We at INDIRA strongly believe that “challenges can be converted into opportunities with hard work and an integrated approach.” All student activities are conducted through total student involvement and participation. We strive to emulate the principles of teamwork and synergy, so as to derive greater benefits.
“Nexus” (Students Council)
The Student’s Council is headed by a President and a Vice-President and acts as a guiding system for the Institute’s success. The council comprises of various committees such as:-
“Ingenius”- Indira’s Genius!!!! (Marketing Club)
ISBS believes in nurturing “creative instincts” of its students so that their talent gets an apt platform to flourish!! Ingenius- the Marketing Club conducts myriad of events such as Quiz, Brand Revival, Debate, Extempore, Logo Designing and Ad Making etc. to get the best out of budding professionals!! ISBS Marketing aspirants participate in various marketing oriented activities with vigor and prove their mettle.
“Finovate” (Finance Club)
‘FINOVATE’ – The Finance Club is a student driven initiative to provide a platform for students to acquire practical financial education with job-specific knowledge. This year we have organized activities and workshops such as Debate Competition, Skit Competition, Finance Gym, Finance Modelling, Budget Decoded etc. to ensure that students are abreast with all the current trends in finance.
“Ensemble” (HR Club)
Ensemble Club is driven by HR students. It emphasizes on the changing roles of HR and makes students understand the insights on current trends, career paths, and internship experiences and guidance for laying the foundation of an Ensemble – The HR Club promising career in human resource management. The club also assists students in gaining membership to national HR societies such as NIPM, CII and MCCIA. HR Club indulges into activities such Scrapbook for HR, Workshops on HR Analytics and Book Reviews etc.
ISBS Placement Cell is a wing of the Central Placement Cell of the Indira Group of Institutes. The Cell carries all the placement related activities of Indira School of Business Studies. It is set up to co-ordinate and increase the performance and conversion ratio of placements.
Placement committee frequently interacts with the corporate world, thereby developing and maintaining symbiotic relations. It undertakes various activities related to campus placement for final year students, summer internship training for the first year students, Live Projects and interactive and training sessions for students.
E-cell has been constituted with the broad purpose of building an entrepreneurship oriented culture within the institute. The objective is to encourage students to enhance their enterprising skills to benefit the external stakeholders (Industry and Society at large). The cell achieves this by way of providing students with the space, time, training, support and opportunities to engage with internal and external stakeholders.
The Cell aims to enhance the entrepreneurial quotient in the students. This cell is largely driven by students with the involvement of faculty in charge.
Arohan organizes several seminars on topics of current importance and relevance. They interact with CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Managers and Professionals from various spheres of business, who are invited as Guest Speakers in order to throw light the subject matter, with a view to change mind sets and broaden horizons.
“Dor” (Alumni Cell)
The Alumni committee works as a conduit between the alumni and the alma-mater, both at the corporate and personal level. The alumni are our best emissaries in the corporate world and a vital link in the Industry-Institute relationship.
The Alumni Association plays an important role in helping to shape the future of our ISBS students by representing the views of its members and contributing to building an engaged and supportive alumni community.
Our alumni hold prominent positions in various sectors and are always on the fore-front to mentor/counsel/guide our current students. This is done in a structured pattern:
- General Interaction (Alumni tells the current students as to what to expect in their two years journey in ISBS)
- Grooming sessions by alumnus and alumnae
- Specialization selection counseling
- Mock PI
- SIP inputs
- Entrepreneurship workshops
- Preparatory activities
Our alumni also help immense assistance towards procuring SIP projects and final placements.
“Invictus” (Sports Cell)
Students, who are under constant pressure to learn and excel, need space and time to relax and revitalize themselves. Sports Committee focuses on physical and mental well – being of students and assists in rejuvenating students. It provides students with platform to pursue their sporting passion and to make them better team players. The committee organizes various sports events which is a combination of outdoor and indoor games. The committee also encourages students to participate in various intercollege competitions organized by various B-Schools.
The committee is largely driven by students under the guidance of faculty in charge.The sports committee organizes OMT tournaments such as cricket, basketball, volleyball, football, badminton, Yoga and fitness to enliven the sporting spirit and enable students to feel rejuvenated.
“Udaan ” (Cultural Cell)
To provide a platform to students to display their talent, creativity, imagination and aid in their holistic development, we have Udaan – the cultural cell at ISBS. The cell organizes various events and competitions at institute viz independence day, teachers day, theme days, simulation competition, management gamed etc. The committee also identifies various intercollege competitions organized by various B- Schools and encourages student’s participation for such competitive platforms. The committee is largely driven by students under the guidance of faculty in charge. Udaan adds colors to student’s life.
“PEHEL” (Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Committee)
“PEHEL” at ISBS includes the participation of stake holders such as ISBS students and staff, non-government organizations (NGO), and the local community. The students and faculty actively participate in outreach program initiatives where they contribute their knowledge, skill and technical expertise to the community. ISBS has supported the program activities of several NGO’s operating in the community. Apart from funding various activities for the community, ISBS also extends their expertise in terms of knowledge and human resources for the success of NGO initiative and programs.
This committee has been formed to safeguard the interest of the students with respect to any act / activity directly or indirectly associated with Ragging. At Indira, we follow strict policy against Ragging and any activity resembling to it. Ragging is totally banned and anyone found guilty of ragging and/or abetting ragging is liable to be punished.
Purpose of the committee
The core purpose of the committee is compliance of the norms being established by the Governing institution. Such institution, with respect to this committee is AICTE and its subsidiaries, if any.
Objectives of the committee
- To institute and implement mechanism for Ragging-free environment for students on campus.
- To ensure compliance of existing norms /Acts / legislation, set forward by the governing body.
|Anti – Ragging Committee Members 2018-19|
|Sr No||Name of the Committee Member||Inst. Designation||Committee Designation||Mobile Number||e-mail address|
|1||Dr. Renu Bhargava||Director||Chairpersonemail@example.com|
|2||Mr. Laxman Misal||Registrar||Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Dr. Komal Singh||Deputy Director||Faculty Coemail@example.com|
|4||Prof. Manamohan Vyas||Asst. Professor||Member- Facultyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|5||Dr. Anagha Bhope||Asst. Professor||Member- Facultyemail@example.com|
|6||Dr. Natasha Kaul||Asso. Professor||Member- Facultyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|7||Mr. Madhukar Jadhav||Admin Co-ordinator||Member – Admin Coemail@example.com|
|8||Mr. Nitin Phadtare||Administration||Member- Administrationfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|9||Mrs. Sangeeta Bobde||Warden||Member- Wardenemail@example.com|
|10||Ms. Sejal Kamble||Student||Member- Student (MBA 17-19)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|11||Mr. Linson Thomas||Student||Member- Student (PGDM 17-19)||email@example.com|
|12||Ms. Manali Joshi||Student||Member- Student (MBA 18-20)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|13||Mr. Aniket Tope||Studentemail@example.com|
|14||Ms. Prajakta Deshpande||Student||Member- Student (PGDM 18-20)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|15||Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Sharma||Studentemail@example.com|
|16||Adv. Nelson Noronha||Counselor||Member- Counselorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|17||Ms. Gauri Kulkarni||NGO- Member||Representative- NGOemail@example.com|
|Anti – Ragging Squad Members 2018-19|
|Sr No||Name of the Committee Member||Inst. Designation||Committee Designation||Mobile Number||e-mail address|
|1||Dr. Komal Singh||Deputy Director||Faculty Cofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Prof. Manamohan Vyas||Asst. Professor||Member- Facultyemail@example.com|
|3||Dr. Madhura Pimplapure||Asst. Professor||Member- Facultyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Mr. Madhukar Jadhav||Admin Co-ordinator||Admin Coemail@example.com|
|5||Mr. Laxman Misal||Registrar||Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Student Grievance Cell
A Grievance means any grievance, which a student (whether or not that person has any other role within the institute) has against the institute and/or a staff member because of a claim that he/she has sustained academic disadvantage. This includes claims which are sometimes referred to as Student Complaints.
Such grievances may include but are not confined to:
(a) The unfair assessment of course work not otherwise governed by University assessment and examination regulations.
(b) An unfair refusal or failure of the staff member to make him/herself available to assist a student with difficulties regarding his/her course work.
(c) Unreasonable delays in the assessment of course work.
(d) Inadequate course materials.
(e) Inadequate teaching.
(f) Deficient performance of associated administrative services.
|Grievance Cell 2018-19|
|Sr.No.||Committee Members||Committee Member Name||Designation||Phone Number||E-mail adress|
|1||Grievance Committee Chairperson||Dr.Renu Bhargava||Directoremail@example.com|
|2||Grievance committee member||Dr. Komal Singh||Deputy Director||9624038181||Komal.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|3||Grievance committee member||Prof. Manmohan Vyas||Dean (M.B.A.)||9271259382||Manmohan.Vyas@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|4||Grievance Committee Secretary||Dr Rajlaxmi Pujar||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
|5||Student Representatives||Koduvelil Linson Thomas||Student Council Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Shrey Tiwari||Student Council Memberemail@example.com|
|Sejal Kamble||Student Council Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Internal Complaint Committee
Internal Complaint Committee has been constituted by the Director with the powers vested in him/her by the Governing council of Indira School of Business Studies as per the Governing Council meeting held on 29th June, 2013 to address Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) activities with the broad purpose of creating a fair workplace with gender equality. The cell is especially created to prevent or deter the commission of acts of gender inequality and sexual harassment and to provide the procedure for the resolution, settlement or prosecution of acts of sexual harassment and gender biases by taking all steps required.
Objective of the Committee:
To help plan, implement, and monitor the initiatives which would help build an organization without gender biases, inequality and sexual harassment.
Process to resolve a complaint:
- After receiving a written complaint the committee will acknowledge receipt of the complaint.
- The committee members will meet and talk with the complainant.
- The Committee will hold a meeting of members to explore options for formal and informal resolution as per the convenience of the complainant.
- If any Interim redress is required, the committee will take the required action like shifting the women employee to any other institute of IGI.
- The committee will initiate detail enquiry against the complaint received.
- Steps like police complaint, termination etc. for safety of women employee and to prevent further Sexual Harassment will be taken.
- After receiving the enquiry report, actions to be taken will be decided and initiated – Punishment, Compensation etc.
|Internal Complaint Committee For The Year 2018-19|
|Sr No.||Name||Designation||PhoneNumber|| E-mail
|1||Dr. Gaganpreet Kaur Ahluwalia||Presiding Officer||7558663769||Gaganpreet.Ahluwalia@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|2||Dr. Madhura Pimplapure||Faculty Member||7219028438||Madhura.Pimplapure@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|3||Prof. Manmohan Vyas||Faculty Member||9552503733||Manmohan.Vyas@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|4||Ms. Sharvari Ratnakar||Non-teaching staff member||9850898864||Sharvari.email@example.com|
|5||Mr. Nitin Bhande||Non-teaching staff member||8669039010||Nitin.Bhande@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|6||Ms. Simran Sethi||Student Member – PGDM (Batch 17-19)||8447442481||Simran.Sethi@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|7||Mr. Akshay Deokar||Student Member – MBA (Batch 17-19)||9730749731||Akshay.Deokar@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|8||Ms. Mrunali Babhulkar||Student Member – MBA (Batch 17-19)||8329005447||Mrunali.Babhulkar@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|9||Ms. Akansha Singh||Student Member – PGDM (Batch 18-20)||8369288236||Akansha.Singh@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|10||Mr. Mrunal Jungale||Student Member – PGDM (Batch 18-20)||8975465894||Mrunal.Jungale@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|11||Ms. Amruta Bhore||Student Member – MBA (Batch 18-20)||8805834664||Amruta.Bhore@indiraisbs.ac.in|
|12||Ms. Gauri Kulkarni||NGO Member||9657998921||Gauri.Kulkarni@indiraisbs.ac.in|
About SC/ST Cell:
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has given priority to the downtrodden students and staffs during IX plan period and given direction to all the universities to establish SC/ST Cell.
Since its inception, Indira School of Business Studies, under the able leadership of Dr. Renu Bhargava, has been working consistently for the promotion of sustainable, equitable and participatory development, social welfare and social justice. With this objective along with the guidelines stated by UGC, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes Cell (SC/ST Cell) was set up in the institute.
The main aim of the Cell is to monitor the guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission from time to time. The Cell ensures the effective implementation of the reservation policies in the university admissions to students in various courses of studies, accommodation in the hostels, appointments to the teaching and non-teaching posts, and maintain a register in the institute.
Objectives of SC/ ST Cell:
- To implement the reservation policy for SCs/STs in the institute.
- To take such follow up measures for achieving the objectives and targets laid down for the purpose by the Government of India and the UGC.
- To implement, monitor and evaluate continuously the reservation policy in the institute and plan measures for ensuring effective implementation of the policy and program of the Government of India.
Functions of the Cell:
- To circulate Government of India and Commission’s decisions and to collect regularly, on an annual basis, information regarding course-wise admissions to candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the institute, in forms prescribed, by a stipulated date, and to take follow up action, where required.
- To circulate Government of India orders and Commission’s decisions and to collect information in respect of appointment, training of these communities in teaching and non-teaching posts in the institute, in suitable forms by a stipulated date and take follow up action where required.
- To analyze the information collected above and prepare reports and digests for onward transmission to the Ministry of Human Resource Development/University Grants Commission and such other authorities as may be required.
- To deal with representations received from Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates regarding their admission, recruitment, promotion and other similar matters.
- To monitor the working of the remedial coaching scheme, if approved, in the institute.
- To function as a Grievances Redressal Cell for the Grievances of SC/ST students and employees of the university and render them necessary help in solving their academic as well as administrative problems.
- To maintain a register for employment of SCs/STs in the institute for the candidates belonging to SC/ST communities for various posts.
- Any other work assigned from time to time to promote higher education among these two communities suffering economic, social and education deprivations. 10.
- The SC/ST Cell exclusively looks after the work related to SC/STs matters and no other work is assigned to the Cell.
- The Committee should meet twice a year to review the position and to solve the problems.
|Sr. No.||Name||Designation||Mobile No||Email ID|
|1||Dr. Renu Bhargava||Chairman (Director of the Institute )||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Dr. Yogesh Mahajan||Section / Liaison Officer(Associate Professor)||email@example.com|
|3||Dr. Madhura Pimplapure||Member (Assistant Professor)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Prof. Suyog Chanchad||Member(Assistant Professor)||email@example.com|
|5||Mr. Laxman Misal||Member(Assistant Professor)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Mr. Dayanand Kamble||Member(Librarian)||email@example.com|
|7||Mrs. Rajshree Kesur||Member(Admin)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|8||Mr. Madhukar Jadhav||Member(Admin Officer)||email@example.com|
|9||Mr. Nitin Phadtare||Member(Admin Officer)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|10||Tejas Subhash Jilthe||Student(MBA 2018-20)||email@example.com|
|11||Pooja Goyal||Student(MBA 2018-20)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|12||Mr.Akhilesh Kumar Sharma||Student(PGDM 2018-20)||email@example.com|
|13||Ms. Saloni Jagtap||Student(PGDM 2018-20)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
DRUG / ALCOHOL POLICY
Students of Indira are expected to abstain from drugs and alcohol during their stay at the institute. Violation of this policy will lead to cancellation of admission.
At Indira, we believe in inculcating a sense of discipline and belonging in the students by observing a strict dress code. Students are expected to wear formal dress (shirt & trouser for gents; western formals /salwar kameez for ladies) throughout the week, except on Saturdays which will be observed as ‘casual-day’. On the occasion of guest lectures, seminars, etc. students are expected to be dressed in the Indira uniform (blazers, tie, shirt, trouser for gents/sari for ladies). A student failing to adhere to the dress code will not be allowed to attend the lectures and will face strict disciplinary action.
The boys and girls Hostel at Indira have a set of rules which must be adhered to strictly by the students. Each hostel is headed by a warden who acts as a facilitator and observer to maintain discipline in the hostels and ensure its smooth functioning. Students opting to stay in the hostel will have to sign an undertaking in accepting the rules set by the management. Ragging of any type will not be accepted and the concerned students’ admissions would be canceled immediately.