Jaipuria Jaipur

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A landmark in the emerging industrial and entrepreneurial hub in the country, Jaipuria Jaipur was established in 2006. The institute is led by Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, and a pool of highly qualified, experienced full time faculty, who are duly supported by experienced industry managers and academicians and entrepreneurs as visiting faculty.

Campus Overview

A landmark in the emerging industrial and entrepreneurial hub in the country, Jaipuria Jaipur was established in 2006. The institute is led by Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, and a pool of highly qualified, experienced full time faculty, who are duly supported by experienced industry managers and academicians and entrepreneurs as visiting faculty.

The institute through its unique pedagogy mix transforms the young management students as competent, cross-functional and result oriented managers. Workshop mode of learning is the forte of this campus. 20 percent of lectures are delivered by experts from the corporate world, ensuring that all gaps between theory and practice are adequately filled.

Jaipuria Jaipur offers two year full time Post Graduate Diploma in Management with dual specialization in Marketing, Finance, HR, Operations and Strategy. Innovative elective courses in Brand Marketing, Marketing Research, Project Finance, Analytical Models in Finance, Leadership and Change, Performance Management, e-commerce and others will equip the students with an edge over other graduates.

The PGDM program offered is approved by AICTE, accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and recognised by Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to MBA. Its a testimony to the quality education that Jaipuria Jaipur is the only private B school offering PGDM in the state of Rajasthan to have NBA Accreditation.

Recently, IIM-Ahmedabad has written a case study (IIMA/RJM/C0037) on Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur focusing on student engagement initiatives and its attempt to blend formal and informal learning system. While People Matters survey by NHRDN has placed Jaipuria-Jaipur at 46th position in all India ranking of B-Schools.

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Executive Program

Executive Program

Faculty

Jaipuria takes pride in its eminent and highly experienced faculty as they constitute the backbone of our Institutes.

Over the last 16 years, Jaipuria has created an intellectual community of 95 full time faculty members drawn from industry and academia, renowned for their excellent teaching skills and contribution to management education through creation of new knowledge. They not only have a rich count of published papers and books to their credit, but many among them are also much sought after for conducting MDP’s and offering research support and consultancy by leading organizations in India.

Our Faculty, popularly known as ‘mentors’ will enthuse, challenge and provoke you to think out of the box in order to develop in you the art of critical thinking and holistic decision making.

Core Faculty

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ADMISSION GUIDE 2019-20

ADMISSION GUIDE 2019-20

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FELLOW PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT (FPM)

FELLOW PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT (FPM)

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SERVICE MANAGEMENT 2018

SERVICE MANAGEMENT 2018

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RECRUITMENT GUIDE 2019

RECRUITMENT GUIDE 2019

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AIU LETTER 2018

AIU LETTER 2018

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EXTENSION OF NBA ACCREDITATION

EXTENSION OF NBA ACCREDITATION

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SC ST COMMITTEE 2018-19

SC ST COMMITTEE 2018-19

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GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL COMMITTEE 2018-19

GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL COMMITTEE 2018-19

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GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL COMMITTEE 2018-19

HANDBOOK 2017-19

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INTERNAL COMPLAINT COMMITTEE (ICC) 2018-19

INTERNAL COMPLAINT COMMITTEE (ICC) 2018-19

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ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE 2018-19

ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE 2018-19

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GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MECHANISM

GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MECHANISM

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LIST OF INDUSTRIAL VISIT 2017-18

LIST OF INDUSTRIAL VISIT 2017-18

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GUEST SESSIONS JULY – DEC 2017

GUEST SESSIONS JULY – DEC 2017

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AICTE APPROVAL LETTERS

EOA REPORT 2019

EOA REPORT 2019

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EOA REPORT 2018

EOA REPORT 2018

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EOA REPORT 2017

EOA REPORT 2017

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EOA REPORT 2016

EOA REPORT 2016

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EOA REPORT 2015

EOA REPORT 2015

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EOA REPORT 2014

EOA REPORT 2014

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EOA REPORT 2013

EOA REPORT 2013

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EOA REPORT 2012

EOA REPORT 2012

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EOA REPORT 2011

EOA REPORT 2011

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EOA REPORT 2010

EOA REPORT 2010

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EOA REPORT 2009

EOA REPORT 2009

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EOA REPORT 2008

EOA REPORT 2008

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EOA REPORT 2007

EOA REPORT 2007

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EOA REPORT 2006

EOA REPORT 2006

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NBA SAR

ADMISSION GUIDE 2019-20

Self Assessment Report (PGDM/MBA)

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Publication

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Alumni Meet
2018

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Intouch
2018

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Intouch
2017

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Intouch
2016

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Intouch
2015

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Jaipurian World – January 2018 Edition

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Jaipurian World – May 2017 Edition

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Jaipurian World – February 2016 Edition

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Consultancy & Projects

ICPR Project

ICPR Project – 01

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ICPR Project – 02

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ICPR Project – 01 : Award Letter

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ICPR Project – 02 : Award Letter

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National Seminar on Indian Culture and Sustainable Development for Solving Human Problems

Project Sanction Date: 4th September, 2017
Project Completion Date: 30th June, 2018

The focus of the Seminar organized under the patronage of Indian Council of Philosophical Research was on Indian Culture and Sustainable Development for Solving Human Problems. It was dedicated to take a critical look and an examination of human problems, issue of Sustainable Development and seek out solutions from Indian culture. For this experts examined alternatives towards sustainable development keeping the new mandate of the United Nations (UN) i.e. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs, 2016-2030). Indian Culture needs to be reexamined keeping these goals in mind as its philosophy and values have emphasized a sustainable way of life. The principle of aparigraha (non-possession), following simple and frugal lifestyle which had been the core philosophy of Indian culture can provide a framework for attaining the much talked about Sustainable Development Goals.

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