Entrepreneurship for IIM Udaipur is a value which it endeavors to inculcate in its students and community as we progress. With this thought in mind, Saksham – The Entrepreneurship Club of IIMU, launches its first edition of Prarambh – The 32 hour Challenge in Udaipur. The idea of the start-up platform is to bring together entrepreneurs of different backgrounds, including software developers, marketers, designers, enthusiasts
Prayatna – The Social Responsibility Club of IIM Udaipur organized a camp on 16th Feb, 2014 for free distribution of aids, appliances and certificates of disability to differently abled people. The camp was organized in collaboration with Shree Bhagwan Mahavir Viklang Sahayta Samiti (BMVSS) Udaipur, City Administration and Mahavir International Organization, Udaipur. The camp was set up in IIM Udaipur premises where students extended their
Greetings! Dear Aspirants, Congratulations for getting shortlisted for the WAT/PI process. To make sure that your last step before joining an IIM doesn’t become difficult, the IIMU student fraternity would be assisting you in your preparations and solving your admission related queries with our Mentorship Initiative. Kindly fill the following form and we would assign
Finomina – The Finance Club of IIM Udaipur organized the 4th edition of FinTalk on 1st February, 2014. The session was presided over by Mr. Ashish Chauhan, CEO & MD, Bombay Stock Exchange. Mr. Chauhan is an IIT Bombay and IIM Calcutta alumnus and he is one of the pioneers of the modern trading markets of India. His journey has seen multiple career dimensions encompassing
IIMU Summer Program for Future Leaders in Development application deadline extended till 7th February, 2014. Hurry up to grab the unique opportunity!
Details and application procedure are available at: http://www.iimu.ac.in/programs/summer-school.html Interested people are requested to direct all the queries to email@example.com
Finomina – The Finance Club of IIM Udaipur successfully organized Arth – Samvaad 2014, the second edition of its annual Finance Symposium on 25th January, 2014. The clubs and committees of IIMU give ample opportunities to its students to master the tapestry of learning and holistic development while getting hands on experience in organizing events. Finomina’s constant endeavor remains imparting to the students of
The morning of 26th January, 2014 began on a different note in IIM Udaipur. The maddening rush to classes was replaced by a flavoured celebration of the 65th Republic Day by the faculty, staff and students of IIMU with gusto. The event started with the flag hoisting by Director, Prof. Janat Shah followed by the National Anthem. Culcomm – The Cultural Committee of IIMU sparked the celebrations
Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur successfully conducted the IIM Udaipur Supply Chain Excursus on 18th January, 2014, the third in the Excursus series in a span of two months. The aim of the event was to create a platform for the industry leaders in Supply Chain to share their rich experiences and expertise through engaging dialogues, to showcase
IIM Udaipur launches Summer School Programme for Future Leaders in Development in association with the Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, USA
A learning event for Development Students and Practitioners May 31- July 11, 2014, Udaipur, India Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur || Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, USA IIM Udaipur and the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University are pleased to invite applications for the 2014 edition of the Summer School Programme
Proud moment for IIMU as Professor Jagdeep Chhokar & ADR Team recieve Indian of the Year Award for Public Service!
The students, staff, faculty, alumni and Director Prof. Janat Shah all witnessed a moment of immense pride as Professor Jagdeep Chhokar & ADR Team bagged the Indian of the Year Award for Public Service. http://ibnlive.in.com/news/ioty-adr-and-and-lily-thomas-win-public-service-award/440803-3.html Top-grade Management education is not only the indispensable need of the growing complexities of corporatization, but blue-ribbon management graduates can