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  1. INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDAYALAYA, INDORE

  2. IMS WELCOMES YOU

  3. 45 YEARS JOURNEY OF EXCELLENCE

  4. ETHOS

  5. VISION

  6. MISSION

  7. OBJECTIVES

  8. SALIENT FEATURES Contd.

  9. SALIENT FEATURES

  10. ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES • 5 Years Integrated • MBA (e-Commerce) – 60 Seats • MBA (Hospital Administration) – 60 Seats 2 Years MBA (Full Time) – 120 Seats MBA ( Hospital Administration) – 60 Seats MBA (Financial Administration) – 120 Seat MBA (Marketing Management) – 120 Seat MBA (Human Resource) – 60 Seats MBA(e-Commerce) – 60 Seats MBA(Disaster Management)- 60 Seats MBA (Executive) – 120 Seats Ph.D. – 96 Seats PROGRAMMES 1 Year M.Phil Management – 20 Seats P.G.D.H.R.M – 40 Seats

  11. FACULTY STRENGTH

  12. EMPLOYABILITY

  13. OUR RECRUITERS

  14. GLIMPSES OF PLACEMENT

  15. RESEARCH PROJECTS (UGC SPONSORED)

  16. CRITERION I CURRICULAR ASPECTS

  17. CURRICULUM DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

  18. ACADEMIC FLEXIBILITY

  19. CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT

  20. CURRICULUM ENRICHMENT • Special Classes on following based on the need of students at the beginning of semester • Accounting • Mathematics and Statistics • IT Basics • Communication Skills • Personality Development

  21. GUEST LECTURES BY EXPERTS

  22. FEEDBACK SYSTEM

  23. CRITERION II TEACHING-LEARNING AND EVALUATION

  24. STUDENT ENROLLMENT AND PROFILE

  25. ADMISSION PROCESS

  26. CATERING TO DIVERSE NEEDS OF STUDENTS

  27. TEACHING – LEARNING PROCESS

  28. TEACHERS QUALITY Contd.

  29. TEACHERS QUALITY

  30. EVALUATION PROCESS AND REFORMS

  31. STUDENTS PERFORMANCE AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

  32. CRITERION III RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION

  33. PROMOTION OF RESEARCH

  34. RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR RESEARCH RESEARCH FACILITIES

  35. RESEARCH PUBLICATION

  36. RESEARCH PUBLICATION INDEX

  37. RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

  38. CONSULTANCY

  39. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES AND INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  40. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES AND INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  41. Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibilities

  42. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES AND INSTITUTIONAL SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  43. COLLABORATION

  44. CRITERION IV INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES

  45. PHYSICAL FACILITIES

  46. PHYSICAL FACILITIES

  47. LIBRARY AS A LEARNING RESOURCE • Enriched Library with 30,524 volumes • 2084 e-Journals • Separate Reference Section IT INFRASTRUCTURE • Wi-Fi Campus • Computer Centre with 76 Computers MAINTENANCE OF CAMPUS FACILITIES • Through Engineering Section of University

  48. CRITERION V STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION

  49. STUDENT MENTORING AND SUPPORT EVERY STUDENT IS PROVIDED A FACULTY AS MENTOR

  50. STUDENT PROGRESSION * M. Phil. Started 2012