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Thursday, September 2, 2010



Indian management was originated in the earliest centuries.In hindu religion a lord name SRIKRISHNA had stated ample MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES.

Apart from the lord srikrishna numerous saints guru's stated management principles which our entire world have been using widely in this brad managerial environment,


Founded in the year 1957, All India Management Association (AIMA) is an apex body of management with over 30,000 individual members, 3000 institutional members and 60 Local Management Association across India and overseas. AIMA undertakes a host of management related activities and initiatives such as Distance Management Education, Management Development Programmes, Special Conferences, Research & Publications, Testing Services and Competitions.

Today amid all the transitions, there is one Indian body that’s helping the Indian managers to make the most of the new opportunities. One body that’s assimilating the changed global perspective and equipping the Indian managers for it. One body that’s ready for tomorrow is All India Management Association (AIMA).
The All India Management Association (AIMA) was created as an apex body of professional management with active support of the Government of India and Industry in 1957. AIMA is a group- a body to pool management thoughts in the country, a forum to develop a national managerial ethos, an orgnisation to facilitate the furtherance of the management profession in the country.
AIMA is a federation of Local Management Associations (LMAs). AIMA today affiliates 58 LMAs across the country and two Co-operating management associations i.e. Qatar Indian Management Association and Mauritius Management Association.
AIMA has established close linkages with over 3000 institutions and over 30,000 individual professionals directly and through network of the Local Management Associations. AIMA’s activities include Distance management Education, management Development Programmes, national Events, Competitions, Research, Publication and Testing Services. AIMA is represented on a number of policy making bodies of the Government of India and a number of National bodies / organizations. Some important ones are as under:
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), which is the apex regulatory body for professional education in the country under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD), Government of India.
Council of Institute of Applied Manpower Research
Boards of Governors, Indian Institutes of Management (Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Indore and Kozikode)
Bureau of Indian Standards, New Delhi
National Productivity Council, New Delhi
Central Direct Taxes Advisory Committee
AIMA is frequently co-opted by the Government on Specialised Committees.AIMA is an active member of the Asian Association of Management Organizations (AAMO), which is the Asia-Pacific regional body of the World Management Council (CIOS).AIMA maintains close links with a number of overseas professional institutions like the American Management Association, Chartered Institute of Management (UK), all the National Management Organisations in the Asia Pacific Region and St Gallen University of Switzerland among others.


Indian institutes of management,including INDIAN SCHOOL OF BUISINESS constitute the major portion in creating skilled managers within india with international standards.



The cat(Common Admission Test) conducted by the IIMs is a very competitive test conducted for admission to around 2000 seats of graduate programs in management at the seven campuses, and is usually considered one of the most competitive exams in the world[, with a supposed success rate of about one in two hundred[. Each institute conducts group discussions and personal interviews to evaluate the students shortlisted after the test.
On 1 May 2009, it was announced that from CAT 2009 would be a computer basedtest. The contract for conducting computer based CAT was awarded to Prometric - the company that conducts GMAT

Reservations at IIMs
IIM has an affirmative action policy on caste-based reserved quotas.As per the provisions in the Indian constitution, the IIMs have been reserving seats for sceduled castes of society. The IIMs follow a reservation policy that is notably different from the quota policy elsewhere in India. As per the rules of admission to IIMs, 15% of the admitted students must be of the Scheduled Castes, and 7.5% of seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes. The Other Backward classes have been provided with 27% reservation in effect from 2008 with the consent of the Supreme Court of India which IIMs would implement in a phased manner during three years. As per the rules, all the Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Other Backward Caste (OBC) candidates must take the common admission test with the rest of the students. Based on the results of CAT but using relaxed admissions criteria, Candidates are called for next round of Group Discussion and Personal Interviews. There is no relaxation on the criteria for passing the exams or graduating a course. The candidates admitted through the reservation policy are also subjected to the same criteria as the general candidates for graduation.

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