MANDATORY DISCLOSURE

1

Name of the Institution

Institute of Management Technology, Hyderabad

Address

Survey No. 38, Cherlaguda Village

Shashabad Mandal

RR Dist. Hyderabad – 501218

Telephone

040-30461661

Mobile

6300209859

Email

director@imthyderabad.edu.in

2

Name of address of the Trust

Centre for Advanced Education

303, 3rd Floor, SalconRasvilas,

Plot No. D-1, District Centre Saket

New Delhi- 110017

Telephone

011-46482000

Mobile

-

Email

info@imthyderabad.edu.in

3

Name of the Director

Dr. M. Venkateswarlu

Survey No. 38, Cherlaguda Village

Shashabad Mandal

RR Dist. Hyderabad – 501218

Telephone

040-30461661

Mobile

6300209859

Email

director@imthyderabad.edu.in

4

Name of the affiliating University

- NA -

5

Governance

· Members of the Board and their brief background

President – Shri. BakulNath

Vice President – Shri. Dipankar Chatterji

Vice President – Smt. SimranNath

Members –

· Shri. Satish Kaura, Chairman & Managing Director, Samtel Group

· Shri. Rajeev Karwal, Chairman, Milagrow Business and Knowledge Solutions (P) Ltd.

· Dr.A.H. Kalro, Eminent Academician & Former Director IIM, Kozhikode

· Shri. S.S.Mundra, Former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India

· Member of Academic Advisory Body

·Dr.A.H. Kalro, Eminent Academician & Former Director IIM, Kozhikode

· Dr. MitheleshwarJha, Pro Vice Chancellor, Jain Deemed to be University. Former professor IIM, Bangalore

· Frequency of the Board meeting and Academic Advisory Body

Once in 3 months

· Organizational chart and processes

·Nature and Extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs / improvements

Faculty members are involved in academic affairs as Chairperson of various academic administrative activities and students give feedback on course content and delivery for any improvements twice in a term

·Mechanism / Norms and procedure for democratic / good governance

Academic decisions are taken after few deliberations at area level, PGP committee level and faculty council level in a consultative and democratic manner

·Student Feedback on Institutional Governance / Faculty Performance

Yes, Student feedback is collected thrice in every trimester to access the faculty performance.

· Grievance Redressal mechanism for Faculty, staff and students

Yes, Grievance and Redressal mechanism is established and taken care by the Employee Grievance & Welfare Committee for both faculty/staff and staff

· Establishment of Anti Ragging Committee

Yes

Sno

Name of Member

Designation

Mobile No.

Landline No.

1

Prof. (Dr.) Sriharsha Reddy

Dean-Academics

9849528676

040-30461673

2

Prof. Kalyana C Chejarla

Chairperson- Disciplinary & Academic Counselling Committee

7306189506

040-30461690

3

Prof. (Dr.) Rambalak Yadav

Warden - Boys Hostel

8186802138

040-30461502

4

Prof. (Dr.) P Steven Raj

Warden – Boys Hostel

9440999119

040-30461658

4

Prof. (Dr.) ShabnamPriyadarshini

Warden - Girls Hostel and Chairperson - Leadership & Diversity Management

9618525250

040-30461697

5

Prof. (Dr.) SarathBabu

Chairperson-Corporate Relations Group & Chairperson

9160501754

040-30461672

6

Prof. (Dr.) Romina Mathew

Chairperson – Examination Committee

9246295292

040-30461689

7

Prof. (Dr.) Tumpa Dey

Area Chairperson - HR

9955199476

040-30461695

8

Mr. Kiran Kumar

Head-Administration

9849347234

040-30461683

9

Ms. Padma Sundari

EA to Director & In-Charge-Human Resources

9959968904

040-30461661

10

Mr. Phalguna Reddy

Faculty Associate

9959928814

040-30461653

Invitees

11

President-Students’ Council

12

Vice President- Students’ Council

· Establishment of Online Grievance Redressal Mechanism

Students can communicate their grievances to the leadership at IMT through intranet (mails and ERP)

· Establishment of Grievance Redressal Committee in the Institution and Appointment of OMBUDSMAN by the University

Appointment Order Reference Number

Date of Appointment

Name of the Committee Member

Profession

Address

Associated with

Mobile Number

e-mail address

Fax No.

Department

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

Tumpa Dey

Teaching

IMT Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

9,955,199,476

tumpad@imthyderabad.edu.in

040-30461655

Faculty

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

MamathaRaghuveerAchanta

Social Worker

Begumpet, Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

9,849,418,592

amamatha06@gmail.com

040-30461655

Administration

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

Tulika Sharma

Teaching

IMT Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

9,160,511,828

tulikas@imthyderabad.edu.in

040-30461655

Faculty

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

Satish ChanderAilawadi

Director

IMT Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

8,879,074,040

director@imthyderabad.edu.in

040-30461655

Faculty

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

Padma Sundari

Administration

IMT Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

9,959,968,904

padma@imthyderabad.edu.in

040-30461655

Administration

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

Sriharsha Reddy

Teaching

IMT Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

9,849,528,676

dean@imthyderabad.edu.in

040-30461655

Faculty

Disciplinary/1/2018

02-07-18

Debendra P Kar

Teaching

IMT Hyderabad

IMT Hyderabad

9,849,649,095

dpkar@imthyderbad.edu.in

040-30461655

Faculty

· Establishment of Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)

Prof. Kalyana C Chejarla - Chairperson

Prof. (Dr.) Romina Mathew

Prof. (Dr.) Shabnam, Warden-Girls’ Hostel

Prof. (Dr.) Rambalak Yadav, Warden- Boys’ Hostel

Invitees

President-Students’ Council

Vice President- Students’ Council

· Establishment of Committee for SC / ST

Yes

·Internal Quality Assurance Cell

To continuously improve the quality of all our core and support activities through self-evaluation and total employee involvement.

6

Programmes

· Name of Programmes approved by AICTE

1. Post Graduate Diploma in Management

2. Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance)

3. Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Marketing)

4. Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Executive)

·Status of Accreditation of the Courses

Yes

·Total number of Courses

4

·No. of Courses for which applied for Accreditation

3

· Status of Accreditation – Preliminary / Applied for SAR and results awaited / Applied for SAR and visits completed / Results of the visits awaited / Rejected / Approved for ………… courses

Approved for PGDM, PGDM (Finance),

Preliminary stage for PGDM (Marketing)

· For each programme the following details are to be given

· Name

Post Graduate Diploma in Management

· Number of Seats

120

·Duration

2 years

· Fee

12,00,000/-

· Placement Facilities

Yes

·Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary

Batch

Program

Max. Salary in Rs.

Min. Salary in Rs.

Avg. Salary in Rs.

2015-17

PGDM

1400000

450000

668476

2016-18

PGDM

1200000

500000

683320

2017-19

PGDM

1733560

600000

710651

· Name

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Finance)

· Number of Seats

60

· Duration

2 years

· Fee

12,00,000/-

·Placement Facilities

Yes

· Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary

Batch

Program

Max. Salary in Rs.

Min. Salary in Rs.

Avg. Salary in Rs.

2015-17

PGDM (Finance)

2250000

504000

666618

2016-18

PGDM (Finance)

1030000

500000

637548

2017-19

PGDM (Finance)

1512647

600000

702028

· Name

Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Marketing)

· Number of Seats

60

· Duration

2 years

· Fee

12,00,000/-

· Placement Facilities

Yes

· Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary

Batch

Program

Max. Salary in Rs.

Min. Salary in Rs.

Avg. Salary in Rs.

2015-17

PGDM (Marketing)

1400000

400000

647452

2017-19

PGDM (Marketing)

1733560

600000

739340

2016-18

PGDM (Marketing)

1200000

510000

686022

7

Faculty

· Branch wise list Faculty Members

Sl.No

NAME

Program

1

Prof. (Dr.) ROMINA MATHEW

PGDM

2

Prof. (Dr.) SOURABH BHATTACHARYA

PGDM

3

Prof. (Dr.) DEBADUTTA K PANDA

PGDM

4

Prof. (Dr.) SURAJIT GHOSH DASTIDAR

PGDM

5

Prof. (Dr.) SRIDHAR VAITHIANATHAN

PGDM

6

Prof. (Dr.) SHABNAM PRIYADARSHINI

PGDM

7

Prof. (Dr.) TUMPA DEY

PGDM

8

Prof. (Dr.) STEVEN RAJ PADAKANDLA

PGDM

9

Prof. (Dr.) PREETI SHARMA

PGDM

10

Prof. (Dr.) TULIKA SHARMA

PGDM

11

Prof. KALYANA C CHEJARLA

PGDM

12

Prof. (Dr.) MANOJ DAS

PGDM

13

Prof. (Dr.) K VINAY KUMAR

PGDM

14

Ms. MERCY APARANJI

PGDM

15

Prof. (Dr.) M VENKATESWARLU

PGDM (EXECUTIVE)

16

Prof. (Dr.) B. PAVAN KUMAR

PGDM (EXECUTIVE)

17

Prof. (Dr.) R MAHESH

PGDM (EXECUTIVE)

18

Prof. (Dr.) SHANTANU SHANKAR BAGCHI

PGDM (EXECUTIVE)

19

Prof. (Dr.) K SRIHARSHA REDDY

PGDM (FINANCE)

20

Prof. (Dr.) VENKATA CHAKRAPANI C

PGDM (FINANCE)

21

Prof. (Dr.) NIKHIL RASTOGI

PGDM (FINANCE)

22

Prof. (Dr.) SARATH BABU A

PGDM (FINANCE)

23

Prof. (Dr.) AVISHEK BHANDARI

PGDM (FINANCE)

24

Ms. P SAI KRISHNA TUSHARA

PGDM (FINANCE)

25

Prof. (Dr.) NITIN GUPTA

PGDM (MARKETING)

26

Prof. (Dr.) SIVAGNANASUNDARAM M

PGDM (MARKETING)

27

Prof. DHANANJAY KUMAR SINGH

PGDM (MARKETING)

28

Prof. DEVI PRASAD GHOSH

PGDM (MARKETING)

29

Prof. (Dr.) RAMBALAK YADAV

PGDM (MARKETING)

30

Prof. (Dr.) PRADEEP KUMAR MOHANTY

PGDM (MARKETING)

31

Mr. K PHALGUNA REDDY

PGDM (MARKETING)

· Permanent Faculty

31

· Adjunct Faculty

-

· Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio

1:19

8

Profile of Director

i. Name

Dr. M. Venkateswarlu

ii. Date of Birth

15-04-1965

iii. Unique Id

-

iv. Education Qualifications

M.Com, Ph.D

v. Work Experience

27 Yrs

· Teaching

23 Yrs

· Research

4 Yrs

· Industry

-

· Others

-

vi. Area of Specialization

Accounting & Finance

vii. Courses taught at Diploma / Post Diploma / Under Graduate / Post Graduate / Post Graduate Diploma Level

Financial Accounting, Corporate Finance & Financial Risk Management

viii. Research guidance

-

· No. of papers published in National / International Journals/Conferences

15

· Master

M.Tech, Thesis 50

· Ph.D.

3 completed 2 in advance stage

ix. Projects Carrier out

35 industry consulting at 3 research projects

x. Patents

-

xi. Technology Transfer

-

xii. Research Publications

25

xiii. No. of Books published with details

1 Book Co - author

9

Fee

· Details of fee, as approved by State fee committee, for the Institution

12 Lakhs for two years

· Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme

1st Installment – May 17, 2019

2nd Installment – September 9, 2019

3rd Installment – December 9, 2019

4th Installment – March 20, 2020

5th Installment – June 22, 2020

6th Installment – September14, 2020

7th Installment – December 20, 2020

· No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students

75% Fee Wavier

1. ShreshthSaxena

2. Ashutosh Kumar

3. ManthanArvindbhaiBhadania

4. UtsabKarmakarKarmakar

5. SarthakGoyal

AayushMundra

· Number of scholarship offered by the Institution, duration and amount

NA

· Criteria for fee waivers / scholarship

90 percentile and above in CAT/XAT

· Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels

INR 1, 68, 000/-

10

Admission

· No. of seats sanctioned with the year of approval

240 seats

· Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years

Batch 2019 – 21

PGDM – 113

PGDM Finance – 66

PGDM Marketing – 60

Batch 2018 – 20

PGDM – 104

PGDM Finance – 58

PGDM Marketing – 50

· Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management quota and number admitted

NA

11

Admission Procedure

· Mention the admission test being follower, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website)

CAT

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT CALCUTTA
Diamond Harbour Road
Joka, Kolkata (Calcutta) - 700104
West Bengal
INDIA

URL: https://www.iimcal.ac.in/

XAT

XLRI Xavier School of Management
C. H. Area (East)
Jamshedpur - 831001
Jharkhand, India

URL:http://www.xatonline.in

CMAT

National Testing Agency (NTA)\

C-20 1A/8 ,Sector 62
IITK Outreach Centre,
NOIDA-201309

URL: https://ntacmat.nic.in/ntacmatcms/public/home.aspx

GMAT

GMAC/GMGC India Office*
Gurugram, India
Phone: +91 124 4945270

URL: https://www.gmac.com/

· Number of seats allotted to different Test qualified candidate separately (AIEEE / CET (State conducted test / University tests / CMAT / GPAT / Association conducted test)

NA

· Calendar for admission against Management / Vacant Seats

NA

· Last date of request for applications

NA

· Last date of submission of applications

February 28, 2019

· Dates for announcing final results

March 18, 2019

· Release of admission list (main list and waiting list shall be announced on the same day)

March 18, 2019

· Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given shall in no ase be less than 15 days)

April 3, 2019

· Last date for closing of admission

May 31, 2019

· Starting of the Academic session

June 17,2019

· The waiting list shall be activated only on the expiry of date of main list

April 5, 2019

· The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, shall be clearly notified

In the event of a student withdrawing before the start of the Course, the entire fee collected from the student, after a deduction of the processing fee of not more than ₹1000/- (Rupees One Thousand only) shall be refunded.

12

Criteria and weightages for Admission

· Describe each criterion with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc.

Test score Percentile (best score in CAT/XAT/GMAT/CMAT*) – 35%

Academic score & Quality of graduating institute/university/college – 35%

Work experience (duration & quality) – 10%

Performance in Personal Interview – 20%

Application Rating cut off is 6

· Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any

Same as above

· Mention the cut-off levels of percentage and percentile score of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years

2019 – 21

CAT - >= 70 Percentile

XAT - >= 70 Percentile

CMAT - >= 90 Percentile

GMAT - >= 500 Score

2018 – 20

CAT - >= 70 Percentile

XAT - >= 70 Percentile

CMAT - >= 85 Percentile

GMAT - >= 500 Score

2017 – 19

CAT - >= 50 Percentile

XAT - >= 50 Percentile

CMAT - >= 50 Percentile

GMAT - >= 500 Score

13

Results of Admission Under Management seats / Vacant seats

NA

· Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profile of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over)

NA

· Score of the individual candidate admitted arranged in order or merit

NA

· List of candidate who have been offered admission

NA

· Waiting list of the candidate in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidate

NA

· List of the candidate who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list

NA

14

Information of Infrastructure and Other Resources Available

· Number of Class Rooms and size of each

8 rooms (each 124 Sqm)

· Number of Tutorial rooms and Size of each

5 rooms (each 75 sqm)

· Number of Laboratories and size of each

-NA-

· Number of Drawing Halls with capacity of each

-NA-

· Number of computer centers with capacity of each

4 (Lab-1 60 Capacity,

Lab-2 40, Capacity

Lab-3 100 Capacity and

Lab-4 30 Capacity)

· Central Examination facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each

Exam Control Office (46 Sqm)

· Barrier Free built environment for disable and elderly persons

Yes

· Occupancy Certificate

Yes

· Fire and Safety Certificate

Yes

· Hostel Facilities

Yes

· Library

· Number of Library books / Titles / Journals available (program wise)

Books: 12655; Titles: 7648; Journals & Magazines (Print) : 78

· List of online National / International Journals subscribed

Having access of 12500+ journals through subscribed databases like EBSCO; Emerald; Proquest; DelNet etc.

· E-Library facilities

Having access of e-books of 20,000+ titles in Business and Management Area; Having access of 12500+ e-journals /e-magazines in the area of Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, Operations, General Management etc. All these can be accessible through our IP based as well as remote access ie anywhere, anytime.

· Computing Facilities

· Internet Bandwidth

150 Mbps , 1:1 Dedicated , ISP :JIO

· Number and configuration of System

325 Desktops & Laptops configuration details are as follows

Dell OptiPlex 3050 MT Model Desktops with Intel I3,4GB RAM,320GB HDD,19” TFT,K.B,Mouse- 220 Numbers,

Dell OptiPlex 3040 MT Model Desktops with Intel I3,8GB RAM,320 GB HDD,19” TFT, K.B , Mouse-

30 Numbers.

HP 380 DT Model Desktops with Intel i3,4GB RAM,320 GB HDD, 19” TFT,K.B,Mouse -35 Numbers

HP 240 G4 ,Intel i5,4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD,14” TFT -25 Numbers

HP 240 G6, Intel i5,4 GB RAM,500 GB HDD,14” TFT-

7 Numbers

Dell Vostro 3040 ,Intel i5, 4 GB RAM,500 GB HDD, 14” TFT -8 Numbers .

· Total number of System connected by LAN

325 Numbers with Internet connection .

· Total number of system connected by WAN

NA

· Major software packages available

SAS Educational Analytical suite, SAS Enterprise Miner , SPSS Statistics , SPSS AMOS, Microsoft Project Professional, Microsoft SQL Server Standard Edition, Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise Edition etc.

· Special purpose facilities available

Security purpose : CCTV Cameras Installed

Laptops &Mobile internet access purpose : Wi-Fi devices Installed.

· Innovation Cell

Yes

· Social Media Cell

Yes

· Compliance of the National Academic Depository (NAD), applicable to PGDM / PGDM Institutions and University Departments

Yes

· List of facilities available

· Games and Sports Facilities

Cricket Ground

Football Ground

Basketball Court

Tennis Court

Table Tennis

Caroms

Chess and Gymnasium

· Extra-Curricular Activities

Seminar Hall

Auditorium

Amphi Theater

· Soft Skill Development Facilities

Yes

·Teaching Learning Process

Academic Calendar of the University

Academic Calendar 2019-20

Term - I & Term-IV

Batch

Date

Day

Students' Reporting & Registration

Batch 2019-21

17-Jun-19

Monday

Batch Inauguration

Batch 2019-21

18-Jun-19

Tuesday

Management Orientation Program (MOP) Begins

Batch 2019-21

19-Jun-19

Wednesday

Management Orientation Program (MOP) Ends

Batch 2019-21

28-Jun-19

Friday

Commencement of classes

Batch 2019-21

1-Jul-19

Monday

Students' Registration & Commencement of classes

Batch 2018-20

1-Jul-19

Monday

Placements Training

Batch 2018-20

05-Jul-19 - 07-Jul-19

Friday - Sunday

Industry Immersion

Batch 2019-21

06-Jul-19

Saturday

Last day for substitution of courses

Batch 2018-20

08-Jul-19

Monday

Placements Training

Batch 2018-20

12-Jul-19 - 14-Jul-19

Friday - Sunday

Industry Immersion

Batch 2019-21

13-Jul-19

Saturday

Industry Immersion

Batch 2019-21

20-Jul-19

Saturday

Mid Term Feedback

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

31-Jul-19

Wednesday

Mid Term Examinations

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

05-Aug-19 - 07-Aug-19

Monday - Wednesday

Placements Training

Batch 2018-20

10-Aug-19

Saturday

Independence Day

Holiday

15-Aug-19

Thursday

TEDx Event

Event

30-Aug-19

Friday

Ganesh Chaturthi

Holiday

02-Sep-19

Monday

End Term Feedback

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

4-Sep-19

Wednesday

Placements Training

Batch 2018-20

07-Sep-19

Saturday

Last day for class work

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

10-Sep-19

Tuesday

Comprehensive Exams Begin

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

12-Sep-19

Thursday

Comprehensive Exams End

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

17-Sep-19

Tuesday

Term Break

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

18-Sep-19 - 22-Sep-19

Wednesday - Sunday

Term - II & Term-V

Batch

Date

Day

Students' Registration & Commencement of classes

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

23-Sep-19

Monday

Internship-Orientation Program

Batch 2019-21

28-Sep-19 - 29-Sep-19

Saturday & Sunday

Internship / Placement Week Begins

Batch 2018-20

30-Sep-19

Monday

Mahatma Gandhi Jayanthi

Holiday

2-Oct-19

Wednesday

Maharnavami

Holiday

7-Oct-19

Monday

Vijayadasami

Holiday

8-Oct-19

Tuesday

Internship / Placement Week Ends

Batch 2018-20

12-Oct-19

Saturday

Last day for substitution of Courses

Batch 2018-20

14-Oct-19

Monday

Periodos

Event

19-Oct-19 & 20-Oct-19

Saturday & Sunday

Mid Term Feedback

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

6-Nov-19

Wednesday

Mid Term Examinations

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

11-Nov-19 - 13-Nov-19

Monday - Wednesday

Impelz

Event

06-Dec-19 & 07-Dec-19

Friday & Saturday

End Term Feedback

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

11-Dec-19

Wednesday

Last day for class work

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

24-Dec-19

Tuesday

Christmas

Holiday

25-Dec-19

Wednesday

Comprehensive Exams Begin

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

26-Dec-19

Thursday

Comprehensive Exams End

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

31-Dec-19

Tuesday

New Year

Holiday

1-Jan-20

Wednesday

Term Break

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

02-Jan-20 - 05-Jan-20

Thursday - Sunday

Term - III & Term-VI

Batch

Date

Day

Students' Registration & Commencement of classes

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

6-Jan-20

Monday

Placements Training Intervention

Batch 2018-20

11-Jan-20 & 12-Jan-20

Saturday & Sunday

Last day for substitution of Courses

Batch 2018-20

13-Jan-20

Monday

Makara Sankranti

Holiday

14-Jan-20 & 15-Jan-20

Tuesday & Wednesday

Ace Connect

Event

25-Jan-20 & 26-Jan-20

Saturday & Sunday

Mid Term Feedback

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

05-Feb-20

Wednesday

Mid Term Examinations

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

10-Feb-20 - 12-Feb-20

Monday - Wednesday

Elective Briefings

Batch 2019-21

13-Feb-20 & 14-Feb-20

Thursday & Friday

End Term Feedback

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

04-Mar-20

Wednesday

Last day for class work

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

10-Mar-20

Tuesday

Comprehensive Exams Begin

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

12-Mar-20

Thursday

Comprehensive Exams End

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

16-Mar-20

Monday

Term Break

Batch 2019-21

17-Mar-20 - 22-Mar-20

Tuesday - Sunday

Summer Term

Batch

Date

Day

Internship Program/ MTS/Student Exchange Program Begins

Batch 2019-21

23-Mar-20

Monday

Summer Term Course Begins

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

23-Mar-20

Monday

Summer Term Course Ends

Batch 2019-21 & 2018-20

15-May-20

Friday

Internship Program / MTS/Student Exchange Program Ends

Batch 2019-21

26-Jun-20

Friday

· Academic Time Table with the name of the Faculty members handling the Course

Term-I (Jul to Sep ‘19)

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

SECTION

LEAD FACULTY / Faculty

AIT 19101

Business Statistics

2.5

A

Prof. SRIDHAR VAITHIANATHAN

B

Prof. Surajit Ghosh Dastidar

C

Prof. Surajit Ghosh Dastidar

D

Prof. Preeti Sharma

FIA 19101

Financial Accounting

2.5

A

Prof. SARATH BABU

B

Prof. SarathBabu

C

Prof. Sriharsha Reddy

D

Prof. SarathBabu

GEM 19101

Business Communication

1.5

A

Prof. TULIKA SHARMA

B

Prof. Tulika Sharma

C

Prof. Tulika Sharma

D

Prof. Tulika Sharma

GEM 19102

Microeconomics

2.5

A

Prof. AVISHEK BHANDARI

B

Prof. Steven Raj

C

Prof. Avishek Bhandari

D

Prof. Steven Raj

HRM 19101

Organizational Behavior - I

2.5

A

Prof. Romina Mathew

B

Prof. SHABNAM PRIYADARSHINI

C

Prof. ShabnamPriyadarshini

D

Prof. Tumpa Dey

MKT 19101

Marketing Mangament-I

2.5

A

Prof. MANOJ DAS

B

Prof. PK. Mohanty

C

Prof. Manoj Das

D

Prof. Rambalak Yadav

AIT 19102

Advanced Spreadsheet & Technology Trends

1.5

A

Prof. MAHESH RAMALINGAM

B

Prof. Surajit Ghosh Dastidar

C

Prof. Surajit Ghosh Dastidar

D

Prof. Preeti Sharma

HRM 19102

Leadership Lab

1.5

A

Visiting Faculty

B

Visiting Faculty

C

Visiting Faculty

D

Visiting Faculty

Term-IV (Jul to Sep ‘19)

COURSE CODE

COURSE TITLE

CREDITS

SECTION

LEAD FACULTY / Faculty

AIT 18401

Machine Learning Algorithm using Python

3

Prof. Sridhar Vaithianathan

AIT 18403

Visual Analytics

3

Prof. Sridhar Vaithianathan

FIA 18401

Financial Derivatives

3

Prof. Chakrapani

FIA 18402

Security Analysis

3

Prof. Nikhil Rastogi

FIA 18403

Introduction to Banking

3

Prof. Sriharsha Reddy

FIA 18404

Financial Services

3

Prof. Phani Kiran

FIA 18405

Wealth Management

3

Prof. Alok Kumar Mishra

GEM 18401

Ethics, Governance and Law-I

3

A

Prof. AndalAmmisetty/ Prof. Alla Srinivasa Rao

GEM 18401

Ethics, Governance and Law-I

3

B

Prof. AndalAmmisetty/ Prof. Alla Srinivasa Rao

GEM 18401

Ethics, Governance and Law-I

3

C

Prof. AndalAmmisetty/ Prof. Alla Srinivasa Rao

HRM 18401

Talent Planning & Acquisition

3

Prof. Romina Mathew

HRM 18402

Managing Work Place

3

Prof. ShabnamPriyadarshini

HRM 18404

Performance Management

3

Prof. Tumpa Dey

MKT 18401

Services Marketing

3

Prof. Rambalak Yadav

MKT 18402

Consumer Behavior

3

A

Prof. NITIN GUPTA

MKT 18402

Consumer Behavior

3

B

Prof. Nitin Gupta

MKT 18403

Brand Management

3

A

Prof. DHANANJAY SINGH

MKT 18403

Brand Management

3

B

Prof. PK. Mohanty

MKT 18404

Marketing Research

3

Prof. Sivagnanasundaram

MKT 18405

Retail Management

3

Prof. Manoj Das

MKT 18406

Product Management

3

Prof. Deviprasad Ghosh

MKT 18407

Social Media Marketing & Media Management

3

Prof. Deviprasad Ghosh

OPM 18401

Project Management

3

Prof. Sourabh Bhattacharya

OPM 18402

Supply Chain and Logistics Management

3

Prof. KalyanChejarla

OPM 18602

Total Quality Management

3

Prof. KalyanChejarla

· Teaching Load of each Faculty

Faculty Work Load : AY 2019-20

Sno

Area

Faculty Name

Work Load in Hours

1

Finance & Accounting

Prof. Nikhil Rastogi

130

2

Finance & Accounting

Prof. SarathBabu

125

3

Finance & Accounting

Prof. Sriharsha Reddy

130

4

Finance & Accounting

Prof. V. Chakrapani

125

5

General Management

Prof. Avishek Bhandari

145

6

General Management

Prof. Debadutta Kumar Panda

165

7

General Management

Prof. P. Steven Raj

145

8

General Management

Prof. Tulika Sharma

150

9

Human Resource Management

Prof. B. Pavan Kumar

160

10

Human Resource Management

Prof. Romina Mathew

165

11

Human Resource Management

Prof. ShabnamPriyadarshini

160

12

Human Resource Management

Prof. Tumpa Dey

155

13

Analytics and Information Technology

Prof. Mahesh Ramalingam

150

14

Analytics and Information Technology

Prof. Surajit Ghosh Dastidar

140

15

Analytics and Information Technology

Prof. Sridhar Vaithianathan

140

16

Analytics and Information Technology

Prof. Preeti Sharma

140

17

Marketing

Prof. Dhananunjay Singh

130

18

Marketing

Prof. Manoj Das

135

19

Marketing

Prof. Nitin Gupta

130

20

Marketing

Prof. PK. Mohanty

125

21

Marketing

Prof. Rambalak Yadav

140

22

Marketing

Prof. Sivagnanasundaram

135

23

Operations Management

Prof. KalyanChejarla

130

24

Operations Management

Prof. Sourabh Bhattacharya

150

25

Operations Management

Prof. Shantanu Shankar Bagchi

145

26

Operations Management

Prof. Vinay Kumar

135

· Internal Continuous Evaluation System and Place

Yes

· Student’s assessment of Faculty, System in Place

Yes

15

Enrollment of students in the last 3 years

Batch 2016-18 - 205

Batch 2017-19 - 300

Batch 2018-20 - 213

16

List of Research Projects Consultancy Works

· Number of Projects carried out, funding agency, Grant received

S. No

Faculty

Title

Project

Duration

Starting Date

End Date

Program

Amount in (Rs)

1

DrSriharsha Reddy, DrDebadutta Kumar & Sridhar Vaithinanathan

“Study on the Adoption of Cash less Transactions at small merchants in Tier 2 and 3 cities of Telangana”

NPCI

(4 months )

May-17

Completed on June 2018

PGDM

517,500

2

Dr. Debadutta Kumar Panda, Dr. Sriharsha Reddy &DrShabnamPriyadarshini

“A Study on Defaults in SHG-Bank Linkage Program in Andhra Pradesh”

NABARD

24 months

Jul-15

May-17

PGDM

4,99,100

· Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects

IMT Hyderabad -Research Publications for the last three years

2018-2019

  1. Tumpa Dey (2019), “Challenges of Social Entrepreneurship in India” Global Journal of Business Management, Vol 13 No 1 June 2019, pp 65-77
  1. Avishek Bhandari “Contagion among Indian and Some Developed Equity Markets: A Continuous Wavelet Investigation” The Empirical Economic Letters Vol 18, No 6, June 2019
  1. Sivagnanasundaram (2019), “Effect of product retail strategy on Frim Value : A Study on Indian Automobile” Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management, Vol 10, No 6, June 2019 pp 7-12
  1. SarathBabu“Risk and Return Analysis of Indian Banking Sector Stocks” Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management Vol 10, No 6, June 2019
  1. Manoj Das and Mahesh Ramallingam“How Effective are your Actions? Impact of perceived consumer effectiveness on green purchasing behavior” Academy of Marketing Studies Journal Vol 23, No 2, June 2019
  1. Debadutta Kumar Panda (2019), “ Competitive dynamics in not-for-profit organizations: evidence from India” Asia Pacific Journal of Management doi.org/10.1007/s10490-019-09666-0 June 2019
  1. PavankumarBalivada (2019), “Engaging Diverse Religions at Work” Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management, Vol 10, No 5, May 2019 pp 7-15
  1. Devi Prasad Ghosh (2019), “B2B Social Media Marketing Mix Optimization Model: A Case Study of a SME in Corporate Training Services” Journal of Advance in Business Management and Accounting Vol 5, Issue 5, May 19 pp 20-33
  1. PavankumarBalivada&Tulika Sharma (2019), “Recruitment Process Made Easy” Journal of Human Resource and Customer Relationship Management, Vol 3, No 1, 2019 pp 11-15
  1. M Kannadhasan, Pankaj Singh, ParikshitCharan&Pavan Kumar Balivada (2018), “Personality characteristics and the process of start-up: the moderating role of institutional environment” Decision Official Journal of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Vol 45, No 4, December 2018 pp 287-300
  1. Tulika Sharma (2019), Evolution of New Communication Patterns: A Case of Social Media” Journal of Management Research and Analysis, Vol 6, No 1, March 2019 pp 50-58

  1. Devi Prasad Ghosh (2019), “Commercial & Industrial Sector for Energy Storage Solutions in India: A Case Study of Exicom Power Solutions” International Research Journal od Engineering and Technology, Vol 6, Issue 5, May 19 pp 6696-6705
  1. Sivagnanasundaram (2019), “Effect of packaging on Perfume purchase decision of consumers” Journal of Management Research and Analysis, Vol 6, No 1, March 2019 pp 6-20
  1. Tumpa Dey (2019), “Sexual harassment in organizations: An investigation of the #Me Too movement in India” International Journal of Advance Research and Development, Vol 4 No 5, May 2019 pp 61-73
  1. Manoj Das “Digitally extended self: Are we happy or sad? ”International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences Vol 8, No 4, April 2019 pp 36-46
  1. Sourabh Bhattacharya & Shantanu Shankar Bagchi “Evaluating Manufacturer's Wholesale Price Policy Under Order Postponement With Buyback Option” International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences Vol 10, No 2, pp 49-69 April-June 2019
  1. Debadutta Kumar Panda (2019), “ Role of Identity in the business ecosystem: an inquiry in Indian stone carving clusters” International Journal of Organizational Analysis doi.org/10.1108/IJOA-06-2018-1454 March 2019
  1. Debadutta Kumar Panda (2019), “ Misaligned Expectations and Non-Cooperative Behavior in Indian Microfinance: Evidences from a Survey” Journal of Economic Issues Vol 53, No 1, pp 211-233 March 2019
  1. Vikas Chauhan, RambalakYadav,VipinChoudhary"Analyzing the impact of consumer innovativeness and perceived risk in internet banking adoption: A Study of Indian consumers" International Journal of Bank Marketing, Vol 37 Issue 1, pp 323-339
  1. Rambalak Yadav, MS Balaji, CharlesJebarajakirthy,(2019), How psychological and contextual factors contribute to travelers’ propensity to choose green hotels”Int Journal of Hospitality Management, Vol 77, January 2019 pp 385-395
  1. Shantanu Shankar Bagchi (2018), “Simultaneous Optimization of Capacity Decision and Pricing Policy of a Hotel in Stochastic Demand Environment” International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences, Vol 10, Issue 1, Jan-Mar 19 pp 10-22
  1. Vinay Kumar Kalakbandi(2018), “Managing the misbehaving retailer under demand and uncertainty and imperfect information” European Journal of Operational Research, Vol 269, Issue 3, Sept 2018 pp 939-954
  1. Steven Raj Padakandla&SudarshanBhattacharjee (2018), “A Post Crisis Analysis of Market Interdependence and Integration among India and Select Asian Markets” The Empirical Economic Letters”, Vol 17, No 12, December 2018 pp 1421-1431
  1. Pravesh Kumar PadamwarJaagrookDawra& Vinay Kumar Kalakbandi(2018), “Range effect on extremeness aversion Decision Official. Journal of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Vol 45, Issue 4, Dec 2018 pp 345-355
  1. Nikhil Rastogi&ChakrapaniChaturvedula(2018), “ Qualified Institutional Placement Vs Preferential Allotment: Choice of Seasoned Offering for Private Equity Placement in India” International Research Journal of Finance and EconomicsVol 170, No 1, Nov 2018
  1. ChakrapaniChaturvedula& Nikhil Rastogi (2018), “ The Effectiveness of Price Bands on Emerging Markets: Evidence from India” Accounting and Finance Research Vol 7, No 4, pp 195-199 Nov 2018
  1. Pooja Kumari&Chandrashekar Mishra (2018), Value relevance of earnings and book value in India: significance of accounting reforms and intangible-intensity in an emerging market, Int J Accounting Auditing and Performance Evaluation, Vol 14, No 4, 2018 pp 364-387 Dec 2018
  1. Tumpa Dey (2018), “Union and Organizational Commitment: Are The Two Linked” Global Journal of Business Management, Vol 12 No 1, 2018 pp 13-20
  1. Rambalak Yadav, Vikas Chauhan, Ankur Srivastava (2018), “Energy saving behaviour among individuals in two different contexts: analyzing the individuals’ energy saving behaviour at home and workplace” Int J Environment, Workplace and Employment, Vol 4, No 4, 2018 pp 247-363
  1. Gyan Prakash, Pankaj Kumar Singh, Rambalak Yadav (2018), “Application of consumer style inventory (CSI) to predict young Indian consumer’s intention to purchase organic food products” Food Quality and Preferences, Vol 68, September 2018 pp 90-97
  1. Suman Gupta, Vinay Goyal, Vinay Kumar Kalakbandi and Sankarshan Basu (2018), “Overconfidence. trading volume and liquidity effect in Asia’s Giants: evidence from pre-, during –and post-global recession” Decision Official. Journal of Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, Vol 45, Issue 3, Sept 2018 pp 235-257
  1. Tulika Sharma (2018), “Capturing the Policies of the Place: Nadine Gordimer’s A World of Strangers” Glimpses (A Peer-Reviwed BI-Annual Refreed International Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research, Vol 7, No 2, June 2018 pp 12-25

2017-2018

  1. Mahesh Ramalingam (2018)“Evaluation of Service Quality Attributes in Public Bus Transport Corporation Using Importance-Performance Map Analysis”, “International Journal of Advanced in Management, Technology and Engineering Sciences, Vol 8, No 5, May 2018
  1. Debendra P Kar (2018) "Linking HR Analytics to Organizational Process", An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal. Vol 8 Iss 6, June 2018 pp 5-12
  1. Tumpa Dey, “Public Private partnerships in urban solid waste management: A Review” International Journal of Advance Research and Management,Vol3 Issue 6 June 2018
  1. Pavan Kumar Balivada “Shareholder Activism & Whistle Blower Protection: Governance Issues in Public Companies in India”, Asia Pacific Journal of Research in Business Management, 2018 Vol 9 Iss 5 pp 1-16
  1. Pavan Kumar Balivada “Sustainable Competitive Advantage through Employee Empowerment”, Journal of Advance Management Research, 2018 Vol 6 Iss 4 pp 360-363
  1. M Sivagnanasundaram, “Sustainability Practices in Indian Retail Industry: A Comparison with Top Global Retailers”, Emerging Economy Studies, 2018 Vol 4 Iss 1 pp 102-111
  1. Dhananjay Singh, “Haats and Meals-Facilitating Rural Reach and Acceesibility”, IntJounal of Marketing and Management Research, 2018 Vol 9 Iss 4 May 2018
  1. ShabnamPriyadasrhini, “Technology and the ModenWorkforece Management”, International RessearchJounal of Human Resource and ScocialSciences , Volume 5 Issue 5 May 2018. pp 47-55
  1. Kahn Md. RaziuddinTaufique& Sridhar Vaithianathan, “A Fresh look at understanding Green consumer behavior among young urban Indian consumers through the lens of Theory of Planned Behavior”, Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 183 May 2018. pp 46-55
  1. Sriharsha Reddy K &SarathBabu A, “Announcement of Payment Banks and Stock Performance of Commercial Banks in India”, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, April 2018, Vol23. No 1
  1. Debendra P Kar (2018) "Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Job Satisfaction ", Journal of Advance Management Research, Vol 6 Iss 4, April 2018 pp 264-275
  1. Dinesh Jaisinghani, “Empirical Analysis of Cointegration of Indian Financial Markets with Other Markets, Zenith International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Vol. 8. No.5, May 2018 pp109-115
  1. Devi Prasad Ghosh, Applicationof linear Programming for Direct Marketing Media Mix Optimization Model: A Case Study of a Company promoting its IT Training Services”, International Research Journal o Engineering and Technology (IRJET) Vol 05,Iss No 4 April 2018
  1. Devi Prasad Ghosh, “Application of Linear Programming for Developing Distribution Optimization model for Services: A Case Study of Hospital Speciality Services Distribution”, Journal of Advance Research in Business Management and Accounting, Vol 4 Iss 4 April 2018
  1. Avishek Bhandari “Long Memory in Stock Returns; A Analysis using a Wavelet Based Semi-Parametric Estimator” The Empirical Economic Letters, (February 2018) ISSN 1681-8997
  1. Manish Gupta, MusarratShaheen&Manoj Das “Engaging Employees for Quality of Life: Mediation by Psychlogical capital” The Service Industries Journal, April 2018,doi.org/10.1080/02642069.2018.1461799
  1. ChakrapaniChaturvedula “The Effect of ADR & GDR Listing on Shareholder’s Wealth: Evidences from India”, Accounting and Finance Research, 7 No. 2, 2018 http://doi.org/10.5430/afr.v7n2p174
  1. Mukesh Kumar, Vinay Kalakbandi, Sanjeev Prashar, Neelu&Archana Parashar “Overcoming the effect of low self-esteem on public speaking anxiety with mindfulness-based interventions” Decision December 2017, Volume 44, Issue 4, pp 287–296 DOI: 10.4018/IJBIR.2017070104
  1. Vinay Kumar Kalakbandi, Sankara Prasad Kondareddy “Predictive Skill Based Call Routing Using Multi-Label Classificatin Techniques” International Journal of Business Intelligence Research, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp 49-61 DOI:10.1007/s40622-017-0166-4
  1. Shantanu Shankar Bagchi &Rik Paul,Aligning Aggregate Planning with (s,S) Inventory Model in a Stochastic Demand Environment” International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences Volume 9 • Issue 1 • January-March 2018
  1. Avishek Bhandari “Wavelets based multiscale analysis of select global equity returns” Theoretical and Applied Economics Volume XXIV (2017),4 (613),Winter, p 75-88
  1. SupratimKundu& Nitin Gupta, “Consumer behavior towards Purchase of Green Products vis-à-vis Ayurvedic Products” Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol -3 Issue 7, 2017
  1. Debautta Kumar Panda,“ Entrepreneurial Orientation, Intermediation Services, Microfinance, and Microenterprises. Managerial and Decision Economics, 38(7)
  1. Surajit Ghosh Dastidar, “Restaurant Recommendation System”, International Journal of Business Abalytics and Intelligence , Vol. 5 Issue: 2, October 2017 pp.22-29
  1. Dinesh Jaisinghani, BarnaliChaklader, “Testing dynamic trade-off theory of capital Structure :an empirical study for the textiles industry in India”Afro-Asian J. Finance and Accounting Vol. 7. No.4 2017
  1. Shashi Kartikeyan, ShabnamPriyadarshini, (2017)Missing women in the boardrooms: across the board Human Resource Management International Digest, Vol. 25 Issue: 5, pp.4-6
  1. Manoj Das “Destination Marketing-A Conceptual model for decision making” Journal of Advance Management Research Vol 5 Iss5 (December 2017),
  1. Manoj Das “Behavioral Outcomes of Patient experience” International Journal of Research in Economics & Social Sciences Vol 7 Iss 12 (December 2017),
  1. Dhananjay Singh,,“Reaching out to Rural Consumer: A Study of FMCG Sector ” Journal of Marketing Strategy” Vol 5 Issue 3 December 2017

2016-2017

  1. Santanu Mandal, RathinSarathyVenkateshwar Rao Korasiga, Sourabh Bhattacharya“The dominant influence of logistics capabilities on integration; Empirical evidences from supply chain resilience”, International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 8 No. 4, 2017 pp. 357-374 http://doi.org/10.1108/IJDRBE-05-2016-0019
  1. Tumpa Dey, “A Cultural Perspective on Wisdom and Leadership – A Literature Review”, Global Journal of Business Management, Vol 11, No 7, June 2017, pp 17-27.
  1. Dinesh Jaisinghani,“ An empirical analysis of consumers’ perception about smartphones in India”, Journal of Management Research and Analysis, April-June 2017, 4 (2):63-68
  1. Devi Prasad Ghosh, ”Digital Media a Mix Optimization Model: A Case Study of Digital Agency promoting its E-Training Services” international Journal of Research in IT and Management, Vol7, Issue 3, March 2017, pp 127-137
  1. Devi Prasad Ghosh, “Distribution Optimization Model: A Case Study of Mobile Handset Distribution System” Journal of Advances in Business Management and Accounting Vol 3,Issue 4, April 2017,pp 23-36
  1. Debadutta Kumar Panda “Impact assessment of group-based credit-lending projects with controlled project placement bias and self-selection bias”, Decision Official Journal of Indian Institute of Management CalculttaDOI: 10.1007/s40622-017-0148-6
  1. KanaiyalalSantilalParmar, &ChakrapaniChaturvedula, “The Effctiveness of Trade Segment as Surveillance Effort to Prevent Price Manipulation:Evidence from India”, Accouting and Finance Research, Vol. 6, No. 1;2017 doi:10.5430/afr.v6n1p9
  1. Gupta, Nitin (2016), “Measuring Consumer Acculturation – Discussion on a Prospective Approach”, Marketing Sciences and Inspirations, Vol. XI, No. 2, pp. 33-41.
  2. Santanu Mandal, RathinSarathyVenkateshwar Rao Korasiga, Sourabh Bhattacharya and Surajit Ghosh Dastidar,“Achieving supply chain resilience The contribution of logistics and supply chain capabilities”, International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 7 No. 5, 2016 pp. 544-562
  3. Debadutta Kumar Panda , (2017)," Coevolution and coexistence of cooperation and competition in interorganizational collaboration: evidences from Indian management consulting industry ", Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, Vol. 10 Iss 1
  1. Debadutta Kumar Panda “Microfinance SpursMicroenterprise Development: An Exploration of the Latent Processes”, Change 25: 613–623
  1. Sriharsha Reddy and Krishna Gopalaraman, (2016), “Peer to Peer Lending, Default Prediction-Evidence from Lending Club”, Journal of Internet Banking and Commerce, Vol. 21, No.3
  1. SarathBabu A, “Testing for Random Walk Behaviour in Indian Bond Market”, “Theoretical Economic Letters,2017, 7,728-736
  1. Priyadarshini, S. (2017). Attribution of Success and Failure by Sales Force. International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences. 4(2), 52-70
  1. Priyadarshini, S. (2017). Effect of Personality on Conflict Resolution Styles. IRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences (ISSN 2455-2267), 7(2), 196-207.
  1. ShabnamPriyadarshini, Missing Women in the Boardrooms: Across the Board Human Resource Management International Digest,Munuscript No :HRMID-04-2017-0062
  1. Dhananjay Singh &Pavan Kumar Balivada and , (2017), “Indian Retailing Perspective: Challenges and Opportunities”, South Asian Journal of Marketing and International Journal of Marketing and Management, Vol. 7, Issue No.4, pp 66-82
  1. Dhananjay Singh &Pavan Kumar Balivada, (2017), “Luxury Redefined-The Exclusivity Clause”, International Journal of Finance and Marketing Research in IT and Management, Vol. 7, Issue No.4, pp 30-35
  1. Dhananjay Singh, (2017), “Marketing Innovations for Inclusive Growth-A Study of LIC OF India”, International Journal of Marketing and Management Research, Vol. 8, Issue No.6,June 2017
  1. Pavan Kumar Balivada, (2017), “Development of leadership Competencies through training activities”, An international Multidisciplinary Research Journal, Vol. 7, Issue No.4, April 2017
  1. Manoj Das, (2017), “Private Label Brands: Conceptual Framework”, International Journal of Research in IT and Management, Vol. 7, Issue No.4, pp 17-23
  1. Manoj Das, “Health Care: An Emerging Area of Research (2017), International Journal of Research in Finance and Marketing, Vol.7, Issue 4, pp 13-29
  1. Sriharsha Reddy &MousumiSinghaMahapatra (2017), “Risk Tolerance, Personal Financial Knowledge and Demographic Characteristics-Evidence From India”, The Journal of Developing Areas, Vol. 51, No.3
  1. DrDebendra P Kar, “Development and Implementation of an Employee Empowerment Plan for Sustainable Competitive Advantage”, “An International Multidisciplinary Research, Vol 7 Issue 5 May 2017pp:15-22
  1. Prof . (Dr) Tumpa Dey, “Employee Creativity: The Role of Harmonious Passion in a Supportive Context (Supervisory and Co-Workers Support”, “Global Journal of Business Management, Volume 10, No 2, December 2016
  1. Mahesh Ramalingam, “A Hierarchical Model of Service Quality of Indian Railways website: Mediating Role of Customer Satisfaction”, “International Journal of Research in Finance and Marketing, Volume 7, No 5, May 2017
  1. ShawnellGodinho&PreetiSharma,“Helical Insight: A Self Service Business Intelligence Tool”, “International Journal of Science, Engineering and Management, Volume 1, No 4, August 2016
  1. ShawnellGodinho&PreetiSharma,“Helical Insight: Changing The Business Intelligence Landscape”, “International Journal of Management Research and Business Strategy, Volume 6, No 1, January 2017

· Industry Linkage

Panel Discussions at IMT Hyderabad from June 2013 to till date

S.No

Theme

Date

Name

Company

Designation

1

Contemporary Challenges in Pharma and Healthcare Sector Panel 1: Leading Diversity Panel 2: New Paradigm in Digital Marketing & Analytics

11-Jan-19

Mr. Ram

L&D Hetero Drugs

Sr. GM,

Mr. Parasuraman

Dr. Reddys Lab

Global Head, R&D,

Mr. MahendraPratap Singh

Napier

Global Head(HR)

Dr. B. Aparna Reddy

Therapiva&Laxai Life Sciences

Chief People Officer,

Mr. PhaniMitra

Dr. Reddys Lab

VP, Analytics & Strategy

Mr. Rajesh Kr. Singh

Hinduja Tech

GM

Mr. Sankara V. Krishna Prasad

Cito Healthcare

Founder & CEO

Mr. SohamWagh

GlaxoSmithKline

Global Marketing Lead

2

Managing Disruptive Technologies

21-Dec-18

JayeshRanjan

Government

IT Secretary

Kurt Stockli

President

Glenmark

Vijay Chandru

Director

Strand Life Sciences

Ashok Das

CEO

SunMoksha

Nixon Patel

CEO

Quantum Labs

3

Making difficult conversations easy with EI

30-Nov-18

Ms. Urvashi Baid

CCI- Indian Women Networ

4

Fundamentals of HR being applied in the industry setup

19-Nov-18

Mr. MahendraPratap Singh

Global Head – HR,

Napier Healthcare

5

Successful Career: Investment Bankers’ Perspectives

06-Oct-18

Mr. Hemant Sethia

Vice President

Credit Suisse Services (India) Private Limited

6

Overview of Indian Pharmaceutical Industry

01-Aug-18

Mr. Naveen Kumar

Group Head,

CARE Ratings Ltd

7

Trends in Business Analytics

27-Jul-18

Mr Ramesh Kumar Koona

Cygnesia Animations Pvt. Ltd.

Founder and Director

Mr. SharatKonatham

HEDNext

Co founder

Mr. Sridhar Sheshadri

Spotflock

Founder & CEO

Mr. N M Sharma

Phygital Insights Pvt. Ltd

Founder & CEO

Mr. Ravi Munukutla

Independent Consultant (Data Analytics)

8

Corporate expectations from Management Graduates

29-Jun-18

Mr. Pragathi Kumar

AT&T

Director HR - International HR

Mr.Dinesh Kumar Murugesan

DSM Chemicals

Country Head - HR

Ms.VaniManukonda

HARSCO

Director - Human Resources

Mr. VenkateshPalabatla

GMR Group

Head - HR

9

TrailBlazers

25-Nov-17

Dr. Anil K Khandelwal

Bank of Baroda

Thought Leader, Author, Member- Banks Board Bureau and Former CMD

Ms. JayanthiSampathkumar

Microsoft

Guinness World Record Holder and Principal Engineering Manager

Mr. Murali Subramanian

Innovacx

Former Group VP at Oracle Corporation; CEO

Ms. ArunaPreetam

TechMahindra

Global Compensation & Benefits Leader

Ms. Rekha Narendra

Kantar

HR Director ,Global Delivery Centres& OT

Mr. L Prabhakar

ITC Ltd.

VP-HR Agribusiness Division

10

Women in Supply Chain

15-Dec-17

Ms. Divya Medar

Snackerstreet Pvt. Ltd

Chef Director

Ms. Malathi Sridhar

Dr.Reddy’s laboratories, Generics division

Heading External Manufacturing Operations

Ms. Lathaa Subramanian

Inogent Laboratories Ltd (A GVK-BIO Company)

Associate Director- SCM

Ms.Shobha Dixit

ALPLA India Pvt. Ltd

Director

Ms. TanujaAbburi

NTT Data

Senior Director, HR,

11

Dilemma of a Management Graduate

23-Jun-17

Dr. MuraliPadmanabhan

Virtusa Polaris

Sr Vice President - Global Head of Talent Development and India Head- Human Resources

Mr.Sriram S.R.

Director-HR

Arcesium (D.E.Shaw)

Mr. Shameel Sharma

Managing Director

Kantar Group

Ms.NehaRichharia

Associate Director-HR

Cognizant Technology Solutions

Mr.Nihit Kumar Sharma

Associate VP

UBS AG

12

Industry expectations from management graduates

24-Jun-16

Mr.Debashis Das

Milagrow Human Tech & President IMT Alumni Association

CEO

Mr. Shuddhasattwa Das

Gandour India

National HR Head

Mr. Krishna Prasad Omkar

SumTotal Systems (Global Leader in HCM Application Development)

Director HR

Mr. Kiran Prasad Ivaturi

ACT( Atria Convergence Technologies)

GM & Head HR

Ms. Rajitha Singh

Broadridge Financial Services

Head HR

13

TrailBlazers:Learning from the Best

18-Dec-16

Ms.MeeraShenoy

Youth4Jobs

Social change maker, Founder

Mr.S P Reddy

EnGenius

Invester& Philanthropist, Founder

Mr.Karunakara M Reddy

Smaat India &WalkForWater

Founder

Mr.SrikanthBolla

Bollant Industries

CEO

Mr.P.Madhava Reddy

Social Media Awareness crusader

14

Covering Public Policy and Business Management Imperatives and Challenges

16-Dec-15

Dr.P.K.Mohanty

Former Chief Secretary, Government of A.P

I.A.S (retired)

Dr.K.Lakshminarayana

Director, Andhra Pradesh Skill Development Corporation

I.A.S (retired)

Shri.MohammedAbid

Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad

I.A.S

Dr.M.Gopinath Reddy

CESS Hyderabad

Head, Division for Sustainable Development Studies

Mr.Tanmay Das

KSK Energy Ventrues, Hyderabad

Director

Mr.ChirantanChatteree

Virtusa, Hyderabad

Director

Dr.Alok Mishra

University of Hyderabad

Dr.HarishSrivastsava

Ramky Foundation

Head, Planning & Communication

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Women in Manufacturing

16-Sep-15

Ms. Alpa Gupta Mishra

Tata Projects

General Manager of Future Ready Team

Ms. GeetaJyothi

ITW Chemin a US MNC into manufacturing of Specialty Chemicals

Senior Manager

Mr. Krishna Sai

Dr. Reddy’s Lab

Director, HR-FTO

Dr. Sourabh Bhattacharya

IMT Hyderabad

Professor of Operations Management

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Industry expectations from management graduates.

26-Jun-15

Mr. Padmanabhan S

Dr Reddy Laboratories

Director, HR

Mr. Vipul Singh

ADP

Head, HR

Mr. Swaraj Mishra

FactSet Research Systems India (Pvt) Limited

Associate Director, HR

Mr. Rajiv Oza

Biological E Ltd

VP & Global Head, HR

17

Industry Expectations from B-School Graduates

15-Mar-14

Dr.KiranmayiPendyala

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

Head HR-India

Mr.VenkatTulasi

CSC India

Vendor Manager

Dr.SrinageshChatarajupalli

Infosys

Principal and Hyderabad STP, ETA Manager

18

Grooming Next-Gen Leaders-Challengers & Imperatives

30-Aug-13

Ms.Uma Rao

Mars India

Director-HR (people & Organization)

Ms.Preeti S Bhargava

India Bulls

AVP Learning and Development

Mr.Krishna Kishore

GreenKO

VP-HR & IR

Mr.K V Pratap

Mahindra satyam, Hyderabad

Sr.Consultant

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What students should focus on in the two years at B-School

28-Jun-13

Mr.ChirantanChatteree

Virtusa

Director & Client Partner

Ms.Geeta Rao Goti

Husys Consulting Pvt Ltd

Director

Ms.Nirmala Garg

Sutherland Global Services

VP- HR

Mr.VijayaPasupulati

WinzestEductech Private Limited (Moderator)

CEO

· MoUs with Industries (Minimum 3)

Yes

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Best practices adopted, if any

1. Unique Features of IMT Hyderabad’s PGDM Programs :The PGDM programs at IMT Hyderabad address the varied aspirations of the students by offering a wide range of Electives. It follows a cafeteria approach wherein a student has the flexibility to choose electives. A student who wants to specialize in a particular stream has to choose a minimum of six electives in that stream and thus has the freedom to specialize even in the areas such as Operations Management, Human Resources and IT & Analytics. The remaining electives can be chosen from any stream as per his/ her choice.

2. ABHYUDAY Management Orientation Program: (MOP) The first term of the first year starts with the Management Orientation Program (MOP). This two week program’s objective is to prepare the students coming from varied backgrounds, for a common experience. The program also initiates classes and workshops that set the tone for learning for the students

3. Practitioner Sessions: At IMT Hyderabad, at least 20% of every course is delivered by senior executives from corporate world and the rest is delivered by the faculty member in-charge. This is to ensure that the courses being offered are relevant and updated to meet the current as well as future needs of the business world and also sensitize students to the real world challenges and the best practices within that function

4. USP of Internship Program(IP):During the intervening summerterm between the first and secondyears, students undergo a 14 weekfaculty-supervised internship in anorganization to apply the knowledgethey have acquired during the firstyear of their program and bridge theperceived gap between theory andpractice. The IP enables studentsto experience the rigors of theprofessional environment, bothin terms of form and substance. Itprovides them with opportunitiesto learn and practice businessknowledge and professional behavior.

5. Electives: IMT Hyderabad’s PGDM programs address the varied aspirations of students through offering electives. It follows a cafeteria approach wherein a student has the flexibility in choosing electives. A student who wants to specialize in a particular stream has to choose minimum six electives in that stream. For the remaining, the student can choose any electives as per his/her choice from any stream. An elective course will be offered if a minimum of 15 students opt for it.

6. Integrative Elective:In order to achieve holistic learning, IMT Hyderabad offers Integrative Courses. The purpose of integrative courses is to provide the necessary breadth to the learning experience. These courses are also in sync with our philosophy of understanding all facets of business and give students an opportunity to improve their knowledge of the business environment. A student will have a flexibility to choose one Integrative Elective each in Terms V and VI in the second year to suit their career aspirations from the given list of courses

7. Management Project: The Management Project (MP) is another unique feature in IMT Hyderabad curriculum which has been included to ensure practice oriented learning. It spreads over two terms of the second year and carries a total of six credits. The objective of MP is to facilitate the process of attaining a higher level of knowledge and expertise in the field of study chosen by the students. It will help the students to integrate the learning in multiple areas and address a comprehensive question of relevance to the management discipline. This also inculcates the art of conducting independent inquiry and evaluation which is useful both in industry and for later academic pursuits. The project would be based on a real-time business issue, preferably as a continuation of the Internship Program work.

8. Leadership Series:CXOs from leading corporates are invited to share their business building experience with students and update them about the happenings in the corporate world. Students learn about the challengesthat these leaders had to face while achieving their goal, which gives them the motivation to think out-of the box solutions.

9. On completion of the PGDM programs, the students would be able to demonstrate

· Functional Proficiency and Integration

· Analytical and critical thinking ability

· Leadership and interpersonal skills

· Communication Skills

· Ethical and Global Perspective

· Creativity and innovation skills

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