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  • 1. STUDENT HANDBOOK PGDM 2013-15
  • 2. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT JAIPURIA GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS ABOUT JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, INDORE ACADEMIC CALENDAR PGDM PROGRAMME CURRICULUM EXPECTATIONS FROM THE STUDENT EXPECTATIONS FROM THE STUDY GROUP ATTENDANCE RULES ASSESSMENT RULES ACADEMIC INTEGRITY FINALIZATION OF GRADES STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT STUDENT COMMITTEES SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR TEACHING LEARNING WOMEN AFFAIRS AND PROTECTION AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT DISCIPLINE TUITION FEE RULES LIBRARY RULES COMPUTER CENTRE RULES HOSTEL RULES SOCIAL NETWORKING ETIQUETTES PLACEMENT POLICY AND RULES IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS ABOUT INDORE SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION AND PROGRAMME CURRICULA SECTION II: TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS SECTION III: ACADEMIC RULES & REGULATIONS SECTION IV: STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT SECTION V: GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS 1 2 4 6 6 15 16 18 19 21 22 24 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 41
  • 3. Jaipuria’s journey in education is not about the excellence led us to set up the first Jaipuria number of years past but the insight inherited Institute of Management in Lucknow in 1995. enroute. The Jaipuria legacy of education began in Today the institute is one of the largest groups in 1945 with the establishment of the Jaipuria northern and central India to offer AICTE approved College in Kolkata. Today, 68 years after its PGDM programmes at four world class campuses inception, the House of Jaipuria has been in Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur and Indore. delivering superior quality education consistently. It is but a testament of Jaipuria’s commitment to It is this unique heritage spanning 7 decades and provide transformational education and the 4 generations that sets us apart from other quality that it assures year after year, that the educational institutes. National Assessment and Accreditation Council The Jaipuria ethos is focused on creating and (NAAC) has accredited Jaipuria Lucknow and nurturing the next generation of thought leaders. Noida with the prestigious “A” rating. This ongoing quest for ensuring academic ABOUT JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 1
  • 4. The ambiance of the campus inspires and facilitates social andA NEW PERSPECTIVE IN MANAGEMENT - HERE academic interactions among the students, and with faculty ASPIRANTS ARE THOSE WHO POSSESS CERTAIN members. The campus has an academic block with a covered area ‘X’ FACTOR AND WOULD ASSUME THE ROLE OF of 60000 sq.ft, a separate hostel complex with accommodation for more than 250 students, a separate auditorium and largeLEADER FROM DAY ONE. landscaped open area. Spread over an area of 10 acres the academic and fully open The current hostel building has a fully furnished residential facilityspaces far from any pollution and noise in an environment ideal for with common rooms, fully equipped gym and warden residence.learning. Jaipuria Indore campus is an architectural beauty with It has separate hostels for boys and girls with excellent amenities,state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities situated in the mess and recreation facilities along with round the clock security.picturesque and natural surroundings at the outskirts of Indore. The campus is located at the Agra-Bombay Road approximately 16 The open spaces have been developed not only as areas for KM north of Indore towards Dewas. interaction and discussion but also for extra-curricular activities such as sports and dramatics, with courts for volleyball andReciprocating the institutional development mission of Jaipuria basketball. The campus provides a serene environment to relaxgroup ‘to continuously upgrade and upscale the quality of our and unwind. Spacious and airy halls, lawns and greenery provideeducational endeavors, Jaipuria Indore is not just a response to students with adequate comfort to relax and interact.the growing demands of students seeking admission in Jaipuria but brings contemporary perspective to management education. New technological and infrastructural resources well led by an efficient academic and administrative team with a global and futuristic perspective are the unique features of Jaipuria Indore. ABOUT JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, INDORE 2
  • 5. VISION To promote human Well-being through effective management education. MISSION To continuously upgrade and upscale the quality and spread of our educational endeavour. 3
  • 6. ACADEMIC CALENDAR Sr. No. Date PGDM - 2013-15 Batch 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. July 1, 2013 July 1 – 13, 2013 July 6, 2013 July 8 – 13, 2013 July 15, 2013 July 20, 2013 August 10-11, 2013 August 16-20, 2013 August 30-31, 2013 September 2-6, 2013 September 5, 2013 September 14, 2013 September 21, 2013 September 28, 2013 Sep. 30-Oct. 5, 2013 October 7, 2013 October 15-20, 2013 October 21-25, 2013 October 26, 2013 November 11, 2013 November 16, 2013 – -- Registration Induction cum Orientation Commencement of Classes Term-IV Thomas Profiling Tests for students + Disha + start of Mentorship Program Eagles Cocoon Leadership Program Mid Term Examination Term-IV - Sports Week Teachers Day Celebration Placement orientation + campus to corporate workshops Finance Conclave Last teaching day of Term-IV End-Term-Examination, Term-IV Commencement of Classes of Term-V Art of living / Yes+ course Transition Training for final year students: campus to Corporate / business analytics/mock GD & PI sessions Marketing Conclave Placement Process Starts HR SUMMIT & CITY ALUMNI MEET PGDM - 2012-14 Batch Registration Induction cum Orientation -- -- Commencement of Classes Term-I Thomas Profiling Tests for students + Disha + start of Mentorship Program Eagles Cocoon Leadership Program Mid Term Examination Term-I Industrial Visit Sports Week Teachers Day Celebration -- Finance Conclave Last teaching day of Term-I End-Term-Examination, Term-I Commencement of Classes of Term-II Art of living / Yes+ course --- Marketing Conclave --- HR SUMMIT & CITY ALUMNI MEET 4
  • 7. ACADEMIC CALENDAR Sr. No. Date PGDM - 2013-15 Batch 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. November 21-23, 2013 December 21, 2013 December 23-28, 2013 Dec. 30-Jan. 4, 2014 January 6, 2014 January 14-25, 2014 February 8-14, 2014 February 14, 2014 Feb.24 –28, 2014 March 6-8, 2014 March 10, 2014 March 22, 2014 April 12, 2014 April 14-19, 2014 April 21, 2014 Onwards Mid Term Examination Term-V Last teaching day of Term-V End Term Examination, Term-V Term Break Commencement of Classes of Term-VI -- Jai-Utsav and E-Week IT and Operations Seminar Mid Term Examination Term-VI -- Budget Seminar Alvida (Farewell) Last Teaching Day of Term-VI End Term Examination, Term-VI -- PGDM - 2012-14 Batch Mid Term Examination Term-II Last teaching day of Term-II End Term Examination, Term-II Term Break Commencement of Classes of Term-III IMP Chisel Jai-Utsav and E-Week IT and Operations Seminar Mid Term Examination Term-III SIP Workshop Budget Seminar -- Last Teaching Day of Term-III End Term Examination, Term-III Summer Internship Program LIST OF HOLIDAYS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Id-ul-fitr Independence Day Raksha Bandhan Janmashtmi Gandhi Jayanti Dushehra Deepawali Christmas Republic Day Maha Shivratri Holi Aug 9, 2013 (Friday) Aug 15, 2013 (Thursday) Aug 20, 2013 (Tuesday) Aug 28, 2013 (Wednesday) Oct 2, 2013 (Wednesday) October 13, 2013 (Sunday) Nov 2-5,2013 (Saturday- Tuesday) Dec 25, 2013 (Wednesday) Jan 26, 2014 (Sunday) Feb 28,2014 (Friday) Mar 17, 2014 (Monday) 5
  • 8. PGDM PROGRAMME An academic year is divided into three academic terms of approximately three months each. The first year students will do summer internship during April-June, 2014. The academic calendar provides all relevant dates for terms, examinations, and term breaks. TRIMESTER SYSTEM NUMBER OF CREDITS CORE AND ELECTIVE COURSES ŸDevelop themselves as effective management professionals and ŸEvolve an integrative and strategic perspective on business entrepreneurs, equipped with analytical and creative thinking, problems and organizational issues communication skills and strong ethical values ŸHone self and people management skills to become sensitive, ŸLearn theories and practices of various functional areas of responsive and effective leaders management ŸDevelop global outlook and integrate it with various management ŸAnalyse management situations under uncertainty and ambiguity functions and practices and make effective decisions ŸUnderstand domestic and international business environment and its impact on organizations CURRICULUM POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT (PGDM) AFTER UNDERGOING THIS PROGRAMME, THE STUDENTS SHALL BE ABLE TO: The programme has 111 credits, of which 69 credits correspond to Students need to study 23 core and 12 elective courses in total. core courses, while 36 credits correspond to elective courses and There is a system of dual specialization. Students are required to six credits for Summer Internship. A course is of 3 credits, choose 5 courses from each of the two areas of specialization and consisting of 30 class contact hours spread over 24 sessions with two courses from Open Elective list. Elective courses will be offered each session of 75 minutes. to the batch of minimum 10 students. In case the enrollment is low, then the minimum number of students for the purpose of offering electives would be decided on a case to case basis after deliberations. 6
  • 9. CURRICULUM ARCHITECTURE Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Accounting for Decision Making –I IT for Managers Managerial Economics Organizational Behavior-I Quantitative Analysis for Managers – I Marketing Management-I FM501 IT501 EC501 HR501 QT501 MK501 FIRST TRIMESTER Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Business Communication-I Organizational Behavior- II Accounting for Decision Making-II Quantitative Analysis for Managers –II Marketing Management – II Financial Management –I Macroeconomics and Business Environment BC501 HR502 FM502 QT502 MK502 FM503 EC502 SECOND TRIMESTER Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Legal Aspect of Business Financial Management- II Research Methods in Management Management Information System Human Resource Management Operations Management Social Media GM501 FM504 GM502 IT502 HR503 OM501 GM503 THIRD TRIMESTER 7
  • 10. CURRICULUM ARCHITECTURE Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. Business Communication-II Strategy Formulation Five Electives Courses BC601 GM601 ---- FOURTH TRIMESTER Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. Strategy Implementation and Control Five Elective Courses GM602 FIFTH TRIMESTER Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. Two Elective Courses ---- SIXTH TRIMESTER 8
  • 11. LIST OF ELECTIVES AND COURSES WITHIN ELECTIVE AREA Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Product Management Integrated Marketing Communication Sales and Distribution Management Brand Management Customer Relationship Management International Marketing Management Retail Management Marketing of Services B2B Marketing Consumer Behaviour (Compulsory Elective) MK601 MK602 MK603 MK604 MK605 MK606 MK607 MK608 MK609 MK610 MARKETING MANAGEMENT Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Performance Management Learning and Development Talent Management Compensation Management and Reward System Industrial Relations and Labour Laws Human Resource Information System Leadership & Change Management HR601 HR602 HR603 HR604 HR605 HR606 HR607 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 9
  • 12. LIST OF ELECTIVES AND COURSES WITHIN ELECTIVE AREA Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. International Finance Management of Financial Services Investment Management Financial Derivatives and Risk Management Bank and Risk Management Investment Banking Corporate Valuation Corporate Tax Management FM601 FM602 FM603 FM604 FM605 FM606 FM607 FM608 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Database Management System Enterprise Resource Planning Business Analytics Using Data Mining E-Governance Dashboard Reporting IT601 IT602 IT603 IT604 IT605 IT MANAGEMENT 10
  • 13. LIST OF ELECTIVES AND COURSES WITHIN ELECTIVE AREA Sr. No. Course Title Course Code 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Business Analytics Using Data Mining Business Ethics and Values Management of NGOs Franchise Management Social Entrepreneurship Business Intelligence Corporate Governance Economic History of India Environmental Economics and Business Integrated Marketing Communication Marketing Research E- Marketing Rural Marketing Leadership and Change Management Knowledge Management Cross- Culture and Diversity Management Negotiation and Counseling skills International Financial Reporting System Strategic Financial Management Foreign Trade and Finance Corporate Valuation Project Management Language, Culture and Communications Technology and Innovation Management Supply Chain Management Web Analytics Planning and Applications IT Project Management Personality Development and Business Etiquettes Thinking and Writing Skills Personal Growth Spirituality and Management Creativity and Innovation Advanced Communication Course on Independent Study Entrepreneurship International Economics and Business IT603 GM603 GM604 MK611 GM605 GM606 GM607 EC601 EC602 MK612 MK613 MK614 MK615 HR607 HR608 HR609 HR610 FM609 FM610 FM611 FM607 OM601 BC602 IT606 OM602 IT607 IT608 BC603 BC604 GM608 GM609 GM610 BC605 GM611 GM612 EC603 OPEN ELECTIVES 11
  • 14. SPECIALISATIONS OFFERED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IT MANAGEMENT MARKETING MANAGEMENT 12
  • 15. AUDIT COURSES/NON CREDIT COURSES The student can take a maximum of two audit courses in two separate terms during the whole programme after paying the prescribed fee. The student is required to take examination for an audit course. If the student does not pass in the audit course then the audit course shall not be mentioned in the transcript of the student. The list of the courses will be provided to the students subsequently. COURSE OUTLINE The students will be given a detailed course outline for each course b) Course overview, learning outcome of the course they take, including a session plan. This will be made available at c) Pedagogy the start of each trimester. The course outline would have the d) Prescribed text, recommended readings if anyfollowing details: e) Assessment schemea) Course code, title of the course, number of credits, academic term, name of the instructor f) Session wise titles, readings, cases exercise etc. 13
  • 16. SECTION II TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS 14
  • 17. TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS Teaching is an active process in which an instructor shares knowledge with students and facilitates their thinking to make behavioural changes. Learning is the process of thinking and assimilating information with a resultant change in behaviour. Teaching-learning process is thus, a planned interaction that promotes behavioural change that is not a result of maturation or coincidence. The instructor is the prime mover of the teaching learning process. more responsible for his/her learning. Assuming the onus of learning S/he directs the flow of the process and facilitates learning. While onto him/her, the student is required to “pull” out the information the instructor serves as the main control, the learner is considered he/she is seeking from the process facilitated by the instructor and as the key participant in the teaching-learning process. S/he is think actively to develop a new perspective on reality. regarded as the primary subject. Therefore, student has to become EXPECTATIONS FROM THE STUDENT 1. The student shall be responsible for his/her learning and shall actively engage in various learning activities and continuously monitor his/her learning and development. The student shall review, revisit and regulate his/her learning on a daily basis. When s/he finds that s/he has not learned something, s/he shall promptly seek support of his/her classmates and concerned faculty to clarify his/her understanding of subject content. 2. Each student shall do pre-read (content, cases, chapter, reading) without fail and discuss them with the members of his/her study group. For every contact hour in a class, s/he shall invest two hours for preparation, assignment, and review of learning. 3. Each student shall learn collaboratively, participate in group learning exercises, be an active member of his/her study group, take initiative in classroom learning processes and support his/her classmates to learn, grow and excel. 4. Each student shall value diversity in perspectives, reasoning and background of his/her classmates. The student shall have to realize that his/her aim is not only to achieve excellence in individual learning but also to learn from fellow students and support them in their learning. 5. The student shall vigorously hone his/her critical, analytical, creative and integrative thinking skills through initiation, participation, questioning, thoughtfulness, curiosity, experimentation, etc. 6. The student shall actively participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities to develop his/her personality and to contribute to institution building. 7. The student shall take assessment components seriously and attempt all components with utmost integrity. S/he shall pay utmost attention to collective and individual feedback given by the instructor. If s/he has some dissatisfaction with the concerned instructor or concerned officials as mentioned in assessment grievance system, the Institute shall resolve his/her grievance without compromising on academic standards. 8. The students shall give their suggestions to improve teaching-learning and assessment processes to the Programme Chair and the Director with a view to enhance the quality of education at the Institute. The Institute shall take them with utmost sincerity. Working upon them, however, requires collective consideration and judgement. 15
  • 18. EXPECTATIONS FROM THE STUDY GROUP A study group is a sentient group, actively engaged in mutual support, collaborative learning and team development. It has its norms, values and processes, aimed at benefitting all members. Each student shall be assigned to a study group of six members. The members of the study group will be of the same programme and same section. The following expectations are set for the study group: 1. The study group is expected to meet in the morning on a daily 4. A major expectation from the study group is that its members basis. The meeting entails sharing of understanding of contents shall sharpen their teamwork, conflict resolution, negotiation and and instructional materials, debating diverse viewpoints and communication skills. Thus, team members should treat their planning group assignments. group issues as opportunities for improving their effectiveness in organizations in the future. 2. Each study group is assigned a faculty mentor. Subsequently, an industry mentor is also available to it. The study group members 5. Group assessment of learning is a substantial part of are partners in learning and development. They shall take full assessment. Each study group member is expected to contribute advantage of mentoring process. If they are not benefitting from equally to group assignment/project. The members should not it, they shall share with their Programme Chair, who will address divide responsibility for doing assignments for different subjects. their concerns. The instructor may punish the whole group if s/he finds that the assignment is done by only a few students. In case they are 3. The study group is expected to monitor its processes and ensure finding it difficult to complete such assignments collectively, then that its members do not follow dysfunctional group processes, the group members should bring this to the notice of their such as social loafing. Its members shall resolve such issues mentor, in advance. internally. However, if they fail to handle them, they shall take help of their mentor. 16
  • 19. SECTION III ACADEMIC RULES & REGULATIONS 17
  • 20. ATTENDANCE RULES The Institute shall require regular attendance and punctuality from all students in all sessions. The student, under extraordinary circumstances, may request for leave of absence under the following rules and regulations: Ÿ students will not be permitted to leave early or come late to the ŸAll instructors shall take roll call for every session which theyclass under any pretext such as paying fees or library conduct and it should be submitted to the person responsible fortransaction, etc. Time fixed for such purposes during office hours maintaining the attendance same day.must be adhered to strictly. In any case, no student is allowed to leave the classroom without the permission of the teacher. The ŸThe instructor should display utmost care in marking attendance faculty shall have the right to cancel attendance for the and only in rare cases they should modify information related to particular period during which he / she engages, for indifference absence. or for late coming without valid reason by students. ŸAttendance Cell will enter attendance data in the defined ŸNo student will be allowed into the class after 5 minutes from the database within one working day. scheduled commencement of classes. In case the faculty ŸFor availing a leave, student has to inform Programme Office in concerned does allow the student to attend, no attendance shall advance. be credited. ŸAll the students shall reply to the roll call at the end of each session. The Program Office shall be coordinating with the ŸThe penalty for shortage of attendance in various programmes is instructors on the distribution and collection of these Attendance listed as under: Sheets on a daily basis. ŸThose who have attendance below 60% in a course shall have to ŸPrior permission of the Programme Chair shall be obtained for repeat the course in the next academic year (after two year availing of leave. Leave applications must be submitted normally duration of the course is over). prior to the commencement of the class. Leave applications on ŸThose who have attendance of 60% and above but less than the ground of sickness must be accompanied by a medical 70% shall be penalized two sub-grades (sign grades) in the end- certificate. In case, a student has not taken prior leave, he/she term examination. shall inform Programme Chair within 2 working days about ŸThose who have attendance of 70% and above but less thanhis/her absence. Grant of the leave, however, shall remain the 80% shall be penalized one sub-grade (sign grade) in the end-prerogative of the Programme Chair for which Medical Certificate term examination.should be submitted within 3 working days of joining the institute. ŸIf a student absents himself / herself from the classes for more ŸThe institute, if deputes a student for representing the institute than three days, the student must write an explanatory letter at any event, would grant the student an academic leave for the giving reasons. If leave of absence is sought on grounds of same. sickness, medical certificate is necessary. This procedure should ŸThe discretion to depute the student for such purposes rests withbe adopted for absence from classes of even less than three the institute.days if it happens during the Institute Examinations. Ÿ4 such leaves can be granted across a trimester.ŸIndifference to studies shall be considered violation of order and discipline. Absence from the tests, examinations, non- ŸIn case of attendance deficiency, these would be counted submission of exercise / assignment in time and coming late to towards the regular attendance. the classes without valid reasons, shall be considered ŸThe leave forms can be collected from the Programme office.indifference to studies. Punitive actions would be taken against those who violate institute rules and norms. ŸCredit for Attendance during Guest Lectures ŸNo student(s) shall in any manner prevent any other student or ŸGuest lecture attendance (4 such lectures) attended shall give a students from attending his / her / their class (es) or doing his / student official leave of one session which can be adjusted her / their lawful duty. This would attract disciplinary action. against by the student for any deficiency of attendance. ŸExemption from attending classes will not be granted except for exceptional reasons. Parents / guardians are requested to watch their wards regarding attendance. ŸThe Programme Chair can grant the leave of maximum 5 sessions (20%) in a course (including medical leaves), the Director can condone the absence up to another 3 sessions (10%) in a course or courses as duty leave. For beyond above mentioned situations, the decision to condone the absence will be taken by the Faculty Council Meeting [FCM] on merit. If for any reason including medical leave/ extra ordinary situation, attendance is below 60%, the student will not be allowed to take the examination. Coming late to class is a serious breach of discipline. The REPORTING OF ATTENDANCE PENALTY FOR ABSENCE ACADEMIC LEAVE 18
  • 21. ASSESSMENT TOOLS Students are assessed on the following components: ?Quizzes/tests/exercises ?Case ?Library/web assignment ?Field project ?Class participation ?Essay/term paper ?Mid-term examination ?End-term examination ?Any other technique (As specified by an instructor) EXAMINATION EXAMINATION TARDINESS The Institute believes and practices continuous feedback on Examinations are administered with a specific starting and performance and follows a system of continuous assessment. ending time and students are expected to be seated at least The course instructor shall use at least four assessment before 15 minutes of start time. Doors to the examination components, mid-term and end-term examinations are room will be closed after 15 minutes of start of Examination. compulsory. To minimize the disruption, late arriving students will be allowed to enter the room 10 minutes after the examination The Examination Cell shall announce the schedule for Mid-term has started. No additional time will be given beyond the and End-term Examinations, while the instructors of the scheduled end of the Examination. These rules apply for all respective courses shall decide the dates for other tests, examinations across all courses. presentations, submissions and quizzes. Normally the fifth/sixth week of the Term shall be the week for mid-term examination, while the end-term examination shall be conducted during the twelfth/thirteenth week of the Term. Towards the end of each term, the Examination Cell will publish the dates for end-term examinations for different subjects offered during that Term. * ASSESSMENT RULES The instructor can design appropriate method of evaluation as per the requirements of the course and method of instruction. The weightage attached to the various components of evaluation are as follows: End-Term Examination Mid-Term Examination Other Internal Components 40% 20% 40% ASSESSMENT OF SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROJECT internship will be evaluated in the fourth trimester. The evaluation will include 50% marks for Project Report and 50%Summer internship project is a six credit course. However, marks for Viva-Voce.satisfactory completion of the summer internship project is a prerequisite for registration in second year and for the award of The assessment of summer internship project shall be diploma. In case of delay in submission of the certificate of completed by end of July in Term IV. For the timely completion completion of the summer project, the Programme Chair, of this process, the responsibility lies on Faculty Coordinator subject to obtaining the certificate within a specified period, (Placement). may permit provisional registration to the second year. The project conducted during the eight weeks of summer 19
  • 22. RE-EXAMINATION RE-APPEAR EXAMINATION IMPROVEMENT EXAMINATION (IN CASE OF FAILURE) REPEAT EXAMINATION courses during the total duration of the programme. All students who are permitted to take repeat examination are No make-up/re-examination in any form (i.e., improvement required to deposit the repeat examination fees of ` 1000/- examination, re-appear examination, repeat examination) (Rupees One Thousand only) per examination in a course. is allowed for quizzes. The improvement examination is applicable to the student who The Re-Appear Examination is applicable to the student who has already appeared but secured grade “C” or less in a has not been able to complete first year/the diploma in the course. In this case, the student can appear for an period of two years due to unavoidable absence or otherwise. improvement examination (End-Term Examination only) by In this case, the student has to apply specifying the reason for submitting a written application and surrendering his/her absence or otherwise. On satisfactory verification of the case, existing original grade of end-term examination, along with the the student may be allowed to re-appear. Such re-appearance prescribed examination fee. In such a case, however, the grade will be applicable to only those courses in which the student (minus one sub-grade) obtained in the improvement has obtained ‘C’ or lesser grade or did not appear at all. Such a examination shall be taken as final. In addition, such a student student shall be allowed to appear in the Mid-Term and End- will also suffer two-sub grades from the grade obtained in Term Examinations only and the score of other components of improvement examination due to shortage of attendance the course shall remain the same as obtained earlier. In all (below 60 percent). There shall be no second chance given to such cases, the following two alternatives will be available to any such student for ‘improvement examination’ in the same the student who can exercise any one of them: course. The student can appear for the improvement ?The student shall pay course fee (which is calculated asexamination for a maximum of four courses during the total Total fees/total no. of courses in the programme) for whichduration of the programme. All students who are permitted to s/he is re-appearing for the improvement in his/hertake improvement examination are required to deposit the academic performance [Minimum required grades to passimprovement examination fee of ` 1000/-(Rupees One the programme]. This would be for a maximum of fourThousand only) per paper. courses. The internal marks for that subject(s) shall be taken as it is from the previous attempts ?The student shall pay programme fees for the full academicThe repeat examination is applicable to the student who could first/second year and re-appear for the examination afternot appear in the examination due to some exceptional fulfilling all the academic criteria. All the previous gradescircumstances including any major sickness, etc. In this case, shall be taken, as null and void and new grade shall bethe student may repeat end-term examination (as well as mid- binding on the studentterm examination if applicable) by submitting a written application along with the prescribed examination fees. The student can repeat examinations for a maximum of seven 20
  • 23. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY The students enrolled at the Institute shall maintain the If a situation of academic dishonesty arises that is not covered highest standards of academic honesty. They have the in the above section, the Examination Committee shall make a responsibility to make known the existence of academic recommendation to the Director, who in turn, shall initiate the dishonesty to their course instructors and, if necessary, to the action. Programme Chair. ŸAcademic dishonesty includes, but is not necessarily limited Any student found guilty of academic dishonesty will, for theto, the following: first offence, receive one or a combination of the following ŸCheating - Giving or receiving unauthorized assistance in any penalties: academic exercise of examination. Using or attempting to ŸRecommendation for Academic Probationuse any unauthorized materials, information or study aids in an examination or academic exercise ŸFailure for the academic exercise (component for which academic dishonesty was found)ŸPlagiarism - Representing the ideas or language of others as one’s own ŸReduced grade for the course ŸFalsification - Falsifying or inventing any information, data or ŸAny other punishment recommended by the Examination citation in an academic exercise. Committee ŸMultiple Submission - Submitting substantial portions of any For second offence of academic dishonesty, a student shall be academic exercise more than once for credit without the subject to any combination of the above penalties and, with prior authorization and approval of the current instructor concurrence of the Director, suspension from the Institute for one year.ŸComplicity - Facilitating any of the above actions or presenting work of another student as his or her assignment ŸInterference - Interfering with the ability of a student to perform his or her assignments SANCTIONS 21
  • 24. FINALIZATION OF GRADES CRITERIA FOR AWARD OF THE POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAMME ACADEMIC PROBATION TRANSCRIPTS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD SCHEME ŸOverall First Year topper [Top 3 Rankers] [Certificate + Prize] ŸArea of specialization wise topper [Certificate] To qualify for any of the PGDM Diploma of the Institute, the ŸOverall Programme topper [Gold medal and Silver medal] following are the minimal requirements: ŸFeedback, Fairness and Grievance Redresses ŸParticipants are required to obtain an overall minimum of The grievance of a student shall be taken sympathetically andCGPA (C+ = 2.33) in the programme. the student shall be given a fair chance to state his/her ŸParticipants who have obtained two “F” grades or one 'F' viewpoint. If the grievance is genuine, it must be redressed grade and two “D” grades or four “D” grades at any stage in immediately. If an instructor feels s/he needs time to the programme will not qualify for the Institute Diploma and reconsider his/her decision, the student must be informed may be asked to withdraw from the Programme (Please note accordingly. that an “F” grade is treated as equivalent to 2 “D” grades). Any grievance related to the assessment is to be reported ŸThe Institute reserves the right to alter the criteria for award orally to the course instructor by the aggrieved student. It is of Diploma. expected that most grievances shall be redressed at this level. The duration of grievance redressal at this stage is one week. In case the student is not satisfied with the response The normal period to complete the requirements for the PGDM forwarded by the course instructor, he can report the matter in is two years. However, the student who fails to meet the writing to the Programme Chair, who then shall mediate and prescribed minimum academic requirements may be allowed speak with the concerned instructor. It is expected that the rest to complete the programme in a period of maximum three of grievances shall be redressed at this stage. The duration of years subject to the fulfilment of the requirements of and as grievance redressal at this stage is one week. If the issue is not per the norms for re-appearance as explained earlier. resolved to the satisfaction of the student even at this stage, the student can approach the Director and give the grievance in writing. The Director shall respond to it within two weeks in Term wise any student obtaining less than 2.33 GPA and/or writing. His/her decision in the matter will be final. adverse letter grades (D or F) shall be under academic probation. The student, his parents/guardians, mentor, the Programme Chair and the Director shall be informed about it by the Controller of Examination and the student shall be advised to improve his/her academic performance. Transcript in printed format will be issued to the students only after the completion of the course. Term-wise academic progress will be issued to the students online. If such information is required for some official purposes like bank loans, summer training, placements, etc. a provisional academic progress report will be issued. The institute shall provide the following academic excellence awards to the students: ŸSubject wise topper [Every Term] [Certificate] ŸBest Summer Internship project [Specialization wise][Certificate + Prize] The grades of mid-term and end-term examinations shall be discussed within a group of instructors teaching in the particular term with a purpose of sharing, mutual learning, and consistency of grades across courses. Resettlement of grades, if any, will be done in by the moderation committee appointed by the Director, wherein the Director and Programme Chair will be ex-officio members. The Moderation Committee shall then examine the overall term grades before declaration of the same and will make appropriate recommendations to the Director if a glaring abnormal situation is detected. 22
  • 25. SECTION III STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT 23
  • 26. The Institute organizes co-curricular and extracurricular various events of the club. Events such as a marketing plan activities keeping the following objectives in mind: based competition, ‘Marketing Wizard’, amongst others have been organized in the past. For the coming academic year, ŸTo enhance personal and professional development of the various events such as Brand Quiz, Movie Screening, students Marketing Mela , Industry expert talks, etc. have been planned ŸTo give students an opportunity to work in teams for the club. Marketing Conclave, the signature event of the club , is held every year, in the month of October and brings toŸTo let students actualize their potential the students real industry experience shared by Industry ŸTo learn about management situations by doing experts in the area of Marketing. The Institute organizes Jai-Utsav the annual management festival. The students are engaged in managing cultural as well Finance & Economics Club has been formed with a basic idea as corporate events. To promote students’ interest in sports of creating a platform for young and dynamic students in the and games, the sports committee organizes various sporting area of Finance and Economics. Finance and Economics Club events. Students are nominated for participation in co- would help students to Plan and organize activities by curricular and extra-curricular activities of the other institutes interfacing with industry practitioners. This platform is and professional bodies. The students participating in co- envisaged to offer opportunities to show case their talent and curricular and extra-curricular activities will be given a organizing skills to complement and supplement the class consideration for their absence from the teaching sessions on based learning. Through Finance Club students can increase account of such activities. Such leaves would be treated as their strategic knowledge in the area of Finance and remain duty leave and should fall within the maximum no. of leaves updated with the market. One of the objectives of club is to permissible to a student. invite Professionals from Corporate so that students can have better exposure to the external world. Club activities would nurture the students and will help them to interact with corporate professionals for understanding the tough and competitive corridors of the corporate world which enriches theCampus life provides a wonderful impetus to boost chances of getting better summer and final placements.camaraderie and skills of individuals and groups. We look forward to active participation of our students into The HR club endeavors to sensitise students towards theŸFestivals, Competitions, Social and Cultural Events nuances of HR and inculcate interest in Human Resource ŸMulti-cultural interactions, multiple talents and thoughts related activities among them. The club offers students ample opportunities to hone and enhance their social, interpersonal,ŸExperience Cultural diversity, gender issues, recreational and communication skills in a natural way by organizing andactivities, wellness activities, spiritual activities, political managing various HR activities and events. The club is activelyclubs, sports activities, newspaper, radio station, and more run by students and encourages them to participate, arrange ŸBe it the night classes, workshops, part time jobs, events, and organize the events successfully. The club activities also parties or other activities focus on developing team spirit among the students. ŸSpeaking to Alumnus and the benefits and reflections ŸThe architecture and décor, the buzz and the life; This is in association with the National Entrepreneurship Network; the e-cell at Jaipuria, Indore is fairly active, and goesŸAnd yes, not to forget tales of the un-told, at “secret places” by the name of ‘The E-Spark Club’. The main purpose is towhere friendships are struck and life-long vows are made; bring out the hidden entrepreneurial skills and create a sparksome of which turn into matrimonial bonding for life! of freshness with focus on Innovation, Creativity, and To facilitate the above, we have all student and campus Imagination. Activities include running campus companies, activities under Student Affairs. There are a host of various liaising with venture capitalists to pitch ideas and raise funds, clubs and areas for students to get involved. All students can understand and learn the complete process of running a be a part of various events and activities, as per institute rules. business and creation of the entrepreneurial spirit amongst all. A student can be part of multiple clubs simultaneously, but it is advised that focus should be on a mix of co-curricular activities with academics. The Marketing Club is an endeavour to build practical knowledge and skills particular to the area of Marketing amongst the students. Students play a major role in organizing FINANCE & ECONOMICS CLUB STUDENTS’ CLUBS AND CAMPUS LIFE LIFE ON CAMPUS HR CLUB ENTREPRENEURSHIP CELL MARKETING CLUB STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT 24
  • 27. THE CORPORATE INTERFACE CELL COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL CLUB SPORTS CLUB IT CLUB MEDIA RELATION CLUB theme to the internal and external stakeholders. ‘Uncampus’ theme builds on strengths of Jaipuria institutes on account ofThe corporate interface cell endeavors at facilitating common admissions process, common placement process andparticipation for Industry Interaction, Creating and spreading sharing of faculty and best curriculum & pedagogy practicesinnovative models and ensure regular practice on such across campuses. The MRC members across Jaipuriamodels. The cell works closely with the industry to develop campuses work together in media and branding initiatives.relationships with higher authorities and executives at top-end They also regularly share best practices in media and brandingorganizations. The purpose is to ensure that every participant initiatives amongst themselves.is industry ready, and the corporate world also gets to know in details about the innovations at the Institute. Summer and ŸStudent MRC will be responsible for the following set of Winter Immersion, industry networking and live industry activities through the year: projects are facilitated through the cell. There are study groups, ŸIdentify story ideas and cover campus events throughpersonality development exercises, language and personal pictures, interviews, videos, etc. that will be highlighted ongrowth labs and counseling facilities in which students are our websiteregularly involved to ensure that there is collective growth and transformation of all students. ŸManage relationships with Print, TV and online media for events on campus The aim is to blend different cultural and regional identities to ŸIdentify story ideas and shortlist contributions every month give rise to the unique Institute culture where students learn for monthly student newsletter the importance and harmony amidst diversity. World cinema ŸManage social media properties for Jaipuriaforum, dance and fitness workshops, theatre production, organizing cultural evenings to provide learning from cross Each student is required to be a member of at least two of the cultures, language learning are part of the activities. The above mentioned clubs. Members of the club will be governed endeavor is to ensure that every student goes out with by their respective club rules. mastering at least one ‘skill’ set beyond the academic requirements and also emerges culturally stronger with empathy towards the requirements of the world. The main focus is not only playing games but also make sure that there is improvement in the quality of life, fitness and health through daily exercises.To promote student interests in games and sports, sports meets are organized once a year and different matches and tournaments are held throughout the year. The Campus has facilities for indoor and outdoor sports- TT, carom, chess, volleyball, cricket, football and basketball. The club organizes morning yoga and gym sessions, evening walks and wellness and grooming sessions to facilitate a better lifestyle for all. The cell works on everything for the “WTF” generation. WTF, Wiki, Twitter and Facebook! The names are suggestive, and encompassing the wide arena of the digital world. Through IT Club helps students can understand the current trends and needs of the IT job market. It motivates student community and making an approach towards the digital age and educates everyone about power of social media. One of the key objectives of IT club is to expand the understanding of the future of the computing professions, and their value in the business world. Club organizes various activities for students and faculty members which help them to understand various tools and techniques of IT and Social media in order to gain the confidence in their professional carrier ahead. Student MRC plays a key role in communicating “Uncampus” STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND SUPPORT 25
  • 28. STUDENT COMMITTEES PGDM Committee: PGDM committee will have student members from PGDM programme at the Institute. The The idea behind keeping students in admission process is to committee will function for the facilitation of academic enhance the transparency in the information provided to the administration. The committee will work with the Programme prospective candidates by the admission cell. The committee Chair to ensure an effective and conducive academic functions to: environment for the students. 1. Provide information about different programmes, curricula Campus Committee: Campus committee will have student and other facilities provided by the institute based on their members from PGDM programme at the Institute. The own experiences. committee will function for the facilitation of general 2. Help the admission cell in arranging the campus touradministration. The committee will work with Manager when students and their parents visit campus duringAdministration and HR to ensure a safe, clean and lively admission process.campus environment for the students. 3. Serve as student presentation partners and volunteers.Hostel Committee: The hostel is managed by a committee, which comprises the following: ?Faculty In Charge Boys Hostel ?Faculty In Charge Girls Hostel ?Manager Admin. and HR ?Hostel Warden Boys Hostel ?Hostel Warden Girls Hostel ?Two Student nominated members from Boys Hostel ?Two Student nominated members from Girls Hostel. The committee shall discuss and make recommendations on admission to hostel, discipline of resident students, maintenance and development of hostel and any other matter pertaining to the hostel. Hostel committee has the right to amend /change /make new rules whenever required for the smooth functioning of the Hostel. Any member of teaching staff /Hostel resident students can be requested to attend the meeting of the Hostel Committee as and when required as a special invitee. Student Affairs Committee: This committee is constituted to organize the flagship event of the Institute - Jai-Utsav which is the annual fest of Jaipuria Institute of Management, Indore. The team of Jai-Utsav consists of main coordinators and event coordinators who volunteer and work to organize the two day annual fest that covers a range of management events such as Each year students are elected to the Placement Committee. business idea competition, entrepreneurial puzzle game, They are actively involved in all placement-related activities business quiz, innovation under constraints, face painting, ad- and coordinate with the Placement Office as well as the parade, cyber gaming, equity research, website building, various organizations that recruit at Jaipuria. rangoli, fashion show, singing, dance competition, literary & fine arts, and a CSR initiative. The selection of the coordination committee is based on nomination by the Students are selected for Library Committee based on theirstudents across the programme, which is later filtered through interest in reading. Committee is actively involved to achievea selection process conducted by the faculty in charge. The the objectives of the Library Committee and coordinate withmembers are entrusted with responsibilities of securing the Library Chair, Librarian as well as with the students andsponsorships and organizing as well as generating other members of the committee for procuring Books, Journals,participation for the events in large numbers. Magazines, E-books, cases etc and organizes various activities like Book Review competition, writing literature reviews, Abstract etc. ADMISSION COMMITTEE PLACEMENT COMMITTEE LIBRARY COMMITTEE 26
  • 29. ?To meet regularly with the mentor ?To ask for feedback ?To take responsibility for own growth and success ?To maintain a portfolio ?To provide the mentor with an up-to-date portfolio ?To enhance one’s employability skills ?To ask his/her mentor for guidance and assistance whenever it is needed ?To attend GD sessions, aptitude tests, PI sessions and Industry visits as planned by the mentor SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR TEACHING LEARNING Mentoring is a critical student development intervention. Poor and social skills. Each group will be assigned a faculty mentor, employability skills seriously damage the career prospects of who will be responsible both for the development of the SG as students. Therefore, the students need to work on enhancing well as the individual mentee. Mentoring would be only for the their employability skills from the very beginning of an first year students and it would be from the month July to June academic programme. Mentors can play a vital role in of an academic year. The frequency of meeting would be every enhancing the employability skills of the students. Several fortnight, i.e., twice a month. By the end of the mentoring groups of students shall be formed. A group shall be known as period, each mentee would design and submit a personal Study Group (SG). Each Study Group (SG) will have six to eight Career Graph, which will consist of prospective nature of students. This group will be permanent across different industry for employment, expected job profile and requisite skill courses and activities in the first year of the programme. The set, gap analysis and action plan to be followed in the next purpose of creating such groups is that the group members academic year. would actively and intensively learn from one another through working together on a variety of tasks and develop teamwork GRIEVANCE HANDLING Any grievance routine in nature will be addressed to the Programme Chair, who in a week’s time will resolve the matter. Grievance for which there is no precedence or which is exceptional in nature would be taken up with the grievance handling and discipline committee by the Programme Chair. The committee would make its final recommendations to the Director of the Institute within a week. The Director will take a decision in another week’s time after the recommendations are submitted to his office. The Director’s decision would be final in the matter. All grievances would be handled within a maximum period of three weeks. MENTORING POLICY ROLE OF A MENTEE The responsibilities of mentee would be: 27
  • 30. WOMEN AFFAIRS AND PROTECTION AGAINST SEXUAL HARASSMENT The Institute has a Women Affairs Cell to take care of the girl students of the institute and raise awareness about their modern day problems like health, campus life related issues etc. Women students are encouraged to take an active part in the activities of the Cell. The Cell endeavors to alleviate the negative forces that confront women in the campus. The cell is actively involved in the redressal of grievances, mistreatment and cases of sexual harassment related to women student candidates. For any information and assistance, students may contact at Telephone Nos. 0731-3069307 & 9826593927 or e-mail to priti.bakhshi@jaipuria.ac.in. IN GENERAL HARASSMENT MAY INCLUDE, BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO: ?Coercing or attempting to coerce a person into a relationship; ?Subjecting a person to unwanted attention or demands; ?Punishing or retaliating against a person for refusal to comply with sexual demands; ?Unwelcome physical advances or physical contact of a sexual nature or conduct of a sexual nature that is intimidating, demeaning, hostile, or offensive; ?Threats, physical contact, pranks or vandalism directed at an individual or individuals because of their race or origin; ?Severe or persistent racial epithets, derogatory comments, jokes or ridicule directed to a specific person or persons about their race or ethnicity; ?Defacement of a person's property based upon race of the owner; Any case of mistreatment or harassment needs to be reported immediately to the Grievance Redressal and Discipline Committee for initiating the investigation process and taking necessary actions. 28
  • 31. SECTION V GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS 29
  • 32. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS DISCIPLINE Cases of indiscipline, violation of the Institute’s code of ?Violation of any one or more of the above rules shall be conduct and unsavory behaviour that brings disrepute to the punishable with any one or more of the following by the Institute shall be brought to the notice of the coordinator, Disciple Committee Grievance Redressal and Discipline committee. The committee 1. Imposition of fine including collective fines. will propose the appropriate action or penalty to be imposed on 2. Cancellation of attendance.the concerned student(s). 3. Suspension from the Institute for a specific period. 4. Detention.?All circulars will be put on the Notice Board and E-mail interface. Students should cultivate the habit of looking at 5. Expulsion from the Institute depending upon the degree the Notice Board every day. Ignorance of any notice thus and seriousness of the offence. displayed will not be accepted as an excuse for failing to ?The Director shall be the final authority in disposing ofcomply with directions contained in it disciplinary matter without prejudice in the larger interest ?Students are not allowed to circulate among the students of the Institute or paste on the Notice Board any notice without the ?Parents/Guardians are requested to cooperate with theapproval of the Director/Programme Chair Institute authorities in maintaining discipline and decorum ?While attending Institute functions and other celebrations in the Institute the students shall conduct themselves in such a way as to ?Students are expected to observe strict discipline in thebring credit to themselves and to the institution Institute ?They should be courteous and respectful towards all the ?Students should conduct themselves in such a manner thatmembers of the faculty and staff they do not bring any discredit to the Institute. They should ?Smoking inside the campus is strictly prohibited uphold the good name of the Institute ?Loitering, shouting, whistling and other such acts that ?Students should desist from dirtying and defacing the cause nuisance in the premises of Institute are strictly campus and should maintain proper hygiene in the prohibited classrooms ?Eve-teasing, ragging, alcoholism, taking drugs, playing ?Student should not indulge in damaging the Institute’s cards and other such unsocial acts will lead to immediate properties dismissal from the Institute ?During breaks, students should not disturb other ongoing ?Men students shall have no entry into the Ladies common classes. Minimum noise and disturbance at the Campus is Room / Ladies Hostel & vice-versa desirable ?Entertaining outsiders in the Institute campus and indulging in anti-social activities are serious offences and are punishable as such ?Mass absence from classes/holding agitations, demonstrations and instigating violence inside or outside the campus are considered breach of discipline and will be severely dealt with ?Theft of articles is punishable. Students finding articles not belonging to them should hand over the same to the Manager Administration and HR ?Students are strictly forbidden from collecting money for any purpose without the permission of the Director GENERAL DISCIPLINE RULES 30
  • 33. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS ANTI-RAGGING Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited within the Institute premises or any other part of Institute Campus and its Hostels. Usage of Mobile Phones during class hours is strictly Punishment for ragging includes rustication of a student or prohibited. students for a specific number of years/cancellation of the result of the examination in which s/he may have appeared. Students may submit their fee in six installments for each It may be noted that the Institute takes a serious view of any trimester on the due date failing which they need to pay the individual/group that indulges in verbal threats, taunts and fine. For payments made to the institute, only an amount up to harassment and physical intimidation, assault, etc rupees one thousand can be deposited in cash. For any In case of complaints regarding violation of ragging or other amount above rupees one thousand, the mode of payment rules and regulations, disciplinary action will be taken and may would be either cheque or demand draft. include expulsion from the Institute Complaints regarding violation of ragging or other disciplinary rules should be brought to the notice of the Grievance Redressal and Discipline Committee including the Director Ragging for the purpose of these rules, ordinarily means any act, conduct or practice by which dominant power or status of senior students is brought to bear on students freshly enrolled or students who are in way, considered junior or inferior by other students and includes individual or collective acts or practice which : 1. Involve the status, dignity, and honor of students; 2. Violate the status, dignity, and honor of students; 3. Violate the status, dignity, and honor of students belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Tribes; 4. Express students to ridicule and contempt and affect their self-esteem; 5. Entail verbal abuse and aggression, indecent gestures and obscene behavior; 6. Any individual or collective act or practice of ragging constitutes gross indiscipline and shall be dealt with under this rule The Director of an Institute and the Grievance Redressal and Discipline Committee shall take immediate action on any information of the occurrence of ragging ?It is compulsory to gracefully wear the prescribed uniform on all formal occasion or as announced from time to time ?On other occasion both male and female students must dress modestly and be well groomed ?All students are advised not to wear precious and costly jewellery. The Institute authorities will not hold any responsibility for the loss MOBILE PHONES TUITION FEE RULES DRESS CODE 31
  • 34. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS LIBRARY RULES i. Every student must possess his/her ID card while way. Users doing so are liable to be fined heavily, apart making use of the LRC facility and produce the same to from being asked to pay the cost of the damage the LRC staff on entering the library. document. In case a user repeats the offence a second time, his/her LRC Membership is liable be impounded ii. While entering in the LRC, users/students should leave and the Membership Card will be terminated with their personal belongings such as bags, personal books, immediate effect. magazines, umbrellas, water bottle etc. at the counter reserved for this purpose. Only note-books and laptops xiv. While leaving the LRC, user should ensure that they are allowed for writing notes. carry only those books that are duly issued on their names, otherwise disciplinary action will be taken iii. All the members must produce their Identity Card on the against them. Circulation Counter at the time of issue/return of the books. The LRC Staff may refuse entry to those who do xv. Any user/student found stealing a book, tearing off not produce valid Identity Card. leaves of a book or damaging or mutilating a book, shall be liable to pay cost of the document(s) (books, iv. Students are allowed to have academic discussions in journals/magazines, news-papers, etc.) and a fine of the LRC and students ensure that their discussions Rs.500/- in addition. In this regard, the Discipline should not disturb other readers. Committee will be requested to take appropriate action v. Users should maintain peace in the LRC and should not against the defaulting user/student. disturb other readers. Defaulters will be debarred from xvi. The LRC rules and regulations shall be modified from LRC facilities. time to time and shall be binding on all concerned. vi. Chatting loudly, eating, drinking, smoking, listening to xvii. All LRC members are expected to read the notice board phone and music is strictly prohibited in the LRC for library notices and other latest updates about the Premises. LRC. vii. LRC users are requested to keep their mobiles off or in silent/vibration mode. Failure to do will be debarred from LRC usage. viii. No document issued brought to the library unless for returning. ix. Users are responsible for complying with copyright act while photocopying library documents. x. LRC follows open access book system. Books should be handed over to the LRC staff on duty or placed on the reading table. Books should not be shelved by the readers. It must be remembered that a book misplaced is a book lost. xi. LRC users must assure, before leaving the Issue Counter as to whether the books are in a complete and sound condition or not, otherwise s/he will be held responsible for any damage if the book is found damaged in any manner. xii. Users/students leaving the LRC should permit the LRC staff to examine their personal belongings, to prevent slippage of LRC material, even by default. xiii. Users/students of the LRC should not deface, mark, cut pages mutilate or damage the reading materials in any 32
  • 35. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS COMPUTER LAB RULES Ÿ ŸFor color Printouts: Charges are Rs 10/- per page. while coming and going out of the lab. ŸFor Laser Printer: Charges are Rs 2.00/- per Page. ŸNo food or drinks allowed in the computer lab at any time. ŸPhotocopy: Charges are Rs. 1.00/- per Page. ŸNo shouting, loud talking or cell phone use allowed inside the ŸUsers are expected to keep the computer lab neat and tidy and labs. if needed should clean up the area around the computer they ŸStudents are not permitted to install, modify or delete any used before they leave. software on lab computers. ŸProtect your security- Shut Down the computer before leaving ŸScheduled classes in the labs have priority over all other uses. the computer lab. ŸUser data files should be saved on your network drive (H drive) ŸAny Physical damage to the system or any lab property will lead each user is provided 35 MB Space on the H: drive. to the punishment in the form of cash payment. ŸAll new users are provided with new individual User-id & Email- ŸStudents who do not follow the above rules will be suspended id. from the lab for 7 days. ŸLab timing (9:00 am to 5.00 pm) on all working days. ŸThe computer lab is not responsible for problems caused by The campus is fully digital and all gadgets, including laptops, computer viruses. Improper use of the equipment, or loss of digital cameras and mobile phones would need to be pre- data due to equipment malfunctions or any other reason. screened for security measures. ŸEquipment in the computer lab may not be removed, modified, 1. Please do carry your laptop along with you and get the relocated, or disassembled without permission of the lab configuration verified with the IT department at the Institute coordinator. after registration. ŸThe computer lab resources are prohibited from usages for any 2. Please note for security measures, the Institute would install illegal or disruptive purposes. a password protected firewall on your system for accessing the Wi-Fi network across the campus.ŸReproduction of any copyrighted material (e.g., Software, music, video, books, photographs etc.) is prohibited. 3. The Institute has arrangements for students to buy local numbers directly through mobile vendors. There would beŸDisplaying of offensive graphic images by way of Internet mobile phone operators on campus during induction week.Explorer or other software is not permitted. Chatting, playing games is not allowed. ŸLab equipment and software problem should be reported to the lab personnel immediately. Students should make an entry in the lab register every time LAPTOP, INTERNET AND MOBILE PHONE 33
  • 36. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS HOSTEL RULES The Institute is fully residential. There are separate hostels for boys and ?Although the visitors are allowed to the hostel, yet they are not allowed girls within the premises of the campus. The following Hostel rules will be to stay overnight in the hostel without the specific written permission by binding on the hostel residents from the date and time of allotments of the Hostel In charge/Director. Visitors must leave the hostel by 8 P.M. in the hostel seat. winters and 9 P.M. in summers The Hostel rules have been framed to minimize inconvenience to the ?Visitors to the Girls’ hostel shall remain limited to her parents and hostler and maintain law and order in the hostel as well as the relatives whose names have been given by the parents at the time of neighbourhood. Violation of any rule will render the student liable to be admission punished / Expelled from the hostel / institute. ?No male visitors including the father/brother/visitors and our own boys’ ?Allocation of rooms and room partner is done on random basis student etc. are allowed inside the room of the girls’ hostel. Similarly, no female visitors including mother/sister and our own girl’s students ?Hostel shall be managed by a committee under the direction of a etc. are allowed inside the room of boys’ hostel committee of Faculty coordinators, Hostel In charge and the Administrative officer ?A complaint register shall be maintained in each hostel. The warden shall examine the register weekly, take remedial/corrective actions and ?Each student shall be responsible for upkeep and security of bring the problems to the notice of the Director furniture/fixtures of the room ?He/she shall handover the room with its fittings and fixtures at the time of vacating of the room Institute will provide transport facility as per the transport policy guidelines. ?He/she is liable to be charged for damages caused by him/her to the Hostel Property Besides the handy first aid facility, the institute has a Medical Room and?The Institute’s maintenance staff would carry out cleaning of rooms an experienced doctor in campus twice a week, in addition to beingunder the students’ surveillance. Laundry facilities are available, available on call round the clock.though students may chose to wash & dry their own clothes ?Possession or consumption of cigarettes, liquor, drugs and intoxicants in any form the hostel is strictly prohibited. Violation of these rules will The institute has a cafeteria inside the campus which doubles up as a render the student to be expelled from the hostel. He/she may even be mess (open all throughout the year) during meals. The food made rusticated from the Institute available would be hygienic and of good quality. The cafeteria would be equipped with snacks, regular stationary items, and mobile recharge?Possession or use of fire arms, knife blade (length in excess of four coupons also.inches), explosives of any description, such as items (acid, poison etc.) which can cause severe hurt to a person etc. is unlawful and prohibited. All the students need to adhere to the cafeteria/mess timings, and are Violation of this rule will render the student liable to be expelled from expected to maintain the decorum of the institute. the hostel. He/she may even be rusticated from the Institute ?Students indulging in physical fights, use of abusive and threatening language, use of force to get an unfair act accomplished, etc. are liable to be punished. They are liable to be expelled from the hostel/Institute ?Students shall endeavor to reduce electricity bill to the barest minimum. They shall switch off the lights when leaving the room. Occupants are liable to be fined `100/- or more when found defaulting on this account ?Use of cooking, electric appliances, room heater / immersion rods, electric iron etc is strictly prohibited. Use of room heaters / emersion rods will attract heavy fine besides disciplinary action. They will also lose their appliances ?Playing music/record player etc. loud enough to cause disturbance to his/her neighbour is prohibited. Long and loud conversations on cellular phones can also be carried out only with the explicit consent of the room partners. Defaulters are liable to be punished ?Maintaining contacts with criminal, unlawful organizations are strictly prohibited. Students indulging in such acts will be severely dealt with, including expulsion from the hostel/institute ?Students are not expected to leave the hostel for a night without written permission of the hostel in charge. Leave application must be approved by the Director also. Also no leave would be granted without written request from the parent/guardian. Any leave sanctioned without written request from the parent/guardian must be countersigned by the parent/guardian and submitted to the office (Hostel In charge) on his /her return from the leave of absence ?All students are expected to return to their respective rooms by 10 P.M. TRANSPORT FACILITY MEDICAL FACILITY CAFETERIA 34
  • 37. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS SOCIAL MEDIA ETIQUETTES Online habits are changing rapidly from a closed, private ?Avoid discriminatory, defamatory or derogatory remarks behavior towards an open and sharing culture. While this may ?Respect others’ points of view and be polite bring about positive results in you as a student, it is important ?Be sensitive to cultural differencethat you also follow basic social networking etiquettes. Please note that within the Institute, you will be treated as an adult ?Do not ‘flame’ other students, faculty or staff (flaming is and due freedom would be provided to you to pursue various attacking another or being harsh or hostile) academic and social activities. It is important to remember ?Do not post without confirming the authenticity of anythat increased responsibility and higher levels of accountability information regarding your peers, faculty members oraccompany this freedom. Please make sure you observe basic institutesocial courtesies when you are posting to a discussion forum or different social networking sites. ?Many good companies have started scanning through social profiles of potential recruits. Keep that in mind while beingThe given below guidelines apply to using Moodle (LMS), active on social networking platformsTwitter, Face book, Orkut or other social media: ?Create your LinkedIn profile and start connecting with your?Do not invade in other people’s privacy or pass personal faculty members, peers, alumni and others. This network willcomments about people help you in future ?Do not post pictures of other people without seeking ?A small unintentional post on social networks can create bigpermission viral effects. It is advisable to use social networking sites ?Avoid tagging without prior approval from the concerned responsibly and ethically person 35
  • 38. GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS PLACEMENT RULES ŸThe Institute is committed to provide support in the final No Placement Facilitation for a student who: placements to all students who have successfully complete 1. Does not attend a process despite nomination having their programme of studies (PGDM) and also maintain good been given conduct throughout the programme 2. Withdraws from the process mid–way ŸThe Institute will make every endeavor to invite as many 3. In the placement process, s/he:companies as possible for campus placement. Students must be however prepared to go to the company’s office or a. Tells the company that s/he does not want to join them selection venue for any part or the complete selection b. Speaks negatively about the company or Jaipuria process as required by the recruiting company c. Is found doctoring his/her resume submitted at CIC ŸAll students are required to be well groomed and in d. Talks directly to the company representative / executive atinstitute’s prescribed formals for all pre-placement talks as any time other than pre-placement talkwell as the complete selection process whether organized in the campus or the company’s office or selection venue. Non- e. Asks any irrelevant question or behaves in an compliance will result in debarring the student from joining unacceptable way during the pre-placement talk in pre-placement talk and or appearing for the selection f. Misbehaves with Training & Placement team process g. Deliberately jeopardizes any other student’s chances of ŸAttendance in pre-placement talks, personality development getting selected and preparatory classes (including mock interviews) is ŸThe students are required to follow a dress code at the timecompulsory for all the eligible students of their placement selection process. In case any student ŸThe Corporate Interface Cell (CIC) of the Institute will provide fails to follow the code s/he may not be allowed to appear only one job offer to each student, after which s/he will for the process. The dress code is as follows : cease to be on the list of eligible candidates for placement. ŸFor Girls: Either institute’s uniform or Black Trouser (or BlackFailure to accept the first offer will mean and imply that the Formal Executive Skirt) with White Shirt along with blue scarfinstitute will no longer be extending its placement support to or institute’s tie / Blue Tiesuch a student and s/he will be required to arrange for final and / or summer placement on his / her own ŸFor Boys : Either Uniform or Black Corporate Suit, white shirt with Institute’s Tie/ Blue TieŸThe CIC will notify through group mail and on the Placement Notice Board all recruitment requests received from the ŸEven after placement every student is required to maintain companies with as much of details as made available. proper discipline and conduct as per the rules of the Applications will be invited from interested and eligible (as Institute. In case of any non-compliance or an act of per the criteria, if any, specified by the recruiting company) indiscipline, the Institute may be constrained to debar the students. It is the duty of every student to regularly see the defaulting student from participating in the Convocation / Group mail/Placement Notice Board and comply with the write to the company to withdraw the appointment offer / or announced datelines. No late applications / requests will be award any other punishment as the Institute may think entertained appropriate ŸThe decision to apply or not by eligible students will purely ŸEvery student has the option of arranging his / her own be their own. However, if any eligible student decides not to placement, i.e., opting out of the placement support of the apply to three companies, s/he will disqualify himself / Institute. All such requests must be submitted in writing to herself from the placement support of the Institute the CIC before the commencement of the placement process. In case a student would like to withdraw from theŸIn case of a large response to a recruitment opportunity Institute’s Placement support after the commencement ofeither exceeding the maximum number of applications the Placement Process, s/he may be allowed to do sorequired by the recruiter or deemed fit by the CIC, selection provided s/he is not amongst students whose interview/of number of resumes to be sent will be based on CGPA, selection process is under progressEmployability Assessment rating / grade, attendance in pre- placement talks and personality development & preparatory ŸThe Institute reserves the right to change / modify any or all classes (including mock interviews), and / or any other of the above stated Placement rules and procedures criteria decided by the CIC. The decision of the CIC will be whenever found necessary. All changes / modifications will final and binding on all the students be communicated to the students ŸIt will be mandatory for all short-listed students to appear for the selection process / interview. Any withdrawal / no-show will debar the student from placement assistance of the Institute 36
  • 39. CONTACT DETAILS OF INSTITUTE OFFICIALS AND FACULTY Sr. No. Name Extn. 1. 2. 3. Dr. J P Upadhyay Dr. J K Mishra Dr. Nitin Merh 301 305 308 ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION Designation Director Assistant Dean Academics & Programme Chair Assistant Dean Student Affairs Sr. No. Name Extn. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Mr. Rahul Bairagi Ms. Parul Grover Ms. Deepshikha Chavan Mr. Yogendra Dixit Ms. Pratibha Dixit Mr. Manoj Sagar 325 327 303 ----- 354 331 ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT Designation Manager Administration and Human Resource Assistant Manager Human Resource E.A. to Director Admin Assistant Admin Assistant - Hostel Sr. Manager-Projects Email rahul.bairagi@jaipuria.ac.in parul.grover@jaipuria.ac.in deepshikha.chavan@jaipuria.ac.in yogendra.dixit@jaipuria.ac.in pratibha.dixit@jaipuria.ac.in manoj.sagar@jaipuria.ac.in Sr. No. Name Extn. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Prof. Aditi Naidu Prof. Arindam Saha Prof. Charu Dubey Prof. Devika Trehan Prof. Jagdish Bhagwat Prof. Kalyani Parmal Dr. Megha Jain Dr. Pooja Singh Kushwaha Dr. Priti Bakhshi Dr. Romi Sainy FACULTY Email aditi.naidu@jaipuria.ac.in arindam.saha@jaipuria.ac.in charu.dubey@jaipuria.ac.in devika.trehan@jaipuria.ac.in Jagdish.bhagwat@jaipuria.ac.in kalyani.parmal@jaipuria.ac.in megha.jain@jaipuria.ac.in pooja.singh@jaipuria.ac.in priti.bakhshi@jaipuria.ac.in romi.sainy@jaipuria.ac.in 312 306 338 332 319 311 321 318 307 320 37
  • 40. CONTACT DETAILS OF INSTITUTE OFFICIALS AND FACULTY Sr. No. Name Contact Details 1. 2. Ms. Sonam Mulchandani Ms. Priyanka Chhabriya sonam.mulchandani@jaipuria.ac.in priyanka.chhabriya@jaipuria.ac.in PROGRAMME OFFICE Designation Executive Assistant (PGDM) Executive Assistant (PGDM) Extn. 326 326 Sr. No. Name Contact Details 1. 2. Mr. Prashant Khatri Ruchika Harrison prashant.khatri@jaipuria.ac.in ruchika.harrison@jaipuria.ac.in ACCOUNTS OFFICE Designation Executive Associate - Accounts Executive Assistant - Finance & Accounts Extn. 335 ---- Sr. No. Name Contact Details 1. Mr. Vipul Bansal Vipul.bansal@jaipuria.ac.in LIBRARY Designation Executive Associate Library Extn. 336 Sr. No. Name Contact Details 1. 2. Mr. Amit Singh Rathore Mr. Pawan Nirbhawan Amit.rathore@jaipuria.ac.in Pawan.nirbhawan@jaipuria.ac.in IT DEPARTMENTS Designation Assistant Manager – IT IT Assistant Extn. 333 333 Sr. No. Name Contact Details 1. 2. Mr. Gautam Pandey Ms. Teena Rawal Ms. Sakshi Dawar Ms. Kalyani Teny gautam.pandey@jaipuria.ac.in Teena.rawal@jaipuria.ac.in Sakshi.dawar@jaipuria.ac.in kalyani.teny@jaipuria.ac.in ADMISSION OFFICE Designation Manager (Admissions) Senior Counsellor Counsellor Counsellor Extn. City Office 337 499 City Office 39
  • 41. CONTACT DETAILS: OUTSIDE FACILITIES AND SERVICES EMERGENCY NUMBERS Police: 100 Fire: 101 Ambulance: 102/108 HOSPITAL NUMBERS Rajshree Hospital: 0731 2445566 Bombay Hospital: 0731 4077000 Bhandari Hospital: 0731 5003333 TRANSPORTATION Metro Taxi: 0731 4288888 Star Cab: 0731 6333333 Travel Agent (Ticket Wala): 09977850500 RAILWAY Railway Enquiry: 139 AIR Jet Airways: 2544590 Indigo: 2520378 Air India: 2431595 HIGHWAY Highway Helpline: 0731 3290115 40
  • 42. HOW TO REACH INDORE Indore is well connected with the other bigger cities of the country via a large network of road s, air and railways. It has good connections with almost all the major domestic air routes. The airlines operating flights to Indore include Indian Airlines, Jet airways, Jetlite and Kingfisher airlines. The airport provides free wireless internet connectivity using Wi-Fi. Besides, an international airport has also been proposed for consideration. Commuting facilities within the city of Indore is an easy mode with the international admiration for AICTSL transport services that has been a model for major Indian metro cities. Far away from the bustling metro life, calm & contented life style add to Indore as an ideal destination for any career aspirant who embarks for pursuit of knowledge. ABOUT INDORE Indore , popularly known as Mini Mumbai, is the commercial capital of ŸTouchtel- The first private landline telephone service launched in Madhya Pradesh with a bulk of its trade coming from Large , Mid and Indore Small Scale manufacturing industries. These industries range from ŸMajor Software exports units Computer Science Corporation , Automobile to Pharmaceuticals and from Petrol refineries to Textile, Impetus Computing system, Suvi Information Systems and Thyron. Education and metal works industries. All these beget to make Indore as central India’s biggest learning and quality educational hub. To name few of them ŸIndian Institute of management Indore (IIM) ŸIndian Institute of Technology Indore (IIT) ŸMahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, (MGM) ŸRaja Ramanna Center of Advanced Technology-Research Center on LASER and Accelerator Technology, under the department of Atomic Energy, GoI Indore, the 15th largest city of India is full of kaleidoscopic hues right from its historical perspective of the kingdom of Holkars up to its contemporary association with Raja Ramanna Center of Advanced Technology. During the days of Maratha Empire it was an important halt between the Deccan and Delhi. Cheerful hospitality, pleasant evenings being situated on plateau of Malwa, a home to the people of all colours , language and culture, colourful festive environment and being famous in the name of Detroit of India for its SEZ makes it perfect place for setting up industries and top class educational institutions. 41

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