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Indian Institute of Management Kashipur also known as IIM Kashipur, is a public business school located in Kashipur, Uttarakhand, India. It is one of the thirteen Indian Institutes of Management the government has set up during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan. The foundation stone was laid on 29 April 2011.
This autonomous institute offers a two-year Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM), a two-year Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGPM), a residential Fellowship Programme in Management (FPM, equivalent to Ph.D.) and a non-residential doctoral Executive Fellowship Programme in Management (EFPM).
The institute offers a two-year flagship residential course which is the Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP). Since 2014 it also offers a residential Fellowship Programme in Management (FPM), a non-residential doctoral Executive Fellowship Programme in Management (EFPM) and short term Management Development Programmes (MDP) for corporate executives.
Dr Kulbhushan Balooni is the director of the institute. Sri Sandeep Singh is the Interim Chairman of the board of governors for the institute. Prof K M Baharul Islam is presently the Dean (Academics) of the Institute.
Agnitraya is the annual flagship event of IIM Kashipur. It is a three-day inter-college fest consisting of events from Management, Sport and Cultural areas. Agnitraya'19 hosted over 1500 participants from over 30 colleges across India. As part of the fest, 10 management events, 15 sporting events, and 11 cultural events were conducted. In addition to these, Abhivyakti- an open mic recitation competition in association with The Social House, Model United Nations were also conducted. Star night performances by Harrdy Sandhu, DJ Duo Zephyrtone, popular stand-up comedians- Nishant Tanwar and Aakash Gupta were some of the major attractions of Agnitraya'19
Coalescence is the annual management conclave of IIM Kashipur aimed at industry-academia collaboration. It is a platform to bring together stalwarts from different domains of Marketing, Finance, Operations, IT & Analytics, HR and Consulting together to share their expertise and interact with the students of IIM Kashipur. Coalescence includes keynote speeches and panel discussions. The 2019 edition saw people from various companies including Star India, Honda Cars India Ltd. and Uber.
TEDxIIMKashipur is an independently organized event under the aegis of TED consisting of a series of talks by various accomplished and eminent personalities. The journey of TEDxIIMKashipur started in 2014 with a vision to provide a common platform for visionaries, innovators, and change-makers to inspire and be inspired. The theme of TEDxIIMKashipur 2017 was 'Breaking Barriers' while the theme of TEDxIIMKashipur 2018 was 'Shaping the Future'. Past notable guests include Manvendra Singh Gohil, Seema Rao, Jadav Payeng, Ira Singhal, Thinlas Chorol, Nouf Marwaai, Gauri Sawant, Priyanka Chaturvedi, Rama Vaidyanathan and Anam Hashim.
Uttishtha is the annual entrepreneurship summit that acts as a platform for entrepreneurs to inspire and guide budding entrepreneurs. The event consists of keynote addresses, panel discussions, business plan competitions, and presentations. Some of the past guests of honor have been Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Praveen Sinha (Founder, Jabong & Pincap), Akhil Gupta (Co-founder, NoBroker), Avnish Sabharwal (MD, Accenture Ventures), Kaushlendra Kumar (Founder, Kaushalya Foundation), Lalit Mangal (Co-founder, CommonFloor), Alok Bansal (Co-founder, PolicyBazaar), etc.
IIM Kashipur has established cooperative relations with École de management de Normandie (EM Normandie), Caen, Le Havre, Deauville, France as well as École supérieure pour le développement économique et social (ESDES) School of Business and Management, Lyon, France so as to further develop academic and cultural interchanges between the institutions through mutual assistance in the areas of education and research. The programme includes short-term exchange of students, exchange of faculty and development of joint research activities.