The following is a jpg version of the application form found at http://www.phfi.org/downloads/pdf/Application%20form%20-%20PGDPHM.pdf.
See http://www.phfi.org/downloads/pdf/ for various other PHFI and IIPH documents and forms. They are not properly linked from the homepage.
May 16th, 2010
Note that currently this program (PG Diploma in Public Health Management) is not offered by AIPH Bhubaneswar. Currently AIPH offers a certificate in Public Health Management, PG Diploma in Public Health Informatics and MPH (in collaboration with Ravenshaw University).
May 4th, 2010
The details of the course is at http://www.immt.res.in/academic/. It looks like a very good program to pursue and should lead to jobs in the various mining and mineral processing plants (including steel and aluminum plants) in Orissa. Following is the program structure.
Duration : The PG Diploma programme will be of one year duration, consisting of two semesters. Both theory classes and practical demonstrations will be taken up during the 1st semester for six courses. During the 2nd semester, the students will be carrying out project work.
||Comminution, Classification & Agglomeration
||Surface Phenomena & its Application
||Environment & Waste Treatment and Corporate Social Responsibility
||Computer Application in Mineral Processing
||Specific Area Measurement
| Size separation
||Fine particle separation
PROJECT WORK & PROJECT REPORT SUBMISSION
Project work to be carried out either at IMMT for students enrolled in ‘non-sponsored’ category or at respective industries for students enrolled in ‘Sponsored’ category.
May 5th, 2009
Sambada reports that Enrepreneurship development Institute (EDI) of India located at Ahmedabad is interested in opening a branch in Orissa and has asked for 15 acres of land near Bhubaneswar. This is a great institute and the Orissa government should help them and get them as soon as possible. Following is Sambada’s report.
Samaja has a different take on the news. It says the central government wants to establish an EDI in Orissa.
June 29th, 2008
Following is an excerpt from a report in New Indian Express.
Leading business weekly ‘Dalal Street Investment Journal’ (DSIJ) has zeroed in on city-based Asian School of Business Management to launch a post-graduate programme in investment portfolio management, the first of its kind in the country.
The journal, owned by Ramdeo Media Enterprises, will provide the course content and other expertise. ASBM … Both the organisations signed an MoU on Thursday to launch the course. It would first be offered in ASBM’s upcoming Hyderabad campus and later on here.
… the magazine had approached ASBM to leverage on its core strength and run the programme which would eventually meet the increasing demand for qualified professionals in the expanding equity market. A recent report by the journal had, in fact, highlighted the acute shortage of managers in handling the swelling base of investment portfolio.
Signing the agreement, director (marketing) Deepak Jhangiani too highlighted the manifold growth of the investment community in the country which has expanded to the tune of 3.2 million within a short period.
As per prediction, about 1,000 mutual fund companies are expected to come up in the subcontinent. The course will stretch over 18 months and have six months of internship programme in investment firms.
April 4th, 2008
August 19th, 2007
Following are some excerpts from a Business standrad report on this.
Asian School of Business Management (ASBM), one of the premier business schools of Orissa today a Post-graduate Programme in Banking, Insurance and Financial Services Management (PGPBIFSM).
The programmed is tailored to meet manpower requirement in these sectors. …
The director of ASBM Biswajit Patnaik said the PGPBIFSM course aims to bring appropriate balancing of banking, insurance and financial services. It is the only B-school focussing on the sectoral programmes, he claimed.
The school had launched the retail programme management earlier.
The new course contents 90 hours of elective study and 150 hours of soft skill development along with the foundation courses, specialisation and super specialisation programmes.
August 15th, 2007
July 19th, 2007
You may recall that ICICI bank recently (on May 24th) signed an MOU with the Orissa government and also another one with Utkal University. The later was about starting courses whose graduates would most likely be hired by ICICI. They have moved fast and today there is an advertisement for a one year P.G. Diploma in Banking and Insurance Management offered by DDCE Utkal University in collaboration with ICICI bank. The filled forms, supposed to be available at a DDCE site (not available yet though), is due 20th June 2007 and the entrance exam to select 60 is on 1st July 2007.
Continue Reading June 6th, 2007
Tathya reports that ICICI will collaborate with Utkal University to start courses in banking and insurance. I guess this will be mutually beneficial to both Utkal University and ICICI. The later will get a good pool to hire its employees. More about ICICI’s plan in Orissa is at this sister site (direct link).
May 26th, 2007