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The Indian Institute of Management Lucknow is one of the six national level management institutes set up by the Government of India. The Institute's mission is to help improve the management of the corporate and the noncorporate sectors and also the public systems, through pursuit of excellence in management education, research, consultancy and training.
The main activities of the Institute include:
Post Graduate Programme in Management:
For developing young men and women into leaders who can make a difference in domestic and global businesses and industries.
Fellow Programme in Management:
For providing high quality education to scholars for pursuing careers as teachers, researchers, trainers and consultants in management.
Management Development Programmes:
For helping to improve management systems in India by providing relevant training to executives in industry, government and the non-government sectors to take on a leadership roles in their positions.
Agriculture Management Centre:
For providing holistic support to management of Agriculture and Rural Development. During the year 2004-05, a Post graduate Programme in Agri Business Management is being launched.



HOSTELS : All students are provided with single occupancy furnished rooms in the hostels on the campus. Internet connectivity is available in all the hostels. Students manage their catering services through a committee, with the infrastructural support provided by the Institute.

MEDICAL FACILITIES : The Institute maintains a Health Centre and services of resident/visiting doctors are available.  The Institute has standing arrangement with reputed hospitals in the vicinity for hospitalisation and other medical services. The limited medical facilities within the Institute are free. However, students are required to pay for all external medical services. The Students' Council, formed by the students, tries to help needy students to meet some portion of their medical expenses.

Campus Amenities : Other amenities for the campus community include a general merchandise shop, one Kendriya Bhandar, two canteens, a Post Office, a PCO, and two banks (Central Bank of India and UTI with ATM facility) offering all required services including educational loans. Transport services, arranged by the Institute, ply regularly between the campus and the city office at Aliganj.

RECREATION :  All hostels have common rooms containing reading materials, Cable TV, Carrom and other indoor facilities. The common rooms serve as focal points for informal recreational activities.
A wide range of sporting facilities are available on campus. These include a Football and Cricket field; Basketball, Volleyball and Badminton courts; two pool tables; and an indoor recreation hall for Badminton and Table-Tennis halls in all hostels. A Gymnasium with modern equipment is offered for the students. Work on a new concrete Tennis Court has recently been completed for all the tennis enthusiasts.
There are a number of opportunities for students to develop and display their cultural and literary talents. The students participate actively in various internal and external events organised in and outside Lucknow, like INDEX, MANFEST, Leaders in Making Award, Innovision etc.

COMPUTING FACILITIES : The computer centre is equipped with the state-of-the-art equipment to cater to the needs of the academic as well as the administrative activities of the Institute.  The IT infrastructure includes a fiber optic backbone based campus-wide-network connecting machines on heterogeneous platforms [LINUX, Windows NT, Windows 95/98/2000/XP] with several servers.  The network provides access to 1250 nodes to facilitate sharing different hardware and software resources.
All buildings including the Faculty Block, the Academic Block, the Computer Centre and the Library are connected through Ethernet-switched network all the way to hostels, residential campus including each & every room of Institute.
The Computer Centre is housed in a centrally air-conditioned complex on campus.  It is open round the clock.  Skilled computer professionals are available for providing support services to the users.

LIBRARY FACILITIES : Housed in a spacious 30,000 sq. feet, two storied, air-conditioned, centrally located and functionally designed building with a seating capacity of 250 readers in five halls and equipped with ergonomically designed furniture and fittings, the library acts as the main learning resource centre of the Institute and provides services and facilities to meet the requirements of the Institute's teaching, training, research and consulting programmes. Its fast growing collection includes an up-to-date and well-balanced collection of over 60,000 select documents in the field of management and related areas including about 5000 volumes of important reference sources.
Besides currently subscribing to over 569 learned periodicals, the library has developed a strong collection of 11,875-microfilms/ fiche of all the core periodicals in microforms. The library also stocks a collection of about 1475 reports of select corporations of the country and 2502 other important and similar documents. Recently, the library has started building its collection of audio-visual (AV) materials and presently stocks about 414 documents in AV form.
The library is operating in a fully automated environment. Integrated library automation software is in place. Entire library collection is bar-coded and an Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) is available. The automation activities of the library are supported by LAN.
The library also includes a cyber-lab, an audio-visual lab, microform and Reprography lab and a Children's section.

Admission to the programme is through the Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Management at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore, Kozhikode and Lucknow.  Applications for admission are invited in the month of July and written admission test is conducted in November of preceding year for the programme commencing in end-June/beginning-July every year.

The selection procedure, besides taking into account the academic achievements of the applicant, also aims at assessing his/her potential for a management career.  Consequently, a multi-criteria selection model incorporating scholastic achievements, work experience and performance in written test, group discussion and personal interview is used in selecting candidate for these  programmes.

15% seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates, 7% seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates, who meet the admission requirements of the Institute.  In addition to this, 3% seats are reserved for candidates with disabilities as per the Persons with Disabilities Act 1995, subject to fulfilling admission requirements of the Institute.
Foreign candidates residing in India at the time of Common Admission Test (CAT) must take the full range of tests prescribed under CAT.  Foreign candidates residing abroad are required to submit their GMAT scores along with their applications giving complete academic records and details of professional experience.  All applications for admission from foreign nationals must be routed through the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India with a copy sent directly to the Institute.

Indian nationals residing abroad must send their GMAT scores along with their application for admission.



Term I

Term II

Term III



1. Marketing Management-I

1. Marketing Management-II

Finance & Accounting

1. Management Accounting-I

2. Financial Management-I #
3.Management Accounting-II

2. Financial Management-II


2. Communication for Management-I #


3. Communication for Management-II #

Legal Management

3. Legal Aspects in Management


Human Resource

4. Behaviour in Organisations

4. Designing Work Organisations

4. Personnel Management and Industrial Relations

Operations Management

5. Operations Management-I #

5. Operations Management-II

5. Materials Management

Information Technology and Systems

6. Information Technology for Management #


6. Management Information  Systems

Decision Sciences

7. Quantitative Analysis for Management-I

6. Quantitative Analysis for Management-II

7. Quantitative Analysis for Management-III #
8. Research Methodology


8.  Economics-I

7. Economics-II


# Courses of under one credit

First Year Courses (2004-2005)

Prof. C. Suryanarayana, Director

Dr. Devi Singh
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1. Advanced Marketing Research
2. Consumer Behaviour
3. Product Management
4. Promotional Strategy

1   Customer Relationship  Management
2. Sales & Distribution
3. Services Marketing

1. Retailing Management

Finance and Accounting

5. Commercial Bank Management
6. Corporate Restructuring
7. Investment Management
8. International Finance

4. Corporate Valuation
5. Financial Derivatives
6. Project Finance ( 0.5)
7.  Quantitative Applications   in Finance

2. Insurance Management
( 0.5)
3. Management of Financial Services
4. Taxation & Tax Planning

Strategic Management

9. New Venture Planning

8. Governance and Strategy (0.5)
9. Managing Global Competition

5. Applied Theory in Strategy and Competition

Human Resource Management

10. Team Building

10. Cross Cultural Management
11. Leadership Development

6. Business Ethics (0.5)
7. Organisational Issues in New Venture

Operations Management

11. Managerial applications of Systems Dynamics
12. Manufacturing Planning and Control

12. Manufacturing Systems Design
13. Project Management
14. Quality Management
15. Supply Chain Management

8. Operations Strategy

Information Technology and Systems

13. Data Base Management Systems
14. Information Systems  Analysis & Design

16. Internet Commerce
17. Software Risk  Management ( 0.5)


Business Environment

14. Econometric Methods


9. Industrial Economics & Business Strategy (0.5)



10. Advanced Oral Communication









1. Strategic Management
(1.5 credit)

1. Business Environment


Credits of 15 electives are to be taken over the three terms such that no student takes less than 5 or more than 6 electives in terms IV & V, and not less than 3 or more than 5 electives in term VI. A student must take at least 4 elective courses for concentration in one area. Students are encouraged to have concentration in at least two areas.

Second Year Courses (2004-2005)

International Exchange Programme:
For developing global mind set among the students and preparing them to work under heterogeneous environment.
The Centre for Leadership and Human Values:
It has been recognized by the MHRD (GoI) as an 'epi-centre' for disseminating value-based education in India.
The Centre for Entrepreneur Development and New Venture Management:
It is being set up and will collaborate with top U.S. universities and other international bodies to further the cause of Entrepreneurship.
For strengthening the knowledge base relevant to practice of management for the corporate sectors. The Institute also aims at making major contributions in management research for the noncorporate sector.
Consulting Services:
For solving problems in the various kinds of organizations spread across different sectors of the economy and upgrading their management practices.
For disseminating new knowledge generated through various research projects and case studies and to strengthen the knowledge base in management.
Professional Development:
To sponsor/depute the members of the IIML Community to attend/ participate in training programmes, conferences, seminars and workshops for updating their knowledge base and keeping in touch with professional developments all around the world.

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