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!
Foundation Day celebrated at Jaipuria Jaipur
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur celebrated the sixth Foundation Day. This special day was remembered with fondness and celebrated with a small function. This year, the celebration was extra special since it was just a day after the first annual Inter-college Sports Meet organised by Jaipuria Jaipur.
The PGDM students presented a skit on the occasion, showcasing the standard of education offered by the institution. There was also a dance performance by the students. The faculty, staff and the students enjoyed both the performances and the feeling of togetherness that the celebration brought.Read more
“Had i not been in Jaipuria Institute of management, Jaipur, I would not have had the opportunity of working with a company of this stature.”
When placements began in November 2011, Dhruv Arora started with a bang, clearing the Group Discussions of six big-shot companies. But when he was unable to crack the interview for any of these companies, Dhruv thought his luck had run out.
“I was very sad and demotivated. I had a talk with Professor Anvay Bhargava regarding this. He listened to me patiently and helped me get my confidence back. This was right before my fateful interview for DLF Pramerica.”
On the 25th of February, Dhruv appeared for an interview with DLF Pramerica. They were looking to recruit for just one position, that of Assistant Sales Manager.
“After the first two stages – Presentation and GD – only 5 candidates were shortlisted for the interview. My interview lasted for around 20 minutes. I was asked to briefly introduce myself, and then was asked a few questions on Marketing and Sales, the Insurance industry and some questions related to defence.”
As the result indicated, Dhruv had done extremely well in the interview. He cracked the placement.
“We had regular GD sessions, mock interviews, and personality development workshops at Jaipuria Jaipur, which helped us a lot during the selection process.”
In the past few months, Dhruv has very quickly grasped the business of Insurance, as well as DLF Pramerica products. He has also shown immense confidence in making presentations to officers of the ranks of Captain, Major and Colonel in the Armed Forces.
“I think, had I not been at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, I would not have had the opportunity of working with a company of this stature.”
Dhruv’s team is regarded as the best in the Jaipur Branch of DLF Pramerica. In fact, he has been achieving 150% of his monthly target for the past couple of months.Read more
3rd HR Conclave at Jaipuria Jaipur
On 15th December 2012, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur organised the 3rd HR Conclave on its campus. The conclave was envisaged to not only help the PGDM HR students understand the trends and nuances of the HR industry, but also for all management students to get insights into skill building and recruitment. Several industry stalwarts attended the conclave and shared their experiences with the students.
The inaugural panel discussion had Mr. Umesh Upadhyay(Infosys BPO), Mrs. Aditi Gupta(HR Manager, Rajasthan, Bosch Ltd.)and Mr Sanjay Satkalmi (Manager, Talent Acquisition, Future Group). They all emphasised the importance of skill development in different sectors. Mrs. Aditi Gupta also went into some detail about the selection criteria and the selection process at Bosch Ltd.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
“I teach students at Jaipuria Jaipur from the point of view of their employability and career growth in the corporate world.”
In his 35 years of corporate experience, Professor S.P. Garg has had some spectacular assignments, such as holding the post of AGM, New York office and Chief Executive of the Fiji territory at the Bank of Baroda. His various instructional assignments – including that of the Principal of Bank of Baroda Staff College for Regional Rural Banks, in Lucknow, from 1982 to 1985 – stoked in him a passion for teaching; and after superannuation in 2009, he joined Jaipuria Jaipur as full-time faculty.
“I teach students from the point of view of their employability and career growth in the corporate world, providing them skills to handle real-life situations. This kind of teaching requires a lot of creativity and enthusiasm.”
Professor Garg follows intense case-study methods to teach subjects like Banking, Strategy Management, International Business and Corporate Governance at Jaipuria Jaipur.
A Certified Associate of Indian Institute of Bankers (CAIIB), Professor Garg is a post-graduate in Agricultural Sciences, and has a Certificate in Agri-Business Management from IIM Ahmedabad. He is the Chairperson, MDP, Training and Consultancy Centre (Executive Education) and Chairperson of the Disciplinary Committee at Jaipuria Jaipur.
A nature lover, Professor Garg uses his spare time reading success stories of the turnaround of organisations and leaders.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