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Jaipuria Institute of Management,Lucknow

Plot No. 1, Vineet Khand, Gomti Nagar , Lucknow -226010 ,Lucknow
1995

About Us

Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow (estd. 1995) , the NAAC accredited ‘ A ‘ grade institute offers two year full time PGDM, PGDM( Financial Services) & PGDM( Retail Management) programs which are approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD ( GOI). All the three programs are recognized by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as equivalent to MBA and accredited by NBA (National Board of Accreditation). We are also amongst the top 75 institutes in the country as per the latest NIRF ranking. We have started our PhD Program (FPM) from 2019 to facilitate higher management education and research. Our PGDM program has been accredited by NBA for a period of 6 years which very few institutes can boast of in the country. We also, on the basis of our NBA score have been granted Graded autonomy till 2024 by AICTE Over the last 25 years, Jaipuria Lucknow has created an intellectual community of 42 full time faculty member from industry and academia, renowned for their excellent teaching skills and contribution to management education. Our diversified group of faculty having adept global experience & their research contribution has been our core strength. Our Faculty, known as “Mentors” enthuses challenges and provokes students to think out of the box in order to develop the art of critical thinking and holistic decision making.

Area of Excellence

Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Business to train, mentor and entrepreneurial skill Centre of Teaching & Learning explore the usage of ICT in pedagogy Centre of Banking & Finance objective is to impart knowledge and provide consultancy Centre for Retail Research imparts training and consultancy to retailers

Research Capability and Focus Area

Jaipuria Institute of management fosters to build a research enterprise that focuses on innovation, specialization and collaboration. Our research capabilities cover a broad spectrum of focus areas involving Financial Management, Marketing, Human Resources, Operations Management, Economics, Multivariate Data Analysis, IT, Labor Laws, Analytics to name a few

Notable Research / Publication

1. Srivastava, R., Upadhyay, S. K., & Shukla, V. K. (2018). Subjective Elicitation of Hyper parameters of a Conjugate Dirichlet Prior and the Corresponding Bayes Analysis. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 48(19), pp 4874-4887. (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 2. Sanjeev, M. A., Shrewat, A., & P.K., S. K. (2019). iPhone as a proxy indicator of Adaptive Narcissism: An empirical investigation. Psychology & Marketing. (Ranked in A Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 3. Khattri, V., & Singh, D. K. (2019). Implementation of Additional Factor for Secure Authentication. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 29(4), pp 258-273. (Ranked in A Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 4. Saxena, A., Shankar, S., & Saxena, A. (2019). Business initiatives to sustain the Suhelwa Wildlife Sanctuary: lessons learned. Journal of Ecotourism. (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 5. Neog, B. J., & Sahoo, B. K. (2020). Rural non-farm diversification, agricultural feminization and women's autonomy in the farm: Evidence from India. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 59, pp 1-20. (Ranked in A Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 6. Khattri, V., Nayak, S., & Singh, D. K. (2020). Plastic Card Circumvention an Infirmity of Authenticity and Authorization . Journal of Financial Crime. (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 7. Vishnani, S. (2020). Earnings Management and Accounting Conservatism: Evidence from Indian Banking Industry. Accountancy Business and the Public Interest, 19(), pp 37-59. (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings) 8. Kumar, A., & Anbanandam, R. (2020). Environmentally responsible freight transport service providers’ assessment under data-driven information uncertainty. Journal of Enterprise Information Management. (Ranked in A Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 9. Chaudhary, R., Misra, D., & Bakhshi, P. (2020). Conditional relation between Return and Co‐moments – An Empirical Study for emerging Indian Stock Market. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 17(2), pp 308-319. (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 10. Chaudhary, R., Bakhshi, P., & Gupta, H. (2020). The Performance of Indian Stock Market during COVID-19. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 17(3), pp 133-147. (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 11. Ghadge,A.,Kumar Jena,S.,Kamble,S.,Misra, D.,& Kumar Tiwari, M.(2020) Impact of financial risk on supply chains: a manufacturer-supplier relational perspective, International Journal of Production Research. (Ranked in A Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 12. Mishra, A., Shukla, A., Rana, N., & Dwivedi, Y. (2020). From ‘touch’ to a ‘multisensory’ experience: The impact of technology interface and product type on consumer responses. Psychology & Marketing. (Ranked in A Category of ABDC Rankings and is Scopus Indexed) 13. Chaudhary, R., Bakhshi, P., & Gupta, H. (2020). Volatility in International Stock Markets: An empirical study during COVID-19. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, 13(2018). (Ranked in B Category of ABDC Rankings)

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Courses & Programme

  • DisciplineMANAGEMENT
  • Program LevelPost Graduate Diplomas
  • Branch/SubjectGeneral Management
  • No. of seats10
  • Course Duration (In Months)24
  • Examination PatternTrimaster

    SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesINR 700000
  • Annual Total FeesINR 925000
  • Non-SAARC Country

  • Annual Tuition FeesINR 700000
  • Annual Total FeesINR 925000

Eligibility Criteria: ( UG in Any Subject with minimum 50% score )

Additional Exams/Criteria: ( GMAT with minimum Valid score )

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