Online Admissions for Post Graduate Programs in Management (2017-2019).




Fellow Program in Management (FPM),
International Management Institute (IMI),
New Delhi


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FPM Brochure 2016



  • Director-General’s Message
  • Chairperson, FPM Message
  • About IMI
  • Fellow Programme in Management– An Overview
    • Objectives
    • Areas of Specialization
    • Eligibility
    • Admissions and Financial Aid
    • Curriculum
    • Duration
    • Fees
    • Exemption
  • Faculty
  • Infrastructure
  • Contact Us


Director General’s Message

International Management Institute, New Delhi (IMI) has attained its current status through its academic pursuits over 34 long years and creation of world-class infrastructure with modern smart class theaters, meeting rooms and conference rooms and very rich learning resources in its library. IMI Delhi has a large pool of highly qualified inter-disciplinary faculty with rich experience of both academics as well as the corporate world. The alumni of IMI Delhi have earned great laurels through their contributions to the corporate sector and have in turn contributed greatly to the prestige of their alma mater.

The Fellow Programme in Management at IMI Delhi focusses on academic rigour and aims at promoting a doctoral research programme that would 

become a trendsetter for corporates & academic organizations. Currently, FPM scholars at IMI represent an interesting blend consisting of pure academic fellow candidates and senior professionals from industry, who are seeking insights into management theory & practice by pursuing a well-structured systematic research programme.

As the Director General of IMI, I welcome you to join us and participate in this potentially rich learning experience that would transform you into a well-equipped professional and open avenues for you in academics, consulting  or leadership role in the corporate sector.

Bakul Dholakia

Message from the Chairperson (FPM and Research)

The Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) is a full-time residential doctoral level programme of the International Management institute, New Delhi. The programme is approved by AICTE. The objectives of the programme is to prepare candidates for academic careers in teaching and research as well as consultancy in disciplines underlying business management. The program differs from a typical Ph.D. of a university in the sense that the candidates goes through a rigorous coursework in all functional areas of management in the first two years of the programme. In addition to the first year courses of full-time PGDM programme, the candidates are supposed to undertake eight advanced level doctoral courses including two courses in research methodology in the second year thereby getting a wider exposure as compared to a typical Ph.D. programme of a university. All the Indian candidates admitted to the programme are exempted from tution fee and get free text books and reading material. Besides, they also get a stipdend of Rs. 25000 per month for the first two years which is increased to Rs. 30000 for the next two years. In the third and fourth year, an annual contigency grant of Rs. 30000 is also awarded to the students.

I invite you to visit our website for more details on the programme.


Chairperson (FPM and Research)

 About IMI

International Management Institute (IMI), India’s first corporate sponsored business school was established in 1981, as an autonomous non-profit educational society in collaboration with International Management Institute, Geneva now IMD Lausane. In 2010 IMI opened its second Campus in Bhubaneswar in the temple city of Orissa, and the third campus in Kolkata, both of which were activated in August 2010.

In its quest to achieve excellence, IMI is one amongst the seven Business Schools in South Asia to receive the SAQS accreditation in 2009.

IMI Delhi has very recently received the prestigious accreditation of the Association of MBAs (AMBA). IMI Delhi thus becomes only the fifth management institute in the country to receive this accreditation and joins the league of prestigious International Business schools. AMBA is a UK based international accreditation authority and its accreditation is considered as the gold standard for all MBA, DBA and MBM programs internationally and is the hallmark of excellence in management education.

Afiliations & linkages

With a view to continually benefit from professional interactions with some of the well known Business Schools, IMI has consciously fostered academic linkages covering exchange, of faculty, curriculum development, institution building, and joint research and training. It has been fortunate to have had collaborations with International Institute for Management Development (IMD) Lausanne, Switzerland; Faculty of Management, McGil University, Montreal, Canada; and Manchester Business School, U.K. In addition IMI has very active Student Exchange Programs with various B Schools in Europe, North America, Australia & Asia.

Education Programs

IMI offers the below Post-graduate programs and one Doctoral program in its Delhi Campus. All programs are approved by AICTE.

Programs offered by Delhi Campus:

a) Two year full-time Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM).

b) Two year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM).

c) Two year full – time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (Banking and Financial Services) PGDM (B&FS)

d) Fifteen months full-time Executive Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (EX-PGDM)

f) Fellow Program in Management (FPM).



Objectives of FPM

The Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) is the doctoral program of the International Management Institute (IMI). The primary focus of the programme is to prepare candidates for academic careers in teaching and research as well as consultancy in disciplines underlying business management. The programme includes intensive formal courses, individually pursued self study courses on special topics and at the core lies the research programme. The FPM students are expected to work closely in their areas of interest with the faculty members of IMI to further the existing theory and practice in the field of business management.

Areas of Specialization

FPM students can speacilize in one of the following areas:

1)      Economics

2)      Finance and Accounting

3)      Marketing

4)      Organisational Behaviour/Human Resource Management

5)      Operations Management and Quantitative Methods

6)      Strategy



The candidates for the programme must have one of the following qualifications obtained from any of the universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India, or other educational institutions established by an act of parliament or declared to be deemed as a university under section 3 of UGC Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of HRD, Government of India, or an equivalent qualification from an institution approved by AICTE. The degrees of candidates from foreign universities must be recognized by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). Similarly, the PGDM of Indian Institutions must be recognized as equivalent to MBA by AIU or approved by AICTE.

A Masters’ degree or its equivalent in any discipline with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks


A Bachelors Degree in Engineering with a minimum of 60% marks or equivalent grade point average plus minimum of one year’s work experience.


Any professional qualifications such as CA, CMA and CS with a minimum of 55% aggregate marks. CA/CMA/CS must also possess a graduation degree from a university recognized by AIU.

In addition, all the candidates must have secured a minimum of 55 % marks in all of their public examinations starting with the secondary level. Work experience in industry or academics will be given due credit in the selection process.


Candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria are required to take Common Admission Test (CAT) held by the IIMs. Scores of CAT/GMAT taken on or after 01 January, 2012 will be considered valid for admission to the session of 2016. Alternatively, the candidates could appear in the test conducted by IMI for the programme. The recently qualified JRF/SRF candidates can also apply in the relevant areas of specialization but they would need to appear in the test conducted by IMI. Please note that all Indian candidates who do not have a CAT score will have to appear for either GMAT or IMI internal test (which will be held only at IMI, Delhi). NRIs and foreign candidates will also need to appear in the CAT/GMAT/or IMI internal test.

Based on the scores obtained in CAT/GMAT or IMI internal test, evaluation of past academic performance  and  relevant  work  experience,  candidates  will  be  called for  an  interview  for  final selection.

How to apply

Applicants can fill the online admission form and make online payment of Rs. 1000/- at the admission portal

Fee and Financial Aid

All selected Indian students will be considered for the award of the IMI fellowship. In addition to this, all selected Indian students are exempted from tuition fees. They will also get free books and course material for the first two years. The fellowship provides a monthly fellowship of Rs.25,000/- during the first two years and Rs. 30,000/- during third year and the fourth year respectively. The Fellowship amount is paid at the end of successful completion of each term for the first two years. The maximum duration of the programme for availing fellowship is four years. The IMI fellowship holders are also eligible to get liberal grant for buying book/hardware/software etc. (Contingency grant-maximum Rs. 30,000 per annum (for third year and fourth year) on production of receipts). Please note, all
payment (contingency grant) requests are to be recommended by the concerned supervisor and approved by Dean (FPM & Research). The Dean (FPM & Research) should approve all payment requests during the period of course work. The students are also encouraged to present research papers in national and international conferences. However, IMI grant will be limited upto a maximum of two national conferences and one international conference provided they have cleared their comprehensive examination. Financial support up to a maximum of Rs. 1.5 lakh would be available for this purpose.

NRI and foreign candidates are not eligible for fellowship and would be required to pay Rs. 3.56 lakh per year for the first two years (2015-16) and (2016-17) which includes tuition fee, text books/reading material, student welfare and library fee. No fee would be charged after successful completion of the first two years. However, they will be eligible to avail IMI grant for attending conferences subject to the same rules as other FPM students.

For JRF/SRF, no fees would be charged and also books/course material required for the course work would be made available free of charge. In addition, if the contingency grant is not available to the JRF/SRF, they may avail the same from IMI. They are entitled to avail IMI grant for presenting papers at conferences subject to the same rules as for students with IMI Fellowship.

A lifetime non-refundable Alumni fee of Rs. 12000 and a refundable security deposit of Rs. 75000 is charged from every candidate at the time of admission. The security deposit of Rs.75000 is refunded only after completion of the programme. The security amount will be forfeited if a candidate fails to complete the programme.

Hostel Fee and Mess Charges *

FPM being a full-time residential program, students are required to stay at campus during the duration of the course. The FPM and Research Committee could consider exemption from this requirement in special cases.

Mess charges are payable monthly in advance each month

Academic Year

Amount (in Rupees)


Hostel: Rs. 92,000/- for NON-AC room and 1,10,000/- for AC Room per academic year (June to March) on Double Occupancy basis.

Mess charges*: Vegetarian/ Non-Vegetarian :

Will be on actual basis. Tentative expense will be around Rs.4500/- p.m.


Curriculum & Evaluation

First Year woud be pursued together with other PGDM students, covering all the basic courses in management. For promotion to second year student must have a minimum average grade of C+ (C plus).  However, in the area of specialization, overall minimum grade of be B- (B minus) would have to be obtained.

In 2nd Year the students would pursue courses related to their area of specialization. This would include 4 FPM area core courses, 2 electives (FPM courses) from either chosen area or from other areas, 2 courses on Research Methodology, 1 course on Pedagogy and Teaching in Management, 1 PGDM compulsory course on Strategy and 2 other PGDM elective courses. The PGDM elective courses should not be the ones offered as advanced level FPM courses.

On successful completion of second year students would need to undergo a Comprehensive Examination administered by the respective areas. The structure of the comprehensive exam is to be decided by the respective areas.

On the sucessful completion of comprehensive examination, the candidate is required to form a Thesis Advisory Committee (TAC) for guidance towards the final thesis. Under the guidance of TAC, the student would be required to develop a research proposal and defend it in an open forum comprising faculty and other doctoral students. Thereafter, on completion of research aims and objectives, the candidate would inform the Dean (FPM & Research) of the same. Dean (FPM & Research) in consultation with TAC would recommend a Thesis Evaluation Committee (TEC) for the evaluation of the research work. The candidate would then be required to present a public seminar on research findings. The candidate is then evaluated by the TEC in an oral defense. After successfully defending the final thesis candidate is awarded the title of “Fellow of the International Management Institute, New Delhi”. (For details, please refer to Handbook of Information for FPM students.)

Students are expected to complete the programme within four years. However, under special circumstances extension of one more year may be granted without any financial aid. 

Exemption from first year courses may be given to candidates who have completed PGDM/MBA from an institute appearing in the top 15 institutes as per the ratings of credible agencies such as Outlook, Business Today, and Business World for at least once in the last three years. Additionally, any IIM which has produced at least 10 batches of PGDM students are also eligible for such exemption. Moreover, PGDM/MBA should not have been completed more than 5 years ago  from the date the candidate is seeking admission to FPM.

Candidates having specialized degree such as PGDM (HR), PGDM (Banking & Insurance), PGDM (Retail) or PGDM (Marketing) may be considered for exemption from specific courses based on the recommendation by the concerned area.


Acharya, Manaswini

Ph.D. (Utkal University)

Professor & Chairperson (Branding & Media Relations)

Area : Marketing & Communication

Agarwal, G.K.

M.S.(Industrial & Management Engineering), M.S.U., USA, B.Tech.(IIT Kanpur)


Area :  Strategy and General Management

Agrawal, Soni

Ph.D. (IIT – Kharagpur)

 Assistant Professor

Area :  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Anantaram, Rajeev (on sabbatical leave)

Ph.D. (University of Pittsburgh)


Area :  Economics

Arora, R K

Ph.D. (IIT Delhi), FICWA, FCS, MBA


Area :  Finance

Awasthy, Richa

Ph.D. (Jamia Hamdard University)

Assistant Professor

Area :  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Banik, Arindam (on sabbatical leave)

Ph.D. (Delhi School of Economics)
Distinguished Professor

Area : Economics

Batra, D.K.

Ph.D. & MBA (FMS, Delhi University)


Area:  Marketing

Behl, Ramesh (on sabbatical leave)

M.Sc. (Kanpur University)
Area : Information Systems

Bhandarker, Asha

Ph.D. (Osmania Univ.)

Distinguished Professor & Dean (I & R)

Area:  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Bhaumik, Pradip K

Fellow in Management (IIM-A) B.Tech. (IIT Delhi) Distinguished Professor

Area :  Quantitative Techniques & Operations Mngt.


Bhimaraya, Metri

Ph.D. (IIT Mumbai)

Professor & Dean (Academic)

Area :  Operations Management

Chandra, V

Ph.D. ( Jamia Milia Islamia)


Area : Communications, Human Resource & Organizational


Chaklader, Barnali

  1. D. (Bundelkhand Univ), FCMA, MBA, M.Com (DU)

Associate Professor & Chairperson, (FPM & Research)

Area :  Finance

Chaturvedi, Arvind

Ph.D. (IIT Delhi), M.Sc Stat (IIT Kanpur), M.A. (Eco)


Area :  Quantitative Techniques & Operations Management


Chawla, Deepak

Fellow in Management (IIM-A), M.Stat. (ISI)

Distinguished Professor 

Area :  Quantitative Techniques & Operations

Management, Marketing

Das, Himadri (on sabbatical leave)

Ph.D. (University of Virginia, USA), M.B.A.(IIT Delhi), M.S. (University of Virginia, USA) , B.Tech. (IIT Delhi)
Area : Finance

 Dasgupta, Pinaki

Ph.D. Banaras Hindu University


Area:  Marketing

Deb, K Arnab

Ph.D. in Economics from University of Connecticut, Storrs


Assistant Professor

Area : Economics

Dhamija, Sanjay

M.Com. (Delhi School of Economics), FCMA, FCS, L.L. B (Delhi University), CFA (ICFAI)


Area :  Finance

Dholakia, Bakul

Ph.D. (M S University, Baroda)


Director General

Area : Economics & Strategy

Goyal, Sonu

Ph.D. (FMS, Delhi University)


Area :  Strategy and General Management

Gupta, Prashant

Ph. D., M. Phil, LLB, MMS (DAVV, Indore)


Associate Professor

Area :  Finance

Jain, Nalin

M. B. A. (FMS, Delhi University), B. Tech.(IIT BHU), Pursuing Ph.D. (IIT Delhi)

Associate Professor

Area :  Marketing

Joshi, Himanshu

Submitted Ph.D. (AMU), PGDM (IMI), B.E. (Bangalore University)

Assistant Professor

Area :  Information Systems

Kalla, Supriya

Fellow in Management (MDI)

Assistant Professor

Area :  Marketing

Kanjilal, Kakali

Ph.D. (IGIDR- Mumbai), M.Sc

Associate Professor

Area :  Quantitative Techniques & Operation Mngt.

Kapoor, G.K

Ph.D. (Delhi University), M.Com


Area :  Strategy and General Management

Kathuria, Rajat (on sabbatical leave)

Ph.D. (University of Maryland)
Area : Economics

Khanna, Ashutosh

Ph.D. & MSc,(London School of Economics and Political

Science, U.K)

Associate Professor

Area :  Strategy and General Management

Khurana, Dinesh

Ph.D. University of Delhi



Area:  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Lal, Prerna

MBA (IIT Roorkee) BE (Computer Technology)


Area :  Information Systems

Mehta, Chhavi

Ph.D. IIT Delhi

Assistant Professor

Area: Finance


Mohapatra, Mamta

Ph.D. (Utkal University)


Area :  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Nigam, Shailendra

Ph.D. (Agra University), MBA, L.L.B


Area : Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour


Nirjar, Abhishek

Ph.D.(Strategy and Innovation Management) Sheffield University, UK MBA, Lucknow University

Professor and Dean (Executive Education & International Relations)

Area: Strategy and General Management

Ojha, R.P.

B.Sc. (Honours), Patna Science College, Patna

Post Graduate Honours Diploma, XLRI, Jamshedpur


Area :  Organization Behaviour and Human Resources

Ojha P. Vijay
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Delhi
Area: Economics 


Rath, Arun Kumar

Ph.D. (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology) Professor

Area :  Strategy and General Management

Rizvi  Irfan A. (On sabbatical leave)

Ph.D. (University of Delhi) PGDPM (FMS), MSc (BHU) Professor

Area :  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Seth, Vijay K

Ph.D. Delhi School of Economics


Area:  Strategy and General Management

Shankar, Gauri

Ph.D. Delhi School of Economics


Area:  Finance

Singh, Alok

FPM, IIM Indore

Assistant Professor

Area:  Quantitative Techniques & Operation Management

Sondhi, Neena

Ph.D. (University of Delhi)


Area :  Marketing

Srivastava, Bhupen

Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University)


Area :  Human Resource & Organizational Behaviour

Srivastava, Aman

Ph.D. (Jamia Milia Islamia)

  Associate Professor

Area :  Finance

Tandon, Deepak

Ph.D. Finance (International University of Contemporary

Studies, Washington D.C., U.S.)


Area :  Finance

Vardhan, Harsh

Ph.D. Finance (FMS, Delhi University)


Associate Professor

Area :  Finance

Varma, Siddharth

Ph.D. (IIT Delhi), M. Tech (IIT Delhi), MBA (AIT, Bangkok), B.E. (IIT Roorkee)


Area :  Quantitative Techniques & Operations Mngt.




The campus infrastructure includes academic block, faculty block, student hostels, library, computer center and amphitheater.

Student Hostels

The modern aesthetically designed residence at IMI forms an integral part of the academic and social life. Besides promoting group study and learning outside the classroom, the residential accommodation also enables participants to optimally utilise IMI resources like the library and computing facilities with internet and intranet available in all the hostel rooms.

The residence provides students with excellent mess facilities, well-furnished rooms and recreational facilities including a modern air-conditioned gymnasium.

The Williamson Magor Library and Information Service (WML)

WML library offers access to a wide range of both printed and electronic sources with an increasing emphasis being placed upon electronic delivery of information to users. The WML aims to support the diverse information needs of all our Students, Faculty, Researchers, and staff through the provision of high quality Information resources and services. The library is fully automated. The WML has a stock of about 22150 books covering not only all aspects of business and management, but also related areas such as economics, accounting , finance, the behavioral sciences and information technology. Moreover, there is a substantial collection of reference books.

The 5256 periodical titles subscribed [online + hardcopy versions] by the WML are vital sources for academic research and up-to-date business information. Most Journals are available electronically through the Business Source Complete [EBSCO], SAGE, ScienceDirect, JSTOR and Emerald databases. The hard copies of Journals are available and are arranged alphabetically by title.  Besides, IMI library is also having a good collection of digital video resources such as BBC Worldwide Training programs etc. A number of daily and weekly newspapers from different parts of India and abroad are also available.  Its publication ‘Contents Pages in Management’ enables users to scan rapidly the contents of the major journals received every week, which is circulated on the intranet. “Top News of the Day” and “Recent Arrivals” are some of the other useful services rendered by the library.

A Library Committee, headed by a senior faculty member, provide guidance to the library to undertake the activities of this vital resource and constantly engages with other stake holders in keeping the domain contemporary . The emphasis being more on quality of service than merely quantity.

Electronic Resources

An extensive collection of Electronic Resources is available, both on and off-Campus, including E-Journals, articles, company data, industry reports, and country information:

Business Source Complete (EBSCO),is world’s definitive scholarly business database, providing the leading collection of bibliographic and full text content. As part of the comprehensive coverage offered by this database, indexing and abstracts for the most important scholarly business Journals back as far as 1886 are included. [contains more than 3300 full text Journals]

Emerald Management XTRA: Emerald Management Xtra is the largest, most comprehensive collection of peer reviewed management journals, also  backed by a management-specific abstracting service of world’s top 300 journals [contains 170 full text Management Journals].

J-Gate Social Management Sciences (JSMS): JSMS is an Internet gateway and subset of J-Gate, set up by Informatics (India) Limited. It offers bibliographic information services to scholarly and technical electronic journal literature. JSMS is e-Journal portal for 6736+academic, research and industry journals.

JSTOR: JSTOR is a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals, books and primary sources. It helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform. JSTOR archives collections are multi-disciplinary and discipline-specific collection that include complete runs of journals. These collections span across more than 50 disciplines of academic content.

SAGE Journals Online: Sage Management and Organisation Studies is a comprehensive online package offering electronic access to 60 peer-reviewed Management journals published by SAGE and participating societies. This online database includes 22000+ full text articles and up to 10 years of backfile access. More than 36% of the journals included in this collection are ISI Ranked Journals.

ScienceDirect: Elsevier’s extensive and unique full-text collection covers authoritative titles from the core Business and Management literature including high impact factor titles. It Includes electronic access to full text of 72 peer-reviewed Journals published by Elsevier.

Business Beacon [CMIE]: Business Beacon is an exhaustive database of about nine thousand macro-economic time-series, relating to the Indian Economy. The Business Beacon focuses on providing long-time series data on all the indicators of the Indian economy, including series connected with interest rates, currencies, stock market, etc. The time-series include all the major frequencies, such as annual, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily.

CapEx: CpEx database provides information and insights on the new capacities coming up in India in the near or medium-term future. The database tracks the status of each of the major investment projects. These include manufacturing, power, infrastructure and projects in the services industries. This database can be used to decipher the trends in current investments, by State, by industries, by status, by ownership, etc. is a cluster of 51 sites including India-specific, sector specific and State specific sites rendering its dedicated services to the research fraternity from academic, professional and corporate world with  authentic and comprehensive compilation of secondary level socio-economic statistical data about India and its states on more than 35 variables. It covers wide range of information on the subject like Science , Technology, Agriculture, Industry, Statistics (Socio-Economic data) etc

India Trades: A detailed database of India’s exports and imports by commodity and destination is made accessible through this database. The database has been developed in collaboration with the Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence & Statistics, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry.

Industry Analysis Service [CMIE] : The Industry Analysis Service is a powerful combination that brings together the advantages of a database service and analysis on around 65 industries. It helps users remain fully abreast of the trends in individual industries. The service covers around hundred industries. The database is available in the form of long time-series.

Prowess [CMIE]: It contains a highly normalized database build on a sound understanding of disclosures in India on about 25,000 companies. Prowess provides detailed information culled from the Annual Reports, stock exchanges and other sources. The Annual Report information is normalized to ensure inter-company and inter-year comparability. It provides time-series data beginning 1989-90. The database is updated on a continuous basis

The Tata Chemicals Computer Centre

IMI has a state of the art computing facility for the students on campus. The Tata Chemicals Computer Centre has Five servers (IBM, HP) with Windows 2008, Windows 2003, and Linux as the operating environments. The campus has a network of more than 400 plus computers, which is Wi-Fi enabled to ensure mobile computing at all locations including hostel rooms, amphitheatre and canteen. The campus has a 100 mbps, 24-hour high-speed internet connectivity.

IMI Campus has two exclusive high-tech computer labs. These computer labs are equipped with more than 100 (HP) computers having latest chip-set with TFT monitors for on-line classes and practice sessions. Two high-speed laser printers and one A-3 Color DeskJet printer are available for printing jobs. The software library includes the latest software like, Windows Vista/XP Professional, Microsoft Exchange 2007, Windows 2000 Professional, Microsoft Office 2010, Office 2007, Visual Studio 2000, QSB, CMMS, QSOM, E-views 8, MS Project 2010, SPSS 20.0, SAS, MSDN Academic License, Quick Heal End Point SecutiryServer Client Editions, SAP, MS Back-office 2000, ORACLE 8i (ENTERPRISE), Internet Developer Suite with ATS, Visual Age for Java Enterprise, Web-sphere Studio Advance Edition, Macromedia Director, Corel Draw, Photoshop, Rational Suite, Mathematical 4.2 Software.

Online assessment software is installed on the network for grading, online feedback, online quiz, and online attendance. The students, staff and faculty have been provided with Login to access the software anywhere in the campus to view student performance.

Each faculty member is provided with Sony Vaio laptops for mobile computing and a LaserJet printer. All research associates, secretaries, library, accounts and administration staff is provided with an Intel Pentium based personal computer.

IMI has a Web interface, which is accessible at and an Intranet for all internal users.



Barnali Chaklader

Chairperson (FPM and Research)
International Management Institute
B-10, Qutab Institutional Area
New Delhi 110 016
Tel.011 47194161
Fax:011 26867539