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  1. 1. Symbiosis institute of business management pune A Bird’s Eye View
  2. 2. Hi. I am Spidgey. I am one of the many sky dwellers hovering over the scenichills of Lavale. My fellow fliers tell me that this place is the residentialcampus of a top B school but truly speaking, it appears more like a hillstation to me. The brainy creatures here who they call students have a ballof a time on this campus.Getting a bird’s eye view is a lot of fun at SIBM Pune. You would find melooking at you through the window panes of classrooms when the classesare going on, in the canteen where students grab a quick bite so that theydo not miss their lectures, at the coffee shop and chaatwala where studentsflock like us birds, near the hostels and the recreation center where students head to after collegehours. Life is truly amazing at the picturesque SIBM Pune campus.With such an environment here, there is no doubt that this is the place where business leaders trulyevolve. Established in 1978, SIBM Pune is the flagship management institute of the SymbiosisInternational University. SIBM Pune started out 33 years ago and is now counted amongst the leading B-schools in India. SIBM Pune has also been consistently ranked among the best B-schools in India.Combining theory with practical business, classroom teaching with Management DevelopmentProgrammes, SIBM Pune offers its students a powerful mix of academic and contemporary businessknowledge.Did You Know?? Ratio of Work Experience Students to Freshers at SIBM Pune is 60:40
  3. 3. As I was sitting outside the Director’s cabin, here’s what I could hear. Perhaps, it is a message to allthose of you, who are aspiring to be a part of this institute. Dear aspiring students, As you are applying for SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) to be held on 19th December, 2010 and have given SIBM Pune as a preferred institute, I welcome you to the list of more than 50,000 students who want to enter SIBM Pune. At SIBM Pune, I assure you of an academic environment supported by lots of students driven activities. Ours is the only institute which offers specialization in fields of Marketing, HR, Finance and Operations within the first 45 days of enrolment. This gives competitive advantage to our students at the time of summer placements. During these first 45 days, beginning with 7th June 2011, students will be given in-depth knowledge of the above functional areas so that they make an informed choice for specialization. We provide value-added courses such as Econometrics, Stock Market Operations and Business Simulation exercises with a special input on Indian Corporate sector which is rarely taught anywhere else. We have a known track record of 100% placements. Our summer placements conversion into final job offers is one of the highest. Also, there is an outbound learning program organized every year. So, Dear students, all the best for your SNAP test. REMEMBER THAT THE SIBM CUT OFF IS ALWAYS THE HIGHEST. So work hard for it.
  4. 4. InfrastructureSituated 16 kms from the city of Pune, 2,200 feet above sea level across 300 acres of land, the studentshere say that studying in this place is truly an exhilarating experience. Classroom Library Boys’ Hostel Cafeteria Swimming Pool Badminton CourtsDid you Know?? SIBM Pune campus is a fully Wi-Fi enabled campus
  5. 5. Here is what the brainy creature’s a.k.a students have to say about the campus and infrastructure of thecollege. Varenya Vadlamani, MBA I (Finance) The infrastructure at SIBM Pune is definitely one of the most breathtaking features here, second only to the view from my window. My favorite infrastructural feature is the amphitheater. The exhilarating view from the Amphitheatre at night will definitely be one of those things that I will cherish forever. All the nights spent listening to songs and singing there will be at the forefront of my memories at SIBM Pune. For a first timer living away from home, SIBM Pune offers a „home away from home‟ experience. The hostels are very well equipped with easily accessible drinking water, hot water for the rooms and a common TV room. The simple little things that are done to make us feel at home sometimes tend to overwhelm me. From the complimentary midnight chai given during exams to the special shuttle buses to the city, SIBM Pune definitely goes the extra mile to make us comfortable. The campus also offers great recreational facilities. The cricket and football grounds, basketball court, table tennis, squash courts and tennis courts are absolutely world class. But of course, the hectic course doesn‟t allow us to use them too much. The amphitheater style classrooms equipped with projectors and sounds systems give us a truly professional experience in class. Learning in SIBM Pune is a continuous process and our surroundings help us to make the most of it!
  6. 6. Shawn Francis, MBA I (Finance)Life at SIBM Pune can be really hectic, even though we live amongst the clouds on beautiful hill in a 300 acre campus. My day starts early in the morning when I head to the gymnasium. There is the option of playing either a game of table tennis or pool or a session of aerobics in the recreation center. The remaining part of the day is taken up by lectures and assignments, brainstorming sessions, quizzes and the likes. After a long day, the guys unwind by playing a game of football under the flood lights and some of the girls enjoy a swim in the pool or play foosball. Many a time, movies areplayed in the auditorium which provides a breather from the hectic schedule, which comprises of studies and various competitions. That is life at SIBM Pune. Fast paced and fun. But moreimportantly, one in which you have the satisfaction of going to bed, knowing that today you are a little bit better today than what you were yesterday.
  7. 7. Strong Foundation of a rising dreamThis institute attracts students from diverse educational backgrounds from across the world. In order tobring all of them on a common platform, they undergo a Pre-induction course before joining. The pre-induction courseware helps them gain solid ground in the basics of subjects to which they have not beenexposed to earlier. Thus, engineers are thorough with the basics of economics and accounting whereascommerce graduates are well-versed with the fundamentals of statistics by the time regular classesstart. .Some courses are also made available to the students on the institute’s intranet. The studentsthus get ample opportunity to supplement their classroom learning with self-reading in the form of e-learning through these courses.Unceasing Quest for KnowledgeIn their quest for knowledge, the students here arrange symposia on different subjects and inviteeminent speakers to deliver lectures. These events benefit both the professionals and students by theexchange of thoughts during these seminars and lectures. Some of the events organized by the studentsare as follows:Alpaviram- Contemplating Vision 2020Inaugurated by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former President of India, Alpaviram –Contemplating Vision 2020was organized by the Corporate Interface Team at Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Pune.The event is about Vision 2020 set for the country by the former president himself. As we are only adecade away from the year 2020, Alpaviram signifies a pause; a pause to take a stock of the currentsituation and what needs to be done to achieve vision 2020.TranscendTranscend is SIBM Punes annual cultural extravaganza. Students from various management institutescompete in diverse competitions ranging from ad making and fashion shows to case studies and quizzes.It is a colorful event where a sense of camaraderie prevails and everyone has a gala time.Coffee with SIBMCoffee with SIBM is a unique mentorship program for MBA aspirants. SIBM Pune students visit variouscities and reach out to aspirants by helping them in choosing the right career path. The aspirants alsointeract with the students and gain an insight into the institute. Last year, this initiative was conductedby the Aspirant Relations Team of the Students’ Council in 18 cities.Did you Know?? The classes are designed amphitheatre style, which means it becomes very difficult tosleep in class
  8. 8. B-Quizzed @SIBMB-Quizzed@SIBM is a National Level Business Quiz Competition conceptualized by SIBM Pune, aimed atall MBA aspirants to give them an opportunity to test their business acumen and also provide them witha glimpse of the Business World. Events are frequently conducted by the B-School students, for the B-School students, but this is the first time an event is being organized on a national scale for MBAaspirants. B-Quizzed@SIBM is an event for students pursuing their undergraduate studies across thecountry. The event was conducted under the auspices of the Aspirant Relations Team.ImperioThe Corporate Interface Team, SIBM Pune organized Imperio 2009, a week-long series of interactiveworkshops and lectures. The event was held from the 9th of November to the 14th of November. Over aperiod of 6 days, the campus hosted 21 interactions involving top level executives from various sectorssuch as banking, advertising, aviation, manufacturing and services among others. The sessions coveredissues ranging from industry best practices, innovation in organizations and global challenges faced bythe corporate world, to opportunities in the advertising sector and banking and quality approaches tomanagement.Apart from these events, this year SIBM Pune played host to many important personalities whichinclude the Ex-President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Ex- CEO and Managing Director of TataConsultancy Services Mr. S Ramadorai, Prof.Bala.V. Balachandran, Founder& Dean of Great LakesInstitute of Management and a Professor at Kellogg, all of who came down to SIBM Pune to addressstudents.FacultyGuiding Success“When the student is ready, the master appears”, goes an old adage. The faculty in this institute is adiverse mix comprising seasoned industry professionals, consultants and academicians. Their variedbackgrounds and in-depth experience provide the students with valuable insights into the dynamic andchallenging world of business. With a student - faculty ratio of 15:1, it is ensured that the faculty as wellas the teaching methods adopted, enables better learning. These faculty members contribute greatly toshape the students into successful SIBMites by introducing them to different perspectives and inspiringthem to think beyond just the curriculum.
  9. 9. Prof Virendra Godbole has done his MA (Economics) and has completed his MBA and Ph.D. He has a combined industry experience of 10 years with various companies like Forbes Marshall, Krupp Industries, Mudra Communications Ltd, Economic Times. He has over 12 years of teaching experience. He has published over 50 articles in Economic Times. Dr.Shrirang Altekar is an alumnus of SIBM Pune. He has worked as an entrepreneur in the Garments and Construction sectors, starting and running his own enterprises. In 1999, he entered the Construction business and successfully completed several prestigious residential projects in prime areas of Pune. He today heads the SIBM Pune Centre for Corporate Education, Consulting and Training (CCECT) at the Lavale, Pune campus. He also holds a degree in Law and his core interest is shopper marketing. The area of his doctoral studies is in the same field. Prof. Rajesh Panda is an MA (Economics), IIM(A) and is pursuing a Ph D. He is an associate professor at SIBM Pune. He is the Corporate Interface chair and in-charge of the corporate training centre at Oman. He is one of the reviewers of marketing books for Pearson Education, one of the leading publishers of management books. He is a member of the Academic Council, Symbiosis International University and Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning. His subjects of expertise are Retail Management, Rural Marketing, Market Forecasting, Managerial Economics and has organised workshops or programmes for various companies like Godrej, HUL, ITC, IBM, Amdocs, Zensar, BMC Software, Mphasis, Wipro, CapGemini, WNS, BACS etc.SpecializationsA student studying in SIBM Pune can specialize in any one of the following streams1. Marketing2. Finance3. Human Resources4. Operations
  10. 10. Course CurriculumSIBM Pune follows a multi-disciplinary approach which enhances the scope for participatory learning.Here, lectures are combined with case studies, role plays, live projects, field assignments, games andoutdoor sessions to achieve overall development of students. This is aimed at making the studentscapable and competent in order to handle functional responsibilities right from Day 1 in their CorporateLife.The subjects covered in the curriculum are as follows Semester 1 Semester 2 A. External Subjects A. External Subjects a. Common for all Specializations a. Common for all Specializations Business Statistics Business Decision Analysis Micro Economics Business Law Financial Management Advanced Financial Management Managerial Accounting & Costing Organisational Behaviour Marketing Management Starategy Formulation & Implementation - 1 Human Resource Management Macro Economics Operations Management b. Specialisation Subjects b. Specialisation Subjects i. Marketing i. Marketing Advertising Management Sales and Distribution Management Consumer Behaviour Rural Marketing Market Research ii. Human Resources ii. Human Resources Performance Management Systems Manpower Planning Employment Laws - 1 Employment Laws - 2 HR Auditing and Accounting iii. Operations iii. Operations Quality Management Supply Chain Management - 2 Supply Chain Management - 1 World Class Manufacturing - 1 Six Sigma iv. Finance iv Finance Financial Regulatory Environment Commercial Banking Merchant Banking & Financial Services Corporate Finance Management of Financial Intermediaries B. Internal Subjects B. Internal Subjects Interactive Learning Systems - 1 Managerial Written Communication Managerial Oral Communications Interactive Learning Systems - 2 Applied IT Business IntelligenceDid you Know?? No need to wash your clothes, the laundry will do it for you
  11. 11. Semester 3 Semester 4 A. External Subjects A. External Subjects a. Common for all Specializations a. Common for all SpecializationsStrategy Formulation & Implementation - 2 Business Ethics & Corporate Governance Environment Management b. Specialisation Subjects b. Specialisation Subjects i. Marketing i. Marketing Customer Relationship Management Strategic Marketing Management Supply Chain Management Integrated Marketing Communication Services Marketing International Marketing Quantitative Models in Marketing Retail Management Product and Brand Management Industrial Marketing ii. Human Resources ii. Human Resources Training and Development Strategic HRM Negotiation & Conflict Management Current Trends in HRM Compensation Management Coaching, Mentoring & Counselling Balanced Scorecard International HR Leadership and Team Building HRD Instruments iii. Operations iii. Operations Operations Research Strategic Operations Management Operations Management - Services New Product Introduction Manufacturing Resources Planning Project Management World Class Manufacturing - 2 ERP Materials Management iv. Finance iv Finance Strategic Cost Management Strategic Financial Management Direct and Indirect Taxation Insurance Management Mergers, Acquisitions & Corporate Restructuring International Finance ManagementProject Finance and Infrastructure Financing Investment and Portfolio Management Financial markets - Ddevelopment & Regulation Futures, Options & Risk Management
  12. 12. Semester 3 Semester 4 c. Electives ( any two ) or c. Electives ( any two ) * Entrepreneurship ** Management lessons from Liberal Arts Consultancy Customer Relationship Management - Mkt Foreign Language Services Marketing - Mkt Business Simulation Negotiation & Conflict Management - HR Integrated Marketing Communication - Mkt Leadership & Team Building - HR Strategic HRM - HR Project Management - Ops New Product Introduction - Ops Six Sigma - Ops Insurance Management - Fin ERP - Ops Direct & Indirect Taxation - Fin Project Finance & Infrastructure Financing - Fin B. Internal Subjects B. Internal Subjects Interactive Learning Systems - 3 OSHE* Students have to take electives from specializations other than theirs** The subject Entrepreneurship will be allotted 4 credits (200 marks). Students could either choose this subject of200 marks or choose 2 subjects of 100 marks each.
  13. 13. This is what the students studying at SIBM Pune in different specializations have to say about theirexperiences so far in their respective specialization. Mahim Mongia, MBA II (Human Resources) A career in HR can be one of the most challenging, with a tremendous scope for faster growth in a growing competitive economy. While technology, systems and strategies can be easily replicated, human capital is difficult to replace and hence the fight for talent in the Indian industry. The talent pool of an organization and its HR systems enable effective implementation of strategy. These HR systems broadly include all stages of employee lifecycle right from recruitment, selection, induction to training and development, performance management, compensation, industrial and employee relations. An HR strategy comprising of these systems is then aligned to the business strategy. To enable this strategy, capable professionals are required and hence an institute like SIBM Pune; whose HR specialization is considered by the industry to be among the top 3 courses ( along with XLRI and TISS) in India; grooms future HR leaders. This is further validated by the large number of SIBM Pune alumni in HR leadership positions across global organizations. Highly experienced faculty imparting practical exposure, live projects, industry ready syllabus, workshops and lectures by industry experts- these things add to the solid foundation companies look for in HR managers. An excellent placement with varied profiles is then an obvious outcome of a rigorous yet fun-filled course. The older administration-intensive HR is giving way to the new strategic- value add HR. This era has no scope for past apprehensions like HR managers not becoming CEOs. HR as a profession is continuously evolving and so by choosing HR in SIBM Pune, you can be a part of that change.
  14. 14. Ashish Chabbra, MBA II (Marketing) Many would contend, the basis for marketing is the 4 Ps by PhilipKotler, but, for gaining a comprehensive understanding of the field,one more „P‟ is needed, that is, Passion. Marketing in simple words isabout knowing the pulse of the customer- about how you know what to offer, how to communicate with them and how best to deliver results in terms of revenue. An important aspect in the study of the beautiful subject is the dynamic nature of the consumer preference, acceptance and taste.So, the study is ever evolving and thus more interesting continually. Figuratively speaking, it is about having your ear to the ground and eyes to the sky, all the time! A successful marketer is not justreactive to the competitor‟s activities, but, also proactive to ensure the first mover‟s advantage is made full use of.Marketing at SIBM Pune in particular is one of the best decisions thatI personally took. Here learning takes place through various mediumsto ensure that the understanding is consistent with what is intended. The experienced faculty, both in-house and from the corporate, use a mix of methodologies, from handholding at the formative stage,to, throwing you in the deep sea- as the grades depend upon the live market based assignments and projects. Apart from the field and off-field assignments, corporate projects are available for students to apply to, and provide ample opportunity to learn and win accolades.The well-stocked library and the online databases available on thecampus bring the opportunities to learn, to another level altogether.This is exceedingly well complemented with real life cases andexperiences shared by the faculty who have spent enough time in theindustry to supplement the lessons with anecdotes of their own.
  15. 15. Kedar Bothe, MBA II (Operations)The Operations batch at SIBM Pune has been a trendsetter when it comesto academic discipline with due focus on knowledge and concepts that are learnt and implemented as well. The course structure for Operations at SIBM Pune tries to cover all aspects and industry practices related to Operations Management. Subjects like Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Total Quality Management, World Class Manufacturing,Basic & Advanced Operations Research, Manufacturing Resource Planning, Materials Management, Six Sigma focus on Manufacturing sector. Thereare subjects like Operations Management in Services, Enterprise Resource Planning and Project Management which focus on Services sector too. Thus one gets to see the holistic view of how businesses are run. Apart from usual academic schedule, students take up projects in a given industry as a part of Learning Lab initiative. The Operations Club, a student‟s initiative conducts case studycompetitions and guest lectures from various companies - the prominentones being i2 Technologies Pvt Ltd, Reliance Industries Ltd., MotorolaInc. etc. Plant visits like Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. (HCCB) Pune, Mahindra Automotive (Renault) Nashik etc are conducted to facilitate better understanding of concepts.The Operations batch of 2011 has people from diverse educationalbackgrounds. There is also a healthy mix of freshers and students withprior work experience in various sectors along with buddingentrepreneurs, which facilitates quality interaction and peer learning.
  16. 16. Hakim Allanabanda, MBA II (Finance) Finance at SIBM Pune equips you with the entire gamut of skill sets of knowledge, learning and application to thrive in the financial world. The well planned curriculum coupled with hands on experience of analytical tools provides an ideal mix of both classroom and practical training. Students are equipped with core finance subjects such as Corporate Finance, Commercial Banking along with the rationale and present status of financial intermediation right from the first semester. Courses on company valuation and live working sessions of the stock exchange only add to the learning and give students a feel of the financial world. Be it interaction with some of the best faculty, exposure to latest software‟s and familiarization with the latest trends, all are an integral part of the program, chalked out to give you the best possible experience of a B-school.At SIBM Pune, you get the edge of working with leading corporates onlive projects, which not only give you exposure to the actual industry but also help you in making an informed decision on the appropriate branch of Finance you want to work with. Above all, the chance of networking with some of the brightest minds and business leaders oftomorrow‟s corporate world provide the ideal motivating surrounding and peer learning setup.
  17. 17. A Student Driven InstituteSIBM Pune takes great pride in being a student-centric institute. Students here are entrusted withresources and responsibilities early on in their academic career. They are encouraged to take importantadministrative and policy decisions that sculpt their future and that of the Institute. This facilitates theirall-round development over and above academic performance. The Students Council is one suchstudent body responsible and accountable for numerous activities on the campus throughout the year.What follows below is a brief description of what each team in the Students’ Council does.The Alumni Team (AT) maintains the crucial link between the Institute and the 31 batches ofmanagement professionals that it has produced over the years. It ensures constant and fruitfulinteraction with the 4700+ strong alumni while at the same time strengthening their bond with theiralma mater. In addition to annual reunions, the team organizes alumni meets and dinners across thecountry to initiate and encourage communication among the alumni.The Aspirant Relations Team (ART) is the student interface for those aspiring to join the Institute. Withwide ranging activities like iAspire - the online portal, nationwide brand building campaigns, careercounseling sessions like Coffee With SIBM, Sizzlers & Silhouettes, online buddy programs and help lines,it aims to make the transition to student life at SIBM Pune smoother. B-Quizzed @ SIBM is a NationalLevel Business Quiz conceptualized by ART, aimed at all undergraduate (UG) students and MBA aspirantsto provide them with a glimpse of the Business World. The ART is also responsible for designing andexecuting the entire admissions process.The Corporate Interface Team (CIT) facilitates the interaction between the students and the corporateworld and augments the knowledge base of the students by establishing educative and beneficialinteraction between the two sides. Through various guest lectures and corporate interactions that areconducted regularly, the team ensures that the students are always updated with the trends in theindustry.The Co-Curricular Team (Co-CT) encourages and nurtures the overall development of personality andcharacter in the students and also encourages them to participate in various management and culturalevents in B-Schools across India. Through its events and activities, the team ensures that there is never adull day in the life of an SIBM Pune student.The Information Technology Team (ITT) harnesses the full potential of IT to assist efficient knowledgedissemination to the students. It is responsible for procuring software and imparting training in tunewith the latest industry trends.The Placement Advisory Team (PAT) focuses on securing the best summer internships and jobopportunities for every student in the Institute. It has broken records year after year to bring the mostrespected companies on campus to ensure the skills and talent of the students are well aligned with theprofile offered.
  18. 18. Research and Scholastic Development Team (RSDT) looks at identifying, conceptualizing, and executingresearch projects that have the potential to contribute to the ever changing landscape of businessmanagement.Centre for Excellence (CFE) is a student’s driven initiative to provide consultancy to Self Help Groups andhelp them overcome their shortcomings related to financial, marketing and operational activities. Thestudents thus handle immense responsibilities as their recommendations affect the livelihood of theSHG members. CFE is working on GI (Geographical Indication) registration for Paithani Sarees and is alsoan exclusive consulting and training partner for the Yashaswini Abhiyaan run by MP MrsSupriya Sule.
  19. 19. I have tweeted something below I overheard while I was sitting on one of the window panes of aStudents’ Council team room. Nitin Prabhu, MBA II (Operations) “When the student is ready, the teacher appears”, goes an old adage. You never know how and when you learn things. All that is necessary is a willingness to learn. The Students‟ Council at SIBM Pune has been one such experience for me. Having only heard about its activities earlier, I had the first tryst with its activities when I, as an aspirant attended the Admissions Process. I was so overwhelmed by the experience that I at once wanted to be a part of the Council, should I make it to the institute. The great part of the Students‟ Council here is that you are given total freedom in planning, designing and executing important events and activities of the institute like Placements, Admissions, Corporate Interactions, Institute Branding, Guest Lectures etc... With timely inputs and guidance from able faculty members, it is a great learning experience. It allows you to practically apply most of your theoretical learning in classes. And what is more important is that you are encouraged to learn from the mistakes that might happen. The most important take away from being in the council is it inadvertently grooms you well to take on responsibilities and proactively look out for opportunities and make the best use of them. The constant brain storming sessions, the intense detailing in the planning, working on contingencies, the innumerous night outs for ensuring the success of the events have all left us with sweet memories and a great set of colleagues who have become good friends now. In short, being a part of the Council has made us well equipped to handle the demands of the Corporate World.
  20. 20. Placements - Challenges Await You Since its inception, this institute has had an impeccable track record of placements. Students undergo screening tests and proficiency tests regularly in the first and second year of their MBA programme as a precursor to the placement season. Weekly Business Awareness Tests (BAT) are conducted to aid preparations for the Summer Internship Recruitment Program (SIRP). Similarly, Corporate Awareness Tests (CAT) and Domain Tests are conducted weekly to aid Campus Recruitment Program (CRP) preparations. In addition to these, exclusive Group Discussions (GD) and Personal Interviews are conducted for the students to help them with their placement preparations. Summer Internships On completion of two semesters of dedicated educational endeavor, students secure a two-month project with a business organization. This industry exposure helps them bridge the gap between classroom learning and market realities. Feedback from the respective organization helps students identify their strengths as well as areas of improvement. Placement Statistics-Batch of 2010 Particulars FiguresNo. of Recruiters 127Average Salary `9.25 LakhsHighest Domestic Salary `16.6 LakhsHighest International Salary `24 LakhsNo. of PPOs/PPIs 22/20
  21. 21. List of Recruiters - 2009 Bajaj Auto Finance Bob Capital Markets CLSA DLF Pramerica Life Insurance IDBI Fortis iFast Financial Services JPMorgan Services India Multi-Act Trade Investments O3 Capital Advisors Religare Enterprises Societe Generale Tata Capital Accenture Business Consulting Avalon Consulting BMR Advisors Deloitte Consulting Hewitt Associates Essar Group Godrej Industries Larsen & Toubro Tata Sons Welspun Group Aditya Birla Group - Textile & Apparel Agro Tech Foods Britannia Industries Coca-Cola India Dabur India GSK Consumer Healthcare Heinz India ITC Kellogg India LOreal India Marico MTR Foods Pepsi Foods Perfetti Van Melle India Reckitt Benckiser SABMiller India Whirlpool of India Dell International Services India Fidelity Business Services India Genpact India NetApp India SiliconIndia SunGard Technologies Wipro ACC Atlas Copco BP Ergo Cummins India John Deere India Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Kazi Industries Mahindra & Mahindra Tata Motors Voltas Dr. Reddys Laboratories Flora2000 Future Brands Idea Cellular Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Kingfisher Training And Aviation Services Madison CommunicationsDid you know?? Staying at SIBM Pune hostel does not mean you miss out on IPL and EPL. TVroom at the rescue!
  22. 22. Student DiariesNow, you may find it a little difficult to believe all that I have told you. After all I’m just a bird. But this iswhat some of the students studying here have to say. Karan Shah, MBA I (Marketing) The first thing that attracted me to SIBM Pune was its campus set amidst the hills of Lavale near Pune, breathtaking is a word that frails in comparison to the sheer beauty of the environs here. But after having spent about two quarters (MBA-speak) here I have found many things that I love about this institute; be it the student-driven culture, the amazing opportunities for learning, the superior facilities for recreation or the unique people that I‟ve met. It is usually the people that define your experience of an academic institute and SIBM Pune has not disappointed. I have learnt more here, over a cup of chai, bouncing ideas around with a trusted group of friends than anywhere else. The synergy of teamwork that I‟ve experienced here is unparalleled. The faculty here goes beyond their traditional roles as facilitators and actively mentor students to achieve greater success. All this combined with a visionary Director who has instituted many positive changes makes me sure that my life at SIBM Pune would be continue to be an enriching experience.
  23. 23. Vaishnavi Nayel, MBA I (Marketing) A new chapter of my life began on 7th June 2010; it marked thestart of my journey at SIBM Pune. It will always be one of the mostsignificant and memorable segments of my life and one that I know I will come to read and reread in the years to come.I remember the day I stepped into the portals of SIBM Pune with my parents, brother and luggage in tow. It was a sunny afternoon in early June and there was a whirlwind of exhilaration and anxiousness brewing within me. I had spent my summer envisaging life at SIBM Pune and since it was the first time I would be living away from home, I was giddy with excitement at the idea of campus life. In the first week, I met more people than I can remember,courtesy: the coffee shop. Soon we were inundated in assignments,foundation tests and presentations. Classes were engaging and kept us on our toes. I joined the Corporate Interface Team, and was involved in a variety of activities throughout the semester. Then,along came Transloocent, our inter-class fest. Waking up at dawn to practice for cultural events, lining up by the poolside to watchrelays in the evenings and lobbying for each of our classes created a remarkable bonhomie amongst us. I‟m just a semester old at SIBM Pune but it truly feels like home, and still my chapter has many a page that need penning. But I‟ve got one and a half years left, and you know what, I have a feeling my ink might just run out!
  24. 24. Sarah Matthews, MBA I (Human Resource) B-schools are a universe of the never-seen, whether you are a quasi- teenager or a 6 year working veteran. SIBM Pune is a portal to learning, experience and glory you wouldn‟t get elsewhere. As a student at this premier institute, this is my attempt to give you an inside view of life within this beautiful campus. SIBM Pune offers an opportunity and not schooling. I have learnt so much more than can be absorbed from books in this institute. Themethodology of teaching that is followed gives me a chance to broaden my thinking and look at every aspect of the problem presented. The enlightening talks of peers, corporate big wig‟s seminars, obscenely difficult case studies, insane night outs, cut throat competition etc. are all a part of the experience that I have had as apart of this college. There is always the „short-of-time‟ syndrome, but hey, that is what management is all about. Being a part of such an eclectic crowd and working in a team with people who are brimming with ideas, an experience that only SIBM Pune can offer. Sonali Deshmukh, MBA I (Finance) Coming to SIBM isn‟t just about getting an MBA degree. It‟s about the whole process of getting to your graduation day. And it‟s one helluva ride! It simply invades your life. My time here has been a frantic and immensely enjoyable melee of activities… making friends, rushing to class, submissions, deadlines, brainstorming and what not. These are the times when you learn about camaraderie, teamwork, meeting deadlines, eating late, sleeping even later, and fighting with friends… And you become addicted to this way of life, which makes you sound professional and a gem of a friend.
  25. 25. Niket Khaitan, MBA I (Finance) Challenging my thinking, that‟s probably what I‟m doing most of thetime at SIBM Pune. Life here is as simple as the process of unlearning and learning, constantly. The breath-taking location and brilliantinfrastructure act as catalysts and give us an unfair advantage in this process of learning.Academics at SIBM Pune are rigorous to say the least and that‟s for a good reason. We believe that a framework for questioning current management practices can only be built on a foundation of strongacademics. The pedagogy at SIBM Pune is built around the principlesof experienced teachers, open ended teaching, and the nurturing of argument. SIBM Pune strongly believes in the all-round development of its students and has arguably the best sports complex of any b-school inthe country. All in all, the brilliance of the students, provoked by the best of teachers, and aided by an awe-inspiring campus results in an MBA experience worth dying for.
  26. 26. Admissions 2011Now after all my chirping and tweeting, this is something that should interest you people.IntakeA total of 180 students shall be selected for the courseReservations within Intake  15% for SC and 7.5% for ST candidates  3% for ‘Differently Abled Candidates’ – blind, hearing impaired, orthopedic disorders or mentally Challenged. The minimum degree of disability should be 40% in order to be eligible.Reservations above Intake  15% seats for International Students  2 seats for children of migrants from J&K ValleyAdmission ProcessSIBM Pune will declare its shortlist on 18th January 2011 based on the Overall Score in SNAP 2010.There will be no Sectional Cut offs. Based on the shortlist, selected candidates will be called for furtherevaluation process which will consist of Group Interaction and Personal Interaction. The final merit listwill be based on the performance of a candidate at all the four levels. The weight age is as follows:Written Test (SNAP) : 50%Group Interaction : 25%Personal Interaction : 25%ScholarshipsGovernment of India – New scholarship scheme of Top Class Education for SC& ST students who secureadmission in the listed institutions according to the norms prescribed by the respective institutions andwhose total family income from all sources does not exceed Rs. 2.00 lakh per annum, will be eligible forthe scholarship under the scheme limited to the number of scholarships allocated to the institutesconcerned."NTPC Scholarship Scheme" for SC / ST / Physically Challenged students pursuing Full-time MBA coursewith specialization in HR / Finance as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) - The studentsbelonging to SC / ST / PC Categories who are in their second year of study pursuing MBA / PGDBM withspecialization in HR / Finance shall be eligible for this scholarship.
  27. 27. Important Dates: GD/GT/ PI Process 5th February to 9th February 2011 Final Merit List Display 21st February 2011 Last date for payment of fees 6th March 2011 Pre Induction Programme begins 1st April 2011 Course Commencement 6th June 2011Fees Structure 2011-12Tuition Fees Category Total (Per Annum) 1st Installment 2nd Installment Open + Others Rs. 3,90,000/- Rs. 2,00,000/- Rs. 1,50,000/-* Pre Induction fees of Rs 30000/- non refundableHostel Fees Total (Per Annum) Hostel Mess Security Deposit Rs. 1,00,000/- Rs. 60,000/- Rs.35,000/- Rs. 10,000/-Note:Programme fees – Rs. 3.9 lakh p.a. (total fees not including transportation). No separate fees on accountof uniform / examination / eligibility / medical etc. will be collected from the students.The institute is also recognized by various Public Sector Banks and Private Sector Banks where you canavail an Education Loan to fund your education. Many of the students studying here are funding theirMBA with such loans.It has been a great pleasure talking to you about the place where I live. I am sure you will also startraving about it once you’re here. Till we meet again…Yours,Spidgey
  28. 28. Contact DetailsAspirant Relations TeamSymbiosis Institute of Business ManagementSymbiosis Knowledge VillageLavalePUNE – 411042Website: www.sibm.eduEmail: admissionsteam@sibm.netPhone: 020-39116076

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