Programs

IFIM College

Accredited with Grade ‘A’ by NAAC

Three-year, full-time — Affiliated to Bangalore University

The Department of Management offers the innovative and placement oriented program of professional competency viz. BBA. The department aims at the holistic formation of world-class leaders with unmatched professional competence and a strong ethical perspective and also contributes to the sustained development of men and women, implanted with a spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship.

This undergraduate program is designed to build competencies for corporate employment or higher studies. Emphasis is on developing leadership qualities, team management, communication skills, stress management, time and crises management so as to fulfill the requirements of management executives. This program requires whole-hearted involvement of the students to meet the challenges of academic schedules and assignments.

The uniqueness of BBA program is in the content, scope of syllabi, teaching methodology and evaluation. The pedagogy adopts various techniques such as group discussions, brain storming sessions, management games, transaction analysis and tackling conflicting situations. Teaching methodologies include class room lectures, industrial visits, case studies, corporate orientation and assignments.

Curriculum

Semester - 1 Semester - 2
  • Language I: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Language II: English
  • Fundamentals of Accounting
  • Business Organization and Environment
  • Quantitative Methods for Business – I
  • Management Process
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Language I: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Language II: English
  • Financial Accounting
  • Quantitative methods for Business – II
  • Organisational Behaviour
  • Production & Operations Management
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Semester - 3 Semester - 4
  • Language: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Soft Skills for Business
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Corporate Environment
  • Business Ethics
  • Business Regulations
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Language: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Business Research Methods
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Banking Regulations & Operations
  • Cost Accounting
  • Services Management
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Semester - 5 Semester - 6
  • Entrepreneurial Management
  • Computer Application in Business
  • Investment Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Elective Paper – I
  • Elective Paper – II
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • International Business
  • E-Business
  • Income Tax
  • Strategic Management/Project Report & Viva-Voce
  • Elective Paper – III
  • Elective Paper – IV
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)

Electives**

Elective I Elective II
Finance Marketing
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • Financial Markets & Services
  • International Finance
  • Stock & Commodity Markets
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Advertising & Media Management
  • Brand Management
  • Retail Management
Elective III Elective IV
Human Resource Management International Business
  • Employee welfare & Social Security
  • Strategic HRM
  • Organisational Change & Development
  • Compensation Management
  • International Marketing Management
  • International Financial Management
  • International HRM
  • Exim & Forex Management
Elective V
Information & Technology Group:
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Information Technology and Audit
  • Banking Technology & Management

*Course contents are subject to change according to the University rules and regulations.

** An elective is offered subject to a minimum number of student enrollment.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Two-year, full-time — Affiliated to Bangalore University and Approved by AICTE


The Master of Business Administration program is an internationally accepted masters level degree that imparts a strong theoretical foundation in business concepts. Besides imparting managerial knowledge, it provides practical opportunities via internships, group assignments and individual projects to test what students learn in the class by building core skills in the areas of management and leadership.

Moreover, the program enables students to develop a range of soft-skills like communication, motivation, negotiation and opens up global opportunities for career growth. Electives like Marketing Management, Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Production & Operations Management, Systems Management and Entrepreneurship Management ensures students are industry-ready and can even start an independent business after completing the program.

The subjects covered in the four semesters are:

Semester I Semester II

Core Subjects:

  • Economics for Managers
  • Organizational Behaviour
  • Accounting for Managers
  • Statistics for Management
  • Marketing for Customer Value
  • Business and Industry


Soft Core:

  • Communication Skills

Core Subjects:

  • Technology for Management
  • Managerial Research Methods
  • Entrepreneurship and Ethics
  • Human Capital Management
  • Financial Management
  • Quantitative Techniques and Operations Research

Soft Core:

  • 2.7 Innovation Management
Semester III Semester IV

Core Subjects:

  • Strategic Management & Corporate Governance
  • Projects and Operations Management

Elective Subjects

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Health Care Management
  • Banking Finance and Insurance
  • Services Management (BFIS)
  • Startups And Smes Management
  • Three Electives in Specialization Streams

Open Elective:

  • Project Work for 4 Weeks

Core Subjects:

  • International Business Dynamics



Elective Subjects

  • Finance
  • Marketing
  • Human Resources
  • Health Care Management
  • Banking Finance and Insurance
  • Services Management (BFIS)
  • Startups And Smes Management
  • Three Electives in Specialization Streams
Elective: Finance Elective: Finance
  • Indian Financial System
  • Corporate Tax Planning and Management
  • Corporate Valuation And Restructuring
  • Investment Analysis and Management
  • International Financial Management
  • Risk Management and Derivatives
Elective: Marketing Elective: Marketing
  • Retailing Management and Services
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Rural and Agricultural Marketing
  • Strategic Brand Management
  • International Marketing Strategy
  • Digital Marketing
  • Dissertation
Elective: Human Resources Elective: Human Resources
  • Learning and Development
  • Industrial and Employee Relations
  • Performance Management System
  • Strategic HRM
  • International HRM
  • Talent and Knowledge Management
Elective: Health Care Management Elective: Health Care Management
  • Perspectives on Health Care Sector
  • Management of Public Health Systems
  • Health Economics
  • Basic Management Aspects of Health Care
  • Strategic Management in Health Care Settings
  • Management of Hospital Services
Elective: Banking Finance and Insurance Services Management (BFIS) Elective: Banking Finance and Insurance Services Management (BFIS)
  • Strategic Credit Management In Banks
  • Insurance Planning & Management
  • Indian Financial System
  • Banking Technology and Management
  • International Financial Management
  • Risk Management for Banks and Insurance Companies
Elective: Startups and Smes Management Elective: Startups and Smes Management
  • Perspectives on Startups and Sme
  • Basic Management Aspects of Small Business
  • Establishment of Smes
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Internationalization of Smes
  • Management of Startups

Three-year, full-time — Affiliated to Bangalore University

The B. Com. program offered by the Department of Commerce is a three-year para professional under graduate degree program of Bangalore University and accepted well by the industry, Government and private sectors. The curriculum is so designed that it provides students best of opportunities and a launching pad for careers as well as higher studies in the area of Commerce and Trade. The department acts as a nurturing ground for the holistic development of the students, so that they make effective contribution to society. The excellent academic environment with a judicious mixture of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities empowers the students of B. Com. to thrive in a fast-paced and exciting learning environment. Classroom lectures, projects and case studies form the components of teaching methodology.

Curriculum

Semester I Semester II
  • Language I: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Language II: English
  • Financial Accounting
  • Indian Financial System
  • Marketing and Services Management
  • Corporate Administration
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Language I: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Language II: English
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Retail Management
  • Banking Law and Operations
  • Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions – I
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Semester III Semester IV
  • Language: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Language II: English
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Financial Management
  • Business Ethics
  • Public Relation and Corporate Communication
  • Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions –II
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Language: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Language II: English
  • Advanced corporate Accounting
  • Cost Accounting
  • E-business and Accounting
  • Stock and Commodity Markets
  • Principles of Event Management
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Semester V Semester VI
  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Income Tax – I
  • Costing Method
  • Elective - Paper I
  • Elective - Paper II
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Business Regulations
  • Principles and Practice of Auditing
  • Income Tax – II
  • Management Accounting
  • Elective - Paper I
  • Elective - Paper II
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)

Electives**

Elective I Elective II
Accounting and Taxation Finance
  • Advanced Accounting
  • Business Taxation – I
  • Business Taxation – II
  • Accounting for Business Decisions and IFRS
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • International Finance
  • Corporate Financial Policy
  • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
Elective III Elective IV
Information and Technology Banking and Insurance
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Information Technology and Audit
  • Banking Technology and Management
  • International Banking and Forex Management
  • Life and General Insurance
  • Risk Management
  • Marketing of Insurance Products

* Course contents are subject to change according to the University rules and regulations.

** An elective is offered subject to a minimum number of student enrollment.

Three-year, full-time — Affiliated to Bangalore University

Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is a three-year full time undergraduate program offered by the Department of Computer Applications. Students keen to join IT and financial services industry can opt for this course. This degree helps the students to get a sound knowledge of computer applications with the help of which they can have a perfect launch pad for challenging careers in the field of Information Technology. The course is designed to match the industry recruitment requirements. The college takes pride in claiming that the Department of Computer Applications has an excellent and dedicated team of faculty for nurturing the BCA students to make them industry-ready. The department has an exclusive and state-of-the-art computer lab with internet connectivity and necessary software installed to facilitate hands-on training. The placement cell of the college provides necessary guidance to students of BCA seeking career opportunities in IT industry.

Curriculum

Semester I Semester II
  • Language I: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • English
  • Problem Solving Techniques using C
  • Digital Electronics
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • C Programming Lab
  • Digital Electronics Lab
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Language I: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • English
  • Data structures
  • Database Management System
  • Numerical and Statistical Methods
  • Data Structures Lab
  • DBMS Lab
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Semester III Semester IV
  • Language: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • English
  • Object Oriented Programming using C++
  • Financial Accounting and Management
  • Operating System
  • C++ Lab
  • Accounting Package Lab
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Language: Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • English
  • Visual Programing
  • Unix Shell programming
  • Operation Research
  • Visual Programming Lab
  • UNIX Lab
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Semester V Semester VI
  • Data Communication and Networks
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Architecture
  • Java Programming
  • Microprocessor and Assembly Language
  • Java Programming Lab
  • Assembly Language Programming Lab
  • Project
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Theory of Computation
  • System Programming
  • Cryptography and Network Security
  • Web Programming
  • Web Programming Lab
  • Project Work
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)

* Course contents are subject to change according to the University rules and regulations.

Other than Bangalore University syllabus we offer some additional certification courses as follows:

  • IIT Spoken Tutorial Projects.(Subjects as listed on IIT Bombay IIT Spoken Tutorial Projects website)
  • Inhouse Certificate Courses

Three-year, full-time — Affiliated to Bangalore University

The face of journalism has undergone a drastic change in the recent years. And this change is both at the national and international levels. While the traditional print medium continues to grow, albeit at a slower pace, there have been a whole lot of newer avenues that have emerged for journalism in the electronic media. The liberalization and economic reforms have brought a huge demand for professionally trained journalists in major news channels, business channels, newspapers, magazines, websites and journals. There is an acute shortage of professionals who can deliver quality inputs on real time basis. The curriculum prescribed by Bangalore University is well designed to produce high caliber journalists as demanded by the media industry. Other than Journalism, Psychology and Optional English are also a part of the course which helps in understanding jourlism in a better way.


Bachelor of Arts - Journalism, Psychology and Optional English (BA (J))

This triple major three year degree course at IFIM College is conducted in affiliation to Bangalore University. The course is a package of three major subjects - Journalism, Psychology and Optional English, with equal essence given to each of these three majors.

This is a combination of subjects that gives the students ample opportunities for a bright future. If you want to be a Journalist, you should understand the psychology of other human beings and express in a superior yet simple lingo so that you could drive home your point. The plus point about this course is it will introduce you to Print Media, Electronic Media, News Media, Advertising, Public Relations, Cinema and Media Management. Thus the curriculum prescribed by Bangalore University is well designed to produce high caliber journalists as demanded by the media industry.

Studying Psychology will help you understand human and animal behaviors, attitude, personality, interests, intelligence etc., which will further enhance your own personality or life style/skills. After completing this course, the students can also opt to advance their career in Clinical Psychology, Organizational and Industrial Psychology, Child Psychology, Criminal Psychology, Social Psychology, Sports Psychology Counseling and other numerous areas.

IFIM College, through English Literature, introduces students to the literary world of dramas, plays, stories & essays that touch upon culture, ethnicity and society of both European and Non-European cultures. Adding to this, the students are also especially introduced to Indian Literature and taken through the journey of diverse Indian linguistic heritage.

The above combination of Journalism, Psychology and Optional English is unique in itself and highly in demand in today’s market. Therefore, the triple major course offered at IFIM College should be blindfoldedly your first choice.

Curriculum

Semester I Semester II
General English General English
Indian Languages (Kannada/Additional English/Hindi) Indian Languages (Kannada/Additional English/Hindi)
Introduction to Mass Communication Print Media
  • Communication
  • Kinds of Communication
  • Models of Communications
  • Media for Mass Communication
  • Introduction to printing
  • Nature and scope
  • Kinds of Journalism
  • Press in India
  • Review of Newspapers and Periodicals
Basic Psychological Processes - 1 Basic Psychological Processes - 2
  • The Science of Psychology
  • Intelligence
  • Learning
  • Memory
  • Motivation
  • Biology and Behavior
  • Sensation and Perception
  • Thinking
  • Emotions & Personality

Optional English - 1 Optional English - 2
  • British Literature : From Chaucer to Johnson and Facets of Language
  • British Literature : The Romantic Age and Facets of Language

Semester III Semester IV
General English General English
Indian Languages (Kannada/Additional English/Hindi) Indian Languages (Kannada/Additional English/Hindi)
Audio Visual Media Media Laws and Ethics
  • Brief History of Radio
  • Impact of Radio on Society
  • Television and Types of Television Programmes
  • History of Indian Cinema
  • Concept of Freedom of Press
  • Freedom of Speech and Expression
  • Media Laws
  • Media Acts
  • Press Council of India
Developmental Psychology - 1 Developmental Psychology - 2
  • Introduction
  • Biological Beginnings
  • Prenatal Life
  • Infancy
  • Childhood
  • Puberty and Adolescence
  • Early Adulthood
  • Middle Adulthood
  • LateAdulthood

Optional English - 3 Optional English - 4
  • British Literature : Victorian and Modern and Facets of Language
  • American Literature and Facets of Language

Semester V Semester VI
Reporting Media Management
  • News Definition
  • News Structure
  • Interview Techniques
  • Reporters and Reporting
  • Starting of a Newspaper
  • Ownership
  • Problems and Prospects of Newspaper Industry
  • Starting of TV and Radio Stations
Editing Advertising and Public Relations
  • Functions of Newsroom
  • Editing-Meaning and purpose Qualification and Responsibilities of Editor
  • Headlines
  • Advertising
  • Advertising Agencies
  • Nature and Scope of Public Relations
  • House Journals
Social Psychology - 1 Social Psychology - 2
  • Social Psychology – Definition and Scope
  • Perception and Attribution
  • Self and Self – Concept
  • Attitude and Prejudice
  • Interpersonal Attraction and Group Dynamics
  • Prosocial behavior
  • Social Problems and Social Harmony

Abnormal Psychology - 1 Abnormal Psychology - 2
  • Psychological Models of Abnormality
  • Stress and Mental Health
  • Anxiety
  • Omatoform and Dissociative Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Schizophrenia and Paranoia
  • Mood Disorders
  • Brain Disorders and other Cognitive Impairments

Optional English - 5 Optional English - 7
  • Literatures of India
  • Literatures of India

Optional English - 6 Optional English - 8
  • European and Non-European Writing
  • European and Non-European Writing



*Course contents are subject to change according to the University rules and regulations.

BBA (Affiliated to Bangalore University) + PGDM (Approved by AICTE)

It is a five years integrated course culminating in to a PGDM degree (Equivalent to MBA) of IFIM Business School. There is flexibility in the structure; one can complete the five years program without taking any break. If a person wants to pursue PGDM after gaining some work experience, he/she can do so after taking a break-of not more than two years- on completion of three years under-graduate course. The three years degree program is affiliated to Bangalore University and will lead to a BBA degree on successful completion. They will also get a certificate from IFIM B-School in recognition of their completion of a value-added BBA degree Program.

Why BBA Professional at IFIM

This is a new five years integrated program that will be run by IFIM Business School from day one. Hence, even the under-graduate program will be run on professional lines just like a mini-MBA. It is a win-win for both students and IFIM College. Students will get an intensive, focused and comprehensive five-year integrated program that will give a kick-start to their careers. The benefit for the Institution is that IFIM shall get students who can be trained and transformed in to world-class leaders over a five-year period. The Program is meant for high achievers; boys and girls who are focused on their careers. In addition to academic rigor, huge emphasis shall be laid on building well-rounded personalities. Bachelor of Business Administration Professional (BBA Prof.) is so designed that a student will be able to get his/her PGDM after five years at a cost almost equivalent to what the students pay as fees for two years’ PGDM Program.

Pedagogy, Course Credits and Pathway for PGDM

Lecture method will be supplemented predominantly by case studies, especially in respect of management courses right from the under-graduate level. Classes will be on interactive mode and use of modern technology for teaching-learning shall be encouraged. A student has to clear 104 credits at the undergraduate level as prescribed by Bangalore University. In addition, he/she has to take 42 credits of the IFIM Business School. Besides passing the University examination, a student, to be eligible for admission to IFIM Business School’s PGDM Program, has to secure a CGPA score of at least 5 at the end of third year BBA.

Curriculum

Semester I Semester II
  • Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • English
  • Fundamentals of Accounting
  • Business organization and Environment
  • Quantitative Methods for Business - I
  • Management Process
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • English
  • Financial Accounting
  • Quantitative Methods for Business - II
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Production and Operations Management
  • Foundation Course
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Additional Courses# Additional Courses#
  • Communication through Techonology
  • Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)
  • Internship
  • Industry Visit and Guest Lectures
  • Business Economics
  • Advanced Statistics
  • Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)
  • Internship
  • Industry Visit and Guest Lectures
Semester III Semester IV
  • Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Soft Skills for Business
  • Corporate Environment
  • Business Ethics
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Regulations
  • Corporate Accounting
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
  • Kannada/Additional English/Hindi
  • Business Research Methods
  • Marketing Management
  • Financial Management
  • Services Management
  • Banking Regulations & Operations
  • Cost Accounting
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities (CC & EC)
Additional Courses# Additional Courses#
  • Basics of Finance
  • Cases in Business Ethics
  • Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)
  • Field Project
  • Industry Visit and Guest Lectures
  • Social Immersion Project (SIP)/NGOs
  • SPSS
  • Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)
  • Internship
  • Industry Visit and Guest Lectures
Semester V Semester VI
  • Entrepreneurship Management
  • Computer Applications in Business
  • Investment Management
  • Management Accounting
  • Elective Paper - I
  • Elective Paper - II
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
  • International Business
  • E-Business
  • Income Tax
  • Strategic Management/Project Report & Viva-Voce
  • Elective Paper – III
  • Elective Paper – IV
  • Skill Development Course (SDC)
Additional Courses# Additional Courses#
  • Foundation Course in the area of Specializations
  • Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)
  • One Foreign language
  • Industry Visit and Guest Lectures
  • Advanced course in the area of Specializations
  • Personality Enhancement Program (PEP)
  • ERP/Six Sigma
  • Industry Visit and Guest Lectures

Electives**

Elective I Elective II
Finance Marketing
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • Financial Markets & Services
  • International Finance
  • Stock & Commodity Markets
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Advertising & Media Management
  • Brand Management
  • Retail Management
Elective III Elective IV
Human Resource Management International Business
  • Employee Welfare & Social Security
  • Strategic HRM
  • Organisational Change & Development
  • Compensation Management
  • International Marketing Management
  • International Financial Management
  • International HRM
  • Exim & Forex Management
Elective V
Information & Technology
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Information Technology and Audit
  • Banking Technology & Management

* Course titles and curriculum are subject to change as per the the decision of University rules and regulations, and Board of Studies of IFIM.

** An elective is offered subject to a minimum number of student enrollment.

# In addition to the University curriculum, the courses and activities shall be mandatory


IFIM College
Master of Commerce


The Master of Commerce program at IFIM is designed with a strong professional focus. The University courses are delivered with module extensions including work based skills and integrated with practical learning through industry interactions.

The programme offers students to collaborate with the faculty on research projects.

During the two year (4 Semesters) program students are prepared for careers in Banking, Insurance, Financial markets, Accounting and Academics.

A personal mentoring program which is an integral part of curriculum ensures that the students acquire the requisite skills and knowledge in the areas of their focus making them career ready.

The subjects covered in the four semesters are:

Semester I Semester II
  • Monetary System
  • International Business
  • Macro Economics for Business Decisions
  • Information Systems and Computers
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • SOFT CORE Communication Skills
  • Indian Banking
  • Risk Management
  • Advanced E – Commerce & Mobile Commerce
  • Business Research Methods
  • Operations Research & Quantitative Techniques
  • Business Marketing
  • SOFT CORE Micro Finance
Semester III Semester IV
  • Common Paper
  • Business Ethics & Corporate Governance
  • Common Paper
  • Commodity Markets
Elective 1 Accounting and Taxation Elective 1 Accounting and Taxation
  • Corporate Financial Reporting
  • Accounting for Managerial Decision
  • Strategic Cost Management
  • Direct Taxes & Planning
  • Open Elective*
  • Corporate reporting practices and Indian Accounting Standards
  • Strategic Cost Management -II
  • Goods and Service Taxes
  • Dissertation
Elective 2 Banking and Finance Elective 2 Finance and Banking
  • Financial Markets
  • Financial Services
  • Security Analysis
  • Portfolio Management
  • Open Elective*
  • Forex Management
  • International Financial Institutions &Markets
  • Banking Operations and Management
  • Dissertation
Elective 3 System Management Elective 3 System Management
  • Relational Database Management Systems
  • Data Communications and Networking
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Open Elective*
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Distributed Computing and Applications
  • Data Mining and Data Warehousing
  • Dissertation
* Open Elective
  • Income Tax
  • Finance and Banking

Student Testimonials

Life @ IFIM College

The life at IFIM College Campus is a fine balance of fun and study. The vibrant Campus life affects the after class and quality of living experience significantly. Our advice to all 'incoming students' is: learn the fine art of getting settled, managing the academic curriculum and then plunge into extra/co-curricular activities. The best guide is your Faculty Mentor assigned by the Principal Mentor, who has rich experience in this regard.

The environment and culture of IFIM College is geared to handle students with:

  • Dramatically different beliefs and philosophies.
  • Widely divergent expectations.
  • A high focus on academics, conservative and middle of the road approach to cultural activities.
  • Different personalities and orientations.
  • An adventuresome spirit.

Under the overall guidance, supervision & mentorship of the Principal Mentor and Chairperson (Student Affairs), the extra/co- curricular activities are designed, structured, aligned to and integrated with the academic framework. The level of independence associated with the conduct of the extra/co-curricular activities is quite amazing. But at times, the whole excitement of being independent can be dampened by an overwhelming sense of ownership & responsibility (let us gently remind ourselves that students are under training).

Each of the programmes & activities have a specific timeline, learning objectives, desirable and measurable outcomes, ensures high student participation and requires oodles of creative energy round the year. The events are successful, students are happy and the learning’s quite diverse: expect the unexpected, learn about the stages of cultural adjustment, managerial skills, language proficiency and the like.

Students at IFIM College enjoy themselves, are helped to adjust socially and this collectively impacts their overall academic performance positively. There are plenty of stress busters and culture shock relievers on Campus to get away from the mundane academic routine. Hobby societies, volunteer services, gymnasium, intra/extra mural sports are some of them.

About Bangalore University

Bangalore University located in the Garden City of Bangalore aptly hailed as the “IT capital of India” was established in July 1964 as an offshoot of the University of Mysore, primarily to include institutions of Higher learning located in the metropolitan city of Bangalore and the districts of rural Bangalore, Kolar. Initially, the two premier colleges of the city, the Central College(CC) and the University Vivesvaraya College of Engineering formed the nucleus of the Bangalore University. Soon after the establishment of the Bangalore University, as a first step in the reorganization of courses of instructions, the University introduced Honours courses in the year 1965-66.

Bangalore University has grown both in size and strength to include a large number of affiliated colleges, P.G. Centres of research and a rich diversity of programme options. In consonance with this expansion, in 1973 the University moved into a new campus ‘Jnana Bharathi’ (JB) located on a sprawling 1,100 acres of land and shifted many of its post-graduate departments to this newly established campus. At present, the JB Campus houses the administrative office a large number of post-graduate departments, Directorates, Centres of higher learning, Gandhi Bhavan, Ambedkar Bhavan, NSS Bhavan, Outdoor Stadium and other support services.

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