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TWO-YEAR FULL TIME POST GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT

“The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies with the institution and not on AICTE.”

Name/Address of the Institution
Name Integrated Academy of Management and Technology (INMANTEC) Adhyatmik Nagar 28th Stone, Delhi-Hapur Highway (NH-24) Ghaziabad -201009 UP
Telephone with STD 8586980887, 9458437571, 9818589400
Fax No 2768952
E-Mail: ude.cetnamninull@nimda, ude.cetnamninull@ofni
Web site www.inmantec.edu
Name & Address of the Executive Director
Name Prof Pankaj Gupta
Designation Executive Director
Qualification & Experience PhD, MBA, BE 29 years Specialization HR
Telephone with STD 9811139396
E-Mail ude.cetnamninull@atpug.jaknap , ude.cetnamninull@rotcerid
Board of Governors
S. No. Name Organization Designation
1 SHRI SHIROMANI SHARMA I A S (RETD.), FORMER UNION HOME SECRETARY, GOVT. OF INDIA MEMBER
2 SHRI CHAND K TIKKU IRS (RETD) EX CHAIRMAN, CBDT, GOVT. OF INDIA MEMBER
3 SHRI PRABHAT C CHATURVEDI DIRECTOR GENERAL – ESIC, DELHI MEMBER
4 SHRI JATENDRA MEHTA MANAGING DIRECTOR, OMAX AUTOS LTD.,GURGAON MEMBER
5 SHRI K N RATTAN DIRECTOR,
LAXMI PRECISION SCREWS LTD,
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT,
NEW DELHI
MEMBER
6 SHRI K SAMPATH FCA, PRACTICING CHARTERED
ACCOUNTANT (TAXATION)
MEMBER
7 DR. DEVI SINGH DIRECTOR, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF
MANAGEMENT, B-1, SECTOR 62,
NOIDA
MEMBER
8 DR. PRITAM SINGH EX -DIRECTOR, & PROF. EMERITUS,
MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
INSTITUTE, GURGAON
MEMBER
9 DR. R B L GOSWAMI EX VICE CHANCELLOR, CCS
UNIVERSITY, MEERUT
MEMBER
10 SHRI K S GUPTA SECRETARY, INMANTEC MEMBER
11 SHRI CHAKRAVARTI GARG TREASURER, INMANTEC MEMBER
12 SHRI RAJESH GOEL PRACTICING CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT MEMBER
13 PROF. PANKAJ GUPTA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,
INMANTEC (EX OFFICIO MEMBER)
MEMBER SECRETARY
ADVISORY BOARD
S. No. Member Name Organization Designation
1 DR S C KUCHHAL EX-PROFESSOR, IIMA,
WORLD BANK CONSULTANT
CHAIRMAN
2 DR. ABDUL QAYUM ANSARI DEAN & HEAD (FMSIT)
JAMIA HAMDARD
MEMBER
3 SHRI PANKAJ MUNJAL MANAGING DIRECTOR, HERO
MOTORS
MEMBER
4 DR. KARMESHU DEAN & PROF. IT,
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER & SYSTEM
SCIENCES, JNU, NEW DELHI
MEMBER
5 SHRI G K KAWATRA SECRETARY, FICCI, EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR, INDIAN COUNCIL OF
ARBITRATION
MEMBER
6 MRS. LAKSHMI SAMPATH SR. ADVOCATE, SUPREME COURT
7 SHRI N K MEHTA TECHNICAL DIRECTOR & HEAD,
WRIS DIV, NIC
MEMBER
8 DR. B C GOEL FORMER ADVISOR TO GOVT. OF UTTRANCHAL MEMBER
9 DR. R B L GOSWAMI FORMER VC, CCS UNIVERSITY AND
CHAIRMAN, MANAGEMENT
COUNCIL, INMANTEC
MEMBER

Frequency of the Meetings of Board of Governors: Twice a year

Frequency of the Meetings of Academic Advisory Board: Once a year

Nature and extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements:

Teaching Methodology: The faculty is dynamically engaged in academic and
administrative activities through optimum mix of topical lectures, interactions, case studies, quizzes, role-plays, group discussions, guest lectures from industry and trade, management games, counseling, industry visit and industry interaction for the benefit of the students. Students are encouraged to represent their cases through individual and group presentations. Further, opportunity is provided through participation of students in various seminars, workshops and similar events through more than 16 various clubs, committees and forums active within the institute.

Syllabus Reviews: The curriculum at INMANTEC is constantly upgraded with productive inputs from both faculty as well as students, who in turn remain in touch with the corporate sector and the alumni to help future managers meet the challenges of competition and to abreast themselves with emerging business trends.

Industry Interface: INMANTEC maintains rapport with the changing demands of corporate world in the course of constant interaction with stalwart industries through one of its most important unit -Corporate Resource Division (CRD). This division, comprising the faculty and the students, is responsible for organizing fortnightly guest lectures by management gurus, renowned consultants, eminent industry experts and managers from different organizations. CRD has been largely successful in sourcing of live projects from industry, corporate training and development programs, commercial sponsorships, exchange programs among others beside organizing summer placements and providing final campus recruitments much above 100% owing to its strong linkage with the industry.
As part of its core activity at INMANTEC, students are encouraged to organize panel discussions and interactive sessions with corporate. In these sessions the corporate stalwarts share their views on the various issues with the students.
CRD is also responsible for conducting national and international level conferences, seminars, workshops and symposia on contemporary issues of management, which are acclaimed by the captains of industry for their timely nature and incisive content.
Beside this the CRD teams up with PR & Promotions Committee to encompass promotional activities, and working to enhance public & media relations as well.
This team ensures presence of the press at major happenings at INMANTEC and organizing press meets.

Faculty feedback: Students are encouraged to give their course and faculty feedback to help the management take a critical view of the pedagogy being followed, faculty’s subject knowledge & update, need for further improvement and other parameters.

Programs

Name of the Programs (Full Time) approved by the AICTE
1). PGDM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management)
2). MBA (Master of Business Administration)

Name of the Programs (Part Time) approved by the AICTE.
NONE
Name and duration of program(s), if any, not approved by AICTE and being run in the same campus
NONE
For each Programme the following details are to be given:

PGDM Programme

Name Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)
Number of seats 180
Duration Two-year full time
Cut Off marks for admission during last 2 years 50% of MAT score or 40 percentile of CAT score of entrance test from the preliminary merit list
Fee Rs 2,60,000/- pa
Placement Facilities CRD (CORPORATE RESOURCE DIVISION) handles all activities related to career counseling, corporate relationship management, corporate talks, seminars etc. Its placement cell consists of three faculty members, one industry expert and a number of students –a majority being from the final year. Of the three faculty members one heads the CRD, one faculty member is from the management stream and the other is from IT. This cell assists the students in comprehensive career planning and development as well as guides them in securing placement in today’s competitive job market. Students receive counseling on job search strategies, interview skills and résumé writing techniques. As a result of rigorous training, incorporating effective communication, business etiquettes, and soft skills, for students throughout the length of the programs, the institute has been able to provide consistently more than 100% employment to its graduates, with tremendous success during the past.
Campus placement in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
PGDM 2015 (lacs/annum) 2016 (lacs/annum) 2017 (lacs/annum)
Min 2.80 2.75 2.90
Avg. 2.80 2.75 2.90

Name and duration of program(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of AICTE approval: None

Details of the Foreign Institution/University: Not Applicable

FACULTY

Number of faculty members:
1). Permanent faculty : PGDM – 10
2). Visiting faculty (taught full course) : PGDM – 2
3). Guest faculty : PGDM – 5

MBA Programme

Name Master of Business Administration(MBA)
Number of seats 60
Duration Two-year full time
Cut Off marks for admission during last 2 years 50% of MAT score or 40 percentile of CAT score of UPSEE entrance test from the preliminary merit list
Fee Rs 90,000/- pa
Placement Facilities CRD (CORPORATE RESOURCE DIVISION) handles all activities related to career counseling, corporate relationship management, corporate talks, seminars etc. Its placement cell consists of three faculty members, one industry expert and a number of students –a majority being from the final year. Of the three faculty members one heads the CRD, one faculty member is from the management stream and the other is from IT. This cell assists the students in comprehensive career planning and development as well as guides them in securing placement in today’s competitive job market. Students receive counseling on job search strategies, interview skills and résumé writing techniques. As a result of rigorous training, incorporating effective communication, business etiquettes, and soft skills, for students throughout the length of the programs, the institute has been able to provide consistently more than 100% employment to its graduates, with tremendous success during the past.
Campus placement in last two years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
PGDM 2015 (lacs/annum) 2016 (lacs/annum) 2017 (lacs/annum)
Min 2.80 2.75 2.90
Avg. 3.10 3.00 3.50
Max. 5.80 6.10 7.80

Name and duration of program(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of AICTE approval: None

Details of the Foreign Institution/University: Not Applicable

FACULTY

Number of faculty members:
1). Permanent faculty : MBA – 9
2). Visiting faculty (taught full course) : MBA – 2
3). Guest faculty : 5

Profile of Director/Principal with qualifications, total experience, age and duration of employment at the institute concerned

Dr. PANKAJ GUPTA
ude.cetnamninull@nimda , moc.yfisnull@atpug.jaknap

Brief Profile-
Have held key positions with multifarious work profiles during my past assignments and have been instrumental in successful accomplishment of the tasks. A perfectionist by nature, soft-spoken but firm, goal-oriented, self-motivated, possessing positive attitude, generally liked by colleagues. Widely traveled. Respect nature and its resources. Love photography, painting, reading, music, and traveling. Currently associated in different capacities with a number of educational institutions.

Experience

2004 Executive Director, Integrated Academy of Management and Technology, Ghaziabad (INMANTEC) –overall responsibility of running the institution. The institute is presently offering three-tier degree programs from undergraduate to doctorate level in various streams of Management, IT, Law, Education and Technology. The institute has grown to a sizable strength and has secured a prominent position among the best few business schools of the country within less than a decade
2000-01 Director Edge Solutions Pvt Ltd, Noida – as a short stint remained deeply involved in establishment of the entire unit, its business development, strategy formulation, alliances formation, negotiations etc
1995-2004 Professor and Director (Admin), Integrated Academy of Management and Technology, Ghaziabad (INMANTEC) – beside taking communication classes the major activities involved general/academic administration and coordination, academic events organization, liaison with government agencies & industries, new programs development as well as developing interpersonal relationships with corporate agencies and eminent academics
1991-95 Director -Shyam Portfolios Pvt Ltd, Delhi -a company into portfolio advisory and management
1989-91 Business Head -Quede Clothing Co, Delhi, a firm into manufacturing and marketing of jeanswear under the brand –Cactus; the product had a wide presence in north India with major interest of the undersigned
1987-89 Own real estate business in East Delhi – as builders and promoters -other major activities involved turnkey projects especially in construction of residential & industrial buildings and shopping plazas.
1986-87 Integrated Construction Management Group, GK-II Delhi – worked as Project Engineer at Jhansi (UP) for 11 months
1985-86 Aggarwal Builders & Promoters –worked as Asst Site Engineer, handled various commercial & housing construction projects in Delhi for 1½ years.

Academic/ Professional Qualifications

  • Phd from Dr BR Ambedkar University ,Agra
  • MBA from Madhya Pradesh Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal, 2004 (result awaited)
  • PGDBM (in HRM) from IMT Ghaziabad, with 69.4% (B+) in 2003
  • Certified instructor of Apple Publishing Technology Center –an Indian arm of Apple Inc, USA
  • A six-month course in French from Alliance Françoise, Bangalore
  • BE (Civil) from Bangalore University, Karnataka, with 59.4% in 1985
  • BSc (PCM) from CCS University Meerut, with 54.9% in 1980
  • Intermediate from UP Board Allahabad, with 64.5% in 1978
  • High School from UP Board Allahabad, with 59.6% in 1976

Conferences/Seminars Attended/Organized

  • Presently working on a book titled- “Leaders, Not Bosses”, planned to be completed by end of the year.
  • A large number of conferences, seminars and workshops on contemporary issues attended.

A list of those organized is being given below:

Event Period Theme Collaborators
National Seminar February 2005 Retail Scenario in India INMANTEC
Int’l Conference November 2004 Enhancing Global Business Competitiveness UP Technical University; MP Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal; PHDCCI & Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Germany
Int’l Seminar November 2004 Cyber Laws: Implementation, Effectiveness & Constraints Mr Rodney Ryder, Partner Preconcept, Advisor to GoI on IT Laws
HR Congregation April 2004 Corporate Professional Education Congregation INMANTEC
Int’l Conference January 2004 Learning to Manage in Borderless WTO Regime UP Technical University; MP Bhoj (Open) University, Bhopal; PHDCCI & Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Germany
Int’l Seminar January 2004 Bio-informatics: The Emerging Dimensions -do-
National Workshop January 2004 Developing Global Managers in a Cross Cultural Environment -do-
Int’l Conference January 2003 Management and Technology: Vision 2020 Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, NCQM & INDELTA
National Workshop January 2003 Quality Management in Educational Institutions using ISO 9001:2000 -do-
Int’l Conference January 2002 Technology Convergence – A Human Perspective Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Int’l Seminar January 2002 IT Education in the Non Formal Sector: Challenges and Quality Perspectives -do-
National Workshop January 2002 Quality Management in Educational Institutions through ISO 9000:2000 Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Int’l Symposium January 2001 Management Education in the 20th Century: Lessons for the 21st Century” Jagan Institute of Management, New Delhi
Int’l Conference January 2001 Human Dimensions in the Information Age Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Int’l Seminar January 2001 Safety and Health Culture through Training and Development in the Construction Industry Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Int’l Conference January 2000 International Business: Challenges and Perspectives Indian Commerce Assn

Personal Information :

  • Father’s name- Mr KS Gupta
  • Marital status- Married/Two children
  • Wife’s name- Mrs Latika Gupta
  • Date of birth- Feb 23, 1961
  • Sex- Male
  • Nationality- Indian
  • Valid passport-holder

Whether student assessment of faculty is in force:
Yes, through a prescribed feedback form. Feedback from students is classified into faculty/subject wise strengths and weaknesses identified and the concerned faculty are counseled to further work upon. Feedback from students is also obtained for institutional governance and suggestions are accepted and implemented.

FEE
Details of fee, as approved by Governing Council, for the Institution: For PGDM the fee prescribed is Rs.2,60,000/- for session 2017-2018 is in effect. For MBA the fee prescribed is Rs.90,000/- for session 2017-2018 is in effect.

Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire program:

Payable in two installments every year such as:
1). 1st Installment: Between July 07 – 21, or before new admission (as per the case)
2). 2nd Installment: Between January 07 – 21 (Those availing bank loan facility shall have to pay the entire annual fee in one go)

Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students:
Nil

Criteria for fee waivers/scholarships:
I. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Financial assistance to deserving poor candidates, wards of war-widows and of police martyrs to the extent of 10% or more may be offered on case-to-case basis subject to review of their performance during the year only after a written request is received from candidate / student.
However, the decision of Management shall be binding.

II. AS per District Social Welfare Department guidelines

Annual hostel fee (optional)
(Including Mess charges without lunch)
70,000/-
Hostel caution money
(refundable)
2,000/-

ADMISSION
Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval

180 seats (2017-2018) (PGDM Course)
60 seats ( 2017-2018) (MBA Course)

Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last two years:

PGDM program

2016 2017
Gen 05 09
SC 02 01
ST 00 00
OBC 04 17
Minority 02 00

MBA program

2016 2017
Gen 26 25
SC 07 03
ST 00 00
OBC 10 16
Minority 02 05

Number of applications received during last two years:

PGDM program

Year No of Applications received
2016-2017 121
2017-2018 85

Number of applications received during last two years:

MBA program

Year No of Applications received
2016-2017 93
2017-2018 86

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website)

CAT IIM Kozhikode campus
PO Calicut-673570
Kerela
URL: www.iimk.ac.in
MAT All India Management Association
14, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road,
New Delhi- 110003
Tel : 011-24634026
URL: www.aima-ind.org

Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates CAT, MAT, XAT, JMET, ATMA, CET, JEE (State conducted tests / University tests):
Not Applicable

  • The policy for refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified: Only Caution money is refundable after commencement of the program, if and only if, full payment has been received towards the year

At the end of the admission process, a consolidated merit list is drawn and candidates in the main list are given time up to June 10 to secure their seats. Once the time given to main list candidates expires, the waiting list candidates are given time till June 20 to secure their seats.

CRITERIA AND WEIGHTINGS FOR ADMISSION
Describe each criteria with its respective weighting i.e. Admission Test, GD, Interview etc:

Common Entrance  Test
(CAT/MAT/GMAT/ATMA)
30
At   the
campus
Psychometric Test
(IQ + Attitude)
20
Group Discussion
(10 for GD & 10 for writing skills)
20
Personal Interview 30

 

Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any, for any criteria:
Appearance in MAT ( min score 50%), CAT (min score 40 percentile)

Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores (section-wise and/or total as case may be) of the candidates in the admission test who are called for GD/ Interview:

Mention last two years cut-off percentage & percentile (section-wise and/or total as the case may be) of the candidates called for GD / Interview:

2016-2017 450( Mat – Cutoff Score) 40 percentile (CAT)
2017-2018 450( Mat – Cutoff Score) 60 percentile (CAT)

Display marks scored in Test, GD, Interview etc and in aggregate for all candidates who come for GD/Interview etc:

APPLICATION FORM

Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities:

The institute websitewww.inmantec.edu hosts application form for the benefit and convenience of candidates.

LIST OF APPLICANTS

List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.

The selection process is slated to be held at regular intervals starting from October till June. The list of applicants shall be hosted on the web site as and when section process is carried out with regard to admissions and the admission procedure is over.

CRITERIA FOR GD / PERSONAL INTERVIEW

Norms adopted for calling the candidates for Group Discussion/Personal Interview:  (It has to be strictly in order of merit.)

Norms adopted for GD: The candidates are divided in groups comprising of 12-15 candidates each. The GD process is regulated by a committee of 3 faculty members , senior most being the in-charge. A current topic is thrown for discussions with allocation of 15 minutes duration. The candidates are advised to speak in favor or against as the case may be. The selection panel observes individual candidates on the basis of Fluency, Communication skills, Subject knowledge, initiative & concluding remarks.

The marks obtained by individual candidates are carried forward for accommodation in final merit list.

  • Norms adopted for Personal interview: A selection committee headed by Chairman Admission Committee conducts personal interviews for individual candidates. The selection committee observes the education background of the candidate, general knowledge, attentiveness; special skills if any, suitability to the profession, adaptability etc and awards the scores accordingly. The scores obtained by the candidates are carried forward for accommodation in final merit list.

 

Group Discussion 20
Interview 30

Attributes for evaluation in GD/Interview.
Fluency, Communication skills, Subject knowledge, attentiveness, special skills if any, suitability to the profession, adaptability, general knowledge etc.

RESULTS
Composition of evaluation team with the brief profiles of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over)

ADMISSION COMMITTEE
The Selection Committee for admission is approved by Governing Council of Institute. The members have wide experience in a range of management, commerce, and information technology, areas besides administration. A brief profile of each member is given below:

Mr PANKAJ GUPTA
Executive Director
An Engineering graduate and MBA, Mr Gupta is known for his leadership and administrative traits. Has a vast industrial and academic experience. He is an acclaimed trainer in behavioral sciences
Mr AMIT SRIVASTAVA
Manager Admissions and Placements
He is a PGDM graduate and has Masters in Marketing Management. Has a total of 14 years in industry.
Mr GAURAV PARASHAR
Assistant Professor
Holds BE & MSc in Computer Science. Has relevant experience of 17 years in academics.

 

 Score of  the  individual  candidates     called   for  Group    Discussion  and Interview in each of the components including the test and in total, arranged in order of merit.

The same shall be done by the end of June 2017 once the admission process is over.

List of candidates who have been offered admission in each category.

The same shall be done by the end of June 2017 once the admission process is over.

Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates, category wise.

The same shall be done on July 7, 2017. The candidates figuring in waiting list shall be given seven days time to report to the institute and secure admission on first come first served basis till July 14, 2017.

List of the candidates who joined within the date vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list.

The same shall be done on July 7, 2017. Before giving call for the waiting list, a vacancy list in each category shall be displayed at the website of the institute so as to help the candidates in waiting list in ascertaining their chances of securing admission.