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International Management Institute
College Name International Management Institute
About College International Management Institute (IMI) was established in 1981, as an autonomous non-profit educational society under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in collaboration with International Management Institute, Geneva to meet the widely felt need for internationally oriented management education/ training for managers at all levels in industry, government and public systems. The academic program’s of the institute continues to enjoy full support of the corporate sector as well as the Government of India since its inception. Today, IMI holds a place of distinction among the premier schools of management for being the first corporate sponsored business school with strong international orientation in India. IMI follows international standard curricula in its programs, which has been enriched by its academic collaborations with International Institute for Management Development (IIMD), Lausane (erstwhile International Management Institute, Geneva); Faculty of Management, McGill University, Montreal, and Manchester Business School, U.K, prepares participants to successfully manage and lead in an increasingly global business environment. IMI’s educational programs have been recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India. The corporate world in India, public, private, multinational companies, international consulting firms and other organizations have employed its alumni who are rightly called, the Achievers. IMI is registered under section 12A(a) as a trust under the provisions of the Income Tax Act, 1961. The income of the Institute is exempted under section 80G and 10(22) and for research under section 35(I) (iii) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 as an Institution solely for educational purposes. In keeping with the ideology, IMI offers four postgraduate programs: Postgraduate Program in International Management (PGPIM) Postgraduate Program in Management (PGPM) Post Graduate Program (PGP) Fellow Programs in Management (FPM) In addition, the institute offers a full range of custom-made in-company programs, and Executive Development Programs (EDPs), all geared to enrich creativity and ability to manage in a dynamic global environment. The Institute also has an active research and consulting base viz: Center for Managing Innovation and Technology and Center for Social Sector Governance to enhance the body of knowledge. The Management programs are designed to enable a selective number of young professionals who have been judged to have high potential, to reach responsible positions in industry. The programs at IMI foster integrative capabilities with cross-functional program modules that synthesize a number of specialized disciplines into unified learning experience. A highly committed team of internationally qualified and experienced faculty enjoys respect and recognition by the academic community, industry and Government.
Address B-10,
Qutab Institutional Area ,
Tara Crescent,
New Delhi - 110016
University international management institute
Affiliations MI presently has alliances with:ESC, Rennes, France,AIT, Bangkok, Thailand,International Institute of Management, Graz, Austria,Flinders University, A
Courses M.B.A ,Others
Course Details # Two Year full-time Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP)-- Approved by AICTE and recognised by AIU as equivalent to MBA the programme equips participants with fundamental management skills and in-depth knowledge of their chosen area of specialisation. IMI, India through its international alliances has evolved a contemporary programme with focus on core management areas and offers carefully selected elective courses which are regularly up-dated. The objectives of the programme are: * To prepare participants to manage and lead in an increasingly integrated business environment that transcends national barriers. * To develop conceptual and analytical skills, and an indepth understanding of functional areas. * To gain practical business experience. The programme is challenging, the curriculum is rigorous and the selection procedure is highly competitive. As a result IMI, India seeks candidates whose abilities, skills and personalities indicate strong potential for success in the future. Academic Year IMI, India follows the Calendar of July to May as its academic year with slight modifications as may be necessary on year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester are provided at the beginning of the term. Attendance Punctuality and regular attendance is required in all courses and other related academic activities and is one of the essential conditions for award of the IMI, India Diploma. Summer Internship On completion of year one, students gain hands-on experience in the application of core concepts and functional skills. This practice of ‘Learning by Doing’ helps the student to relate the rigours of theory in the world of business. Participants work on projects as per the specification of the company. At the end of 8-10 weeks of such a closely guided project under the supervision of the company executive, the participant submits a report to the company. The concerned company executive normally provides feedback to the Programme Director on the student performance. It should be noted that the summer internship is an essential requirement for award of the IMI, India Diploma. # Post Graduate Program in International Management (PGPIM)--An 11-month transformational programme for enabling executives with some work experience to take up globally-oriented management positions * The course is designed, monitored and continually upgraded by an Advisory Council comprising business leaders, management experts as well as officers from governmental and international agencies. * The curriculum develops international perspectives on business competitiveness so executives are prepared for roles as globally-oriented managers. It also develops skills in working with international teams and networks. * Teaching methods include experience-sharing and mentoring by practicing managers from leading Indian and multinational companies as well as case study discussions and classroom interactions. * The faculty at IMI includes first rate instructors over one-third of who have academic qualifications from the best known universities in the US and Europe. Guest faculty is drawn from leading international business schools, diplomats and senior managers from global companies, both Indian and foreign. * International exposure through a two-week study in a leading business school in North America, East Asia or Europe as well as one week of visits to companies, business institutions and international agencies as a part of learning to do business in other countries. * Developing cross-cultural sensitivities through interactions on campus with participants from different backgrounds and guest faculty inputs from diplomatic missions and with senior expatriate managers in MNCs across the globe. · Application of learning through work on a project guided by IMI faculty. The project may be chosen, monitored and supported by the sponsoring company, in which case the sponsoring company benefits from a professionally conducted study on a relevant subject done by its own executive # Post Graduate Programme (Part-time) in Management (PGPM)--I. The Programme Keeping in view the commitment of IMI to promote post-experience management education in the country, the three-year Post- Graduate Programme (Part-time) in Management (PGPM) was started by the Institute in July 1986. This programme is recognised by Ministry of Human Resources, Government of India, and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The programme is designed to impart knowledge and skills in the basic and functional areas of management. It is meant for young individuals who are working as middle/junior level executives/ officers in public or private sector organisations, but have not had an opportunity to acquire formal management education. Being a part-time (evening) programme, it is open to those working in and around Delhi. II. The specific objectives of the Programme are: * to impart theoretical knowledge in all the basic and functional areas of management * to develop analytical, problem solving and decision making capabilities in the participants by exposing them to the use of various management tools and techniques * to stimulate understanding of the real business world through emphasis on cases that simulate real-life situations * to inculcate values and attitudes which make for social awareness and responsibility. The curriculum is designed to prepare managers for successful careers in a wide variety of business and governmental organisations. The three-year evening programme is divided into nine terms. During the first half of the programme, the participants are required to take a number of compulsory courses in the following areas: i) basic areas (economics, organisational behaviour) ii) techniques (statistics, research methods, IT applications) iii) functional areas (marketing, finance, personnel and operations); and iv) integrative areas (business policy, international management). In the second half of the programme, participants pursue their special interests in greater depth by taking a number of courses from the list of electives. In the second year the participants are required to take a course of independent study equivalent to 2 credits that will require them to write a case in any functional area of management on the company in which they are working. The case has to be written under the supervision of faculty guide from the institute. This requirement has to be completed by the end of the second year of the programme. During the summer vacation, between the second and the third year, participants are required to undertake the field project work. Academic year IMI follows the Calendar of July to April as its academic year with slight modifications as may be necessary on year-to-year basis. Detailed schedules for each Trimester are provided at the beginning of the term. Attendance Punctuality and regular attendance is required in all courses and other related academic activities, and it is one of the essential conditions for the award of the Diploma. # Post Graduate Programme in Human Resource Management (PGPHRM)-- TWO-YEAR (Full-time) Post Graduate Programme in Human Resource Management (PGPHRM) Programme will be offered from July 2006 subject to AICTE approval. National HRD Network is likely to support the programme as part of its new mandate to develop quality HR programmes that produce competent professionals. NHRD partnership will help IMI align and fine tune its curriculum and inputs, continuously, as per emerging needs of industry. Why this Programme? • It is increasingly being realized that people are key differentiators in enabling organization gain and maintain competitive edge in borderless economic order. • It is thus imperative for organizations to attract, nurture, develop and retain such talents as will be responsive to the demands of ever changing technology, increased mobility and fast growing obsolescence. • Human and social capital development will become major preoccupation as organizations prepare to position themselves in a highly uncertain and volatile global environment. • Appropriate structures, systems and culture needs to be designed to facilitate not only open sharing of ideas but also continuous innovation by capturing the creative potentials of organization members. • HR professionals with holistic perspective and in depth understanding of the fundamentals of related disciplines providing the foundation of people management with strong service orientation will be needed to address proactively to the challenges of future. In addition, insights into the various HR subsystems of stakeholders will be necessary conditions for enabling them to contribute to the attainment of organizational goals and purposes. The IMI programme • Prepares a cadre of HR professionals equipped with appropriate values, perspective, and competencies to become a catalyst in developing a culture of excellence in the organization. • Reflects on contemporary academic theory and practice and focuses on the functional competencies having a bearing upon the HR function. Although a functional knowledge of managerial economics, accounting, finance and quantitative analysis, and HRM underlies the programme, equal attention is given to the development of report writing, effective presentation, interpersonal and group processing and other basic managerial skills. Special attention will be paid in the curriculum on leading and managing change. • Emphasizes the identification, analysis and solution of complex human resources management problem that require technical understanding and appropriate decision making and problem solving abilities. • Enables students develop additional expertise in the solution of persistent human resources management problems through the completion of a research project, which relates the student’s professional interests to the goal of improved human resources managerial functioning. The research project, therefore, serves not only to provide a vehicle for the application of theory to practice, but also serves to demonstrate that the student can perform in a variety of sophisticated management roles with the confidence and self-discipline expected of them. • Involves a variety of learning formats, depending upon the subject matter and competencies to be developed. These formats include lecture, seminar, team teaching, self directed learning, block field work, live projects, and internship with corporates and civil society institutions engaged in community development and other social issues. The Program with a difference The unique features of this programme include: • A proper blend of theoretical rigour and exposure to the real world through interactive sessions with key stake holders-professional from government, management, trade unions and civil society institutions. • Interfacing with local revenue administration, conciliation machinery, law and order, judiciary and such other regulatory bodies on a continuing basis. • Block field work, at least once a week, with select organization(s) during the third term for hands on exposure to systems, policies, procedures and practices. • Adequate emphasis on costing, measurement and diagnostic and analytical research in different subsystems of HR and their inter linkages with the overall business. This will be done through course work, internship, live projects, term papers and dissertation. • For better comprehension of social and developmental issues which have a bearing on people and their lives the participants will be attached to non-governmental and other voluntary organizations for a specified period. • Though a balanced menu, the programme prepares the students well rounded in all sub areas of HR. Learning Environment The campus is wi-fi. Students have access to computers and computer software programmes and web based access to several thousand journals. The Institute provides micro lab facilities – both technology and behaviour based – for simulation exercises in professional growth and organisational behaviour, analysis of compensation models, succession models and to acquaint students with work applications in human resource information systems. The Institute also presents seminars featuring guest speakers representing not only researchers in the field, but also managers, union leaders and other stakeholders. The practical component of the curriculum further include inputs by practitioners, block field work in select organization(s), 8-week internship in a company and another 2-week internship in an NGO working on social and labour issues The National HRD Network is actively considering our proposal to support our programme and their members are expected to provide mentoring and other assistance to the students. Placement and Career Opportunities The comprehensive and holistic nature of the course curricula would prepare the students to meet the increasing expectations of the corporates from HR. The Placement and the Alumni Committees as well as the Industry-Institute Interface Committee at IMI will network with the global corporate world to make the program meet the expectations of the industry, to secure the best possible placements, both for summer internship as well as final placement. The Institute will actively link up the graduating students with the best employers from everywhere for appropriately blending career choices with career opportunities. The Institute will help the student community at IMI to help themselves in making self assessment of their career aspirations, identifying and bridging the gaps, if any, between ability and aspiration at the individual level and curriculum focus and industry expectations at collective level so as to realize aspirations and meet the industry expectations. A wide variety of career opportunities await the students of the program and the Institute will provide active placement service towards placement in: • Line HR Functions in the corporate world • HR Consulting opportunities with global best players • HR Service Providers • Careers in Research and other allied areas Lateral placement assistance will be provided to those with five or more years of relevant work experience. Course Structure The curriculum is designed with a holistic approach to human resource management. The course comprises 124 credits distributed among several compulsory courses. Since the emphasis is to provide specialization in HRM, the effort has been to provide a balanced package based on industry requirements. Therefore no further sub-specialisation is envisaged. The course structure spread over six terms and summer internship is as following: Term I – Foundation Courses (23 credits) Basic Managerial Skills (3) Principles of Macroeconomics (3) Fundamentals of Statistics and Business Mathematics (4) Labour Economics (2) Sociology of Work and Employment (2) Industrial Psychology (2) Personal Growth Lab (4) Business Communication Skills (3) Term II – Functional Areas of Management (22 credits) Marketing (3) Accounting and Management Control (3) Finance (3) Operations (3) Human Resource Planning (3) Organisational Dynamics (3) Psychometric Testing (2) Employment Law (2) Term III – HR Sub-systems (23 credits) The Recruitment Process (2) Competency Mapping and Assessment Centres (3) Training and Development (3) Performance Management (3) Compensation Management (3) Organization Development (3) Research Methods (4) Block Field Work (2) Summer Internship (4 credits) Term IV – Legal Framework and Employment Relations (21 credits) Career and Succession Planning (2) Legal Framework and Dynamics of Industrial Relations (3) Employee Welfare (2) Employee Participation (2) Grievance Redressal and Positive Discipline (2) Information Systems for HR/IR (2) Executive Remuneration (2) Management of Change (3) Business Policy (3) Term V – People Development (22) Coaching and Mentoring (2) Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Skills (3) Managing Groups (2) Organisational Communication (2) Reward and Recognition Systems (2) Measurement in HR/IR (3) Strategic HRM (2) e-HR (2) Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (2) Project Work/Dissertation (2) Term VI (9) Term VI – Widening the Horizon International HRM (2) Safety, Health and Environment (3) Seminar course on Contemporary Issues in HR and IR (2) Internship with NGO (2) Notes: 1. IMI reserves the right to revise the course structure. Block Field work The students will be assigned to companies for visits to organisations almost every week during the third term for familiarisation of HR systems and subsystems, including policies, programmes, activities, formats, returns to be filed under various legislations, etc. They will also have opportunities to interact with administration at the district level covering revenue, police and labour for developing a perspective understanding and management of the interface. Summer Internship On completion of year one, students gain hands-on experience in the application of core concepts and functional skills. This practice of ‘Learning by Doing’ helps the student to relate the rigours of theory in the world of business. Participants work on projects as per the specification of the company. At the end of eight to ten weeks of such a closely guided project under the supervision of the company executive, the participant submits a report to the company. The concerned company executive normally provides feedback to the Programme Director on the student performance. Summer internship is an essential requirement for award of the IMI Diploma. Internship with an NGO Two to three week internship with a civil society institution forms part of the curriculum with a view to sensitizing the students with the emerging socio-economic and ecological concerns at enterprise/societal/global level having a bearing upon the human resource management philosophy and practices. The attendance requirements, grading system, criteria for award of Diploma, scholarships, fee structure, payment schedule, eligibility for application, and admission procedure are the same as for Postgraduate Diploma in Management. Those who are applying for our two year Postgraduate Programme in Management can apply for this programme in Human Resources without any extra cost. # Fellowship Program in Management (FPM)--Introduction Introduction The Fellow Program aims at preparing outstanding scholars capable of generating, validating and disseminating knowledge in the field of management and related disciplines. It is designed to provide students with high quality education to enable them take up careers in teaching, research and consultancy. Successful completion of the Program will lead to the award of the title of “Fellow of the International Management Institute.” The FPM is a full-time residential (in residence) Program. Practicing executives however, will have to take courses in the evenings during weekdays for a minimum period of one year. Areas of Specialization IT, Technology Management, O.B & HRM, Marketing Management, Operations Management, Finance & Control, Economics & Social Sciences, Corporate Strategy & Policy Fellowship Advisor Every student after being admitted to the FPM will be assigned to a Faculty Member, who will act as Fellowship Advisor. The Fellowship Advisor will guide / monitor the progress of the concerned student throughout the predissertation phase. Fellowship Advisory Committee The Fellowship advisory committee (FAC) will assess the academic requirements of all the students admitted to the programme. The committee will also constitute Dissertation Advisory Committee for each student who successfully completes the comprehensive examination and fulfils other academic requirements. # Postgraduate Diploma Program in Knowledge Management # Postgraduate Program in Change Leadership--THE PROGRAM In the age of increased uncertainties and discontinuous change, survival and sustained growth of organizations depend primarily on their capacity to be in step with change. Winning organizations are set apart by being ahead of change through providing direction, building commitment and effectively through implementing change programs. Instead of worrying and wondering why and how changes are taking place, organizations should make change happen as ordained by it. Organizations run the risk of becoming extinct if the rate at which they change is not in keeping with the pace of changes in their environments. In view of the above it is essential for organizations to develop a cadre of internal change agents who will need to take up the additional role of creators and masters of change to enable their respective organizations and maintain competitive advantage. This would further necessitate developing among managers such competencies as are desirable for setting directions, leading change and aligning the organizations systems with change objectives. THE OBJECTIVES This program is aimed at preparing change masters who can be catalysts for transforming organization through planned changed strategies. It will be found useful to those with five years or more executive work experience. THE PARTICIPANT PROFILE AND SELECTION PROCESS Minimum academic qualification for admission is graduation in any discipline and fluency in English language. Selection is based on a change readiness/orientation test, group discussion and personal interview. Company sponsorship is desirable. Selected candidates are encouraged to do the project work in the organization where they are working and on a project where they will have a reasonable opportunity to implement and follow up. THE CURRICULUM Courses (11 courses x 3 credits = 33 credits of 10 hours each plus project of 24 credits) 1. Strategic HR 2. Organizational Behaviour 3. Organization Design and Development 4. Management Consulting Practice 5. Applied Behavioural Research 6. Planned Change Strategies 7. Business Process Restructuring 8. Turnaround Management 9. Understanding Organization Culture and Climate 10. Public Policy and Change Management (including legal aspects) 11. Managing uncertainty (with particular reference to M&A) Project work THE PEDAGOGY The program delivery will follow a flexible, adaptive pattern. It will comprise three modules. The first module for three weeks and the second and the third for up to 10 days each spread over 11 months. The 11 courses listed above will have 30-hour classroom contact each and carry 3 credits each. Project work which forms part of the curriculum will be carried in two phases spread over 9 months and equal to 240 hour class room contact and will carry another 24 credits. Throughout the duration of the program, the faculty and the participants will be linked through an intranet and a faculty moderated e-group on CM with mentors from among change masters in India and abroad. THE FACULTY The faculty will comprise the core, full time faculty of IMI and others from reputed international consulting organizations with a demonstrated track record for their CM initiatives. In addition, accomplished international experts on the subject will also be invited to explain the key concepts and share their experiences. Visits to a few organizations best known for their CM initiatives are also planned. The main focus is to provide rich and rare intellectually stimulating experiential learning by experts from across the country and to integrate such learning into action learning by combining class room inputs with live projects linked to the CM initiatives and projects that the participants undertake in their respective organizations between one module and the other. THE PROGRAM SCHEDULE Classroom contact will be during the following periods. First Module: 17-30 Jan 2006 Second Module: 17-28 July 2006 Third Module: 20-30 Nov 2006 Between the modules participants and faculty will be networked through moderated e-group discussions and monitored project work. THE PROGRAM FEE Rs. 2 lakhs per participant. Rs.1.85 lakhs per participant for 3 or more nominations from the same organization. It is payable in two installments by 1 Aug 2005 and 1 Feb 2006 by cheque or demand draft in favour of INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE, INDIA, payable at New Delhi. The program fee covers tuition, reading materials and conference lunch/tea, coffee and snacks. It does not cover travel, accommodation, insurance and other out of pocket expenses of the participants. It may be possible to arrange accommodation at IMI campus in Delhi to participants during the period class room contact sessions (modules) are offered on payment of Rs.1,000 per day per person on single occupancy basis. # Management Development Programmes (MDP)
Phone (011)2696-1437/3519/6143
Website http://www.imi.edu


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