colleges
other % of Faculty from %
within Other States
of
Faculty
from abroad
the State
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
Percentage
2009
16.66%
83.33%
0.00%
0.00%
2010
11.11%
88.89%
0.00%
0.00%
2011
18.18%
81.82%
0.00%
0.00%
2012
9.09%
90.91%
0.00%
0.00%
2013
8.33%
91.67%
0.00%
0.00%
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
Ph.D-02
S.No.
Name
Title of Ph.D.
1
Dr. Satnam Ubeja
A Study of Sales Promotion Mix on Customer
Satisfaction With Reference to Shopping Malls
In Madhyapradesh
2
Dr. Pragya Keshari
Study of Effect of Rational and Emotional
Advertising Appeals on
Consumer Response
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) - 630 Square Meter
Total seating capacity – 240
Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days, during
examination days, during vacation)
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Working Days
: 12Hrs ( 9.00 A.M. to 9 .00 P.M.)
On Holidays (During Examination ) : 7 Hrs ( 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.)
During Vacation
: 9 Hrs ( 9.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M.)
Library of the Institute has individual reading carrels for the students, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed readings and IT zone for accessing e-resources like e-journals
and ebooks etc. Prominent display of
library contents and library bulletin for easy
references.
Details on the library holdings:
q)
Print Books
r)
Titles
:
9105
Volumes
:
33634
Back Volumes
:
1015
:
234
Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
AV CDs
s)
Electronic (e-books, e-Journals)
e-books , Periodicals CDs
:
e-Journals
:
457
8500
(Proquest ABI
,DELNET)
t)
Complete
Special collection
Text Book
Reference Books
Research and Training Reports
Annual Reports of Companies
Monographs
Doctoral Thesis
Working Paper
Research Projects
Orations and Technical Notes
:
:
:
:
25737
9069
9058
388
:
:
25
55
:
:
:
10
11
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b) Internet facilities for staff and students
Internet facility is available for students in the computer lab from Morning 9.00 am to
Evening 9.00 pm. Besides, campus is fully wi-fi and students can access internet from
anywhere in the premises. Faculty members are provided with laptops and the same facility
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available for them also.
c) Total number of class rooms
:
45
d) Class rooms with ICT facility
:
45
Interactive Boards, ICT enabled classrooms, Internet facility, laptops, LCD projectors, are
provided to each class and faculty where they may take use of these and make the class more
interactive for enhancing the quality of teaching, learning and research. We have two Interactive
white boards and all the classrooms have LCD/DLP projectors for ‘power point presentations.
Students are encouraged to give seminar talks using ICT resources. The institute provides digital
library facility for all teaching and non-teaching staff members and students. Moreover, the
softwares required for teaching and learning are also available on the LAN & WAN.
e) Students’ laboratories
Dedicated computing facility and 500 Systems with Internet Connectivity allotted for
Students. The details are as follows:
Sl.
NO
1
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
Lab1
120
2
Lab2
3
Lab3
4
Lab4
5
Lab(ug)
Lenovo thin centre Intel core 2 duo/1GB
RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Acer core i-3/4GB RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse with Ncomputing
Thin client /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Wipro PIV /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
6
Electronics Lab
100
100
60
120
Latest lab
f) Research laboratory : N. A.
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.
The institute provides financial aid to the students on time. The scholarships is given to
the students by the Prestige Education Society. The institute also waive off research
centre fee of research scholars who have been appointed under College Code The institute
has given educational assistance to eight students of Rs. 2,04,400/- this year to the
students. The Institute ahas MOU with Punjab National Bank and Central Bank of India
for providing education loan to the students. The institute also helps students avail
government scholarship which are as follows:
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List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2011-12.
S.No. Class
6.
Sch.No
MBA (MM) I
Name of Student
Amount
Mayank Tanted
14,500
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2012-13.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
6.
MBA (MM)
Mayank Tanted
14,500
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Every year during the admissions, institute appoints admission coordinators/counselors
to counsel the candidates who come to inquire about the various courses offered by the
institute. After their interaction, institute comes to know the demand of the course exists
in the market and subsequently applies to the authorities for getting permission for the
new program.
 Need Assessment
The institute on the basis of feedback of faculty experience, industry and student feedback
assess the existing curriculum and seek removal of the deadwood or obsolete form of syllabus
and introduction of new and relevant topics and courses in curriculum. These changes are
made through systematic mechanism at various levels.
The institution undertakes the following exercise for developing and upgrading the
curriculum.
•
•
•
•
The Director puts forward the agenda in the meeting of the Heads of
Departments and several issues pertaining to the student promotions, credit
regulations, transitory regulations, pass percentage, syllabus coverage
mechanisms, interdisciplinary courses, changes that can be made to the
curriculum etc. are discussed.
Syllabus Board is prepared
The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are distributed
areas wise to the various departments and respective departments analytically
and critically look at programs/courses.
While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback from Alumni,
feedback from employers are also taken into consideration.
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•
The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the College BOS for
discussion
• The observations and suggestions of the member of BOS are taken into
consideration for finalizing the Curriculum and the revised curriculum is
placed before the Academic Council of the Institute.
• The Academic Council then make suggestions for necessary modification in
the course curriculum and after incorporation the necessary modification the
curriculum is then placed in front of the Executive Council for further
discussion and approval. Once approved by the Executive Council the
curriculum in the final shape is implemented in the forthcoming academic
session.
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
31. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize it? Yes
The institution accords highest priority to the curriculum development and its
execution. The institution takes meticulous care with regard to each of the steps
concerned. The institution understands that the academic and professional prosperity
of the graduates originates from the curriculum in which they are simulates to study
and practice.
The syllabus is updated annually, new electives are offered keeping in mind the
changing
need of the industry.
The process is facilitated by active contribution and feedback from industry experts
and
alumni.
The syllabus is updated with the contribution of faculty members in their respective
specializations and is then presented in the Board of Studies, Academic Council and
Executive Council for approval.
b.Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what is the response
of the
department to the same?
This assessment on curriculum and teaching is done twice in a year by providing the
students with questionnaire in which questions include content aspects like relevance of the
curriculum, time allotted,learning, applicability, extent of coverage and the inclusion of
projects and assessments and feedback of faculty teaching. Every program also has a faculty
co-ordinator who acts as a mentor to students and takes feedback on any teaching learning
issue faced by the students.Both the formal and informal feedback is analysed and finally
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discussed with the Director. The feedback is then discussed in faculty meetings to
implement necessary course of action.
c.alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to
the same?
Feedback from Alumni
The alumni feedback is obtained during the Alumni Meet which is
organized every year by the
institute. And their response is studied and analyzed for making modifications and further utilized
after approval from Board of Studies and Academic Council members. Alumni also give feedback as
members of the Advisory board.
Feedback from employer and Academic Experts
Employer : Employer’s appraisal of the curriculum is obtained through the feedback Performa that
deals with relevance of the topics, time utilized for completion of syllabus, use of teaching aids,
teaching strategies employed and conduct of tests. The feedback from employer is obtained to assess
the suitability and to update /modify the curriculum as per the need of industry. The feedback is taken
at time of placement, At time of summer training, at time of SIP,by special invitation and conducting
workshops and Informally by industry experts who visit campus.
who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback from experts who
visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
Academic Experts - Relevance of curriculum is evaluated by the different experts in light of the needs
of organization, society and psychology of students, practical aspects and development of vocational
and training skills who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback
from experts who visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
32. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Sr. No.
Name
Organization
Batch
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1
Rizwan Quereshi
Berger Paints
2011-2013
2
Saransh Rawal
Asian Paints
2011-2013
3
Priyank Vyavhare
Dun & Bradstreet
2011-2013
4
Roshni Lalwani
Nestle
2010-2012
5
Sama Rafiq
MGH
2010-2012
6
Rahul Anand
ITC Ltd.
2010-2012
7
Prashant Dubey
Reckitt Benckiser
2010-2012
8
Shubha Jain
Johson & Johnson
2009-2011
9
Suyash Shrimadi
Idea Cellular
2009-2011
10
Prabodh Nagar
Hyderabad Industries
2009-2011
33. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.
All the courses use lecture method for teaching compulsorily. The other methods of learning
experience given to students through case study method, role plays, seminar and presentation, fish
pond activity, news paper subscriptions, learning from movie clippings i.e. pratibimb, practical
exposure through different workshops, and special extra mural lectures along with regular classroom
interactions. The students are also given social projects, summer training projects and major research
projects which they do under the mentorship of faculty and industry mentor.


The department has also instituted HR Club for additional exposures and additional inputs on
different topics. All clubs are actively organizing various activities
Institute also organized national and international conferences. Students actively
participate as student delegates and also contribute in different organizing
committees. Through the conferences students learn the practical exposures and
interact with industrial and academics experts. The institute also organizes industrial
visits, port visits and other activities like Jigysa-National Student Research Paper
contest, Pragya-National Summer Internship Project contest, Prayas-National Case
Analysis and presentation contest, etc. OJTs and summer training for 6-8 weeks is
also done by the students in industry.
For over all holistic development of the student, Institute has Holistic cell and Rotract club
where continuous activities are organised. Institute has also a dedicated room as room of
silence for all such activities. Some major activities are Meditation camp,Art of Living
Classes,Yoga Classes,Spiritual tour and workshops,EMLs by renowned spiritual leaders to
name a few.
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Apart from this the institute has a policy for inviting expert people for lectures, conducting
seminars, workshops and conferences. Institute has also well equipped two way video
conferencing facility through which institute conduct various expert lectures from Indian and
outside India for students. Institute also organized symposium on different topics for students.
The Institute also has MOU with AISEC for foreign interns who interact with students and
have workshops to expose students to global scenario.
34. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.




The institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The institute
has the policy of defining the learning outcomes for each course by concerned faculty.
The learning outcomes are mentioned in the syllabus, information brochure and
website of institute. The faculties appraise the student of the learning outcomes of its
programme during the induction programme held at the time of admission of the
student. Learning outcome of each course is discussed by faculty. The syllabus is
available in printed format for the students in the institute library. Students are
required to study as per syllabus and faculty members are required to teach as per the
syllabus in the required lectures. The session plan is prepared by the faculty to impart
the knowledge that is essential to comply with the learning outcomes. The institute
has system of faculty program co-ordinators to ensure that the session plan is adhered
to.
To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded
by faculty for each course in each semester which are available to students through
their student login online. The internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total
marks and is rigorous and continuous in nature. It includes class test, online test, case
presentations, seminar presentations, live wire, fish pond presentations,
comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to
attendance in internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment
test for communication skills, aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide
them extra support by way of special classes.The feedback received by faculty on the
problems faced in internal schemes, attendance, syllabus, etc are received through
faculty meetings held before each semester to discuss the same and necessary steps
are taken to reduce the same. The student’s faculty feedback is collaborated and given
to the concerned faculty. In case, it is below the expected level, the head of the
institution discuss the feedback with the faculty concerned.
The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is
compared with past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively
reflected in student results. The score of aptitude and language tests are used to
provide students with supportive classes in specific areas. The feedback of industry at
the time of summer training/ placements is discussed with the placement officer and
support in specific areas is provided to the students.
35. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes monitored?
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 Institute appoints a faculty member as a time table coordinator who prepare time
table for all the courses. The time table also displays on notice board as well as
upload on institute website. All faculty members also prepared their subject’s session
plans and upload on institute web site. Institute also appoints a faculty member as
class coordinator for each class for ensuring regular conduction of classes and
handles the student grievances.
 The program co-coordinator ensure that the classes are being held and session plan is
being adhered to. The institute also has a system of student feedback which takes
places during the semester. The feedback has taken by the director in the form of a
written NAAC format and oral also from each class.
Learning Outcome:
 Yes, the institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The
institute has the policy of defining the learning outcomes for each course by
concerned faculty. The learning outcomes are mentioned in the syllabus, information
brochure and website of institute. The faculties appraise the student of the learning
outcomes of its programme during the induction programme held at the time of
admission of the student. Learning outcome of each course is discussed by faculty.
The syllabus is available in printed format for the students in the institute library.
Students are required to study as per syllabus and faculty members are required to
teach as per the syllabus in the required lectures. The session plan is prepared by the
faculty to impart the knowledge that is essential to comply with the learning
outcomes.
 To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded
by faculty for each course in each semester which are available to students through
their student login online. The internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total
marks and is rigorous and continuous in nature. It includes class test, online test, case
presentations,
seminar
presentations,
live
wire,
fish
pond
presentations,
comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
 The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to
attendance in internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment
test for communication skills, aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide
them extra support by way of special classes. The feedback received by faculty on
the problems faced in internal schemes, attendance, syllabus, etc are received through
faculty workshops held before each semester to discuss the same and necessary steps
are taken to reduce the same. The student’s faculty feedback is collaborated and
given to the concerned faculty. In case, it is below the expected level, the head of the
institution discuss the feedback with the faculty concerned.
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 The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is
compared with past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively
reflected in student results. The score of aptitude and language tests are used to
provide students with supportive classes in specific areas. The feedback of industry at
the time of summer training/ placements is discussed with the placement officer and
support in specific areas is provided to the students.
36. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
The institute has a rotract club called PIMR Rotract Club which is registered with Rotary
International. The institute also has NSS Chapter. On this platform a wide number of activities are
organized for students and faculties like seminars on important issues such as AIDS awareness,
female feticide, environmental protection, cerebral cancer, blood donation camps are also conducted
in connection with the local health units and hospitals. Fund raising activities are conducted and funds
so raised are donated to orphanages, old age homes, schools for underprivileged children, Laptops for
teaching deaf children, hearing aid for deaf and dumb children etc.
Seminars for students and faculties on important issues such as AIDS awareness, female feticide, and
environmental protection. Blood donation camps are also conducted in connection with the local
health units and hospitals. Moreover, under the coordination of faculty members, student members of
the Rotaract Club and NSS are regularly deputed for offering services for needy ones in the society.
The institute promotes institution neighborhood network through Holistic Center, Rotaract Club and
NSS which allows faculty as well as students to pursue activities for community development. The
faculty members are nominated by the Institute as Programme Officers in NSS and Faculty
Coordinator for Rotaract Club. They plan activities to be undertaken for the year as per the prepared
time table. The management supports these activities. The outreach programs of the college aim at
community development and sensitization of the community towards social responsibilities. Thus,
students and faculty members are motivated to take initiatives in community services. The extension
activities complement student academic learning by making students aware of environmental issues,
health services, and importance of education and teaching skills.
Environmental: On the part of environmental conservation measure, tree plantation is organized
almost every year. Last two tree plantation activities were conducted on 13 Aug. 2012 and on 03 Sept.
2011.
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Health Services: The students are encouraged to participate in various rallies, awareness programs
and campaigns in relation to various activities. The college has organized so many campaigns and
awareness programs for many health related needs of the community.
The various programs organized are:
Free camp of skin and hair treatment on 22nd November 2013

Workshop on Cervical Cancer awareness on March 23rd 2007

Awareness on swine flu on 17th August 2010

Dental Disease awareness and Dental checkup program for PIMR faculties on 25th May 2009

Workshop on Female Feticide awareness on Feb 4th 2014.

Workshop on AIDS awareness Feb 4th 2014.
37. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
In order to enhance creativity and scientific temper amongst the learners, the
students are provided various platforms to showcase and nurture their creative
and analytical skills. The institute has a transparent system where all students
are informed about activities, chapter, clubs etc. All the students are encouraged
to participate in the activities both inside and outside the institute. The students
have a free hand in the activities of students clubs which organizes plan and
execute activities which student feels they need to learn and develop. The
students are also encouraged to participate in the rotary and NEN cell where
social program and entrepreneurial activities are promoted.
The faculty members motivate the students to participate in the youth festival and cultural activities to
encourage the artistic temper among the students. Some of the beyond scholarly activities organized
by the department include:

Spardha (Annual Sports Competition)

Manthan (Annual Student Management Festival)

Blood
Donation
Camps,
Tree
Plantation,Old
Age
Home
Visits,Visit
to
orphans,Donation of old clothes in slum areas.

Shore (Student Farewell)

Teachers Day

Republic Day

Janmashtami

Independence Day

Ganesh Chaturthi
38. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies.
Give details.
NS-EN ISO 9001:2008/ISO 9001:2008
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The institute regularly participates in the surveys done by the reputed Newspapers, Magazines and the
institute has consistently been ranked in the upper edge of top ranking B-Schools in the nationwide
surveys conducted by different agencies and magazines like Business Today, Business World,
Ministry of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB, Careers360, Business
India, Competition Success, Yuva, Education Expo TV, Dalal Street Journal, The Week Mars,
SiliconIndia, Chronical Publication, MBA UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore and Outlook - which
has enabled the Institute to achieve significant position amongst B-schools in the country.
B -School Ranking From 2009-13
S.
Name of the Magazine/Journal
Vol.
Issue
No.
Date/Month
No.
Ranking
/Remark
1
Business India
825
1 November,2009
A+
2
Open
24
18,September 2009
30
3
Business India
850
October 4-17,2010
A+
4
Competition Success Review
XLVII
05
November 2010
39
5
Business World
31
06
21-27 June 2011
36
7
Competition Success Review
XLVIII
05
November 2011
8
Business World
32
06
19-25 June 2012
9
Competition Success Review
XLIX
05
November 2012
01
32 (B School of
Excellence)
34
29 (B School of
Excellence)
04 ( In Central Region)
03 ( Top B School by
State)
10
Business India
905
November 25,2012
A+
11
Business World
32
49
2-15 July 2013
26
12
Out Look
LIII
39
1-7 October 2013
39
13
The Week
31
44
November 03,2013
49 ( Private B School )
24 ( In West Zone )
39. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of
the department
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Strengths

Five faculty members are holding PhD degree and Five faculty members are pursuing
PHD.

Ten faculty members are also imparting training to industry persons and external
organizations in different areas.

Department offers student a wide and relevant list of specialization electives and
organizes Industry-institute interface on varied disciplines.

Educational
social
responsibility
undertaken
by
department
like
counselling,consultancies to NGOs and small scale entrepreneurs.
Weakness

Lack of effective communication skill of Students
those coming from rural
background

Students coming from small cities and rural areas do not have basic idea of market
trends and scope of various marketing disciplines

Lack of
awareness
among students for specialized course in association with
industry and top B-schools of world.
Opportunities

Two years down the line maximum faculty in the department will be Ph.D qualified.

Research orientation will increase with the increase in no. of Ph.D. holders.

With the increase in experience faculty members, the quality in teaching and delivery
will enhance.

Research Grant can be taken from research institutes like ICSSR,UGC and from
Industries with more no. of Ph.D. Holders and experience.

New courses with specific specialization can be started like MBA (Advertising and
Public relation), MBA (Retail Management).
Challenges

Department needs to explore possibilities for more meaningful exchange and
possibilities.

Existing faculties need to be more broad base (Muti -functional).

Market is becoming (challenge) complex and deciding factor for all types of
manufacturing products and services and thus throwing newer challenges at
unprecedented rate.
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
Institute is rated Top B school in central region and has to continuously strive for
retaining the winning position.

Wishes to start more specialized programmes but existing regulatory framework
makes it challenging.
40. Future plans of the department.
ii.
Certification course in selling techniques and customer Relationship
iii.
Certification course in Digital marketing
iv.
Certification course in advertising( Copywriting)
v.
Diploma course in Rural Marketing
vi.
Course in analytical tools in Marketing Research.
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Systems & QT Department
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Evaluative Report of the Systems & QT Department
49. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name
:
Systems and QT Department
Year of Establishment
:
2007
50. Names of Programmes/Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
I.
II.
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA)
Advanced Diploma in Business Computing (ADBC)
51. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
S.No.
Subject
Code/Subject Class/Semester
Department Name
Name
1
हिन्दी
BCA I
HR & General Management
2
Financial Accounting
BCA IV
Finance
3
Personality Development
BCA VI
HR & General Management
52. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
Semester system in BCA and Trimester system in ADBC
53. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S.no. Subject Name
Course
1
MBA Core
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
FT 102C Business Mathematics and
Statistics
FT 104C Information Technology for
Managers
FT 108C Operations Management
FT 204C E-Business Fundamentals
FT 206C Development and Management of
Information Systems
FT 207C Operations Research
FT 208C Business Research Methods
FT
303
IMAJ
Object
Oriented
Programming using C++
Semester
Department Name
I
I
I
II
Human Resource
And General
Management
II
II
III
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
FT 304 IMAJ Computer Networks
FT 305 IMAJ RDBMS using ORACLE
FT 306 IMAJ Software Engineering
FT 307 IMAJ Data Structures
FT 308 IMAJ Internet and its Applications
FT 309 IMAJ Enterprise Resource Planning
FT 310 IMAJ Artificial Intelligence
FT 311 IMIN Database Systems
FT 312 IMIN Software Design and
Development
FT 303 PMAJ Logistics and Supply Chain
Management
FT 304 PMAJ Total Quality Management
FT 305 PMAJ Work Study and Productivity
FT 306 PMAJ Technology Management
FT 307 PMAJ World Class Manufacturing
FT 308 PMAJ Total Productivity
Management
FT 309 PMAJ Service Operations
Management
FT 310 PMAJ Advanced Operation
Research - I
FT 311 PMIN Management of Quality in
Operations
FT 312 PMIN Selection and Management
of Technology
FT 403 IMAJ UNIX Operating System
FT 404 IMAJ Strategic Information
Management
FT 405 IMAJ Internet Programming using
JAVA
FT 406 IMAJ Visual Programming using
Visual Basic
FT 407 IMAJ Data Warehousing and Data
Mining
FT 408 IMAJ Software Project
Management
FT 409 IMAJ Decision Support System
FT 410 IMAJ Mobile Communications
FT 411 IMIN Visual Basic
FT 412 IMIN Advance IT Tools
FT 403 PMAJ Production Planning and
Control
FT 404 PMAJ Transportation Management
FT 405 PMAJ Business Process
Reengineering
FT 406 PMAJ Strategic Operations
Management
FT 407 PMAJ Advanced Manufacturing
Strategies
FT 408 PMAJ Industrial Psychology
FT 409 PMAJ Business Modeling and
Simulation
FT 410 PMAJ Advanced Operation
Research – II
FT 411 PMIN Transformation of
Operations
FT 412 PMIN Resource and Infrastructure
Management
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
III
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
525
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
MM 106 Information Technology For
Managers
MM 107 Statistical Methods For Business
Decisions
MM 203 Operations Management
MM 204 Quantitative Techniques
MM 205 E-Business Fundamentals
MM301 Development And Management Of
Information Systems
MM 407 Advanced IT Tools
MBA
I
(MM)
I
II
II
Marketing
III
IV
FA-106 Operations Research and
Management (OR&M)
FA-107 Computer for Managers (CFM)
FA-208 Business Research Methods (BRM)
FA-307 ERP and E-Business Technologies
(EEBT)
MBA (FA)
PA 102Business Statistics
PA 106I.T. for HR Managers
PA 202Business Research Methods
PA 204E-Business Fundamentals
IB-913 - Statistical Methods
IB-917 - Information Technology For
Managers
IB-926 - E-Business Fundamentals
IB-942 - Advanced IT Tools
106-Information Technology Fundamentals
204-Business Mathematics and Statistics
206-Computer Applications in Business
306-Foreign Trade Information System
403-Quality Control, TQM and ISO-9000
104-IT Fundamentals
204-Computer Applications in Business
303-Business Statistics
304-Management Information System
403-Quantitative Techniques
503-Operation Research
MBA (PA)
I
I
II
Finance
III
MBA (IB)
BFT
BBA
I
I
II
II
I
I
II
IV
I
II
II
III
IV
I
II
III
III
IV
V
HR and General
Management
Economics
Economics
HR and General
Management
526
54. Number
of
teaching
posts
sanctioned
and
filled
(Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professor
Associate Professors
01
01
01
01
Asst. Professors
10
10
55. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization (D.Sc./D.Litt./
Ph.D./M.Phil., etc.)
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of
Years of
Experience
(Teaching +
Industry)
Dr. Alok Bansal
Ph. D.
Professor
Systems
14+1
No. of
Ph.D.
students
guided
in the
last 4
years
08
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Ph. D.
Associate Professor
Systems
11+6months
N. A.
Dr. Shubhangi Jore
Ph. D.
Asst. Professor (SG)
Maths & QT
10 +4.5
N. A.
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
MBA
Asst. Professor (SG)
Systems
10+10
N. A.
Mr. Bhavna Sharma
MCA
Asst. Professor
Systems
9.3+8
N. A.
Dr. Raksha Chouhan
Ph. D.
Asst. Professor
Systems
14+8months
N. A.
Mr. Bharti Motwani
MBA
Asst. Professor
Systems
4.5 +7.5
N. A.
Mr. Roopali Jain
MCA
Asst. Professor
Systems
7+6months
N. A.
Mr. Sharda Haryani
M. Sc.
Asst. Professor
Maths & Stat.
04
N. A.
Mr. Rajeev Bhatnagar
MCM
Asst. Professor
Systems
3+20
N. A.
Mr. Dharmendra Sharma
MBA
Asst. Professor
Stats. & OM
2+4
N. A.
Mr. Shakti Singh Solanki
MCA
Asst. Professor
Systems
05+4
N. A.
56. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information
Name of Program
Percentage of Classes taken by temporary faculty
Bachelor of Computer Applications & ADBC
29.54%
57. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Program
Students Teacher Ratio
527
Bachelor of Computer Applications
30:1
58. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned
and filled
Sanctioned
Administrative
Technical Staff
45
7
Filled
45
7
59. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and
grants received project-wise.
The following ongoing minor projects funded by the Institute only for the strengthening information
technology practices in the organizations:
S.No
1
2
3
4
Project Title
Technological Innovations: A Sectorial Study
Theorizing Entrepreneurship: A Sectorial Study
E-Banking and Its Assessment
Effect of ERP on Organizational Effectiveness and
Productivity
Faculty
Dr. Alok Bansal
Dr. Alok Bansal
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Ms. Bharati Motwani
Cost
Rs. 55000
Rs 45000
Rs. 25000/Rs. 41000/-
60. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
Applied Major Research Project to ICSSR
S.No
1
2
Project Title
Shopping Behavior of Customers in Organized
and Unorganized Retail Formats of Tier II cities
in M.P.
Role of IT in Economic Development of Indore
District of M.P.
Faculty
Dr. Alok Bansal and
Dr. Vardhan Choubey
Cost
Rs. 3,00000
Dr. Alok Bansal
Rs. 3,00000
61. Research facility / centre with
 state recognition
528
 national recognition
 international recognition
State recognition/ National recognition: The research centre was recognized with Devi
Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya and the university is recognized with UGC.
62. Publications:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international). The
details of publications are as follows:
S
Name
of
the Journal
No Faculty
Monographs/Status Chapters
Edited
Books
Publications Papers
in books
Books
Written
1
Dr. Alok Bansal
4
3
11
3
-
2
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
2
-
4
4
-
3
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
3
-
6
1
-
4
Dr. Shubhangi Jore
6
-
6
-
-
5
Ms. Bhavna Sharma
5
-
4
2
-
6
Dr. Raksha
12
-
8
-
-
6
-
15
1
2
Chouhan
7
Ms. Bharti
Motwani
8
Ms. Roopali Jain
1
-
4
-
-
9
Ms. Sharda
6
1
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Haryani
10
Mr. Rajeev
Bhatnagar
11
Mr. Dharmendra
Sharma
12
Ms. Shakti Singh
Solanki
Dr. Alok Bansal
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):
529

Alok Bansal & Vardhan Choubey (2013). Dimensions Affecting Shopping Behavior of
Retail Customers in Tier-two Cities. Anesha–Journal of Management (ISSN 0974-5467),
published by Indian Education Society’s Management College and Research Centre, Mumbai.
Vol. 6 (2), pp. 40-54.April-June.

Alok Bansal and Rakshita Puranik (2011). Viewers’ Response towards Pop-up Ads of
Internet Advertising: En Empirical Study. An International Journal of Business and
Technology Research (ISSN 1941-9406), published by Modern Technology and Management
Institute Inc. USA, Sponsored by CHIMC, India. Vol. 4 (1), pp. 831-841.

Alok Bansal, Suyash Jhawar, Rajeev Benara and Vivek Sapru (2010). Smoothening Inbound
Supply Chain through Collaborative Relationship. Prestige International Journal of
Management and Research, combine Vol. 2 (2) & Vol. 3 (1) (ISSN: 0974-6080), pp.89-90.

Alok Bansal, Pragya Keshari and Bhavna Sharma (2009). Velocity III – Striving for
Success. Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, combine Vol. 1(2) &
Vol. 2 (1) (ISSN: 0974-6080), pp.105-106.
 Monographs/Status Paper

Alok Bansal and Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu (2012). ‘Technological Innovations in Indian
Retail Sector’, PIMR/2012/03.

Alok Bansal and Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu (2012). ‘Technological Innovations in Indian
Banking Sector’, PIMR/2012/01.

Alok
Bansal,
Yogeshwari
Phatak
and
Amrita
Thakre
(2011).
‘Theorizing
Entrepreneurship: A Study of Information Technology Industry’, PIMR/2011/01.
 Chapter(s) in Books:
 Alok Bansal, Vanita Joshi, Roopali Jain, Raksha Chouhan and Rahul Deo (2013).
‘Dimensions of Internet Banking Service Quality: A Perceptual Study of Internet
Banking Users’. In Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak, and Raj
Kishore Sharma (Eds.), Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and
Vibrant Practices. Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4), pp 508-523.
 Alok Bansal, Suyash Jhawar, Dharmendra Sharm, Rashmi Tiwari and Rajiv Tripathi
(2011). ‘Internet Users’ Resistance towards Online Purchase: An Exploratory
Study of Service Class People’. In Kapil Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore
Sharma and Bhavna Sharma (Eds.), Information and Communication Technologies:
Enhancing Business Competencies through Innovative Practices. Excel Publishers,
New Delhi.
530
 Alok Bansal, Bharti Motwani, Raksha Chouhan, Roopali Jain and Gitanjali
Shrivastava (2010). ‘A Study on Users’ Perception towards Security Concerns in
E-Transactions’. In Suyash Jhawar, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma and
Alok Bansal (Eds.), IT initiatives for Building Creative Organizations. Excel Books,
New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0), pp 303-311.
 Pavan K. Sharma and Alok Bansal (2010). ‘Customers’ Perception towards
Private and Government DTH Services in Rural Area’. In Suyash Jhawar,
Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma and Alok Bansal (Eds.), IT initiatives for
Building Creative Organizations. Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-8840), pp 121-129.
 Sukhjeet Kaur Matharu, Alok Bansal and V. K. Jain (2010). ‘Customers’
Perception towards Television Advertisement: An Empirical Study’. In
Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds.), Managing in the
New World Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business Development. Excel Books,
New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-815-4), pp 385-394.
 Alok Bansal, Vanita Joshi (2010). ‘Income and Age as Determinants of Internet
Banking Adoption’. In Shantanu Mehta and Neeraj Amarnani (Eds.), ‘Sustaining
Shareholder Value – Role of Investors and Regulations’. Excel Books, New Delhi
(ISBN 978-81-7446-803-1), pp 351-372.
 Alok Bansal, Vanita Joshi and Vardhan Choubey (2009). ‘An Evaluation of
Computer Self-Efficacy among B-School Students’. In C Gopalakrishnan, Nina
Muncherji and Upinder Dhar (Eds.), ‘Strategic HR and Entrepreneurship’. Excel
Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-702-7), pp 95-112.
 Alok Bansal and Tarang Verma (2009). ‘Dimensions Affecting Usage of
Debit/Credit Cards in Online Transactions: A Perceptual Study of Male and
Female Users’. In Piyush Kumar Sinha, Prathap Oburai and vandana Sood (Eds.),
‘Marketing Paradigms for Emerging Economies’. Allied Publisher, New Delhi (97881-8424-403-8), pp 305-307. Paper was also presented in the Third IIMA
International Conference on January 7-9, 2009.
 Vanita Joshi and Alok Bansal (2009). ‘Applicability of Artificial Neural Networks
in Business’. In V K Jian (Eds.), ‘Information Technology: Issues and Challenges’.
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-706-5), pp 437-446.

Lata Malviya, Alok Bansal and Anukool Hyde (2009). ‘Job Satisfaction in Private
B-Schools: A Perceptual Study of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff’. In Alok
Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, I C Gupta and Rajendra Jain (Eds.), ‘Transcending
Horizons through Innovative Global Practices’. Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978531
81-7446-708-9), pp. 222-231.
 Vivek Sapru and Alok Bansal (2009). ‘Consumer’s Perception on Electric TwoWheeler: A Study of Yo-Byke’. In Alok Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, I C Gupta and
Rajendra Jain (Eds.), ‘Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices’.
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-708-9), pp 609-620. Paper was also
presented in the Third PIMR International Conference on February 7-8, 2009.
(Abstract published in Souvenir–‘Abhigyan 2009’, p.42.)
 Edited Books :

Suyash Jhawar, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma and Alok Bansal (2010). Book
entitled ‘IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’. Excel Books, New Delhi
(ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0).

Ashwini Sharma, Alok Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, and Raj Kishore Sharma (2009). Book
entitled ‘IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN
978-81-7446-759-1).

Alok Bansal, Yogeshwari Phatak, I C Gupta and Rajendra Jain (2009). Book entitled
‘Transcending Horizons through Innovative Global Practices’. Excel Books, New Delhi
(ISBN 978-81-7446-708-9).
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):
 Somendra Pant, Abha Chatterjee and Deepak Jaroliya (2012). e-HRM Systems
Implementation: A Conceptual Framework. Indore Management Journal (IIM,
Indore), Vol 4 Issue 1, pp 24-35
 Dr. Kanhaiya Ahuja and Deepak Jaroliya (2010), e-Banking in Public and Private
Sector Banks: An Empirical Analysis of Consumer’s Preferences. GITAM Journal of
Management, April-June 2010.
 Chapter(s) in Books:
 Pragya Jaroliya, Deepak Jaroliya and Dharmendra Sharma (2013). An Assessment
of Consumer Sentiments towards Internet Marketing Practices. Consumer
Behavior and Emerging Practices in Marketing, Himalaya Publishing House Mumbai: pp. 82 – 89.
 Dr. Kanhaiya Ahuja and Deepak Jaroliya (2010), Obstacles in the Usage of eBanking Products and Services: An Empirical Study of Consumers of Public and
532
Private Sector Banks. Managing In The New World Order: Strategies For
Sustainable Business Development (2010), Edtrs. Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak, Dr. Ajit
Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya, Excel Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-8154.
 Nirupama Nagar, Pragya Jaroliya and Deepak Jaroliya (2010). Impact of
Occupation on Consumer Demand: A Study of Internet Advertising. Managing In
The New World Order: Strategies For Sustainable Business Development (2010),
Edtrs. Dr.
Yogeshwari Phatak, Dr. Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya, Excel
Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4.

T.K. Vajdi, Kanhaiya Ahuja and Deepak Jaroliya (2011), Assessment Of E-banking In
India: A Socio-economic Analysis. 7th International Conference on IT Applications and
Management: Technological Innovation and the Future of Culture and Tourism, J.K. Laximat
University, Jaipur on December 28-29, 2011.
 Edited Books :
 Information and
Communication Technologies : Enhancing Business
Competencies through Innovative Practices (2011), Editors Kapil Arora,
Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavana Sharma and Deepak Jaroliya, Excel India Publishers,
New Delhi, ISBN: 978-93-81361-29-0.
 Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation (Emerging Trends in HRM and
Marketing (2011), Editors Yogeshwari Phatak and Deepak Jaroliya, Excel Books,
New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-928-1.

Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation (Emerging Financial and
Technological Trends (2011), Editors Yogeshwari Phatak, Deepak Jaroliya and
Rupal Chowdhary, Excel Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-929-8.

Managing in the New World Order: Strategies for Sustainable Business
Development (2010), Editors. Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya,
Excel Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4.
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):
 Research paper titled “Selection of Landline Communication: An Empirical Study of
Subscribers of Indore City” published in “SHODH – Pioneer Journal of
Information Technology and Management”, Vol. 5 No. 1, pp 56-59, August 2009.
533
o
A Case on Smoothening Inbound Supply Chain Through Collaborative Relationship has
been has been published in Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, Vol.
2 & 3, No. 2 & 1, pp.89-90, July 2009-January 2010.
o A Case on Apple Electronics: A Study of Growth Beyond Success has been
published in Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, Vol. 1 &2,
No. 2 & 1, pp.88-89, July 2008-January 2009.
534
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Research paper titled “Mobile Banking Awareness amongst Self-employed and Salaried
Customers of Banks : A Comparative Study” has been published in book titled
“Entrepreneurship: Driver for Economic Growth” on the occasion of Eighth National
Conference held at Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore on September 1314, 2013.

Research paper titled “Determinants of Service Quality in Public and Private Hospitals of
Indore: A Comparative Study” has been published in book titled “Business Innovations and
Entrepreneurship: Transforming World Economy” on the occasion of Sixth International
Conference held at Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore on February 1112, 2012.

Research paper titled “Internet Users Resistance towards Online Purchases: An Exploratory
Study” published in book titled Information and Communication Technologies: Enhancing
Business Competencies through Innovative Practices on the occasion of Sixth National IT
Conference held at Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore on September 910, 2011.

Research paper titled “Factors Determining Customer Preference of Readymade Garments
with Special Reference to Jeans” published in book titled Global Business Recession: Lessons
Learnt Vol I on the occasion of First International Conference on “Global Business
Recession: Lessons Learnt” held at Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior on January 810, 2010.

Research paper titled “Gender as Determinant of Organizational Commitment: A Study
of Academia” published in book titled “Managing In the New World Order: Strategies for
Sustainable Business Development” on the occasion of Fourth International Conference held
at Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore from January 30-31, 2010.

Research paper titled “Factors Affecting Selection of Banks: A Perceptual Study of Indian
Customers” published in book titled “Transcending Horizons Through Innovative Global
Practices” on the occasion of Third International Conference held at Prestige Institute of
Management and Research, Indore from February 7-8, 2009.
 Edited Books :
Suyash Jhawar, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma and Alok Bansal (2010). Book
entitled ‘IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’. Excel Books, New Delhi
(ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0).
Dr. Shubhangi Jore
535

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):
 Sharma R. C. and Shubhangi Jore (2009). Food Consumption in Asian Countries: A
Residual Analysis for Examining Convergence. AIM Explore, Vol 6, No.1, pages 816.
 Jore Shubhangi and R.C. Sharma (2011). Examining Convergence of Food
Comsumption in Asian Countries: An Econometric Panel Data Analysis. Review of
Business and Technology Research, Vol 4, No.1, Part I, pp 289-305.
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore, Raksha Thakur, Kalpana Agrawal and Vishal
Geete (2011). Convergence of GDP per Capita in Asean Countries. Prestige
International Journal of Management and Research, Vol. 3 and 4, No. 1 & 2. pp 1-9.
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore, Shweta Khadelwal and Navneet Bhatia (2013).
Income Consumption Relationship in Indore City: An Application of Engle’s Law.
Prerna, ISSN: 0974-908X, /vol. 5, Issue: 1, pp 1-11.
 Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore, Vibha Sahu, Raksha Thakur (2013), Exchange
Rate and Trade Balance Relationship in India: An Application of Marshall Lerner
Condition, Review of Professional Management, Vol 11 (2), pp 21-32.

Jore Shubhangi, Amrita Thakre, Rishu Roy, and Kalpana Agrawal (2009). SCM Issues at
Apex, Prestige International Journal of Management and Research, Vol. 1 (2) and Vol. 2 (1),
pages 102-104.
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Jore, Shubhangi and Sayed Sameer Umar (2009). Factors Affecting Purchase of Mopeds: A
Study of Customer’s Preference in Transcending Horizons Through Innovative Global
Practices ISBN: 978-81-7446-708-9, Excel Books, New Delhi, pp 642-651.

Jore Shubhangi and R. C. Sharma (2010). Convergence of Food Consumption in West Asia:
An Empirical Analysis in Managing in the New World Order: Strategies for Sustainable
Business Development edited by Yogeshwari Phata, Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya,
ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4 , Excel Books, New Delhi, pp 374-384.

Mangal Pooja, Swati Jain and Shubhangi Jore (2011). A Comparative Study on the Pre and
Post Merger of Banks on Stock Prices in Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation
Emerging Financial and Technological Trends edited by ISBN: 978-81-7446-929-8, Excel
Books, New Delhi, pp 03-09.

Chowdhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore and Khushboo Awasthi (2012). Threshold Level of
Inflation in India: An Econometric Approach in Business Innovations and Entrepreneurship
edited by Ranjana Patel, Nitin Tanted, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma, ISBN:
978-93-5062-004-5, Excel Books, New Delhi, pp 160-167.
536

Khandelwal Shweta, Rupal Chowdhary and Shubhangi Jore (2013). Impact of Social Media
on Communication and Language amongst the Youth in Mapping Business Excellence
through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices edited by Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshri,
Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma, ISBN: 978-93-5062-004, Excel Books, New
Delhi, pp 449-455.

Choudhary Rupal, Shubhangi Jore and Akansha Talwar (2014) Investment Behavior of
Women Investors: A Study of Indore Region, in Managing People Processes and
Environment for Global Prosperity edited by Vipin Choudhary, Yogeshwari Phatak, R K
Sharma and Rajesh Jangalwa, ISBN: 978-93-5062-004, Excel Books, New Delhi.
Ms. Bhavna Sharma
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):

Bhavna Sharma and Preeti Singh (2009). Selection of Internet Service Provider: A
Comparative Study of BSNL and AIRTEL ISPs.
Review of Business and Technology
Journal, 2 (1), ISSN 1941-9414.

Bhavna Sharma, Vivek Sapru and Priyanka Yadav (2009). A Study of Consumer Preference
Towards iPod. Review of Business and Technology Journal, 2 (1), ISSN 1941-9414.

Ranjana Patel, Bhavna Sharma, Ritu Khabia and Vaishali Shah (2010). Chasing Prices and
Not Volumes published in Prestige International Journal of Management and Research 3(2)
July 2010 & 4(1) January 2011, 67-68. (ISSN 0974-6080)

Rupal Chowdhary, Bhavna Sharma, Vivek Sapru and Bindu Malviya (2010). Retail Asset
Centre : Marketing Ethical Values published in Prestige International Journal of Management
and Research 3(2) July 2010 & 4(1) January 2011, 75-77. (ISSN 0974-6080)

Deepak Jaroliya, Bhavna Sharma, Unmesh Mandoli and Vanita Joshi (2010). Technology on
Wheel published in Prestige International Journal of Management and Research 2(2) July
2009 & 3(1) January 2010, 91-92.
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Bhavna Sharma and Preeti Singh (2013). Barriers of Internet Access in Rural and Urban
Areas : An Study e-Entrepreneurs. In Bhavna Sharma, Manisha Singhai, Yogeshwari Phatak
and Raj Kishore Sharma(Eds.), Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth.. New Delhi :
Excel Books (ISBN : 978-93-5062-332-9).

Arun B.K. and Bhavna Sharma (2011). Impact of Occurrence of Entropy in Different
Stages of Information Cycle: A Study of Service Organizations. In Kapil Arora,
Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna Sharma and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds.), Information and
537
Communication Technologies : Enhancing Business Competencies Through Innovative
Practices. New Delhi : Excel India Publisher, 228-233. (ISBN : 978-93-81361-29-0).

Bhavna Sharma, Preeti Singh and Pankaj Borse (2011). Barriers of Internet Banking
Usage in Semi-Urban Areas : An Exploratory Study. In Kapil Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak,
Bhavna Sharma and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds.), Information and Communication Technologies :
Enhancing Business Competencies Through Innovative Practices. New Delhi : Excel India
Publisher, 3-9. (ISBN : 978-93-81361-29-0).

Bhavna Sharma, Ruchi Khandelwal, Unmesh Mandloi, Dheeraj Mehrotra and Varda Vaidya
(2010).
Usage of IT in Academic Research : An Exploratory Study of
B-School
Teachers. In Yogeshwari Phatak, Ajit Upadhyaya and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds.), Managing in
the New World Order : Strategies for Sustainable Business Development. New Delhi : Excel,
352-358.
 Edited Books :

Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth(2013). In Bhavna Sharma, Manisha
Singhai, Yogeshwari Phatak and Raj Kishore Sharma(Eds.). New Delhi : Excel Books (ISBN
: 978-93-5062-332-9)

Information and Communication Technologies : Enhancing Business Competencies
Through Innovative Practices (2011). In Kapil Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna Sharma
and Deepak Jaroliya (Eds.). New Delhi : Excel India Publisher (ISBN : 978-93-81361-29-0).
Dr. Raksha Chouhan

Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):

Raksha Chouhan (2014) “Cyber Crimes: Evolution, Detection and Future Challenges”, The
ICFAI University Press Journal of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, Hyderabad, Andhra
Pradesh, ISSN 0973-2896.

Raksha Chouhan (2014) “Emergence of Cybercrime and Prevention Strategies in Indian
Scenario”, Research Paper in GYAN MANAGEMENT, An International Bi-Annual Refereed
Journal of Management & Technology, Vol.6, Issue 2 (July-Dec), Reg. No. PUNENG
/2007/24871, ISSN 0974-7621.

Raksha Chouhan (2013) “Conceptual Framework to Obtain Integrated & Secured Electronic
Banking - A Value Creation Approach”, Research Paper in an International Journal of
Engineering & Technology (Suresh Gyan Vihar University), Vol 1, Issue 2, July 2013, PP 1422, ISSN: 2277-6915.

Raksha Chouhan, Shashikant Pardeshi (2013) “Anti-Phishing Measures And Strategies
Against Phishing Attacks – An Overview” Invertis Journal of Science & Technology,
538
abstracted and indexed by U.K., IET Inspec, ISA (council for scientific and industrial
research, India), Poland (Index Copernicus International), Vol. 6, No. 3, July-September
2013, PP 182-194, ISSN: 0973-8940.

Raksha Chouhan, Shashikant Pardeshi (2013) “Cyber Crime Security and Upcoming
Challenges: An Overview”, Journal of Engineering, Science And Management Education
(JESME), Quarterly Research Journal of NITTTR Bhopal, Vol-6, Issue-III, July–September
2013, PP 131-136, ISSN 0976-0121.

Raksha Chouhan (2013) “Web Technologies: By Uttam K. Roy 2011, PP 748, ISBN 0-19806622-8, book review in MAIMT”- Journal of IT and Management, November-April 2013,
Volume 6, No. 2, PP 102-105, ISSN: 0974-066X.

Raksha Chouhan, Shashikant Pardeshi (2012) “ Phishing Vs Anti-phishing: An Overview”,
Journal of SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT Tiruvalla, Pathanamthitta,
Kerala, Volume 05 , No. 1, April-June 2012, PP 45-54, ISSN: 0974-8334.

Swaranjeet Arora, Raksha Chouhan (2012), ”Surfing in Troubled Waters- The Kalpatech
Way”, case in journal of Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad, U.P. , India, Listed in
Cabell's Management Directory, USA, Jan-June, 2012 Volume 9 No. 1, pp 53-54, ISSN 0973824X.

Raksha Chouhan (2012) “Networking Security Essentials: Applications And Standards
by William Stallinges (2009), PP 409, Pearson Education Third Edition ISBN: 978-81317-1664-9, book review in JESMT ( Journal of Engineering, Science & Management
Technology), Alwar ( Rajasthan), July-December 2012, Vol-2, No. 2, ISSN: 2231-1521.

Raksha Chouhan, Dr Vijay Sharma (2011) , “A Value Creation Approach Towards EBanking Capabilities: Analysis And Evaluation”, Journal of Engineering, Science &
Management Technology JESMT-2011 An International Level Referred Registered Research
Journal, Alwar, July-December 2011, Vol-1, No. 2, pp 60-63, ISSN: 2231-1521.

Raksha Chouhan, Dr Vijay Singh Rathore (2011), “Electronic Banking Security and
Authentication Issues”, Journal Shodh Samiksha Aur Mulyankan: An International Level
Referred Registered Research Journal, Jaipur August-2011, Issue 31, PP 40-41, ISSN: 09742832.

Raksha Chouhan (2010) “E-Commerce Concept, Technology And Challenges: By N. S.
Kumar( 2009) pp 415”, Book Review in the Prestige International Journal of Management
and Research (PIJMR), Vol. 2(2), July 2009 & Vol. 3(1), January 2010, PP 97-99, ISSN:
0974- 6080.
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Alok Bansal, Vanita Joshi, Roopali Jain, Raksha Chouhan, Rahul Deo (2013) “Dimensions
Of Internet Banking Service Quality: A Perceptual Study Of Internet Banking Users”
Research Paper in the Book “Mapping Business Excellence Through Vision, Values and
Vibrant Practices“, Published by Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, PP 508-523, ISBN: 97893-5062-254-4.
539

Raksha Chouhan, Dr Vijay Singh Rathore (2011), “Electronic Banking Security: Issues,
Challenges and
Solutions”, Information and communication Technologies: Enhancing
Business Competencies through Innovative Practices“, New Delhi, 2011, PP 297-305, ISBN:
938136129-0.

Raksha Chouhan, Dr Vijay Singh Rathore (2011), “Comparative Study For Electronic
Banking Security Using Short-Time Password Solution And Certificate Based Solution
Method, Global Business Recession: Lessons Learnt“, Volume- 1, Allahabad 2011, PP 626639, ISBN: 978-81-910494-2-8.

Raksha Chouhan, Dr Vijay Singh Rathore (2011), “Electronic Banking Security: A
Comparative Study”, Paradigm Shift and Challenges for Sustainable Global Business, New
Delhi 2011, PP 703-717, ISBN: 978-81-7446-960-1.

Alok Bansal , Bharti Motwani, Raksha Chouhan , Roopali Jain and Gitanjali Shrivastav (
2010), “A Study On Users’ Perception Towards Security Concerns In E-Transactions”,
IT Initiative For Building Creative Organizations, New Delhi (2010), PP 303-309, ISBN:
978-81-7446-884-0.

Raksha Chouhan, Dr Vijay Singh Rathore (2010), “Security Threats In Electronic
Banking”, Managing In The New World Order: Strategies For Sustainable Business
Development”, New Delhi (2010), PP 342-347, ISBN: 978-81-7446-815-4.

Raksha Chouhan (2009), “Performance Evaluation of Procedural Versus Object
Oriented Programming Paradigm,” It Innovations For Organizational Excellence, New
Delhi (2009), PP 284-293, ISBN: 978-81-7446-759-1.

Raksha Chouhan (2009) “CBSE: New Age Of Software Development,”
Transcending
Horizon On Innovative Global Practices, New Delhi(2009), PP 303-309, ISBN: 978-81-7446708-9.
Ms. Bharti Motwani
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):

Motwani, B., Haryani, S. and Matharu, S. (2013). Usage of E-Books by Teaching
Professionals: An Empirical Study. Journal of Applied Information Science, 1(2), 21-33,
2321-6115.

Motwani, B., Matharu, S. and Haryani, S. (2013). A Comparative Study of Mobile Banking
Services in Public and Private Sector Banks. International Journal of Marketing & Business
Communication, 2(3), 41-48, 2277-484X.

Motwani, B. and Sharma, R.K. (2013). A Study on the effect of Enterprise Resource
Planning on Internal Process of an Organization. International Journal of Knowledge
Management and Practices, 1(20), 10-16, 2320-7523

Motwani, B., Haryani, S. and Matharu, S. (2013). A Comparative Study Between USA and
540
India on Factors Affecting Online Shopping. International Journal of Customer Relations,
1(2), 1-7, 2320-7515.

Haryani, S., Motwani, B. and Matharu, S. (2013). An Empirical study on the Student
Perspicacity about the usage of E-Books in Academics. Pacific Business Review
International, 6(3), 71-82, 0974-438X..

Haryani, S., Motwani, B., Tanted,N., Roy, D. and Maheshwari, M. (2013). Effect Of Global
Recession On Stock Sensitivity Index (Β) With Special Reference to Indian IT Sector. Pacific
Business Review International , 72-78, 0974-438X.
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Matharu, S., Motwani, B. and Haryani, S. (2013). Attitude of Post Graduate Students’ towards
Entrepreneurship: An analysis of Selected Students of Indore City. Entrepreneurship: Driver
for Economic Growth, 51-57, 978-93-5062-332-9.

Motwani, B. and Nagrani, J.(2013). A Study of Ecofriendly and Non Ecofriendly Carry Bags
(With Special Reference to Jute Carry Bags. Resonance of Research, 3-11,978-93-83917-13-6.

Motwani, B. and Tripathi,M. (2013). Consumer Perception Regarding Different means of
Advertisement: An Empirical Study. Resonance of Research, 36-46, 978-93-83917-13-6.

Motwani, B. and Hirani, S. (2013). Operating Systems and Social Networking Applications on
Mobile Devices : An Empirical Study. Resonance of Research, 171-181, 978-93-83917-13-6.

Bharti Motwani, Deepesh Mamtani, R.K.Sharma (2012). An empirical study on usage of
Human Resource Information System : Perceptual Study. IT Enabled Marketing Practices
For Global Business Organizations.978-93-5062-121-9, pp 36-43.

Sukhjeet Matharu, Bharti Motwani, Sharda Haryani (2012).
An exploratory study of
youngsters’use of social networking sites. IT Enabled Marketing Practices For Global
Business Organizations. Organizations.978-93-5062-121-9, pp 44-53.

Bharti Motwani , Sharda Haryani, , Dr.R.K.Sharma (2011). Usage of Electronic Books :A
Perceptual Study of Students. Value Creation for Competition Differentiation: Emerging
Business Models in the Global Economy. 978-81-7446-929-8, pp 370-78

Sharda Haryani, Bharti Motwani (2011). Preferences and barriers of usage of ICT tools
in modern education system : A students perception. Gravity. 978-93-8096-609-0

Sharda Haryani, Bharti Motwani (2011), Organised V/s Unorganised Retail Market-A
comparative study. Gravity. (ISBN 978-93-8096-609-0)

Alok Bansal, Bharti Motwani, Raksha Chouhan, Roopali Jain and Gitanjali Shrivastava
(2010). A Study on Users’ Perception towards Security Concerns in E-Transactions. IT
initiatives for Building Creative Organizations. Excel Books (ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0), pp
303-311.

Sharda Haryani, Sukhjeet Matharu, Akhanksha Shah , Bharti Motwani (2010). “Web Based
Online ExaminationSystem : Relevance With Modern Scenario”. IT Initiatives for
Building Creative . Excel Books , 978-81-7446-884-0, pp 203-210
541

Bharti Motwani, Matharu Sukhjeet Kaur (2010). System Application and Product : A
solution for better business. Managing Corporate Responsibility & Risk for Synergising
Business Practices to achieve Organizational Excellence. Excel Books. pp. 261-265.

Matharu Sukhjeet Kaur , Bharti Motwani, , Jain V.K. (2010). Criteria for Effective
Advertising. A Conceptual Study. Managing Corporate Responsibility & Risk for
Synergising Business Practices to achieve Organizational Excellence. Excel Books. pp. 339346.

Bharti Motwani, Sukhjeet Matharu, V.K.Jain (2009), Enterprise Resource Planning : A
Revolution in Business. Paradigm Shift and Challenges for Sustainable Global Business.
Excel Books . pp 695-702.

Bharti Motwani (2009). Model View Controller (MVC) Design pattern in J2EE. IT for
organizational Excellence. Excel Books.
 Edited Books :

Upadhyaya A., Motwani, B., Phatak, Y. and Sharma, R.K. (2012). IT Enabled Marketing
Practices for Global Business Organizations. 978-93-5062-121-9.
 Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers:


Haryani, S. , Motwani, B., Sharma, R.K. and Ahuja, K. (2013). Resonance of Research. 97893-83917-13-6.
Haryani, S. and Motwani, B. (2013). Exploring Innovation Measurement Process for
Global Prosperity (with special reference to Indian software industry, S.P. No.
PIMR/2014/01
Ms. Roopali Jain
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):

Roopali Jain (2012) “A study of Green Computing Awareness among Bank Employees”. A
Peer Reviewed International Journal of Asian Research Consortium AJRM: Asian Journal of
Research in Marketing. Vol. 1, Issue 1, February 2012.
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Alok Bansal, Vanita Joshi, Roopali Jain, Raksha Chouhan and Rahul Deo (2013).
‘Dimensions of Internet Banking Service Quality: A Perceptual Study of Internet
Banking Users’. In Sachin Mittal, Pragya Keshari, Yogeshwari Phatak, and Raj Kishore
542
Sharma (Eds.), Mapping Business Excellence through Vision, Values and Vibrant Practices.
Excel Books, New Delhi (ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4), pp 508-523.

Alok Bansal , Raksha Chouhan, Roopali Jain, Bharti Motwani, and Gitanjali Shrivastav (
2010); ” A Study On Users’ Perception Towards Security Concerns In E-Transactions”
in the Book “IT Initiative For Building Creative Organizations” Published by Excel Books,
New Delhi (2010), PP 303-309, ISBN: 978-81-7446-884-0. (Abstract published in Souvenir –
‘E-GYAN 2010’, pp.35.)

Roopali Jain, R K Sharm (2009) “Datawarehousing and Datamining in Informational
Technology: An Overview”. Dr. Yogeshwari Phatak & Dr. Alok Bansal, “Third PIMR
International Conference on Transcending Horizons on Innovative Global Practices”,
organized by Prestige Institute of Management Research, Indore and Sponsored by All India
Council For Technical Education, New Delhi.

Roopali Jain (2009); “Knowledge Management Perspectives in Information Technology
Era” in the Book “IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence” Published by Excel Books,
New Delhi (2009), PP (393 - 399), on
“Forth National Conference on Information
Technology” Organized by PIMR, Indore.
Ms. Sharda Haryani
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):

Motwani, B., Haryani, S. and Matharu, S. (2013). Usage of E-Books by Teaching
Professionals: An Empirical Study. Journal of Applied Information Science, 1(2), 21-33,
2321-6115.

Motwani, B., Matharu, S. and Haryani, S. (2013). A Comparative Study of Mobile Banking
Services in Public and Private Sector Banks. International Journal of Marketing & Business
Communication, 2(3), 41-48, 2277-484X.

Motwani, B., Haryani, S. and Matharu, S. (2013). A Comparative Study Between USA and
India on Factors Affecting Online Shopping. International Journal of Customer Relations,
1(2), 1-7, 2320-7515.

Haryani, S., Motwani, B. and Matharu, S. (2013). An Empirical study on the Student
Perspicacity about the usage of E-Books in Academics. Pacific Business Review
International, 6(3), 71-82,0974-438X.

Haryani, S., Motwani, B., Tanted,N., Roy, D. and Maheshwari, M. (2013). Effect Of Global
Recession On Stock Sensitivity Index (Β) With Special Reference to Indian IT Sector. Pacific
Business Review International , 72-78, 0974 438X.

Haryani, S., Sharma R.K, Sidique, N. and Prasad, S (2011). Let Block Heads Read what
Block Heads Wrote, A Case of Sheetal Exports. Share Study Journal of Multi Disciplinary
Research, 2(2), 98-101.0976-4712.
543
 Monograph/Status Paper

Haryani, S. and Motwani, B. (2013). Exploring Innovation Measurement Process
for Global Prosperity (with special reference to Indian software industry, S.P. No.
PIMR/2014/01
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Matharu, S., Motwani, B. and Haryani, S. (2013). Attitude of Post Graduate Students’
towards Entrepreneurship: An analysis of Selected Students of Indore City. Entrepreneurship:
Driver for Economic Growth, 51-57, 978-93-5062-332-9.

Haryani, S. and Gupta, R. (2013). Effect of Volatile Exchange Rate on Balance Of Trade in
India. Resonance of Research, 71-78, 978-93-83917-13-6.

Haryani, S. and Baranwal, H. (2013). Revamping Indian Carpet Export: A Descriptive
Study. Resonance of Research, 92-102, 978-93-83917-13-6.

Haryani, S., Uplopkar, U. and Jambekar, P. (2013). Consumer Behavior towards Viral
Marketing Phenomenon: An Empirical Study. Resonance of Research, 149-163,978-9383917-13-6.

Sukhjeet Matharu, Bharti Motwani, Sharda Haryani (2012). An exploratory study of
youngsters’use of social networking sites. IT Enabled Marketing Practices For Global
Business Organizations. Organizations.978-93-5062-121-9, pp 44-53

Bharti Motwani , Sharda Haryani, , Dr.R.K.Sharma (2011). Usage of Electronic Books :A
Perceptual Study of Students. Value Creation for Competition Differentiation: Emerging
Business Models in the Global Economy. 978-81-7446-929-8, pp 370-78

Sharda Haryani, Bharti Motwani (2011). Preferences and barriers of usage of ICT tools
in modern education system : A students perception. Gravity. 978-93-8096-609-0

Haryani, S. and Motwani, B. (2011). Organised V/s Unorganised Retail Market-A
comparative study. Gravity, 978-93-8096-609-0

Motwani, B., Haryani, S. and Sharma, R.K. (2011). Usage of Electronic Books: A Perceptual
Study of Students. Value Creation for Competition Differentiation: Emerging Business
Models in the Global Economy, 978-81-7446-929-8, pp 370-78

Haryani S., Matharu S., Shah, A. and Motwani, B. (2010). Web Based Online Examination
System : Relevance With Modern Scenario. IT Initiatives for Building Creative
Organizations, 978-81-7446-929-8, pp 370-78
Mr. Dharmendra Sharma
 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international):
544
 Nishant Joshi, Dharmendra Sharma & Kartik Uttarwar (2012) “Taste It and Tell It
to Others”, SHARE Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Studies, 109-110
Volume 3(1), 2012.
 Chapter(s) in Books:

Manita Matharu, Dharmendra Sharma and Punit k Dwivedi (2014) “Relationship
Marketing as a core marketing activity” – A Conceptual Framework,
in Vipin
Choudhary, Yogeshwari Phatak, Raj Kishore Sharma & Rajesh Jangalwa (eds.), “Managing
People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity , Excel India Publishers, New
Delhi, 2014.

Pragya Jaroliya, Deepak Jaroliya, Dharmendra Sharma, (2013) “An assessment of
consumer sentiments towards Internet marketing practices, in Jayesh Aagja, Ashwini K.
Awasthi & Sanjay Jain (eds.), “Consumer Behaviour and Emerging Practices in Marketing,
Himalaya Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2013.

Alok Bansal, Suyash Jhawar, Dharmendra Sharma, Rashmi Tiwari, Rajiv Tripathi (2011)
“Internet user’s resistance towards online purchase” – An Exploratory study, in Kapil
Arora, Yogeshwari Phatak, Bhavna Sharma & Deepak Jaroliya (eds.), “Information &
Communication Technology: Enhancing Business Competencies through Innovative
Practices, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, 2011.
63. Details of patents and income generated
Every year institute organizes two conferences at national and international level where proceeding in
the form book is published with ISBN Number. The rights of these books are kept with the institute
only. The details of the conference conducted by the department and income generated are as
follows:
Name of the Conference, Year and Coordinator
Income Generated (Rs.)
Entrepreneurship: Driver For Economic Growth’, Excel Books, New Rs. 1,39,000
Delhi (ISBN : 978-93-5062-332-9)
Value Creation for Competitive Differentiation’, Excel Books, New Rs. 2,38,000
Delhi, ISBN: 978-81-7446-928-1.
IT Initiatives for Building Creative Organizations’. Excel Books, Rs. 1,30,000
New Delhi (ISBN 987-81-7446-884-0).
IT Innovations for Organizational Excellence’. Excel Books, New Rs. 1,19,000
Delhi (ISBN 978-81-7446-759-1).
Information and Communication Technologies – Enhancing business Rs. 3,60,000
Competencies through Innovative Practices ISBN 938136129-0
545
Managing People, Processes and Environment for Global Prosperity Excel
Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-359-6
IT Enabled Marketing Practices for Global Business Organizations Excel
Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-121-9
Business Innovations and Entreprenuership Excel Books, New Delhi
ISBN 978-93-5062-004-5
Managing in the new world order: Strategies for sustainable business
Development Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-81-7446-815-4
Mapping Business Excellence through vision, values and vibrant practices
Excel Books, New Delhi ISBN 978-93-5062-254-4
Rs. 1,50,000
Rs. 99,000
Rs. 1,30,000
Rs. 1,45,000
Rs. 1,39,000
64. Areas of consultancy and income generated
COMPANY NAME
NAME OF PROJECT
Year
Amount
Indira Securities
Business Problem Solving Using Advanced
MS Excel 2007 for Managers
2014
Krishna Food Products
Application for Human Resource
Management System
2013-14
6000
Sai Handicraft Industries
Information Retrieval Sytem for Production
Department
2013-14
5000
R.O. Chilled Water
MIS for delivery system of R.O. Water
2013-14
5000
Shyam Electric Works
Invoicing of Electrical Company
2013-14
5000
Trivedi RoadLines
Integrated Application of Transport and
Sales Management System
2013-14
5000
Tirupati Overseas
Invoicing and Generation of VAT report of
Export Unit
2013-14
10000
Rebirth Fitness Studio
MIS for Fitness Studio
2013-14
5000
Innovative Project
Engineers
Attendance Management Information
System
2013-14
5000
Ruchisham Transport
Transportation and Logistics Management
Application
2011-12
5000
M/s V.S.Kapse
NAN Procurement Application
2011-12
5000
Rambabu Ke Paranthe
MIS for Restaurant
2011-12
5000
Firstman Software
Solutions
MIS for Coaching Institute
2011-12
7500
18000
546
65. Faculty recharging strategies
The institute promotes faculty members by providing them following facilities:
13. Research : Institute promotes research by encouraging all faculty members to
attend seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and workshops twice in
a year. The grant includes registration fees, lodging, boarding, travelling and
dearness allowance. Faculty members are also sponsored for attending international
conferences outside India once a year. The faculty members are also given research
grant for the project undertaken by them.
14. Academic leave: The institute has a provision for study leave which is given to the
faculty members for attending international and national conference within and
outside the country. Any faculty member who is nominated and getting grant for
attending conferences, workshops, seminar, etc are allowed for study leave
including departure and arrival day. Institute also has provision to give leave for
Ph.D. work and data collection to the faculty members.
15. Nomination to national/international conferences/Seminars: All brochures from
various institutions for attending conferences, seminar and workshops are circulated
among all faculty members. Faculty members can apply to director for nominating
their name in a specific conference, seminar or workshop based on their interest
area. After receiving application from faculty member director, nominate the faculty
member and sponsor the faculty along with academic leave.
16. In-service training: The institute regularly organizes seminars, workshops like
research methodology workshop, case writing workshops, Faculty Development
programs, and academic forums to provide in-service training facility to all the
faculty members. The faculty members are also given facilities like library, laptops,
access to international and national journals. This provides faculty a platform to
attend lectures of eminent personalities from industry and academia on
contemporary issues on management.
17. Organizing national/international conferences: Institute continuously organises
national and international conferences. Every year institute organizes international
conference on 30th and 31st January. Since 2007, institute has organized eight
international conferences. Besides this Institute has also organized 16 National
Conferences.
18. Providing research grants : Institute provides research grants to all the faculty
members for attending seminars, conferences, quality initiative programmes and
workshops twice in a year. The grant includes registration fees, lodging, boarding,
travelling and dearness allowance. Faculty members are also sponsored for
international conferences outside India. The faculty members are also given
research grant for the project undertaken by them.
66. Student projects
 percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter-departmental
547

Students’ project is a mandatory part for the courses. Summer training projects are
mandatory for all the UG programs as per university/ Institution Norms.
Course
BCA
Major Research
Project
Compulsory
Percentage
100%
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries / institutes
Course
BCA
Summer Internship
Project
Compulsory
Percentage
100%
67. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by

Institute and faculty members have received various state levels, national level
and International level awards. The details are as follows:
 Faculty
Dr. Alok Bansal
 Chairman of ISTE Indore chapter for 2011-12.
 Honorary Secretary-cum-Treasure of ISTE Indore chapter during 2006-2010.
 Zonal Coordinator for AIMS International Summer Internship Competition organized by
AIMS International during Nov-Dec 2007.
 Session Chairman of Technical Session entitled ‘Customer Relationship Management’
during Fifth AIMS International conference on ‘Technology & Management’, IBS,
Hyderabad, Dec. 27–30, 2007.
 Posted as Conference Co-Chairman of PIMR Second National Conference on Organizational
Transformation through Information Technology: Issues and Challenges, organized on
September 7-8, 2007.
 Posted as Conference Secretary of PIMR First National Information Technology Conference
and PIMR Third International Conference organized on August 6-7, 2006 and February 7-8,
2009 respectively.
 Appointed as Returning Officer three times to conduct the elections – 2007, 2008 and 2009
of Indian Society of Training and Development, Indore Chapter.
548
 Posted as 'Treasurer' of Indore Junior Chamber, 'Youth Wing'–1995, and won ‘Junior
Jaycee Award’ for the Zone VI [M.P.].
 Review Committee Member for refereeing/reviewing research papers of Prestige Journal of
Management and Research (PJMR) and Prestige International Journal of Management
and Research (PIJMR) published by Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore
(Jan 2006 - Dec. 2009).
 Editorial Review Board (ERB) member of AIMS International Journal of Management
(AIJM) published by AIMS International, USA (Feb 2007 – Jan 2010).
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
 Member on the review panel of Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited.
 Secretary cum Treasurer, Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), Indore Chapter.
Mr. Suyash Jhawar
 Received best paper award titled “Consumer Perceptions towards uses of Plastic
Bags” in International Conference organized by Symbiosis Institute of Business
Management, Pune, March, 2014
 Invited as special guest by ISHRAE (Indian Society of Heating Refrigeration and Airconditioning Engineers) of Indore during the event ‘Technochill 2014’ on February 8,
2014 and February 21, 2012.
 Appointed as Evaluator for AIMS International Summer Internship Competition
organized by AIMS International.
Ms. Bhavna Sharma


As External Examiner appointed by IMS, DAVV,Indore for Comprehensive Viva
Voce of MBA Programs.
As External Examiner appointed by IMS, DAVV,Indore for Major Research
Project Viva Voce of MBA Programs.
Dr. Raksha Chouhan


Received BEST FACULTY AWARD from Prestige Institute of Management and
Research Indore in 2009.
Students
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ROLL OF HONOUR (ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2013)
SNo
Course
Batch
Name of Student
Name of Gold Medal
1 BCA
2010-2013
Dolly Das
PIMR Fraternity Gold Medal
2 BCA
2010-2012
Gaurav Jain
PIMR Fraternity Gold Medal
BCA Batch 2009-2012
Certificate of Distinction
S.NO
68.
Name of Student
%
Class
1
DIVYA PURASWANI
83.76
BCA
2
RAJESH KUMAR SHARMA
75.9
BCA
Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national/
international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Expenditure incurred on various activities are given in the table and these are self
financed.
S.
No.
Major Head of Research
Activities
1
Conferences & Seminars
Expenditure
2
Faculty Development Exp.
2012-13
2011-12
3148666
2509162 2080537 1363382 1354480
691928
293375
2010-11
129187
2009-10
186336
2008-09
168301
69. Student profile course-wise:
2009 Batch
Sr. No.
Name of the Course
Applications
Selected
Pass Percentage
550
1
BCA
Recevied
Male
40
25
Female
15
Male
81.82
Female
92.96
2010 Batch
Sr. No.
Name of the Course
Selected
Applications
Recevied
Male
Female
Pass Percentage
Male
Female
1
BCA
38
23
13
78.57
100
2
ADBC
12
05
04
100
100
2011 Batch
Sr. No.
Name of the Course
Selected
Applications
Recevied
Male
Female
1
BCA
40
22
11
2
ADBC
25
15
10
Pass Percentage
Male
100
Female
100
2012 Batch
Sr. No.
Name of the Course
Selected
Applications
Recevied
Male
Female
1
BCA
40
20
18
2
ADBC
20
12
07
Pass Percentage
Male
100
Female
100
2013 Batch
Sr. No.
Name of the Course
Selected
Applications
Recevied
Male
Female
1
BCA
35
14
12
2
ADBC
06
03
03
Pass Percentage
Male
Female
70. Diversity of students:
Bachelor of Computer Applications
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Year
% of students
from the State
% of students
from other
States
2013
% of
students
from the
College
0%
84.62%
15.38%
% of
students
from other
countries
0%
2012
0%
92.11%
7.89%
0%
2011
0%
93.94%
6.06%
0%
2010
0%
100%
0%
0%
2009
0%
97.5%
2.5%
0%
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Advanced Diploma in Business Computing
Year
% of students
from the State
% of students
from other
States
2013
% of
students
from the
College
100%
84%
16%
% of
students
from other
countries
0%
2012
100%
91%
9%
0%
2011
100%
92%
8%
0%
2010
100%
100%
0%
0%
71. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET, SLET,
GATE and any other competitive examinations?
The institute has faculty counselors who counsel students applying for Civil Services, Defense
Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations. It encourages students to read
magazines and newspapers and also organizes various seminars and quizzes to help them
increase their general knowledge, which ultimately helps the students in aforementioned
examinations. Besides this, the institute regularly subscribes to the magazines like competition
success and newspapers in the library which can help the students crack these exams.
72. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
%
80 %
NA
0.5 %
50
50
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73. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university
58.33% (7/12)
from other universities within the State
8.33% (1/12)
from other universities from other States
33.33% (4/12)
74. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
Three faculty members awarded Ph. D during the assessment period:
S.No.
Name of Faculty
Topic of Ph. D
01
Dr. Shubhangi Jore
Estimating Asymptotic Limit of Consumption and Threshold
Level of Income: Micro and Macro Econometric Applications
with Futuristic Approach
02
Dr. Deepak Jaroliya
Assessment
of
E-Banking
Products
and
Services:
A
Comparative Study of E-Banking Users of Public and Private
Sector Banks
03
Dr. Raksha Chouhan
Study and Analysis of Security Issues in E-banking to Obtain a
Generalized Security Model
75. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library
Total area of the library (in Sq. Mts.) - 630 Square Meter
Total seating capacity – 240
Working hours (on working days, on holidays, before examination days, during
examination days, during vacation)
Working Days
: 12Hrs ( 9.00 A.M. to 9 .00 P.M.)
On Holidays (During Examination ) : 7 Hrs ( 10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.)
During Vacation
: 9 Hrs ( 9.00 A.M to 6.00 P.M.)
Library of the Institute has individual reading carrels for the students, lounge area for
browsing and relaxed readings and IT zone for accessing e-resources like e-journals and ebooks etc. Prominent display of library contents and library bulletin for easy references.
Details on the library holdings:
u)
Print Books
Titles
:
9105
554
v)
Volumes
:
33634
Back Volumes
:
1015
:
234
Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
AV CDs
w)
Electronic (e-books, e-Journals)
e-books , Periodicals CDs
:
e-Journals
:
457
8500
(Proquest ABI
,DELNET)
x)
Complete
Special collection
Text Book
Reference Books
Research and Training Reports
Annual Reports of Companies
Monographs
Doctoral Thesis
Working Paper
Research Projects
Orations and Technical Notes
:
:
:
:
25737
9069
9058
388
:
:
25
55
:
10
:
11
:
29
b) Internet facilities for staff and students
Internet facility is available for students in the computer lab from Morning 9.00 am to
Evening 9.00 pm. Besides, campus is fully wi-fi and students can access internet from
anywhere in the premises. Faculty members are provided with laptops and the same
facility
available for them also.
c) Total number of class rooms
:
45
d) Class rooms with ICT facility
:
45
Interactive Boards, ICT enabled classrooms, Internet facility, laptops, LCD projectors, are
provided to each class and faculty where they may take use of these and make the class more
interactive for enhancing the quality of teaching, learning and research. We have two Interactive
white boards and all the classrooms have LCD/DLP projectors for ‘power point presentations.
Students are encouraged to give seminar talks using ICT resources. The institute provides digital
library facility for all teaching and non-teaching staff members and students. Moreover, the
softwares required for teaching and learning are also available on the LAN & WAN.
e) Students’ laboratories
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Dedicated computing facility and 500 Systems with Internet Connectivity allotted for
Students. The details are as follows:
Sl.
NO
1
DEPT/LAB
MAKE CONFIGURATION
NO.OF
SYSTEMS
Lab1
120
2
Lab2
3
Lab3
4
Lab4
5
Lab(ug)
Lenovo thin centre Intel core 2 duo/1GB
RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Acer core i-3/4GB RAM/320GB HDD/19 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse with Ncomputing
Thin client /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical Mouse
Wipro PIV /512RAM/14TFT Monitor/Keyboard/Usb
Optical
Lenevo 1GB RAM/320GB HDD/17 TFT
Monitor/Keyboard/Usb Optical Mouse
6
Electronics Lab
100
100
60
120
Latest lab
f) Research laboratory : N. A.
76. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.
Yes. The institute provides financial aid to the students on time. The scholarships is given to
the students by the Prestige Education Society. The institute also waive off research centre
fee of research scholars who have been appointed under College Code. The institute has
given educational assistance to eight students of Rs. 2,04,400/- this year to the students. The
Institute has MOU with Punjab National Bank and Central
Bank of India for providing
education loan to the students. The institute also helps students avail government scholarship.
The list of the students of department received financial assistance from the institute as
follows:
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2010-11.
S.No.
Program
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
556
1
Ph. D
Suyash Jhawar
3500.00
Total 3500.00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2011-12.
S.No
Class
Sch.No
Name of Student
Amount
Suyash Jhawar
3500.00
.
1
Ph. D.
Total 3500..00
List of Students for Scholarship/ Concession allowed for the year 2012-13.
S.No.
Class
Name of Student
Amount
1
Ph. D.
Suyash Jhawar
3500.00
Total 3500.00
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77. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Every year during the admissions, institute appoints admission coordinators/counselors
to counsel the candidates who come to inquire about the various courses offered by the
institute. After their interaction, institute comes to know the demand of the course exists
in the market and subsequently applies to the authorities for getting permission for the
new program.
 Need Assessment
The institute on the basis of feedback of faculty experience, industry and student feedback
assess the existing curriculum and seek removal of the deadwood or obsolete form of syllabus
and introduction of new and relevant topics and courses in curriculum. These changes are
made through systematic mechanism at various levels.
The institution undertakes the following exercise for developing and upgrading the
curriculum.
•
The Director puts forward the agenda in the meeting of the Heads of
Departments and several issues pertaining to the student promotions, credit
regulations, transitory regulations, pass percentage, syllabus coverage
mechanisms, interdisciplinary courses, changes that can be made to the
curriculum etc. are discussed.
• Syllabus Board is prepared
• The Heads of departments call for meetings where courses are distributed
areas wise to the various departments and respective departments analytically
and critically look at programs/courses.
• While designing the curriculum, current technologies, feedback from Alumni,
feedback from employers are also taken into consideration.
• The changes suggested by the departments are placed in the College BOS for
discussion
• The observations and suggestions of the member of BOS are taken into
consideration for finalizing the Curriculum and the revised curriculum is
placed before the Academic Council of the Institute.
• The Academic Council then make suggestions for necessary modification in
the course curriculum and after incorporation the necessary modification the
curriculum is then placed in front of the Executive Council for further
discussion and approval. Once approved by the Executive Council the
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curriculum in the final shape is implemented in the forthcoming academic
session.
78. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the
department utilize it? Yes
The institution accords highest priority to the curriculum development and its execution.
The institution takes meticulous care with regard to each of the steps concerned. The
institution understands that the academic and professional prosperity of the graduates
originates from the curriculum in which they are simulates to study and practice.
The syllabus is updated annually, new electives are offered keeping in mind the changing
need of the industry.
The process is facilitated by active contribution and feedback from industry experts and
alumni.
The syllabus is updated with the contribution of faculty members in their respective
specializations and is then presented in the Board of Studies, Academic Council and
Executive Council for approval.
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what is the response of
the department to the same?
This assessment on curriculum and teaching is done twice in a year by providing the students
with questionnaire in which questions include content aspects like relevance of the
curriculum, time allotted,learning, applicability, extent of coverage and the inclusion of
projects and assessments and feedback of faculty teaching. Every program also has a faculty
co-ordinator who acts as a mentor to students and takes feedback on any teaching learning
issue faced by the students.Both the formal and informal feedback is analysed and finally
discussed with the Director. The feedback is then discussed in faculty meetings to implement
necessary course of action.
c. alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the department to
the same?
Feedback from Alumni
The alumni feedback is obtained during the Alumni Meet which is
organized every year by the
institute. And their response is studied and analyzed for making modifications and further utilized
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after approval from Board of Studies and Academic Council members. Alumni also give feedback as
members of the Advisory board.
Feedback from employer and Academic Experts
Employer : Employer’s appraisal of the curriculum is obtained through the feedback Performa that
deals with relevance of the topics, time utilized for completion of syllabus, use of teaching aids,
teaching strategies employed and conduct of tests. The feedback from employer is obtained to assess
the suitability and to update /modify the curriculum as per the need of industry. The feedback is taken
at time of placement, At time of summer training, at time of SIP,by special invitation and conducting
workshops and Informally by industry experts who visit campus.
who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback from experts who
visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
Academic Experts - Relevance of curriculum is evaluated by the different experts in light of the needs
of organization, society and psychology of students, practical aspects and development of vocational
and training skills who are invited to attend curriculum development workshops besides feedback
from experts who visit the institute on various occasion like FDPs, Workshops,Seminars etc.
79. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Name of Students
Organizations
Year of passing
Harshita Gidwani
Cognizant Technologies
2012-13
Parampreet Saini
IBM
2012-13
Lavish Jaiswal
IBM
2012-13
Mrinal Choudhary
TCS
2011-12
Kshitiz Jain
Entreprenur
2010-11
Ruchika dadhich
Cognizant Technologies
2012-13
Prachi Dighe
CSC
2012-13
Sagar Patidar
CSC
2012-13
Prithvi Solanki
CSC
2012-13
Khushboo Sharma
IBM
2011-12
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80. Give
details
of
student
enrichment
programmes
(special
lectures/workshops/seminar) with external experts.
Institute has also formed various clubs like IT club for additional exposures and additional inputs
on different topics. All clubs are actively organizing various activities by inviting external
experts of various streams. The following lectures, seminar and workshop organized by the
department to enrich the knowledge of students:

Workshop on Excel for students

Workshop on Digital Marketing for students

Lecture Series for Personality Development for students

Seminar on Hardware and Networking

Workshop on Mobile Computing
81. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
All the courses use lecture method for teaching compulsorily. The other methods of learning
experience given to students through case study method, role plays, seminar and presentation, fish
pond activity, news paper subscriptions, learning from movie clippings i.e. pratibimb, practical
exposure through different workshops, and special extra mural lectures along with regular classroom
interactions. The students are also given social projects, summer training projects and major research
projects which they do under the mentorship of faculty and industry mentor.

The department has also instituted HR Club for additional exposures and additional
inputs on different topics. All clubs are actively organizing various activities

Institute also organized national and international conferences. Students actively
participate as student delegates and also contribute in different organizing
committees. Through the conferences students learn the practical exposures and
interact with industrial and academics experts. The institute also organizes industrial
visits, port visits and other activities like Jigysa-National Student Research Paper
contest, Pragya-National Summer Internship Project contest, Prayas-National Case
Analysis and presentation contest, etc. OJTs and summer training for 6-8 weeks is
also done by the students in industry.

For over all holistic development of the student, Institute has Holistic cell and Rotract
club where continuous activities are organised. Institute has also a dedicated room as
room of silence for all such activities. Some major activities are Meditation camp,Art
of Living Classes,Yoga Classes,Spiritual tour and workshops,EMLs by renowned
spiritual leaders to name a few.

Apart from this the institute has a policy for inviting expert people for lectures,
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conducting seminars, workshops and conferences. Institute has also well equipped
two way video conferencing facility through which institute conduct various expert
lectures from Indian and outside India for students. Institute also organized
symposium on different topics for students. The Institute also has MOU with AISEC
for foreign interns who interact with students and have workshops to expose students
to global scenario.
82. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and
learning outcomes monitored?
The institute has clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes. The institute has the policy of
defining the learning outcomes for each course by concerned faculty. The learning outcomes are
mentioned in the syllabus, information brochure and website of institute. The faculties appraise the
student of the learning outcomes of its programme during the induction programme held at the time of
admission of the student. Learning outcome of each course is discussed by faculty. The syllabus is
available in printed format for the students in the institute library. Students are required to study as per
syllabus and faculty members are required to teach as per the syllabus in the required lectures. The
session plan is prepared by the faculty to impart the knowledge that is essential to comply with the
learning outcomes. The institute has system of faculty program co-ordinators to ensure that the
session plan is adhered to.
To ensure learning outcomes the institute ensures that the session plan are uploaded by faculty for
each course in each semester which are available to students through their student login online. The
internal evaluation system comprises 40% of total marks and is rigorous and continuous in nature. It
includes class test, online test, case presentations, seminar presentations, live wire, fish pond
presentations, comprehensive viva voce to name a few.
The institute also includes attendance of the students by giving due weightage to attendance in
internal marks. The institute also makes students undergo assessment test for communication skills,
aptitude test to identify weaker students and provide them extra support by way of special classes.The
feedback received by faculty on the problems faced in internal schemes, attendance, syllabus, etc are
received through faculty meetings held before each semester to discuss the same and necessary steps
are taken to reduce the same. The student’s faculty feedback is collaborated and given to the
concerned faculty. In case, it is below the expected level, the head of the institution discuss the
feedback with the faculty concerned.
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The percentage of passing students, the number of students with distinctions, etc is compared with
past years result to see whether changes implemented are positively reflected in student results. The
score of aptitude and language tests are used to provide students with supportive classes in specific
areas. The feedback of industry at the time of summer training/ placements is discussed with the
placement officer and support in specific areas is provided to the students.
83. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
The institute has a Rotaract club called PIMR Rotaract Club which is registered with Rotary
International. The institute also has NSS Chapter. On this platform a wide number of activities are
organized for students and faculties like seminars on important issues such as AIDS awareness,
female feticide, environmental protection, cerebral cancer, blood donation camps are also conducted
in connection with the local health units and hospitals. Fund raising activities are conducted and funds
so raised are donated to orphanages, old age homes, schools for underprivileged children, Laptops for
teaching deaf children, hearing aid for deaf and dumb children etc.
Seminars for students and faculties on important issues such as AIDS awareness, female feticide, and
environmental protection. Blood donation camps are also conducted in connection with the local
health units and hospitals. Moreover, under the coordination of faculty members, student members of
the Rotaract Club and NSS are regularly deputed for offering services for needy ones in the society.
The institute promotes institution neighborhood network through Holistic Center, Rotaract Club and
NSS which allows faculty as well as students to pursue activities for community development. The
faculty members are nominated by the Institute as Programme Officers in NSS and Faculty
Coordinator for Rotaract Club. They plan activities to be undertaken for the year as per the prepared
time table. The management supports these activities. The outreach programs of the college aim at
community development and sensitization of the community towards social responsibilities. Thus,
students and faculty members are motivated to take initiatives in community services.
The extension activities complement student academic learning by making students of
environmental issues, health services, and importance of education and teaching skills.
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Environmental: On the part of environmental conservation measure, tree plantation is organized
almost every year. Last two tree plantation activities were conducted on 13 Aug. 2012 and on 03 Sept.
2011.
Health Services: The students are encouraged to participate in various rallies, awareness programs
and campaigns in relation to various activities. The college has organized so many campaigns and
awareness programs for many health related needs of the community.
The various programs organized are:-






Free camp of skin and hair treatment on 22nd November 2013
Workshop on Cervical Cancer awareness on March 23rd 2007
Awareness on swine flu on 17th August 2010
Dental Disease awareness and Dental checkup program for PIMR faculties on 25th May 2009
Workshop on Female Feticide awareness on Feb 4th 2014.
Workshop on AIDS awareness Feb 4th 2014.
84. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
In order to enhance creativity and scientific temper amongst the learners, the students are provided
various platforms to showcase and nurture their creative and analytical skills. The institute has a
transparent system where all students are informed about activities, chapter, clubs etc. All the students
are encouraged to participate in the activities both inside and outside the institute. The students have a
free hand in the activities of students clubs which organizes plan and execute activities which student
feels they need to learn and develop. The students are also encouraged to participate in the rotary and
NEN cell where social program and entrepreneurial activities are
promoted.
The faculty members motivate the students to participate in the youth festival and cultural activities to
encourage the artistic temper among the students. Some of the beyond scholarly activities organized
by the department include:

Spardha (Annual Sports Competition)

Manthan (Annual Student Management Festival)

Blood Donation Camps, Tree Plantation,Old
orphans,Donation of old clothes in slum areas.

Shore (Student Farewell)
Age
Home
Visits,Visit
to
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
Teachers Day

Republic Day

Janmashtami

Independence Day

Ganesh Chaturthi
85. State whether the programme/department is accredited/ graded by other agencies.
Give details.

NS-EN ISO 9001:2008/ISO 9001:2008

The institute regularly participates in the surveys done by the reputed
Newspapers, Magazines and the institute has consistently been ranked in the
upper edge of top ranking B-Schools in the nationwide surveys conducted by
different agencies and magazines like Business Today, Business World, Ministry
of Human Resource Develop Review, Indian Management IMRB, Careers360,
Business India, Competition Success, Yuva, Education Expo TV, Dalal Street
Journal,
The
Week
Mars,
SiliconIndia,
Chronical
Publication,
MBA
UNIVERSE.com, CNBC TV – C fore and Outlook - which has enabled the
Institute to achieve significant position amongst B-schools in the country.
B -School Ranking From 2009-13
S.
Name of the Magazine/Journal
Vol.
Issue
No.
Date/Month
No.
Ranking
/Remark
1
Business India
825
1 November,2009
A+
2
Open
24
18,September 2009
30
3
Business India
850
October 4-17,2010
A+
4
Competition Success Review
XLVII
05
November 2010
39
5
Business World
31
06
21-27 June 2011
36
7
Competition Success Review
XLVIII
05
November 2011
8
Business World
32
06
19-25 June 2012
9
Competition Success Review
XLIX
05
November 2012
01
32 (B School of Excellence)
34
29 (B School of Excellence)
04 ( In Central Region)
03 ( Top B School by State)
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10
Business India
905
November 25,2012
A+
11
Business World
32
49
2-15 July 2013
26
12
Out Look
LIII
39
1-7 October 2013
39
13
The Week
31
44
November 03,2013
49 ( Private B School )
24 ( In West Zone )
86. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of
the department
Strengths
1. Consultancy in IT Domain
2. Funded Research Projects
3. Consistency in research publications at national level
4. Active participation of Faculty in FDPs, Workshops, Seminars and Conferences
5. Training and Ph. D. Research
6. Unique Certificate Programs for the Students
Weaknesses
1.
The department has only an undergraduate program namely BCA.
2. Students are unwilling to take placement after graduation.
3. Students from rural background have problem with spoken English which is the
medium of teaching.
Opportunities
1.
With companies like TCs, Infosys coming to Indore, wide plethora of
opportunities in terms of projects, MDPs, Consultancies, Placement and training
will open up.
2.
To design certificate courses for working professionals
3. Introduction of industry sponsored program.
Challenges
1. Industry prefers engineers (CS & IT) to management graduates specializing in IT.
2. Difficulty in finding good faculty in the area of QT and OR.
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3.
Encouraging students to become entrepreneurs.
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87. Future plans of the department.
1. Introduction of ERP Certification like SAP, PEOPLE SOFT, ORACLE etc. for
the students
2.
Introduction of certificate programs for professionals.
3. Online development of teaching modules.
4. Introduction of paperless campus.
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Annexure –I
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Annexure –II
570
Annexure –III
571
572
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