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!
“Jaipuria will equip me skills for the corporate world”, asserts Puja Bajoria
Puja Bajoria holds a distinction in painting – it’s her hobby and a passion. But this girl from Durgapur, West Bengal is Commerce graduate from J D Birla Institute, Kolkata. After graduating, she decided to pursue the PGDM programme at Jaipuria Jaipur on a friend’s recommendation. Her friend was already a student there and was all praises for the faculty and infrastructure.
Puja believes Jaipuria provides a platform for experiential learning to its students through various activities. As she says, “I enjoyed being a part of Pragati (Parivartan, a CSR initiative) in which we provide free of cost education to the underprivileged children of village Dantli. I also enjoyed being a Coordinator for the International Conference for Creating Sustainable Business, which was a great learning experience for me.” She has enjoyed these activities immensely and has even emerged a winner in some of them. “My most memorable day in JIMJ was when I won the 1st prize in The Import, Export And Forex Mechanism quiz and when I topped the class in the 1st semester with a CGPA of 3.67 out of 4.”Read more
Abhishek Soni achieves more than he set out to.
23rd of March 2012 was a special day for Abhishek Soni, Territory Sales Executive with TTK Prestige Ltd., as that is when he got his dream job. It was a tough selection process and just two out of 45 students got through from Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur.
It was his faculty that helped him crack the interview. The teachers at Jaipuria Jaipur identified his marketing skills and honed them for the challenge of working in industry. Now, Soni is a confident and competent professional who has begun to make a mark through his hard work. Soni has already confirmed four out of five franchise stores, a target which he had to achieve by March 2013. Now, he aims to start at least 6 by the end of December 2012. He believes it was all-possible because he implemented the tricks of the trade he had picked up from Jaipuria Jaipur
Soni is responsible for the complete retail management of 12 stores in the Rajasthan region of north India. His job is to explore new markets and find clients for setting up new franchise stores in the region. He is constantly on the lookout for new leads and puts his heart and soul into developing them as clients. Soni also develops negotiating strategies and positions, by studying the integration of a new franchise with company strategies and operations, and by examining risks and potentials.
From formulating online and offline marketing strategy to revenue generation, he has to keep a tab on all elements. Soni then has to visit the stores to check on whether the agreed terms and conditions are being followed.
While Abhishek Soni is passionate about what he does, he cautions that the real world is more chaotic than students believe, as things don’t always go according to plan. He finds that challenging, and that is why he has been able to achieve more than was expected.Read more
“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.Read more
“I owe a lot to professor Vijayvargay and professor garg of Jaipuria Institute of management Jaipur. They prepared me exhaustively for the bank of Baroda interviews.”
Vyom Gupta passed out of Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur in June 2012. Placed on campus at Jaipuria Jaipur with the Bank of Baroda, Vyom is currently placed at Jodhpur (Main Branch).
“The most important and enjoyable part of my job is dealing with NRI customers, and verifying various types of transactions entered by the clerical stafflike passing ofCheques and opening of new accounts. Since I’m one of the young faces in the branch, many of the customers approach me even if the query does not relate to my department. I try my best to get their job done, without stepping on anybody’s toes. This has earned me goodwill with the customers, and appreciation from my superiors.”
Vyom’s teachers at Jaipuria Institute of Management recall him as soft-spoken, yet someone with very high moral values, with the ability to call a spade a spade. In all likelihood, the recruiters found his forthright honesty a desirable trait in a Finance Manager in Bank of Baroda.
“I owe a lot to my Faculty at Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur, especially Professor Lokesh Vijayvargay and Professor S.P.Garg. After failing to clear ITC and Indian Bank, I could’ve easily fallen prey to disappointment, but both of them did not let me give up. They kept me pepped up and prepared me exhaustively for the Bank of Baroda interviews. They kept on harping that the profile offered by Bank of Baroda would be custom-fit for me.”
Vyom Gupta believes that his relationship with Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur has grown stronger after passing out, as he has begun to see the logic in many of its practices. He is confident that once he has learnt the tricks of his trade he will make Jaipuria Institute of Management Jaipur proud.Read more
“One of the best things about teaching in Jaipuria Jaipur is the energy that the aspirational youth bring to the classroom.”
Professor Abhijit Nair has practiced Branding and Business Communications in the corporate world for a good 12 years before choosing to shift to academia. Used to the intense pace of a corporate culture, Professor Nair now dedicates a lot of time to research and reading. It is for this reason that despite having moved into academia less than two years back, his research contributions are numerous. His papers range from hard-core business subjects like ‘Cross Cultural Evaluation of Industrial Relations in India’ to rather sublime communication topics such as ‘Windows of My Soul’. These papers have been published in internationally reputed journals such as the IFMI Business Journal, International PESIT Journal, Lulu Press USA, Continuum-Journal of Media and Cultural Studies (UK), and Art Nexus Columbia.
“One of the best things about teaching in Jaipuria Jaipur is that the exuberance of youth showcases itself in almost every aspect of our lives. Industry was a different ballgame; it was always about getting things done in a particular timeframe in the best possible way and with the least possible resources, used perfectly. It was fast-paced, current and result oriented. The pace reduces quite a bit in academia, while being result oriented.”
Professor Nair is currently researching how a Tea Estate in South India used inclusivity as its vision and communicated this vision down the line to even the lowest rungs of the hierarchy. He is looking at how everybody at this Tea Estate came together to explore the opportunity to create a superb organisation that is profitable as well as socially viable. Professor Nair sums up his time at Jaipuria Institute of Management as “wonderful!”
“I have colleagues who I share things – and have fun at work – with, aspirational students who want to learn and grow, and a management at Jaipuria Jaipur that is building upon years of work to enter new annals of intellectual development and maturity. What else could an academician ask for?”
His message to the students of Jaipuria Jaipur is “Life is Beautiful… Keep it Cool!!”Read more
2011-13 batch of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, lose farewell cricket match in an extremely enjoyable event
Farewell matches are usually sentimental affairs. Not atJaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, though. On Sunday, 24th of February 2013, the passing out batch (2011-13) of Jaipuria Jaipur met the First Year batch (2012-14) in the cricket field, in what is a traditional play-off organised by the Desert Devils Sports Association – the sports club of Jaipuria Jaipur. The sports facilities at the club include Badminton, Table Tennis, a Health Centre, Cricket, Volleyball, Chess, Gymnastics, etc. Here, ofcourse, the matter of the better team was settled on Jaipuria Jaipur’s cricket ground.
At the toss, thecaptains of both teams – Ashish Gupta for 2011-13 and Yusuf Kamal for 2012-14 – had made it amply clear that they were there to win.The seniors, led by Ashish Gupta, won the toss and elected to bat first.
Bowling a fiery spell, Yusuf Kamal settled matters in the second over itself,accounting for 4 wickets. After that, it was an uphill task for the senior batch of Jaipuria Jaipur. To make matters worse, RohanMaheshwari followed in his Captain’s footsteps with a beautiful over that accounted for 2 more wickets. The batting side was equally responsible for its poor performance, since 4 wickets fell to run-outs.
The seniors’ team was unable to play their full quota of 20 overs, winding up with just 60 runs on the scoreboard with 5 overs to spare.
The First Year team of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, made quick work of the modest target. Some lusty hitting by Jai Singh Rathore and vice-captain Shivam Sharma sealed the fate of the match without much ado.Read more