Responsible Management Education


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The IILM institute for business and management ,GURUGRAM organised a college fest MOSAIC’17 on 14th and 15th of February 2017 . It is a two day fest with a perfect amalgamation of  sports, business and cultural events where students work  hard to make it a success.

Out of so many events IILM has organised its flagship event ‘DALAL STREET’- it is a share market where buying and selling of shares take place. Earlier there was nothing digital so as a vegetable market there is a share market where in a big hall the transactions between the parties take place. The demand and supply decides the prices of the shares like a vegetable market people are shouting the prices of the companies share and the interested buyer purchases the shares. Sometimes people negotiates with the seller. A similar environment was created in the college event also teams brokers were running for their teams helping or  guiding them in deciding the shares to purchase or sell. The  dalal street atmosphere was similar, everyone was shouting the company’s shares they want to sell or buy. Teams were negotiating on the prices and fighting to earn the maximum profit out of it. There were 3 rounds were teams can buys or sell shares either from exchange or from other teams . In each round the news s flashed and teams have to take decision accordingly on the purchase or sale of the shares. After round 3 teams cannot purchase the shares and the 4th round news is flashed followed by it final price of the shares is also flashed. The team holding maximum net worth wins i.e the one having maximum amount of cash in hand and the maximum value of shares in hand. The event dalal street shows us even after so many technology advancement in the share market the real fun is in the open share market where you can negotiate in person  to purchase or sale of  the shares.

It was a great opportunity for us to be a part of the dalal street team and also learned a lot about how the news effects the share prices of the company, how to minimise your risk with diversification it was like a live project with lot of fun and learning at the same time. Before entering the corporate life getting a chance to work in a practical way which taught us how to work in a team, how to guide the other team members, how to deal with the team mates not working and feeling happy at the end when the team work gives the positive results.

At the end we would like to thank VISHAL GOEL SIR for keeping faith in us and giving us the opportunity to work with him also supporting and helping whenever required  and also the  whole team of dalal street for the hard work.






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14th February, Guess what a day it was? ‘Game Day’, a day of igniting innovative ideas.

IILM Institute for Business and Management was all set for game fever. Posters all around and decoration was mind blowing. The décor was elegant and traditional.

Day  started with a basketball match. ‘Basketball is not just a sport it’s a lifestyle’. There were 4 teams in total, out of which 2 were selected for a final match. The match was very interesting and all enjoyed the last quarter of the game. The final game was between GD Goenka and IILM Institute for Business and Management, Gurgaon.  What a game it was, Game completely overturned in the last quarter of the final match & in the end it can be only one, GD Goenka won with a score of 51 and IILM was at 44 Points.

The day continued with Carrom and Table tennis matches. Carrom is a ‘strike and pocket’ table game where it is important to follow rules & regulations of land. 20 Teams from different colleges participated and it was a delight in match.

Then clock strikes 1:00 p.m. time for lunch where delicious food was calling at different food stalls.

Post lunch there was a game of ‘Fun Cricket’, sport met with innovation. It was a game of Cricket with a twist in it, with new rules and regulations. A game without sixes, Fun cricket was a team play where there were 6 members (2 female and 4 male participants). 8 teams in total registered for the game and I must say it was a very tough competition.

The event came to the end in the evening with Prize distribution ceremony. Winning teams were honored with a trophy and Medals along with a cash prize and Certificate of appreciation.


~ Aditi Gupta
PG 16-18

Industry Academia conference 2017 by CINQUE

Indian Management Education: Towards Next Horizon

“Collaborating Strategy between Industry and Academia”


CINQUE has conducted one of its kind Industry-Academia conference, “Indian Management Education: Towards Next Horizon (Collaborating Strategy between Industry and Academia)”at The Indian International Centre. With a clear focus on ensuring that Academia and Industry work together like partners rather as than adversaries, the Conference is committed to come up with an implementable agenda and ensure periodic reviews with all stake-holders to ensure the continuity of the exercise.

A closer look at the management schools throws an interesting pattern where B-Schools are more concerned about the number of students graduating rather than their quantity. Corporates also spend significant time, energy and resources to make this talent pool worth contributing. So, the need of the hour is to devise strategies to overcome this shortcoming.

The Key speakers of the conference included:

  • Padmashri Dr Pritam Singh, (CEO-Lead Center and Ex-Director IIM-Lucknow, MDI) who has kindly consented to be the Conference Patron.
  • Mr S. Y. Siddiqui (Chief Mentor – Maruti Suzuki India Limited)
  • Mr Manoj Kohli, Keynote speaker (Executive Chairman SoftBank Energy)
  • Mr Arun Malhotra, Guest of Honour (MD, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd.) and,
  • Dr H. Chaturvedi (Alternate President-EPSI and Director-BIMTECH)

The four broad themes which the Conference endeavours to address in the field of Industry-Academia collaboration are:

  • Architecting and designing relevant and cutting edge curriculum.
  • Honing effective Industry Interface to increase the Employability of Indian B-School students
  • Leveraging technology to encompass larger segment by overcoming demographic and geographic barriers.
  • Adopting Gen-Z relevant cutting edge pedagogical tools

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Saraswati Pooja at IILM GURGAON – 1/2/17

IILM GURGAON has always believed in prosperity through participation. PG1 Students at our gurgaon campus organised the Saraswati Puja (Basant Panchami) on the onset of beginning OF Spring from  1st feb 2017.

On this auspicious day, faculty, staffs and student came together to seek blessings of the goddess of knowledge, music, art and culture. It was graced with the presence of Senior Director of IILM, Director, Dean accompanied by faculty members and non teaching staffs. students with utter joy joined the harmonic ceremony.

Celebrating Saraswati Puja is a ritual attempt to preserve Indian culture and to impart a sense of respect towards long established traditions, which IILM always keep at helm of priority.  Worship of goddess began with the lighting of lamp by respected designated faculties and students. Puja of Saraswati pratima in saraswati mandir of IILM was conducted in sync with chanting of saraswati vandana and holy chorus. Students not only conducted puja but also enlightened on the concept of worshipping goddess of knowledge. Everyone present there in traditional wear was a colorful touch to the day. Special prasad was prepared with laddu and palm and was offered to Ma Saraswati.  Event was ended in a very soulful way by serving prasad to everyone present there.


Sanjana Banerjee

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Carpe Diem’ 2017 (IIM Calcutta)

IIM Calcutta recently concluded with its annual cultural fest “Carpe Diem”. It was a three day event starting from 27th of January to 29th of January 2017.  4 students from IILM got a chance to participate in the various events of fest.

In February 2016 organized a two day workshop on ‘Digital Marketing’ on 18th and 19th in our college in Gurgaon. Around 30 students participated in this workshop mentored by “Mr. Ujjawal Chugh”. At the end of the workshop there was quiz conducted out of which 4 students were selected to participate in B-Plan competition to be held in the fest.

The team was-

  1. Surabhi Bhatia
  2. Mahipal Jain
  3. Riya Garg
  4. Vijyadeep Dhasmana

We 4 prepared a B-Plan on bespoke tailoring solution named as “Dressoup”. This was to be presented in the competition.

Day 1

We landed in the noon in Kolkata and reached college wherein they gave us accomodations. Carpe Diem 2017 was inaugurated by famous children author Ruskin Bond. He addressed the audience and narrated about his various life experiences. We had a chance to interact with him and asked questions related to his books and stories. His speech was followed by a band performance ‘Laghori-Coke Studio’.

Day 2

Our day started with breakfast in the student mess, eating which we missed our IILM breakfast very much. Then was the first round of B-Plan Competition in which a team quiz was conducted. It was written quiz which consisted of questions 125 on Rio Olympics, Constitution of India and general marketing concepts. Around 40 teams from various colleges in India participated in that quiz. After that we moved out and looked for other events. We were also given lunch coupons and again during lunch we realized IILM still stands far ahead in terms of food and hospitality. In the gaming corner a block game known as ‘Zenga’ was being played. Then there was picture puzzle, face painting doodle art etc. we participated in a few of them. The day ended with a performance by “Nucleya” a renowned DJ.



Day 3

Results were announced for the quiz and much to our delight we qualified for the second round. Now came the time for presenting our business idea. Each team was given 10 min to put forward their presentation and after that there was a small round of Q&A from the judges. We presented our B-plan but exceeded the time limit by 2 minutes. However, judges were still convinced in the Q&A session. After that we saw many events like fashion show, dance competition etc. at 4 o clock results were announced and unfortunately we could not make it to top 3. Still, we would say it was an amazing experience for all 4 of us as we got a chance to be here in such a premier B-School and talk to people out there.

In the evening we left the campus and decided to take a small city tour. We visited Howrah Bridge, Birla Mandir and then Park Street, which is famous for its night life. Street food in Kolkata is very delicious and a must try.

Next morning we went to New Market and spent whole day wandering around as our flight was delayed by 3 hours. To sum it up, it was a very hands-on experience for those who always wondered what life in the most sought after B-School would be.


Surbhi Bhatia

Vijaydeep Dhasmana

Riya Garg

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Carpe diem 2017-at IIM-C

Final Round of Carpediem 2017 will be held on 28th and 29th Jan 2017 in KolKota where students from various colleges all over India will participate for the coveted  prize and glory.

Preparation starts much earlier for the event.

Certificate IIM Sample certificate

The Carpe-Diem workshop was conducted on the18th and 19th of February,2016 in the Gurgaon campus. This workshop covered two topics namely : Entrepreneurship and Digital Marketing.

The purpose of this workshop was to make students aware of what digital marketing is, and how along with entrepreneurship, one could move forward and start their own venture. Also at the end of two days, 5 students were awarded merit certificate and  selected to compete in a nation-wide competition in IIM-Calcutta in January 2017.

The two day workshop was conducted by Mr. Ujjwal Chugh. He is one of the best orators I’ve come across. The moment he started speaking, all students were pulled in, and were not even bored for a second in those two days.

Students were taught the basics of digital marketing and how entrepreneurship and digital marketing as a whole inter-twined and went hand in hand. They also learnt what is SEM and SEO, how to create a domain name and how to start own website if one wanted to. It was also demonstrated by running a live campaign.

31 students participated in the workshop, at the end of the two days, 5 students namely – Mahipal Jain, Vijaydeep Dhasmana, Surabhi Bhatia, Riya Garg and S.Swetha were selected to compete in the nation-wide competition to be held in Calcutta in 2017.


Pravasi Haryana Divas 10-12 th January 2017

The government of Haryana in collaboration with Confederation of Indian Industries(CII) and Federation of Indian Industries(FII) organised  this two day event of Pravasi Haryana Divas on 10 – 11 January 2017 in Kingdom of Dreams, Gurugram with the objective to recognise the achievements of NRI’s and PIOs of Haryana. It was not  exclusively for the NRI’s , additionally, every one of the general population who are currently settled in different locations in India and whose roots are from Haryana were reconnected to their underlying foundations with a specific end goal to tap their energies later on in improvement of Haryana and make a cooperative energy.

On 10th and 11th of January some students from IILM, Gurgaon participated as volunteers in PHD 2017.The event saw participation from stalwarts of politics,sports and Films.

VIP Guest list include

Honorable  CM of Haryana- Shri M.L. khattar, Honorable Union minister Smt. Smiriti Irani, Honorable Union minister Shri Piyush Goyal, Shri kapil dev (cricketer) , Sonu Nigam (singer), Mr. Vijender (Boxer), Geeta and Babita Phogat (Wresling- Dangal fame), Randeep Hooda (Actor), Joginder sharma (cricketer) , Dr. Subhash chandra (Member Rajya Sabha) and many others.

It was our pleasure to be a part of such prestigious event. We thank the Mr. Deepak Jain- Secretary General of FII to give the students of IILM, an opportunity to associate with the mega event. I see this event as a great opportunity to enhance their management and networking skills. Meeting people who came back to their motherland after so many years and talking to them about the developments of India, the power of Indian youth and the power of the country was indeed a great affair.

We started as a part of this event on 9th January in kingdom of dreams whereby we met, Mr. Deepak Jain – Secretary of FII, Mr. Rachit and Mr. Gaurav, officers of FII, who briefed us on the event and invigorated us to feel pleased about being a part of this event. By night, we were altogether assigned with our obligations at different locations where, we had visitors from India, as well as all over the globe.  On 10th January, we, a team of 5 students, left  early morning. On reaching our respective locations, we met various teams IMG_20170110_090159 IMG_20170110_131128 IMG-20170111-WA0002 IMG-20170111-WA0004 IMG-20170111-WA0063 IMG-20170111-WA0064 IMG-20170111-WA0070 IMG-20170111-WA0086 IMG-20170112-WA0008 IMG-20170111-WA0013from wiz craft, make my trip, officials from CII and FII. Interfacing with them help us know more about the corporate world, the difficulties confronted in the corporate world and a more extensive skyline of the economy was investigated. Certainly, it was a test of the communication skills we had. By evening, we were all invited to the main venue i.e. Kingdom of Dreams, where we had the opportunity to interact with more delegates and celebrities. By night, we were altogether welcomed to the primary setting i.e. Kingdom of Dreams, where we had the chance to connect with more delegates and big names. On, eleventh January likewise, we were at the focal scene dealing with the occasion and attempting and connect with the delegates.

On an entire, I see this 2 day occasion as an open door which permitted me to learn corporate conduct, enhance my networking skills, organizing aptitudes and for all intents and purposes confront the different periods of administration, which I had hypothetically seen yet. Being placed in the front, whereby we would meet the representatives first then the authorities and attempt and encourage them in the first place, was leverage for us. Knowing the encounters of individuals who left India long back and now wished to return to their countries, made us feel devoted many times and surely, this occasion amplified the adoration for our nation in our souls.

After the event CM of Haryana  met some students ,praised their efforts and wished good luck to them and IILM.

I want to express gratitude toward Vishal sir , FII and CII group to give us the chance to be a piece of this super occasion.

  • Kanav Goyal (PG1)

Smart India hackathon 2017

Students of IILM, Gurgaon are regularly participating in “Smart India Hackathon 20117” an initiative by AICTE for promoting inclusive innovation. Live videos are regularly streamed in the campus for students to get awareness about the initiative and also they can post their queries through facebook and twitter.

It all started from 16th December 2016  and since then various sessions on different topics are taken by experts and Office bearers from AICTE  in the month of December 2016 and January 2017.

Tomorrow (23 dec banner_facebook_leadershipTalk_AbhayJ_218/1/17) also we are arranging for live streaming of session by Union Minister Mr. Prakash Javdekar. 23 dec 1 AICTE IMG_20161216_142504




Students of IILM Institute for Business and Management attended the global conference & exhibition at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi. The conference was organized by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry(FICCI) in partnership with Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India. More than 1000 national and international delegates including Indian and foreign University Presidents, Vice Chancellors and Deans participated for deliberations on Future of higher education. Participation from 60 plus countries from EU, UK, Canada, USA, Africa, Middle East, SAARC, CIS etc.

The program started with the distribution of green card certificate to the guests followed by special address in the following manner:

  1. Mr Harshavardhan Neotia, President, FICCI(Welcome Address)
  2. Dr Rajan Saxena, Chairman, FICCI(Theme Address)
  3. Ms Martine Reicherts, Director general, EU, Education & Culture(Special Address)
  4. Ms Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of state for commerce & industry, Gol(Ministerial Address)
  5. Mr N.Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister, Andhra Pradesh(Keynote Address)
  6. Mr Sudhanshu(Concluding Address)



The Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh “Mr N.Chandrababu Naidu” was the key note speaker of the summit who claimed to achieve largest higher education market by year 2025 and wish India to be one of the top 10 countries for education of students. He claims that the principle goal of the summit is to do promote new steps rather than repeating old ones. He claims education is key for:

  • Wealth creation
  • Poverty eradication
  • Value promotion

Key takeaways-

According to a survey by British Council,

  • By 2025, India will have the best domestic Higher Education and India will be the 2nd largest supplier of International students.
  • India will have a position among the top 10 host countries for International Students.
  • Education is the key to wealth creation , civilisation and eradication of poverty.
  • FICCI and CII are involved in the continuous promotion of Human Resource Development.
  • In the current 4th Industrial revolution of technology and Internet of Things , IT is the main asset India currently possesses.
  • Education Institutes in India are focusing on delivering applied knowledge in the form of research projects , Field etc.
  • Among Top 10 Educational Institutes in India 3 are from Andhra Pradesh Also the first University to get International Ranking is from AP.
  • India is the single largest provider of global talent, with one in four graduates in the world being a product of the Indian education system
  • Major challenges – Student teacher ratio , Capacity building ,incubation centres funding and digitalisation.
  • 2 MOU’s signed with Government AP –One for opening an Engineering College and One For setting up a FICCI centre of Excellence in Amravati.




 Mr.Sudhanshu Pandey (Joint secretry- Ministry Of Commerce)

“Education cannot be stolen by a Thief

Education cannot be acquired by a King

Nor can it be divided among Brothers.”                                             

Key takeaways-

  • Globalisation means taking the best services in every way.
  • To become a responsible supplier of education , we need to improve on -State of education in the country & Recognition of Institutes and Courses
  • Industrialists need to contribute to the development of Higher Education.
  • If we give education to others – it multiplies and even we learn more.


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Event – ISTD – Gurgaon Chapter:

Theme: People, Technology, Innovation – The Key drivers for Make in India


The Indian Society for Training and Development, on the momentous occasion of its 3rd foundation day hosted a conference on the 28th of October with the theme of the event being ‘People, Technology, Innovation – The Key drivers for make in India’

With an open to all invitation, the conference aimed at attracting reputed B-Schools and their enthusiastic students to present their own Take on the Make in India initiative launched with pomp and fashion by our P.M. Narendra Modi on the 25th of September 2014.


With many a B-School involved, Including the Hosts as well as universities like Ansal University, two groups from IILM Gurgaon also prepared to take centre stage to compete against the other institutions.


With the participant’s list counting six teams, the stage was primed for presentation amidst a stellar judges panel along with the presence of distinguished guests like Mr. Debashish Sarkar,CGM, SBI and Dr. R Karthikeyan, National President ISTD being the Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively. The event kicked off with much enthusiasm.


The main idea was to assess the Make in India initiative in all its holistic glory through its genesis, impacts, future success and various other parameters.

The teams from Ansal and ISTD Gurgaon chapter certainly proved themselves to be worthy competitors by shedding light on the initiative from different angles which were very enlightening.

Two groups from IILM Gurgaon consisting of Sudhanshu Mewati, Sagnik Das (Group 1) and Rahul Chitrakar, Bharti Goel (Group2) set the stage ablaze with renewed zeal and enthusiasm shedding more light on the Micro-economic and Macro-economic impact of the initiative that is burgeoning the country to greater heights. Shedding light on not only the global but the domestic (Immediate) impact of the initiative gave one Team of IILM,Gurgaon(Bharti Goel/Rahul Chitrakar) the competitive edge, which was appreciated by the judges as a refreshing touch which substantiated all the facts we so eloquently put across; which was validated by the fact that IILM Gurgaon Bagged first prize for its presentation of what Make in India Holistically stood for and represented.


The Competition/Conference in its entirety was an extremely fruitful affair for students  because it was such an enriching experience to have had an opportunity to present amidst so many able competitors and a stellar panel of judges. This level of exposure and experience is priceless. and students also feel honoured to have been given a chance to represent the College at such a platform.img_20161028_173103 img_20161028_182623 img_20161028_185800