The Marketing Club
An amalgamation of theory and practice, the perfect blend of rigor and recreation, the Marketing Club at IMI stands for all this and more. It is a student run organization and reaps the benefit of being mentored by the eminent marketing faculty of the institute.
The club inculcates the art and skill of marketing in the students through regular simulations, quizzes and articles. It aims to update the knowledge of students through interaction with other B-school students as well as industry stalwarts in the field of Marketing. We provide platform to the student to interact with senior industry people through BTL series, Annual Marketing summit, Workshops etc. Apart from this we engage through student community outside IMI Delhi through our national level events like Excalibur, Markagon etc.
The Finance club has an objective of providing a constructive platform for helping the budding finance warlocks grow, and apply the theoretical concepts they have learnt in real life. The club’s activities explore the various verticals within Finance including stock markets, investments, equity research, financial policies etc. through competitions, workshops and speaker sessions. Some of the events of Finance club are: Globus Feneratus - an online stock simulation game, Fin Charades, Stock Mind and the Annual Finance Summit as a part of Conventus
The Operations club focuses on raising awareness, interest, and knowledge about Operations Management among students within and beyond the classroom and aids them in obtaining real-time experience of working in an Operations-focused role. This objective is achieved by facilitating contacts with practicing professionals from diverse sectors via organizing guest lectures in the annual management conclave and several other competitions. Some of the events of Operations club are: Ranneeti - a strategy game, Vidhan - a B-plan competition, Ops Quiz and the annual business conclave held during Conventus.
The HR club functions with the sole objective to equip the students with the required industry exposure and the latest industry requirement in terms of skills and expertise in various fields of HR. HR club conducts various events as part of Kritva and a panel discussion as a part of Conventus. Apart from the industry facing events, there are several internal initiatives taken up by the club which respond to the student needs, such as Guest lectures on the latest issues in HR world, regular in-house quizzing and over Coffee interaction between senior and junior batch.
The Economics Club aims to sharpen student’s business and economics acumen. The Club plays a vital role in creating awareness about the recent happenings in the economic world amongst the student community and to create the linkage with the theoretical concepts taught in the class and their implications in the corporate world. This is done by conducting various events like Ecovista, a national level Eco Quiz, Arthneeti, an inter B-School case study competition with live cases from Business Houses and Treasure-o-Mania, an exciting treasure hunt with concepts of economics embedded in it, where future managers from all Top B-schools participate, showcase and enhance their skills. The club issues a weekly ‘Story of the Week’ that helps the students to learn and update themselves about the recent happenings in the world of Economics.
Entrepreneurship Cell aims to cater to the needs of aspiring entrepreneurs as well as to shape the mindset of strategic thinkers. The club is primarily responsible to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship amongst the young entrepreneurs and also to provide experiential learning opportunities for students to bridge the gap between strategic concepts learned in the classroom and the complex challenges faced in today’s business environment. The club provides networking opportunities to students with entrepreneurs, investors as well as strategy leaders in the commercial and academic world. To accomplish the mission the club conducts various events like: E-TNT, Yojana, Launchpad, Business Showcase, Workshops and a panel discussion conducted as a part of Conventus.
Strategy is an integral part of any business and fits with all the functional areas- Finance, Marketing, Operations, HR or IT. The Consulting and Strategy Club of IMI New Delhi acts as a bridge between the industry and the aspiring managers by providing avenues to inculcate apposite skill-sets to understand the domain, solve real time strategic challenges and gain enough exposure before moving onto the Consulting and Strategy macrocosm. These objectives are met through business simulation games, case study competitions and time-to-time interactions with industry veterans. Maestro de Thrones, the flagship event of the club is a national level Strategy game based on Game Theory. Apart from imparting core knowledge, the club cultivates expertise in event management, creativity, marketing of events and team building.
Culture and Event Management Cell as the name suggests is responsible for organizing cultural events and spreading awareness among the students about the beauty in diversity of the Indian culture. It uses performing arts to help students embrace and celebrate the rich dimensions of the diversity on campus. In addition, the club promotes interaction among the students and strives to bring cheerful smiles on their faces. The flagship event of the club is “Kritva”, the Annual Management and Cultural Festival of IMI, which is spread over 3 days. The event witnesses participation from the topmost B-schools around the country as well as corporate brands. Several internal events and parties are organized to keep the spirits in the campus high, like- Freshers, Teacher’s day, Independence Day, Lohri party, Holi, Eid, Farewell, to name just a few. Apart from these events, Hindi classes for International students are conducted by the club in order to equip them with the local language. Culture and Event Management Cell makes sure there is always fun and enthusiasm at the campus.
As the world advances by leaps and bounds with each passing day, one word that has become imperative is ‘sustainability’. As future managers and the harbingers of social awareness, we must take an active interest in preserving what is depleting today. Therein lies the birth and the purpose of existence of Jagriti. To serve the cause of society, Jagriti organizes several events such as Tree Plantation Drive, Blood Donation Camp, Marathon, Blanket Donation Drive to name just a few. At Jagriti, groups of young, self-driven students take it upon themselves to spread awareness across the college and the city. The committee is dedicated to illuminating lives as far as they can.
With the evolution of information technology and analytics, companies have revolutionized the ways in which they deliver their offerings resulting in enhanced productivity and transforming the lives of people and society at large.
The Information Management & Analytics Club of IMI, or IMAC is a student driven body which endeavors to create an interactive learning platform for providing a glimpse into the industry encompassing a multitude of aspects. The club aims to conduct plethora of discussions, b-plan quizzes, case study competitions and workshops around developing IT skill sets to manage data, enterprise systems, data mining and intelligence, data security, big data and analytics to enhance participants’ understanding on various trends in the IT industry and to prepare them for career opportunities in the domain of IT.
Sports Club at IMI conducts various intra-college and inter-college events to keep the environment at the college fun-filled and enthusiastic. The intra-college events include events held to bring together students in a spirit of sportsmanship over matches held between juniors and seniors, students and teachers, current students and Alumni. Some of the famous events of this league are: Volleyball Premier League, Table Tennis Grand Prix Tournament etc. Spardha, the annual Sports festival of IMI, is organized and managed by the Sports Club.
The academic secretaries of each class act as an interface between the faculty and the students ensuring coordination among both. They act as representatives of their class when any issue is raised and are expected to take an impartial and fair decision trying to benefit all stakeholders (students, faculty and academic in-charges). All communication regarding academics including schedule of classes, quizzes and submissions is done by the academic secretaries to their respective classes. They also hold the responsibility of monitoring the conduct of the students and ensuring that decorum of the class is maintained during lectures.