Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman, Planning Commission for India.

"Provision of world-class infrastructure is necessary not only for improving competitiveness of the Indian economy but also for promoting inclusive growth and improving the quality of life of the common man".


Note: Leadership Development for Infrastructure Development and Management

The Challenge of Infrastructure

Infrastructure Development on top of Government agenda: The 12th Plan envisages a mammoth investment of USD 1 Trillion in infrastructure sector. Private sector is expected to take up 50% of such investments and its share is expected to rise further in the future plans.

  • Challenges: Government is facing serious challenges such as ensuring - appropriate Governance, faster land, environmental and other clearances, availability of long term funds, timely implementation within estimated costs, and at the same time protecting interest of all stakeholders.
  • Shortage of skills to anticipate the problems and devise appropriate solutions is the lies below the aforesaid impediments.

Need for Specialized Capacity

  • 300 IAS level Urban Infrastructure Specialists needed annually: This is the recommendation of High Powered Expert Committee (HPEC) for estimating the investment requirements for Urban Infrastructure Services (constituted by Ministry of Urban Development New Delhi) in its report submitted during March 2011.
  • Specialists required for other sectors too: Other sectors such as Roads, Power, Aviation, Seaports, Urban Infrastructure, Railways, Agriculture, Social & Rural Infrastructure are also struggling to keep pace with the expected results.
  • Engineering professionals with 360 degree infrastructure expertise: Critical areas of such as market analysis, regulatory, policy & legal compliances, financial evaluations, PPP structuring, environmental and social appraisal, legal and contractual management were so far handled by engineering professional with experience gained while implementing the projects. Now this is not enough.
  • 'Make the Infrastructure Happen':India needs a large force of technocrats with formal professional education for creating comprehensive & multifaceted capabilities. This is precisely what the program intends to create.

Programme Objective

list of subjects:.

  • Appreciating needs of Infrastructure Sectors from wider perspective of Economy & Society.
  • Structuring Financially viable and technically & environmentally feasible projects producing infrastructure services at reasonable costs.
  • Ensuring effective management of execution & efficient operations within requirements of regulatory & Governance framework
  • Dealing comprehensively with legal & contractual issues of projects and
  • Building leadership & Project Management Skills needed to manage Project

Eligibility for admission

  • Bachelor of Architecture or Bachelor of Engineering/ Technology in Aeronautical Engineering/ Agriculture Engineering/ Planning/ Civil Engineering/ Environment Engineering/ Water Resources/ Environment/ Chemical Engineering/ Oil and Paint Technology/ Petrochemical Engineering/ Plastic and Polymer Technology/ Electrical Engineering/ Energy Engineering/ Electronics Engineering/ Electronics and Communication Engineering/ Instrumentation Engineering/ Mechatronics Engineering/ Mechanical Engineering/ Production Engineering/ Automobile Engineering/ Industrial Engineering/ Fire and Safety Engineering/ Marine Engineering/ Metallurgy Engineering/ Mining Engineering from any recognized University/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade[45% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Castes (SC)/ Scheduled Tribes (ST) candidates].
  • Students appearing for final year of Graduation can also apply, but their admission will be subject to obtaining a minimum of 50% marks ( 45% for SC/ST).

Industry Ready Focus

Program focuses sharply on fulfilling needs of stakeholders such as:.

  • Private & Public sector developers,.
  • Consultancy firms.
  • Engineering & Construction firms,
  • Development & Financial institutions and
  • Central & State Govt. sponsored Infrastructure Development Boards / Corporations

General Management & leadership courses

Enabling young graduates to take responsibility of:.

  • Business Statistics.
  • Project Management.
  • Managerial Economics
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Human Resource Management
  • Financial Accounting
  • Essentials of Marketing Management
  • Introduction to Operations Management
  • Legal Aspects of Business
  • Operations Research
  • Infrastructure Planning and Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Project Management Suite
  • Business Analytics
  • International Projects & Marketing
  • Project Business Development
  • International Projects & Marketing
  • Project Risk Management
  • Project Cost management and Social Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Cases in Project Business Strategy
  • Governance & CSR

Infrastructure Development & Management courses

[Key issues of infrastructure planning, development, structuring, feasibility studies, financing and risk management within the regulatory, policy and legal environment]

  • Tendering, Bidding & Contracting
  • Public Private Partnerships.
  • Telecom Infrastructure .
  • Roads, Highways and Bridges.
  • Infrastructure Policies & Reforms.
  • Contracts and Claims Management.
  • Introduction to Power Sector.
  • Urban Infrastructure.
  • Environmental Management & Innovative Technologies.
  • Aviation and Port Management.
  • Oil and Gas Economies.
  • Land Acquisition and Rehabilitation.
  • Advanced Contract Management .
  • Water Resource Management
  • Taxation for infrastructure projects

Plus: Opportunity to complete a globally well known 'PMP' qualification from Project Management Institute (USA) while undergoing the program.

Functional Skills Development Courses

[To ensure effective appraisal, financing, execution and operation of infrastructure projects]

  • Execution
    • Safety and Quality Management systems
    • Project Execution Planning and Control
    • EPC Project procurement and commissioning
    • Management of technology in Equipment and Materials
    • Project Site Management
  • Finance
    • Project Feasibility and financing
    • Financial Management II
    • Advanced project feasibility and financial engineering
    • Advance Project Finance Structuring
    • Advance Topic in Corporate Finance
    • Financial statement analysis

Sector Specific Courses

[In-depth grasp of Engineering concepts, Techno-commercial issues, Components and main challenges of different sectors]

  • Transportation
    • Transport Economics
    • Urban Transportation
    • Railways
  • Energy
    • Renewable Energy Sources
    • Transmission & Distribution Management
    • Oil & Gas - Processing & Distribution
  • Urban Real Estate & Social Sector
    • Urban & Industrial Waste Management
    • City Housing, Townships and Mass Housing
    • Social & Commercial Infrastructure

    Note: Electives will be offered based on minimum criteria of number of students opting for such elective.

Learning Experience

Students learn through classroom lectures, field visits and academic projects. They shall interact with eminent guest lecturers from the Industry and get opportunities to attend conferences on Infrastructure development and management. They shall undertake research projects in Sem II, III and IV to identify various issues faced by industry and their possible solutions. In addition, they shall study and analyse cases of challenging infrastructure projects to develop their strategic analysis skills. The course structure covers all the infrastructure sectors described in the exhaustive list provided by the Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure, Planning Commission in March 2012, in addition to those defined by various previous committees and related organizations (Dr. Rakesh Mohan, Dr. C. Rangarajan, RBI, Income Tax Authority, IRDA, World Bank)..

Evaluation

Internal and External Quizzes, Tests, Assignments, Presentations, Cases Analyses, Research Projects.

Learning Opportunities (Club/ Committees/ Other Activities)

The students have formed their own "IM Club" to enhance their learning opportunities. In addition, they shall take active part in all the committees managed by SCMHRD students (GL, Six Sigma, Placement, Corporate communications, Marketing Club, Finance Club, Neev, Entrepreneurship Cell, PMI Pune Deccan Chapter`s Student chapter).

Key Live Projects Done By MBA (IDM) Students

1) Pune Smart City Project

SCMHRD Infrastructure Development and Management batch has once again proven their mettle by contributing largely in making Pune stand 2nd among 100 myriad cities in the country!

The students worked as part of 5 teams in all the stages starting from Preparation, Envision, Diagnosis, Co- creating and Refining, Solution and Reach out in coordination with Pune Municipal Corporation, McKinsey & Company, Pune International Centre, FICCI, NASSCOM, MCCIA, CII, Zensar Technologies, CDAC.


Students were engaged meaningfully under 5 specific teams in the smart city project:

  • Crack team: Field work related assignments, primarily into data collection and citizen interaction, during the different phases of the project.
  • Response Team: Primarily engaged in cleaning of raw data and doing initial data analysis before handing over to the Data Analytics team.
  • Data Analytics Team: All data that has been collected was analyzed by this team and helped in identifying the top 3 problem areas to work on, identified as ~ Transportation & Mobility, Water and Sewage Issues and Solid waste management
  • Creative Cell: Engaged in formulating strategies and ways to keep the citizens of Pune involved through the social media (twitter, facebook etc). Also the creative cell was instrumental in designing and implementing the story boards in the war room
  • Documentation Cell: Responsible for maintaining documented evidence for each and every activity done in the project. Essential component of the final proposal that was submitted to MoUD

The students have been a strong part of various phases covering sectors like Transportation,Water, Solid Waste Management,Safety and Security,Energy .

2) PricewaterhouseCoopers – Live project

  • Performance assessment of various power utilities across a number of Asian countries
  • The project provided the students an opportunity to get an insight of the power industry and understand the business model in detail.

3) KPIT – Live project

  • Smart transportation BRTS model for Pune city
  • Viability of the LED-DELP scheme launched by the Ministry of Power addressing environmental perks.

Summer Placements

  • SCMHRD – Summer Placements Report for MBA (IDM) Batch of 2015-17
    SCMHRD continues its strong legacy as the youngest premier business school to be ranked among the Top 20 B Schools in the country with its stellar Summer Placements this year. The adept and small batch acquitted themselves exemplarily before the impressive line-up of recruiting stalwarts this year.
  • Participation of coveted companies such as Ministry of Power, India Ratings, PwC, Wipro, Technip,Solairedirect, Cummins, Toyo Engineering, IIFCL, L&T, DMICDC, Fortress Financial Services, Cummins India, MWH ResourceNet, Gujarat International Finance Tec-city Co. Ltd among others that recruited on campus.

Summer Placement Highlights

1. More than 25 companies participated in the summer placement process with the stipend of INR 7,50,00 (Stipend mentioned is for 2 month duration)


2. First time recruiters like World Bank, Reliance Power, Kalpataru Synergy, RITES,Pramerica, Lea Associates, Capgemini, Genpact, Remondis Aqua, Tech Mahindra are testimony to the faith reposed by the corporates in the mettle of management professionals produced by SCMHRD.


3.The number of recruiters for MBA–IM batch saw a tremendous increase this year

4.Top Offers:
World Bank - 2 offers
PwC - 3 offers
Capgemini - 2 offers
Tech Mahindra - 3 offers
Technip - 2 offers
Ministry of Power - 1 offer
Reliance Power – 1 offer


5.Sector-wise Break-Up of Recruiters:


Sector Companies
Real Estate Kalpataru, Bonanza Group
IT Services Tech Mahindra, Wipro
Consulting Genpact, Capgemini, PwC, RITES, Lea Associates
Energy Ministry of Power, Reliance Power, Solairedirect
Global / National Financial Institutes World Bank
Insurance DHFL Pramerica
Oil & Gas Technip

Our Past Recruiters : SCMHRD MBA (IDM) - Past Recruiters

Final Placements

  • SCMHRD, once again beat expectations and raised the bar with the Final Placement Season 2014-16. SCMHRD witnessed stellar placements, both in terms of the compensation and the wide variety of profiles on offer. SCMHRD being one of the most trusted and revered B-Schools in the country witnessed the participation of premier business houses and corporates in this year’s Final Placements. The Batch of MBA – IM 2014-16 also saw PPO offers from companies like PwC and Solairedirect reflecting the industry’s growing faith in SCMHRD’s MBA (IDM) Program and its talent pool..

  • To read the detailed Placement Report : MBA (IDM) Final Placements Report 2015-16.

  • SCMHRD MBA (IDM) Final Placements Report 2011-13

  • SCMHRD MBA (IDM) Final Placements Report 2016-17

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2019 - 2020
MBA, MBA(IDM) and MBA (BA)
Batch 2019-2021

Semester I

Day

Date

Event


Monday & Tuesday


June 03, 2019 & June 04, 2019


Registration, Photo, Measurement, Eligibility check up

Tuesday

June 04, 2019

Commencement of Programme and Session on World Environment Day

Thursday

June 06, 2019

Orientation about Campus, Institute & SIU Departments

Friday

June 07, 2019

Opening Address / Formal Induction Programme

Friday

June 07, 2019

Commencement of Teaching & Continuous Evaluation

Saturday

June 08, 2019

Workshop on (Learning to Learn) based on Delore Commission’s four Pillars of Education (8 hours)


Friday & Saturday


June 14, 2019 & June 15, 2019


Outbound Activity(MBA)

Friday& Saturday

June 21, 2019 & June 22, 2019

Outbound Activity(MBA-IDM & BA)

Friday to Sunday

June 22, 23, 24, 2019

Art of Living session(Tentative)

Monday to Sunday

June 24, 2019 to 30 June,2019

Committee Selection for MBA

Monday to Sunday

July 15, 2019 to July 21, 2019

Committee Selection for MBA (BA) and MBA (IDM)

Friday

July 05,2019

Open house with Director For MBA/ MBA (BA) and MBA (IDM)


Monday to Saturday

July 08, to July 13, 2019

IDMP Workshop for MBA/ MBA (BA) and MBA (IDM)

Saturday to Saturday

July 27, 2019 to August 03, 2019

Placement & Admission Drive


Monday to Saturday

August 19, 2019 to August 24, 2019

Mid Term Exam

Saturday

August 31,2019

Open house with Director

Saturday

October 05, 2019

Last Working Day


Monday To Thursday

October 14, 2019 to October 24, 2019

Final Exam


Friday to Tuesday


October 25, 2019 to October 29, 2019


Diwali Vacation

Semester II

Friday


November 1, 2019

Commencement of Teaching & Continuous Evaluation


Monday To Saturday

January 13, 2020 to January 18, 2020

Mid Term Exam Sem

Monday

January 20, 2020


Open house with Director

Friday

February 21, 2020

Matribhasha Diwas

Saturday

March 07, 2020

Last Working Day

Monday to Tuesday

March 16, 2020 to March 31, 2020

Final Exam

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2019– 2020
MBA
Batch 2018-20

Semester III

Day

Date

Event


Monday


June 10, 2019


Commencement of Teaching and Continuous Evaluation


Saturday


Aug 03, 10& 17, 2019


Summer Project Viva


Friday


August 16, 2019


Open house with Director


Monday to Saturday

August 19, 2019 to August 24, 2019

Mid Term Exam Sem


Saturday


October 05, 2019


Last Working Day


Monday to Thursday


October 14, 2019 to October 24, 2019


Final Exam


Friday to Tuesday


October 25, 2019 to October 29, 2019


Diwali Vacation

MBA (IM)MBA(BA)

Batch 2018-20

Tuesday

July 02, 2019

Commencement of Teaching and Continuous Evaluation


Saturday


Aug 03, 10 & 17, 2019


Summer Project Viva


Saturday


October 05*, 2019


Last Working Day


Friday


August 16, 2019


Open house with Director


Monday to Saturday

August 19, 2019 to August 24, 2019

Mid Term Exam Sem


Monday to Thursday


October 14, 2019 to October 25, 2019


Final Exam


Friday to Tuesday


October 25, 2019 to October 29, 2019


Diwali Vacation

*As the Internship of MBA (IM) and MBA(BA) is for 3 months, we will complete 90 teaching days (including Sundays) for semester III.


Semester IV

Friday


November 1, 2019

Commencement of Teaching & Continuous Evaluation

03rd week of November to 02nd week of December 2019

Final Placement

(Specialization wise lectures will go on during this period)


Monday to Saturday

January 13, 2020 to January 18, 2020

Mid Term Exam

Monday

January 20, 2020


Open house with Director

Tuesday

February 21, 2020

MatribhashaDiwas

Saturday

March 07, 2020

Last Working Day

Monday to Tuesday

March 16, 2020 to March 31, 2020

Final Exam

Disclaimer: All the above dates are tentative in nature and are subject to change with or without prior notice.

PMRDA Town Planning Scheme Project with SCMHRD.

SCMHRD is in discussions with Pune Metropolitan Development Authority (PMRDC) on its various infrastructure projects. The various projects under the jurisdiction of PMRDA are namely the construction of Pune Metro – Phase 1 (from Shivajinagar to Hinjavadi) and the construction of 129 km of ring road under its town planning scheme, amongst others. The Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) plans to develop the first Town Planning (TP) scheme at Mhalunge-Maan on the lines of Ahmedabad model. According to officials, the PMRDA will return 50% of the land acquired from original owners and provide them double the Floor Space Index (FSI).

According to PMRDA commissioner Shri Kiran Gitte, the TP scheme will be executed in the next two years with consent from residents and the same is in process. There are around 800 owners holding approximately 719 acres in the area."PMRDA is going to emulate the Gujarat model wherein they will develop infrastructure for certain cluster areas and then rope in investors who will take it forward. PMRDA is looking at both residential and commercial investors.” 18-20 such clusters are under consideration. Students of MBA Infrastructure batch are likely to get an opportunity to work on the live projects under this town planning scheme.

Prof. Prakash Waknis, Head, Department (Infrastructure).

Email Id:

prakash_waknis@scmhrd.edu

Telephone:

020 22934304, Ext - 355
Prof. Vasundhara Sen

Email Id :

Vasundhara_sen@scmhrd.edu

Telephone:

020-22934304/05, Ext - 356