Nestled in Qutab Institutional Area, International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi was established in 1981 in collaboration with IMI Geneva (now IMD, Lausanne). IMI is India’s first corporate sponsored Business School with sponsorship from corporate houses like RPG Enterprises, Nestle, ITC, SAIL, Tata Chemicals, BOC and Williamson Magor etc. Over a period of time in the last 28 years the Institute has acquired a truly global status. The Institute received UNDP assistance for promoting internationally oriented management education. Besides this it has also various other international linkages with bodies like World Bank, UNDP, ILO, UNCTAD, Asian Productivity Organization etc. To provide a global perspective to the students, the Institute’s flagship two year Post Graduate Programme in Management has a student exchange programme with various European Schools such as ESC Rennes, France, MIP School of Management France, Graz University Austria, IESEG School of Management and IDRAC Lyon, France etc.
Infrastructure : The aesthetically designed Delhi Campus creates a stimulating atmosphere, conducive to all round development of a participant.The Amphitheatre is the nodal point of campus life around which the academic block, residence and recreational facilities are located. The centrally air-conditioned academic complex consists of spacious lecture halls, the Tata Chemicals Computer Centre, BOC Executive Training Room, RPG Auditorium, Williamson Magor Library, Faculty Chambers and Administrative Offices. All lecture halls have access to latest presentation equipments such as DLP Multimedia Projectors, Laptop Notebook Computers, Magnetic Boards, OHP Projectors, Internet and Intranet connectivity and a state-of-the-art sound system providing for a unique/ wholesome classroom experience.
The modern aesthetically designed residence at IMI forms an integral part of the academic and social life. Besides promoting group study and learning outside the classroom, the residential accommodation also enables participants to optimally utilise IMI resources like the library and computing facilities with internet and intranet available in all the hostel rooms. The residence provides students with excellent mess facilities, well-furnished rooms and recreational facilities including a modern air-conditioned gymnasium. The Amphitheatre is the venue of most social activities such as “Kritva” the annual management festival of IMI, India. Rooms are furnished and allotted on a double occupancy basis. Preference is given to outstation or foreign students on a first – come - first - served basis
A large chunk of the recruitment was in the BFSI space (27%). Prominent recruiters from this sector were HSBC Bank, JP Morgan Chase, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, IDBI Bank etc. The profiles offered varied across the finance, marketing and operations specializations. Some of these profiles were: Treasury, Corporate Banking, Wealth Management, Asset Management, Financial Analyst, Operations Analyst, Relationship Management etc. Companies likeRanbaxy Laboratories, Asian Paints and Infosys BPO also offered finance profiles.
The next highest recruitment was in the Consulting space (21%). Prominent recruiters were Deloitte Consulting, Barclays Shared Services, EXL Services etc. Regular recruiters like AT Kearney, Ernst & Young GSS, Infosys Technologies and Axis Risk Consulting re-affirmed their faith in IMI despite the general gloom in the economy.
Among first-time recruiters for PGDM were ADM, Bharti Realty, Capgemini, ITC Hotels and Michael Page International offering exciting profiles to students across specializations.
The budding marketers of IMI were able to bag opportunities in companies like Asian Paints, UB Group, Jumbo Electronics, MakeMyTrip ,Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd etc.