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Indian Institute of Plantation Management, [IIPM] Bangalore

7.3 / 10

Based on 2 Student Reviews

Indian Institute of Plantation Management, [IIPM] Bangalore Details


Reviews About Indian Institute of Plantation Management, [IIPM] Bangalore

Dheeraj
Dheeraj
PGDM-ABPM, batch of 2018
8/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
  • Classes are from morning 9 am to evening 4 pm. It also includes the library hours in that timetable. Presentations and assignments are given after completion of every weekend. The method of teaching is very interactive with the faculty which helps in improving communication skills,  knowledge level as well as curiosity for learning.
  • My overall experience in college is very good.

CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
  • Several student societies are present in the college.
  • Life in college is great.


Imran
Imran
PGDM-ABPM, batch of 2016
6/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
  • The daily routine is good like class time and others study related things because in our college permanent faculty is here not the visiting faculty.

CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
  • In Indian nIstitute of Plantation Management, the student society is average but faculty society is good.



About Indian Institute of Plantation Management, [IIPM] Bangalore

Realizing the potentialities and needs of modernization of the plantation sector through management education and training, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India constituted a core group in 1990 to set up a strategic institution of management education in the plantation sector. Accordingly a blue-print for the Indian Institute of Plantation Management, (IIPM) Bangalore was prepared. This blue-print envisaged the Institute as a centre of excellence, to act as a think tank and an intellectual resource base for the plantation sector. It also envisaged the Institute as an exclusive sectoral school of management based on a new model intensive institute-industry interaction. After the acceptance of the blueprint by the Government, a steering committee of the Ministry of Commerce provided the initial thrust for setting up the Institute. In November 1993, the Institute was registered as an autonomous educational institution of higher learning, under the Karnataka Society Registration Act. It is jointly sponsored by the plantation sector and the Commodity Boards viz. Coffee Board, Tea Board, Rubber Board, Spices Board and Plantation Associations, viz. UPASI and Indian Tea Association (ITA).

Institute is actively supported by the Industry through its uniquely designed Faculty Finance Support Scheme. Commodity Boards and several leading corporates have instituted chairs at the Institute. Currently, the chairs have been instituted by Tata Tea Limited, Goodricke Group Limited, WIlliamson Magor Group and Tata Coffee Limited. In return, Institute provides intellectual support to the Industry through its research, brainstorming workshops and seminars etc.

The Institute is today a centre of excellence which acts as a think tank and an intellectual resource base for the plantation and associated agri-business sector. It is an exclusive sectoral school of management based on a new model of intensive institute-industry interaction.


Library

Institute has modern library facilities equipped with internet access. It has rich resource of books, journals, periodicals and project reports.

Library is currently subscribing more than 140 journals both national and international repute. It has more than 8,000 books on diversified subjects viz., history, culture, religion, ethics, management, law, besides, the sectoral collections including coffee, tea, rubber, spices, etc. The library has a variety of CDs and audio & video cassettes. Library is networked with oth


Recognizing the demand for training programs from potential and nascent Coffee entrepreneurs who are based in major urban centres in India, IIPM-CIE and Coffee Board have developed Reach-out Programmes that would provide an overview of the potential for Coffee entrepreneurship.These programmes have modules relating to the establishment and management of Coffee roasting and grinding business and, Coffee retailing businesses. The programmes have distinct modules on assessment of Coffee quality and, business planning for Coffee


Scholarships :

  • The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJ&E), Government of India - Top Class Central Sector Scholarship for FOUR SC Students of IIPM.

  • The Ministry of Tribal Affairs (MTA), Government of India - Top Class Education for TWO ST Students of IIPM.

  • Ministry of Minority Affairs (MMA), Government of India - Minority Welfare Merit Cum Means Scholarships.

  • State Government Scholarships for OBC Students.

  • M/s. Malankara Plantation Centenary Scholarship.

  • "IIPM Faculty Support Fund" Scholarships for th

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