Internship Trainees available from Institute of Management and Development, New Delhi

Institute of Management and Development, New Delhi
Management House, C-46, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase – II, New Delhi – 110020

Dated: 21st May, 2008
Ref.: IMD/Placements/2008/1

For the Kind Attention of:
The Director (H.R.) / Head – Recruitment & Training

Subject: Invitation for Summer Internship and/ or Final Placements of our MBA Student Managers

Sir / Madam,

Greetings from the Institute of Management and Development, New Delhi.

We take this opportunity to introduce Institute of Management and Development, New Delhi, (A+ Ranked B-School) as one of the fastest growing International B-School based in New Delhi, headed by Mr. Abhishek Chaudhary, MBA, AMP (Harvard Business School, USA), EPB (Kellogg School of Management, USA), worked with Nestle India Limited, currently practicing management consultant and member of leading industry organizations like CII and ASSOCHAM, apart from holding top management position in some of the Indian and multinational companies.

The institute under his leadership has always enjoyed special preference of recruiters on account of its excellent performance sustained over a long period of time and its strong brand image.

About our Programme
The Institute believes that it is the combination of its students and its faculty, the academic rigour and all-round development, comprehensive curriculum and the way in which it is delivered – that makes it the Institute of choice for recruiters.

Our 2 year full time Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM + MBA – Dual Qualification and Dual Specialization Programme) is designed to instil innovation, leadership, team work and global focus into its participants and provides a balanced coverage of academic content with industry specific requirements. As a part of our rigorous curriculum our students are exposed to practical training, in the form of ‘Sectoral Study Project‘ (SSP) during their course period, which helps them to co-relate theory with practical aspects of business environment. It is supplemented by projects, seminars, lectures and industrial visits.

From your esteemed organization we are looking forward to:
1) Summer Training and Internship (for the month starting from 1st July, 2008 to 20th August, 2008), and/ or

2) Final Placement of our 2006 – 2008 Batch of Post Graduate Management Students passing out this academic year.
Our student managers possess dual specialization in combination of streams like:
– Marketing,

– Finance,
– Human Resource,
– Information Technology (IT) and
– Retail.

Leading Corporates as Recruiters include Nestle, McKinsey, Citigroup, Hewlett Packard, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Deutsche Bank, Piaggio Motors, Crompton Greaves, CRS Health, HCL Technologies, ICICI Prudential to name a few…

We can assure you that you will find our students hard working, highly committed, knowledgeable and result oriented – An asset to your organization.

We welcome you to Institute of Management and Development, New Delhi.

We would be highly obliged and excited to interact further with you and see you in our campus for placements. You can get in touch with Incharge, Placement Office, Ms. Mala Lawrie directly at 09871661930 or 09871661940 or just mail me at, to schedule campus placement programme.

Thanks and Regards,

Prof. Ashish Kumar
Executive Director & Placement Chairperson
MBA, PGCPM (IIM – Indore);

CAMPUS 1: Management Tower, W – 42, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase – II, New Delhi – 110020
CAMPUS 2: Management House, C – 46, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase – II, New Delhi – 110020

[Interview excerpts of Mr. Ashish Kumar
on previous placements at the Institute]

The Institute tops in Indian B-school rankings 2007 with A+‘ Ranking of all Business School in India, Business India

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