Director’s Message

I take pride in welcoming you to Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur.The institute provides a perfect setting for you to start your journey towards excellence. Right from day-one till your final placement, we are there with you in every step forward in your journey.

We have designed a curriculum which is in tune with the changing requirements of industry, society, and the world at large. It has been evolved through a process, full of rigour and highest benchmarking. Your classroom deliberation is facilitated by the faculty of high accomplishment in teaching and research. Your learning does not stop in the classroom anyway; in fact more of it takes place outside the classroom, extended to society, reaches to the industry doorsteps. You will experience a unique system of mentoring which will ensure that you grow well and add immense value.

You will have plenty of opportunity to learn through participating, watching, and doing. Your skills would get sharpened through hands-on work assignments, industry association, and opportunity to contribute and create of your own. Be assured that you will find us standing by your side in whatever way you are going learn for your better future.

When you become industry ready, companies would take pride in placing you. We will take pride in going hand-in-hand with you. Your parents will take pride in you and your achievements. You will take pride in being a student of Jaipuria-Jaipur.

It is this virtuous cycle of pride that we seek to create for you at Jaipuria-Jaipur!

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Student Life

“Jaipuria enables industry oriented education”

Sagar Agarwal belongs to the city of Bikaner, from where he also did his BBA. He appeared for the MAT and CAT exams. In his CAT exams he scored a percentage of 94.57% (scored good percentiles in both), which opened up opportunities for him after graduation. He applied for admission to Jaipuria for clear reasons like its brand name, fees, faculty, infrastructure and placements.

Sagar is glad about the extra-curricular opportunities Jaipuria provides. He is happiest being a part of skits during college events, anchoring shows and coordinating activities like the college annual sports meet. He also represented the college in ‘Chanakya’, an event organized by AIMA.

Academics mean a lot more than a degree and classroom learning for Sagar. A very optimistic Sagar is convinced that the institute will help him create a place for himself and give him an edge over others. In the few months that he has spent at Jaipuria, Sagar claims he has evolved as a person and a professional.

The faculty support has impressed him and he is all praise for the innovative teaching methods being leveraged by them to help clear concepts. His basic satisfaction comes from the fact the faculty enables a clear understanding of industry concepts and their implementation by bringing in industry interaction into the classroom.

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What matters most during the placement process is your attitude. At Jaipuria institute of management Jaipur, it is this attitude that is cultivated.

Anuj Singh, who specialised in Marketing as a part of the 2010-12 batch at Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur, cracked an on-campus placement with the Indian Bank as Assistant Manager, Marketing. He feels that the sustained effort by the faculty and peer group activities wer every effective in Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur.

“Basically, the placement process has three major parts – written tests, group discussions and the panel interview or personal interview. At Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur, we were put through every possible scenario; individual activity programmes, numerous panel and one-on-one interviews, group activities like group discussions and group performances…. the list is endless. The faculty at Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur was fantastic! Not only did they help us work on our weaknesses, but guided us on how we could use our individual strengths and skills to our advantage,” says Anuj Singh, looking back at those times.

Anuj believes that peer-to-peer learning at Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur and debates and discussions over hot coffee at the canteen had a lot to do with his mental preparedness before the interview.

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Industry Interface

“An empowered employee gives his best.”

Mr. Paritosh Vaishnav, Senior Executive (Human Resources) Gravita (India) Ltd., a leader in the lead battery business, delivered a guest lecture on ‘Managing Global Teams’ to second year students of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur on February 3rd, 2012. When asked about getting the best out of an employee he said, “An empowered employee is a responsible employee who gives his best. Rewards are just the consequence.” Since Gravita is an MNC, he spoke about managing teams in Nigeria, South Africa, Europe, and USA, and also discussed cross-cultural issueslike traditions, communication, dress, food, languages, and different greeting styles.

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Jaipuria Jaipur taught me to perform to the best of my abilities and not worry about the results

Amit Mathur works at the Jaipur branch of the Indian Overseas Bank as an Assistant Manager in the Marketing department. The big advantage for him is that he is able to play a central role as a part of the alumni body of Jaipuria Jaipur, something he is happy to do, as he has retained a strong sense of community from Jaipuria Jaipur.

“After passing out of Jaipuria Jaipur in 2011, my first company did not give me the exact profile which had been agreed upon. In my time of despair, faculty members like Professor Bhargava and my colleagues from Jaipuria Jaipur helped me take the decision to resign from that Company and accept the offer from IOB. They reminded me of numerous projects like the NRHM-UNICEF project at Sawai Madhopur, RUIDP project at Jaisalmer, KGK and RSRTC, where I had performed exceptionally; and how I was given a standing ovation from the Director and Board Members of KIIPL (KGK) for my project. Jaipuria Jaipur put me back on my feet.”

Amit feels that learning is a continuous process, and Jaipuria Jaipur has taught him to perform his best and not think of the result. He enjoyed every second that he spent on Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur campus.

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“Jaipuria provides me with an environment to think, to challenge, to digress, to smash and recreate the future.”

A Masters in Applied Psychology, Professor Jain started her career with a marble firm as a corporate relations manager for international clients, but shifted to academics after being selected for the coveted ‘Young Management Scholar’ to IIM Calcutta.

“I love to be part of an environment which allows me to think, to challenge, to digress, to smash and recreate the future.

Jaipuria provides me with a platform to constantly reinvent the wheel.”

Professor Jain plans to start her own venture a couple of years down the line. She believes Jaipuria Jaipur is the right place for her to understand industry dynamics, and the critical role of decision-making, institution building and development.

“Last year, I received a grant from AICTE to set up an Entrepreneurship Development Cell on campus. So this year, my entire focus is on setting up the EDC and creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem in Jaipuria Jaipur, through Prayaas – Centre for Entrepreneurship & Skill Development.”

Apart from being the Chairperson of EDC, she is also the Chairperson of Parivartan – the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility. In 2011, Professor Jain was among the 32 recipients of Goldman Sachs – Tools for Growth – young Mentee Scholar in Mentorship Programme by London Business School and NEN. In fact, one of the woman entrepreneurs she mentored under this programme has been nominated for the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women Entrepreneurs – Skill Development Programme, to be held in London this November.

Professor Sheenu Jain advises her students at Jaipuria Institute of Management to go after their dreams. “Do not postpone your dreams. Set a deadline for them and achieve them; nothing will give you better satisfaction in life than that.”

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National Workshop on “Cloud Computing for Modern Business Management”

This program is intended to help professionals, academicians, researchers and students learn how cloud computing has changed business process management. This program will help to understand the key aspects of cloud computing and its diversified applications in business. All participants will learn how to use cloud computing as IT tool to run and manage business operations effectively. The program will help participants understand how to plan the use of cloud computing in their organizations and learn how to manage cloud computing resources effectively. The program also covers emerging trends in cloud computing to help participants plan better for the future cloud computing needs of their organizations.

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