A 100-acre oasis in south Bangalore, the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB), with its all-stone architecture, lush verdant woods and landscaped gardens, provides an idyllic environment to engage in management studies, academics and learning. IIMB has world-class infrastructure that facilitates excellence in teaching, research, consulting and other professional activities.
Area 100 Acres
Sports Grounds 6
Total Students 1000
- Boys Hostel
- Comp. Lab
- Medical Fac.
Students Activities & Clubs
Anveshan, the adventure and mountaineering club of IIMB, helps students stay connected with nature, and enjoy a much-deserved break once in a while. The club organizes trekking and hiking expeditions, camping, rock climbing, rappelling, white water rafting, kayaking, cycling, bike trips and night safaris in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Dhwani aims to get the best of campus musicians to practise together and perform as frequently as possible. The club puts up concerts of blues, rock, metal, alternative music genres, Indian movie and album music, folk music, electronic music and various forms of fusion music, except pure Carnatic and Hindustani classical music.
The Dramatics Club is a forum for all enthusiasts of drama to get together and promote the spirit of theatre on campus. It provides the perfect forum to perform and appreciate plays. The Dramatics Club also organizes workshops and prepares teams to represent IIMB at various theatre festivals and competitions across the country.
Dress Circle is the film and photography club of IIMB. Apart from organizing movie and sports event screenings, the club tries to tap the talents of individuals in short films, photography and ad films.
The EnI Cell nurtures entrepreneurial talent in the IIMB Community. It works in co-ordination with NSRCEL and has co-hosted events such as a ‘Sharktank’ to nudge students into exploring their entrepreneurial dreams.
The Environment and Sustainability Society aims to provide a platform for interaction and action in the fields of environment, clean energy and sustainable development. The society is pursuing initiatives such as campus greening activities and sustainability report, formation of green network of campuses, and providing students with exposure to green economy.
MaSh aims to provide students an all-round experience of marketing through industry exposure and on-campus activities. The club releases its marketing digest – ‘Panache’ – every term. It hosts workshops where industry titans share experiences with students and events such as ‘War of Sections’, ‘Mercadeo’ and more.
Networth, the finance club, organizes Animal Spirits – the Finance Championship which is a series of five high-energy, inter-section, intensely contested competitions for first-year students of the programme. The club also partners with the Forum for Industrial Interaction to conduct Finance competitions at ‘Vista’, IIMB’s annual B-school fest. Networth also helps interested companies to conduct workshops, seminars and panel discussions on campus. Networth releases a Weekly Business Digest; ‘Deal-Fix’ – a fortnightly release that captures current M&A, PE/VC investments as well as latest capital market offerings across the world; and Fin Fast Track – a guide to the latest happenings in the world of finance over the past year. Networth hosts ‘gyaan’ sessions on topics relating to finance and conducts mock Interviews for summers.
SIGMA, the Systems club at IIMB, is the focal point for IT-related activities. It acts as an intermediary between the students and the administration for all system infrastructure needs. SIGMA facilitates schemes such as the Pan-IIM laptop deal, the Peripheral deal and the Microsoft Windows and Office deal. SIGMA creates and maintains Spidi, the intranet portal for all student-related activities and student bodies on campus. In addition to Spidi, SIGMA helps various clubs such as PlaceCom in the placement process and Academic Council for the course-bidding process. SIGMA also conducts a LAN gaming event called ‘AdrenaLAN’, to encourage students interested in games such as Need For Speed, Counter Strike, Age of Empires and FIFA.
SPIC MACAY IIMB organizes classical music and dance concerts throughout the year, including the flagship event ‘Yamini’, a dusk-to-dawn concert held on the eve of Republic Day. SPIC MACAY IIMB also conducts a variety of classical music classes – violin, Carnatic and Hindustani vocal music – throughout the year. With a deep interest in promoting the arts, the club also conducts workshops on appreciating painting, weaving, sculpture and theatre. SPIC MACAY IIMB works in collaboration with SPIC MACAY Bangalore chapter to conduct these events.