Himalayan Institute of Management (HIM) holds a vision of shaping future managers or leaders for the exigent corporate houses the world over. It transfers a very clear perception of becoming an academically responsive to the necessities of the corporate. HIM has set a standard to help in shaping up proficient management students for touching the heights in professional development. The up to date teaching methodology keeps the students and faculty alongside each other with dynamic and challenging world of business with a fine blend of traditional Indian ethics and value systems.
Faculty Development Program (FDP)
Faculty Development Program (FDP) is a step towards the improvement and grooming of Faculty members intellectually and emotionally. Faculty Development Programme on ‘Entrepreneurship’ sponsored by National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board & Directorate of Science & Technology at HIM from 23rd Aug to 6th Sept 2016.
Guest Lecture MBA
Himalayan Institute of Management (HIM) holds a vision of shaping future managers or leaders for the exigent corporate houses the world over. It transfers a very clear perception of becoming an academically responsive to the necessities of the corporate. HIM has set a standard to help in shaping up proficient management students for touching the hights in professional development. The up to date teaching methodology keeps the students and faculty alongside each other with dynamic and challenging world of business with a fine blend of traditional Indian ethics and value systems.
In today’s scenario management course is no longer about an exhaustive curriculum, an increasingly competitive business landscape demands exposure beyond books. Industry Interface is perhaps the most critical differentiator for management institutions worldwide. The school strongly believes in establishing a firm foundation for corporate interface through inviting eminent individuals from industry to interact and share their experiences with students and faculty members regularly.
HR Conclave provides a platform for exchange of ideas amongst the best business minds and academicians. They deliberate on issues and challenges facing the nation. The students and the faculty interact with these personalities on issues related to business.
Himalayan Institute of Management has organized Two day National conference on “Demonetisation: Effect on Economy, Corporate and Management Strategies” on 28th & 29th March, 2017 at “Himalayan Group of Professional Institutions, Kala Amb, District –Sirmour, Himachal Pradesh. The objective of the conference was to deliberate on the consequences of demonetisation decision on various economic variables, corporate, management strategies and entities. Various private and Government Universities and post graduate colleges of North India were invited through emails and mailing hard copy of brochures. 45 papers were received from various universities and post graduated colleges. 28 participants presented their papers during two day national conference.
During these two days stalwarts from academia, researchers, and students of management and commerce have presented comprehensive overview of short run and medium-term impacts on the economy, corporate or individuals. Chief Guest, Prof RL Sharma Vice Chancellor Himachal Pradesh Technical University, Hamirpur has motivated and inspire researchers, students, faculty members. He has mentioned that globalization and innovation with valuebased education will bring prerequisite change. He has categorically emphasized upon making educational institutions vibrant skill imparting place to develop and improve social system of India. Keynote Speaker Prof CL Chandan, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla has highlighted impact of demonetization on economy, corporate, GDP, black money, corruption, terrorism, parallel economy. He emphasized upon transformation of unorganized economy to organized economy. Guest of honour Prof MM Goel, Kurukshetra University, emphasized to purify India fight corruption, black money, terrorism, the move of demonetization was necessary but not sufficient. “ To purify India, fight corruption, black money, fake notes and terrorism, the move of demonetization was necessary but not sufficient . To make it sufficient, we need to change the looks, actions and words (LAW) of Indians through Good Governance which means SMART & SIMPLE administration based on spiritually guided materialism strategy flowing from Gita. This also calls for adopting sattava as needonomics and shun rajasi tendencies of greedonomics (economics of greed).
Chairman HGPI Mr. Rajnish Bansal has addressed invitees, participants, students and faculty members at the inaugural function of National Conference. He applauded efforts of the Department for organizing conference on such a burning topic. Prof AK Vashishtha, UBS Punjab University, Prof SS Narta, Chairperson, Business Administration, HP University, Prof OP Verma, Commerce Department, HP University and Rajeev Ranjan Roy Senior Editor Daily Post have chaired technical sessions during two days National Conference. Prof NN Sharma Dean Academics, HPTU, was Chief Guest valedictory session at the conference. He majorly focuces on future impacts of demonitisation on Indian economy. He praised the efforts of students and faculty members for organizing conference on such a debatable topic. Prof SK Garg, Dean Academics, HGPI, Prof Gulshan Kumar Director, HIET, Prof Gitanjali Bhatnagar, Director, HIM were present to motivate the presentators and students.