Alum Dr. Swati Chauhan, Quality Assurance Manager, Piramal Foundation, has built a stable career in healthcare in a short time. The MBA in Pharmaceutical Management, Class of 2012, had a stint with National Urban Health Mission, Rajasthan, before taking on a crucial role with Piramal Foundation.
Working on the aspirational district program as a Quality Manager in the state, she is responsible for ascertaining the project's effectiveness. An expert in quality of national parameters - NAQS for Hospitals- is going places in her career. We are proud of your success Dr. Swati. You are a brilliant ambassador for IIHMR University, Jaipur.
The current pandemic is compelling people to stay indoors but for Angika Mishra, it has given her the opportunity to work and learn. She has just completed her online internship with Roucher Biosciences, a Bangalore-based pharmaceutical company. With this, she has added to her knowledge and made a big leap towards her professionals goals.
The joint initiative by IIHMR University, Jaipur, and Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation (BRLF) to empower tribal girls and transform them into well-groomed professionals has borne exceptional results. Our alum Padambati Bariha, who got placed with Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society, is a glowing testament. The MBA Rural Management Class of 2019 is now working as a Young Professional in the Financial Inclusion Domain. It is making a difference to many other lives in the state. The partnership that was established to give talents from tribal regions of the country a robust platform is undoubtedly making its mark.
Alumnus Prateek Chhajer, a Consultant in IQVIA, is an experienced professional who has been involved in various areas, including forecasting pipeline and marketed products, competitive intelligence, due diligence, and MIDAS data analysis among others. After graduating from IIHMR University, he began his professional journey as a Trainee Analyst at Value Edge before moving to WNS Global Services, Course5i and, finally, to IQVIA.
We’re proud of you, Prateek!
As a pioneering institution in education and research, IIHMR University, Jaipur has been at the forefront of many pivotal studies and publications over the years. Our research focused MBA Hospital and Health Management program offers you the stepping stone for a rewarding career journey. Make the most of the six cutting edge research centres and mentorship from seasoned academics and scholars. You can see your work published in some of the top National and International publications.
Admissions for our research driven MBA-HM program are now open. Last date of admissions is 20th August, while the GD and PI will be held on 25th August. Don’t miss out on the last few seats left, apply now!
Rural India is a vast ecosystem. Nearly 70% of the population lives in villages, making Rural India a market of nearly 900 mn consumers. This sheer size makes it an important target segment for marketers, both Indian and multi-national. Besides the private sector, cooperatives, development agencies, and government entities are also deeply involved in understanding this segment from a marketing perspective.
Rural Marketing is not without its peculiarities and challenges, however. The complexity has only increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To discuss the nuances of Rural Marketing, IIHMR University is organizing a webinar on "Demystifying Rural Marketing During COVID Times: Opportunities & Challenges". The webinar is on August 18, 2020, from 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM, will be an industry-academia collaboration with Mr. Benjamin Mathew, Head of Strategy, MART, and Mr. Anirban Chaudhuri, Marketing Faculty, Great Lakes Institute of Management, Gurgaon coming together to help the audience understand this topic. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Sheenu Jain, Associate Professor, and Marketing Chair - Marketing & Communications at IIHMR University, Jaipur.
Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_z482XcpvS7SlY05RS6-wYg
Future work force, especially in the development sector, needs representation from every remote part of the country. The joint initiative by IIHMR University, Jaipur and Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation (BRLF) to empower tribal girls makes it possible.
Reema Kachap, Gold Medalist, Class of 2020, MBA Rural Management program, benefited from the initiative as it led to her holistic growth and overall transformation. The alum has started her career with Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society as a Young Professional in Financial Inclusion Domain. It’s a strong career beginning for Reema and a giant step forward for empowerment of tribal students towards professional inclusion.
Abhinav Sharma from IIHMR University's MBA Rural Management Class of 2012 has worked in the social sector development field since his MBA from IIHMR. He has built up an impressive track record of contributing towards rural and child development in the state of Rajasthan. Presently, Abhinav is working as Deputy Manager, Operations at Educate Girls in Udaipur, Rajasthan. His work is contributing towards making a real difference and his achievements make IIHMR proud. We look forward to hearing about your continued success.
The inquiry based learning pedagogy at IIHMR University emphasises asking the right questions rather than only rote answering. This promotes a skill set of exploration, research, and pursuit of deep study in students. Rishabh Singh, MBA Healthcare Management from IIHMR University is a proud achiever alumni who has been selected as a Lead in the International Working Group, Health Systems Readiness & Responsiveness of Johns Hopkins University, USA representing the South-East Asia WHO Region. He credits the pedagogy at IIHMR University for his achievements.
Prof. Ratna Verma, Assistant Professor, School of Development Studies at IIHMR University, Jaipur, is a force to be reckoned with in Social Development. She has over 15 years of experience guiding Rural Development, Research, Training, and Capacity Building Programmes in various capacities. As an expert, she has played crucial roles in policies for the Ministry of Rural Development, GoI, UNDP India, Department of Panchayati Raj, and Civil Society Organizations in India. Associated with Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands, and The Japan Foundation Asia Centre as a fellow, she is also credited for exemplary research, especially the ‘Early Literacy and Language Pedagogy’ study with Digantar, Jaipur and Leeds University, UK. As a trainer, she has worked with the National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad, Rajasthan Police Academy, and Rajasthan Institute of Public Administration. She brings her diverse experience to our University as she mentors students to become changemakers of tomorrow.