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The following information shall be given in the information Brochure besides being hosted on the Institution’s official Website.

The onus of the authenticity of the information lies with the Institution ONLY and not on AICTE.

1. Name of the Institution Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management Pragathi Nagar, Hyderabad – 90 040-23044901
director@vjim.edu.in
2. Name and address of the Society Vignana Jyothi H.No.7-1-4, Begumpet Hyderabad – 16 040-23740538
3. Name and Address of the Director Dr. Ch. S. Durga Prasad
Director
040-23044951
director@vjim.edu.in
4. Name of the affiliating University N.A.
5. Governance
·         Members of the board and their brief background weblink1
·         Members of Academic Advisory Board weblink2
·         Frequently of the Board Meeting and Academic Advisory Board Half yearly
·         Organizational Chart and Processes weblink3
·         Nature and Extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements Faculty  are the members of  Governing Council, Academic Advisory Body, Academic Council and  internal Academic Administrative committees.

Students are the members of various clubs & committees of VJIM.

·         Mechanism/ Norms and Procedure for democratic/ good Governance Faculty members are the  representatives of the Governing Council, Academic Advisory Body and Academic Council. weblink1 &  weblink2
·         Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/ Faculty performance ·   Students feedback on faculty performance will be  taken at the end of every trimester.

·   Exit survey related to all aspects of the Institute is conducted for the outgoing batch at the end of the program.

·   The Governing Council members interact with the students and take feedback.

·         Grievance Redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students A Grievance Redressal Committee has consisted for faculty, staff and students’ grievances.
·         Establishment of Anti Ragging Committee An Anti-Ragging Committee has been constituted  to addresses the complaints related to ragging.
·         Establishment of Online Grievance Redressal Mechanism Yes. Weblink 4
·         Establishment of Grievance Redressal Committee in the Institution and Appointment of OMBUDSMAN by the University A Grievance Redressal Committee has consisted for faculty, staff, and students’ grievances.
·         Establishment of Internal Complaint Committee (ICC) Internal Complaint Committee has been established.
·         Establishment of Committee for SC/ST Committee for SC/ST has been established.
·         Internal Quality Assurance Cell An IQAC committee has been constituted  for monitoring academic quality.
6. Programmes
·         Name of Programmes approved by AICTE PGDM and PGDM (General)
·         Name of Programmes Accredited by NBA PGDM
·         Status of Accreditation of the Courses Last Accredited in 2018
Ø  Total number of Courses Two (2)
Ø  No. of Courses for which applied for Accreditation One
Ø  Status of Accreditation – Preliminary/ Applied for SAR and results awaited/ Applied for SAR and visits completed/ Results of the visits awaited/ Rejected/ Approved for Courses (specify the number of courses) NBA Accreditation  is valid till  30.06.2022.

Submitted application for re-accreditation in June 2021. Awaiting PRT visit.

For each Programme the following details are to be given (Preferably in Tabular form):

 

Name PGDM PGDM – General
Number of seats 180 60
Duration 2 yrs. 2 yrs.
Cut off marks/rank of admission during the last three years CAY:481.50

CAY-1:501         CAY-2: 482

CAY: 481.50

CAY-1:501

CAY-2: 482

Fee Rs.7,50,000/- Rs.7,50,000/-
Placement Facilities Yes Yes
Campus placement in last three years average salary CAY:5.2lacs

CAY-1:5.1lacs    CAY-2: 4.9lacs

CAY:5.2lacs   CAY-1:5.1lacs    CAY-2: 4.9lacs
Campus placement in last three years maximum salary CAY:8lacs

CAY-1:8lacs    CAY-2:9.75lacs

CAY:8lacs

CAY-1:8lacs    CAY-2:9.75lacs

Campus placement in last three years minimum  salary CAY:3lacs

CAY-1:3lacs    CAY-2:3.1lacs

CAY:3lacs

CAY-1:3lacs    CAY-2:3.1lacs

·         Name and duration of Programme(s) having Twinning and Collaboration with Foreign University(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is Foreign Collaboration, give the following details: N.A.
·         Details of the Foreign University N.A.
Ø  Accreditation status of the Institution in its Home Country N.A.
Ranking of the Institution in the Home Country N.A.
Ø  Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian Degree? If yes, the name of the agency which has approved equivalence. If no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in India and abroad and job both within and outside the country N.A.
Ø  Nature of Collaboration N.A.
Ø  Conditions of Collaboration N.A.
Ø  Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of Collaboration N.A.
·         For each Programme Collaborated provide the following: N.A.
Ø  Programme Focus N.A.
Ø  Number of seats N.A.
Ø  Admission Procedure N.A.
Ø  Fee (as approved by the state government) N.A.
Ø  Placement Facility N.A.
Ø  Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary N.A.
Ø  Whether the Collaboration Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/Foreign University has applied to AICTE for approval NA
7. Faculty
·         Course/Branch wise list Faculty members: PGDM and PGDM (General)
Ø  Permanent Faculty 30
Ø  Adjunct Faculty 5
Ø  Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio 1:13
Ø  Number of Faculty employed and left during the last three years 13, 12
8. Profile of Director & Faculty Weblink5
9. Fee
·         Details of Fee, as approved by State Fee Committee, for the Institution Rs.7,50,000/- (Total fee for two years)
Time schedule for payment of Fee for the entire Programme
 

Admission fee Rs.50,000/-
Instalment 1 Rs.2,50,000/-
Instalment 2 Rs.2,50,000/-
Instalment 3 Rs.2,00,000/-
·         No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students
Number of scholarship offered by the Institution, duration and amount:
 

Year Name of the scheme Number of students benefited by  the institution’s schemes and amount
Number of students Amount (Rs.)
2020-21 Meritorial Scholarships 35 12,00,000/-
Term Scholarships 20 12,50,000/-
2019-20 Meritorial Scholarships 70 39,50,000/-
Term Scholarships 20 12,50,000/-
2018-19 Meritorial Scholarships 19 7,75,000/-
Term Scholarships 20 12,50,000/-
Criteria for Fee waivers/scholarship
1.      Merit Scholarships: Four toppers of the each trimester are awarded 50% of the trimester fees as merit scholarships.

 

2.      Entry level Scholarships: Based on the composite score of the institute’s admission process the following entry level scholarship are awarded.

·      90% & above – Rs 1,00,000/-

·      85% to 89.9% – Rs 75,000/-

·      80% to 84.9% – Rs 50,000/-

·      75% to 74.9% – Rs 25,000/-

·         Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels Rs.1,10,000/- per year
·         Any other fee please specify (Caution deposit) Rs.10,000/-(Refundable)
10. Admission
·         Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval PGDM: 180

PGDM(General): 60

 

S.No. Program Name Year of Start Intake at the start of    the

program

Increase in intake, if  any (from

the start)

Year of increase AICTE Approval
1. PGDM 1993 60 F.No. 40-20/BII/BOS (M) /94-23056

Dated: 31st March 1994

60 2008 F. No. 431/40-20/ET- APR (M) 94

Dated: 31st-July-2009

60 2013 F. No. South-Central/1- 1366471132/2013/EOA

Dated: 6th April 2013

2. PGDM – General 2011 60 F. No. South- Central/1- 491353541/2011/EOA Dated: 07.09.2011
·         Number of Students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years CAY: 180   CAY1:199  CAY2: 240
A.Y. Course General OBC SC P.H. Others Total
2020-21 PGDM 126 49 5 0 0 180
PGDM-Gen 0 0 0 0 0 0
2019-20 PGDM 126 49 5 0 0 180
PGDM-Gen 13 3 3 0 0 19
2018-19 PGDM 177 0 0 1 3 180
PGDM-Gen 60 0 0 0 0 60
•     Number of applications received during last

two years for admission under Management

Quota and number admitted

N.A. There is no management quota for admissions.
11. Admission Procedure
·         Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency/State Admission Authorities and its URL (website) MAT/CAT/XAT/ATMA/CMAT
·         Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidate separately (AIEEE/ CET (State conducted test/ University tests/ CMAT/ GPAT)/ Association conducted test etc.) N.A. There are no seats allotted based on entrance tests.
·         Calendar for admission against Management/ vacant seats:
ØLast date of request for applications 31.08.2021
ØLast date of submission of applications 31.08.2021
ØDates for announcing final results 31.08.2021
ØRelease of admission list (main list and waiting list shall be announced on the same day) 31.08.2021
ØDate for acceptance by the candidate (time given shall in no case be less than 15days) 11.09.2021
ØLast date for closing of admission 31.08.2021
ØStarting of the Academic session 13.09.2021
ØThe waiting list shall be activated only on the expiry of date of main list Waiting list will be activated only on the expiry of date of main list
ØThe policy of refund of the Fee, in case of withdrawal, shall be clearly notified The institute follows AICTE norms for refund of fees. A candidate can apply to the institute for seat cancellation and can claim full Fee refund by the last date and the institute is liable to refund the fee in full within 7 days from the date of submission of the Application at the institute.
12. Criteria and Weightages for Admission
·         Describe each criterion with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc. Weightages to:

1. Marks in Class X-2%;

2. Marks in Class XII-3%;

3. Marks in Graduation-5%;

4.Test Score-60%;

5. Personal Interview-25%;

6. Diversity: 5%

·         Mention the minimum Level of acceptance, if any Bachelor’s degree from a UGC recognized university with min. 50% marks (45% in case of SC/ST)
·         Mention the cut-off Levels of percentage and percentile score of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years CAY:51.72  CAY-1: 55.72   CAY-2: 54.63
·         Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted Yes.
13. List of Applicants
·         List of candidate whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentages core for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidate who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats (merit wise) No separate lists are prepared for open and management quota seats.
14. Results of Admission Under Management seats/Vacant seats No separate Management Quota
·         Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profile of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over) N.A.
·         Score of the individual candidate admitted arranged in order or merit N.A.
·         List of candidate who have been offered admission N.A.
·         Waiting list of the candidate in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidate N.A.
·         List of the candidate who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list N.A.
15. Information of Infrastructure and Other Resources Available
·         Number of Class Rooms and size of each 10
 

S. No. Room No. Room type Carpet area (in m2)
1 A105 Classroom 66.00
2 A106 Classroom 74.64
3 A201 Classroom 74.64
4 A204 Classroom 82.32
5 B101 Classroom 103.22
6 B103 Classroom 103.33
7 B201 Classroom 103.22
8 B205 Classroom 103.22
9 B301 Classroom 103.22
10 B405 Classroom 103.22
·         Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each 2
S. No. Room No. Room type Carpet area (in m2)
1 A103 Tutorial Room 66.00
2 A203 Tutorial Room 64.00

 

 

·         Number of Laboratories and size of each N.A.
·         Number of Drawing Halls with capacity of each 7 (812 Sq. mts.)
·         Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each 1 (266 Sq. mts.)

No. of computers: 70

No. of servers: 2

·         Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each 1. All the classrooms are used for conducting examinations.

2. Two rooms (60 Sq.mts) are dedicated for examination cell

Facilities in Examination cell:

1)      Safety lockers

2)      Photocopying machine

3)      Almaries for storing files

4)      Necessary stationery items/ equipments for conducting exams

·         Online examination facility (Number of Nodes, Internet bandwidth, etc.) 70 nodes with Internet Bandwidth of

1 GBPS

·         Barrier Free Built Environment for disabled and elderly persons Yes. The campus is disabled friendly and barrier free.
·         Occupancy Certificate Available.
·         Fire and Safety Certificate Available.
·         Hostel Facilities Available.
 

Total No. of rooms 190
Boys 110
Girls 80
No. of family apartments for married students 6
No. of Faculty Quarters 8 (Single BR – 2, Double BR – 6) bedrooms – 2, Bachelor rooms – 6)
No. of Guest Houses 4 (3 Bedrooms – 1, 2 Bedrooms – 3)
24 hours Security Available
Cloth Washing Facilities Available
Ironing Facility Available
Indoor Sports Table Tennis, Chess, Caroms,

Gymnasium

Outdoor Sports Volleyball, Badminton, Cricket
·         Library
Ø Number of Library books/ Titles/ Journals available(Programme-wise) No. of Volumes: 22290

No. of Titles: 15867

Text books: 2260

Reference books: 15867

National Journals: 44

International Journals:16

Ø List of online National/ International Journals subscribed National Journals: 145

Online International Journals:4000

Ø E- Library facilities Online Databases:

1.      EMERALD Management Extra

2.      ProQuest

3.      EUROMONITOR

4.      CAPITALINE

5.      Sage Online Journals

 

E-books:

1.  ProQuest e-books Central:

(22,293 e-books)

2.    Pearson E-Books: 65 Titles (perpetual access)

Ø National Digital Library(NDL) subscription details Reg. No.: INTGNCIN7EAAJNK

Date of Registration: 22/10/2021

Valid Upto: 22/10/2022

·         Laboratory and Workshop N.A.
Ø List of Major Equipment/Facilities in each Laboratory/Workshop N.A.
Ø List of Experimental Setup in each Laboratory/Workshop

 

 

 

N.A.
·         Computing Facilities
Ø  Internet Bandwidth 1 GBPS
Ø  Number and configuration of System 140 (Core i3 7th Gen, 4 GB Ram, 1 TB HDD)
Ø  Total number of system connected by LAN 140
Ø  Total number of system connected by WAN 140
Ø  Major software packages available Ø Campus Automation Software (Academia)

Ø Office 365

Ø Tally 9.0 Network Edition

Ø Systat 12.0

Ø Adobe Acrobat Professional

Ø Microsoft Dynamics

Ø Share Point

Ø TABLEAU

Ø R – Statistical package

Ø English language software

(Power Lingo)

Ø  Special purpose facilities available (Conduct of online Meetings/Webinars/Workshops, etc.) Available
Ø  Facilities for conduct of classes/courses in online mode (Theory & Practical) Available
Ø  Innovation Cell Yes
Ø  Social Media Cell Yes
Ø  Compliance of the National Academic Depository (NAD), applicable to PGCM/ PGDM Institutions and University Departments Yes
·         List of facilities available
Ø  Games and Sports Facilities Available. The details are shown in the  table below
 

S.No. Games No. of Courts/Tables Size
1 Cricket Ground 1 Standard Size
2 Basket Ball Court 1 Standard Size
3 Football Ground 1 Standard Size
4 Billiards/Pool Tables 4 Standard
5 Table Tennis 4 Standard Size
7 Lawn Tennis Court 1 Standard Size
8 Badminton Court 4 Standard Size
9 Amphi Theater 1 350 students
10 Gymnasium 1 Standard Size

 

 

Ø  Extra-Curricular Activities Extra-curricular activities like Social outreach programs, Kritansh (Annual Sports Meet), Chrysalis (Annual cultural event), Peter F. Drucker All India Debate competition, C.K. Prahalad Memorial National Quiz, Business Conclave, Business Idea Competition, Best Entrepreneurial Idea, etc. are conceptualized and executed exclusively by students with faculty as mentors.
Ø  Soft Skill Development Facilities Career Vision Schooling (CVS), a comprehensive soft skill development program spread across all the trimesters, is an important part of the institute’s contribution to the enhancement of employability skills of its students.

VJIM has a functional Communication Lab which acts as an interactive learning tool and focuses on the language requirements of the students to meet today’s competitive requirements.

·         Teaching Learning Process
Ø  Curricula and syllabus for each of the Programmes as approved by the University N.A. It is a standalone institution. It has a curricula and syllabus approved by Academic Board of the Institution
Ø  Academic Calendar of the University N.A.
Ø  Academic Time Table with the name of the Faculty members handling the Course Available.
Ø  Teaching Load of each Faculty Each faculty teaches six courses (180 hours of teaching)
Ø  Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place Yes.

Internal continuous assessment: 60%

End Trimester examination: 40%

·         Student’s assessment of Faculty, System in place Faculty feedback is collected every year and the feedback system is in place
For each Post Graduate Courses give the following:
Ø  Title of the Course PGDM
Ø  Curricula and Syllabi Available
Ø  Laboratory facilities exclusive to the Post Graduate Course

 

 

 

 

 

N.A.
·         Special Purpose
Ø  Software, all design tools in case Ø Campus Automation Software (Academia)

Ø Office 365

Ø Tally 9.0 Network Edition

Ø Systat 12.0

Ø Adobe Acrobat Professional

Ø Microsoft Dynamics

Ø Share Point

Ø TABLEAU

Ø R – Statistical package

Ø English language software

(Power Lingo)

Ø  Academic Calendar and framework Available
16. Enrolment and placement details of students in the last 3 years
 

S.No. Academic Year Course Students enrolled No. of eligible students No. of students placed Highest Package Offered
1 2018-19 PGDM 180 153 153 Rs.10 lacs
PGDM-General  60  49  49 Rs.6 lacs
2 2019-20 PGDM 180 170 170 Rs.8 lacs
PGDM-General  60  53   22 Rs.7 lacs
3 2020-21 PGDM 180 169 151 Rs.8 lacs
PGDM-General  60 57  42 Rs.7 lacs
17. List of Research Projects/ Consultancy Works
·         Number of Projects carried out, funding agency, Grant received Eight projects were carried out by our faculty in last three years. The total funds received was Rs. 6.9 lacs. .The detailed information is given in the table below:
 

S.No. Name of the faculty Title Organisation
1

 

 

 

Dr. V. Jayashree

Sr. Asst. Prof.

 

Mr. NSNM Kesava Rao

Asst. Prof.

Market research on Atmospheric Water Generators Maithri Aquatech Ltd.
2 Dr. Vinit Vijay Dani

Asso. Prof.

 “Waste management and Social Entrepreneurship” Mahatma Gandhi National Council for Rural Education (MGNCRE), Hyderabad

(Ministry of HRD)

3 Dr. Yamini Meduri

Asst. Prof.

 

Dr. Poonam Jindal Asst. Prof.

“New Normal” & Guidelines for Computing Compensation for Workforce during Covid-19 Pandemic – Frames & Filters Vignana Jyothi
4 Dr. Yamini Meduri

Asst. Prof.

Universal Logistics Standards (ULS)-Regional Universal Logistics Standards Consultations Inspire Consortium-European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO)
5 Dr. Yamini Meduri

Asst. Prof.

Exploring Gender and Diversity in Humanitarian Logistics – Universal Logistics Standards European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (DG ECHO)
6 Dr. Yamini Meduri

Asst. Prof.

Universal Logistics Standards Consultations – Editors (Technical Advisory Group) European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations
7 Dr. N. Padmaja

Asso. Prof.

 

Dr. R. Srinivasa Rao

Asst. Prof.

Statistical Analysis  of Medical Data Sunshine Hospitals, Hyderabad
8 Dr. G. Somayajulu

Professor

Dr. D. Sri Janani

Asso. Prof.

Dr. Richa Pandey

Asst. Prof.

Feasibility Project Report on Shifting VJPS to Gargillapur Vignana Jyothi
·         Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects
·         Industry Linkage Yes.

1)   Industry people are represented in Governing Council, Academic Advisory Body etc.

2)   They are invited for Guest lectures, Seminars, Business Conclaves, Conferences, etc.,

3)   Students work in industry for their SIP projects

·         MoU’s with Industries (minimum3(10)) Available
18. LoA and subsequent EoA till the current Academic Year Weblink6
19.  Accounted audited statement for the last three years Available
20.  Best Practices adopted, if any

 

Best practices adopted by VJIM are:

1) Outcome Based Education (OBE)

2) Career Vision Schooling (CVS)

3) Business News Analysis (BNA)

4) Classroom Pedagogy

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ACCREDITATION STATUS
NBA Accreditation Status PGDM accredited till 2022
SAQs Accreditation Status Accredited till 2025
NAAC Accreditation Status Applying for re accreditation