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Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies, with its annual rural fair, gives students an opportunity to explore the many facets of an MBA degree, says Rajeswari Nandyal

The need of the hour is nurturing managerial and organisational excellence in the context of the liberalisation of
the Indian economy. To this end, Kirloskar Institute Of Advanced Management Studies (KIAMS) started a two-year full-time residential Post Graduate Diploma in Management Programme (PGDM), in a state–of–art learning environment, in 1998. The placement record has been 100% so far.

Established on the banks of the river Tungabhadra in Harihar, a 270 kms drive from Bangalore, the campus is a picturesque entity in itself, which powers creative thinking and learning. Admission to the two year PGDM is through CAT or Xavier Admission Test (XAT).

KIAMS is an independent autonomous body. Students here get familiar with a wide range of managerial skills and operating techniques and the ability to think critically and rationally. Alliance with Kirloskar group of companies enables them to have hands–on experience and link theory to practice.

The institute offers 76 courses in the PGDM programme. During the second year, students are given the opportunity to adapt the programme according to their personal requirements. Hands on experience – a vital part of PGDM is assisted in the first year by taking students on industry visits, summer internship at the end of first year for 6-8 weeks.

In the second year students go through Capstone exercise where a live problem in the industry is taken and a solution is provided. They also take live industry projects as part of their course requirements.

There is more here than just classroom teaching. Manage-ment discussions provides a competitive forum to the students to show case their insight and is conducted twice a year.

The annual all India competitions saw an incredible response from more than 60 B-schools last year. It provides an opportunity to students to participate in management events of other B-schools.

Chanakya – the institute’s newsletter with five publications every year – reflects the students’ understanding and perception of the current economic and corporate scenario. Articles include features on emerging trends in management and interviews of prominent corporate leaders.

Pragati is an annual rural marketing fair designed entirely by these students, providing a unique prospect for corporate houses to introduce and sell their products, brands and services. It is the only rural commercial event of its kind held in this part of Karnataka.

Pragati 2006 and 2007 received a huge response with participation of over 40 firms and nearly a lakh attending the fair from all parts of Karnataka.

Through this a rural database is provided for companies with information regarding consumer awareness and the trends in rural Karnataka. Kalasanchay is the cultural wing of KIAMS, where programmes are held regularly for students to exhibit their talents. Local invitees also attend these events. All major festivals are celebrated so as to bring students closer to one another and in the process teach them to appreciate different cultures.

The PGDM programme is made easy for the students by bringing about a balance between work and leisure. Sports events are arranged annually with morning and evening exercises a must. Harihar being near many tourist locations and amidst nature, trips are undertaken during breaks. This brings a lasting network of contacts and friendships and ensures good bonding amongst students, faculty and staff.

The students are given executive style, twin sharing rooms with telephone facility and a modern kitchen where healthy, nutritious food is provided every day. Classrooms are air-conditioned with built in audio-visual aids. Contemporary collection of books, periodicals and newspapers, company annual reports, case studies from Harvard and management compact discs comprise the library.

A well stocked computer lab with internet and video conferencing facility to enhance the reach of the campus globally is also available to students.

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