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Executive communication at IIPM is one of the most coveted and sought after subject. Through EXCOM students explore a new foray of communication. In the process the students are sprinted through a series of activities which test their body language, team building and leadership skills. These exercises spark up their interests and eventually enhance their overall persona.

On 3rd August 2010 , the IIPMites of Lucknow were exposed to an enthralling presentation on “ Brand War”- Pizza hut vs Dominos conducted by the students of UG/FW/09-11, under the guidance of their  EXCOM faculty Mr. Ali Mustafa Rizvi . Preparation for this event had begun a week in advance and the campus was bustling with posters and other promotional campaigns of the respective brands.

An excellent promotional approach followed by a thorough professional yet entertaining presentation marked the end of this week long affair. The audience which included the students, faculties and employees from both the brands, gave an overwhelming response.

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As the wings of economic liberalization spread, it encompasses in itself the globalization of Indian Economy, eliminating political boundaries and providing immense opportunities in a world wide scenario. Infrastructural development, healthcare and quality education, are spelled as the top priorities for a global India.

Thus, to further strengthen globalization and internationalization, IIPM Lucknow in collaboration with AIESEC Lucknow and SANMARG Events organized a seminar on “Global Exchange” on 27th July 2010. Student representatives from different nations (China, Russia, USA, Japan, Indonesia, and UK) took part in the event.

At the Exchange programme each of these individuals showcased their culture to everybody present while putting together an event that helped everyone to gain international perspective, learn about new cultures and help increase the cultural sensitivity among people.

The most mesmerizing part of the event was when IIPM students and the foreign student representatives got together to dance on a Punjabi number.

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26th July 2010

What began as carefree get-togethers for auditions, long practices, and competition, ended as one of the better experiences ! Aagman for the batch SS/ 2010-12 was conducted on 26th July 2010 at Kamani Auditorium. The journey  of aagman preperations was almost for a month. It seemed no less than a scene fresh out of a bollywood movie. There was action, drama, comedy (very sad one at that ), dance, music, forgetfull fights, fresh couples (Err… Best friends) and a lot more.

After the traditional lighting of the lamp by Prof  A. Sandeep (Dean, All India, IIPM) the night proceeded with an enthralling performance by the IIPM band, comprising of Samuel David Dennis and Gurusharan Randhawa.

IIPM choreography teams set the stage ablaze as they performed on the latest chartbusters. There was a live bull fight, beautifully depicted in the form of a choreography act presented by Nishita Mahajan and Allen Robertson.  Students from IIPM Noida went the balle balle way and the crowd cheered on.  Simranjeet singh and Akhilesh Rana got all the applause as they performed their comic acts to whet the crowds appetite.

Then came the most awaited event for the evening. The fashion show! This year, the fashion police at IIPM went beyond the usual as they took us to the streets of Chicago where men paid the price of disloyalty , took us to the glitz and glamour of bollywood and had us rejoice in a FIFA carnival.

Aagman 2010 had all the ingredients of a perfect show.  Flawless emcees, terrific performances viewed by a wonderful audience.

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28th July'10

The objective of the event was to harness the knowledge of Management students and make them understand and learn- how one can attract investors to a particular state/region/territory by communicating the Value of their state to the investors, which includes improved transport system, better skilled and semi-skilled labor, safety, security, health, emergency services, accommodation and tourism facilities which all are some lasting legacies of Indian states. The event basically focused on ways to uncover the knowledge,creativity and talent of management students who have just started their management studies .

Students had to present the scope of the given state. Also, they had to market their state with respect to the available natural resources, which is a key economic driver. Ideal representation of the cultural aspects can attract investors in their State.
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As a few hundred stood hand-in-hand to form a Human Chain, a diverse army of curious onlookers  marched out a phalanx of hypotheses to explain this phenomenon. In the calm of the dawning dusk, yet another fragment of the Great Indian Dream was revealed.The GID Club, Jaipur in strategic alliance with Center For Civil Society, NGO, formed a human chain on the 29th June’10 at Jal Mahal-Jaipur.The message to be sensitized to the masses and media was “Recognition of Street Vending as a legal form of livelihood”.One of the biggest chunk of India’s Unorganized Sector are the  street Vendors, who under constant exploitation are  compelled to live a life of poverty and  looked down as a nuisance and encroachers of sidewalks and pavements. However, they do contribute significantly to the budget of every middle class household, providing 'affordable' as well as 'convenient' services by their self generated means of employment.

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On 26th June 2010, 4Ps Club of IIPM Bhubaneshwar organized a symposium on the topic, “Career opportunities for Young MBAs in Today’s corporate world”. The guests for the event were Dr. Saroj Kumar Mahapatra - Senior General Manager HR, POSCO India Ltd, Mr. Binod Gopal Mukherjee, Zonal Head Religare Securities and Prof. T.K. Chatterjee who played the role of moderator in the entire event. Both the speakers had stressed on the core importance of the marketing vertical of their respective industries. Dr. Mahapatra emphasized on special importance of B2B marketing process and the careers associated with it where as Mr. Mukherjee threw some more light on how challenging the careers in B2C marketing process are, taking Broking industry as a special case. It was a real value addition for the young & dynamic future Managers as they got a 360 degree picture of their prospective careers in the corporate world.

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For all those people who thought that a cricket tournament can only happen on huge grounds with multiple players…Picture this…As a part of the Torque club, IIPM Ahmedabad organized a cricket tournament in the college canteen with 5 players aside. These matches were real fun to watch as players from both the genders played in one team!!! IIPM’s philosophy of thinking beyond starts to hold so true!!! The thrills, frills and all the fun of the fair was made available for the audience in the crowd who were just like pop corn on fire!!! Three Cheers to IIPM..!!!



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On 19th June 2010, Finex Club of IIPM Bhubaneshwar organized a panel discussion on the topic, Corporate Governance- The Indian Scenario. The guests for the event were Mr. Santosh Kumar Mohapatra , CEO- Dhamra Port Company Limited (a 50:50 joint venture of L&T and Tata Steel), Mr. Ashok Kumar panda, Head-IF&IT- Orissa Computer Application Centre and Prof. Vijaya Bhatt, who played the role of moderator in the entire event. The panel discussed about the various issues of corporate governance like role of independent director, whistle blowing, clause 49 and many more. Students had an experience of their life listening to the esteemed panel.

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GIDF club of IIPM Bhubaneshwar in association with Red Cross Blood Bank has organized a blood donation camp on 19th June Saturday at its campus. The camp was a great success as more than 50 students and staff of IIPM Bhubaneshwar donated their blood. The entire IIPM fraternity is pledged to do such activities in times to come.  “Service to mankind is service to God”; this is something that we at IIPM practice religiously.

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