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!
Influenced and inspired by people!
Himani Wadhwa is a prolific writer. She hails from Jaipur and did her graduation in Business Management from International College for Girls (ICG), Jaipur. Himani believes she has always been an HR person. She is influenced and inspired by people around her, she connects well and has over the years, developed a keen understanding of human behavior and psychology. In fact, this is where her stories and poetry originate from.
After her graduation, Himani joined PGDM at Jaipuria Jaipur. She is doing her final year and acquired the opportunity to intern with Hotel Clarks Amer, Jaipur, a five star hotel in Rajasthan. Her role was to assist her mentor in organizing Training & Development programs, analyzing group dynamics and maintaining relations.
Her future plans are to join advertising and media industry. She attributes her learning and success so far to her family and to Jaipuria faculty who supported her through the internship.Read more
From Jodhpur to Jaipur and now all set for hitting the ground running, Nikita Thomas bags the placement of her choice
Nikita Thomas, a spritely young girl from Jodhpur comes to Jaipuria, Jaipur to pursue her management dreams. She’s specializing in Human Resources and Marketing, and believes her stint at the B School has helped her overall personality. And it was that confidence and outgoing nature that made her standout in placement interviews for Mancer Consulting Services Pvt. Ltd. So it wasn’t a surprise that she got hired as a Management Trainee with the reputed company, which she believes will be a major stepping stone for her career.Read more
Student Deepak Meedha of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur is an entrepreneur by heart and is all set to get his dreams realised
Deepak Meedha, a current PGDM student of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur aspires to have his own event management company someday ‒ that is the motivation that pushes him to make the most out of his education and internship. Born and raised in Rajasthan, he opted for an MBA at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur, hoping to turn his dreams into reality. He has made steady progress so far, with the latest achievement being a Summer Internship Project with Pearson that includes a handsome stipend per month along with a work profile he wanted to. Obviously, Deepak is very excited about this opportunity: “I am looking forward to my SIP with Pearson that I have bagged after a stringent selection process. I believe self confidence, work experience and quick response helped me get this SIP. Of course, we are made to learn all these right from first day inside the classroom at Jaipuria. Every assignment subtly underlines the necessity of integrating confidence and spontaneity.” He further adds- “That this is a paid experience adds to its already huge value in my perspective! I am going to share my first pay with my family and am waiting to get started”.Read more
“Where other b-schools would’ve thought ‘we’ve placed this student; our responsibility is over’, Jaipuria Jaipur was actively concerned that i get the profile that i had initially targetted.”
Anil Hotchandani is just one of the numerous examples of the concern that Jaipuria Institute of Management has for the career of its alumni, even after they have passed out of the institute. Anil, who had been placed with Deutsche Bank through an on-campus placement, completed his PGDM from Jaipuria Jaipur on the 27th of March 2010. He joined the Deutsche Bank KPO in Jaipur two days later.Read more
In my practice, i handle different situations that businesses face on a daily basis. I’m happy that this knowledge is of great value to young, enthusiastic students of jaipuria, Prashant Sipani, Practicing CA
Mr. Prashant Sipani is a professional CA with his own thriving practice for the last 13 years. Mr. Sipani handles situations related to Accounting, Legal matters, Taxation and Project Financing for his clients. An ACA, FCS and MBA in Finance, Mr. Sipani is one of the most prominent visiting faculty members for Finance and Accountancy at Jaipuria, Jaipur. Interestingly, Mr. Sipani has been teaching as visiting/ guest faculty in numerous universities and colleges for almost as long as he has been practicing.Read more
67th Independence Day Celebrations at Jaipuria, Jaipur
Not just speeches but getting inspired from people who are making a difference
15thAugust, 1947 marked the beginning of a new era, the age of independence, and this month we celebrated our 67th year of freedom from foreign rule. As our Director, Dr. Prabhat Pankaj said, today’s youth are on the verge of forgetting the true meaning of struggle, which brought us our democracy. He gave us a quick look back at the many battles fought in those days of savage colonisation.
Standing in the audience, I learned at an emotional and intellectual level about the cost paid for being an independent citizen. All of us stood with renewed zeal and vigour when the tricolour was hoisted a short while later. At the start of the Independence Day celebrations, we entered the auditorium expecting philosophy slew of tediously long speeches but to our surprise, there was something new in store. We were introduced to a new world of caring through an NGO called CRY-Child Rights and You. We had the chance to interact with Ms.Bharti, a corporate lawyer by profession and a very involved volunteer with CRY. Based in Jaipur at present, she is devoting her time to advocating for the Right to Education for all children. She talked to us about the altruism of the founders, who heard the cry of children in need and worked to protect their basic human rights. Her dedication to the cause was clearly visible during her speech, as she encouraged us to stand up and work towards a better future of our motherland. She asked to recognise the dire need that many of our brothers and sisters were in.
After this moving and impactful session, our student performers enthralled the audience with the sheer beauty of their performance. The dance acts and desh bhakti songs sung with great passion created a new aura of patriotism in the auditorium. There was a mime act, which gave a silent portrayal of the true meaning of freedom. The programme ended with our silent prayers and humble words of thanks for all the courageous souls who gave their lives for the freedom we celebrate today.
Happy Independence Day to all.
Prerana Jhawar and Priyamvada Shanker
PGDM – 2013-15