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The Fellow Program in Management (FPM) at IMT Ghaziabad is a full-time doctoral program designed for students, working executives and academicians with strong academic orientation, to undertake rigorous and original research. The program aims to develop outstanding research scholars for careers in academia, research, and consulting for the industry, government and social sector. FPM at IMT Ghaziabad is a four-year program during which scholars will undergo rigorous coursework comprising management courses, area specific courses and advanced courses. FPM program at IMT Ghaziabad is designed to give scholars a meaningful exposure to contemporary issues.
AACSB and NBA accredited institute
AICTE approved full time doctoral program
Experiential research training of international standards
Opportunity for interdisciplinary learnings and research
Duration of the program is 4-5 years
Competitive stipend of INR 60,000 Per month
Full time residential program
Prepares individuals for research, teaching and consulting jobs in the field management
Areas of specialisations
Faculty at IMT G
IMT Ghaziabad holds the rich diversity in the backgrounds of academia as well as corporate experience of faculty which further install in the students a continuous desire to achieve excellence. IMT Ghaziabad has 67 faculty members on its full time role including 06 Adjunct faculty members. 44 faculty members have industry experience, of which 05 Adjunct faculty members have vast experience of top positions in reputed companies. 54 faculty members have experience with academics prior to joining IMT Ghaziabad. 60 faculty members are PhD from top institutes/universities of the country and outside India including 19 from IITs/IIMs.
IMT Ghaziabad provides an excellent ecosystem for research. Generation and dissemination of knowledge is the primary focus of faculty at IMT Ghaziabad. During the last five and half years, our faculty members published 471 papers in national/ international refereed journals, 127 case studies, 62 articles in magazines/ newspapers etc. and 32 book chapters in edited volumes brought out by reputed publishers. Our faculty have authored 01 text book and 01 edited book and 11 other edited volumes, research and adapted books.
IMT Ghaziabad faculty members have presented 239 papers at various conferences and other academic events. They have won 44 awards for various types of contributions in Research, Teaching, etc. IMT Ghaziabad has its interdisciplinary bi-annual research journal, ‘Paradigm’, published by Sage, which is considered as a reputed journal in India and abroad.
Prof. A. Uday Bhaskar
Human Resource Management
Prof. Abhigyan Sarkar
Prof. Amit Sareen
Prof. Amrita Kamalini Bhattacharyya
Economic Environment and Policy
Prof. Poonam Garg
Information Technology Management
Prof. Sandip Mukhopadhyay
Prof. Santosh Shrivastav
Prof. Ratri Parida
Prof. Surajit Bag
Prof. Neharika Sobti
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION
- Marketing Management
- Operations Management
- Human Resource Management
- Financial Management
- Business Analytics
- Economic Environment and Policy
- Information Technology Management
- Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Business Communication
|Abhigyan Sarkar||A*||Ranjan, J., Foropon, C., Sarkar, J. G., & Sarkar, A. (2022). Corrigendum to “Big data analytics in building the competitive intelligence of organizations” [International Journal of Information Management 56 (2021) 102231]. International Journal of Information Management, 65(August). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2022.102512|
|Juhi Gahlot Sarkar||A*||Ranjan, J., Foropon, C., Sarkar, J. G., & Sarkar, A. (2022). Corrigendum to “Big data analytics in building the competitive intelligence of organizations” [International Journal of Information Management 56 (2021) 102231]. International Journal of Information Management, 65(August). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2022.102512|
|Rakesh Kumar Singh||A*||Itani, O. S., Kalra, A., Chaker, N. N., & Singh, R. K. (2021). “Because you are a part of me”: Assessing the effects of salesperson social media use on job outcomes and the moderating roles of moral identity and gender. Industrial Marketing Management, 98(October), 283-298.|
|Sita Mishra||A*||Mishra, S., & Malhotra, G. (2021). The gamification of in-game advertising: Examining the role of psychological ownership and advertisement intrusiveness. International Journal of Information Management, 61(December), 1-13.|
|Surajit Bag||A*||Bag, S., Gupta, S., Srivastava, G., Sivarajah, U., & Kumar, A. (2022). Impact of ethics training and audits on the relationship quality of business-to-business partners in sharing economy. Industrial Marketing Management, 107(November), 120–133.|
|Abhishek||A||Parida, B., Taylor, C. R., & Abhishek (2022). Roadblock Advertising In the Digital Context: Does Paying to Limit Competing Messages Pay Off?. Journal of Advertising Research, 62(3), 271-288.|
|Deepa Halder||A||Halder, D., Pradhan, D., & Chaudhuri, H. R. (2021). Forty-five years of celebrity credibility and endorsement literature: Review and learnings. Journal of Business Research, 125(March), 397–415.|
|Garima Saxena||A||Mishra, S., Saxena, G., & Chatterjee, R. (2022). Battle between psychological ownership and consumer animosity to influence consumers’ buying behavior: a moderated mediation model. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, Vol. ahead-of-print Issue ahead-of-print. http://doi.org/10.1108/APJML-12-2021-0884|
|Neha Srivastava||A||Srivastava, N., Mishra, A., & Dwivedi, Y. K. (2022). Investigating Antecedents of Adoption Intention for Audiobook Applications. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 62(4), 765-777.|
|Sandip Mukhopadhyay||A||Mukhopadhyay, S., & Whalley, J. (2022). The emergence and evolution of a disruptive platform ecosystem: evidence from the Indian mobile services industry. Electronic Markets, 32, 669–686. http://doi.org/10.1007/s12525-021-00495-y|
|Sapna Popli||A||Popli, S., Dass, S., Aggarwal, A., & Chakraborty, A. (2022). A customer experience lens for higher education in India using journey mapping and experience quality. Studies in Higher Education, Vol. Published Online Issue Published Online. http://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2022.2145464|
|Subhojit Sengupta||A||Mukherjee, S., Srivastava, A., Datta, B., & Sengupta, S. (2022). Impact of political marketing strategies on the BOP voters in India. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 40(8), 994-1009.|
|Tapas Ranjan Moharana||A||Pradhan, D., Moharana, T. R., & Malik, G. (2023). Influence of celebrity, destination and tourist personality on destination attachment and revisit intention: Moderating roles of endorsement embeddedness, destination crowding, and gender. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 27(March), 1-19.|
|Tripti Ghosh Sharma||A||Hollebeek, L. D., Sharma, T. G., Pandey, R., Sanyal, P., & Clark, M. K. (2022). Fifteen years of customer engagement research: a bibliometric and network analysis. Journal of Product & Brand Management, 31(2), 293-309.|
|Gunjan Malhotra||A*||Mishra, S., & Malhotra, G. (2021). The gamification of in-game advertising: Examining the role of psychological ownership and advertisement intrusiveness. International Journal of Information Management, 61(December), 1-13.|
|Gunjan Malhotra||A||Malhotra, G. (2022). Consumer retention in two-wheeler industry: a moderated mediation model. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 34(8), 1681-1701.|
|Arindam Debroy||A||Das, D., Sarkar, A., & Debroy, A. (2022). Impact of COVID-19 on changing consumer behaviour: Lessons from an emerging economy. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 46(3), 692-715.|
|Kampan Mukherjee||A||Chakraborty, K., Mukherjee, K., Mondal, S., & Mitra, S. (2021). A systematic literature review and bibliometric analysis based on pricing related decisions in remanufacturing. Journal of Cleaner Production, 310(August), 1-17.|
|Kampan Mukherjee||A||Sanguri, K., & Mukherjee, K. (2021). Forecasting of intermittent demands under the risk of inventory obsolescence. Journal of Forecasting, 40(6), 1054–1069.|
|Kaustov Chakraborty||A||Kushwaha, S., Chan, F. T., Chakraborty, K., & Pratap, S. (2022). Collection and remanufacturing channels selection under a product take-back regulation with remanufacturing target. International Journal of Production Research, 60(24), 7384-7410.|
|Kaustov Chakraborty||A||Chakraborty, K., Mukherjee, K., Mondal, S., & Mitra, S. (2021). A systematic literature review and bibliometric analysis based on pricing related decisions in remanufacturing. Journal of Cleaner Production, 310(August), 1-17.|
|Ratri Parida||A||Saha, E., Rathore, P., Parida, R., & Rana, N. P. (2022). The interplay of emerging technologies in pharmaceutical supply chain performance: An empirical investigation for the rise of Pharma 4.0. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 181(August). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2022.121768|
|Ratri Parida||A||Jaipuria, S., Parida, R., & Ray, P. (2021). The impact of COVID-19 on tourism sector in India. Tourism Recreation Research, 46(2), 245-260.|
|Rohit Sindhwani||A||Sindhwani, R., Jayaram, J., & Saddikuti, V. (2022). Ripple effect mitigation capabilities of a hub and spoke distribution network: an empirical analysis of pharmaceutical supply chains in India. International Journal of Production Research, Vol. Published Online Issue Published Online. http://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2022.2098073|
|A. Uday Bhaskar||FT 50||Bhaskar, A. U., Baruch, Y., & Gupta, S. (2022). Drivers of Career Success among the Visually Impaired: Improving career inclusivity and sustainability in a career ecosystem. Human Relations, Vol. Published Online Issue Published Online. http://doi.org/10.1177/00187267221103529|
|Richa Saxena||A*||Briscoe, J. P., …Saxena, R.,… Zikic, J. (2021). Here, there, & everywhere: Development and validation of a cross-culturally representative measure of subjective career success. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 130(October), 1-23.|
|A. Uday Bhaskar||A||Baruch, Y., Bhaskar, A. U., & Mishra, B. (2020). Career dynamics in India: A two-wave study of career orientations and employability of graduates. Personnel Review, 49(3), 825-845.|
|Swati Ghulyani||A||Tripathi, V. R., Popli, M., Ghulyani, S., Desai, S., & Gaur, A. (2021). Knowledge creation practices at organizational boundaries: the role of ICT in sickle-cell care for tribal communities. Journal of Knowledge Management, 25(3), 595-617.|
|Bindu Gupta||A||Dhoopar, A., Sihag, P., & Gupta, B. (2023). Antecedents and measures of organizational effectiveness: A systematic review of literature. Human Resource Management Review, 33(1), 1-19.|
|Nidhi Yadav||A||Bhaskar, A. U., Mishra, B., Yadav, N., & Sinha, P. (2022). Who uses deceptive impression management to succeed at job interviews? The role of ethical ideologies and work locus of control. International Journal of Manpower, Vol. ahead-of-print Issue ahead-of-print. http://doi.org/10.1108/IJM-08-2021-0503|
|Richa Saxena||A||Kase, R., …Saxena, R., …Zhangfeng, F. (2020). Career success schemas and their contextual embeddedness: A comparative configurational perspective. Human Resource Management Journal, 30(3), 422-440.|
|Ashish Varma||A*||Lardo, A., Corsi, K., Varma, A., & Mancini, D. (2022). Exploring blockchain in the accounting domain: a bibliometric analysis. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 35(9), 204-233.|
|Ritesh Pandey||A*||Bamel, U. K., Pandey, R., & Gupta, A. (2020). Safety climate: Systematic literature network analysis of 38 years (1980-2018) of research. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 135(February), 1-16.|
|Hardeep Singh Mundi||A||Mundi, H. S. (2022). CEO social capital and capital structure complexity. Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Finance, 35(September). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbef.2022.100719|
|Neharika Sobti||A||Sehgal, S., Sobti, N., & Diesting, F. (2021). Who leads in intraday gold price discovery and volatility connectedness: Spot, futures, or exchange-traded fund?. The Journal of Futures Markets, 41(7), 1092-1123.|
|Neharika Sobti||A||Sobti, N., Sehgal, S., & Ilango, B. (2021). How do macroeconomic news surprises affect round-the-clock price discovery of gold?. International Review of Financial Analysis, 78(November). http://doi.org/10.1016/j.irfa.2021.101893|
|Ashish Varma||B||Varma, A., Mancini, D., Dalela, A. A., & Varma, A. (2022). Online accounting courses: digital loyalty for an inclusive and open society. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, Vol. ahead-of-print Issue ahead-of-print. http://doi.org/10.1108/JICES-07-2021-0076|
|Ashish Varma||B||Varma, A., Piedepalumbo, P., & Mancini, D. (2021). Big Data and Accounting: A Bibliometric Study. The International Journal of Digital Accounting Research, 21( -), 203-238.|
|Barnali Chaklader||B||Chaklader, B., & Padmapriya, B. (2021). Impact of cash surplus on firm’s capital structure: validation of pecking order theory. Managerial Finance, 47(12), 1801-1816.|
|Santosh Kumar Shrivastav||A||Jadiyappa, N., & Shrivastava, S. K. (2022). Bankruptcy law, creditors’ rights, and cash holdings: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment in India. Finance Research Letters, 46(May), 1-7.|
|Santosh Kumar Shrivastav||A||Jadiyappa, N., Shrivastava, S. K., & Ghalke, A. (2022). Social responsibility, moral hazard, and collateral requirement: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment in India. International Review of Finance, Vol. Published Online Issue Published Online. http://doi.org/10.1111/irfi.12378|
|Santosh Kumar Shrivastav||A||Jadiyappa, N., Joseph, A., Sisodia, G., Krishnankutty, R., & Shrivastava, S. K. (2021). Corporate social responsibility and cash holdings in India: Evidence from a natural experiment. Finance Research Letters, 39(March), 1-9.|
|Santosh Kumar Shrivastav||A||Jadiyappa, N., Sisodia, G., Joseph, A., Shrivastava, S. K., & Jyothi, P. (2021). Creditors’ governance, information asymmetry and debt diversification: evidence from India. International Journal of Managerial Finance, 17(2), 282-302.|
|Sapna Tyagi||C||Sharma, J., Shrivastava, S. K., & Tyagi, S. (2022). Factors determining COVID-19 vaccine acceptance: an empirical investigation from India. Advances and Applications in Statistics, 79, 25-54. http://doi.org/10.17654/0972361722058|
|Kasturi Das||A*||Mehling, M. A., Asselt, H. V., Das, K., Droege, S., & Verkuijl, C. (2019). Designing Border Carbon Adjustments for Enhanced Climate Action. American Journal of International Law, 113(3), 433-481.|
|Amrita Kamalini Bhattacharyya||A||Mukherjee, V., & Bhattacharyya, A. K. (2021). Market competition, relocation and lobbying. Economics & Politics, 33(2), 343-356.|
|Manas Paul||A||Kumar, A., Paul, M., & Upadhyay, P. (2021). From Physical Food Security to Digital Food Security. Delivering value through blockchain. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, 33(2), 137-180.|
|V. J. Sebastian||A||Gupta, R., Pandey, R., & Sebastian, V. J. (2021). International Entrepreneurial Orientation (IEO): A bibliometric overview of scholarly research. Journal of Business Research, 125(March), 74-88.|
|Manas Paul||B||Paul, M., Upadhyay, P., & Dwivedi
, Y. K. (2020). Roadmap to digitalisation of an emerging economy: a viewpoint. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 14(3), 401-415.
|Ratna Vadra||B||Vadra, R. (2022). Mint Next Emerging Market. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 26(1 (Special Issue)), 1-13.|
|Subhajit Bhattacharyya||B||Kumar, A., Shrivastava, S. K., & Bhattacharyya, S. (2022). Measuring strategic fit using big data analytics in the automotive supply chain: a data source triangulation-based research. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Vol. ahead-of-print Issue ahead-of-print. http://doi.org/10.1108/IJPPM-11-2021-0672|
|Poonam Garg||A*||Garg, P., Gupta, B., Dzever, S., Sivarajah, U., & Kumar, V. (2020). Examining the Relationship between Social Media Analytics Practices and Business Performance in the Indian Retail and IT Industries: The Mediation Role of Customer Engagement. International Journal of Information Management, 52(June), 1-11.|
|Susmi Routray||A*||Choudhary, P. K., Routray, S., Upadhyay, P., & Pani, A. K. (2022). Adoption of enterprise mobile systems – An alternative theoretical perspective. International Journal of Information Management, 67(December), 1-14.|
|Poonam Garg||A||Garg, P., Gupta, B., Chauhan, A. K., Sivarajah, U., Gupta, S., & Modgil, S. (2021). Measuring the Perceived Benefits of Implementing Blockchain Technology in the Banking Sector. Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 163(February), 1-18.|
|Poonam Garg||C||Sar, A., & Garg, P. (2022). Development of an instrument for risk factors of ERP implementation in Indian manufacturing sector. International Journal of Business Information Systems, 39(1), 133-156.|
|Reema Khurana||C||Khurana, R. (2021). Jio Fiber: disrupting the digital market in India. Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research, 23(2), 115-138.|
|Vinayak Ram Tripathi||A||Tripathi, V. R., Popli, M., & Gaur, A. (2022). Spirituality meets science: Impact of founders’ imprint on healthcare practices for marginal communities in India. Journal of Business Research, 138(January), 311-323.|
|Vinayak Ram Tripathi||A||Tripathi, V. R., Jha, H. K., Popli, M., Shah, P., & Desai, G. (2021). Clinic, community, and in-between: the influence of space on real-time translation of medical expertise by frontline healthcare professionals in marginal tribal communities. Journal of Professions and Organization, 8(3), 273-294.|
|Vinayak Ram Tripathi||A||Tripathi, V. R., Popli, M., Ghulyani, S., Desai, S., & Gaur, A. (2021). Knowledge creation practices at organizational boundaries: the role of ICT in sickle-cell care for tribal communities. Journal of Knowledge Management, 25(3), 595-617.|
|Rakesh Gupta||A||Gupta, R., Pandey, R., & Sebastian, V. J. (2021). International Entrepreneurial Orientation (IEO): A bibliometric overview of scholarly research. Journal of Business Research, 125(March), 74-88.|
|Nihar Amoncar||B||Akbar, M. B., Singh, L., Deshpande, S., & Amoncar, N. (2022). COVID-19 vaccine perceptions among South Asian communities in the UK: An application of the theory of planned behavior. Health Marketing Quarterly, Vol. Published Online Issue Published Online. http://doi.org/10.1080/07359683.2022.2092325|
|Nivisha Singh||B||Singh, N., Pandey, R., Gupta, R., Biswas, B., & Gupta, S. (2022). Reverse knowledge transfer: making sense of two decades of academic research. VINE Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, Vol. ahead-of-print Issue ahead-of-print. http://doi.org/10.1108/VJIKMS-08-2021-0155|
|Shalini Rahul Tiwari||B||Mishra, S., Malhotra, G., & Tiwari, S. R. (2021). Moderating effect of cognitive conflict on the relationship between value consciousness and online shopping cart abandonment. The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 31(5), 511-530.|
|Bhavna Bhalla||A||Sharma, K. K., Israel, D., & Bhalla, B. (2021). Does Previous work experience matter in students’ learning in higher project management education?. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 28(1), 424-450.|
|Shailja Agarwal||A||Agarwal, S., Pandey, R., Kumar, S., Lim, W. M., Agarwal, P. K., & Malik, A. (2023). Workplace incivility: A retrospective review and future research agenda. Safety Science, 158(February), 1-19.|
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I am freshman, recently exposed to the Fellow Program in Management in the Institute of Management Technology. My domain of interest is Operations Management. In my very short tenure, my experience was astounding. The structure in IMT is highly organized in research, academic and all the other forms. The rigour on research is quite high and there is an abundance of resources. The course structure for this course is quite comprehensive and it is delivered by a group of highly experienced faculties, who not help us in academia but also help us in figuring out other aspects of life. A blend of discipline based courses along with general management courses provides with an overview of this entire subject as well as strongholds our area of interest. The main attraction is the literature-rich library with all sorts of journals, books and magazines. Direct access to statistical databases has also been provided for additional benefits. The hostel and mess facilities are at par. To sum it up, I have embarked into an interesting journey so far.
The FPM Program at IMT prepares research scholars for the journey right from the first moment. The two-year of rigorous coursework gives a complete grasp of research as well as the necessary assistance for developing required abilities in a chosen area of specialty. The faculty support is the finest thing I have here since they are always willing to help and advise me with any of my ideas or work. In addition, the institute has supplied all the enhanced facilities as well as access to a rich collection of journals and research databases.
Engaging learning environment
- CFD research presentation- Prof. Juhi Gahlot Sarkar, August, 2022
- CFD research presentation – Prof. Juhi Gahlot Sarkar and Prof Abhigyan Sarkar, August, 2022
- CFD workshop presentation- Prof. Barnali Chaklader, August, 2022
- CFD Expert Talk Series – Experiments in social science research,Dr. Sathyaprakash Balaji Makam , Jan
- CFD Expert Talk Series- Professor Charlie Wang, Marketing, Professor, Pompea College of Business, University of New Haven, USA , Jan
- CFD Expert talk Series – Prof. Peter Naude, Topic: How to write a journal article
- CFD workshop presentation- Prof. Barnali Chaklader
- CFD Expert talk Series – Prof. Peter Naude, Topic: How to write a journal article, May, 2022
- FDP workshop on “Multivariate Data Analysis using AMOS” by Prof. Amit Shankar (Sept 2022).
- Workshop on Tableau and PowerBI, March
- Workshop on Elsevier,April
- Workshop on WARC,April
- Offline Workshop on “Publishing in Top Journals” By Prof. Yogesh K. Dwivedi , April
- Workshop on the EBSCO databases
- Workshop on Experiential Learning and Gamification of an Educational Course.
- Workshop on beyond concept and cases.
- Online Training workshop on CRISIL Industry research Online Training Workshop on ACE Knowledge Portal Database Bargaining and Timing of Information Acquisition- Dr Kalyan Chaterjee
- Workshop on “The Art of Writing 7 Types of Literature Reviews” by Prof. Justin Paul (Ph.D.)
- Workshop on Experiential Learning and Gamification of an Educational Course, May, 2022
- Passive income generation and asset allocation- Arpit arora
- Financial Stability: Why is it Important? – Mr. Ayyappan Nair
- Behavioral finance in portfolio management- Mr. Gaurav Awasthi
- Attended offline interaction with keynote speaker Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao
- Attended keynote speakers’ session in ICESCO conference (July 25, 2022)
- Research interaction with Prof. Dubey on Organizational theories
- Online Session on How to Do Relevant Research: Part 1 with Dr Phil Mirvis, Dr Susan Mohrman and Prof Chris Worley.
- Online Session on From Theory to Theorizing with Prof Santi Furnari and Prof Joep Cornelissen, Organized by Dr Ibrat.
- Online Session :How to Do Relevant Research – part 2 with Dr Susan Mohrman, Prof Chris Worley and Prof John Boudreau.
- Theory crisis in management research with Prof Matthew A. Cronin (George Mason University)
- Seminar by Prof. Tazeeb Rizwani, University of Surrey, December 3, 2021
- Session on reviewing manuscript at INDAM Session Title: Acing the art of review: Rendezvous with the editorial team of the South Asian Journal of Human Resources Management (SAJHRM), Jan
- Grammarly Training – Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad, 18th April, 2022
- Digital technology and international entry modes: New trends, databases and research areas, 1st April, 2022
- Mixed Methods Research: Speaker: Dr Nawar Chaker, Time: Feb 11, 2022 07:30 PM
- 360 degree view on research management and academic journal publishing on November 12, 2021
- Expert Series Talk – Dr. Amitav Chakravarti Professor – The Publication Process in Marketing: What Gets Published (or Rejected) & Why?, January 28, 2022
- Expert Series Talk – Dr. Sathyaprakash Balaji Makam – Experiments in Social Science research – January 27, 2022
- Expert Series Talk – Prof. Charles Wang – Meaningful Research: Misconceptions around ‘Contributions’ and Increasing Value of Research, Jan 11, 2022
- Research Mentoring Programme 2022 organised by Sabargamuwa University of Srilanka in association with Emerald Publishing and Gulf Medical University.
The FPM program at IMT Ghaziabad provides students with numerous opportunities to build a career in academics as faculty members and research professionals/analysts. IMT Ghaziabad, a premier management institute provides one of the best financial stipends to FPM scholars. The FPM program at IMT G is a fully financial aided program which enables the participants to take care of their needs during their research journey and encourages them to pursue their prospective career/s. The stipend paid by IMT G is for a period of four years from the date of joining the program. IMT Ghaziabad offers full time residential mode of study for the FPM scholars.
The scholars enrolled in FPM program are paid monthly stipend of INR 60,000/-.
Life at IMT G
The diversity options inside IMT’s classrooms is mirrored by the spectrum of opportunities outside the class. These events and activities form a valuable part of the training and research at IMT. Moreover, the well-manicured green lawns in the campus refreshes you throughout your stay with a location proximity to capital of India that gives access to ample of retail shops and other facilities. IMT Ghaziabad has a good connectivity with Delhi through metro and other public transport facilities. Library and Computer Labs are open 24X7, to provide the best study support. Characteristics of campus:
- Strategically located campus around financial, IT and business hub
- A fully functional and hygienic mess area serving 4 meals a day
- 24×7 canteen and café stall to satisfy refreshment needs
- Guest-house to host campus guests including visiting professors and industry mentors
- Wi-Fi enabled to ensure seamless learning and uninterrupted communication.
- Extensive Collection of about 45000 books and 10000 journals in IMT Ghaziabad’s library
Post completing the FPM program in management, most of the doctoral students get opportunities to explore their career as Associate professors or assistant professors. An academic career revolves around research, writing and publishing; teaching and instruction; coaching and mentoring students; and consulting with industry, business, government, etc. The academic career also broadens the scope of networking through conferences where they can discuss their research work.
Doctorates are in high demand in industries and corporate world because of immense research work required in the era of competition and innovation. Due to proficiency in quantitative skills, a number of doctorates get an opportunity to explore in the areas of equity research and financial modelling firms. Moreover, their areas of specialisations give them a good scope in management verticals like marketing, strategy, finance etc.
Eligibility, Selection Process and Admission Cycles
Master’s degree or equivalent in any discipline (minimum 60%) OR
Five-year integrated Master’s Degree Program in any discipline (minimum 60%) OR
A graduate degree with a professional qualification-CA/CMA/CS
Test scores of CAT/GMAT/GRE/UGC-NET *
The Cut-offs for the qualifying examinations should be within the range mentioned below:
- CAT 2022- 75 percentile
- GMAT – 500 and above, last 5 years scores will be considered (June 1 2018- May 31 2023)
- GRE – 260 overall out of 340 marks (excluding Analytical section). (last 5 years scores will be considered (June 1 2018- May 31 2023)
- NET – Qualified and having a percentile of 90 OR percentage of 90 and above. In case of scores, the same is to be converted to percentage. 90% or above to be considered (exam taken from Year 2021 onwards is considered valid). In case candidate is planning to take the test in 2023 and applied before taking the test, conditional offer will be generated subject to candidate scoring minimum score/percentile/percentage cut offs. UGC NET 2023 is being conducted from Feb 21- March 10 2023..
- Candidates with less than the above-mentioned cut-off score will be considered disqualified and will not be called for the interview.
- Candidates applying to the FPM program should not exceed 45 years of age as on March 31, 2023
- Candidates who are in the final year of their Master’s program, will be allowed to join the program provisionally subject to the submission of a certificate, issued on or before September 30, 2023, from the head of the institution stating that he/she has completed all requirements for obtaining the degree. Their admission will be confirmed only when they submit the mark sheets, and a certificate of having passed the master’s/equivalent qualification referred to in the certificate issued by their college/institutes. The deadline for submission of mark sheet and the certificate is December 31, 2023.
|Applications Open||January 5, 2023|
|Admission Phases||Application closes||Interviews||Results out|
|Phase 1||Feb 28, 2023||March 18, 2023||March 31, 2023|
|Phase 2||March 25, 2023||April 1, 2023||April 15, 2023|
|Phase 3||April 10, 2023||April 15, 2023||April 30, 2023|
|Phase 4||April 30, 2023||May 5, 2023||May 15, 2023|
|Phase 5||May 15, 2023||TBD||TBD|
|Phase 6||May 27, 2023||May 30, 2023||June 5/6, 2023|
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