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  2. 2. World over, only about 5% of the business schools pass the muster in acquiring AACSB accreditation andTAPMI is one of those to sail through. TAPMI is amongst theonly two institutes in INDIA to have the AACSB accreditation. 1
  3. 3. FROM THE DIRECTORS DESK range of management disciplines. It provides a dynamic environment where theory is put into practice & educates them to manage work, society and life. The best testament of TAPMIs efforts and excellence is the increasing number of campus recruits every year. TAPMI prides in making job- ready managers in its graduates and builds a strong emphasis on enterprise and innovation. Our students are assertive, and they derive pride from their achievements for the institutions that they serve. TAPMI has been providing high-quality, innovative business education over the years and integrates aThe AACSB accreditation is the hallmark of traditional approach with broader environmental,excellence in mission driven value-based societal and ethical context relevant to todayseducation. The primary focus is to strive and businesses. Teaching methods have beenharness excellence in research, teaching and designed to identify the unique abilities of thespecified learning goals. students. They are taught to strengthen the criticalTAPMI joins an elite membership of fewer than 5% thinking, teamwork, creative and leadership skillsof the business schools worldwide. and be able to communicate ideas in aInternationally, specific research works found that collaborative environment.AACSB-accredited schools provide high TAPMIans are well prepared and gain real worldacademic standards, a dedicated faculty and insights in making the most. Research shows thatexceptional students. 89% of b-schools report that having AACSBThe mission-critical culture and the thorough Accreditation helps them to produce higherprocess orientation enable students to internalise caliber, better educated graduates who are morethese aspects at an abstract level so much so that desirable to prospective employers, who can makethey are job-ready, mission-oriented and are appropriate choice between conflicting ends andhighly adaptive to any organizational climate. who are tolerant to ambiguity and diversity. TheyThere is a constant commitment to cultivate develop confidence and contribute great insightsmeaningful interactions between students and a from their experiences with the drive to succeed inqualified faculty to bring unique insights into all types of organizations. For them, there are nobusiness. right or wrong decisions; there are only acceptableThe Institute is committed to Outcome-Based or unacceptable consequences. This is theLearning (OBL) with a clear vision on the learning- essence of a TAPMIan.goals of the programme. The courses are Our pioneering vision is to encourage studentsdesigned to continually bench-mark against the from diverse backgrounds to become highlyrequirements of the industry and the knowledge of productive business professionals. I am confidentthe changing industrial scenario. that your visit will benefit you and your organization.This would enable the students to be competent I look forward to seeing you at the TAPMI campus.professionals and to attain specific intendedlearning outcomes. TAPMI brings together a wide R. C. Natarajan, PhD 2
  4. 4. INVITATION FROM CHAIRPERSON - MIPDear Patron,I have immense pleasure in presenting before you, the 30th batch of PGDM students numbering 302and a relatively smaller 3rd batch of 24 PGDM-Healthcare students. These students have beenhandpicked by us after putting them through a rigorous selection process to ensure high input qualityand hence they happen to be some of the brightest minds in our country. Over two years they would beexposed not only to a highly competitive academic environment, but also to a host of events meant tohone their managerial skills.With students from such diverse educational backgrounds, ranging from Biotechnology to Law andPharmacy to aeronautics, it is my belief that no matter what the type of organization yours is, you wouldbe able to find at least one suitable candidate to handle any assignment.The support you had extended for summer placements 2012 was overwhelming, with 64 top notchCompanies selecting 248 students and we are optimistic of a higher turnout of Companies for the2013 exercise.While I have a deep sense of gratitude for your patronage shown in the past, I solicit support of all yourecruiters for summer internships 2013 for which the selection and screening of students byCompanies would commence in September 2012 for the two months internship which would beduring April-May 2013.Thank you in anticipation. Warm regards, S. Sudeep Kumar Associate Professor & Chairman (MIP) 3
  5. 5. WHY RECRUIT AT TAPMI? • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is the oldest and toughest accreditation organization in the world. Headquartered at Tampa, Florida, US, the organization has been in existence since 1916. (Please visit: www.aacsb.edu) • The Association deputes a team of peers, who are Deans of reputed Business Schools in the West, highly knowledgeable in management education and research, thoroughly conversant in the quality processes and are highly respected in academic circles. • As in April 2012, there are close to 50 business schools in India that have sought AACSBs membership or accreditation. Only two have succeeded so far in getting accredited, TAPMI being one of them. CREDIBILITY • TAPMI is one among the very few business schools in the country that was awarded an A-Triple Star rating by CRISIL in early 2011. • Accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with Five Stars. • Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) with an A rating. • TAPMI is a founding member of Indian Placement Reporting Standards (IPRS). The objectives of these standards are to bring in transparency in reporting placement and summer placements data and sharing the same with all our esteemed stakeholders. 4
  6. 6. Green Campus Solar Treatments Rain Water Harvesting Water Treatment Plants TAPMI INFRASTRUCTURE WiFiAccess to an Indoor Sports State-of-the-art Classrooms Stadium of International Eco-friendly Infrastructure Standards 5
  7. 7. MISSION"We are committed to excellence in post graduate “Quality ismanagement education, research and practice by not an Act,nurturing and developing global wealth creators andleaders. We shall continually benchmark ourselves but a Habit”,against the best-in-class institutions. We shall foster said Aristotlecontinuous learning and reflection, achievement-orientation, creative interdependence, and respect fordiversity with a holistic concern for ethics, environment At TAPMI,and society." we believe in this strongly… 6
  8. 8. CORE FACULTY VISITING FACULTYName Qualifications Name Organization / Place 7
  9. 9. PROGRAMMES “The course structure here is continuously revised to meet the e v e r- c h a n g i n g i n d u s t r y requirements. We ensure that the learning environment enables the students to explore their personalities and evolve continuously to fit themselves into the social and corporate strata.” Prof. Gururaj Kidiyoor Associate Dean - AcademicsPGDMThis programme is accredited by the National analyze numerous cases, but also engage inBoard of Accreditation (NBA), India and several course-based term projects, developapproved by the All India Council for Technical business plans and make presentations.Education (AICTE). TAPMI, with its more than TAPMIs programme is known for the rigor of itstwo decades of experience in management assessment processes – assessment eventseducation, emphasizes practice and include short quizzes, class presentations,experiential learning through the case method class participation and discussion, projectof teaching. Students here not only need to reports and long examinations.PGDM - HEALTHCARE (HC)Manipal is host to a large number ofinstitutions offering medical educationand hence TAPMI, with more than 25 yearsof experience in management education,has a unique advantage to offer a world-class management programme in thisfield. This 2 year programme wasapproved by AICTE on 18th August 2010.Essentially, it is a Managementprogramme with healthcare orientation,because of which, the foundation coursesfor 1st year would be similar to that ofregular PGDM. However, for the 2nd year,both the compulsory/elective courses areexclusive to healthcare management. 8
  10. 10. List of Courses PGDM PGDM-HC Term 1 Business Statistics Business Statistics Basics of Accounting Basics of Accounting Organizational Theory & Practice Organizational Behavior Microeconomics Health Economics Marketing Management – 1 Marketing Management Management Communication Management Communication Problem Solving & Decision Making Term 2 Organizational Behaviour Management of Healthcare Organizations Marketing Management ‐ 2 Macroeconomics Financial Management – 1 Financial Management - 1 Management Accounting IT for Business Macroeconomics Healthcare Systems and Policies in India Operations Research Operations Management Operations Management‐1 Term 3 Business Law Strategic Management Operations Management ‐ 2 Healthcare Law Marketing Research Marketing Research in Healthcare Human Resources Management Healthcare Human resources Management Financial Management – 2 Health Informatics Strategic Management Financial Management -2 IT for Business Alternate Systems and Practices of Medical Workshop on Entrepreneurship Management Systems• Post term 3, students go for Summer Internship (MIP Process) and on their return, choose their respective electives (Marketing, HR, Finance, Systems, Operations, etc.) for terms 4, 5 & 6. 9
  11. 11. Experiential Learning at TAPMIBrandScanBrandScan is a unique Market Research fair natural responses through the use of innovativeconducted by the students of TAPMI. In the 19 disguised games. Some of the researchesyears of its glorious existence, BrandScan has undertaken in BrandScan includecompleted more than 200 projects for various Advertisement Effectiveness, Competitorclients making it the largest market research fair Analysis, Media Planning, Product Testing,organized by a B-school in India. BrandScan Psychographic Analysis and Retailer Rolehas a unique way of eliciting unbiased and Analysis.AtharvaAtharva is a platform for the congregation of the features Sankalp – A Business plan contest & abrightest MBA talent in India who come together series of Management Games. Students fromfor three days of intense competition and top 30 Indian B schools (including IIMs, SP Jain,enriching experiences. It boasts of flagship Sydenham, XLRI, NITIE, XIME, etc.) haveevents like Young Business Leader, Quiz on the participated and enriched their learningBeach and Polemic - the big fight among the experience through Atharva over the years.doyens of the corporate world. The festival also 10
  12. 12. Horizon - The Finance ConclaveA student run initiative, the conclave bringstogether finance professionals from investmentbanks, commercial banks, mutual fund houses,credit rating agencies, business houses, as wellas, students, alumni and academicians todiscuss recent trends and emerging issues inthe industry, the challenges and opportunitiesthey present and the way ahead. The centraltheme of Horizon 2012 is “The New EconomicOrder Post Crisis: Political Reforms, Regulationsand Inclusive Growth”.Some speakers from the industry for Horizon2011 were:Mr. Abhay Patkar Mr. Gurudas PaiVP, Indian Financial Institutions Director - Debt Capital Markets, RBSYes Bank VP, Indian Financial InstitutionsMr. Ramakrishna V Mr. Vedvyas RaoSenior Management Consultant VP, Investment BankingKPMGDisha - An HR ConclaveThe conclave provides an intellectual platformfor the industry and academia to interact. Someof the key industry people that Disha saw thisyear were:Mr. Narasimha Prasad Mr.K. SubramanianHead of People Tech & Ops Vice PresidentJAPAC, Google Ma Foi RandstadMr. Anand Rego Mr. Girinarayanan GGlobal Head Recruitment Director, HR, GEMarketing, ANZ Energy 11
  13. 13. Abhyudaya - The Healthcare ConclaveThis was the first Healthcare conclave of TAPMI in 2011, it went with full swing as corporatepersonalities from across the Healthcare sector showered the wealth of knowledge on enthusiasticstudents of the institute.Some speakers from the industry were:Dr. Ratnakar Mr. Joy ChakrabortyDirector Strategy Director - AdministrationDr. Reddys Laboratories Ltd Hinduja National HospitalMrs. Vinayambika Dr. B. KrishnamurthySenior VP – Healthcare NABH Empanelled AssessorCognizant Technology Solutions Indian Healthcare ServiceOutboundThis week long programme requires students to gothrough a series of activities in a challengingenvironment where even the simplest tasks requireplanning, leadership, communication and team-work. After going through this experience, studentsreflect on their learning. Students are expected tomake sense out of uncertainty with the limitedresources available and realize the importance ofteamwork, communication and physical fitness aswell as develop sensitivity towards the environmentSocial Endeavour GroupBelieves in the mantra of “Giving it back to thesociety”. It was established with the vision ofequipping students with practical knowledgeabout social work, welfare & development for thesociety. Students develop skills & insights intoworking with people at the individual, group andcommunity level.Pratibimb - TAPMIs e-MagazineIt is the conglomeration of the various opportunity to the students of TAPMI & the bestspecializations in MBA (Marketing, Finance, brains across country to exhibit their creativeHR, Systems and Operations). Primarily skills. The magazine also strives to bring expertintended to provide insights into the plethora of inputs from the industry, thereby bringingknowledge that relate to the various academia and industry together.departments of Management and to give an 12
  14. 14. Summer Internships - Management in Practice (MIP)TAPMIs Summer Internship Programme or MIP insight and understanding about organizations(Management in Practice) is an eight week and their management practices under theprogramme that students undergo in the months expert guidance of an industry mentor. Theof April and May every year. Our Summer programme is divided into three phases runningInternship Programme or MIP provides unique parallel to the in-class learning.opportunities to the students to get a deeperPhase I - The Learning Phase: Students familiarize Phase III - The Report Presentation Phase: Studentsthemselves with the intricacies of an organization, by analyze their work and present their findings within ainteracting with a local SME for three days. theoretical framework. This phase consists ofPhase II - The Working Phase: Students are recruited rigorous evaluation by the faculty on presentationsby organizations for a period of 8 weeks during which and written reports presented by the students.they undertake a project to solve a real life businessproblem.Summer Internship 2012 and Final Placements Students Sep 17th Summer undergo Sep 17th Commencement of April internship - 22nd Placement 2012 preplacement talks 2013 2012 Week for 8 weeks Students Dec 3rd Final are Oct 1st Commencement of April - 8th Placement available 2012 preplacement talks 2013 2012 Week to report for work 13
  15. 15. Participating organizations - Summer Internship 2011 14
  16. 16. Batch Profile 2012 - 14Work Experience - Duration Area of Interest 15
  17. 17. Academic BackgroundWork Experience Domain 16
  18. 18. Places to Visit : Udupi | Sringeri | Kollur | Murudeshwara | Malpe | Agumbe | KudremukhFlight Durationfrom Major Cities to Mangalore:(In hours)Bangalore - 1 “Manipal is like the Nalanda of Yore and I am happy to seeChennai - 2 engineering, medicine, management and other disciplinesDelhi - 3 being taught in the same campus, an ideal environment forHyderabad - 1.5 research to flourish”Kolkata - 3.25Mumbai - 1.5 - Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam,Pune - 2 Former President of India 17
  19. 19. Contact us:MIP CellProf. Sudeep Kumar Ms. Kalindi BhatChairperson (MIP) Assistance Placement OfficerPh: +91 820 2701049 Ph: + 91 820 2701018Cell No: +91 97434 89093 Mob: +91 92414 63916Fax: +91 820 2570699 Fax: +91 820 2570699Email: sudeep.s@tapmi.edu.in Email: kalindi@tapmi.edu.in MIP TEAM MEMBERSAabhaa I P +91 9986299375Binny Sodhi +91 9986752447Libhy Krishnalayam +91 8746846541Md Kashif Haider +91 8747032495Nivedita Konduri +91 8747059646Pradeep Nadella +91 8747022369Shruti Dhanpal +91 8746848609Pratyush Kumar +91 9916832031Kavea Madhanagopal +91 8746826014 T. A. PAI MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE MANIPAL 576104, KARNATAKA Ph: +91 820 270 1060/1007 Fax: +91 820 257 0699 Email: mip@tapmi.edu.in Website: www.tapmi.edu.in