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Ahmedabad Unitedworld School of business, A/907 Uvarshad, Gandhinagar highway, Ahmedabad - 382422 Phone: +91 79

Ahmedabad

Unitedworld School of business, A/907 Uvarshad, Gandhinagar highway, Ahmedabad - 382422

Phone: +91 79 6512 5000

Delhi

Plot No. 1964, Sec-45, Gurgaon 122003.

Phone: +91 99990 49471 / 99990 49334

Hyderabad

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Phone: +91 40 6460 5000/6452 5002-03

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Kolkata

Floor, Plot - G1, Block - EP & GP, Sector - V,

Salt Lake, Kolkata - 700091.

Phone: +91 33 4004 5000/5884/5885

Goldline Business Centre, 2

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Floor, Linkway Estate, Link Road,

Near Inorbit Mall, Next to Chincholi Fire Brigade Malad (West), Mumbai - 400064

Phone: +91 22 3209 7008-09

Singapore

3 Tampines Central 1, 06-01 Abacus Plaza, Singapore - 529540

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inside front cover inside back cover The limits of the possible can only be defined
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The limits of the possible can only be defined
by going beyond them into the impossible.
Arthur C. Clarke

It is a world without borders. Set your sights higher. Look beyond the traditional boundaries. Empower yourself with experiential learning at Asia's first open economy focused B-school. Get a global perspective of economic realities around you to join the new breed of managers. Discover a new world of opportunities. It is for you.

of economic realities around you to join the new breed of managers. Discover a new world
Mission Create global citizens honed with open economic ideas. Promote entrepreneurship with advisory support. Develop
Mission
Create global citizens honed with open economic ideas.
Promote entrepreneurship with advisory support.
Develop centres of excellence for selected industry
verticals.
Nurture
consultancy
/
advisory
/
training
support
backbone for corporate.
Develop an eco-system for industry-relevant academics
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with
a
global
support
network
of
Indian
born
executives and academicians.
Experience learning from world-class faculty members
with impeccable track records.
Values
Promote sustainable development.
Improve standard of living by encouraging inclusive growth.
Spread business research outcomes for community benefit.
Create a set of socially concerned corporate citizens.
Prof. Tridibesh Bandyopadhyay Director’s Message B. Tech (Jadavpur University), PGDM (IIM Calcutta) Director &
Prof. Tridibesh Bandyopadhyay
Director’s
Message
B. Tech (Jadavpur University), PGDM (IIM Calcutta)
Director & Dean Academics
Welcome to Unitedworld!
In the rapidly changing 'open economy' environment, where the world is
eagerly looking forward to the industry ready professionals, Unitedworld School
of Business aims to be the preferred choice for youngsters with international
ambitions. Our mission is to create global citizens from India honed with the skills
and aptitudes for modern business; develop an eco-system for industry-relevant
academics; and nurture a set of socially concerned corporate citizens who can
act strategically with commitment to ethical values.
Your choice of subject and institute will set you apart from the others. It is
important, therefore, to choose your preferred area of higher studies and
consequently, where to study. We can assure you that by choosing Unitedworld,
you have taken the first step in that direction. As a launch platform for fulfilling
career aspirations, the experience at Unitedworld will be exciting and rewarding.
Today an MBA degree has become the generic requirement for successful
careers and there are certain critical elements which can enhance the value of
your learning. These include a solid foundation of core courses and analytical
techniques, faculty of the highest order, industry-oriented academic content,
rigorous processes and constant interaction with the industry. There are also
other areas, latent or experiential, which have an indirect impact on the 21st
century manager. With a constant thrust on business communication, access to
live content, state-of-the-art IT enabled environment and unique career
coaching support, Unitedworld will arm you with the required skill-sets of a
universal manager.
Let us all come together to create an institution which stands out for its
excellence.
I wish you all the best.
Tridibesh Bandyopadhyay
Content The Paradigm Shift 05 A School of Change for the Changing World 07 Unitedworld
Content
The Paradigm Shift
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A School of Change for the Changing World
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Unitedworld Knowledge Backbone
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Board Of Governors
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Industry Advisory Board
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Departments & Faculty
10-11
World Class Infrastructure
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Unitedworld Campuses
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Education Excellence
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Live Content Engine
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Learning Fundamental Concepts and Open Economy Strategies
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Diversity Advantage
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Application Orientation
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Open Economy Orientation
24-25
Branded Projects
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ERP & Technology Support at Academics
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Global Collaborations
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Distinctive Programme
30-35
Corporate Exposure
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IIM Ahmedabad CONFLUENCE 2010 (City Host: NBO)
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CEO Lecture Series
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Mega Events of Uniteworld
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Placement 2011
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The World is Calling at Unitedworld
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The Paradigm Shift The world is changing. The balance of economic power is shifting from
The Paradigm Shift
The world is changing. The balance of economic power is
shifting from North America and Europe to Asia. Vibrant
managers from India are stepping out to dominate the
emerging economies in Asia and beyond.
Are you ready !
India has been steadily integrating with the global
economy since the early 1990s. The country has thrown
open its doors and has become a part of the vigorous
Asian growth. Today it is widely recognized that India,
along with China, is the new economic powerhouse.
economy movements in other powerful trade blocks, like
BRIC (Brazil / Russia / India / China) and IBSA (India Brazil
South Africa). Multinational companies are therefore
keenly viewing these countries both as markets and
manufacturing or service bases. Indian companies too are
increasingly investing in developed and emerging
countries.
For future managers there are two significant movements
in global economic landscape that will influence
corporate strategies and actions. One, India and other
Asian countries are increasingly becoming a part of
ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA). Two, India is steering open
India has emerged as one of the strongest and well
managed economy with a vast middle-class population,
well-built education system, structured political
hierarchy, strong capital market and respectable
economic reform, Asia today is the growth zone of the
world.
Today the demand is for a new breed of managers with a
global perspective.
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A School of Change for the Changing World Unitedworld Knowledge Backbone The new paradigm needs
A School of
Change for the
Changing World
Unitedworld
Knowledge Backbone
The new paradigm needs a radical shift in management
education. Managers of tomorrow need to be schooled
with global best practices. Their understanding must
embrace the practical realities of managing modern,
technology led business in open economic environment.
Brand identity and recognition of an institute has a linear
relationship with the Human capital associated with it.
We believe that it's only the combined talent of Human
Capital that builds a knowledge organisation.
Today the demand is for managers who can appreciate the
global linkage of products and services - a trend which will
grow manifold in the years to come. While global ivy-
league business schools have redefined their curriculum
with this industry demand, management education in
India remains largely a conservative, theory-based,
orthodox academic process.
With a valuable network of talented Indian executive
spread across the globe, clubbed with competent
Indian academic pool, adjunct faculties from Ivy League
B-schools, and Brand linkages, Unitedworld has become
one of the top Indian platforms to learn the global
economic order.
This need was identified by a group of Indian born
economists, academicians and top MNCs executives a few
years ago. To meet this need, they came together to form
Unitedworld - the first Open Economy ready B-school.
Unitedworld is one of the few Indian B-Schools where the
curriculum is geared to meet market demands of the open
economy. The aim: to groom talent for the South and SE
Asian business needs.
In three years flat, Unitedworld was awarded as the best
institute to learn marketing management in India. CMO
Asia recently recognised Unitedworld as the best
upcoming Business School in Asia (July 2011). Campus
placement record 2010-11 shows how fast India Inc.
identified the global perspective of the institute and
absorbed all its students.
Unitedworld is Asia's fastest growing B-School brand today.
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Board Of Governors Unitedworld's Board of Governors include some of the best-known names from industry
Board Of Governors
Unitedworld's Board of Governors include some of the best-known names from industry and academics.
Prof. S K Gupta
Former CMD,VSNLTelecom Advisor,TATA Group
Dr. Arun Nigvekar
Former Chairman, UGC; Ex.VC, Pune University; Founder Director, NAAC
Dr. Sujit Kumar Basu
Former Director, MDI Gurgaon; FormerVC, Viswabharati University
Dr. D Nagabrahmam
Former Director, TA Pai Management Institute
Dr. Malay Mahadevia
Director (Projects), Mundra Port & Mundra SEZ
Prof. S C Jain
Former CEO, LIC Housing Finance; Chair Professor, National Insurance Academy
Prof. Rajul Awasthi
Economic Advisor,World Bank; Former OSD, Dept. of Finance, Govt. of India
Prof. Anuj Agarwal
Director, Global operations,Vishal Inc.
Industry Advisory Board
The Industry Advisory Council comprises of top management executives from global industries. The members of this
global team meet over 'Annual Industry Roundtable' to decide the global market readiness of the curriculum and to
develop a direction of placement efforts. This initiative places Unitedworld as one of the most industry linked B-school
in India.
Prof. Vishal Singh
Director, Communications & Media, Microsoft SE Asia
Prof. S N Burman
Chief Comm. Officer, Maruti Udyog Ltd
Dr. Subir Saha
Ex. Head, R & I Nokia Siemens Networks
Prof. Chiranjib Pal
Vice President, Oracle Financial Services, California, USA
Prof. Sujoy Banerjee
Vice President HR, Eveready Industries
Prof. Kaustuv Bhadra
Ex.Vice President, Mudra Communications
Prof. Kisholoy Roy Chowdhury
Solution Lead, Global Delivery, IBM India
Prof.Tapan Chatterjee
Executive Director, CAPEXIL
Prof. Alak Dev
Serial Entrepreneur, SanJose, CA, USA
Prof. Abhishek Rungta
CEO, IndusnetTechnologies
Prof. Bashab Sarkar
MD & CEO, Mediapros
Prof. Subhromit Das
Executive Director, JP Morgan Chase, Singapore
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Faculty Meeting for Academic plans 09
Faculty Meeting for Academic plans
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Departments & Faculty The pride of Unitedworld is built on the global faculty pool. We
Departments & Faculty
The pride of Unitedworld is built on the global faculty pool. We believe that any institution that imparts knowledge should be built with
people of credence and competence. Our faculty members bring back experience from reputed institutions like MIT, Wharton School of
Business, Harvard, Cambridge University, University of Chicago, Princeton, London School of Economics, IIM, IIT, Delhi School of Economics,
XLRI, JNU, Indian Statistical Institute etc.This repertoire of global faculty helps us to offer our students an unparalleled academic experience.
Business Strategy & General Management
Prof. Bharat Dalal
I.T.P., MBA
Harvard University, Stanford University
Prof. M J Singh
B.Tech, PGDM
IIT Delhi, IIM Ahmedabad
Prof. P. K. Ghosh
B.CH.E., AMICHE, Fellow in Mgt
JU, IIM Ahmedabad
Prof. Pummy Narang
PGDM, B.Tech
IIM Calcutta, IIT
Prof. Pinaki Param Ghosh
MMM, PGHRM, PGD in International Trade, Certificate in Frontiers in Development Policy
Pondicherry University, NMIMS, World Bank Institute
Prof. R. Vijay Shankar
B.Tech, PGDM
DCE, IIM Calcutta
Prof. A.B. Raju*
PGDRM
IRMA
Quantitative Techniques
Dr. Sunil D Lakdawala
M.Sc, Ph.D
IIT-Mumbai, Yale University
Dr. Prakash Mathure*
D. Sc, Ph.D
Harvard University
Prof. Neerja Arora
PGDM
IIM Calcuta
Prof. Poonam Arora
MS-Insurance, MSc Maths
ICFAI, Gujarat University
Prof. Rajkumar Pillai
MBA, M.Phil(Maths)
Pondicherry University
Prof. Sayantani Roy Chowdhury
PhD-Eco, Mphil-Eco
Calcutta University
Finance & Accounts
Prof. H P Goel
PGDM
IIM Calcutta
Prof. Naresh Dubbudu*
B.Tech, PGDM
NIT Warangal, IIM Bangalore
Prof. A Vamshidhar*
B.Tech, PGDM
Andhra University, IIM Indore
Prof. Madhu Iyengar
AICWA, M.Com
Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India, Delhi University
Prof. Vijay Vora
FCA, CA
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi
Prof. Sailaja Jonnalagada*
AICWA, MBA
Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India, JNTU
Prof. Dipak Majumdar
M.Com., LL.B., PGDBA, PGDFM, MBA
City University, Los Angles
Prof. Vibha Jhol
CA, B.Com
Calcutta University
Prof. Ananya Mukhopadhyay
Cert. Mgt, PGDBM, B.Com
Enterprise Development Institute, CU
Prof. Subhra S Chakraborty
B.Com, Fellow of Insurance Institute of India
CU, Insurance Institute of India
Prof. Partho Banerjee*
CA, CS
ICAI
Prof. Tripti Jain*
CS, LLB, CA , ICWA (final)
ICSI, Delhi, Rajasthan University, ICWAI, Delhi
Prof. Vinod Kumar Agarwal*
LL.B., PGD in Insurance Management
Prof. Hardik Gandhi
M.Com, Ph.D (Pursuing)
Gujarat University
Management Information Systems
Prof. Deepak Dave
B.Tech
IIT Kanpur
Prof. N Viswanath Kallakuri*
M.Sc (Computer Sc)
Andhra University
Prof. Mehul Mepani*
BE
University of Mumbai
Prof. Karan Jagani
Management & Entreprenurship
S. P. Jain Inst of Management
Prof. S Raghunathan*
Strategic thinking & Impl; General Mgt; Masters in Plastic Tech
ISB, Hyd; IIM-A; NITIE, Mumbai, Kanpur University
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Communication Skills Prof. Priyanka S MBA-HRM & Marketing Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Lucknow
Communication Skills
Prof. Priyanka S
MBA-HRM & Marketing
Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Lucknow
Prof. Rini Bahal
MBA - HR, Phd (Pursuing)
IBMR, Ahmedabad
Prof. Chethana G. Krishna
BE, PGDBM
Bangalore University, Hyderabad University
Prof. Joyee Lahiri
MA-English, Bed
Calcutta University
Prof. V. RajaRaman*
MA, LLB
University of Mumbai
Marketing & International Business
Prof. Amitabha Ghosh
PGDBM
IIM Calcutta
Prof. Kaveri Narang
PGDM
IIM Calcutta
Prof. Anil Bandopadhyay
MBA(IB), PGDBM
IIFT, IISWBM
Prof. Rahul Chawdhury*
MSc- Strategic Marketing, PGDM
Cranfield University, Chartered Institute of Marketing UK
Prof. Namit
MBA, SEC
FMS Delhi, Manchester Business School
Prof. Piush Bahl
MBA
Northeast Louisiana University, USA
Prof. Ayan Banerjee*
M.Sc, PGDBM
Universtiy of Reading-UK, XIM-Mumbai, University of Mumbai
Prof. Himanshu Vaidya
BE, MBA, Member of IMCI, TiE
Sardar Patel University
Prof. Arnaz Bhotpuria
MBA
Gujarat University
Prof. Jayesh Ganatra*
BE, PGDMC, CMC
IMCI
Prof. Smita Chatterjee
MBA, MSc Biotech
IBS, CU
Prof. Mahua Datta
MSc, MBA
CU, IIPMS-Mumbai
Prof. Ramyani Dasgupta
MBA
Jaipuria Inst of Management
Prof. Tarang Vaish*
MBE
Delhi University
Prof. Kavita S Kulkarni*
M.Phil, MBA
MKU, Andhra Univ
Prof. Anupam Bhatnagar*
Cert in Export Marketing, PGDSMM, MBA
IIFT, NIS NIIT, Darbhanga University
Prof. Mona Bhatia*
MBA (Marketing), Diploma in Advertising & Public Relations (DAPR)
University of Pune, K.C College
Prof. K Sunil Unni*
MA, PGDBM
University of Mumbai, Marathawada University
Prof. J S Mani*
Masters in Financial Mgt; BSc Statistics & Eco
Mumbai University
Human Resource Management
Prof. Anjan K Majumdar
Masters Degree in Industrial Relations & Personnel Management, LLB
XLRI, Leeds University
Prof. Manas Chakravarty
MBA, IR, Alumnus
IISWBM, ASCI, Administrative College of India, Hyderabad
Prof. Meenakshi Khemka
Ph.D, MBA
IIT Delhi, University of Allahabad
Prof. Payal Sharma*
MHRM
Monash University, Melbourne
Prof. Bhupinder Arora
Diploma in HRM, Mphil-Psychology
National Inst. of Labour Education & Management, Kurekshatra University
Prof. Venkat Kaundinya*
M.Sc in Analytical Chemistry, Masters in HRDM
IIT Kharagpur, Andhra University (Visakhapatnam, A.P)
Prof. Roopa Nandi*
Prof. Samir Kr. Bhattacharya*
CS, MBA, Advertising & Promotion
M. A. Personnel Management & Labor Welfare
CIM, UK, BAV Indore, University of Kolkata
Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
Economics, Public Policy & Business Environment
Prof. Sahana Ghosh
M.Phil-Eco, MA-Eco
Delhi School of Economics, JNU
Prof. Sandeep Bhogal
PGDFS
SIBM, Pune
Prof. K G Sharma
Ph.D
Meerut University
Dr. Mona Bhalla
Ph.D, MA (Eco)
Mumbai University , DSE
Prof. Anant Amdekar*
LLB, A.C.S
University of Mumbai, New Law College, Institute of Company Secretaries of India
Prof. A.V. Narsimha Rao*
Ph.D, Ll.M
ICFAI Univ Dehradun, Osmania University
*Corporate visiting faculty
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Webcasting Session 12 Alumin Meet 2011 at Unitedworld Auditorium
Webcasting Session
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Alumin Meet 2011 at Unitedworld Auditorium
World Class Infrastructure Corporate ambience Intelligent classroom Pan India presence TechnologyEdge City CBD
World Class
Infrastructure
Corporate ambience
Intelligent classroom
Pan India presence
TechnologyEdge
City CBD -Central business district
Unitedworld has brought in the corporate ambience of a western B-school in Asia with six intelligent
campuses spread across five Indian state capitals and at the gateway of Asia, Singapore.
Each campus is located in the central business district
of the city, allowing students to get optimum corporate
exposure during the period of learning.
To enhance learning, the integrated knowledge
campus is powered by Webcasting, VPN (Virtual Private
Network),Wi-max & Wi-Fi connectivity, so that students,
professors and management can remain engaged with
one another. All campuses are centrally air conditioned.
Each Unitedworld campus has a fully stocked library
consisting of books, magazines and international
journals on a variety of managementtopics.
Unitedworld campuses cover all five zones of India and
Singapore, allowing the best mix of students from
various cross sections of our socio-economic classes.
This enables experiential classroom learning. Games
facilities & students common rooms are well equipped
at all campuses.
Unitedworld's academic ERP, EDUBERRY is an
Integrated IT Solution which combines all resources of
Unitedworld including academic administration,
Human resource information system, student's
communication and faculty-students interface. It is an
online application that operates in real time and gives
on demand "intelligent" reports.
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Ahmedabad Campus Ahmedabad being the largest city of Gujarat and the sixth largest city in
Ahmedabad Campus
Ahmedabad being the largest city of Gujarat and the sixth
largest city in India has a population of about 5 million.
The education environment and socioeconomic
development of Gujarat is Ahmedabad centric.
Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar twin city is one of the most
attractive business focused state capital in India. The
Ahmedabad campus of Unitedworld is spread over an
expanse of 34 acres and is developed as an education city
with all the modern amenities. The campus also has
separate hostels for boys and girls and faculty quarters in
the campus. It has golf course, play ground, central library,
cafeteria and an international standard auditorium
having a capacity of more than 400 people. The campus is
designed to provide students and faculty members a
serene and calm academic environment. The campus
also has the large sports ground for a range of sports.
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Delhi Campus National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) is the largest metropolis by area and
Delhi Campus
National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT) is the largest
metropolis by area and the second-largest metropolis by
population in India. Delhi, in last decade has grown to be a
multicultural, cosmopolitan metropolis. Construction,
power, telecommunications, IT, ITES, health and real estate
form integral parts of Delhi's economy. Delhi has India's
largest and one of the fastest growing retail industries. Delhi
being the capital of India is one of the best cities to live in. It
is considered as a desirable destination to pursue higher
education even beyond Indian territories. Unitedworld
campus is at Gurgaon, which has fast turned out to be the
intelligent business hub of Delhi. It very conveniently is
located near the metro station. For convenience,
Unitedworld also has a corporate office at Connaught place.
The campus is conveniently connected with entire NCR.
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Hyderabad Campus Hyderabad is the financial and economic capital of AP, and is the largest
Hyderabad Campus
Hyderabad is the financial and economic
capital of AP, and is the largest contributor to
the state GDP. The economic pattern of the city
has changed. Today it represents more
diversified spectrum, including IT, trade,
transport, pharmaceutical, tele-
communications and more. The service
industry is now a major contributor, with the
urban workforce constituting 90% of the total
population. A deeper analysis of the hiring
activity clearly indicates that Hyderabad is the
most preferred location for job seekers in India.
Unitedworld Hyderabad is located in Jubilee
Hills, a posh suburban neighborhood in west
of Hyderabad. The campus is in between the
wealthy commercial districts of Banjara Hills
and is located within two kilometers of the IT
central hub of HITEC City. Jubilee Hills is home
to the AP entertainment & film industry which
is the highest revenue earning vernacular film
industry among all states.
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Kolkata Campus Kolkata is the intellectual and knowledge capital of India. It is the third
Kolkata Campus
Kolkata is the intellectual and knowledge capital of
India. It is the third most populous city in India and
13th in the World. The city is known for its vibrant
political culture. Some notable companies
headquartered in Kolkata include ITC Limited, Exide
Industries, Britannia Industries, Bata India, Birla
Corporation, RPG Group, Philips India, Coal India
Limited, PwC India and Peerless Group. The
Unitedworld Kolkata campus is situated at Salt Lake,
Sector V, one of the fastest growing knowledge
hubs of India, and is surrounded by multinational IT,
ITES, Consultancy companies. Unitedworld Kolkata
campus is one of the best techno academic B-
School campus in eastern India.
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Mumbai Campus Mumbai is the commercial and entertainment capital of India; it is also the
Mumbai Campus
Mumbai is the commercial and
entertainment capital of India; it is
also the world's top 10 centers of
commerce in terms of global
financial flow. Mumbai is home to
important financial institutions
such as the Reserve Bank of India,
the Bombay Stock Exchange, the
National Stock Exchange of India,
the SEBI and the corporate
headquarters of numerous Indian
companies and multinational
corporations. The Unitedworld
Mumbai campus is located at the
most happening location of the
city right next to the Inorbit Mall at
Malad. The ambience is world
class and in sync with the vibrant
cosmopolitan culture so that the
metamorphosis of the students is
done in a natural environment.
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Singapore Campus All students have the option of attending the 'International Business Camp' at our
Singapore Campus
All students have the option of attending the 'International Business Camp' at our Unitedworld Singapore
campus to gain exposure and work on a global business dissertation.
Rated as the most business-friendly economy in the world, Singapore has a highly developed market-based
environment, which has historically revolved around export and refining imported goods, especially in
manufacturing. Focus industries span Healthcare, Trading, Logistics, Financial services, Hospitality and
Entertainment. The Unitedworld Campus is located at Tampines close to the Changi International airport.
Tampines MRT junction (Bus & Metro) is one minute walking distance from the campus, giving one of the most
convenient communications for students. All kinds of food including South and North Indian cuisines are
available near the campus.The residential facilities for students are also close by.
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Education Excellence Teaching Philosophy Unitedworld global team has jointly designed the academic throughput of this
Education Excellence
Teaching Philosophy
Unitedworld global team has jointly designed the
academic throughput of this platform. It starts with a
selection matrix by measuring student's present
market readiness, designing an individual
development growth path, Injecting special treatment
modules to take the candidate to a higher platform.
With these non academic modules, candidates learn to
carry the right attitude, remain informed, maintain a
learning habit and most importantly identify their
shortcomings. The academic process is designed
under the following strict guidelines.
Unitedword content team has developed one of the
best market relevant content for its students. In few
years time Unitedworld was awarded as the best place
to learn marketing management in India. Content is
edited to make it future ready & relevant for the Open
economic business environment. Apart from EBSCO &
CMIE, the two standard sources of corporate content,
Unitedworld students have access to the following,
Innovative tools and archives
Global best practice archive
Knowledge support from 'Centres of excellence'
Sponsored & in-house research archives
Academic rigour
Domain statistics archive
Market interface
Clips of CEO lecture series
Outlook development
Growth of business logic
Knowledge resources
Market information is blended into fundamental
content by
Live content engine
Domain intelligence Bank
Centres of excellence
Domain Intelligence Bank
Unitedworld has been archiving data banks for 30 industry verticals. From Manufacturing to Biotechnology, useful
business data gets captured from multiple sources - publication houses, market research organisations, online
journals and PhD thesis. This market data becomes a part of the Unitedworld live content to make the syllabus more
market oriented. This gives Unitedworld students an unparalleled opportunity to stay ahead of other B-School
graduates and constantly overcome their shortcomings.
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Live Content Engine Unitedworld team has synthesised some best practices to create a learning matrix
Live Content Engine
Unitedworld team has synthesised some best practices to create a learning matrix that enables to develop such ready
resource. The core of the matrix comprises of a 'Live content engine'. Unitedworld blends 'live market data with
'management basics' through this content engine.
To blend market data with management theories, Unitedworld has been following a unique mechanism that collects
information from different sources, feeds it into a rationalisation system and integrates it into the main content at right
place. With a dedicated content team in place, Unitedworld is working towards enhanced relationship with leading
brands to share content & delivery ownership. Senior faculties, research associates and content management team
work closely to generate and update Unitedworld content archive.
www.livecontent.in
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Learning Fundamental Concepts and Open Economy Strategies Unitedworld students are exposed to twin growth engines
Learning Fundamental Concepts and
Open Economy Strategies
Unitedworld students are exposed to twin growth engines that are diving emerging economies across
the world, Rural non-farm segment and Regional trade blocks. Unitedworld students get advantage of
getting optimum exposure in each of these two.
Open economy strategies are integrated with the programme content through
FTA &Trade Block – Policy research
Asian growth tracker
IBC -Twin economy exposure
Domestic projects make them learn about demand-supply situation of a developing country and
International Business Camp, IBC-Singapore expose them to the potential growth of Indian products
and services through Regional trade block AFTA. This dual economy exposure makes them suitable to
seek placement in organisations that have multi-country operations.
Diversity Advantage
Unitedworld believe that one of the important strategies for organisational success is to harness various
types of intelligence & capabilities from diversified demographic classes into one common platform.
Unitedworld values people with different experiences and styles of thinking, challenging and leading,
and promote students as well as employee diversity with creeds, ethnicities, sex, race, castes and
nationalities.
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Project: Industry World
Application Orientation Business PlanThesis Branded Projects Final year students get engaged into a Business Plan
Application
Orientation
Business PlanThesis
Branded Projects
Final year students get engaged into a Business Plan
Dissertation during last semester. With the Lab to Live
project, they apply all they have learned during last two
years in Marketing, Finance, IS, HR, Operations and other
A student needs to undertake projects with most of the
subjects in every vertical (Marketing, Finance, IS, HR, IB,
Retail, Agribusiness etc.). Project, analysis, group work,
brainstorming and presentations become the world of
every student.
subjects. Group of students identify a new business
Marketing: X-Press world/Reality world/Industry world
opportunities in the form of a new product or service and
Finance: Invest world/Project world/My money world
create a detailed project report from conceptualisation to
Human
Resource:
Unipolar
world/M’power
implementation. In the process they go through market
world/Train-in world
research, resource planning, budgeting, funding,
Information systems: Analytical world/Seamless world
consumer behaviour analysis, branding-marketing-sales
plan as well as operational aspects of the project.
International Business Camp
Brand & StrategyWorkshop
From corporate branding to advertisement strategy, this
workshop conducted by senior brand experts allows
students to analyse and develop comprehensive media
planning and communication strategies for select
products and services.
International Business Camp (IBC) is an optional part of
the PGPM curriculum. During this long International
Business dissertation at Singapore campus of
Unitedworld, students research on growth opportunities
of Indian products and services in the SE Asian countries
and also get trained under eminent faculties of UK and
Singapore B-Schools. This camp is a compulsory part of
theTerm IV academic curriculum of the PGPM.
Winners of Business Stimulation
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Open Economy Orientation Students get the advantage of learning under two different socio-economic conditions, India
Open Economy
Orientation
Students get the advantage of
learning under two different
socio-economic conditions,
India as a developing economy
and Singapore as a developed
economy during IBC project. This
twin-economy exposure enables
Unitedworld students to learn
consumer habits in two different
demand-supply situations.
International Business Camp
(IBC) - Singapore
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IBC - Singapore classroom session Uniteworld Singapore campus 25
IBC - Singapore classroom session
Uniteworld Singapore campus
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Branded Projects The proprietary branded project of Unitedworld train students in the practical application of

Branded Projects

The proprietary branded project of Unitedworld train students in the practical application of knowledge through project analysis and group work. Some of the projects are structured like the following:

Human Resource

Unipolar world: Each organisation is an assembly of smaller groups called departments who work for their own self-interest. Integrating these groups together to achieve a common corporate goal is no kid's play.

Marketing and Strategy

X-Press world: Corporate branding to advertisement strategy this workshop allows students to research, compare, analyse & develop comprehensive advertisement and media planning strategies for select products and services.

Industry world: FMCG, financial services, digital media or steel; different industries operate on disjoint trade policies and issues. Students identify these trade issues, analyse in domestic and international economic background and create future business strategies for Indian companies.

Financial services and management

Students learn details of organisation behaviours through this role-play and working together they try to achieve a common goal.

M'power world: A competency mapping, HRIS , ESOPs etc, new innovative HR policies are being used for various reasons. Students identify the latest trends in HR, analyse how same policies are implemented in different organisations. They also gauge the results and develop customised policies for different industries.

Innovative Pedagogy

Unitedworld School of Business consistently focuses on blending core research and experience in the real world. The learning environment will make students directly encounter real life situations which will test their skills, knowledge and emotions and allow them the flexibility to react to developing situations.

Unitedworld uses several techniques and employ the latest available pedagogic technologies: case study method, simulations, experimentations, industry consultation and experiential learning projects etc.

Invest world: Hostile takeover, IPO, Venture funding, etc are dominating today's M&A, merchant banking and financial services market. Students undergo this project to demystify these not so easy corporate finance terminologies. They identify recent incidents of each of these exercises & analyse its pros and cons under expert guidance.

My money world: Personal finance products like mutual fund, insurance policy, personal loans, mortgage or reverse of it, platinum card or petro card - positioning, marketing and sales strategies are different for different target groups. Students select few products available in India, compare the offerings and draw a market development plan for each product category.

Employability Index

Unitedworld has always evolved with changing market needs and is focused at helping students improve their employability quotient. Unitedworld life skills curriculum covers written and spoken english, interview skills, pronunciation, etiquette, leadership skills and more under a“finishing school”model.

spoken english, interview skills, pronunciation, etiquette, leadership skills and more under a“finishing school”model.
spoken english, interview skills, pronunciation, etiquette, leadership skills and more under a“finishing school”model.
spoken english, interview skills, pronunciation, etiquette, leadership skills and more under a“finishing school”model.
ERP & Technology Support at Academics Student's developments are monitored through an in-house academic ERP
ERP & Technology Support at Academics
Student's developments are monitored through an in-house academic ERP system that enables professors-
students and management to remain engaged with one beyond classrooms. This web enabled one stop
information archive entire details of a students and all projects and assignments are managed through this.
The knowledge campus is also powered by VPN (Virtual Private Network), Wi-Fi, Wi-Max, V-SAT connectivity
andWebcasting ensuring a consistent, conducive and comfortable academic environment.
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University of Hertfordshire 28 University of Bolton, UK
University of Hertfordshire
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University of Bolton, UK
Global Collaborations University of Hertfordshire University of Hertfordshire was presented with the Queen's Award
Global Collaborations
University of Hertfordshire
University of Hertfordshire was presented with the Queen's Award for Enterprise:
International Trade in recognition of its outstanding achievement. It is also regarded
as one of the UK's greenest Universities and it is ranked 48th in the UK by Guardian
University Guide, 2011 and 41st by The Complete University Guide, 2011. It was also
highlighted as the biggest climber byTheTimes.The University has a global network
of 200,000 alumni; with more than 24,000 student communities and also more than
2000 international students from 85 countries. Students enrolled in GGMP
programme in Unitedworld-School of Business will be given B.A.(Hons) in Business
Administration degree from University of Hertfordshire.
University of Bolton, UK
The University of Bolton is ranked top in the NW for student satisfaction, according
to TheTimes Good University Guide 2008. The guide ranks UOB in the top 15 of all UK
universities in students satisfaction; Quality Assurance Agency, UK government
body which takes care of the quality control related to education had awarded the
highest level of recommendation in 2006. And according to Education Guardian,
UOB is the “Fastest Growing University”. Unitedworld-School of Business-Singapore
campus offers the MBA and B.A.(Hons) in Business Management degree from
University of Bolton.
Associate of Business Executives (ABE), UK
The Associate of Business Executives (ABE) is a professional membership body
approved by the UK government and examination board. ABE qualifications
provide professional progress routes to degree programmes universally recognised.
ABE is recognised around the world, from the Qualifications and Curriculum
Authority (QCA) in the UK to Ministries of Education and employers in other
countries. At Unitedworld School of Business, all GGMP students shall be registered
with ABE, evaluated by ABE and shall also get their academic credentials from ABE.
Fastest growing New age B-School brand in Asia
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Distinctive Programme Unitedworld is one of the few Indian B-schools where the curriculum is geared
Distinctive Programme
Unitedworld is one of the few Indian B-schools where the curriculum is geared to
meet market demands of the open economy. The aim: to groom talent for the
South and SE Asian business needs.
PGPM (Post-Graduate Programmes in Management)
Objectives
To develop critical understanding of the social, political, economic, and technological
environment of modern society and economy which is imperative in creating effective
leaders, having the potential to transform organisations.
To develop lateral thinking and inculcate skill, value integrity and ethical standards so that
they are better able to address the challenges of global competition.
To develop a global mindset and to address contemporary business issues like
globalisation & convergence, creative problem solving, leadership and innovation in
strategies.
To develop an all-round personality, integrated with the very best of the Indian values and
civilisations.
Resource
Unitedworld has created one of the best academic resources for its students. Students can access a
world of research archives under their mentor's supervision. This adds unparalleled value to the
academic throughput of Unitedworld. Some of the resources are:
Global practice archive
Industry intelligence assets
Knowledge support to 'Vertical electives' and 'Centres of excellence’
Content developed by 'Live content engine’
Sponsored and in-house research archives
Knowledge repository like EBCSO, CMIE etc.
The PGPM curriculum design and pedagogy emphasize the development of students' skills and
capability to apply management theories and concepts to actual problems in business and
industry. Students will be expected to achieve higher standards of excellence.
Curriculum
design
The overall emphasis will be on the involvement of the students in learning and consequently the
application of that learning to business requirement.The programme also aims to integrate the use
of computers & Information Technology in different functional areas of management. It will also
enable students to acquire skills in handling complex problems in management, especially in this
era of globalisation resulting in intense competition.
The students are also required to undertake several projects as a part of the curriculum to get in-
depth insight into the actual work environment. The curriculum will be reviewed and continuously
benchmarked through discussions with practicing managers and thought leaders from the
industry to reflect current business needs.
Pedagogy
Teaching methods would be a mix of lectures, case studies, seminars, group discussions, role plays,
simulation exercises, group assignments and field trips.These would be supplemented by branded
projects and experiential learning activities.
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Programme Structure PGPM Foundation (9 months) The PGPM Foundation programme is spread over three terms
Programme
Structure
PGPM
Foundation
(9 months)
The PGPM Foundation programme is spread over three terms of about three months each. The core courses
of management are covered in this programme. These core courses will enhance the capability to
communicate, critically analyse and take decisions using quantitative and qualitative approaches and
techniques.This programme will also help students to develop a holistic view of the different functional areas
and the business environment. During this programme, students will cover courses in general management
and major functional areas, such as finance and accounting, marketing, economics, quantitative techniques,
operations management, information technology, behavioural sciences, organisation behaviour, and
human resources.
Summer
internship
On successful completion of the Post-graduate Programme in Management Foundation, the students will
be given an opportunity to complete industry internship with an organisation. The internship usually spans
over an eight to ten-week period. It is designed to provide exposure to organisational working, to develop an
understanding of business environment and an opportunity to apply theory to real life business situations.
PGPM
Advanced
(9 months)
On successful completion of the PGPM Foundation Programme and obtaining completion certificate for
Summer Internship, the students will be enrolled in the PGPM Advanced Programme - which spans over
three terms of about three months each.
This PGPM - Advanced module is designed to give an opportunity to students to specialise in a maximum of
two functional areas - apart from covering some advanced modules in general management. This
specialisation will be done through the selection of electives from a host of courses offered in different
disciplines.
Marketing
Human Resources
Financial services
International Business
Retail Management
Agribusiness
Media
Entrepreneurship
Information Systems
Choice of specialisation would be subject to a minimum number of students in each specialisation area.
Evaluation
Unitedworld believes in a system of continuous evaluation. Throughout the duration of the programme, the
student will be tested on his/her ability to understand concepts, learn techniques and apply them to
problems in the real world. At each stage of the course, the student would be in a position to assess his/ her
performance and take measures to make improvement. In each course, a student is thus awarded with only a
letter grade. The weighted average for all courses taken by a student in the programme is called the
Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA).
Recognition
On successful completion of PGPM Foundation, Internship and PGPM Advanced, a student will be awarded
the Post Graduate Diploma in Management.
MBA
(Masters in
All students of Unitedworld School of Business taking admission into the PGPM programme will concurrently
enrol in the MBA programme of a UGC recognised University – approved by the joint committee of UGC,
Business
Administration)
AICTE & DEC. This MBA programme will be of two years duration. On successful completion of all the
academic requirements, the University will confer the MBA degree to the students.
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Post Graduate Programme in Management - Foundation Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Management Principles
Post Graduate Programme in Management - Foundation
Term 1
Term 2
Term 3
Management Principles and
Values
Management Information
Systems
Operations & Supply Chain
Fundamentals of Marketing
Advance Marketing
Marketing Research
Management
Methodology
Analysis of Financial Statements
Management Accounting
Financial Management
Behavioural Sciences
People in Organisations
Human Resource
Management
Micro-economic Theory
Macro-economic Theory
Indian Economy in
Global Context
Business Mathematics
Statistics for Management
Quantitative Decision Tools
Communication Skills 1
Communication Skills 2
Communication Skills 3
History of Indian Business
Non-Classroom Activities
Seminars on Contemporary Business Topics
Branded Projects - I
Career Coaching Workshops - I
CEO Lecture Series - I
The Terabyte Fight
Business Environment Analysis
Summer Internship for 8 - 10 Weeks
Post Graduate Programme in Management - Advanced
Term 4
Term 5
Term 6
Business Policy and Strategy
Indian Legal System
Dissertation
International Business
Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
Major Specialisation 1
Major Specialisation 4
Major Specialisation 2
Major Specialisation 5
Major Specialisation 3
Major Specialisation 6
Major Specialisation 7
Minor Specialisation 1
Minor Specialisation 2
Minor Specialisation 3
Non-Classroom Activities
Negotiation Skills
Branded Projects - II
CEO Lecture Series - II
Event - United Minds
Entrepreneurship Workshops
Career Coaching Workshops - II
Special Lecture Series
Understanding and appreciation of evolving concepts and selected business analysis/strategy models.
Special Lecture Series
Islamic Banking
Competitive advantage: Porters model
Crowd Sourcing
Balanced Scorecard
Carbon Management
GE McKinsey Matrix
Energy Politics
BCG Matrix
Economics of Outsourcing
Market Analytics
Financial Re-Engineering
Digital Marketing
Investment Strategies
Cloud Computing
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Specialisation of PGPM at Unitedworld Marketing Marketing is one of the fundamental pillars of management
Specialisation of PGPM at Unitedworld
Marketing
Marketing is one of the fundamental pillars of management education and is an integral part of any
organisation. The process of marketing for any company involves a set of activities to satisfy the
customers and to earn profits simultaneously. The marketing specialisation is designed for the student
who is planning a career in sales, advertising, consumer relations, marketing management, retailing
services or small business operation. Students develop a breadth of knowledge about the dynamic
a
consumer orientation process by which employees and organisations strive to anticipate and satisfy
customers' product needs.
Modules to be offered:
Sales & Distribution
Brand Management
Consumer Behaviour
Integrated Marketing Communication
Product & Pricing Strategies
Services Marketing
CRM & Business Intelligence
Financial
Services
Keeping in mind the growth of financial service sector in India and the requirement of trained
manpower, this specialisation is designed and structured to build a workforce with necessary skill sets
for a rewarding career in financial products and services. Output from this particular segment can be
involved in various professions like Banking, Non-Banking Finance Companies, Distribution Houses,
Brokerage Firms, Insurance Brokers, Life and General Insurance, Health Insurance, Pension Funds, KPO,
b
Actuarial Departments, Mutual Funds, Financial Planning, Asset Management Companies and last but
not the leastWealth & Investment Advisory Services.
Modules to be offered:
Management of Financial Institutions
Strategic Financial Management
Financial Products
Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
Insurance
Risk Management
Corporate Banking & Project Analysis
Human
Resource
Management
The purpose of Human Resource Management is to achieve organisational effectiveness through the
integration of individual effectiveness. Workplace demography, population matrix, quality and
competence of workforce are changing. This has been largely influenced by the rapid growth of service
sector - liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation. A systematic understanding of Human Resources
would therefore help managers in the preparation, adoption and evolution of personnel programmes
and policies, enabling the selection of workforce in a scientific manner.
c
Modules to be offered:
Industrial Relations & Labour Legislations
Organisational Development
Performance Management
Training & Management Development
Strategic HR Management
Compensation & Benefits Management
International HR Management
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In the last 10-15 years, the country, society and the world has understood that progress
In the last 10-15 years, the country, society and the world has understood that progress in Information
technology and Information systems can create huge impact not only in business processes but also in
everyday life. In today’s economic marketplace, business dimension of Information Systems is
becoming critically important for learning, implementation and practice. Information Systems is not
only confined to its technical dimension but is also accountable for the bottomline of the business. This
d specialisation aims at making students equipped with the ability to design and appreciate the blue
print of a business, so that businesses can always remain agile. Also by ensuring that businesses remain
sustainable, Information Systems will help you to realise and be a part of a Real-time Enterprise.
Information
Systems
Modules to be offered:
Database, Data Warehousing & Data Mining
Business Analysis (Project & Software Quality Management including Testing)
ERP in Practice - Tools & Components
International
Business
Opening up of Indian economy in 1991 and policy changes while keeping an eye on globalisation led
to an increase in India's trade links with the global economy. With a comfortable forex reserve balance,
imports are also being gradually liberalised to facilitate flow of inputs which in turn helps in widening
and modernising the indigenous production base. This has added new dimensions in terms of
theoretical perspectives and management practices in the domain of international business.
e Globalisation in the current context provides scope for management students to take advantage of the
emerging opportunities in international commerce and business. As the Commerce Secretary of
Government of India says, 'Management education in today's world cannot be complete without an in-
depth understanding of international trade.'
Modules to be offered:
Foreign Trade and Policy
International Finance and Banking
International Marketing
Trade Documentation
Trade Processes
International Business Law
Commodity and Energy Trading + International HRM
Retail
Management
Last few years have seen a boom in Indian retail trade, which is the consequence of a perceptible
increase in disposable income of the Indian middle class. The size of the retailing industry in India is
around ` 9,30,000 crore - out of which organised retailing industry is about ` 35,000 crore, contributing
to about 4% of the total industry. According to reports, growth of the retail sector is expected to be
around 7% for India in the following 10 years.
f Retail environment requires professionals with new skills, efficiency and capabilities to learn, to
compete and to think out of the box. A specialisation module in retail would give the students a
comprehensive exposure to the retail business world.
Modules to be offered:
Introduction to Retail Management
Category Management
Shopping Patterns & Destinations
Retail Operations – I
Building Retail Brands
Retail Operations – II
Customer Relationships & Experience Management
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Agribusiness g Indian agriculture sector is facing numerous challenges with the changing business environment,
Agribusiness
g
Indian agriculture sector is facing numerous challenges with the changing business environment,
technological change, globalisation, competition and changing role of the government. These
challenges will demand huge management capabilities among managers of tomorrow. Specialisation
in Agribusiness is geared towards preparing managers, business leaders and entrepreneurs in food and
agri sector to respond to the challenges faced. Students coming out of this specialisation can be
absorbed in areas like Priority sector lending, Retail Operations of agri-products, agri procurement,
logistics and rural marketing services, as well as commodity derivatives.
Modules to be offered:
Agricultural Finance & Microfinance
Agriculture Policy
Futures and options in Agriculture
Global AgriBusiness
Agricultural Marketing and Strategy
Operations in AgriBusiness
Sales and Distribution Management
Note: All offerings of concentration during PGPM (Advanced) programme in a campus will depend on a minimum number of
students opting for that area in that campus. Apart from these areas mentioned to be offered as major area of concentration, there
can be other areas offered as minor concentration – depending on the market requirement as well as student interest. This is to be
noted that modules to be offered as mentioned here are suggestive and will actually depend on alignment of the academic
planning with industry requirementsand can be changed during periodic reviews conducted alongwith industry advisory council.
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B-school partner of CII - Brand Conclave 2010 & 2011 Delegates of International MDP on
B-school partner of CII - Brand Conclave 2010 & 2011
Delegates of International MDP on “Risk Management”
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Corporate Exposure Multiple points of interaction with industry give Unitedworld students the opportunity to absorb
Corporate Exposure
Multiple points of interaction with industry give Unitedworld students the opportunity to absorb
experiences from practicing gurus and get an in-depth understanding of business beyond books.
Corporate Events: Unitedworld organises and sends
faculty and students to different corporate events. MDP,
Corporate Training and in-house events are organised
throughout the year to maintain a sustainable relation
and interface with leading companies.
Chair Professor Series: Unitedworld chair professors
share their domain knowledge with students once a
year.
Annual Industry Round Table: The 'Annual Industry
Roundtable' is an open brainstorming session, where all
our advisory board members discuss the trend of each
industry, formulate an 'annual strategy', and tune the b-
school activity accordingly.
Industry Advisory Board: The Industry Advisory Board
comprises of top management executives from global
industries. They meet over 'Annual Industry Roundtable'
to decide the global market readiness of the curriculum
and to develop a direction of placement efforts.
CEO Lecture Series: Unitedworld organises 'CEO world'
every month in all campuses. This helps youngsters to
gain a realistic outlook about leadership and
management.
Industry Tour: Practical training and industry visits are
integral parts of the academic programme at
Unitedworld. The percentage of curriculum time is
spread in such a way that it blends theoretical learning
with practical application of the subject.
Sponsored Research: Unitedworld lays stress on
creating on-campus research cells in collaborations with
global brands. They will also get opportunity to take part
in these research initiatives. This is expected to equip
students to become market-ready in the real sense by
the time they leave the campus.
Other platforms of corporate interactions:
BusinessTour
HR Conclaves
Best Practice Series
Business Consultancy Exposure
Summer Project
IBC - Singapore
CXO Lecture:
Mr. Narendra Agarwal,
VP, Kotak Mahindra Bank
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IIM Ahmedabad CONFLUENCE 2010 (City Host: NBO) National Business Olympiad (NBO) was organised across the
IIM Ahmedabad CONFLUENCE 2010 (City Host: NBO)
National Business Olympiad (NBO) was organised across the
country during 50th year of IIM-A. It was a part of flagship event
confluence.
Unitedworld campuses were selected as city hosts in Kolkata,
Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Delhi & Mumbai. More than 100 B-
Schools across India have participated in NBO at Unitedworld
campuses.
Unitedworld students won the show with flying colors in the
Delhi zonal round and grabbed 1st, 3rd, 5th and 6th positions.
Mumbai team won the 2nd, 3rd, 4th slots. Eventually
Unitedworld team came 4th in the finals at IIM Ahmedabad,
beating all others, setting an example for B-School students
across India.
Mumbai
Kolkata
Hyderabad
Delhi
Ahmedabad
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CEO Lecture Series Unitedworld invites senior and top management executives of leading organisations, to share
CEO Lecture Series
Unitedworld invites senior and top management executives of leading
organisations, to share their experiences and learning with youngsters.
During recent past, the following executives have contributed in this series:
YES Bank
TATA Group
TATA Group
Morgan Stanley, Hong Kong
ITC
JP Morgan NewYork
Ipan Hill & knolton
McKinsey & Co.
Draft FCB ULKA
Deloitte Haskins
Idea Domain
The Shipping Corporation of India Ltd.
Mastek Ltd.
Hinduja Group
Aclaris Business Solution
Retail Association of India
Wockhardt Foundation
Fortis Healthcare
RPG Group
Johnson Controls (India) Pvt. Ltd.
National Film Development Corporation Ltd
Zydus Health Ltd.
Headstrong Corp. USA
Mother'sTouch
Standard & Poors
Claris Lifesciences Ltd.
Reliance Industries
Max NewYork Life
SBI
Maxus Global
Willanson Magor
India- Country Management Unit
EcoReco
Snowleapord Adventures
For further details please visit www.unitedworld.in/innovation/Guest-faculty.html
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Mega Events of Unitedworld United Minds Pune Kolkata United Minds is a national scale event,
Mega Events of Unitedworld
United Minds
Pune
Kolkata
United Minds is a national scale event,
conceptualised by Unitedworld School of Business
and IIM-Bangalore Vistas team. The event covers 80
Cities, 500 Institutions and touch-base with 3,
00,000 Young Indians across the country. The final
round of United Mind is one of the major events of
Vista 2011. The main objective of the event is to
create awareness about India's demographic
dividend and the need of a globally benchmarked
education system to empower our youth to
shoulder India's growth.
Agra
The Terabyte Fight
“The terabyte fight” is mega inter campus students event of Unitedworld. Students from both the batches
participate in five compulsory parts of the event. Consolidated points decide the winners. Winning team
becomes“Unitedworld - Students Brand Ambassador”for next two years.Various parts of the event are:
Micro Business Idea
Face the“Q”
Advertisement Analysis
Industry Report
Ad-Act
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Placement 2011 Placement committee comprises of Director, Placement teams, Department in-charge Placements and members
Placement 2011
Placement committee comprises of Director, Placement teams, Department in-charge Placements and members
from the student community. Placement team acts as a liasion with the organisations and the institute and also
provides assistance to the corporate clients.
More than 125 companies recruited during Campus Placement 2011
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Capgemini
Reckitt & Benckiser
Citi Bank
Frost & Sullivan
Deutsche Bank AMC
CRISIL
IPAN Hill & Knowlton
Anand Rathi
Hanmer MSL
Asian Paints
HDFC AMC
ICICI Bank
Future Group
Bajaj Capital
La Opala
Axis Bank
David & Dann, London
Aditya Birla Retail
Shoppers Stop
Bank of Asia
Spencers Retail
Nestle
Remorphing
United Group Nepal
HDFC Bank
Lux Industries
Kotak Mahindra Bank
Aegon Religare
Provogue
SHIV. Pte., Singapore
Peerless Mutual Fund
A J Shah & Co
CMIE
Aadhar Micro Finance
Amul
Actuniv Group
Shyam Steel
Adecco India
Coromandel Group
Airtel
Credent Technology
Ajax
CRY
AVIVA Life Insurance
Drishti Research
Avon
Domino’s Retail
Baidyanath
Sharp
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Suzlon Hindustan Unilever Bank of Baroda Edelweiss Capital Birla Sun Life BMA Wealth Creators
Suzlon Hindustan Unilever Bank of Baroda Edelweiss Capital Birla Sun Life BMA Wealth Creators

Suzlon

Hindustan Unilever

Bank of Baroda

Edelweiss Capital

Birla Sun Life

BMA Wealth Creators

Business Standard

Essar Mobile

Evolutionary Systems

Execute HR

Cellcast

Fine Wine

Redwood

Eco Recycling

Emami

India Infoline

HR Footprints

GEPIL

ICICI Lombard

Lilliput Retail

ILBS

Bharat Petroleum

Gateway TechnoLabs

Reliance Energy

SKF Group

Info Stretch Solutions

InfiBeam

Reliance Money Express

Reliance Life

Religare

ING Vysya Bank

Saint Gobain

Lalwani Group

Sharekhan

Reliance

India Today

Lohia Securities

SKS Capital

Macmillan

SREI

Manya Education

Stryde Consulting

Metlife

Tata AIG

NetAmbit

One97

Newswire

Cryobanks

Omaxe

Timesjobs

Tata AMC

Ozone Networks

Titan Industries

Transparent Value

Pragmatic

United Group India

Ranbaxy

United Distributors

RBS

Landmark, Aus

Triton

Reliance Digital

UCL

Singapore International School

Union Bank

Johnson Controls

TCS

Metro Cash & Carry

Berger Paints

Siemens

International School Union Bank Johnson Controls TCS Metro Cash & Carry Berger Paints Siemens
International School Union Bank Johnson Controls TCS Metro Cash & Carry Berger Paints Siemens
International School Union Bank Johnson Controls TCS Metro Cash & Carry Berger Paints Siemens
Unitedworld students won national competition and became "Nissan Student Brand Manager" Event with The Hindu
Unitedworld students won national competition
and became "Nissan Student Brand Manager"
Event with The Hindu
HR Speak
I must confess that I am really thrilled with the way I see your youngsters shape up to face challenges and deliver results. This was
surely the main reason why we are now talking about exploring avenues to train fresh talents for future placements in the retail world.
Naveen Misra
Area Controller – East Shoppers’ Stop Ltd.
It has been a wonderful experience associating with Unitedworld School of Business. The grooming and knowledge provided to the
students are very much required today in the corporate scenario.
Nayantara Bhattasali
Sr. Executive-HR, Cryobanks International India Pvt. Ltd.
At a time, when B-Schools have been mushrooming around, advertising on the best of everything, Unitedworld actually exhibited quiet
competence
We surely thank Unitedworld for truly delivering the competitive edge that is the only differentiator in today's world.
Ranjan Sarkar
SVP - HR & Communications, Acclaris Business Solutions
We at Spencer's have introduced Unitedworld School as our future partner in building long term campus relations. The students have
shown great response and we also have interviewed very smart bunch of future professionals.
Deepesh Grover
Head-Talent Acquisition, RPG-Spencer's Retail
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Telecom - 2% Environment Management - 2% Media, Entertainment & PR - 5% Micro Finance
Telecom - 2%
Environment Management - 2%
Media, Entertainment & PR - 5%
Micro Finance - 1%
FMCG - 5%
NGO - 1%
Infrastructure - 4%
PSU - 1%
NBFC - 6%
Trading - 1%
Consulting - 12%
Consumer Durable - 3%
E-Commerce - 1%
Diversified Group - 3%
Energy - 1%
Commodity Trading - 1%
BFSI - 8%
Glass & Ceramic - 2%
Banking - 7%
Textile - 1%
Education &Training - 2%
Automobile - 1%
Manufacturing - 10%
Pharma - 2%
Market Research - 1%
IT, ITES & KPO - 6%
Retail - 7%
Entertainment - 1%
Healthcare - 2%
Placement 2011:
Printing & Publication - 1%
Industry-wise segmentation
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Launch with CEOs during Industry Meet Sharing the notes The World is Calling at Unitedworld
Launch with CEOs during Industry Meet
Sharing the notes
The World is Calling
at Unitedworld
Beyond the Classroom
Campus outing
HR presentation during campus placement
Girls Hostel
Convocation day, a day of celebration!
‘Houseful’ team at Unitedworld campus
Euphoria Rock Night
Retail Yatra
A different business model!
Brand shop
Ready for Star Trek?
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Cricket Tournament at Unitedworld campus
Unitedworld Cup Singapore fiesta! Have a break, have a chitchat! Winner of International Case Study
Unitedworld Cup Singapore fiesta! Have a break, have a chitchat! Winner of International Case Study
Unitedworld Cup
Singapore fiesta!
Have a break, have a chitchat!
Winner of International Case Study felicitated at campus
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Vijayawada
News Buzz
The Hindu
The Hindu
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Ground Event: AIESEC
International Case Study felicitated at campus 48 Vijayawada News Buzz The Hindu The Hindu 48 Ground
International Case Study felicitated at campus 48 Vijayawada News Buzz The Hindu The Hindu 48 Ground