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PGDFM

Post Graduate Diploma in Forestry Management

Admission

ADMISSION

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ADMISSION

 

Admission to the fully residential two year PGDFM is open to graduates from any discipline provided he/she fulfils the eligibility criteria and qualifies through the selection process.

 

Eligibility

 

A candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (45% in case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Differently Abled (DA) (it may also be referred to as Persons With Disability (PWD)  categories), awarded by any of the universities incorporated by an Act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational  institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be Deemed as a University Under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification recognized by the Ministry of Human resource Development, Government of India.

 

Candidates appearing for the final year of bachelor’s degree/equivalent qualification examination and those who have completed degree requirements and are awaiting results can also apply. If selected, such candidates will be allowed to join the programme provisionally, only if he/she submits a certificate latest by June 30, 2016 from the Principal/Registrar of his/her College/Institute (issued on or before June 30, 2016) stating that the candidate has completed all the requirements for obtaining the bachelor’s degree/ equivalent qualification on the date of the issue of the certificate.

 

Admission Procedure

 

STEP-1: Common Admission Test (CAT 2015)

 

All applicants desirous of seeking admission in PGDFM at IIFM have to appear for Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by Indian Institute of Management (IIMs), by responding to their notification published in leading national dailies. IIFM will use the CAT score for short-listing the candidates for calling for GD/PI. IIMs have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the programme.

 

(OR)

Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT 2016)

 

Have to appear for Xavier Aptitude Test (XAT) conducted by XLRI, by responding to their notification published in leading national dailies. IIFM will use XAT score for short-listing the candidates for calling for GD/PI. XLRI have no role either in the selection process or in the conduct of the programme.


 

 

STEP-2: IIFM Application Form:

 

In addition to CAT or XAT, the candidate should also apply to IIFM separately through one of the following ways:-

 

Apply online https://www.mponline.gov.in/Portal/Services/IIFM/FRMHomePage.aspx and remit the application fee of Rs. 1000/- (Rs. 500/- for SC/ ST) through Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Net banking.

 

Apply online through MP Online authorized KIOSK Centre – (only for the students from Madhya Pradesh)

 

https://www.mponline.gov.in/Portal/UserInterface/KIOSK/AuthKIOSKList.aspx to see the list of MPOnline authorized KIOSK) and remit the application fee in cash.

 

Download  the  application form   

 

and  send  it along  with  Demand  Draft of  Rs. 1000/- (Rs. 500/- for SC/ST) with all attachments by speed post.

 

Obtain admission bulletin and the application form personally or by post by sending a Demand Draft of Rs. 1000/- (Rs. 500 for SC/ST) in favour of Director, Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal

 

 Application complete in all respect including the CAT or XAT or both (if applicable) registration number should reach IIFM Bhopal on or before:

 

For CAT applicants: 10-02-2016

For XAT applicants: 10-02-2016

 

STEP-3: Group Discussion/Interview:

 

Candidates shortlisted on the basis of CAT/XAT score, will be called for Group discussion and Interview at Bhopal, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata based on the choice of candidates, as mentioned in the Application Form. However, IIFM reserves the right on the allotment of choice of centre to the candidates.

 

Reservation

 

As per Government of India requirements, 15% of the seats are reserved for SC and 7.5% for ST candidates. For Other Backward Classes candidates belonging to the ‘non-creamy ‘layer (NC-OBC) 27% of the seats are reserved. As per the provision under section 39 of the PWD Act, 1995 , 3% of the seats are reserved for Persons with Disability (PWD)/Differently Abled (DA) candidates. The three categories of disability are:- (a) low-vision/blindness, (b) Hearing impairment, and (c) locomotors disability/cerebral palsy. This provision is applicable if a candidate suffers from any of the listed disabilities to the extent of not less than 40% as certified by a Medical Authority as prescribed and explained in the said Act.

 

The candidates belonging to categories for which seats are reserved need to note and read the eligibility requirements carefully before applying. It should be noted that while it is the endeavor of IIFM  that the candidate belonging to SC/ST/PWD(DA)/Non – Creamy OBC categories join the programme in proportions mandated by the law, they have to meet the minimum eligibility criteria and a certain minimum level of performance in the admission process.

 

Scholarship to SC students

 

IIFM is recognized as an Institute of Excellence under the Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of Top Class Education for Scheduled Castes (SC) Students offered by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. This scholarship (total 4) is available to SC category students at IIFM subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down by the Ministry. The scholarship will cover expenditure of full-fee and lodging boarding charges, books and stationary charges at a fixed rate. A laptop for eligible candidates will also be provided during their study at IIFM.

 

Scholarship to ST students

 

IIFM is also recognized as an Institute of Excellence under the Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of Top Class Education for Scheduled Tribes (ST) Students offered by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India. Five scholarships are available to ST category students at IIFM subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down by the Ministry. The scholarship will cover expenditure of full- fee, lodging and boarding charges, books and stationary charges at a fixed rate. A laptop for eligible candidates will also be provided during their study at IIFM.

 

Performance linked merit scholarship scheme

 

This scholarship scheme has been envisaged to create and maintain a competitive spirit among students, to encourage them to progressively perform well in each term. Approximately 20% of the batch will be awarded a merit scholarship of Rs. 5000/- per month from the end of the First Term. After the first term results are declared, the Institute will prepare a merit list of eligible students based on recommendation of the PFM Committee.

 

 The reservation norms for the scholarships will be as follows:

 

S.No.

Category

No. of Scholarships (approx. 20% of the batch)

1

General (GN)

10

2

Scheduled Caste (SC)

3

3

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

2

4

Non Creamy OBC (NC-OBC)

5

 

The Mandatory disclosure as per AICTE guidelines relating to admission procedure is hosted on our website.

 

Other Important Information

 

Providing inaccurate or incomplete information or malpractice of any kind or canvassing will result in disqualification of the candidate.

 The PGDFM bulletin will be dispatched to the candidates after receiving their application along with the required application fee. IIFM will not be responsible for any postal delay or loss. If a candidate, after having made a request to IIFM with the requisite money, does not receive the bulletin, she/he may enquire about it through email, phone, and Fax.

 

 Please note that admission under any category is subject to meeting the selection criteria as specified by IIFM. In case of any dispute, the jurisdiction will be the competent Court of Bhopal only.

 

Send Application to:


Chairperson, PGDFM Admission
Indian Institute of Forest Management,
Nehru Nagar, Bhopal, 462 003, INDIA


Phone : 91-755-2766603, 2775703, 2763925, 2761731, 2773799, 2776950, 2768331, 2763924

Extn:  Admission Cell 339, Manager 349 & Chairperson 388.

 

Manager (Direct: 2763466)

FAX : 91-755-2671929
Email: 
pgdfmadmission@iifm.ac.in

 

ACADEMIC FEE STRUCTURE

ACADEMIC FEE STRUCTURE

 

General Category/ Non-creamy OBC/ Differently Abled Candidates: - They are required to pay Rs 3,02,400/- (non-refundable) as the first installment on receipt of provisional admission offer. The second installment of academic fee of Rs. 1,77,600/- (non-refundable) has to be paid on or before the commencement of the second year’s academic session, i.e. before the fourth Term.

 

SC/ST Candidates: - They are required to pay an amount of Rs. 1,88,400/- (non refundable) as the first  installment on receipt of provisional Admission offer. The second installment of academic fee of Rs. 99,600/- (non-refundable) has to be paid in second year academic session i.e. before the Fourth Term.

 

Academic Fee Structure for PGDFM 2016-2018 Batch

 

First Year Fee(Rs.)

Second Year Fees(Rs.)

Total Fee (Rs.)

S.No

Components

General/NC-OBC/DA

SC/ST

General/NC-OBC/DA

SC/ST

General/NC-OBC/DA

SC/ST

1.

Tuition fee

54,000

31200

37200

20400

91200

51600

2.

Computer fee

14,400

8400

8880

2400

23280

10800

3.

Teaching material

35,760

23760

20400

10800

56160

34560

4.

Examination fee

18,240

12480

11520

7680

29760

20160

5.

Establishment fee

24,000

9600

21600

9600

45600

19200

6.

SI & Placement facilities

30,000

24000

36000

18000

66000

42000

7.

Field work/weekend field trips support

42,000

22800

27600

21600

69600

44400

8.

Library fee

12,000

6360

3600

2400

15600

8760

9.

Alumni membership

-

-

4800

3600

4800

3600

10.

Hostel rent

18,000

12000

6000

3120

24000

15120

11.

Medical purpose

6,000

4800

-

-

6000

4800

12.

Student Welfare fund

18,000

12600

-

-

18000

12600

13.

IIFM Development fund

30,000

20400

-

-

30000

20400

 

Total

3,02,400

188400

177600

99600

480000

288000

 

Academic Awards

The Chairman’s Gold and Silver medals are awarded to the meritorious students of PGDFM, based on their OGPA on Completion of the programme. These medals are awarded on the day of the Convocation. The Director’s Medal is awarded for the best Summer Internship to selected student on the day of ‘Kalptaru’.

COURSE DESIGN

COURSE DESIGN

PFM is a two-year fully residential Post Graduate level diploma programme. The three major specialized modules offered in the two years Post Graduate Programme in Forestry Management (PFM) are.

Conservation and Livelihood (C&L)

Environmental Management (EM)

Developmental Management (DM)

 

The PFM programme offers dual specialization, (i) major specialization; and (ii) minor specialization to the students.

Major Specialization

A student has to opt for one major specialization from available three specializations by opting minimum 8.0 credit courses in total (4.0 Credit compulsory and remaining 4.0 credit electives courses, from major specialization area, offered during Term V & VI ). However, the total credit to be taken in each Vth and VIth term is 6.0 credit per term. The choice of major specialization will be based on the cumulative academic performance from Term I to Term III and also the preference of the student.

Minor Specialization

A student can also have a minor specialization by opting 4.0 credit courses from available compulsory / elective courses of the relevant module chosen for minor specialization. The choice of opting for minor specialization rests with the students.

PGDFM Program Structure

Orientation

Induction programme (Two Weeks)

Credit Units

First Year

Term-I

Classroom term Compulsory Courses

7.0

Term-II

Classroom term Compulsory Courses

7.0

Fieldwork

Three weeks

0.5*

Term-III

Classroom term Compulsory Courses

7.0

Summer Internship Components

Ten weeks

2.0*

Second Year

Term-IV

Classroom term Compulsory Courses

7.0

Term-V

Classroom term (Specialized Module)

6.0

Specialized FW Module

For Major Specializations - Two weeks

0.5*

Term-VI

Classroom term (Specialized Module)

6.0

 

SCHOLARSHIP

SCHOLARSHIP

 

Scholarship to SC students

 

IIFM is recognized as an Institute of Excellence under the Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of Top Class Education for Scheduled Castes (SC) Students offered by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. This scholarship (total 4) is available to SC category students at IIFM subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down by the Ministry. The scholarship will cover expenditure of full-fee and lodging boarding charges, books and stationary charges at a fixed rate. A laptop for eligible candidates will also be provided during their study at IIFM.

 

Scholarship to ST students

 

IIFM is also recognized as an Institute of Excellence under the Central Sector Scholarship Scheme of Top Class Education for Scheduled Tribes (ST) Students offered by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India. Five scholarships are available to ST category students at IIFM subject to fulfillment of the conditions laid down by the Ministry. The scholarship will cover expenditure of full- fee, lodging and boarding charges, books and stationary charges at a fixed rate. A laptop for eligible candidates will also be provided during their study at IIFM.

 

Performance linked merit scholarship scheme

 

This scholarship scheme has been envisaged to create and maintain a competitive spirit among students, to encourage them to progressively perform well in each term. Approximately 20% of the batch will be awarded a merit scholarship of Rs. 5000/- per month from the end of the First Term. After the first term results are declared, the Institute will prepare a merit list of eligible students based on recommendation of the PFM Committee.

 

 The reservation norms for the scholarships will be as follows:

 

S.No.

Category

No. of Scholarships (approx. 20% of the batch)

1

General (GN)

10

2

Scheduled Caste (SC)

3

3

Scheduled Tribe (ST)

2

4

Non Creamy OBC (NC-OBC)

5

 

 

Student Speak : A Day@ IIFM

A typical day at IIFM generally begins at eight-breakfast means a run to the mess, a hurried bite and a jog to class, which begins at eight thirty, Classes stretch through the day, almost up to four, but each lecture becomes a forum for intellectual stimulation, debate and deep thought.

But seven hours of lectures is just one part of the day. Most would agree that the day at IIFM begins at dusk. 60 students in a batch mean that most are involved in the working of at least one of the many societies. IIFM lays great emphasis on students’ responsibility, which essentially means that it is the students who run the mess, organise activities, ideate and implement whatever they think would enrich their learning experience.

Quiz sessions, open house debates and guest lectures are often part of our evenings. Dinner follows, and with it the realization of the next day’s work. For even as we explore our talents, academic rigourrigour is not compromised. The 230-acre serene campus is the perfect setting for quiet study.

The night is generally spent with groups preparing presentations, assignments and preparation for the next day’s classes. This of course is punctuated with sudden visions of the future and arguments on hotly debated issues! And sleep? At IIFM that’s just an indulgence it’s hard to find time for!

Alumni Speak

Visit IIFM Alumni Website for more details.

Alumni Speak

Vikas Nath (PGDFM 94-96) vikas.nath@gmail.com
Founder: http://www.DevNetJobs.org http://www.devnetjobs.org/
http://www.INSouth.org http://www.insouth.org/
http://www.DigitalGovernance.org http://www.digitalgovernance.org
http://www.KnowNet.org http://www.knownet.org/
Inlaks Scholar (2000-1), London School of Economics, UK
Homepage: http://www.VikasNath.org
Current Address: 1005-160 Erskine Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada, M4P 1Z3

It is almost 15 years since I graduated from the Indian Institute of Forest Management, a fertile nursery for raising international development professionals. A unique institution it is, whose crop of graduates continues to climb up and branch out professionally, and does so by contributing back to the environment and the society.

The institute equips the students to develop a wider and longer-term perspective, which equips them to deal with the new and emerging development challenges, be it climate change, financial instability or energy crisis with relative ease.

I found the knowledge and skills gleaned from IIFM days useful in whichever role I had to perform, be it as a village worker with Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (Gujarat, India), as a Policy Analyst with UNDP Headquarters (New York) or as Head of Media and Communications with South Centre (Geneva).

The excellent information technology (IT) infrastructure at IIFM equipped me to use IT for development, allowing me to set up over 20 websites including DevNetJobs.org and DevNetJobsIndia.org , and networks such as DigitalGovernance.org which have provided technical expertise on ICT and e-governance to over 40 countries.

IIFM ties: Who's Who (India)
Jose PD (PFM 90)
Professor, IIM Bangalore
Amar Saxena (PFM 91)
AVP, HSBC, Bangalore
Varalakshmi (PFM 91)
Senior Social Development
Specialist World Bank India
Ajay Rai (PFM 92)
Executive Director
Earth Care Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
Nikesh Sinha (PFM 93)
Vice President
UTI Bank Ltd.
Srinivasan R. (PFM 93)
Professor, IIM Bangalore
Ashish Mishra (PFM 95)
DGM, Grasim Industries Ltd.
Rajen Tanwar (PFM 98)
Vice President, RMSI Pvt. Ltd.
Rohit Magotra (PFM 2000)
Chief Operating,
ekagon Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Sachin Dubey (PFM 2000)
Head Institutional Funding
Aide-ed-Action
Ashish Gautam (PFM 02)
Regional Managar
Indiabulls (Rajasthan)
Harpreet Bhinder (PFM 91)
Head Operations, Hewlett Packard
Ravi Kandpal (PFM 91)
Vice President, Deutsche Bank
Sameer Singh (PFM 01)
Environmental & Social Specialist for
South Asia International Finance Corporation,
The World Bank Group

Arun Mehrotra (PFM 90)
Head Product Development
Iffco Tokio General Insurance Co.Ltd.
Vineet Rai (PFM 94)
CEO, Intellecap Pvt. Ltd.

Manoj Dabas PFM
Founder Aravali Foundation

IIFM ties: Who's Who (Abroad)
Sarthak Kumar Pal (PFM 90)
Food Security & Livelihood Adviser
Oxfam GB in South Asia
Neel Mehta (PFM 91)
Manager, Bell Canada
Madhavan ADP (PFM 96)
Chief Technical Advisor
OXUSA fghanistan
Tanmay Chetan (PFM 97)
Chief Executive Officer
AMK (Concern Worldwide)
Sasidhar Tumuluri (PFM 99)
Investment Associate
Micro Vest Capital Management
Sunil Mallik (PFM 99)
Consultant, Enterprises Risk Services
Deloitte & Touche USA LLP
Sundar Singh (PFM 93)
Director - MIS
Brunswick General Hospital
Priank Pradeep (PFM 06)
Associate Manager
Olam International Ltd.
Kunal Mangal (PFM 98)
Faculty
Texas A & M University, USA

Academic
Shikha Kalra (PFM 03)
MBA Student
Harvard Business School, USA
Rahul Kumar (PFM 03)
Duke University, USA
Sachin Kumar B (PFM 04)
Central European University,
Hungary
Alark Saxena (PFM 03)
Yale University
Pranava Sharma (PFM 01)
Wharton Business School, USA
Pankaj Lal (PFM 04)
University of Florida, USA

Students Club

Sports

A wide range of sporting facilities are available on campus. The Institute has good facilities for indoor and outdoor sports like Badminton, Tennis, Table Tennis, Carrom, Football, Cricket and Volleyball. Intra-Institute sports Tournaments are organised regularly and the Institute participates every year in the All India Forest Sports and Games Meet organised by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India.

Cultural Activities

Kalpataru

Kalpataru, the annual festival is a gala event, hosting various literary, cultural and sports activities. Not only does it provide students with an opportunity to hone their organisational skills, but also serves as a platform for them to interact with other members of the IIFM fraternity.

Students’ Council

A student council is elected at the start of the academic session. The council comprises of a number of activity clubs which conduct extra curricular activities throughout the year. The major activity clubs, include cultural club, literary club, nature club, sports club, adventure club, and movie club.

Sports Club

IIFMites believe in sweating it out, be it in the classroom or in the sports field. The Sports Club@IIFM organizes all the sports activities on campus. It ensures that students corroborate their mental strength with physical sturdiness. Sports activities include cricket, football, tennis, volleyball, table tennis and badminton.

Adventure Club

“Life is an adventure or nothing...” is the motto of our Adventure Club, which arranges activities like rappelling, rock-climbing, monkey-crawling and rope-walking. It equips the students with skills to handle mental, physical and emotional challenges.

Cultural Club

The Cultural Club believes in infusing the students’ vision into extra-curricular activities and thus creating a fusion of expressions. Cultural activities like singing competitions, fashion shows, antakshari, celebration of festivals etc. are organized right through the year, with every month projecting at least one dimension. The Club also showcases SPIC-MACAY activities in the campus, thus serving as an interface between IIFMites and other youth across the nation.

Literary Club

Literary Club provides a platform to students to hone skills which a manager is expected to have in an organization. From debates, group discussions and case studies to quizzes and treasure hunts, it is involved in all activities aimed at flexing the mental muscle. It brings out a vibrant newsletter SYNERGY@IIFM, which has thought-provoking articles by faculty members, alumni and students.

Movie Club

The Movie Club interlude serves as a welcome relief from the monotony of studies. New releases, classics and documentaries are screened every weekend, based on popular demand.

Nature Club

The principal aim of the Nature Club is to bring the student community closer to nature and to increase awareness of environment-related issues. Through its nature appreciation trips and treks, the Club attempts to inculcate in the students a feeling of being part of the whole, and thus claiming responsibility for one’s actions.

Alumni Relations

The alumni affirm their links with the Institute through the IIFM Alumni Cell and the IIFM Alumni Association. The Alumni cell holds an annual Convention; Groups meet regularly in all major cities of the country. IIFM brings out a newsletter called Synergy@iifm, which acts as a channel of communication between alumni and students. The alumni cell also runs an Internet list server which acts as a forum for frequent discussions on contemporary academic and professional issues.

Awards Instituted by IIFM

Director’s prize for the best student is an academic award given to the student with the best academic performance. Best all rounder award (one male & one female) is given to the student for overall achievement in academics, sports and extra curricular activities. These awards are given on the day of ‘Kalpataru’.

Anti-Ragging Policy at IIFM
The Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM) Bhopal is a premier national institution striving continually to achieve excellence in environmental and natural resource management education. IIFM endeavors to create highly motivated professionals by providing world class education in an enabling and enlightened environment that apart from fostering technical excellence, enshrines core life values of truth, integrity, respect for human rights & dignity, compassion and cooperation. IIFM has always prided itself in having a culture of academic excellence where people nurture each other through mutual camaraderie and cooperation. In this backdrop, IIFM views ragging as a highly despicable and aberrant activity that has no place whatsoever in the institute’s academic environment. The institute therefore pursues a Zero Tolerance policy towards ragging.

What Constitutes Ragging?
Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:

  • any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student;
  • Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student;
  • asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student;
  • any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher;
  • exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.
  • any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students;
  • any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person;
  • any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student;
  • any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.


Anti Ragging Measures at IIFM
IIFM has taken strict measures to prevent ragging and monitor student activity to ensure that the IIFM campus remains free from any incident of ragging. Some of the key measures taken by the institute include constitution of anti-ragging committee and anti-ragging squads, surprise checks, keeping a constant vigil, orientation of students, staff and contractual staff about ant-ragging measures.

How to Report Incidents
If any individual believes that he or she has been subjected to ‘ragging’ (as outlined in item 2 of this leaflet) or has knowledge of any such incident, such person (who may have a victim or has otherwise observed / known about “ragging”) shall report the same orally or file a written complaint with the Chairperson of the Anti-Ragging Committee or member of the anti- ragging committee who can then contact the Chairperson of the Anti-Ragging Committee for action.

Enquiry Procedure
Complaints so received will be investigated by the Anti-Ragging Committee of the Institute or if required by any other duly constituted enquiry committee / institutional body constituted /authorized by the Director of the institute for the purpose. All complaints/reported cases of ragging will be investigated in such a way, so as to maintain confidentiality to the extent practicable under the circumstances. The investigations should start maximum within 3 days of reporting of the incident and reports finalized by the ‘Enquiry Committee’ pinpointing the involvement of the defaulter along with recommendations relating to the punishment will be submitted to the Director of the institute maximum within a period of 4 weeks from the filing of the complaint.

Contact Information
Any student can get in touch with the Chairperson/Members of the Anti-Ragging Committee using the following contact details:

Prof A K Dharni
Chairperson of the Anti-Ragging Committee

Personal Meeting
Office Room 69 – (Main Building)
Wardens Office – (Student Hostel Complex)

Telephone
Office Intercom – 457
Warden’s Office Intercom – 433
Wardens Residence Intercom – 428
Residence Landline: 2671055
Email: akdharni@iifm.ac.in

Members of Anti-ragging Committee:

Prof. Capt. Anil Khare
Office: Room 56, Intercom: 463
Email: captakhare@iifm.ac.in
Dr. C.P. Kala
Office: Room 86, Intercom: 461
Email: cpkala@iifm.ac.in
Dr. Ashutosh Verma
Office: Room 89, Intercom: 370
Email: ashutosh@iifm.ac.in
Dr. Yogesh Dubey
Office: Room 45, Intercom: 388
Email: ydubey@iifm.ac.in
Dr. Bhaskar Sinha
Office: Room 17, Intercom: 462
Email: bsinha@iifm.ac.in
 

For contact details of faculty members, please refer to the institute telephone directory which is available in the hostel.

Placement Brochure 2016

Placements 2015

Indian Institute of Forest Management Bhopal (IIFM) concluded final placement for 2013-2015 batch of Post Graduate Diploma in Forest Management (PGDFM) and have successfully achieved 100% placement for a batch of 73 eligible students with an average of 2.4 job offers per student.

The Placement 2015 had numerous organizations participating in the placement including State Bank of India, Axis Bank, ICICI bank, SKS Microfinance, CARE India and WWF

OVERALL PLACEMENT FOR PFM 2013-15

No. of organizations offering jobs through Campus Placement 32

No. of jobs announced 177

No. of organizations (Finally Placed) 22

Annual CTC (in INR/ Annum)

No. of students with CTC more than 7 lakh. 18

No. of students with CTC between 6.1 & 7 lakh. 16

No. of students with CTC between 5.1 & 6 lakh. 32

No. of students with CTC below 5.1 lakh 05

Opted out of placements 02


The Companies offering placements this year were as follows:

S.No.

Company

TYPE

1

ICICI Bank

Banking and Finance


2

SKS Microfinance





3

Grameen Koota





4

Annapurna





5

Sahayog Microfinance





6

Axis Bank





7

SBI





8

India Finserve





9

Microsave





10

IFMR Capital

Consultancies



11

Sutra Consulting





12

NABCONS





13

C-TRAN





14

AC Nielson





15

NCDEX

Corporate



16

MAVERIC





17

Rajasthan Gramin Ajeevika Vikas Nigam

Government Rural Development Agencies

18

MPSFDC





19

MPFD





20

Odisha Livelihood Mission





21

Jharkhand State Livelihood





22

MP Tiger Foundation





23

MP Minor Forest Produce





24

Maharshtra State Livelihood Mission





25

Vrutti

NGOs




26

Teri Sustainable Development





27

Teri Green Growth





28

PRADAN





29

WWF





30

CEE





31

Care India





32

FES