Ranking : The College is Ranked 9th in Delhi-NCR India.
Detailed Information about the college
I T IS out- of- the- box thinking and finding innovative solutions on management education issues that makes the Institute of Management Studies, Ghaziabad, one of the serious institutions in Delhi- NCR. Since its inception nearly two decades ago, the institute has steadily climbed up quality ladder in the small world of management institutes, using cutting- edge pedagogical approaches such as virtual gaming and simulations.
The institute’s virtual stock market game, instance, has got students playing the of brokers and engaging in transactions trading in the virtual world. “ The situation is quite similar to that of the Bombay Stock Exchange trading floor, except that here the action takes place in the virtual world,” says Timira Shukla, who teaches marketing at the institute. “ We even declare winner after a week,” she adds.
Elaborating on the teaching philosophy the institute, C. S. Nagpal, Director, Institute of Management Studies ( IMS), Ghaziabad, says, “ Our emphasis is on innovative learning, which we achieve through a unique, value- based teaching style. It encompasses conceptual inputs as well as a hands- on approach to business issues.” This approach, Nagpal continues, is complemented by industry and social interventions that enrich students and shape them into ideal citizens. At IMS Ghaziabad, management education is about not only shaping business leaders of the future, but also contributing to the task of nation building.
The management programmes offered at IMS Ghaziabad promise to enable individuals to meet challenges of the modernday business and macro- economic environment. The faculty members at IMS Ghaziabad bring with them years of professional and academic experience. number of them have been invited for organisations Chambers Industry, of Indian AIMA, Some include Management, innovative achieve value- It inputs approach ‘ invited to conduct programmes professional and trade organisations such as CII, FICCI, PHD Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Assocham, Association Indian Management Schools, AIMA, DMA and Nasscom.
Some of the courses on offer include Information Technology Management, Skills and Strategy Management, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Operational Management, Human Resource Management, Tourism Management, and the Personal and Professional Skills Programme. The last is designed to make students job ready. And it is compulsory for all IMS students to library databases CMIE’s Business online ICFAI The complemented residential “ All
study a foreign language.
The IMS library has a collection over 26,000 books relating to management, IT and allied subjects.
The library has a rich collection of printed as well as electronic resources, which include books, journals, databases, CDs/ DVDs, journals, reports, case studies, conference proceedings and training manuals. It subscribes to over 240 journals in full text form through online databases.
The electronic library includes databases such as CMIE’s Prowess, Business Beacon and DELNET online journals, Emerald and ICFAI University Press. The academic environment is complemented by comfortable residential facilities for students.
All hostels are well- furnished and well- maintained to give the students a feeling of being at home away from home,” says Nagpal. The hostels have facilities for indoor games such as billiards and table tennis, a gym with the latest fitness equipment, cafeteria, open- air theatre, Wi- Fi, regular medical check- ups and ambulance service.
In the May 2011 edition of the All India Management Association’s Indian Management Journal, IMS got an A1 ranking. Its PGDM programmes have been given the equivalence of an MBA by the AICTE and granted certification by the National Board of Accreditation, but what gives them their real weight is the 100 per cent placement record that the institute invariably achieves. 240 The number of e- journals the IMS library subscribes to in full text form via online databases
Students must have a minimum of 50 per cent in their undergraduate programme to qualify for admission to IMS Ghaziabad. The CAT, MAT or GMAT score for the relevant academic year and performance in group discussion followed by personal interview are also taken into account.