Mandatory Disclosure

MBA


Mandatory Disclosure

 

 

 


 

S.No.

Mandatory Disclosure

      Updated on

1.

AICTE file No.

North-West/1-3513304655/2018/EOA

 

Date & Period of last approval

10-04-2018, 2018-19

 

 

 

2.

Name of the Institution

International School of Informatics & Management Technical Campus

 

Address of the Institution

Sector 12, Mahaveer Marg, Mansarovar

 

City and Pin Code

Jaipur -302020

 

State/UT

Rajasthan

 

Longitude and Lattitude

75.760E        26.840N

 

Phone number with STD code

0141-2781154, 2781155

 

FAX number with STD code

0141-2780607

 

Office hours at the Institution

8:15 A.M - 5:00 P.M

 

Academic hours at the Institution

8:30 A.M - 3:30 P.M

 

Email

iiim@icfia.org

 

Website

www.icfia.org

 

Nearest Railway Station(dist in Km)

Durgapura, 3 Km          (Annexure 2.1)

 

Nearest Airport(dist in Km)

Sanganer, 5 Km            (Annexure 2.1)

 

 

 

 

3.

Type of Institution

                                                                                               p

Govt /Govt aided/ University Dept/ Deemed Univ/ Private-Self Financed

 

Category (1) of the Institution

          p

Non Minority/Minority specify minority:  -----

 

Category (2) of the Institution

    p

Co-Ed/ Women only

 

 

 

4.

Name of the organization running the Institution

Indian Council for International Amity

 

Type of the organization

    p

Society / Trust / PPP

 

Address of the organization

Gurukul Marg, S.F.S Mansarovar, Jaipur

 

Registered with

Government of Rajasthan

 

Registration date

01/01/1973

 

Website of the organization

www.icfia.org

 

 

 

5.

Name of the affiliating University

Rajasthan Technical University

 

Address

Akelgarh, Kota

 

Website

www.rtu.ac.in

 

Latest affiliation period

2017-18, 15/05/2017

 

 

 

6.

Name of Principal/Director

Dr. Manju Nair

 

Exact Designation

Principal

 

Phone number with STD code

0141-2781154

 

FAX number with STD code

0141-2780607

 

Email

nairmanju14@yahoo.com

 

Highest Degree

Ph.D.

 

Field of specialization

Human Resource Management

 

 

 

 

 

7.

Governing Board Members

S.No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

Organization

1.

Dr. Ashok Gupta

Ph.D.

Chairman

Director, International School of Informatics and Management, Jaipur

2.

Justice S.N.Bhargava

M.Sc.(Mathematics),L.L.B

Member

Retd.Chief Justice High Court of Sikkim

3.

Shri. Rajeev Sogani

B.Com., FCA

Member

Chartered Accountant, P.C.Modi & Company, C-Scheme, Jaipur

4.

To be nominated by AICTE

5.

To be nominated by AICTE

6.

Prof. B.P. Suneja

Ph.D.

   University     Nominee

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Rajasthan Technical University, Kota.

7.

To be nominated by Government of Rajasthan

8.

To be nominated by Rajasthan Technical University, Kota

9.

Dr. Bhumija Chouhan

 Ph.D.

 

Member

Associate Professor, International School of Informatics & Management, Jaipur

10.

Dr. Swati V. Chande

Ph.D.

Member

Professor, International School of Informatics and  Management, Jaipur

11.

Dr. Mahendra Surana

 

MBA, LLM, Ph.D.

Member

Editorial Advisor, Dainik Bhaskar Rajasthan

12.

Dr. K. S. Sharma

Ph.D.

 

Member

Advisor, The IIS University, Jaipur

13.

Dr. Raakhi Gupta

Ph.D.

Member

Professor & Registrar, The IIS University, Jaipur

14.

Dr. Kavaldeep Dixit

Ph.D.

Permanent Special Invitee

Professor, International School of Informatics & Management, Jaipur

15.

Dr. Manju Nair

Ph.D.

Member Secretary

Principal / Director, International School of Informatics & Management, Jaipur

 

Frequency of meetings & date of last meeting

Twice in a year, 15/4/2018, 20/04/2019

 

 

 

 

8.

Academic Advisory Board

S.No.

Name

Designation

Organization

1.

Dr. Ashok Gupta

Director

International School of Informatics & Management

2.

Dr.Harivansh Chaturvedi

Director

BIMTECH, New Delhi

3.

Prof. P.K. Jain

Director

FMS, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur

4.

Dr. Harsh Dwivedi

Professor

R A Podar Institute of Management, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur

5.

Prof. Rakesh Mohan Joshi

Professor

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi

6.

Dr. Rajesh Kothari

Professor

R A Podar Institute of Management, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur

7.

Dr. Ashok Nagawat

Professor & Former Head

Department of Physcis, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur

8.

Mr. Ashok Agarwal

Secretary

Indian Institute of Health Management & Research, Jaipur

9.

Dr. K.S.Sharma

Advisor

The IIS University, Jaipur

10.

Dr. Shalini Talwar

Professor

K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Mumbai

11.

Dr. Manju Nair, Member Secretary

Principal

International School of Informatics and Management, Jaipur

 

Frequency of meeting & date of last meeting

Once  in a year, 06/04/2019

 

 

 

9.

Organizational Chart

Annexure 9.1(a), 9.1 (b)

 

 

 

10.

Student feedback mechanism on Institutional Governance/faculty performance

Consistent with the purpose of development, and quality enhancement, the institute ensures that effective feedback is obtained from the students on Institutional Governance and faculty performance.

A well designed mechanism for obtaining student feedback exists in the form of

(a)   Informal Feedback and

(b)  Feedback Forms

The faculty performance is evaluated on parameters such as subject knowledge, class conduction, content presentation, student support, ability to take initiative, code of conduct etc.

Apart from this the institute also applies 360 degree Feedback Mechanism, especially with respect to teaching and non-teaching staff segments, wherein information regarding code of conduct, honesty towards duties, nature of relations etc. is collected from each and then evaluated for the betterment of the concerned employee’s profile.

(Annexure 10.1)

 

 

 

11.

Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students

The institute has a Grievance Redressal committee which comprises members from varied segments viz. management, parents, students, teaching and non-teaching staff. The committee gives a sympathetic ear to any problem that may arise in and out of the campus.

An individual (teaching/non-teaching staff/student) encountering any problem in any area or with any person irrespective of the hierarchy, can come forward with a written grievance, which can be dropped in the suggestion box. These problems are then considered by the Grievance Redressal committee and the needed action is taken. Utmost importance is thus given to the grievances of each and every individual of the organization.

Members of the committee take each case of grievance in ethical way. While passing judgment, attention is given to the authenticity of the grievance and at the same time the grievance under study should not clash with the personality. Irrespective of the designation and hierarchy of the person, the decision of the committee has to be in time with the results of investigation. Each encountered grievance is taken as a serious matter with spontaneous search of the cause and its rectification.

 

 

 

12.

Name of the Department

Management (MBA)

 

Course

MBA

 

Level

PG

 

1st Year of approval by the Council

1997

 

Year wise Sanctioned Intake

2019

2018

2017

120

120

120

 

Year wise Actual Admissions

2019

2018

2017

127

120

120

 

 

 

 

Cut off marks-General quota

Open Seats :

2019

2018

2017

50%-85%(Percentage)

45%-77%(Percentage)

50%-83%(Percentage)

 

 

 

 

% Students passed with Distinction

2018

2017

2016

79.31%

76.52%

66.37%

 

 

 

 

% Students passed with First Class

2018

2017

2016

86.2%

82.6%

74.12%

 

 

 

 

Students Placed

2018

2017

2016

86%

86%

92%

 

 

 

 

Average Pay package, Rs./Year

2018

2017

2016

4.6 Lakhs

3.5 Lakhs

3.6 Lakhs

 

 

 

 

Students opted for Higher Studies

Being a professional course, most of the MBA graduates opt for employment after the completion of the degree and rarely go in for higher studies.

2018

2017

2016

03

02

_

 

 

 

 

Accreditation for Higher Studies

                                                                      p

Accredited/ Provisionally Accredited/ Not Accredited/ Not eligible yet

 

 

 

 

Doctoral Courses

p        

Yes / No

 

 

 

 

Foreign Collaborations, if any

         p

Yes / No

 

 

 

 

Professional Society Memberships

1

Academy of Management, New York

2

Association for Computing Machinery(ACM), New York

3

Computer Society of India, Mumbai

4

Confederation of Indian Industry, Jaipur

5

Consultancy Development Centre, New Delhi

6

IEEE, USA

7

India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

8

Indian Society of Technical Education(ISTE), New Delhi

10

National Entrepreneurship Network(NEN), Jaipur

11

The Association of Indian Management Scholars, Vadodara

12

J-Gate

13

Delnet

14

EBSCO

15

The Association of Indian Management Schools, Hyderabad

 

 

16

National HRD Network( NHRDN), New Delhi

 

 

 

 

Professional activities

ISIMTC is instrumental in providing a meeting ground for intelligentsia from diverse sectors to enhance cross fertilization of ideas by organizing  conferences, workshops, seminars, conventions and guest lectures at National and International levels.

Annexure 12.1

The institute publishes its Journal OORJA, International Journal of Management & IT, ISSN (print) 0974-7869, ISSN (online) 2395-6771, which stimulates academic fervor and encourages and disseminates research. OORJA is published twice a year.

The faculty engages in research projects and also encourages the students to participate in the same. Ongoing/completed research projects include:

(i)            The Impact of Employee Welfare programs on employee engagement in IT Sector of Rajasthan

(ii)           Leadership Styles and Employee Performance: A Comparative Study of Public and Private Sector Banks in Rajasthan.

(iii)          Work Life Balance and Organizational Effectiveness with special Reference to Female Academicians in Private Universities in Rajasthan

(iv)           Organization Citizenship Behaviour and Organizational Effectiveness: A Comparative Study of State and Private Universities in Rajasthan

(v)           Organizational Climate and Employee Performance in Public and Private Universities in Rajasthan

(vi)           A Comparative Analysis of Marketing Strategies of over the counter (OTC) brands of Pharmaceutical Companies with Special Reference to Rajasthan

(vii)          Interactive Marketing Strategies of Mid Size Banks – A Comparative Study of Yes Bank and IndusInd Bank

(viii)        Online Marketing in Rural Rajasthan – With Special Reference to Shekhawati Region

(ix)          Anaytical Study of Mobile App Marketing in India

(x)           A Study of Consumer Satisfaction with respect to DTH Services Providers in Rajasthan

(xi)           A Critical Study of Online Shopping Behavior of Urban Youth (A Case Study of Selected Cities)

(xii)          Impact Factor of Cause Related Marketing on Buying Behavior of Rural Consumers: Selected FMCG Companies (A Case Study of Rural Markets in Rajasthan)

(xiii)         An Impact of Integrated Marketing Communication and Marketing Strategies of Real Estste in Delhi NCR

(xiv)        Impact of Integrated Marketing Communication on Youth – A Study on college going students in Selected Cities of Rajasthan

(xv)         Effectiveness of Green Marketing on Customers Attitude in FMCG Sector with Special Reference to Rajasthan

(xvi)        Determinants Affecting Motivation Level of Government Medical Practitioners : A study of Rural Rajasthan

(xvii)       Stress Management among working women with specific Reference to Higher Education sector in Rajasthan

(xviii)      Strategic Human Resources Practices Source of Sustainable Competitive Advantage in Hospitality Industry

(xix)        Organizational Culture and Job Satisfaction in Higher Education : A Comparative Study of State and Private University

(xx)         A Study on Building Relationships with Doctors for Effective Marketing in Pharma Industry through CRM (A Case Study of Selected Companies in Eastern Rajasthan)

(xxi)        Effective Branding Strategies with Reference to Selected Handicrafts Items (With Special Reference to Jaipur City)

(xxii)       Impact of Financial Literacy on Investment products and Decisions of Retail Investors.

(xxiii)      Analytical Study of Marketing Strategies of Indian  Private Universities

(xxiv)       Marketing Strategies of Telecom Industry : A Comparative Analysis of Bharti Airtel and IDEA Cellular with Special Reference to Eastern Rajasthan

(xxv)       A study on consumers and employees in selected cities in India for Value Co-creation in Products and Services Marketing

(xxvi)      A Study on Women Entrepreneurship in Rajasthan : Problems and Prospects

(xxvii)     Impact of Public Relations on Student Enrollment  in Indian Higher Education: A Comparative Study of Selected Private Universities

(xxviii)    A Study on Competence of Students of Professional Institutes for Employability: With Special Reference to Rajasthan

(xxix)      Quality of Work Life in Dual Career Couples: A Case Study in Academic with Special Reference to Rajasthan

 

 

 

 

Consultancy activities

The institute is actively involved in a number of consultancy services relating to strategy, systems, software development and feasibility. Consultancy services are provided to both Government as well as private organizations. Some of the current projects include areas like knowledge management, marketing strategies and system evaluation of SMEs.

Annexure  12.2

 

 

 

 

Grants Fetched

Annexure 12.3

 

 

 

 

Departmental Achievements

Annexure 12.4

 

 

 

 

Distinguished Alumni

S. No.

Name

Designation

Organization

1

Ankur Rara

Director

Smart Luxury Hotels of the World

2

Sharad Gupta

CEO

mPlace edVentures

3

Suneet Nehru

Divisional Manager-Punjab,HP, J&K, Chandigarh

Mahindra &Mahindra Finance

4

Mayank Vaishnav

Vice President

Goldman Sachs

5

Sandeep Vaidya

 

Head

RNR

Birla Sunlife Insurance

 

6

Agam Mathur

 

 

 

Head Sales

Cars 24

7

Navjeet Sinwal

 

Regional Head, Sales

 

ICICI Bank

 

8

Shailesh Jain

 

GM & Zonal Head

 

Godrej & Boyce

9

Ashish Pandey

 

Regional Manager

Kotak Mahindra Bank

10

Rishab Jain

CEO

Shri Ratnam Group

11

Rajat Meghnani

Programming Director

Radio City, Rajasthan

12

Gaurav Jain

Credit Risk Manager

IDBI

13

Amit Pareek

Cluster Manager-Rajasthan

Arvind Lifestyle Brands

14

Manish Arora

Senior Sales Manager

Morphy Richards

15

Rajnee Salecha

Business Analyst

Morgan Stanley, USA

16

Krati Vyas

Senior Manager –HR

Aditya Birla Health Insurance Company Limited, Gurgoan

17

Agam Mathur

Head-Sales

Cars 24

18

Rahul Chalana

Cluster Sales Officer

Tata Global Beverages Ltd.

19

Amit Vyas

Channel Manager

Customer Engagement, ICICI Prudential Asset

20

Animesh Shrivastava

Credit Manager

Retail Mortagages, IDBI Bank Limited

21

Leena Manglia

Assistant Manager

RBI, Jaipur

22

Saurabh Jain

Branch Manager

Wipro Lighting, Pune

 

 

 

13.

 

   Annexure 13.1                                                                               

 

Name of Teaching Staff

 

 

Designation

 

 

Department

 

 

Date of Joining the Institution

 

 

Qualifications with Class/Grade

UG                                             PG                                      PhD

 

Total Experience in Years

Teaching                                   Industry                             Research

 

Papers Published

National                                    International

 

Papers Presented in Conferences

National                                    International

 

PhD Guide? Give field & University

Field                                          University

 

PhDs/ Projects Guided

PhDs                                         Projects at Masters level

 

Books Published/ IPRs/ Patents

 

 

Professional Memberships

 

 

Consultancy Activities

 

 

Awards

 

 

Grants fetched

 

 

Interaction with Professional Institutions

 

 

 

 

14.

Admission quota

Admissions to the MBA program are done through the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) examination which is conducted by the AICTE annually. The admissions to the General seats (102) are granted through this procedure. The remaining (18) seats are allotted through the management quota.

 

Entrance test/ admission criteria

Admissions are granted by the CMAT examination committee, and the eligibility for CMAT is governed by the norms laid by this committee.

 

 

Cut off/ last candidate admitted

General Seats : (CMAT Rank)

2019

2018

2017

50%-83%(Percentage)

10-176(Rank)

6-170(Rank)

Management Seats :

Annexure 14.1

 

Fees in rupees

2019

2018

2017

60,500 PA

60,500 PA

70,000 PA

 

Number of Fee Waivers offered

2019

2018

2017

 

 

 

 

Admission Calendar

Admissions to the MBA program are done through the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) examination which is conducted by the AICTE annually.

 

PIO quota

No.

 

 

 

15.

Infrastructural Information

Annexure 15.1

 

 

Classroom/ Tutorial Room facilities

Classrooms :      

Area Type

Room Number

Carpet Area in Sq m

Classroom 1

A-201

172

Classroom 2

A-301

172

Classroom 3

A-401

172

Classroom 4

A-501

172

Annexure 15.2

 

Tutorial Rooms: 

Area Type

Room Number

Carpet Area in Sq m

Tutorial Room 1

309

38.53

Tutorial Room 2

310

38.53

Tutorial Room 3

403

38.53

Annexure 15.2

 

Laboratory details

 

Area Type

Carpet Area in Sq m

Computer Center

172

 

 

Annexure 15.3

 

Computer Centre facilities

 

Area Type

Room Number

Carpet Area in Sq m

Computer Center

A-101

172

 

 

Annexure 15.4

 

Library facilities

Area:  413.3 (Carpet Area in Sq.m)

Titles: 7832    Volumes:  26,404

Journals: International: 27 National: 95

Annexure 15.5

 

 

 

Auditorium Seminar Halls

An auditorium with seating capacity of 212 is available for conducting various programmes at ISIM. It is equipped with latest devices and has the facility for direct broadcast of programmes on CRS Radio7, the institute’s community radio station.

Auditorium :

Room Number

Carpet Area in Sq m

AUDI

345.31

Seminar Halls :

 

Room Number

Carpet Area in Sq m

Seminar Hall

503

172

 

 

Annexure 15.6

 

Cafeteria

On-campus Cafeteria provides mini meals and snacks catering to various tastes. One can choose from different menu everyday and can have fresh juices and health food.

 

Room Number

Carpet Area in Sq m

Cafeteria

RL01

166.25

 

 

Annexure 15.7

 

Indoor Sports facilities

In order to enable the students to learn and develop social skills and sharpen their wits and explore their imagination, facilities for indoor games such as Carrom, Chess, Table Tennis etc. are provided for students in the Common Room.

Annexure 15.8

 

Outdoor Sports facilities

Believing in the philosophy of 'A healthy mind in a healthy body', the institute offers ample opportunities and facilities for sports and games. The institute has a swimming pool in the campus where inter college swimming competitions have also been hosted. The institute also offers facilities for cricket, athletics, badminton, basket ball, volleyball and tennis.

Annexure 15.9

 

Gymnasium facilities

No

 

Facilities for disabled

The institute has made provisions for differently-abled students. Provisions have been made for separate parking place; the rest rooms are slippage free, western style washrooms are available on each floor of the building and a lift is being installed in the campus to ease the movement of such students across the floors, ramps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Any other facilities

CRS Radio: CRS Radio 7, one of the first community Radios in the country to have come up in the education sector, became operational in ISIM in 2005. Established under expert guidance and supervision of Broadcast Engineering Consultants of India Ltd. The main objective of the radio station is to increase community awareness on topics of social relevance like education, health, environment and rural development etc. It is positioned to provide 'edutainment' through the efforts of talented students of the institute. All programmes of CRS Radio 7 are conceptualized, produced and broadcast by the students.

Annexure 15.10(i)

 

Guest House: A sprawling guest house is located in the premises with five star facilities including internet facility.

Annexure 15.10(ii)

 

Sick Bay: A room to attend to the sick/injured with a bed, first-aid facilities, and a nurse and doctor on call basis are available.

Annexure 15.10(iii)

 

 

 

16.

Boys Hostel

No

 

Girls Hostel

The institute has a centrally air-cooled Girls’ hostel-‘Vasundhara’, in the college premises. The management ensures homely living conditions, quality vegetarian food and disciplined environment in the hostel.

Annexure 16.1

 

Medical & other Facilities at Hostel

A doctor is available 24 x 7 on call basis. The hostel has a sick bay and first-aid facilities.

Annexure 16.2

 

 

 

17.

Academic Sessions

July to June (Each with two semesters : July-December and January-June)

 

Examination System, Year/ Sem

Semester system

 

Period of declaration of results

As per the affiliating University schedules

 

 

 

18.

Counseling/ Mentoring

The institute has a Student Mentorship Development Program (SMDP) under which each faculty acts as a mentor to15- 20 students. Regular interactions are held between the faculty mentors and the students. The mentors advice the students on study and/or personal issues in case these arise. Students also seek advice on individual career ambitions and study skills.

 

Career Counseling

The Placement and Counseling cell provides guidance and counsels the students on career related issues.

 

Medical facilities

Doctor is called on need basis and regular camps for checkups (Eye, Hemoglobin etc.) are held. There is a first-aid room and sick bay to attend to sick students.

Guest lectures by doctors are also organized regularly to update the students on health issues.

 

Students Insurance

Yes

 

 

 

19.

Students Activity Body

ISIM has various student committees that take active part in the decision- making process related to academics, co-curricular activities and programs related to student development. Committees of students are also constituted for conducting extra-curricular, co-curricular and academic activities from time to time.

Committees are also formed for conducting the Management fest Mosaic, Fresher’s and Farewell Parties, Alumni get-together- ‘Dharohar’, Guest lectures, discussions, seminars, workshops, conferences, placement preparation activities, soft skills activities etc.

Student Clubs form an essential part of ISIM business and technology learning experience. They provide students with an opportunity to explore new areas of interest as well as develop important networks with the alumni and with the wider community. Speaker series, presentations and special meetings are typical activities organized by these clubs. The institute has set up various specialization clubs to focus on the holistic development of the students including White Knight, the Finance Club, HuManagers, the HR Club, Genesis, the Marketing Club.

Annexure 19.1

 

Cultural activities

‘Mosaic’, the inter institute annual management fest is organized to instill in the future professionals the skills of scope building, organizing, designing and implementing of processes.

Mosaic is a collage of cultural and academic activities ranging from singing, dancing, case-study presentations, advertisement design and presentation, painting, role playing etc. and has participations from institutions in and around Rajasthan.

Other activities such as Freshers’ Party, Farewell Party, Teachers’ day and Alumni Meet are organized on an annual basis.

Students’ committees are formed for each of these activities giving a chance to all the students to participate actively and provide them with a platform for learning and organizing activities at institute level.

Annexure 19.2

 

Sports activities

The institute offers ample opportunities and facilities for sports and games. It has a swimming pool in the campus where inter college swimming competitions are hosted. ISIM also offers facilities for cricket, athletics, badminton, basket ball and table tennis. Students enthusiastically participate in inter and intra institute matches/competitions.

Annexure 19.3

 

Literary activities

Keeping in mind the fast changing dynamics of competition and the overall development of the students, the college conducts various activities based on the essentials of personality development and individual excellence. These activities aim at providing opportunities to the students for bringing forth, fostering and enhancing their abilities in order to realize unexplored areas and encourage self-expression, leading to a sense of achievement and satisfaction.

The activities include debates, extempore, quiz, creative writing, paper presentations, group discussions and other similar competitions and also Teachers’ day, Freshers’ day celebrations etc. ‘Mosaic’, the inter institute management fest is organized to instill in the future professionals the skills of scope building, organizing, designing and implementing of processes.

To bridge the gap between curriculum and current practices as well as to expose the students to real life application, stress is laid on imparting value based education through efforts like guest lectures, field visits, seminars, conferences, workshops, presentations, participation in various inter and intra college activities, exhibitions, education trips, interactive sessions etc.

One of the objectives of ISIM is to inculcate civic responsibilities. The institute plays pivotal role in inculcating civic responsibility among students through organizing of blood donation, pulse polio camps and encouraging the students to contribute towards relief work for natural calamities (earthquakes, floods etc.). These activities are undertaken under the flagship of NSS, giving students a chance to groom their citizenship skills.

Annexure 19.4

 

Magazine/ Newsletter

For regular dissemination of information on academic, research and co-curricular activities and content, ISIM publishes its own Journal and a newsletter.

  • The institute publishes its Journal OORJA, International Journal of Management & IT, ISSN (print) 0974-7869, ISSN (online) 2395-6771, published twice a year is aimed at disseminating research and encouraging explorative learning.
  • IIS institutional network publishes an in-house newsletter bi-annually which publishes all the academic, extra-curricular and campus activities of all the institutions under its umbrella. The achievements of students as well as the faculty members are recognized and given due credit and published in this newsletter.

 

Technical activities/ TechFest

‘Mosaic’, the inter-institute annual management fest is organized to infuse in the would-be managers skills of capacity building, systematizing, planning and implementing the course of action.

Mosaic is a collage of cultural and academic activities ranging from Strings Unplugged (singing competition), Hot Steeper (dance competition), Big Idea (poster presentations), AD Guru (advertisement design and presentation), painting, role playing etc. and has witnessed participation from institutions in and around Rajasthan.

Annexure 19.5

Students of the MBA program are continually involved in academic, and research oriented projects. Students make presentations of the studies carried out by them, on topics of current relevance and future trends in every semester in the Auditorium/ AV hall.

Annexure 19.6

 

Industrial Visits/ Tours

To acquaint the students with the real-life work environment, culture and procedures, industrial visits/tours to local companies/industries planned on a regular basis. A week long industrial tour is organized every year to ensure that the students get a first-hand experience of the nitty-gritties of the business world by visiting companies functioning in different domains.

Annexure 19.7

 

Alumni activities

With the belief that it is the alumni that bear testimony to the institute’s success, ISIM ensures regular interaction with its ex-students. The alumni meet ‘Dharohar’ is organized on a regular basis once a year. The ex-students of the institute are also invited for guest lectures and as judges for various events organized throughout the year.

Annexure 19.8

 

 

 

20.

Name of the Information Officer for RTI

Dr. Manju Nair

 

Designation

Principal

 

Phone number with STD code

0141-2781154

 

FAX number with STD code

0141-2781158,2780607

 

Email

nairmanju14@yahoo.com