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Indian Institute of Management, Sirmaur

IIM Sirmaur, Rampur Ghat Road, Paonta Sahib, District Sirmaur, Himachal - 173025 ,Paonta Sahib
2015

About Us

The Indian Institute of Management Sirmaur is nineteenth in the prestigious IIM family of management schools to be established in India. IIM Sirmaur strives to deliver quality education, training and research in Management in an enabling environment, with a focus on indigenous areas and innovative practices, to develop sensitive corporate leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. The various initiatives at IIM Sirmaur include integration of management education with local and global aspirations, to train to believe that management education is not just maintaining standards of employment seeking, it is more about learning to serve societal concerns, through corporate leadership who practice ethics and commitment for larger considerations. The primary vision of IIM Sirmaur is to polish skills, tap potential and provide direction to churn out professionals who all the time remember prime objective of serving the needs and promoting the spirit to make societies better places to transact honest business.

Area of Excellence

Expertise in core areas of management teaching & research - Finance & Accounting, Operations & Supply Chain, Marketing Management, Decision Sciences, Strategic Management, OB&HRM, IT & Analytics etc.

Research Capability and Focus Area

Publications in high quality peer-reviewed journals in the areas of Decision Sciences, Operations & Supply Chain Management, IT & Analytics, OB&HRM, Marketing Management etc. Faculty of IIM Sirmaur publishes regularly in top-tier journals listed in ABDC (A*, A categories).

Notable Research / Publication

Kumar, V., & Kaushik, A.K. (2018). Building consumer–brand relationships through brand experience and brand identification, Journal of Strategic Marketing. Doi/abs/10.1080/0965254X.2018.1482945 [Ranked ‘A’ in ABDC rankings] Patra, P., Kumar, U.D., Nowicki, D.R., and Randall, W.S. Effective management of performance-based contracts for sustainment dominant systems. International Journal of Production Economics, 208, pp. 369-382. Bhawsar, P. and Gosavi, N. (2019). Industry cluster based development: a paradigm with partial understanding, the case of India. Journal of International Business and Economy, 20(1), pp. 32-51. Dhurkari, R.K., Swain, A.K. (2019) “Application of AHP in Partner Selection for Innovation in Strategic Alliances”, Vol 19, No. 4, International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, pp 532-553. Singh, Sanjay, & Aggarwal, Yogita (in press). Are Traditional Negative Gender Attitudes Associated with Violent Attitudes Toward Women? Insights from a New, Culturally Adapted Measure in India. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research [ABDC Category - A, Impact Factor: 3.17]. DOI: 10.1007/s11199-019-01102-3

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Courses & Programme

  • DisciplineMANAGEMENT
  • Program LevelPost Graduate (PG)
  • Branch/SubjectBusiness Administration
  • No. of seats20
  • Course Duration (In Months)21
  • Examination PatternTrimaster

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesINR 562500
  • Annual Total FeesINR 687000
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesINR 562500
  • Annual Total FeesINR 687000

Eligibility Criteria: ( UG in Any Subject with minimum 50% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria: ( GMAT with minimum 650 score Or GRE with minimum 320 score )

  • DisciplineMANAGEMENT
  • Program LevelPost Graduate (PG)
  • Branch/SubjectTourism and Hospitality Management
  • No. of seats15
  • Course Duration (In Months)21
  • Examination PatternTrimaster

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesINR 463000
  • Annual Total FeesINR 587500
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesINR 463000
  • Annual Total FeesINR 587500

Eligibility Criteria: ( UG in Any Subject with minimum 50% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria: ( GMAT with minimum 650 score Or GRE with minimum 320 score )

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