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Background

In the last two decades increased awareness about environmental degradation, global warming, climate change, and socio-economic implications of ever-increasing corporate power have brought about a radical shiftin business paradigm in India. Evolution of voluntary norms and proactive steps taken by some industry associations have brought Sustainability agenda to the fore front of business strategy and businesses are increasingly aligning their vision with national and global Sustainable Development objectives. Increased pace of industrialization all over the world, and especially in the developing countries, has resulted in unprecedented demand for natural resources, most of which are non-renewable in nature. It is a matter of concern that in the name of industrial development, communities dependent on these resources are being deprived of their only source of livelihood.

In the changed business environment, businesses have to deal with a wide range of stakeholders that have dynamically evolving,diverse, and oftentimes, conflicting demands and expectations from businesses. This complicates the business managers’ job and heightens the need to understand and appreciate the expectations of all their stakeholders and behave in a socially responsible manner. At the same time, Indian public policies too are undergoing radical transformations to meet the changing developmental needs of the country, including that of the businesses. To run their businesses in a sustainable manner, managers would also need to keep abreast of transformations in the regulatory frameworks and keep in line with policy requirements.

Achieving growth and prosperity without adding to the stress on global environment is a critical issue facing today’s business and society. Sustainability issues are dictating corporate decisions and there is a demand for MBA graduates who understand how to incorporate such issues into the decision making process. As companies try to understand, evaluate and take action on issues that can affect their triple bottom line, they are now seeking qualified individuals who understand the societal, environmental and business components of sustainability.IIM Lucknow’sPostgraduate Programme in Sustainable Management (PGPSM) responds with full understanding of the need to produce such experts and is a timely initiative to fill this gap in industry.

About the Programmme

PGPSMis a two-year full time, residential programme being offered from IIM Lucknow’s Noida campus. It is designed to help managers develop an ethos of environment and social responsibilityand equip them with holistic thinking and skills to handle varied sustainability challenges in a dynamic and unpredictable environment. The curriculum is designed to develop and hone management and leadership skills to formulate and solve problems at the appropriate scale, and help students recognize the interconnectedness of economic performance of business with coupled social and environmental systems. Studentswould also be able to produce policy-relevant results.

Specifically, the programme will focus on

1. Environmental, Social, and Economic Sustainability

2. Change-management preparation

3. Critical perspectives on policy and institutions

4. Cross-sector collaboration

5. Focus on management and policy analysis

6. Systemic linkages among environmental, social, and economic issues

Placement Prospects

With “Going Green” increasingly becoming an integral part of corporate strategy and operations, the focus of business worldwide is shifting towards ‘Triple Bottom Line’ – people, planet, profit. Companies across industries are looking at new ways to address environmental and social issues in consonance with economic ones. Sustainability issues are dictating corporate decisions and there is a demand for MBA graduates who understand how to incorporate such issues into the decision making process. As companies try to understand, evaluate and take action on issues that can affect their triple bottom line, they seek qualified individuals who understand the societal, environmental and business components of sustainability. Around the world, graduates of Business Sustainability programs/Green MBA are being recruited to fill positions related to CSR, sustainability, environmental and social well-being.

Placement of graduates of the PGPSM program would be targeted at industry, consultancies, regulatory agencies, governmental and nongovernmental organizations. Companies having sustainable business/environment/climate change/green products division, would be looked at as prospective recruiters.

Tentative Course List

1 st Year

Term I

Term II

Term III

1. Principles of Sustainable Management

1. Creativity and Innovations for Designing Sustainable

1. Strategies for Sustainable Business Management

2. Human Dimensions of Sustainability (Human Rights, Justice and Ethics)

Solutions

2. Understanding Consumer Behavior

3. Business Certification for Sustainability

2. Communication for Sustainable Management

3. Financial Decision Making for

3. Managerial Economics

SM

4. Designing (Sustainable) Organizations

5. Information Systems

4. Accounting for Sustainable Management

4. Sustainable Marketing Concepts

5. Behavior in Organizations

5. Operations Management

6. Environmental and Resource Economics

6. Environmental Law and Policy

6. Quantitative Analysis for Management

(Legal Issues in Sustainability)

7. Basic Decision Making Techniques for SM (Focus on Decision Making in Uncertain Environment)

7. Systems Thinking

 

8. Macroeconomic Environment

 

INDUSTRY PROJECT: April –June

2 nd Year

Term IV

Term V

 

Term VI

1. Research Methods for Sustainable Management (including Ethnographic Field Methods)

1. Lifecycle Management

1.

Integrated Project

2. Sustainability:

Environment Management Stream

Measuring & Reporting

3. Stakeholder Analysis

1. Energy Policy and Management

2. Carbon Finance

2. Social Entrepreneurship

and Management

 

3. Clean Technologies

3. Externalities and Externalities Trading (Carbon Trading, REC Markets, ESCert Markets etc.)

4. HRM for Sustainable and High Impact

4. Environment and

Social Risk Analysis and Management

5. Environment Finance and Sustainable/Impact

Investment

6. Public Policy Processes

and Institutions

4. Environment Impact Assessment and Environment Management Systems

5. Green Marketing

6. Green Building & Sustainable Urban Dynamics

7. Industrial Ecology and Design for

Sustainability

5. Sustainable Supply Chain Management

6. Integrated Project

7. Integrated Project

Social Stream

 

1. Financial Inclusion for Sustainable

Management

   

2. Social Marketing

3. Managing NPOs

4. Social Research Methods

5. Development Economics

6. Displacement, Asylum, Migration

Eligibility

Candidates should hold a Bachelor’s degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks (45% in

case of SC/ST/PWD category) or equivalent, with at least two years professional experience.

Admission Process

Application

September, 2014.

form

is

available

atwww.iimcat.ac.in.

The

last

date

for

application

is

30 th

Admission to PGPSM will be done based on Common Admission Test (CAT) score (GMAT

score for NRI candidates).

Contact

Prof. Sushil Kumar

+91-522-2734101

+91-8004922090

Email: sushil@iiml.ac.in

Ext: 6655

Prof. ShamamaAfreen+91-522-2734101

Ext: 6619

+91-7753838256

Email: safreen@iiml.ac.in

+91-522-2734101

Ext: 6989

Fee Structure - PGP for Academic Year 2015-17

Particulars

 

PGP-I (2015-16)

   

PGP-II (2016-17)

 
 

Term-I

Term-II

Term-III

Total

Term-IV

Term-V

Term-VI

Total

Admission Fee

50000

   

50000

       

Tuition Fee

80000

80000

80000

240000

90000

90000

90000

270000

Computer Fee

13000

13000

14000

40000

15000

15000

15000

45000

Library Fee

11000

11000

11000

33000

11000

12000

12000

35000

Books and Instructional Material

24000

24000

24000

72000

25000

25000

25000

75000

Hostel Expenses*

30000

30000

30000

90000

30000

30000

30000

90000

Student Welfare

               

Activity

5000

5000

5000

15000

5000

5000

5000

15000

Convocation

           

10000

10000

Total fee (A)

213000

163000

164000

540000

176000

177000

187000

540000

In addition to fee, the students will be required to pay the Alumni membership fee and refundable deposits towards the following:

Particulars

 

PGP-I (2015-16)

   

PGP-II (2016-17)

 
 

Term-I

Term-II

Term-III

Total

Term-IV

Term-V

Term-VI

Total

Library Deposit**

2000

   

2000

       

Computer Deposit**

3000

   

3000

       

Mess Deposit**

5000

   

5000

       

Alumni Membership Fee***

3000

   

3000

3000

   

3000

Total Fee (B)

13000

   

13000

3000

   

3000

Total Fee (A+B)

226000

163000

164000

553000

179000

177000

187000

543000

* For PGPSM, there will be additional charge of Rs. 5000/- per month towards electricity for heating/airconditioning. ** Will be refunded after adjustment of dues on completion of the program. *** Will be deposited in the Alumni Fund.

Mess/Catering expenses will be as per actual at prevailing prices, and presently approx. Rs. 2500/-

permonth. Students must make provisions for expenses for stationery, two-month summer

placement, travel and other personal needs.