IRMA - Institute of Rural Management (IRMA - 2016)
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IRMA Counselling FAQ
1) Are the admissions to Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM) open to Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries and Sons & Daughters of Non Resident Indian(s) ?
At present, only Indian nationals are eligible to apply for the Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM). However, the institute is debating of making arrangements to allow Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries and Sons & Daughters of Non Resident Indian(s) to apply for its Fellow programme. You may apply for the same after a formal announcement is made in this regard.
2) What is the duration of Programme in Rural Management (PRM)?
Programme in Rural Management (PRM) is a two-year fully residential programme.
3) Whether PRM / FPRM are approved by AICTE?
Yes PRM and FPRM are approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
4) Whether PRM is equivalent to Master?
Yes, PRM is recognised as an equivalent of a master's degree by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
5) Does IRMA offer any correspondence course?
IRMA does not offer any correspondence course.
6) What are the reservation policies in IRMA?
As per the Govt. Policies for the ST/SC/OBC/PwD categories.
7) What is the number of candidates to be selected to PRM ?
The total number of seats available for PRM is 180. Fifteen percent of the approved intake is allocated for admission to Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries and Sons & Daughters of Non Resident Indian(s).
8) What are the placement activities for Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM)?
The Programme is meant to prepare scholars, teachers and professionals with doctoral education. The prospective organisations where Fellows might find challenging assignments include national level institutes of management offering post-graduate level courses in agri-business management and rural development management; national level development organisations; state and national level cooperatives; funding organisations and donors; and public policy research institutions. Six candidates from the first two batches have already joined prestigious Institutions in teaching positions.
9) What are the placement activities for Programme in Rural Management (PRM)?
Our PRM graduates are highly valued by cooperatives, NGOs, government development agencies, and national and international donors engaged in promoting rural development. The distinguishing feature of all these bodies is their willingness and ability to make effective use of young and well-trained professional managers. The five-day campus recruitment programme organised by the Campus Placement Office is held during the 5th term in second year of PRM. The jobs offered to IRMA graduates vary widely. The job offers are in areas such as planning and information systems, production management, marketing, finance, accounts, human resource development, rural development, and natural resource management.
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10) What is the duration of Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM)?
Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM) is a full time residential programme requiring a minimum of three years to complete. The maximum period within which a participant must graduate is seven years from the date of joining the Programme unless exigencies of the specific situation demanded extension.
11) What is the duration of Programme in Rural Management (PRM)?
Programme in Rural Management (PRM) is a two-year fully residential programme.
12) What will be the amount of stipend for Fellow Programme in Rural Management (FPRM 6) participants?
Every FPRM participant receives a fellowship of Rs. 14,000/- per month till they clear the Comprehensive Qualifying Examination and then Rs. 16,000/- per month and a contingency grant of Rs. 20,000/- per year for a period of 4 years. The fellowship and contingency grants are assured for four years; in deserving cases and subject to availability of funds they may be extended for the fifth year.
13) Are the admissions to Programme in Rural Management (PRM) open to Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries and Sons & Daughters of Non Resident Indian(s) ?
Foreign Nationals / Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) / Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries and Sons & Daughters of Non Resident Indian(s) can seek admission on the basis of their GMAT/ GRE Scores / CAT / XAT scores for PGDRM Subject to confirmation of AICTE.
14) What are the legal status of the Institute and PRM and FPRM Programmes?
Institute of Rural Management Anand was established in the year 1979, as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. It is registered as a deemed public trust under section 2(13) of the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950. IRMA is not substantially or wholly owned either by the Government of India or by the State. It is a self financed Institute.
IRMA is a pioneering academic institution in rural management education and research. It is committed to pursuing excellence along with creativity and integrity. PRM is recognised as equivalent to a master's degree by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU). PRM and FPRM are approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
15) Does IRMA gives any Financial Assistant and/or Scholarship?
IRMA has several prestigious scholarships for deserving Participants, which are mentioned below:
IRMA Fellowship: Currently only Participants who get a monthly gross salary that is less than the decided minimum gross salary are eligible to receive the IRMA Fellowship (provided they join the organisations that are eligible for the purpose of the fellowship). The amount of the IRMA Fellowship to an eligible Participant will be equal to the difference between the actual amount of his/her gross salary and the decided minimum gross salary. The recipient of IRMA fellowship may get a maximum of Rs. 3 lakhs during the course of 3 years. There could be revisions to these procedures. IRMA encourages Participants to work in the eligible organisations and the number of scholarships are likely to be increased.
Scholarships for SC / ST Applicants : SC / ST scholarships covering the entire costs of education of SC / ST applicants are available at IRMA. The Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India has allocated four scholarships to IRMA for SC Participants. The scholarship covers fees, non-refundable charges, lodging and boarding expenses, and cost of books, stationery, and personal computer (http://www.socialjustice.nic.in). The Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Government of India has allocated five scholarships to IRMA for ST applicants. The amount of the scholarship covers tuition fees, boarding and lodging expenses, book grant, and a one-time grant for the purchase of a personal computer (http://www.tribal.nic.in). The National Dairy Development Board also offers some scholarships to SC/ST applicants for both the years of PRM.
16) Whether bank loans are available for the PRM programme?
Educational loans are available from various banks.
The State Bank of India, Anand and Central Bank of India, Anand provides educational loans at a lower interest rate and without any collateral to candidates enrolling at IRMA.
For more information please contact:
State Bank of India, Anand
Mr. K. Biswal, Dy. Manager (Adv.), SBI, Anand
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org;
Mob. 07600037799, 07600037797;
Central Bank of India, Anand
Mr. K. C. Kapasia, Chief Manager, CBI, Anand
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