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POST GRADUATE PROGRAMME

IN
MANAGEMENT

IIM Raipur Proposed Campus

PGP MANUAL
2015

Indian Institute of Management Raipur


GEC Campus, Sejbahar, Old Dhamtari Road, Raipur 492 015
+91-771-2772115; Fax: +91-771-2772128
Email: pgp@iimraipur.ac.in; www.iimraipur.ac.in

CONTENTS
Sr. No.
1.

Particulars
About IIM Raipur

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1.1 About IIM Raipur


1.2 Programmes at IIM Raipur............................................

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Programme Overview ..

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Academic Calendar ..

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Registration for PGP .

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Preparatory Courses

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Induction Module/Orientation Programme .

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Working Towards PGP .

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Curriculum .
8.1 First Year Programme ...
8.2 Second Year Programme .
8.3 Course of Independent Study .....
8.4 Additional Non-Credit Course ....

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Attendance ..

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Medical Leave

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Academic Performance Evaluation System .

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Academic Discipline .

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Examination Rules .

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Academic Offence .

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Award of Diploma ..

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15.1 Awards ...


15.2 Policy for issuing duplicate PGP Diploma ..
15.3 Policy for issuing Duplicate Transcripts (Grade Card/Certificate) ..
15.4 Policy for issuing Duplicate Identity Card ..

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Financial Assistance .
16.1 SC/ST Scholarships ..
16.2 Loan Schemes ...

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Library .
17.1 Internal.......
17.2 E-Resources.......
17.3 Library Rules.........

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International Study Rules .


18.1 International student exchange ....
18.2 Prerequisites for Participation in IES
18.3 Selection Policies and Procedures ...
18.4 Administrative Requirements ...
18.5 Grant for Participation in International Student Exchange
Programme.......
18.6 Grant for Participation in International Events of Academic Nature ....

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Placements ...
19.1 Summer Internship.......
19.2 Final Placement Rules .....
19.3 Rules for Short Term Projects & Guest Lectures ...
19.4 Selection Procedures for Placement Committee ..

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Student Co-curricular Activities


20.1 Co-curricular Activities ..
20.2 Sports Facilities ....
20.3 Student Clubs ....
20.4 Annual Events
20.5 Campus Life ...

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Hostel Rules
21.1 Dos & Donts for Hostel ...
21.2 Events/Festivals Held on Campus ....
21.3 Hostel Rooms ..
21.4 Timings Leaving campus ..
21.5 Visitors ....
21.6 Complaints and Suggestions ..
21.7 Medical Facilities ..
21.8 Absence from Hostel ....
21.9 Noise Levels in the Hostel
21.10 Mess Facilities ..
21.11 Prohibitions in Hostel .
21.12 Vehicles .
21.13 Security in Campus .
21.14 Violations ..

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Rules And Regulation for IT Center ..

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22.1 IT Infrastructure at IIM Raipur..


22.2 Guidelines for Fair Use of IT Infrastructure at IIM Raipur ..
22.3 Students IT Committee & Digital Media Club .......

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General Rules

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Code of Conduct ..............

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Appendix
I - Academic Calendar 2014-15 .
II - List of First Year Courses ..
III - List of Activity Heads & Officers .
IV - Certificate of Approval for CIS Report .....

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1. About IIM Raipur

1.1 About IIM Raipur


The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) brand has now become synonymous with
innovation, talent and zeal for success and contribution in management. The Government
of India setup IIM Raipur in 2010 to meet the growing demand for top quality professionals.
It is situated at Raipur in the state of Chhattisgarh-one of the fastest growing states of India,
with its rich mineral, forest, natural and local resources. Post-Graduate Programme in
Management (PGP) was started in 2010 whereas Fellow Programme in Management (FPM)
and Post- Graduate Programme in Management for Working Executive (PGPWE) were
started in 2012 & Executive Fellow Programme in Management (EFPM) was started in 2013.
Presently IIM Raipur operates from the Government Engineering College Campus,
Sejbahar, Raipur. The Government of Chhattisgarh has allotted 200 acres of land for the
proposed IIM Raipur campus at Naya Raipur. The proposed campus will be a state-of-theart campus, presenting a blissful mix of modern architecture, culture & heritage of
Chhattisgarh.
The Institute aims at bringing a global perspective to all its Programmes and activities in a
fast changing global economic environment. The Institute also encourages an overseas
exposure for its students with the belief that it will help them to assimilate best management
practices and understand the importance of cross-culture issues in management.
Right from its inception, the Institute focuses on contributing to the growth and development
of the Nation, region and society at large. As such it gives importance to courses and
managerial trainings that are moulded in a way true to the culture and unique requirements
of the state and organizations here in. Ethical practices in management, grooming socially
responsible leaders for today and tomorrow are also the primary goals of the Institute. It is
keeping in mind these aims that IIM offers its several Programme.

1.2 Programmes at IIM Raipur


IIM Raipur offers following Programmes:

i.

Doctoral Programmes:

ii.

Post-Graduate Programmes:

iii.

Fellow Programme in Management (FPM)


Executive Fellow Programme in Management (EFPM)

Post-Graduate Programme in Management (PGP)


Post-Graduate Programme in Management for Working Executives (PGPWE)

Executive Education:

Management Development Programme (Open)


Management Development Programme (In company)

2. Post-Graduate Programme Overview

At IIM Raipur, the flagship Post-Graduate Programme (PGP) in Management is developed


with the Institutes vision to build leaders and entrepreneurs through holistic,
transformative and innovative education. The PGP is two year full time residential
Programme. The objectives of the Programme are:

To hone multi-faceted problem solving skills, increase the affinity to innovation and
develop the passion for creativity;

To develop a sense of social purpose for managerial decision-making and to develop


leadership capabilities without compromising on ethical values;

To develop global mind set to meet the challenges of international ethos and work in a
cross-cultural environment; and

To understand the socio-economic, technological, ecological and political environment


in global scenario.

Briefly, the objective of the PGP Programme is to develop social responsibility and the zeal
of global competitiveness among the management graduates who can effectively
contribute to inclusive growth of the society and hence the country.
Academic and personal standards are necessary to promote fair and orderly conduct in a
community as large as the Institute. All students at the Indian Institute of Management Raipur
are required to abide by these rules, and conduct themselves at all times in a manner that
tends credibility to the Institute and enhances its prestige in the community at large.
Please note that the information, rules, regulations and procedures contained in this
manual are liable to change at the discretion of the Institute at any time and whenever
it is deemed necessary to do so, without prior notice.

3. Academic Calendar
The Academic Calendar (2015-17) for the first year of the Post Graduate Programme (PGP)
is given in Appendix I (Page # 54). The First Year coursework is spread over Three Terms,
followed by a compulsory Summer Internship. The Second Year course work will be spread
over Three Terms, followed by the Convocation in March 2017.

4. Registration for PGP


The guidelines for registration are as follows:
4.1 The registration for the PGP course at IIM Raipur will be provisional and subject to
verification of certificates and testimonials and receipt of all the documents required for
submission.
4.2 Candidates who have appeared for their final degree examination must bring an official
certificate (with seal & date) from the Head of the Institution/Department specifying that
they have completed all the requirements (including examinations, project, viva voce,
etc.) for the award of Bachelor's degree and only final result is awaited. The final
examination mark sheet must be submitted within 14 days of declaration of result, and
in any case not later than December 31, 2015, failing which registration in the
Programme will stand cancelled. Such candidates must obtain minimum
marks/percentile as mentioned during admissions.
4.3 The students will be required to register one day before start of each term (term I to
term VI). The registration process will be completed only after payment of the required
fees. The PGP Office will announce details regarding date, venue and other details of
registration from time to time.
4.4 The registration for the second year will be provisional subject to the following:

Submission of:
a) Summer Internship Report;
b) Completion Certificate from the Organization; and
c) Confidential Evaluation Report form.

Submission of Registration forms duly filled in.


Payment of term fees and hostel fee.

Return of the books due to the Programme Office and Library.


Return of any other institute belongings borrowed by the students.

4.5 Late Registration: The PGP Chairperson may allow a maximum of two weeks for late
registration, after which the student will not be allowed to register, barring exceptional
circumstances. (This will be decided on case to case basis by PGP Committee) Students,
who do not register as mentioned above nor seek permission for late registration, will have to drop
the term and take courses in the next academic year to complete their academic requirements.
4.6 Fee Payment Schedule
The Fee Structure for the students of the Post Graduate Programme of 2015-17 batch is
as follows:
Term

Fees

Due Date

Term

Fees

Term I*
2,12,000/14-June-2015
Term IV*
1,81,000/Term II*
1,64,000/29-Sept-2015
Term V*
1,65,000/Term III*
1,64,000/02-Jan-2016
Term VI*
1,65,000/*Addition to this, Mess Fees term wise shall be added to the term fee

Due Date
(Tentative)
15-June-2016
21-Sept-2016
21-Dec-2016

For late registration, fine will be applicable as follows:


a)
b)

Payment within one week after last date: Rs 1000/Payment during second week after last date: Rs 200/- per day (inclusive of
Saturday/Sunday/holiday) upto the date of actual payment of total fee.

Payment of fees after the second week requires approval from PGP Chairperson. Please
note that the late fee is applicable regardless of whether the payment is made directly
or through bank loan. In special circumstances, the PGP Chairperson may waive the
fees partly or fully.
4.7 No refund is admissible on any part of the fees, if a student withdraws voluntarily after
registration.
4.8 Promotion for Term-II and the subsequent terms of PGP is provisional and will be
confirmed on meeting the academic performance criteria of the previous term as
specified in clause 11.3 (Page # 12).

5. Preparatory Courses
Preparatory courses in Accounting, Statistics, Working with Excel and Communication
would be run immediately after the registration for the PGP Programme for select students
who may not be comfortable with the subjects. These are non-credit optional courses.
However, once a student has registered for these courses, attendance would be
compulsory.

6. Induction Module/Orientation Programme


The Induction Module/Orientation Programme would be conducted at the beginning of the
first term. All PGP-I students are required to attend. The objectives of this Programme are
as follows:

To acquaint the students with modern management education, its scope, its functional
areas, and the design of the Postgraduate Programme at IIM Raipur.

To acquaint them with the teaching and learning methods used at IIM Raipur with special
emphasis on case method.

To help them become aware of various learning styles, and help them establish linkages
between their life's goals and management education.

To initiate functional interaction between final year and first year students and between
first year students and faculty.

The schedule for the Induction Module will be announced and will be put up on the PGP-I
notice board.

7. Working towards PGP


IIM Raipur recognizes that the pace of learning in the IIM system can be rigorous. In order
to introduce flexibility in the system, IIM Raipur offers two options for working towards the
PGP course. Students can sign up for either the regular Programme over two years or a slow
track Programme over THREE years.
In the latter case; students have a choice of indicating at the end of the First Trimester,
whether they would like to slow track and spread the remaining 33 courses over three
years. In this case, students would convocate and participate in the placements with the
relevant batch. This choice would be irrevocable.

8. Curriculum
A full course consists of 30 hours of class. One full course consists of 3 credits. A full credit
course requires approximately 90 hours of work outside the classroom, from the student.

8.1 First Year Programme


First year courses are compulsory. A list of first year courses is given in Appendix II (Page
# 55).

8.2 Second Year Programme


a) Each Area Chair along with Area members give a presentation to students on the
Electives to be offered in the beginning of January. This will be announced on a year to
year basis depending upon the courses offered by various functional areas. Strategic
Management I will be compulsory core course for all second year students in TermIV.
b) PGP II Courses: A student must take at least 48 credits (including compulsory courses)
from courses offered over the three terms such that student does not take:

Less than 15 or more than 18 credits in Term IV including one core course;
Less than 15 or more than 18 credits in Term V; and
Less than 12 or more than 18 credits in Term VI.

c) The indicated choices for fourth term courses will be confirmed choices. No changes in
the Term-IV choices are permitted after the last date as announced by the PGP Office.
d) The choices for fifth and sixth term courses will be tentative and can be changed up to
the last date as mentioned by the PGP office from time to time.
e) It may be noted that the elective change, if any, will be allowed, subject to the following
two conditions:
i.
ii.

Existing elective course(s) gets dropped and/or


Number of sections in the existing elective courses change.

f) The students will give elective course choices according to the procedure and timings
as communicated by the PGP Office. Each student must submit a signed hard copy of
the elective selections to the PGP Office, failing which the students will have to accept
the courses allotted by the Institute. Additional course(s)/Non-credit course(s) must also
be entered accordingly. The students should retain with themselves a copy of the
course list submitted to the office. The scheduling priority will naturally go to the credit
courses.
g) The instructors/PGP office will evolve criteria to cap the number of students in any
course in consultation with the Chairperson.
h) Electives may be dropped if the requisite numbers of students do not opt for it.
i) A student must take at least eight elective credits for concentration in an area. However,
the areas of concentration will not be indicated either in the Grade Sheet or in the
Diploma.

8.3 Course of Independent Study (CIS)


8.3.1 About CIS
The CIS offers an opportunity to the student to explore a topic in depth in his/her area
of special interest. The CIS comprises an investigation, together with the written report
and interpretation thereof, of a subject accepted and approved by a member of the
faculty. A CIS could either be of an exploratory type or a prescriptive type with a focus
on its applicability to management situations. It may be a case study, a study of a policy
problem, a historical study, development of a new method, comparison of two or more
methods, formulation and testing a hypothesis relevant to some areas of management.
The CIS may be field/literature based study or both.
8.3.2 Step-wise process of CIS
a) A student can opt for a maximum of two Courses of Independent Study in Terms V and
VI in lieu of electives offered, such that not more than one CIS is taken in Term V.
However, two CIS can be taken in Term VI.
b) A CIS is equivalent to a course of three credits. CIS shall not count towards the courses
required for a concentration area. Though CIS may be taken only in term V and/or VI,
the consent of the Supervisor(s) must be submitted to PGP Office latest by the end of
mid-term examinations of term IV along with the elective choices. CIS can be chosen
only if related electives are not present in that area in which the students is interested.
c) Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria for CIS are a minimum CGPA of 7.00 in PGP-I and minimum B+
average grades in relevant courses in the area of the CIS. A student opting for CIS
should not have any F or D grades. This would be subject to review on a case to case
basis by the PGP Committee.
d) Proposal Evaluation
A student, who is opted for CIS, should submit his/her CIS proposal to PGP Office by
end of Mid-Term Examination of Term IV. The proposal will be evaluated by the
concerned Area. If satisfied with the proposal, the Area may accept the proposal. If not
satisfied, the Area may reject the proposal or may propose amendment to the proposal
and ask the student concerned to resubmit the proposal through PGP Office.

e) Faculty Supervision
The CIS has to be done under the supervision of faculty member(s) chosen by the
student. The final enrollment for CIS will be done along with the confirmed choices of
electives for Terms V/VI taken. Written consent of the faculty supervisor(s) and the
proposed title of the CIS are necessary at that time. Faculty members are free to lay
down criteria for choosing students and limiting the number of students for supervision.
f) Two copies of the CIS report must be submitted to the PGP office before the first day of
the end term examination, of the respective term.
g) No extension of time for submitting the report will be allowed.
h) On receipt of the report, PGP Office will issue notice to student for presentation to faculty
panel before end term examinations.
i) Presentation once made will be final. No student will be allowed to make presentation
more than once.
8.3.3 A framework/guidelines for CIS report
The CIS report must include:

Problem Formulation
Research Methodology
Sampling and Surveys
Literature Review
Analysis of the Problem/Data
Recommendation with justification
Implications for implementation
Limitations and scope for further work/study
Bibliography and citations.

8.3.4 Evaluation of CIS report


The evaluation of a CIS report will be based the adequacy of data and the language,
contribution in the area, cogency, format and overall presentation. The evaluation
scheme should be as under:
Weight
1)
Proposal
:
10%
2)
Mid-term review
:
20%
(to be submitted before the mid-term exam)
3)
Final Report
:
50%
(to be submitted before the final exam)
4)
Oral Presentation
:
20%
The final evaluation of the work will be done by the faculty supervisor(s) on the usual 10
point letter grading system.
8.3.5 Certificate of Approval
A certificate of Approval is to be attached in the final report and the format of the
certificate is annexed at Appendix-IV (Page # 58).

8.4 Additional Non-Credit Course:


A student, with a CGPA of 6.0 and above (at the end of Term-III), is allowed to opt for
maximum two non-credit courses (not more than 1 in any term) in PGP. These courses will
be over and above the minimum requirement of 15 elective courses. The non-credit
course(s) will be treated as any other elective course and shall be mentioned in the grade
sheet. However, the grade obtained will not be used for the purpose of the qualifying
criteria for award of diploma and will also not be included in calculation of CGPA.
The option of additional Non-credit courses will have to be exercised as any other elective
course, but written consent of the concerned instructor will be required. The required fee
for additional course will be over and above the tuition fees for the term and will have to be
paid along with the regular tuition fees. These fees will be decided by the PGP office and will
be informed from time to time. An additional credit course will not contribute to any
concentration of specialization.

9. Attendance
IIM Raipur insists on regular and prompt attendance in classes. Attendance will be taken by
the instructor directly and the students should be attentive at the time of attendance to get
their presence recorded in the attendance register. Unauthorized absence from
class/institute will be considered a breach of discipline and the Institute will be free to take
appropriate action in such cases.
9.1 Under extra-ordinary circumstances, students may obtain leave of absence under the
following rules and procedures:
a) Prior permission must be obtained from the PGP Chairperson for availing of leave.
Students who are going out of station or to their local guardian for overnight stay must
inform Student Affairs Department and obtain permission. If a student is noticed to be
out of station or overnight stay without any intimation, disciplinary action will be taken
against him/her up to the extent of debarring from appearing in the examinations.
b) In case of sickness, students should apply for Medical Leave as mentioned in clause 10.
9.2 Certain exemptions are allowed for absence on account of official duty/ Institute work. The
Chairperson Placements is allowed to award 2 exemptions on account of Placement Work,
and Chairperson, SA is allowed to grant 3 exemptions on account of business school
competitions, festival organization etc.
9.3 Each student is expected to attend a minimum of 80% of classes in each course (i.e. in a 3
credit course, 16 classes out of 20). The grade penalty will be imposed on all the students
who do not meet the minimum 80% attendance requirements in each course in the following
manner:
Attendance of Student
More than or equal to 70% but less than 80%
More than or equal to 60% but less than 70%
More than or equal to 50% but less than 60%
Less than 50%

Grade Penalty
One grade drop (e.g. from A+ to A)
Two grade drop (e.g. from A+ to A-)
Three grade drop (e.g. from A+ to B+)
F grade will be awarded

If a student gets D grade in a particular course and also gets a grade drop due to
attendance shortage, D will become an F grade.

10. Medical Leave


Students are expected to attend scheduled classes, orientation sessions, quizzes and

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examinations during terms as indicated in the academic calendar. Under extraordinary


circumstances, students may obtain leave of absence from Programme, by submitting an
application to Chairperson-PGP or by sending an email.
In case of sickness, students must produce the medical certificate that should be issued
and/or countersigned by the Institute Medical Officer/Doctor (approved) within 2 days
from the date of joining. No student shall be allowed to join the Programme unless he/she
produce the medical fitness certificate which is duly endorsed by Institute approved
Medical Officer/Doctor.
The Medical Officer/Doctor will issue the medical certificates only in case of diagnosed
illness where they are convinced that the student is too ill to attend classes. These include
hospitalization, communicable diseases and accidental injuries (fractures, deep trauma,
etc.).
Before applying to Chairperson-PGP for leave, the student should contact his/her faculty
members to ensure that he/she is not missing any quizzes or examinations during the leave
period.
The PGP Office or concerned faculty will not be responsible for the student losing any
segment of evaluation on account of leave. If leave is approved by the Chairperson-PGP for
examination and quiz sessions, the concern faculty member(s) has full discretion on the
manner in which the grades for that component will be compensated. If a re-examination is
given for any reason, the faculty will be requested to increase the difficulty level, as the
student has effectively had more time to prepare.

11. Academic Performance Evaluation System


The following are the guidelines for academic performance evaluation system:
11.1 The evaluation of academic performance is based on varying combinations of the
following components:
a)
b)
c)
d)

Assignments, Quizzes, Class participation etc.


Project Work
Mid-term Examination
Term-end Examination

While components (c) and (d) are mandatory for a full course and contribute to minimum
of 50%. The proportionate relative weightage of the other components for a specific
course will be at the discretion of the instructor. The evaluation scheme for every course
will be conveyed to the students at the beginning of the course along with the course
outline by the course instructor.
The Faculty Council resolved the following:
1. About 30% students may be given A grade including (A+, A and A-)
2. Grading will be done by the faculty themselves. Faculty members will decide the
percentage of B or C grades depending upon the number of students and their class
performance.
3. The grade submitted by the faculty will be discussed in the moderation committee along
with the course faculty and PGP Committee members.
The Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) will be calculated by computing the sum of grade
points in respective courses multiplied by their respective credits, and dividing it by the
total credits for all courses in the term.

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Similarly, the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) will be calculated at the end of
each term as a composite index of the academic performance of the student up to that
term in the Programme. It therefore means that TGPA is an indicator of student
performance for a term, whereas CGPA is an indicator of student performance up to a
term.
11.2

A student is required to achieve the minimum standards as prescribed below:


i.

Students are required to maintain a TGPA of 4.0 each term, as well as an average of
4.5 at the end of the first year. Failure to do so will lead to the student being asked to
leave the Programme.

ii.

Graduating students at the end of the second year will maintain a CGPA of 5.0 to
qualify for the diploma.

iii.

Placement support will not be provided to any student who does not maintain the
cumulative GPA requirement of 5.00 by the end of the 4th term.

iv.

Merit students (those who are aspiring to receive special awards) will not have any F
grade awarded to them in any course.

v.

Despite the CGPA, no student will be allowed to accumulate more than 2 F/4D/
(1F+2D) grades, at any given point of time. Failure to maintain this will result in the
student being asked to leave the course.

11.3 For students who participate in International Exchange Programme, final CGPA is
computed on the basis of courses taken at IIM Raipur, in Five Terms i.e, Term I to IV and
V or VI.
11.4 The merit list at the end of PGP II Term VI for students participating in International
exchange Programme is generated as under:
For Exchange Programme students, the student will study at a foreign university for one
term preferably in second year. The award of grades will be on the basis of courses taken
at IIM Raipur in FIVE Terms. CGPA will be calculated for all SIX Terms by considering the
evaluation at foreign university as the weighted average GPA of the terms in the second
year at IIM Raipur. While for other students, the CGPA will be on the basis of Courses
taken at IIM Raipur in ALL SIX Terms I to VI.
11.5 If a student fails to qualify any course during the International Exchange Programme, then
F grade obtained in a course(s) will be considered for the purpose of academic evaluation
at IIM Raipur. Separate detailed guidelines for International Exchange Programme are
available at clause no. 18.
11.6 A student who fails to fulfill the conditions for continuation in the Programme or award of
diploma may request the PGP Committee for a review. The PGP Committee may consider
the cases of those students who fail to meet the conditions specified above on account of
extenuating circumstances and take appropriate decision(s), leading to:
a) The PGP Chairperson/Committee may permit a student to repeat course(s), term(s)
or year in the next academic year.
b) The PGP Chairperson/Committee may expel a student from the Programme at any
time if his/her conduct is detrimental to the educational process of the Institute.
c) A student who is expelled or is required to leave the Institute on any ground may file
an appeal to the Director (Chairperson, Faculty Council), who in consultation with the
Council may like to re-consider his/her case and take a decision accordingly. The
decision of the Director on such an appeal will be final and binding.

11.7 Counseling services


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Counseling services through a Counsellor are provided by the Institute to enhance the
quality of life for students on the campus. The counselling extends peer support to
students who may need help in adjusting and managing the demands of the new
environment at IIM Raipur. The services are an integral part of the educational mission of
the institution and support the mission in a variety of ways, such as consultation, teaching,
preventive and developmental interventions, and treatment. Th is counselling includes
providing clinical services to students who are experiencing stress due to academic,
career or personal problems which may interfere with their ability to take full advantage
of the learning opportunities before them.
11.7.1 Mission of the Counseling services:
The Mission of the Counseling is (i) to enhance various areas of students life; and
(ii) to maintain a healthy body and mind relationship

11.7.2 Counseling Service Description:


i.

Study Skills Training: To improve academic performance.


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Improve focus, attention, concentration, organizing skills.

ii.

Personality Enhancement Training: For effective functioning.


- Communication Skills, Inter-personal relationship skills, how to adapt
effectively to new places, settings, roles, responsibilities, and people.

iii.

Treatment of Mental Health Problems: To enhance overall mental health.


- Stress management, relaxation techniques, treatment of problems like anxiety,
depression, alcohol/ drug abuse & dependency, eating disorders, etc.

iv.

Career Counseling: For a good-fit career choice.


- Dealing with ambiguities/ dilemmas, making difficult and major decisions and
choices, etc.

12 Academic Discipline
12.1

The Institute attaches utmost importance to strict integrity and honesty in academic work
by the students. Students must maintain strict discipline in classrooms, examinations,
tests, quizzes, take-home assignments and all other segments of academic work.

12.2

Resorting to copying or helping to copy in any form in examinations or quizzes or home


assignments or other elements of evaluation, and/or reproducing passages from written
work of others without necessary acknowledgement, and/or passing on or receiving
papers in connection with any academic work to be evaluated, and/or canvassing for
grades is strictly prohibited.

12.3

Unless otherwise specified by the concerned faculty, the students must not collaborate
in any way with anybody. In other words, the answers as presented to the concerned
faculty should be independent work of each student. They are advised that they should
not, in their own interest, communicate their written analysis or answers of home
assignments to any other students.

12.4

BRINGING LAPTOPS TO THE CLASSES IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. LAPTOP IS ALLOWED IN


THE CLASS ROOM ONLY UPON THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE INSTRUCTOR.

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12.5

MOBILE PHONES ARE TOTALLY BANNED IN THE CLASS. IN THE INCIDENT OF LOCATION
OF THE MOBILE PHONES/LAPTOPS IN THE CLASS/EXAMINATION HALL BY ANY STUDENT,
THE STUDENT MAY BE DEBARRED FROM CLASSES.

12.6

EATABLES VIZ., TEA, COFFEE, SNACKS AND ANY OTHER ITEMS ARE STRICTLY
PROHIBITED IN THE CLASS ROOMS.

12.7

All students must attend classes in a formal decent dress.

13 Examination Rules
Following examination rules will be observed:

13.1

All students must occupy their respective seats as per the seating plan. Any student
found shuffling the seating arrangement, or not occupying his/her seat at the scheduled
commencement time for the examination may be disallowed from the examination.

13.2

Doors of the Examination Hall will be closed immediately on the commencement of the
examination and the late comers will be allowed till 15 minutes from the time of
commencement.

13.3

Students must put their signatures and the serial number(s) of the answer books/
supplementary sheets on the attendance sheet.

13.4

Students are not permitted to use pencils for writing answers in examinations.

13.5

Students are not permitted to carry any of their mobile phones/bags/folders/ notes into
the examination hall. All such materials, other than those specified by the instructor
through the PGP Office, must be kept near the security guards table on the ground floor
or in the separate room near the examination halls, before the start of the examination.
The room will remain closed until the end of the examination. If any material is found
near the PGP Block, other than the specified place, the same will be considered an
attempt to use unfair means.

13.6

No answer book(s) or question paper(s) will be issued to any student as long as he/she
is in possession of any book/ notes/bags etc. However, with the permission of the
Instructor(s) concerned, prescribed books are allowed to be brought in for an open
book examination. Bringing any other book(s) (for open book examination) will also be
considered as adopting unfair means.

13.7

Ordinarily no student would be permitted to temporarily leave the examination hall


while the examination is in progress. Permission to temporarily leave the hall may be
granted in exceptional circumstances.

13.8

No student shall be permitted temporary absence from the examination hall during the
first 60 minutes of an examination under any circumstances.

13.9

No student shall be permitted temporary absence from the examination hall during the
last 15 minutes of an examination.

13.10 Not more than one student shall be permitted temporary absence from the examination
hall at any given time.

13.11 The period of temporary absence from the hall must be recorded in the sheet provided
in the examination hall and must not exceed more than two minutes.

13.12 Any student desirous to leave the examination room early, will be permitted to leave

only before 30 minutes of the total examination time and must leave the PGP Block
immediately. Silence must be maintained when arriving for or leaving from an
examination.

13.13 If any student is found discussing anything with another student during examination,
either inside or outside the examination hall, the same will also be treated as adopting

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unfair means. Strict vigilance and random checking will be done in this regard, and
severe punishment will be imposed whenever a student is found to be violating these
regulations.

13.14 Exchange of computers, calculators, mathematical and other tables, charts etc., is not
permitted during examinations, unless specifically allowed by the instructor.

13.15 Instructors/Invigilators have been authorized to disqualify any student who is found to
violate any of these instructions or resorting to any unfair means.

13.16 Academic Penalty


a) For a first time offender: F Grade in that course
b) The student concerned will have to step down from any position of responsibility
(elected or selected) that he/she may be holding
c) For a repeat offender: The penalty could be more severe including possible
expulsion from the programme.

14 Academic Offence
The Institute recognizes two types of academic offence.
14.1.1 Plagiarism: copying from a source without due acknowledgement in either
presentations, quizzes project submissions etc., the penalty of which is the award of the
F grade in the entire course.

14.2

Cheating: using unfair means in the scheduled examinations (mid-term or end term)
like passing chits, mobile phones, calculators or computers or carrying hidden material
that is likely to give the examinee an unfair advantage. The penalty for this is rustication
from the Programme.
Under no circumstances, the answer books are to be taken out of the
classrooms/examination halls. Handing in the answer books will be the sole responsibility
of the student.

14.3

There will not be any compensatory examination on account of absence from mid-term
and term-end examinations on any ground. Thus, any absentee will be awarded 0 (zero)
marks on account of absence in any component of the evaluation scheme. Students only
on medical leave or absent due to the death in the immediate family (parents, spouse,
siblings, and children) may however, be given an opportunity to repeat course(s) in the
next academic session, or appear in a special examination if so permitted by the PGP
Chairperson/Committee. The Institute will decide all such cases on case to case basis
at the end of the academic term or session.

14.4

The concerned faculty members will show evaluated Mid-term examination answer
books/Assignments/Project Reports/Quizzes to the students through PGP Office. The
students must return examination answer books. The students not getting the midterm answer books should report the matter to respective class representative within 2
days of showing the answer books, failing which it will be assumed that all students have
collected their answer books. The PGP Office will show the End-term examination
answer books in the following term. Clarification on evaluation of mid-term examination
can be directly sought from the faculty concerned. For End-term examinations, students
should submit the clarification desired, if any, in writing to PGP Office. Students will not
contact the faculty members directly for clarification unless permitted by the
Chairperson, PGP. Requests for seeing evaluated answer books shall not be entertained
one week after the declared date and in case one week before the convocation.
The decision of the Faculty is final in this regard.

15 Award of Diploma
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The Post Graduate Programme in Management will be awarded to such students those who
have fulfilled all conditions and requirements laid down by the faculty in respective
courses. The Diploma will be awarded at the Institute's Annual Convocation, which is held
towards the end of each academic year as indicated in the Academic Calendar.
All students qualifying for the Diploma shall pay a Convocation fee along with the 6thterm
fee. All students shall attend the Convocation and must confirm their participation to the
PGP Office. All the students seeking Diploma must clear all the dues and submit the
clearance form from the various departments on prescribed form, at least three working
days, before the Convocation.
Those who are interested in receiving the award of Diploma in absentia must intimate
Chairperson, PGP or PGP Office before the Convocation and will have to pay an additional
fee as prescribed by the PGP office. The Institute has provision for issuing duplicate
Diploma in some restricted cases.

15.1

Awards

Chairperson's Gold Medal is awarded to the graduating student who ranks first in
academic performance in the Post-graduate Programme.

Director's Medal is awarded to the graduating student who ranks second in


academic performance in the Post-graduate Programme.

PGP Chairperson's Medal is awarded to the graduating student who ranks third in
academic performance in the Post-graduate Programme.

In addition there is Best Student Award which is determined on academic and cocurricular performance and the students contribution to institution building. This will
be awarded by the Faculty Council.
These medals are awarded to the students subject to their attaining minimum standards
of scholastic excellence specified from time to time. No student would be given a medal
if he/she has received an F in any course.
Medals would not be awarded to those not being able to convocate on account of being
on an International Exchange Programme in the 6th Term, and for which results may not
be received in time before the convocation. However, the medal will be awarded to the
student in the next academic year.

15.2

Policy for issuing duplicate PGP Diploma


The Institute will issue a duplicate Diploma only in the case where the original is lost or
damaged. In case of loss of original Diploma, the student shall have to furnish an affidavit
and a copy of FIR reporting that the original Diploma is lost. In case of damaged Diploma,
the student shall have to submit the damaged Diploma. In-order to seek a duplicate
Diploma, the student shall also have to furnish:

A passport size photograph of self;


Copy of transcripts of PGDM from IIM Raipur and
Copy of birth certificate of self.

The present Chairperson BOG, the Director and the PGP Chairperson, will sign the
duplicate Diploma.
An amount of Rs.5000/-will be charged for the issue of duplicate Diploma.

15.3

Policy for issuing Duplicate Transcripts (Grade Card/Certificate)


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The Institute provides the facility of sending official copies of the transcripts to our alumni
desirous of pursuing further studies abroad or who have lost the originals. An amount of
Rs.1000/-per set 1styear or 2ndyear will be charged for issue of Duplicate Transcripts.

15.4

Policy for issuing Duplicate Identity Card


In case of lost identity cards, the duplicate cards may be issued on fulfillment of the
following requirements:

A copy of the FIR lodged in a police station.


A fine of Rs. 500/-

However, in case of damaged identity cards, students will be required to deposit the
damaged card along with a fine of Rs.500/-

16 Financial Assistance
The objective of the Institutes Financial Assistance Scheme is to provide adequate financial
aid opportunities, so that no student is prevented from pursuing the Programme due to
financial constraints.

16.1

SC/ST Scholarships
All PGP-II students belonging to SC/ST category who successfully complete the
Programme are eligible for a one time SC/ST Scholarship of Government of India.
Deserving SC/ST students (based on family income) are also eligible for Central Sector
Scholarship from Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment/Ministry of Tribal
Affairs.
Deserving SC/ST students (based on family income) are also eligible for scholarships
from their respective State Governments wherever applicable, covering the nonrefundable components of the fees and maintenance charges.
Student should have his/her caste certificate produced in order to be considered for
the SC/ST Scholarship.

16.2

Loan Schemes
The Institute has made arrangements with nationalized banks to provide loans for all
needy students to finance the educational expenses at IIM Raipur. Interested students
may apply for loan to only one of these banks. Procurement and repayment of loans will
be made by mutual agreement between the student and the bank. The Institute does not
bear any financial or other obligation connected with the loan either to student or to bank.

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17 Library
Library acts as the main learning resource centre of the institute. It has been providing up
to date and nascent information resources and services both in hard and soft forms to the
academic and administrative communities since 2010. It has thus become an indispensable
learning resource centre for students, researchers and faculty members of the institute. The
library has built a robust collection of books, subscription to print journals, magazines,
newspapers, and many other resources like student's project reports, CDs/DVDs etc.

The Library offers its users the convenient access to the best of Business Management
related digital resources through its subscription to e-databases and e-journals consisting
of scholarly contents round the clock all across the campus via Wi-Fi network. Remote
access facility is also available on request.

a)

Services

b)

Reference Services
Circulation
Fully automated Library Operation
Inter library Loan Facilities
Current Awareness Services
Information Alert Services
Selective Dissemination of Information Services
Web based Digital Library Services
Offline Search Services
User Awareness Programmes
Authentication Testing of In house publications
Remote Access Service
Book Display
Photocopy Services

Timing
Library opens from 9 A.M. to 10 P. M. on all working days and from 9.30 A.M to 6 P.M on
Sundays and holidays. Digital Library is available for Round the Clock.

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c)

Learning Resources
a. Books: The library has successfully built up a comprehensive collection of over 86000
books from which 80,000 books are available in electronic form and 6000 books are
in print format.
b. Dissertation and Theses: The Library subscribes to 15 lakh Dissertation and Theses
on management and its allied areas.
c. Journals: Library subscribes more than 14000 journals in electronic format.
d. Magazines: The Library subscribes to 30 print magazines specific to the academic
and research needs of the institute.
e. Newspapers: The library subscribes to 2318 newspapers to cater to the needs of the
students and academic community. Out of which 2300 are available on electronic
format and 18 are in print format

d)

Membership and Borrowing Entitlement


Library members include all faculty, students and staff of IIM-R.

17.1

Internal
Category
PGP Students
PGPWE Students
FPM/EFPM Students

17.2

Borrowing Period
5 books for 14 days
3 books for 14 days
7 books for 30 days

E-Resources

IIM Raipur Library is subscribing to most of the leading E-Resources of Business Management
which include Elseviers Science Direct, ABI/INFORM COMPLETE (Proquest), Business Source
Complete (EBSCO), Emerald Management Extra, Econolit Full Text, Informs Pubsuite, JSTOR,
EPW, Econolit (Fulltext), Sage HSS, Springer journals, Wiley Blackwell Journals, Taylor and
Francis Journals, Oxford Journals and Macmillan Online Dictionary of Economics. The
databases subscribed by the library includes CMIE, ACE, Capitaline, Euromonitor,
Indiastat.com, Crisil Research and Insight. The library collection also enriched with the ebooks
from Proquest, Emerald and Springer. (The details are available in the institutes website
www.iimraipur.ac.in)

17.3

Library Rules

a) The Library follows an open access system.


b) Books or other materials taken from the stacks should not be re-shelved by the readers
but should be left on the tables reserved for this purpose. Please remember that a book
misplaced is a book lost.
c) While entering the library, readers should leave their personal belongings, such as
bags, brief-cases, personal books, and parcels near the counter reserved for this
purpose. However, they can carry loose papers and note books.
d) Readers leaving the library should allow the library/security staff to examine their
personal belongings.
e) Readers should maintain peace in the library and should not disturb other users in any
way.
f) Borrowing Entitlement: Books can be borrowed against library card issued by the
library to the borrowers.

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g) The library card is non-transferable and their loss should be immediately reported to
the library. Although the library will take all possible care against the misuse of the
library card, it is the holder of the library card who is responsible for any loss to the
library due to the misuse of his/her library card. A fee of Rs.500/- will be charged for
issuing a duplicate library card.
h) Issue and Return: The borrower may return or renew the book on or before the due date.
For renewing, presentation of the material along with the booklet/tickets is necessary.
Renewal is not permitted if a demand is pending for the material.
i) The library can recall material after two weeks of issue. Materials to be replaced on
reserve can be recalled any time.
j) If a book is not returned to the library when due, the borrower will be fined Re.1/- per
day per volume for first 15 days and Rs.5/- per day per volume for rest of the days. For
books available for overnight borrowing only, the overdue fine will be Rs.5/- per hour
will be charged. The library can refuse to issue books to a borrower having overdue
books.
k) Loss of borrowed material must be immediately reported in writing. The replacement
charge (double the current price) for lost material, will also include overdue charges if
applicable.
l) A user can take help of library staff for search of Books. The users are entitled to use
reading room for self-study from the books/journals/magazines available in the library.
m) All users are requested to keep their mobiles switched off or in silent mode in the
library. Use of speaker phone/head phone is not allowed in the library.
n) Spitting, Smoking, Drinking, Eating or Chewing of tobacco, Loitering, disturbing the
other users inside the library is strictly forbidden. Action will be taken for breaking of
rules.
o) Users assume the obligation of keeping the library materials in good condition.
Materials damaged, defaced or lost must have to be replaced by a fresh copy.
Otherwise three times cost/market price will be realized from the borrower.
p) Disfiguration, damage or marking of any kind on any book or any other material
belonging to the library is punishable with fine.
q) Conversation and discussion inside library is not allowed. It disturbs library ambience.
Similarly, an unruly behavior is not allowed in the library. This is of utmost importance
to allow each member to have a calm environment within the library.
r) Suggestions for desirable help or improvement of facilities in the library can be
submitted, preferably in written form, to the Librarian.
s) No visitor or guest is permitted to use the library without the prior permission of the
Librarian. He / She is required to produce a proper introduction letter from the
concerned Institution/Organization to which he/she is attached.
t) Readers should be courteous to the librarian, library staff and fellow students.
u) Library books are not transferable.
v) All the users may please get the books checked while making an exit from the library.
w) If in any case the authority feels a student/user is disturbing other users, he/she may be
not allowed to enter into the library.
x) Admission to the library may be refused to anyone who violates the Library Rules and
Regulations

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18 International Relations

18.1

International Student Exchange (Outgoing)

18.1.1 Scope
a) The following guidelines are intended to provide guidance to students, faculty and staff
in taking decision related to Nominating students for International student exchange
(henceforth: ISE) with our international partner institution.
b) International academic collaboration and student exchange is a key aspect of our
academic strategy. International Student Exchange offers the opportunity to study in
another country for one academic term or semester and gain cross-cultural
experiences.
c) Students participating in the exchange Programme will receive the diploma of IIM
Raipur when they will complete all the requirements of PGP Programme at IIM Raipur
as well as the host institution.
d) We have been expanding our international network. Refer our International Relation site
to get updated information about our existing partners. We have formal collaboration
with our partnering institutes for Student and Staff Mobility, Sharing of Academic
Resources and Joint Academic Research.
e) The numbers of international partner institution varies each academic year so is the
number of seats available for ISE Programme.
f) As per our agreement with partner institutions, students do not have to pay tuition fees
at host institutions. However students are responsible for paying for travel, insurance,
accommodation and general living expenses themselves. Please ensure that you have
the funds to support before making an application.
g) Nominated students will pay all customary tuition fees to their home institution while
participating in the exchange Programme.
h) Limited grant are available for eligible students to participate in ISE Programme.
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cost of Registration Charges, Travel Expenditure, and Cost of Study Material limited to
Rs 1.5 lakh, subject to fulfilling the other criteria associated with this grant (refer
relevant section)
i) For academic year 2015-16 our international partner institutes are:

18.2

ALBA Graduate Business School, Athens, Greece


Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Grenoble Ecole De Management, Grenoble, France
Groupe ESC Troyes In Champagne, France
HHL Graduate School of Management, Liepzig, Germany
IESEG School of Management, Paris, France
IPADE Business School, Mexico City, Mexico
The University of Newcastle, Australia
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Yonsei University, Seoul , Korea

Prerequisites for Participation in ISE

a) Students can complete a part of their studies at a foreign institution with which IIM Raipur
has an agreement for the exchange of students.
b) Under the exchange Programme students are permitted to enroll for selective course(s)
for one semester/term provided they meet the requirements of the PGP Programme as
well as the requirements of the host institution e.g. language proficiency, work
experience etc.
c) Decision on acceptance of students by host institutions is guided by the admission
policy of the host institutions. IIM Raipur only nominates the students.
d) Credits and grades earned at the foreign institution will be formally transferred to IIM
Raipur and will be considered towards the fulfilment of the PGP Programme. Student
has to meet all the credit requirements (core and electives combination) at home and
the host institution.
e) The conversion of the credits is done on the basis of class hours. As per requirement
each 30 hours (28 hours for European Institutes) class-contact hours and 50-70 hours of
further outside classroom studies contributes to 3 Credits.
f) Both home and host institutions will not permit you to join a course late by more than two
days. Likewise you cannot leave the term's courses before the term has formally closed.

18.3

Selection Policies and Procedures

a) All students enrolled with PGP Programme at IIM Raipur are eligible to apply for ISE
Programme in a prescribed Application Form (ISE).
b) The Application for ISE Programme may include signing of declaration for placement
and proof of income and others.
c) An independent Nomination Committee (ISE) consisting of three faculty members
decides on application with an interview with applicant.
d) Nomination of student for participating in ISE Programme is based on following criteria:
Academic performance; Statement of Purpose and Career Goals; Global Awareness;
Subject Knowledge; Involvement in Extra-curricular activities; Overall conduct and
integrity.

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e) Criteria for nomination of students to participate in ISE Programme are decided by


faculty council every year and may vary year to year. In this connection, decision of the
Nomination Committee is final and binding on the students.
f) Based on aggregate score students can opt for their preferred destinations. Those who
do not get their preferred destinations even after they have exhausted their preferences
can seek another place provided it is available and nobody else has opted for it.
g) However, the Institute reserves the right to nominate a person to a Partner Institute and
in some cases IIM Raipur may leave seat vacant if the Nomination Committee is not able
to find a suitable candidate.
h) A selected student committee at IIM Raipur assist International Relation Office in
executing the activities and act as a direct contact for students for information.

18.4

Administrative Requirements

a) If nominated and accepted by the host institution, student has to intimate PGP office
about the Acceptance letter, the Academic calendars and Course descriptions, before
leaving IIM Raipur Campus.
b) During their stay at host institution, student has to provide a regular progress report to
PGP Office in the prescribed Progress Report Form (ISE).
c) After returning to India, the student would directly report to IIM Raipur for the term
without a single day absence. In genuine case, attendance waiver is possible as per the
provision of PGP Office and with the approval of PGP Chairman.
d) Students will not get any rebate towards the hostel charges and other compulsory dues
for the period of absence at IIM Raipur.
.

e) Practical arrangements related to travel, housing, health, insurance and books and
study materials etc. are students own responsibilities. In some cases, the host institution
provides support and information on housing and other practical issues like acceptance
letter for visa, local health insurance etc.
f) Selected exchange students will pay all customary tuition fees to their home institution
while participating in the exchange Programme in due time. They are also entitled to
pay due fees at host institution as per requirements.
g) Neither institution will be responsible for expenses incurred by spouses and families of
visiting students.
h) Students selected for ISE are eligible to participate in placement process, however if
you applied for ISE and nominated by IIM Raipur to participate in ISE, you have to join
the partnering institution for selected term irrespective of your placement result.
i) Each exchange student shall be responsible for obtaining a visa and related travel
documents necessary to pursue studies at the host institution before departing from
their home countries. Both institutions will assist as necessary in satisfying host site visa
requirements and other necessary formalities for the visiting students.
j) In the event an exchange student withdraws for any reason from the Programme of study
prior to completion of same at a host institution, the withdrawal and refund policies of
the student's home institution shall apply.
k) IIM Raipur is not responsible for any delay in receiving grades. If all grades are not
available by the time to convocation, student will receive the original diploma in next
convocation. However provisional certificates will be issue to the student as per
provision.

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l) IIM Raipur has the right to use all information related to the grant in any public document
and platforms.

18.5

Grant for Participation in International Student Exchange (ISE) Programme

18.5.1 Scope
a) International academic collaboration and student exchange is a key aspect of our
academic strategy. Under International Student Exchange Programme, PGP students
are eligible to continue a part of their study (for one term/semester) with our
international partner institutions. The numbers of international partner institution varies
each academic year so is the number of seats available for ISE Programme. The total
number of seats available for every academic year is announced at the beginning of
each academic year.
b) Under this provision limited financial grant (as per budgetary provision) are available
to students for participating in ISE Programme.
c) Up to ten students may receive limited reimbursement of actual cost of Registration
Charges, Travel Expenditure, and Cost of Study Material limited to Rs 1.5 lakh.
d) Each PGP student is eligible to apply for this grant once during his/her study at IIM
Raipur subject to fulfilling the other criteria associated with this grant.
e) The decision on grant application is based on the decision made by Grant Review
Committee (ISE) consisting of Chairman- PGP, Chairperson- FPM and ChairmanInternational Relation.
f) Interested students may apply to Grant Review Committee in a prescribed Grant
Application Form after his/her nomination for ISE (Outgoing) Programme.
18.5.2 Prerequisites for Applying for Grant
a) The Grant is available to those students whose family income is less than Rs. 6 lakh per
annum.
b) Applicant should have an excellent academic record and must have cleared all his/her
examinations for first time (no F or I) with an average CGPA of 6 and above.
c) Applicant must have nominated by Selection (Nomination) Committee for participation
in ISE Programme. Details about ISE nomination are available with International Relation
Office.
d) Overall student performance and conduct are considered as part of selection.
e) Applicant must have followed all the procedure for ISE Nomination and must have
signed all required declaration.
f) Every effort should be made to obtain other external scholarships. If a student is
receiving any scholarship that also covers the similar expenditures; the grant will be
withdrawn from the student.

18.5.3 General Principles of Financial Grant for ISE


a) Only nominated students can apply for grant through a prescribed Grant Application
Form along with proof of annual dependent family income.

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b) Individual IT return and Income Certificate from appropriate authority can only be used
as proof of family income.
c) IIM Raipur reserves the right to withdraw grant approval from student on the following
grounds:
i)
Poor Academic Performance of the Student (CGPA 6 and above is desirable).
ii) Unprofessional Conduct/ Unethical Practice
iii) International Travel Advisories.
iv) Financial Constraints
18.5.4 Grant Policy and Guidelines
a) The Institute will reimburse following expenses:
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.

A return airfare in economy class in a shortest possible route to the Nominated


Institute for Selected Term
Travel Insurance
VISA Fees
Registration Fees (if any)
Cost of Study Materials (if payable and prescribed by the institute)

b) Students will book the tickets and insurance


c) Local Travel will not be covered in the grant
d) Passport fees will be borne by the participants
e) The student can obtain up to 80% of the expenses limited to Rs.1.5 lakh in advance on
production of original receipts, details of registration and itineraries
f) The exchange rate prevailing during the period of travel will be considered for
expenses.
g) All travel advances, claims and settlements are subject to subsequent audit as per IIM
Raipurs rules.
h) It is the joint responsibility of the Claimant and Approver to ensure that the travel
advance, claim or settlement is complete, accurate and approved before submitting to
Finance.
i) The institute assumes no responsibility towards any loss or injury from the accident.
j) The student must sign an indemnity bond with the institute before leaving IIM Raipur
campus.
18.5.5 Guidelines for Submitting Claims
a) All documents must be submitted in original.
b) The travel grant awarded can only be used in the approved financial year.
c) Students must adhere to the approved budget for participating in ISE. Expenses beyond
the approved amount are the responsibility of the student.
d) Expenses will not be reimbursed without proper/original receipts.
e) On returns from abroad all the bills and supporting papers must be submitted only on
English language.
f) Student should submit all receipts and boarding passes and any other documentation to
support the reimbursement upon return.
g) Unspent money should be refunded to the institute.

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h) Amount in Excess of prescribed limit may not be necessarily reimbursed.


i) Use the prescribed claim form to submit the receipts and boarding passes to the PGP
Office within seven working days of the students return.
j) If the student is travelling during Term 5 or Term 6, the entire claim should be settled
before the annual convocation, otherwise student will not receive any diploma during
the convocation or afterward.
k) As part of policy there should not be any change of approved Programme, however on
genuine reasons like ill-health, immigration issue etc. the change may be permissible.
All can cancellation charges are required to be endured by the participants only.
l) IIM Raipur has the right to use all information related to the grant in any public document
and platforms.

18.6

Grant for Participation in International Events of Academic Nature

18.6.1 Scope
a) The following guidelines are intended to provide guidance to students, faculty and staff
in taking decision related to travel grant for participation in international events of
academic nature (henceforth: international event).
b) IIM Raipur has identified following types of international events of high repute;
preferably organised by an institute placed in Financial Times top 100 Business School
ranking in the current year, and of academic in nature to be considered under this
scheme:
i.
International Business Case Writing and/or Presentation Competition.
ii.
International Business Plan Competition.
iii.
International Competition focusing on Business Solutions to Social Problems
c) Under this provision limited financial grant (as per budgetary provision) are available
to students or student teams for participating the international event.
d) Under this provision up to ten students (may constitute multiple teams) may receive
limited reimbursement of their expenditure and each PGP student is eligible to apply
for this grant once during his/her study at IIM Raipur subject to fulfilling the other
criteria associate with this grant.
e) The maximum size of the grant per student is limited to Rs 1.5 Lakh.
f) The decision on ten students will be based on first come first serve basis.
18.6.2 General Principles
a) The proposed international event must contribute to improved understanding of the
Subject area of Management and help in solving a pressing problem at any level of
business enterprise and/or society.
b) The participating team must demonstrate that entry into the competition will have a net
positive benefit for the business under consideration.
c) Though students are encouraged to participate in competitions, it should be consider
as a privilege, not to exert right. The students participating in an international event will
represent IIM Raipur, its flagship Programmes and its alumni.
d) We are committed to create a nurturing, supportive environment at campus, it is
expected that fellow students will support the nominated team(s). Competitions should
not be used to create a hostile environment within the PGP Programme.

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e) The competitions are intended to develop Team Building and Action Project
Development. Business Competition activities should be inclusive, not divisive.
Business plan competition activities should be a positive experience for all involved in
the project.
f) IIM Raipur reserves the right to withdraw approval from any team on the following
grounds:
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.

Poor Academic Performance of a Team Member (CGPA 6 and above is


desirable)
Poor Team Performance
Unprofessional Conduct and Unethical Practice
Conflict with Examination or Assignments
International Travel Advisories
Financial Constraints

g) As a matter of policy, the cash prizes, which may be won at these competitions, be
equally split amongst all team members.
18.6.3 Submission of Proposals
a) If a student / team has decided to participate in any International Event it should follow
the following procedures before the final submission:
b) Complete the Intent to Compete Form and obtain the approval from Chairman-PGP
and/or Chairman-International Relations and the Director, IIM Raipur.
c) An independent committee consisting of faculty members and chaired by ChairmanPGP or Chairman-International Relation will evaluate the proposal before nominating
the team for participation.
d) Prior to registering for a competition, approval must be obtained from the relevant
faculty member(s) whose classes are scheduled during event period.
e) Students will remain responsible for all coursework while attending competitions.
However they will be granted with On-Duty leave for attending such events, subject to
approval of Chairman-PGP.
f) Prepare a complete proposal describing the details of Business Case/Business
Model/Business Plan/ or any required report along with a draft presentation for
approval.
g) Submit the Travel Form along with proposal.
h) An independent expert committee constituted by IIM Raipur will review the proposal.
Any suggestions on composition, language, etc. must be incorporated into the revised
proposal. The proposal will also be vetted for applicability and quality of submission.
i) There should not be any violation to intellectual property and non-disclosure agreement
requirements.
j) Teams must prepare for one preparatory presentation in front of the committee formed
for evaluation purpose.
k) Grant Review Committee (International Event) consisting of Chairman-PGP, ChairmanInternational Relation and, ChairmanStudent Affairs will take a decision on grant after
receiving recommendation from evaluation/expert committee.
l) All approval for funding is based on budgetary availability.
m) Every effort should be made to obtain other external sponsorship, if the deadline
permits.

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18.6.4 Grant Policy and Guidelines


a) The Institute will reimburse the following expenses:
A return airfare by economy class in a shortest possible route to Competition
venue.
Travel Insurance
Registration Fees (if any).
Accommodation cost up to USD 50 per night. (use of international students hostel
is advisable)
b) Students will book the tickets, insurance and stay arrangements.
c) Local Travel and Meals will be borne by the participants.
d) Passport and VISA fees will be borne by the participants.
e) The student can obtain up to 80% of the expenses limited to Rs.1.5 lakh in advance on
production of details of registration receipt, and itineraries (as in travel form).
f) The exchange rate prevailing during the period of travel will be considered for
expenses.
g) All travel advances, claims and settlements are subject to subsequent audit as per IIM
Raipurs rules.
h) It is the joint responsibility of the Claimant and Approver to ensure that the travel
advance, claim or settlement is complete, accurate and approved before submitting to
Finance.
i) The institute assumes no responsibility towards any loss or injury from the accident.
j) The student must sign an indemnity bond with the institute before leaving IIM Raipur
campus.
18.6.5 Guidelines for Submitting Claims
a) All documents must be submitted in original.
b) The travel grant awarded can only be used in the approved financial year.
c) Teams must adhere to the approved budget for attending the competition. Expenses
beyond the approved amount are the responsibility of the student team.
d) Expenses will not be reimbursed without proper/original receipts.
e) On returns from abroad all the bills and supporting papers must be submitted only on
English language.
f) Team should allocate responsibilities to team member(s) for collecting all receipts and
boarding passes and any other documentation to support the reimbursement upon
return.
g) Unspent money should be refunded to the institute.
h) Amount in Excess of prescribed limit may not be necessarily reimbursed.
i) There is a provision to requests for further reimbursement by applying to Director.
j) The original receipts and boarding passes along with the claim form must be submitted
to PGP Office/Finance within seven working days of the teams return.
k) If the student or team participating in an event during their Academic Term-6, all the
claims should be settled before convocation, otherwise students will not receive any
diploma during convocation or afterward.

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l) As part of policy there should not be any change of approved Programme, however on
genuine reasons like ill-health, immigration issue etc. the change may be permissible.
All can cancellation charges are required to be endured by the participants only.
m) IIM Raipur has the right to use all the information related to the grant and the event in
any public media and platforms.

19 Placements
It is the students' responsibility to make themselves familiar to all the placement rules,
regulations and guidelines. If there is any doubt or clarification required by any student, it
is his right and duty to get the same resolved by the placement office.
Following rules will be observed for placements:

19.1 Summer Internship: (3 Credit Course)


Each of the first year students will be required to work on an assignment with a company
or an organization for a period of eight to ten weeks at the end of the first year of the
Programme. The summer internship, a three credit course, is an integral part of the PostGraduate Programme. The Career Development and Placement Office will assist the
students in finding suitable summer assignments. The summer internship aims at
achieving the following objectives:
Application of knowledge and techniques learnt in the first year to real life problems
and the test out and enrich ones understanding, knowledge and skills.
Gaining deeper understanding of specific functional areas.
Appreciating the inter-linkage among different functions and developing a realistic
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The Placement Office will provide the students with detailed guidelines for summer
placement. The student must provide the relevant information about the project to the
PGP Office within 15 days after the commencement of the project.
The students will be required to submit a written project report, and a certificate from the
host organization certifying the completion of the assignment, at the time of registration
for term IV. No students will be allowed to register for the second year (term IV) without
these documents.
Registration for second year is confirmed only if the summer project is rated satisfactory.
In case further study, analysis, or modification of the report is suggested by the host
organization in their evaluation report, the same must be completed not later than 1 week
after the start of the term.
19.1.1 Notices
It is the students' responsibility to keep a close watch on each and every notice put up
on the Placement Notice Board/ mails from the official placement id from time to time
and follows the deadline/ instructions within the stipulated time. It may not be possible
to inform the students individually for the same. In case the students do not adhere the
deadline/ instruction disciplinary action will be taken.
19.1.2 Summer Internship Window
a)

Summer Internship Programme Window will open from 20th August. Students,
desiring to apply through their own, can give self-choice by this date. However,
such students shall continue to be eligible for the campus process.

b) The self-option window will be available till 30th September and students can take
Institute Request Letter by this date. For this, the students are expected to apply
in print copy duly signed and submit to Placement Committee. This application
from the student should clearly denote the details of the addressee (Name,
Designation, Company and Address). The Chairman Placement reserves the right
not to issue the letter in specific cases.
c)

The student may apply for the companies by signing up within the stipulated time.
Once signed up for the company, the student cannot withdraw from that
company`s process.

d) In case the student has simultaneously entered into two or more processes, the
decision of first company shall be binding.
e) In case the student has signed up for a company and also gets letter of offer from
outside, the result of the campus company shall be binding.
f)

Students have to summit their offer letter within 4 working days of the issue of the
letter. Stale letters shall not be entertained and that offer shall be referred to as
null and void.

19.1.3 Pre-Placement Talk (PPT)


For the convenience of the students the PPT rules for Summer Placement are as under:
a)

The maximum allowable absence from Pre Placement Talk is One (1).

b)

If the above rule is not adhered to, the following would be applicable:
2nd Miss - Debarred from the first two companies the student APPLIES FOR.
3rd Miss - Debarred from the first five companies the student APPLIES FOR.

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4th Miss - Complete Debarment from Placements


c)

Students who do not attend the pre placement talk should take written permission
from the Chairman Placement.

d)

Dress Code: The students are required to strictly adhere to formal dress code for
PPTs. Those found in in-formals would not be allowed to enter the hall and would
be treated as absent.

e)

Students are supposed to maintain decorum once inside the PPT hall. Irrelevant
questions should be avoided. Laptops, eatables, etc. are not allowed into the PPT
hall and the usage of mobile phones is strictly prohibited.

f)

No students will be allowed to enter the hall after the company officials enter the
hall.

g)

It is the responsibility of the students attending the PPT to make sure that their
attendance is taken. No proxy attendance would be accepted.

It is the students' responsibility to make himself / herself familiar to all the placement
rules, regulations and guidelines. If there is any doubt or clarification required by
any student, it is his right and duty to get it resolved by the placement office.
19.1.4 Sign up
Whenever a company invites applications for summer placement, the notice will be
sent via email. The interested students would be required to apply for the company
by replying to the email before the deadline is over.
19.1.5 Process
a)

If any student wants to withdraw he/ she may do so before the CVs are dispatched,
he/ she will have to send a mail to the placement id mentioning the reason for
withdrawal and get an acknowledgement by any one from the placement
committee.

b)

The students are prohibited from mentioning their CAT scores while interacting
with the companies or in the CVs. This score should not be communicated to the
companies in any form.

c)

Once the CVs are dispatched, the students are not allowed to withdraw. Hence
students are required to think/ check out all the details about the company/ Job
profile before applying to any company.

d)

While applying to companies from outside the students cannot forward their IIM
Raipur CV. They will have to send a non IIM Raipur CV. Their CVs cannot bear the
IIM Raipur logo and the placement office details. Any such applications must be
pre-approved by the Chairman Placements.

e)

If any student apart from the Volunteers (who will be pre-decided by the
Placement Committee) tries to meet the company officials directly for any
clarification he/ she shall be debarred from the next 10 companies visiting the
campus.

f)

If a student is found to be approaching a company on his/ her own or forward his/


her CV, without written permission from the Chairman Placement, he/ she would
be debarred from the entire summer Placement process.

g)

Any students if found guilty of associating themselves in some way to sabotage or


deliberately underperform in the interview/company would be penalized for the
same.

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h)

Once a student is short listed by a company and he/ she fails to appear for the
selection process the students would be debarred form the entire summer
placement process.

i)

If a student fails to submit the CV/ verify the documents within the stipulated
period, the student would be debarred from the entire placement process.

j)

If a student is caught cheating during a test being conducted by any company as a


part of the placement process, the student is liable to be debarred from the entire
placement process.

19.1.6 Self-Option/Opt Out


a)

If a student wants to apply to any company from outside he/ she has to take written
permission from the Chairman Placement, mentioning the details of the company
applied for and will have to opt out of the summer placement process.

b)

All industry sponsored students are considered to have opted out of the placement
process by default. Any student wishing to opt out of Campus Placement process
should inform the Chairman-Placements latest by 30th October, of that year,
afterwards Placement Office will not accept any opt out request.

c)

Those students who will not sign the placement rule within the stipulated period,
we consider that they have opted out of Placement Process from campus and debar
from the entire process automatically.

19.2 Final Placement Rules


The Placement Office will help, guide and counsel the second year students in securing
suitable permanent placement at the end of the Programme by bringing them in touch
with prospective employers.

Students availing of the placement facility provided by the Institute will be


charged a fee as decided by the Institute form time to time.
Campus interviews for placement normally commence in the month of January &
February.
Normally no leave of absence from class for attending placement interviews will
be allowed until the end of the Programme.
Placement facilities may not be provided to those students who have arrears with
the Institute.

The campus placement Programme will be conducted according to rules framed


each year by the Placement Office in consultation with the student representatives.
Once finalized, the rules are binding on each student participating in the Programme,
and their violation may disqualify the student(s) concerned from seeking campus
placement.
19.2.1 Notices
It is the students' responsibility to keep a close watch on each and every notice put
up on the Placement Notice Board or communicated through electronic medium from
time to time and follow the deadline/ instructions within the stipulated time. It may
not be possible to inform the students individually for the same. In case the students
do not adhere the deadline/ instruction disciplinary action will be taken.
19.2.2 Pre-Placement/Corporate Talk
For the convenience of the students the PPT rules for Final Placements are as under:

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a) The maximum allowable absence from Pre Placement Talk is One (1).
b) If the above rule is not adhered to, the following would be applicable:
c) 2nd Miss - Debarred from the first two companies the student APPLIES FOR.
d) 3rd Miss - Debarred from the first five companies the student APPLIES FOR.
e) 4th Miss - Complete Debarment from Placements
f) Students who do not attend the pre placement talk should take written permission
from the Chairman Placement.
g) Dress Code: The students are required to strictly adhere to formal dress code for
PPTs. Those found in in-formals would not be allowed to enter the hall and would
be treated as absent.
h) Students are supposed to maintain decorum once inside the PPT hall. Irrelevant
questions should be avoided. Laptops, eatables, etc. are not allowed into the PPT
hall and the usage of mobile phones is strictly prohibited.
i) No students will be allowed to enter the hall after the company officials enter the
hall.
j) It is the responsibility of the students attending the PPT to make sure that their
attendance is taken. No proxy attendance would be accepted.
19.2.3 Sign up
Whenever a company invites applications for Final placement, the notice will be sent
via email. The interested students would be required to apply for the company by
replying to the email before the deadline is over. Every student registers two
preferences of Profiles with the Placement Committee before the Placement Session
begins. The students are allowed to apply to these two profiles until 70% of the batch
gets placed. Post this all the offers are applicable for all the students.
19.2.4 Process
a) The students are prohibited from mentioning their CAT scores while interacting
with the companies or in the CVs. This score should not be communicated to the
companies in any form.
b) If any student wants to withdraw he/ she may do so before the CVs are dispatched,
he/ she will have to send a mail to the placement id mentioning the reason for
withdrawal and get an acknowledgement by any one from the placement
committee.
c) Once the CVs are dispatched, the students are not allowed to withdraw. Hence
students are required to think/ check out all the details about the company/ Job
profile before applying to any company.
d) While applying to companies from outside the students cannot forward their IIM
Raipur CV. They will have to send a non IIM Raipur CV. Their CVs cannot bear the
IIM Raipur logo and the placement office details. Any such applications must be
pre-approved by the Chairman Placements.
e) If any student apart from the Volunteers
(who will be pre-decided by the
Placement Committee) tries to meet the company officials directly for any
clarification he/ she shall be debarred from the next 10 companies visiting the
campus.
f) If a student is found to be approaching a company on his/ her own or forward his/
her CV, without written permission from the Chairman Placement, he/ she would
be debarred from the entire Final Placement process.
g) Any student if found guilty of associating themselves in some way to sabotage or
deliberately underperform in the interview/company would be penalized for the
same.

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h) Once a student is short listed by a company and he/ she fails to appear for the
selection process the students would be debarred form the entire Final placement
process.
i) If a student fails to submit the CV/ verify the documents within the stipulated
period, the student would be debarred from the entire placement process.
j) If a student is caught cheating during a test being conducted by any company as
a part of the placement process, the student is liable to be debarred from the
entire placement process.
19.2.5 Pre-Placement Offer/Interview (PPO/PPI)
On the performance of the candidate during his/ her summer internship the company
may roll out a Final Offer or invite the student for an interview. The PPO/PPI is routed
through the placement committee. Any student receiving PPO/PPI information from
the company directly should immediately inform the Placement Committee through
email containing all the details of the discussion. Any email received in this regard
should be promptly forwarded to the Placement ID.
If the company mentions a deadline to accept/reject the offer, it must be adhered to.
The students will be given adequate time to decide whether he/ she would accept or
reject it. He/ she will have to decide this before any company coming for final
placement and/or starts its final selection process (this may include test, GD etc.)
Once the student accepts a PPO, he/she will be signed out of the placement process
and will not be allowed to apply for any other company.
19.2.6 Final Offer
Once the "Final Offer" given by a company in writing, in the prescribed form and the
concerned student accepts the same, he/ she will be signed out of the placement
process.
19.2.7 Self Choice/Opt Out
If a student wants to apply to any company from outside he/ she has to take written
permission from the Chairman Placement, mentioning the details of the company
applied for and will have to opt out of the final placement process.
All industry sponsored students are considered to have opted out of the placement
process by default. Any PGP-II student wishing to opt out of Campus Placement
process should inform the Chairman Placements latest by 15 th November, of that
year, after which any request will not be entertained.
Those students who will not sign the placement rule within the stipulated period, we
consider that they have opted out of Placement Process from campus and debar from
the entire process automatically.

19.3

Rules for Short Term Projects & Guest Lectures


It is the students' responsibility to make themselves familiar to all the placement rules,
regulations and guidelines. If there is any doubt or clarification required by any student,
it is his right and duty to get the same resolved by the placement office.

19.3.1 Notices
It is the students' responsibility to keep a close watch on each and every notices put
up on the Placement Notice Board from time to time and follow the deadline/
instructions within the stipulated time. It may not be possible to inform the students
individually for the same. In case the students do not adhere the deadline/ instruction
disciplinary action will be taken.
19.3.2 Short Term Project

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a) All external projects have to he registered at the Placement Committee office for them
to be eligible to be mentioned on the final C.V. The successful completion certificate
(from the company) would also be required to be submitted at the placement office.
b) No student shall be allowed to pursue more than one external short-term project per
trimester per stream from Placement Office. In case he/she has already completed one
short-term project in a particular stream, he/she would not be allowed to take up a fresh
project in the same trimester.
c) Any adverse remark about the conduct in execution of the project from the organization
for which the assignment is being done shall lead to debarment of the student from all
further projects being offered through the Institute.
d) In case the short listing is required to be done by the institute on the insistence of the
concerned company, a panel of faculty members shall do such short listing by conduct
of screening process as deemed appropriate. The panel would be constituted by the
Chairman Placement at his own discretion.
e) Withdrawal from the assignment is not permitted after selection of a student for a
particular project and would be deemed as the failure of the student to complete the
project.
f) In case the student fails to participate in the project during any stage of the assignment
he/she would be debarred from applying to next two projects on Campus.
g) The Short Term Project has to be registered in the Placement Office. Only registered
projects will be allowed to be mentioned in the CV.
19.3.3 Guest Lectures
If a Corporate/ Alumni are on campus to give a guest lecture, attendance is compulsory for
the students who are required to be present as per the notice. For the convenience of the
students the PPT rules for Guest Lectures are as under:
a) The maximum allowable absence from Guest Lectures is One (1).
b) If the above rule is not adhered to, the following would be applicable:
c) 2nd Miss - Debarred from the first two companies the student APPLIES FOR.
d) 3rd Miss - Debarred from the first five companies the student APPLIES FOR.
e) 4th Miss - Complete Debarment from Placements
f) Students who do not attend the pre placement talk should take written permission from
the Chairman Placement.
g) Dress Code: The students are required to strictly adhere to a formal dress code for PPTs.
Those found in in-formals would not be allowed to enter the hall and would be treated
as absent.
h) Students are supposed to maintain decorum once inside the PPT hall. Irrelevant
questions should be avoided. Laptops, eatables, etc. are not allowed into the PPT Hall
and the usage of the mobile phones is strictly prohibited.
i) No students will be allowed to enter the hall after the company officials enter the hall. It
is the responsibility of the students attending the PPT to make sure that their attendance
is taken. No proxy attendance would be accepted.

19.4 Selection Procedures for Placement Committee (PC)


Applications are invited from interested PGP 1st year students for Placement
Committee (PC) Procedure.
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on the basis of their details submitted. A number of selection rounds take place ranging
from GDs to psychometric tests to evaluate the applicants under the guidance of the
Chairman Placement.
A final interview round is conducted by the Chairman Placement to select the Placement
Committee members.

20 Student Co-curricular Activities


20.1 Co-curricular activities
Indian Institute of Management Raipur believes in preparing ethical leaders who are not
only committed to business, commerce and industry but are also socially conscious
towards their contribution in nation building and bring in name for the country globally.
The institute encourages the participation of students in co-curricular activities, without
prejudice to academic work.
The institute is abuzz with activities carried by the student clubs which are now
expanding their scope of activity and bringing luminaries from the corporate. All the
student activities are administered by a Student Affairs Committee (SAC). The SAC will
announce details on the organizational arrangements for the conduct of co-curricular
activities.
The Student Affairs Committee (SAC) is the interface between the Institute
administration and the students. SAC facilitates club selections, conduct club reviews,
organize the orientation for the first year students and run the mentorship Programme
for their other activities. Various clubs and committees of students have been formed
for the welfare of the students such as Admission Committee, Hostel & Mess Committee,
Academic Committee, Cultural & Sports Club etc. These bodies play a vital role in the
overall development of the students & student affairs administration.

20.2 Sports Facilities


At IIM Raipur sports is a way of life, with Man U fans dueling with Arsenal during match
telecasts or batches competing in coveted tournaments that take place round the year, the
place is never short on sporting action. The institute has following Sports facilities:
a) Outdoor Games:

Ground for Football and Cricket


Badminton court
Lawn Tennis court
Basketball court
Volleyball ground

b) Indoor Games:

Table Tennis
Carrom
Chess

Institute will provide all the infrastructural facilities only; all consumables will be arranged
by the end users.
c) Fitness Centre:

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Health is a dynamic process because it is always changing. We all have times of good
health, times of sickness, and maybe even times of serious illness. As our lifestyles change,
so does our level of health. Those, who participate in regular physical activity do so partly
to improve the current and future level of our health. IIM Raipur is striving toward an
optimal state of well-being. In order to ensure that the institute has a Fitness centre at its
campus. The fitness centre is well equipped with latest tools like Motorized Tread Mills, 3
Station Multi Gym and Cable Cross Over. The fitness centre is governed by following rules
and regulations:
a) Members must show a institute Identification Card to enter the facility.
b) Members are required to sign-in and out at each visit.
c) Institute is not responsible for any injury that may occur to individuals participating
in any exercise activity.
d) Medical clearance before participating in any exercise(s) is highly recommended.
e) Sandals, open toed or open backed shoes, jeans or jean shorts are not permitted.
f) Food, chewing gum, smoking, tobacco products, alcohol, and drugs are not
permitted.
g) Water and sports drinks are permitted provided they are in a sealable non-glass
container.
h) Please keep track of your belongings. The institute will not be responsible for lost
or stolen property.
i) All members are required to wipe down cardio and weight room equipment after
each use. Disinfecting wipes are provided.
j) Other members must be allowed to work in between sets.
k) Return weights to the tree or rack.
l) Weights or dumbbells may not be dropped on the floor or benches.
m) During busy times or whenever someone is waiting for a machine, you must
observe the 30 MINUTE TIME LIMITS on all cardiovascular equipment.
If at any time a member does not comply with the rules the member will be asked to leave.
Any problems, questions, or concerns regarding FIT Recreation should be submitted to
the indicated authorities.

20.3 Student Clubs


The clubs that are presently active at IIM Raipur are as follows:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)

Finance Club- FINATIX


Marketing Club-Mantra
Operations and Supply Chain Club -OPEP
Quizzing Club
CEC club - Consulting and Entrepreneurship Club
KARTAVYA-The CSR Club
CUSP Club- The Cultural and Sports Club
HRidhan

Students IT Committee
Digital Media Club

a) Finance Club-FINATIX
FINATIX is a forum of likeminded enthusiasts willing to make their career in the high
world of finance, and to bolster their knowledge continuously and share their
knowledge with all the students who are interested in making their career in finance.
The club helps in identifying the individual financial strengths and seeks the guidance

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of experts on various aspects by way of industry interaction and fosters industry


academia interaction. The club creates opportunities and provides a platform for
simulation of real world scenarios so that each and every student is equipped with right
kind of financial acumen.
b) Marketing Club-Mantra
Mantra - The Marketing Club plays the role of igniting the marketing instincts of the
students and aims to emerge as the centre for creative thinking and innovation in
marketing, which will ultimately facilitate the students to rise to the challenges of the
global markets. These include quizzes, knowledge sharing sessions, case contests etc.
The club also invites eminent personalities from industry and academia to deliver guest
lectures where topics range from marketing basics to innovative practices and
emerging trends.
c) Operations and Supply Chain Club -OPEP
OPEP, The Operations and Supply Chain Club of IIM Raipur endeavours to facilitate
sharing of knowledge on fields related to Operations and Supply Chain Management
through Guest Lectures, Field Visits, Live Projects, Book Reviews, Quizzes, Case
Studies, Simulation Games and a Half-Yearly Magazine Strive. The team also plans to
initiate an interaction forum to discuss relevant problems, industry paradigms and
knowledge. Over the years, members of OPEP have won awards at Several B-Schools
like IIMs, IITs and NITIE.
d) Quizzing Club
The Quizzing Club at IIM Raipur endeavours to create passion for quizzing. The Club
organizes quizzes every week from topics ranging to sports, trivia, business, literature,
entertainment, logos etc. The club maintains an active blog where Question of The Day
(QOTD) is posted every day and all other quizzes are uploaded. The club motivates nonmembers to attend the quizzes and get titillating insights into the world of quizzing. The
club encourages students to become quizzers by developing their knowledge about the
topic they are passionate about.
e) Consulting and Entrepreneurship Club
The Consulting and Entrepreneurship club at IIM Raipur is a student run initiative which
strives to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship and provide expertise in business
management to corporate. The Club stands for:

To provide students exposure to the consulting industry and provide them


opportunities to work on short term projects with Corporates.
To create a forum of information exchange among students and the industry.
To promote students initiative in business and to motivate them through interactive
sessions with successful entrepreneurs.

f) KARTAVYA Club The CSR club


Corporate social responsibility is about demonstrating values of IIM Raipur beyond the
confines of the institute. It is an individual and collective commitment for improving the
cultural, social and physical environment in which we live and work. It is about being a
good citizen by working for the communities to which we belong. Well-being of our
communities is an intrinsic part of well-being of our institute. To embed corporate social
responsibility in the mind of students of IIM Raipur and make it an intrinsic part of the
institutes activities. The activities done under this clubs are visit to Sos Childrens
Village, Art Attack, Vihaan - Eye Donation Registration, Trash to Treasure, Blood
Donation Camp etc.
g) CUSP Club-The Cultural and Sports Club

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CUSP is the convergence of the cultural and sports clubs of IIM Raipur. It aims to promote
cultural and social awareness of values and tradition among all the students through
various events, which include dance, drama, literature and an assortment of other forms
of recognition of culture. It also aims to cater to the needs of sports enthusiasts via
profusion of exhilarating events taking place throughout the year. The students are
provided with an opportunity to put into practice their managerial skills and gain
experiential learning through organizing creative, feisty and educational events that
exemplify the various sides of the Indian Culture.
h) HRidhaan
HR Club of IIM Raipur is the latest addition to the varied culture at Indian Institute of
Management Raipur. HRidhaan, believe, is against the common perception, that HR is
not just an intuitive field and therefore it is imperative to encourage it among peers as a
systematic body of knowledge.
The driving principle of this club is to foster and further the human in human
resources. The club aims to create enlightened awareness about the discipline of HR as
a whole. The club will also organize quizzes, case studies, role-plays, workshops,
seminars and activities on a regular basis to ensure a synergistic alliance between the
theoretical body of discipline and its practical applications.
i) Students IT Committee & Digital Media Club
Chairman (IT Services) is responsible for IT services at IIM Raipur and is assisted by an
IT Admin who is placed at the server room. A students IT Committee is available at IIM
Raipur as an interface for students in regards to IT infrastructure at IIM Raipur. Students
may access this committee with any comments and suggestions or in case they need any
help. Students can write to itservices@iimraipur.ac.in for any services/issues related
to IT.
a) Students IT Committee
Students from first year and second year can form a students IT Committee which
will assist them for any help as well the Chairman in facilitating IT needs of the
students at IIM Raipur. Nomination for the same will be done when other committees
are formed and interested students may give their names.
b) Digital Media Club
Student body of IIM Raipur has also formed a digital media club, which works under
Chairperson (student affairs) and in coordination with Chairman (IT Services).
Digital media club takes care of photography and repository of digital media at IIM
Raipur

20.4 Annual Events


The SAC organises several events in the campus through the student clubs and a list of the
Events is as follows:
a) EQUINOX: Equinox the flagship event of Indian Institute of Management Raipur,
organized by the Cultural and Sports club. It is a business cum cultural fest in which
various top grade B-Schools took part to make the event successful. Equinox has always
been a must-attend cultural festival, with plenty of competitions to whet every palate.
Various clubs of IIM Raipur conducted their own events and each student took part to
make Equinox a huge success.

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b) Prarambh: Prarambh (The Freshers Party) is an event organized by the Cultural and
Sports club of IIM Raipur. It is a night event organized by seniors for their juniors.
c) Udgam: Udgam (The Farewell Party) is an event organized by the Cultural and Sports
club of IIM Raipur. It is a night event organized by juniors for their seniors.
d) National Days Celebration: Cultural and Sports club of IIM Raipur organizes to celebrate
Independence day, Republic day and Teachers day in our campus.
e) Festival Celebration: Indian festivals like Diwali, Dandiya Raas during Navratri,
Dushehra, Christmas and Holi will be celebrated on campus by the students of IIM
Raipur. This will give you the chance to get a view of Indian life in all its glory.

20.5 Campus Life


There is a lot of enthusiasm among the students while starting for the college to celebrate
their campus life. The sessions are full of case discussions, problem analysis and exhaustive
interaction among students and professors. The activities on the campus often extend late
into the evenings. The myriad events organized by clubs vary from business quizzes,
testing marketing skills to chess competitions. The evenings at the hostel start with group
studies, case studies and preparation for quizzes, mid-terms and end-terms whichever
trudges into our path. In spite of their busy compact schedule, they find time for parties,
internal competitions and most importantly the birthday celebrations. Students have the
enough opportunities to enhance their competencies and make themselves ready for the
industry with the help of eminent faculty members from the best B-schools of India.

21 Hostel Rules
The Post-Graduate Programme is fully residential and all the PGP students are required to
stay in the hostel unless exempted from this condition in special cases by the competent
authority.
The guiding principle for hostel behavior will be based on the good neighbor principle.
Students are expected to show due sensitivity to the needs of others.

21.1 Dos & Donts for Hostel


21.1.1

Dos

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)

Lock your room always, even when going out for short durations
Keep your valuables and cash under lock
Take special care of your mobiles, laptops etc.
Maintain silence hours (10 pm to 7 am) every day
Read the notice board (both at your college and the hostel) regularly.
Contact your Hostel Supervisor (HS) or Wardens or Security officer in case of any
problems.
g) Enter your complete details in the register at security desk while leaving the hostel
for more than a day.
h) Obtain visitors pass well in advance for your visiting parents/relatives or any
technician from the Administrative office /hostel supervisor
i) Dine in one of the messes on the campus and pay your mess bills on time
j) Protect yourself against malaria.
k) Follow the code of conduct for the students
l) Read the hostel rule book and follow the rules
21.1.2

Donts

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a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)
o)
p)
q)

21.2

Dont Cook in your rooms


Dont keep or feed pets in your room or campus
Dont play loud music (in your room or campus)
Dont play or create disturbance in the corridors
Dont conduct or attend parties (in your room or anywhere on the campus)
Dont smoke, consume alcohol or indulge in substance abuse
Dont indulge in ragging.
Dont keep or play televisions in your rooms
Dont keep valuables or heavy cash in your rooms
Dont damage institutes property or assets
Dont act in a manner that offends the local cultural and social values and local
sensibilities and rule of the land.
Dont loiter anywhere inside or outside the hostel campus.
Dont permit proxy/dummy room-mates in your room
Dont permit non-residents to stay in or use your room
Dont light lamps / candles, carry crackers or burn/burst crackers in and around
the hostel premises
Dont waste water or electricity
Dont violate hostel rules

Events/Festivals Held on Campus


During major events, when a significant number of non-IIMR students are expected to
be residing on the campus, it is surely the responsibility of the organizing committees
to ensure stringent conformance to the codes/norms of behavior on campus. To this
effect, the non-IIMR students would have to agree to conform to the rules in writing at
the time of registration.

21.3

Hostel Rooms

21.3.1 Allotment/ Vacation/ Shifting


Hostel accommodation is allotted purely at the discretion of the Warden(s)/CAO and on
condition that the student agrees to abide by all the rules and regulations of the hostel.
The Chief Administrative Officer/Warden(s) may refuse hostel facilities without
assigning any reason or remove a resident from the hostel at any time on disciplinary
grounds. Students may be required on disciplinary grounds to vacate their rooms at
short notice. Similarly students may be required to shift to alternate accommodation at
short notice due to administrative reasons. The Hostel Management reserves the right
to break open any room which is not vacated, pack up the contents and store it. No
complaints of breakage or loss will be entertained. Important rules regarding the
Hostel Rooms are as under:
a) The hostel facilities fee/ deposit may be paid at the time of counselling or
registration/admission.
b) Every attempt will be made to provide hostel accommodation to all students. Students
of the senior classes may be permitted to stay in private houses of relatives or friends
with the prior permission of the CAO/ Director/ warden and written consent of parent/
guardian. The application must be submitted in the prescribed form and approval
must be obtained before taking up residence outside the campus.
c) It is mandatory for all first year students to stay in the hostels and be a member of the
mess in the hostel. In exceptional cases permission may be granted by the CAO/
Director/warden/ to stay out before joining the hostel. However, when a first year
student vacates the hostel, his hostel fees less deposit and utilized utility fees will be
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d) Students must occupy rooms specifically allotted to them. They are not allowed to
change rooms except with the written permission of the Warden/Hostel Supervisor.
e) Change of accommodation from one hostel to another during a term is generally not
permitted.
f) Allotment made to a student is subject to cancellation if he/she fails to occupy the room
in the prescribed time. Students will also forfeit their rooms if they fail to clear all their
dues to the hostel by the appointed day. In such cases they will be asked to vacate the
hostel.
g) The Warden reserves the right to break open rooms in case of any violation of Hostel
rules, suspected unlawful activities or on the basis of security risk perceived.
h) Once a student vacates the hostel, he/she will not be re-allotted hostel accommodation
for a minimum period of 6 months. Every attempt will be made to provide hostel
accommodation to all students.
i) The rooms allotted to the students at the time of admission are for a limited period of
up to one year or less. Residents are required to shift to other blocks/ rooms as and
when informed by hostel authorities. This shifting may be necessitated due to
administrative reasons and students are required to co-operate. Residents must
occupy rooms specifically allotted to them. Residents shall not change over to any
other room except with the written permission of the Warden. Allotment of a room
made to any student is subject to cancellation if he/ she fails to occupy it in the
stipulated time or is found absent from the room without prior information or any valid
reason. Residents will also forfeit their allotment if they fail to clear all their dues to the
hostel by the scheduled date.
j) Residents who wish to vacate the hostel must meet the Hostel Supervisor for necessary
formalities/ advice. Permission of the students Parents and Hostel In-charge along
with certain documentation is mandatory. While planning to vacate the hostel refund
rules given at the end of this book must be consulted.
k) When there is a vacant seat in the room, the duplicate key of the room must be
deposited with the Supervisor of the block to facilitate allotment of the vacant seat to
another student.
l) No student should stay away from his/her room during the night except with prior
written permission of the Warden/Hostel Supervisor. Any student, who wishes to leave
the campus temporarily or otherwise, should obtain the permission of Supervisor in
writing. Those applying for permission must state the date and time of his/her
intended departure and return as well as the destination and enter all these details in
the in-out register maintained in Security at gate.
m) All visitors including parents/ guardians must be entertained only in the visitors
lounge and during visiting hours only. A visitors pass will be obtained from the office
of the Security, well in advance by concerned student.
n) Any damage/breakage to hostel property will be charged to the occupants of the
room/ block with a fine. Disciplinary action will also be initiated.
o) All instructions/ notices displayed on notice boards will be deemed to have been read
by all residents and excuses for non-compliance of such instructions and notices will
not be accepted. Residents are advised to look at the notice board every day to
acquaint themselves with latest information/orders.
p) Fire Hazards and Safety: Candles and incense are a fire hazard and are not permitted
in the hostels. Combustible materials such as gasoline, paint thinner and oil lamps are
not permitted in the hostels. Burning/bursting of crackers, carrying of crackers to the
rooms and lighting of lamps/candles are banned strictly in and around the Hostel
premises throughout the year. Residents must switch off all lights and fans, and

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electrical appliances including mosquito repelling machines if any before leaving


their rooms. This is necessary to avoid an inadvertent fire.
q) In case of Fire: Residents must call/alert the Hostel Supervisor(s)/ Warden(s)/ Security
Staff(s).
r) The Hostel Warden or his representative may enter any room for verification at any
time of the day or night.
s) The management reserves the right to break open the rooms in case of violations of
hostel rules, suspected unlawful activities and security risk cases or where the student
is absent from his room for a long period without prior information or any valid reason.
This will, however, be carried out by the security person in the presence of the hostel
Supervisor, Security Officer and one more person at the discretion of the Warden. On
such occasions, the items in the room will be listed by these officials and kept in the
store room. A verbal report, followed by a written report will be sent to the higher
Authorities.
t) All hostel inmates must report any disciplinary matter or problems concerning them
or their room-mate/ neighbour(s) coming to their notice to the Hostel Supervisor
through or directly. In case their room-mate is absent from the room or is sick /
admitted in the hospital or is in any kind of physical/mental trouble or is indulging in
any bad practices the same must be immediately brought to the notice of the Hostel
Supervisor.
u) Giving the room keys to any person (except the Hostel Supervisors) in good faith is at
their own risk. The management will not take any responsibility for any loss of such
costly articles/money.
v) Insurance of Laptops/ Valuables: It is the responsibility of the Hostel residents to get
their laptops and valuables, if any, insured themselves.
w) Security of ATM/Debit cards/ Credit Card: All students must take care of their ATM/
Debit cards. They are advised not to disclose their PIN to anybody- even to their best
friends.
x) Waiting List for changing Hostels/ Rooms: Students desirous of shifting to different
rooms within their present Hostels or wishing to shift to other Hostels must put their
names in the Waiting List being maintained at respective Hostels and the
Supervisor. Such students will be accommodated based purely on the waiting list
seniority.
21.3.2 Maintenance of Rooms
a) The rooms have been distempered and painted as per schedule and will be
maintained regularly by the management as per the maintenance schedule. Residents
are not permitted to re-paint or do any alteration of any nature without the written
permission of Hostel Supervisor.
b) All maintenance complaints/requirements will be attended to by JE. Complaint(s)
must be entered in the register(s) available with JE and Supervisors of their hostels.
The complaints will be attended to expeditiously and are monitored by the Hostel
Supervisor. Residents are not permitted to employ any outsiders for any such job
without the permission of Hostel Supervisor.
c) Residents must bring to the notice of the Hostel Supervisor any failures/ breakdown
in the electric supply. They should not themselves attempt to repair the defects in the
mains or in the distribution system. The service of an electrician is available round the
clock for attending to any defect in the electric system or fittings. When leaving the
room, the occupants must take care to see that the fan and lights are switched off.
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d) The rooms and surroundings must be kept clean. The service of the cleaners must be
obtained to ensure that the rooms are swept and cleaned while the residents are in the
room. The housekeeping supervisors are at the service of residents. Residents are
responsible for the cleanliness of their rooms. They should see that the rooms are
properly swept every day. All waste paper and refuse must be placed in receptacle
provided for that purpose.
e) The electric points provided in each room are to be used for connecting table lamps.
Use of any domestic electric appliance etc. is not permitted. Institute notifies a list of
appliances permitted to be used in the room. Infringement of these rules will be
severely dealt with. For the use of authorized electric appliances permission may be
obtained from Warden/Hostel Supervisor. Any private unauthorized electric
appliance found in any of the rooms without permission will be confiscated and
disciplinary action initiated.
f) Water is an essential but scarce commodity. All residents are requested to use water
judiciously and preserve it. Leakage etc. in the bathrooms should be immediately
reported through Housekeeping Supervisors/ Hostel Supervisor.
g) Any damage to hostel property will be made good by the residents who are
responsible for such damage. This includes driving in of nails, defacing of walls,
damage to fixtures and furniture. Fine will also be levied in addition to disciplinary
action.

21.4

Timings Leaving campus


The hostel timings will be strictly adhered to. Library timings are up to 10.00 p.m. All
residents will return to the hostel by 10.30 p.m. At 10.30 p.m. hostel gates will be closed.
Students who wish to go to any place such as Railway station, Airport etc. for the night
trains or flights must take prior permission at least one day in advance from the warden/
Hostel Supervisor. Any student found loitering in the campus after 10.30 midnights is
liable to be questioned by Security staff. They are liable to surrender their I- card to
security staff on duty. Roll call will be conducted between 11.00 midnight to 11.30 p.m.
Students are advised to be present in their rooms.

21.5

Visitors
Visiting hours for guest(s)/ acquaintance(s) are from 7.00 am to 9.30 p.m. Visitors to the
Hostel are not permitted after 9.30 p.m. Visitors including parents and guardians must
obtain visitors pass from the Security Office IIM RAIPUR, even to enter the visitors lounge
in the hostels. Male relatives above the age of 12 years are not permitted to visit ladies
Hostels. Similarly female relatives above the age of 12 are not permitted to visit gents
Hostels. The security guards will refuse entry without passes. In the absence of visitors
pass, residents have to meet their visitor only outside the Hostel entrances. Except the
residents no one else including Parents are permitted to stay in the students room.
Visitors will be permitted to enter their wards hostel rooms only if the student is present.

21.6

Complaints and Suggestions


a) All complaints regarding repairs/maintenance in the Hostels must be entered
personally by the students in Complaint Registers maintained in all the Hostels.
These complaints are attended to expeditiously by JE (Electrician) staff. All complaints
are also monitored regularly by the Hostel Supervisor.
b) Residents of the hostels are not permitted to convene meetings of any sort in the Hostel
premises without the prior permission of the Warden Disobedience of this rule will be
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c) There are Suggestion Boxes kept in all the hostels for suggestions, if any, from the
residents. Residents may drop their suggestions and complaints, if any, duly signed
with their names and roll numbers in these Suggestion Boxes which are opened
periodically. Appropriate action will be taken on all suggestions/ complaints and a
feedback given to the student(s). No cognizance of anonymous suggestions/
complaints will be taken.
d) The Hostel Supervisor are available round-the-clock on telephone, and may be
contacted in case of any emergency. Their telephone numbers are given for your
reference/security and are also displayed at various places in all the Hostels.

21.7

Medical Facilities
a) Students may avail the services of the institute doctor who will be available in the
institute OPD center at appointed days/timings as notified by the institute. The institute
doctor may refer the students, if necessary, to outside specialist or hospital.
b) If a student is sick continuously for three days, he/she will keep the chairperson,
students affairs informed of his/her condition.
c) If a resident falls sick, he/ she or room-mate/friend must immediately inform the hostel
warden and supervisors/ person on duty who will make arrangements to shift/
evacuate the student to the hospital and look after him/ her. All cases of sickness must
be immediately reported to the Medical Officer/Enlisted Hospital for necessary
treatment. In case a resident is quite unable to leave the room and go to the Hospital,
the matter must be reported to the Chairperson, Students affairs. Information
regarding any resident falling sick or getting admitted in the hospital must be relayed
to the hostel/ college authorities on priority.

21.8

Absence from Hostel


a) When a resident of the hostel wishes to leave the hostel/station on vacation/ holidays
or otherwise the following action will be ensured:
b) The student will submit to the Hostel Warden a signed application on the laid down
format duly countersigned and stamped by his/ her college authorities or Faculty
guardian. Once permission is accorded by the Supervisor the students will also ensure
the following mandatory action is done before leaving the hostel. The application
forms can be obtained from either their hostel Supervisor/ Administrative Office or JE
Office.
c) Mandatory Action by all Hostel Residents including PGP, PGPWE, FPM Etc. Interns and
Staff residents will make necessary entry in the IN-OUT Register available in Security
at Gate. It is mandatory in all such absences to record departure/return date and time
and place to which they are going along with the postal address and telephone/mobile
number.
d) Disciplinary action/ penal fines will be levied on defaulters

21.9

Noise Levels in the Hostel


a) Anything which interferes with students studies must be avoided at all times. Silence
Hours will be observed from 10.00 p.m. to 7.00 a.m. on all days. No noise of any sort
will be permitted during the Silence Hours. Serious action will be taken on the
breach of this rule. Residents must not go to others rooms and disturb the inmates.
Complaints from other residents will be investigated and action taken accordingly.
b) Playing of loud music and disturbing the quite atmosphere by any other means is not
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listening to music. Playing any kind of outdoor games inside the hostels/corridors is
not permitted.

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21.10 Mess Facilities

a) Residents of the hostel are normally required to use the Mess facilities. Permission for
not using the mess facility on a permanent basis may be given only under very special
circumstances. Prior approval from the Chairperson Students Affairs Committee is
necessary for this purpose.
b) Signing out from the Mess is allowed only when leave is officially sanctioned for a
particular purpose and period.
c) All the residents are required to pay the Mess Bills within due date to avoid penalty,
which will be decided by the Mess Committee in consultation with the Chairperson
Students Affairs Committee.
d) Similarly Suggestion Book is available in the Food Court Mess. Students/members
may enter/drop their suggestion regarding quality, quantity and variety of food in
these registers/boxes which are perused by CAO/hostel warden/ hostel Supervisor
for remedial action. Valued suggestions of residents are given due consideration.
e) For other complaints, if any, applications shall be made in writing addressed to the
Hostel Warden and handed over to the Hostel Supervisor/ Mess Manager at the
Hostel/Food Court Mess office. Complaints will be resolved expeditiously by the HS/
Mess Managers themselves. Advice and assistance of the Hostel Supervisor will be
taken when needed. For investigation of any of the complaints the Supervisor may call
the concerned resident or hostel employees to his/her office.
f) Similarly students or dining members are not permitted to convene meetings of any
sort in the Food Court Complex without the prior and written permission of their
Warden(s)/CAO. Violation of this rule will be dealt with severely.

21.11 Prohibitions in Hostel


a) Students are requested to avoid singing aloud, shouting or making all types of noises
which are likely to distract the attention of those who may be studying in their rooms
or hostel libraries.
b) Pets of all kinds are prohibited inside the hostel. Feeding stray dogs or cats in the
hostel premises is not permitted.
c) Cooking in hostel rooms is not permitted.
d) Substance abuse, consumption of alcohol and smoking or chewing of tobacco and its
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e) Partying in the rooms, in the corridors or anywhere in the hostel permitted whatever
be the occasion
f) No televisions are permitted to be kept in the hostel rooms by the students.
g) The residents are forbidden to keep any heavy cash/ valuables in the room. The
resident is responsible for the safety of his/her items inside the rooms. They may
deposit all sums of money not immediately required by them for their expenses in the
local Banks.
h) RAGGING IN ANY FORM IS BANNED INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CAMPUS. STRICT
ACTION WILL BE TAKEN AGAINST THE DEFAULTERS. NO LENIENCY WILL BE SHOWN
TO THE OFFENDERS. SUSPENSION AND OR WITHDRAWAL FROM THE HOSTEL/
COLLEGE IS ONE OF THE ACTIONS TAKEN PROMPTLY. PUNISHMENT FOR RAGGING
UNDER THE CHHATTISGARH EDUCATION ACT OF 1983 CAN BE UPTO ONE YEAR
IMPRISONMENT. SUPREME COURT HAS ALSO DEFINED RAGGING AS A CRIMINAL
OFFENCE. (INSTITUTE RAGGING SQUAD CONTACT NUMBER: 0771-2772128)
i) Students from one hostel are not permitted to enter other hostels. The entry of all males
is strictly forbidden inside ladies hostel except on Institute official duty with valid
passes. Likewise ladies are not permitted to enter the gents hostels.
j) Students must keep themselves aware of the laws regarding sexual harassment. Any
case of sexual harassment in any form by any member of the campus community will
be severely dealt with by the administration.
k) Plastic Free Zone: IIM RAIPUR, GEC Campus is a Plastic Free Zone. Residents should
ensure that plastic bags are not used for any purpose whatsoever.

21.12 Vehicles
a) IIM Raipur provides bus facility from the institute to major city centers for the
conveyance of students.
b) Two-wheelers are strictly banned in the campus. Students are not allowed to ride the
two-wheelers inside and outside the campus.
c) All those who own a four-wheeler are required to give details of their vehicles to the
Hostel Supervisor. They are also required to produce the registration book of their
vehicles as well as their driving licenses. Such vehicles will be given an IIMR sticker.
d) In case of residents having four-wheeler, they are advised to keep their vehicles
always locked. The vehicles are liable to be frequently checked by the Regional
Transport Authorities. Residents are advised to update the registration as per the
rules/regulations prevalent in the State of Chhattisgarh. Residents are also advised to
adhere to the traffic rules.
e) Any vehicle without proper silencers creates noise pollution and is prohibited in the
campus. All four-wheeler owners will register their vehicles with IIM Raipur JE and
obtain stickers for parking the vehicles in the IIM Raipur Premises. Management does
not take responsibility of the vehicles.
f) Residents should park their four wheelers in the designated parking areas only.
Vehicles parked elsewhere are liable to be towed away at the owners cost.

21.13 Security in Campus


a) Students are required to cooperate with the institute security staff regarding the
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b) The students shall carry their ID cards while leaving the campus and shall inform the
security desk and enter the details in the register regarding the destination, contact
number and expected time of return
c) The students are requested to view this measure not as an intrusion into their affairs,
but merely as a security precaution for their own safety
d) Visiting hours for guest(s)/ acquaintance(s) are from 7.00 am to 9.30 p.m. Visitors to
the Hostel are not permitted after 9.30 p.m. Visitors including parents and guardians
must obtain visitors pass from the Security Office IIM RAIPUR, even to enter the visitors
lounge in the hostels. The security guards will refuse entry without passes. In the
absence of visitors pass, residents have to meet their visitor only outside the Hostel
entrances. Except the residents no one else including Parents are permitted to stay in
the students room. Visitors will be permitted to enter their wards hostel rooms only if
the student is present.
e) All residents will return to the hostel by 10.30 p.m. At 10.30 p.m. hostel gates will be
closed.

21.14 Violations
Any violation of the above hostel rules will be viewed very seriously. Minor violation will
be managed by the Hostel Supervisor with the assistance of the hostel administration.
He/she will be imposed penalties and / or fines as appropriate. Major violations, will be
dealt with by the institute administration. The punishment in case of major violations may
include, but not be limited, to expulsion and / or legal proceedings.

22 Rules And Regulations For IT Centre


IIM Raipur envisages having the best IT infrastructure for facilitating the teaching and
research needs of faculty, staff, and students in particular and to the community at large.
IIM Raipur envisions best-in-class IT infrastructure at its campus. With this vision, IIM Raipur
has partnered with National Knowledge Network under the Govt. of Indias NMEICT
(National Mission on Education through ICT) Scheme and has under this 1 GPBS connectivity
within the campus. IIM Raipur has also added significant infrastructure during the last
recent years and will add more infrastructure as it grows and particularly when it moves to
its new campus.

22.1 IT Infrastructure at IIM Raipur


The IT infrastructure of IIM Raipur consists of a high-speed campus LAN linked to 1GBPS
Internet connected by Optical Fiber Cables to the National Network, a Simulation Lab,
Reprographic facilities, Dedicated Secure Server, Video-Conferencing facility, Digital
Media, Various General and Specific Software, Wifi Connectivity, Online Payment facility
and Classroom facilities. IIM Raipur is committed to grow its infrastructure to meet the
standards available in the best institutes on the global map. Smart Classrooms, Campus
Security, Videography facilities, email Server, Campus-wide ERP are some of the IT
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All facilities, resources and services available over the Internet and Intranet are accessible
by students and staff on the campus network, wired or wireless, locally or overseas. The IT
Services Centre manages the campus-wide IT infrastructure and facilitates access to
everyone at IIM Raipur. It also develops and manages e-services and applications and
provides IT technical support to students and staff. Over the last 4 years, not only active
users of the network facilities have increased many folds but also the web-based
applications have increased. This is a welcome transformation in the IIM Raipurs academic
environment. This has encouraged the IIM Raipur decision makers to further augment the
network facilities within the academic complex. The IT Infrastructure at IIM Raipur
includes:
a) Campus Wide Network & Internet Facility:

The institute is equipped with about 250 nodes that connect all members of institute
community with each other within the campus.
The Institute is Wi-Fi and LAN enabled with 1 GBPS high-speed Internet connectivity
provided by NKN (National Knowledge Network). Each student is provided email-ID on
IIM Raipur Domain (@iimraipur.ac.in) through Google, which has over 30GB of inbox
storage.

b) Video Conferencing Facility

The Institute has Video Conferencing facilities on the campus itself and is used actively
during recruitment process as well. The institute also plans to setup smart classes for
enhanced student- teacher interaction.

c) Simulation Lab

IIM Raipur has a dedicated Simulation Lab (CR101), which is equipped with 72 high
configuration desktops connected over LAN and UPS. Simulation lab houses all
major software available at IIM Raipur for facilitating business computing, modelling
business process and simulation, and research.

d) Software Facility:

The all PCs at Simulation Lab are installed with latest version of system software and
licensed software used in management professional courses such as IBM SPSS, IBM
Cognos, @Risk, Visual Paradigm, e-Views, Designing and Graphics software from
ADOBE, latest version of Microsoft Office and Windows, MS Project and MS Visio.
The institute has obtained Microsofts Campus license.
The IT Center purchases software as required for teaching and research.

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The Institute is also an academic partner of Visual Paradigm software that provides
a tool for Communication of business process ideas using BPMN business process
diagrams.

e) Campus-wide Wi-Fi:

Every nook and corner of IIM Raipur campus including student rooms in hostel,
faculty rooms, lounge, classrooms, MDP Centre, Simulation Lab, Library and
administrative offices has network connectivity. The Institute is Wifi enabled. There
are around 250 LAN nodes throughout the campus.

f) Digital Media Infrastructure:

The digital media infrastructure includes DSLR Nikon Camera, Sony Camera Video
and Sony Camera Photography. The digital media at IIM is handled by Digital Media
club.

g) Online Payment:

IIM Raipur has its own online payment/gateway facility to facilitate all transaction
within and from outside the campus.
The link for the same is available at our website at: http://iimraipur.ac.in

h) Reprographic Facilities:
Considering the requirement of reprographic facilities, an online printer is being
available to students on payment basis. The online printer is located in the library.
i.

Printer Installation: To access the online printer, you need to download and install
printer driver from \\192.168.1.200\Black and White Bulk Printing\MInst.exe.

ii.

Taking Printouts: You can access the printer from anywhere in the campus either on
LAN or on WiFi networks. Your printing facility will be provided on payment basis.
Based on your payment information an ID and Password will be issued by IIM
Raipurs IT Admin. You will be responsible for safe usage of your ID and Password
and are advised not to disclose it to anybody.

iii.

Cost of Printing: The charges for this facility are fixed as follows subject to periodic
review by IIM Raipur Admin Department:
a) Scanning: Free
b) Printing: Rs. 1.00 per page.
c) Photocopying: Rs. 1.00 per page.
The expenses on printing include the cost of Papers, Printer Toner, Annual
Printer Maintenance Charges

iv.

Payment for Printing: The payment can be made online via IIM Raipurs Payment
Gateway (PayU).

v.

Tampering and Damage: Students should not tamper with the printer. Any such
instance, if brought to notice, will attract strong punishment.

vi.

Review and Monitoring: The printing policy will also be reviewed as and when
required.

vii.

IT related Grievances Redressal: Grievances, if any, can be submitted to Chairman


(IT Services) by writing to itservices@iimraipur.ac.in.

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22.2 Guidelines for Fair Use of IT Infrastructure at IIM Raipur


Usage of IIMR information technology infrastructure should always be legal, secure and
civil.
a) Be legal:

Obey cyber laws/IT Act 2000.


Don't illegally download, distribute or use copyrighted materials.
Don't use the IIMRs network to run your business.

b) Be secure:

Protect your identity. Your accounts are for your use only. Use strong passwords and
keep them secret. Never give your password to anyone, no exceptions.
Don't use other people's accounts. Don't attempt to gain unauthorized access to data
and resources.
Run up-to-date anti-virus software. Apply the latest security patches to all your
software and devices.

c) Be civil:

Respect other's use of IT resources. Don't alter or damage others' data or software.
Take care of Institutes computers or networks.
If you come across an open account on a kiosk or in a computer lab, close it.

The following rules pertain to the IT facilities available at IIM Raipur. Students are required
to adhere to these rules.
d) Simulation Lab

Students can use the lab during class hours and on permission from Chairman (IT
Services) after class hours.
Students should shut down their PCs and any other IT equipment after their use.
Missing items / damaged items from the lab will be charged to the students.

e) Internet over LAN and Wi-Fi

Browsing restricted sites using any form of Institutes IT infrastructure is prohibitive


and legal action will be taken against them.
Using proxies or bypassing server will attract legal action as per IT Act 2000.
Peer-to-peer networking is not allowed and students engaging in such acts may face
permanent blocking of access to their PCs or MAC IDs.

f) Classroom IT Equipment

Each class is equipped with projector(s) / an audio system, a PC, Collar Mic and a
presenter.
Respective Class in-charges should make sure that these are kept properly. The
projectors should be shut down at the end of the day.
Presenters and Collar Mic will be available with the respective class in-charges.
Students should not move equipment from one class to another.

g) Server Room Access

Server room is a restricted place and students are not permitted to enter the server
room without permission of the Chairman (IT Services).

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In case of any help required from IT, students should first seek help from students IT
committee and based on their recommendations, IT Admin may be approached, if
felt necessary.

h) Intellectual Property Rights

Students should adhere to copyright norms as well as network piracy.


The Institute has Turnitin software for catching plagiarism. Students indulging in
Plagiarism is liable to face legal action.
Students should engage in fair use of IT resources as needed by the students.

22.3 Students IT Committee & Digital Media Club


Chairman (IT Services) is responsible for IT services at IIM Raipur and is assisted by an IT
Admin who is placed at the server room. A students IT Committee is available at IIM Raipur
as an interface for students in regards to IT infrastructure at IIM Raipur. Students may access
this committee with any comments and suggestions or in case they need any help. Students
can write to itservices@iimraipur.ac.in for any services/issues related to IT.
a) Students IT Committee
i.
ii.

Students from first year and second year can form a students IT Committee which
will assist them for any help as well the Chairman in facilitating IT needs of the
students at IIM Raipur.
Nomination for the same will be done when other committees are formed and
interested students may give their names.

b) Digital Media Club


Student body of IIM Raipur has also formed a digital media club, which works under
Chairperson (student affairs) and in coordination with Chairman (IT Services). Digital
media club takes care of photography and repository of digital media at IIM Raipur.

23 General Rules
a)

All First Year students will occupy fixed seats in class as specified in the seating chart,
which will be put up at the beginning of the term.

b) Laptop/Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in PGP class rooms and examination
halls. In the event of any student found to be carrying the Laptop/Mobile phones
in the PGP class rooms/examination hall, he/she will be DEBARRED FROM
CLASS/EXAMINATIONA HALL.
c)

Tele-recording of any event in the class rooms and putting the same in the public
domain is strictly prohibited. In the event of violation of this rule, strict disciplinary
action will be taken.

d) Smoking is strictly prohibited in the IIM Raipur Campus.


e)

A student who leaves or is asked to leave the Institute must immediately vacate
his/her accommodation and clear all his/her dues from all departments/
sections/clusters of the Institute, using the No-Dues form available in the PGP
Office within one week, failing which they are not entitled to any kind of
reimbursements.

f)

Students must take all care to ensure the correctness of information while making
declaration at any point of time in the institute. Wrong declaration may lead to the
students termination from the Programme.

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g) The decision of the Director in matters of interpretation of the rules will be final and
binding on all concerned.
h)

The viability of the case method of instruction depends upon the confidence of the
organizations from which cases are collected. Case names and data are frequently
disguised. Students should ensure that the confidentiality of the data obtained for
educational purposes is not violated in any way.
Rules are liable to change at the discretion of the Institute at any time, without any notice
to students.

24 Code of Conduct
a)

Resorting to copying or helping to copy in any form, in examinations or quizzes or home


assignments or other elements of evaluation; reproducing passages/phrases from
written work of others without necessary acknowledgement; passing or receiving
papers in connection with any academic work to be evaluated or canvassing for grades
is prohibited.

b) Academic dishonesty in any form, however minor it may be, will lead to severe
penalties including expulsion. Penalties will not be waived in any case, even when it is
the first instance of dishonesty by the student.
c)

Unless otherwise specified by the faculty concerned, the students must not collaborate
in any way in so far as their writing effort is concerned in connection with home
assignments. In other words, the answers as presented to the faculty concerned should
be the independent work of each student. Students are advised that they should not, in
their own interest, communicate their written analysis or answers in home assignments
to any other student. Students are advised not to pass on their examination answer
papers and written assignments to the next batch or seek such material from the senior
batch. Copying from past years assignments is prohibited.

d)

Notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, no discussion of any sort will be


permitted in the examination halls; and the faculty members, if they think fit, may
disallow or restrict discussion or consultation about the home assignments and
examinations or may adopt any other measure to prevent the use of unfair means in any
segment of evaluation.

25.Grievance redressal:
Details regarding the same will be communicated later.

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Appendix-I

Indian Institute of Management Raipur


GEC Campus, Old Dhamtari Road, Sejbahar, Raipur- 492015

ACADEMIC CALENDAR (Tentative)


Programme:

PGP

Batch:

Academic Year:

2015-16

Batch Year:

2015-17
1st Year

TERM I (JUNE 15, 2015 - SEPTEMBER 24, 2015)


Activities

Date (s)

Day (s)

Registration to PGP 2015


Preparatory Course
Orientation Programme
Classes begin
Id-Ul-Fitre (Holiday)
Mid Term Examination
Independence Day (Holiday)
Mid Term Result
Ganesh Chaturthi (Holiday)
Classes End
End Term Examination
Term Break
Declaration of End term Result (Term - I)

June 13, 2015


June 15-24, 2015
June 25-28, 2015
June 29, 2015
July 18, 2015
August 6-9, 2015
August 15, 2015
August 28, 2015
September 17, 2015
September 18, 2015
September 21-24, 2015
September 25-27, 2015
October 09, 2015

Saturday
Monday - Wednesday
Thursday-Sunday
Monday
Saturday
Thursday-Sunday
Saturday
Friday
Thursday
Friday
Monday-Thursday
Friday- Sunday
Friday

Classes begin

Term II (SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 DECEMBER 23, 2015)


September 28, 2015
Monday

Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti (Holiday)

October 2, 2015

Friday

Dussehra (Holiday)
Muharram (Holiday)
Mid Term Examination
Diwali (Holiday)
Guru Nanak Birthday (Holiday)
Mid Term Result
Classes End
End Term Examination
Term Break
Declaration of End Term Result (Term-II)

October 22, 2015


October 24, 2015
November 03-06, 2015
November 11, 2015
November 25, 2015
November 20, 2015
December 17, 2015
December 18-23, 2015
December 24-31, 2015
January 11, 2016

Thursday
Saturday
Tuesday - Friday
Wednesday
Wednesday
Friday
Thursday
Friday-Wednesday
Thursday-Thursday
Monday

TERM III (JANUARY 01, 2016 MARCH 31, 2016)


Classes begin
January 01, 2016
Friday
Republic Day (Holiday)
January 26, 2016
Tuesday
Mid Term Examination
February 08-11, 2016
Monday-Thursday
Mid Term Result
February 27, 2016
Monday
Mahashiv Ratri
March 07, 2016
Monday
Holi
March 23, 2016
Wednesday
Classes End
March 27, 2016
Sunday
End Term Examination
March 28-31,2016
Monday-Thursday
Declaration of End Term Result (Term-III)
April 18, 2016
Monday
Summer Internship
April-June 10, 2016

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Appendix-II
First Year Courses (PGP- I)
PGP I- Term I
Sl.
No.

Course

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Micro Economics for Managers


Accounting for Decision Making
Organizational Behaviour-I
Marketing Management-I
Quantitative Methods-I (Statistics)
Operations Management-I
Legal Aspects of Business
Business Communication-I
Sub Total

PGP I- Term II
1
Cost Accounting for Decision Making
2
Marketing Management-II
3
Management Information Systems
4
Financial Management-I
5
Organizational Behaviour-II
6
Quantitative Methods-II (Ops Res)
7
Macroeconomics for Managers
8
Business Communication-II
Sub Total
PGP I- Term III
1
Business Environment
2
Research Methodology
3
Human Resource Management
4
Financial Management-II
5
Operations Management-II
6
Strategic Management-I
7
Business Ethics and Corporate Social
Responsibility
8
Business Communication 3 (WAC)
9

Summer Internship
Sub Total
Grand Total

Credit

Class Room
Contact Hours

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
24

30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
240

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
24

30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
240

3
3
3
3
3
3
3

30
30
30
30
30
30
30

30

3
27
75

270
750

Total Number of Courses in First Year = 25


Total Number of Courses in Second Year = 16
Core Courses (1): Strategic Management- II in Term IV
Electives in Second Year = 15

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Appendix-III

List of Activity Heads & Officers


Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP)
Dr. Parikshit Charan
Mr. Shaji Mathai

Chairman
+91 771 2772103
Administrative
+91-771-2772115
Officer (Academics)
Mr. Anil Ponal
OA
+91-771-2772115
Post Graduate Programme for Working Executive (PGPWE)

chairmanpgp@iimraipur.ac.in
pgp@iimraipur.ac.in

Dr. Jagrook Dawra


PGPWE Office

+91-771-2772146
+91-771-2772115

chairmanpgpwe@iimraipur.ac.in
pgpwe@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman

pgp@iimraipur.ac.in

Fellow Programmes (FPM & EFPM)


Prof. Vinita Sahay
Fellow Programmes
Office
Admissions

Chairperson

+91-771-2772110
+91-771-2772115

chairpersonfpm@iimraipur.ac.in
fpm@iimraipur.ac.in

Dr. S.K. Mitra


Admission Office
PGP Admissions
PGPWE Admissions
FPM Admissions
EFPM Admissions

Chairman

+91-771-2772111
+91-771-2772500

chairmanamisisons@iimraipur.ac.in
admissions@iimraipur.ac.in
pgp.admisson@iimraipur.ac.in
pgpwe.admission@iimraipur.ac.in
fpm.admission@iimraipur.ac.in
efpm.admission@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairperson

+91-771-2772127
+91-771-2772500

chairmanstudentaffairs@iimraipur.ac.in
studentaffairs@iimraipur.ac.in

+91-771-2772112
+91-771-2772000
+91-771-2772120

chairmanplacement@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman

+91-771-2772141

corpcom@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman

+91-771-2772108
+91-771-2772126

chairmanplacement@iimraipur.ac.in
iro@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman

+91-771-2772117

chairmanres@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman
Admin. Officer

+91-771-2772130
+91-771-2772422

Chairman_eec@iimraipur.ac.in
mdp@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman
Librarian

+91-771-2772139
+91-771-2772114
+91-771-2772138

chairmanlib@iimraipur.ac.in
librarian@iimraipur.ac.in
library@iimraipur.ac.in

+91-771-2772117
+91-771-2772131

itservices@iimraipur.ac.in

Student Affairs
Dr. Atri Sengupta
Student Affairs Office
Placement
Prof. Sanjeev Prashar

Chairman

Placement Office
Corporate Communications
Dr. Mukesh Kumar

placement@iimraipur.ac.in

International Relations
Dr. Satyasiba Das
IR Office
Research
Dr. Sumeet Gupta

Executive Education & Consultancy (EEC&)


Dr. PRS Sarma
Mr. Amit Chanpuria
Library
Dr. Debdatta Pal
Dr. Chandrakanta Swain
Library

Information Technology & Services


Dr. Sumeet Gupta
Computer Center

Chairman

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Administration Department
Gp. Capt. Vivek Dubey
(Retd.)
Administration
Maintenance

Chief Admin.Officer

+91-771-2772128

cao@iimraipur.ac.in

+91-771-2772200
+91-771-2772122

administration@iimraipur.ac.in
je@iimraipur.ac.in

FA & CAO

+91-771-2772105
+91-771-2772106

fa_cao@iimraipur.ac.in
accounts@iimraipur.ac.in

Warden (Male)
Warden (Female)

+91-771-2772140
+91-771-2772109

wardenm@iimraipur.ac.in
wardenf@iimraipur.ac.in

Chairman

+91-771-2772107

chairman.ar@iimraipur.ac.in

Finance & Accounts Department


Mr. H.K. Debata
F & A Department
Hostel
Dr. Umesh Kumar Bamel
Dr. Archana Parashar
Anti-ragging
Dr. M. Kannadhasan
Students Counsellor
Dr. Archana Parashar

Students Counsellor

+91-771-2772109

archana@iimraipur.ac.in

Gender Sensitivity Committee


Prof. Vinita Sahay
Dr. S.K. Mitra
Dr. Anagha Shukre
Mrs. Lata Goyal
Mrs. Vibha Rao

Dr. Rachna Rastogi

Gp. Capt. Vivek Dubey


(Retd.)

Chairperson
Member
Faculty
Representative
Staff Representative
External Member
(Former
Chairperson, State
Women
Commission,
Chhattisgarh)
External Member
(Faculty,
Government
Engineering
College, Raipur)
Member Secretary

+91-771-2772110
+91-771-2772111
+91-771-2772

vsahay@iimraipur.ac.in
skm@iimraipur.ac.in
ashukre@iimraipur.ac.in

+91-771-2772

latagoyal@iimraipur.ac.in

+91-771-2772128

cao@iimraipur.ac.in

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Appendix-IV

Certificate of Approval for CIS Report


The CIS Report titled . submitted by
.... is hereby approved as a certified study in
Management carried out and presented in a manner satisfactory to warrant its acceptance as a
prerequisite for the award of Post Graduate Programme in Management for which is has been
submitted. It is understood that by this approval the undersigned do not necessarily endorse
or approve any statement made, opinion expressed or conclusion drawn there in but approve
the CIS Report only for the purpose it is submitted.
Signature of Faculty Guide

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Appendix V
Complaint Mechanism of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (As circulated):

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