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Why MBA-IM?

Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission for India.

"Provision of world-class infrastructure is necessary not only for improving competitiveness of the Indian economy but also for promoting inclusive growth and improving the quality of life of the common man".


Note: Leadership Development for Infrastructure Management

Programme Overview

Programme Courses

Learning Experience

Students learn through classroom lectures, field visits and academic projects. They shall interact with eminent guest lecturers from the Industry and get opportunities to attend conferences on Infrastructure development and management. They shall undertake research projects in Sem II, III and IV to identify various issues faced by industry and their possible solutions. In addition, they shall study and analyse cases of challenging infrastructure projects to develop their strategic analysis skills. The course structure covers all the infrastructure sectors described in the exhaustive list provided by the Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure, Planning Commission in March 2012, in addition to those defined by various previous committees and related organizations (Dr. Rakesh Mohan, Dr. C. Rangarajan, RBI, Income Tax Authority, IRDA, World Bank)..

Evaluation

Internal and External Quizzes, Tests, Assignments, Presentations, Cases Analyses, Research Projects.

Learning opportunities (club/ committees/ other activities)

The students have formed their own "IM Club" to enhance their learning opportunities. In addition, they shall take active part in all the committees managed by SCMHRD students (GL, Six Sigma, Placement, Corporate communications, Marketing Club, Finance Club, Neev, Entrepreneurship Cell, PMI Pune Deccan Chapter`s Student chapter).

Key Live Projects done by MBA IM Students

1) Pune Smart City Project

SCMHRD Infrastructure Management batch has once again proven their mettle by contributing largely in making Pune stand 2nd among 100 myriad cities in the country!

The students worked as part of 5 teams in all the stages starting from Preparation, Envision, Diagnosis, Co- creating and Refining, Solution and Reach out in coordination with Pune Municipal Corporation, McKinsey & Company, Pune International Centre, FICCI, NASSCOM, MCCIA, CII, Zensar Technologies, CDAC.


Students were engaged meaningfully under 5 specific teams in the smart city project:

  • Crack team: Field work related assignments, primarily into data collection and citizen interaction, during the different phases of the project.
  • Response Team: Primarily engaged in cleaning of raw data and doing initial data analysis before handing over to the Data Analytics team.
  • Data Analytics Team: All data that has been collected was analyzed by this team and helped in identifying the top 3 problem areas to work on, identified as ~ Transportation & Mobility, Water and Sewage Issues and Solid waste management
  • Creative Cell: Engaged in formulating strategies and ways to keep the citizens of Pune involved through the social media (twitter, facebook etc). Also the creative cell was instrumental in designing and implementing the story boards in the war room
  • Documentation Cell: Responsible for maintaining documented evidence for each and every activity done in the project. Essential component of the final proposal that was submitted to MoUD

The students have been a strong part of various phases covering sectors like Transportation,Water, Solid Waste Management,Safety and Security,Energy .

2) PricewaterhouseCoopers – Live project

  • Performance assessment of various power utilities across a number of Asian countries
  • The project provided the students an opportunity to get an insight of the power industry and understand the business model in detail.

3) KPIT – Live project

  • Smart transportation BRTS model for Pune city
  • Viability of the LED-DELP scheme launched by the Ministry of Power addressing environmental perks.

Placements

Programme Structure (2016 - 18)

MBA IM Programme Structure(2016-18). Click here to See Click here to Download

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2016 – 2018 (MBA & MBA IM)

ACADEMICS AND EXAMINATIONS - TIME PLAN

Day Date Event
Batch 2016-2018
Semester I
Monday 06th June 2016 Registration
Tuesday 7th June 2016 Opening Address / Formal Induction Programme
Wednesday & Thursday 08th June 2016 & 09th June 2016 Photo,Mesumertment, eligibility
Friday & Saturday 10th June 2016 & 11th June 2016 Outbound
Monday to Tuesday 13th June 2016 to 11th October 2016 Teaching & Continuous Evaluation
Monday to Saturday 21st June 2016 to 23rd June 2016 Art of Living session for all batches
Monday to Wednesday 11th July 2016 to 13th July 2016 IDMP Workshop
Monday to Sunday 20th June 2016 to 26th June 2016 Workshop on Entrepreneurship Development & Design Thinking
Wednesday to Wednesday 12th October 2016 to 26th October 2016 Final Exam : Sem I
Thursday to Tuesday 27th October 2016 to 01st November 2016 Diwali Vacation
Semester II
Tuesday to Tuesday 03rd November 2016 to 07th March 2017 Teaching & Continuous Evaluation
Wednesday to Saturday 08th March 2017 to 25th March 2017 Final Exam : Sem II
Batch 2015-2017
Semester III
Monday To Saturday 13th June 2016 to 15th October 2016 Teaching and Continuous Evaluation & Summer Project Viva
Tuesday to Tuesday 17th October 2016 to 08th November 2016 Final Exam : Sem III
Thursday to Tuesday 27th October 2016 to 01st November 2016 Diwali Vacation
Semester IV
Thursday to Tuesday 10th November 2016 to 14th March 2017 Teaching & Continuous Evaluation
Wednesday to Friday 15th March 2017 to 31st March 2017 Final Exam : Sem IV
Disclaimer – “Dates are subject to change”

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