Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Udaipur

Udaipur, Rajasthan
College Type
Co-Ed Status
Minority Status
Non Minority
Courses offered
2 Years
3 Years
2 Years
About Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Udaipur:

IIM Udaipur, a second-generation IIM, one of the fastest-growing management schools in the country. It was set up by the Indian Government in 2011. Taking the legacy of older IIMs forward, IIMU aspires to set new benchmarks in the field of management education by combining excellence in both teaching and research. At IIM Udaipur, we are committed to becoming a globally recognized management school by 2030 and we are inevitably on our way.

With an accomplished faculty, a flourishing research ecosystem and success in attracting the best minds of the country, IIMU is able to champion our core values of excellence and integrity. At IIMU, we challenge our students to expand their knowledge and their intellectual horizons so they emerge transformed and prepared to have an impact on the world of business and society at large.

Additionally, the Institute strives to make a real difference to the region, forging strong relationships with local NGOs and government and working closely with industry on live projects, internships, guest lectures, faculty research and many events throughout the academic year.

Udaipur, the capital of the former princely state of Mewar, evokes the same sense of heritage, beauty and grandeur as such timeless destinations as Venice and Prague. This cradle of culture and history is the perfect backdrop for IIM Udaipur.

If ever there was a place that lent itself as an environment for the kind of management education IIMU aspires to deliver it is Udaipur and Rajasthan. With this heritage, culture and location IIM Udaipur is truly where history meets the future.

About Campus:

In October 2016 IIM Udaipur re-located to its permanent campus on a 300-acre site situated in Balicha about 8 km from the old city. IIMU is the first of the new IIMs to move to its permanent campus. While construction is continuing, the classrooms, hostels, mess, library, WiFi and all other essential functions are all fully operational.

The infrastructure, facilities and classroom design create a campus that takes its place with the best in India and abroad. The campus will enable IIMU to meet the targets outlined in its Perspective Plan which calls for approximately 750 students across its programs by 2020 and 60 permanent faculty members, implementing its mission to provide leadership in research and teaching, create responsible leaders and contribute to the development of the region.

The overall design reflects the traditional fortress architecture that is a significant part of Rajasthan's history and culture. The Academic Block is at the heart of the campus with lakes on two sides and many courtyards (inspired by Udaipur's chowks) on different levels to take advantage of the multitude of views. An imposing plaza next to the water provides a central meeting place as well as a backdrop for large events.

The architecture has been designed to minimize energy consumption and a solar power farm will be built on campus to generate electricity. The arid landscape is being rehabilitated in a number of stages over several years at which point the campus is designed to be largely self-sufficient in terms of water, energy and waste management. The entire campus has been designed for a GRIHA (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment) LD 5 Star rating.

The magnificent site is characterized by sharp slopes and deep valleys. As a result, the key design principle is based on water retention and conservation. To make the campus independent in its water supply requires a sophisticated scheme for rainwater harvesting during the monsoon. A system of check dams is being put in place at strategic locations within the terrain to create several interlinked lakes. During the construction process, natural catchments have been modified and water will be directed through channels using the slope and direction of the land to be stored in the local water bodies for use throughout the year.

The overall landscaping plan is equally advanced, involving a process of clearing the site to increase run-off capacities; de-silting and re-silting areas as required to ensure better soil coverage; using contour bunds, trenches and other means to increase soil moisture; improving erosion protection; and increasing the organic content of the soil. Irrigation, when required, will utilize predominantly passive systems supplemented by limited use of active methods. In addition to conserving power and water, the campus has been planned to be a zero-waste facility, where waste will be an important resource utilizing DEWATS (Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems), vermicomposting and biogas production.

The campus will have a significant impact on the surrounding community which will reap benefits in terms of production of flora, more stable year-round grass supply and generation of a large number of jobs in maintenance and other services.

Ranking and Accreditation:

  • AACSB Accreditation
  • QS Masters in Management Ranking
  • FT Master in Management Ranking 2020
  • NIRF Ranking
  • UT Dallas Ranking
  • GBSN Membership

Top Recruiters:

Amazon, Axis Bank, Capgemini, Dell, Deloitte, Genpact, IBM, Mindtree, Sutherland Global Services, Thomson Reuters, Tech Mahindra, Wipro

Contact Us
Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Udaipur

Balicha Campus, Udaipur, Rajasthan 313001


PHONE - 0294 247 7106