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  1. BALANGIR:An RTI activist has challenged the State Government’s stand that the Centre was not willing to set up IIM in Western Odisha due to lack of air connectivity. The RTI activist of Balangir, Hemanta Panda, who had sought information in this regard, claimed that there is no guideline which would hinder establishment of IIM in this part of the State. Read at: RTI Activist Dares Govt Over IIM Issue - The New Indian Express
  2. Dear members, My first post here, I will do the introductions later I need some assistance in filing an appeal to an RTI appellate authority. Some context: I am not satisfied with my scored achieved in the common admission test in November 2011, for which the results were published in Jan 2012. The purpose of filing this RTI is two-fold - Firstly, to determine exactly how well or badly I have done in the examination, and secondly, for some transparency in the entire process. Some background information: The Common Admission Test (CAT) is a prerequisite for entry to the Indian Institutes of Management and many other business schools in India. Since 2009, this examination has been computer based (though not computer adaptive). Many aspects of the examination (Including actual conduct of the examination) has been outsourced to Prometric, a multinational specializing in such tasks. There has been a total lack of transparency in the entire evaluation process. Firstly, the examination is held over several days. The examiners have refused to confirm that questions may repeat across multiple sessions/days. They have only imposed a non disclosure agreement on the candidates. However, you yourself may judge the effectiveness of this when there are in excess of 200,000 test takers. Secondly, the scoring. In the good old days of pencil and paper tests, a candidate recieved a certain number of marks (say 3) for correct answers, and some marks (say 1) were deducted for incorrect answers. In due course, the IIMs would release an answer key. The candidate could, thus, tally his answers with the key and check if the score is roughly equal to what it should be. If it isn't, the candidate can choose what to do about it. Nowadays, only section-wise scaled scores and the total score is provided. The exam conductors, Prometric, have repeatedly stated that , But they refuse to tell us what equivalence (formula) was used, and how they arrived at it. More importantly, a candidate has absolutely no idea of how many questions he got right and wrong. Steps taken: First, I e-mailed a candidate helpline address asking for information. I have attached it, with the reply I received. The reply which refused to answer the questions, but told me to contact catcentre@iimcal.ac.in. I contacted the aforesaid e-mail address, asking them how to file the RTI. There was no response. Thus, I decided to file an RTI application. Since IIM Calcutta was responsible for conducting the CAT this year, that is the place I chose to begin filing the application. A google search revealed this page. The proforma is given here. Even though they accept online applications, I sent it by courier. (Perhaps it should have been sent by speed post/registered post, but that is not the point of contention.) I have attached the RTI query as an attachment. Now some points: 1. The courier was accepted by IIM Calcutta on Feb 16. When no information was forthcoming, on March 30, I sent an e-mail reminder to the PIO. He replied that the query had been forwarded to the concerned department, and told me that a reminder would be sent to them. The mail containing refusal to supply the information came only on April 10. My first question: Can any action be taken against the people concerned for the delay in replying to the RTI? 2. The reply that came on April 10 by e-mail was as follows: Some points come to my mind: a) Is it possible that I mentioned the incorrect department in my RTI application? As an outsider, I do not have detailed information on the internal workings of the institute. Is it mandatory for the applicant to know the right department? Or is the PIO responsible for forwarding it to the right department? b) More likely, in this case, the issue is that Prometric, and the IIMs are playing pass the parcel. The IIMs may say, if probed, that the information is not with them, and is with Prometric. Prometric, not being a government entity, is not covered under the RTI act. This is conjencture on my part, but is a plausible conclusion. I have decided to file an appeal to the appellate authority(as I have nothing to lose), and would like the help of the community members in drafting it. They don't seem to have any specific format for this. I know that other people have filed similar RTIs, but am unable to get their names/contacts for obvious reasons. I would now like to share some online references regarding this matter. * In 2009, when the exam was first conducted online, the then convenor of the CAT Committee had advised the candidates to file an RTI application - Want your CAT score re-evaluated? File RTI - Times Of India * This mentions some general advice, which I've roughly followed : Not Satisfied With CAT Scores - What To Do After CAT? * A directive from the Central Information Commission stating that 'Answer keys must be shared under RTI': Answer keys must be shared under RTI - Times Of India * A news report saying that it is unlikely that the IIMs would reveal information, but also Prometric's willingness to share information in response to RTIs : CAT aspirants' RTI efforts may go waste - Economic Times. * An article mentioning some RTIs filed: 4 RTI appeals filed over CAT scoring - Times Of India * A thread on this forum on a related matter - The awarding of the tender to Prometric : http://www.rtiindia.org/forum/32954-iim-holds-back-information-rti-applicant.html Also, the first appeal can be filed online. Is there any point in mentioning any of the above references, particularly quoting the director of the CAT committee, and the CIC directive? Should I mention the conversation with the Prometric folks? RTI_doc_copy.docx prometric_conv.txt
  3. jagatease

    RTI Reply Search

    I want to find out the unfilled seats in IITs, IIMs and the Medical Colleges across India in the past 5 years. Filing individual RTIs now would be time consuming, and I'm sure multiple RTIs must have been filed in this regard previously. Where do I find the replies to the aforementioned RTIs ? I have searched as much as possible. Please help.
  4. ketan.bhatt

    Victim of fake hearing at CIC

    Hello. I am victim of fake hearing at CIC. Since then, commission is not scheduling my second appeals and complaints which have been pending since very long (~2 years). Please help. Thanks.
  5. As reported by Charu Sudan Kasturi in hindustantimes.com on 19 February 2011: Criteria fixed after results, admits IIM - Hindustan Times Criteria fixed after results, admits IIM The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad on Friday accepted that it hid its eligibility criteria till Common Admission Test scores were disclosed, bolstering charges of foul-play made by several CAT toppers eliminated because of hidden pre-test cut-offs. The IIM-A confession, in reply to a right to information (RTI) Act query, is likely to provide further ammunition to about 75 CAT toppers planning to file a writ petition in the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the second stage of IIM admissions. The second stage of admissions at many IIMs starts from Saturday. These students have not been short-listed for the second stage because the IIMs either changed eligibility rules after the test or used criteria that were never disclosed before the test, as was revealed by HT on February 9. These criteria —Class X, XII and undergraduate marks — ruled out these CAT toppers from the second stage of IIM admissions despite aggregate and sectional CAT scores over the cut-offs set. “The eligibility criteria for shortlisting candidates for Personal Interview [the second stage of admissions] were decided after publication of the CAT notice, were finalised on January 2, 2011. The date on which they were published was January 12, 2011,” the RTI Act response from Diptesh Ghosh, chairman of the IIM-A admissions panel states. The students, who have now petitioned HRD minister Kapil Sibal, are arguing that they would never have applied for the CAT had they known they stood no chance. “Why have the IIMs wasted a year of our life, our money, time and our sacrifices,” questioned IIT Roorkee graduate Aditya Narang.
  6. As reported by Adam Halliday , Anubhuti Vishnoi in indianexpress.com on 18 October 2010: IIM-Ahmedabad facing RTI IIM-Ahmedabad facing RTI ‘pressure’, both within and outside It’s not just the many government offices and babus who cannot stop complaining about the additional work burden that the Right to Information Act has brought for them. The RTI ‘pressure’ has vexed IIM-Ahmedabad so much that it was on the agenda of its Board of Governors’ meetings more than once. The institute has finally decided to put RTI queries under greater scrutiny and direct discretion of its Director. The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) have been facing a number of RTI queries, more so since the CAT’s switch to the online version ran into trouble last year. With thousands of students affected, RTIs were filed with the IIMs on the issue. IIM-Ahmedabad, incidentally, was the coordinating institute for CAT 2009 along with IIM-Bangalore. CAT apart, a number of RTIs are being filed by students who failed to get an interview call, and others who wanted the CAT scores to be declared. The Central Information Commission (CIC) had also recommended that CAT scores be disclosed. Information — incidentally also sought by The Indian Express under RTI — has shown how keenly IIM-Ahmedabad feels the heat with an increasing number of RTI applications before it. The IIM feels that not only is the RTI being used by its own employees to publicly air their grievances but also that several queries could compromise with the commercial and operational interests of the institute, both nationally and internationally. The minutes of the BoG meetings accessed by this newspaper under the RTI Act show that in the meeting dated March 27, 2010, under the section “matters pertaining to the institute”, it was noted that the “pressure of RTI applications continues from within as well as outside the institute”. This “pressure” disturbed the institute so much that the issue was on the agenda of its Board of Governors’ meeting twice in a row. In the next BoG meeting, held on May 20, 2010, the “Board expressed concern on the increasing request received by the institute under the RTI Act, 2005. Many of the requests appeared to be prompted by vested interests. Some of the information collected was being quoted out of context in the media. This could cause avoidable harm to the institute. It was decided that the director should use his own discretion in providing information on RTI queries, and the Board would support his decision”. The IIM had even sought legal opinion on the possibility of seeking exemption from the RTI in 2006 from K S Nanavati as well as a chartered accountant. While Nanavati had backed IIM-Ahmedabad’s exemption argument, CA Nayan Verma had not. The IIM had forwarded the opinions to the Human Resource Development Ministry last year in a last-ditch effort, failing which there was a call for greater scrutiny. Professor B H Jajoo, Dean of administration and institute programmes at the IIM, said there were three main reasons prompting the move to streamline the RTI process. “The most important reason is that many foreign institutes and Indian and foreign entrepreneurs wishing to set up private business schools have applied for information using the RTI. These applicants ask for everything, including course material, course costing, budgets and even the size of the classrooms, as specific as how many square feet is a classroom in IIM-A. Since we are a publicly funded institute we have to have the RTI in place, but this kind of information is not in the interest of any public institution of repute. It will a compromise with our competitiveness,” he said. The second reason is that as IIM-A staff are conventionally not familiar with the working of legislation and government regulations like the RTI Act, they end up spending a lot of time compiling information for the RTI replies. “We have wasted tremendous man-hours compiling data to answer queries specifically, which is not required under the Act. The CIC has also agreed with us on this. Now, we provide the necessary documents but leave the task of sorting out with the applicants,” he said. The third reason is that “employees are misusing the RTI to settle personal grievances,” he said, adding that the current PIO, K S Joshi, “has been harassed many times”. “There are other channels through which employees can register their grievances, but many choose to misuse the RTI,” he added. He said the BoG’s decision does not mean that the PIO or the Appellate Authority have been relieved of their duties, but that the Director is actively involved in the way applicants are handled and answered.
  7. As reported by Hemali Chhapia at economictimes.indiatimes.com on 2 Mar 2010 MUMBAI: The Common Admission Test (CAT), which began in December, officially ended on Sunday with the Indian Institutes of Management declaring the scores of lakhs of candidates who took the entrance examination. Of the 2.41 lakh students who sat for the exam, 11 of them scored a perfect cent percentile; in absolute numbers, they all were marked close to 300 out of 450. IIM-Ahmedabad convenor Satish Deodhar remained incommunicado. If some were happy with their absolute percentile , several students complained they were not. Arks Srinivas, head of Time, a coaching class, said there was a lot of ambiguity among students about the marks they had scored in the verbal section. Manoj Saigal, director, MBA Pace, another coaching class, echoed what several of his students felt, when he said, “Most students know where they've goofed up. So their expected score can't be far from the actual achieved marks. But in several cases, the difference is large.” Several students plan to file right to information (RTI) applications . “I expected to get a lot more that what I got. I am sure there was some problem with the assessment,” said a Chennai-based candidate. His feelings were shared by many. A heated discussion on students’ scores and their expectations was live all of Sunday on a popular MBA site, Pagalguy. Candidates also spoke of how they found it difficult to access CAT results. Scores were to be declared at 3 pm, but candidates could finally see their scorecards on the site only by 6 pm as the computer servers could not shoulder the traffic. As reported earlier by TOI, IIMs did not give out call letters this time with the scores. As an admission chairman said, “We got the scorecards from IIM-A only on Saturday. We started processing all the information based on our selection criteria after that. We will give out call letters by either Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning.” IIM-A , which coordinated the CAT and also manages the admission for IIM-Shillong , put out the list of short-listed candidates , for both the campuses. IIM-A has called 1,200 candidates for its 409 seats and IIMShillong has shorlisted 1,000 management aspirants. Interestingly, IIM-A’s call letters only mentions a date for a personal interview; there was no clarity on whether the premier management institute had decided to do away with essay writing, a component it introduced when group discussion was done away with. Source: Students to file RTI over CAT ?goof-ups ?- Education-Services-News By Industry-News-The Economic Times
  8. As reported by K Venkateshwarlu in thehindu.com on 16 October 2009: The Hindu : Andhra Pradesh News : IIM holds back information to RTI applicant IIM holds back information to RTI applicant IIM rejects application taking refuge under exemption clause, Section 8 (1) (d) of the RTI Act Applicant quotes Jharkhand High Court saying tenders, once awarded, were public documents HYDERABAD: Indian Institutes of Management may have carved out a niche for themselves for imparting the best management skills in the country, but when it comes to parting with information, they seemed to be as reluctant as any staid government office. An RTI enthusiast, Rakesh Kumar Dubbudu, found this the hard way. The IIM, Ahmedabad, has just rejected his application filed under Right to Information Act seeking full information on award of contract to Prometric for conducting the online Common Admission Test for the IIMs. While refusing to provide copies of tender documents, complete file noting and reasons for selecting Prometric over 13 other companies, the IIM, Ahmedabad, took refuge under the exemption clause, Section 8 (1) (d) of the RTI Act. Violation of Act Mr. Rakesh argues that invoking this Section was absurd and in blatant violation of the RTI Act as tender documents were public documents once the tender was awarded. “They do not hamper the competitiveness as the process is over. In fact they will actually provide the citizens information to evaluate the system of governance and how they arrive at decisions in finalising contracts.” In support of his argument, he cited the orders passed by the Central Information Commission and the Jharkhand High Court in similar cases. The CIC had held that a “contract with public authority cannot be categorised as ‘confidential’ after completion…. Had it been a case of quotations, bid or tender or any other information prior to conclusion of a contract, it could be categorised as trade secret, but once concluded the confidentiality of such transactions cannot be claimed….” The Jharkhand High Court Bench, in its judgment said: “prima facie, we are of the view that once a decision is taken in the matter of grant of tender, there is no justification to keep it secret. People have a right to know the basis on which the decision has been taken … tender documents cannot be kept secret, that too, after tender is decided and work order is issued.... If the authorities refuse to disclose, the very purpose of the Act will be frustrated…” Complaint filed Disappointed with the response from the premier institute, Mr. Rakesh has filed a complaint with the Central Information Commission besides the First Appeal. “The elite institutes cannot behave in a way that is detrimental to the spirit of RTI. The contract, after all, involves huge public money”.
  9. Atul Patankar

    They teach MBA sans MBA!

    As reported by M K Ashoka at bangaloremirror.com on January 17,2010 Majority of the faculty members of IIPSM, VTU’s extension centre, teach MBA students despite not holding an MBA degree; VTU sought academic details in Aug 2009, but the institute has yet to submit the same An MBA institute whose faculty members do not have an MBA degree. This is the plight of International Institute of Productivity Science & Management (IIPSM), an extension centre of Visvesvaraya Technological University, Padmanabhanagar. As many as 120 students have enrolled for the MBA programme at IIPSM. On complaints that a majority of the faculty do not have an MBA degree, the VTU sent a committee to the IIPSM in August last, whose report confirmed its worst fears. Later, the varsity asked the institute to submit the academic credentials of all its faculty members. It is still waiting for the latter’s response. NOT FIT TO TEACH The report, a copy of which is in the possession of Bangalore Mirror, says, “Although a list of 23 faculty members was submitted (to the committee), only 7-8 are found to have been teaching. Further, the faculty profile reveals a vast majority of them do not have an MBA degree which makes them ineligible to teach.” The committee has found a “lack of seriousness and commitment on the part of the extension centre to carry out an academic programme”. It has listed out eight points clearly mentioning that the course is not found to be running satisfactorily. “The infrastructure is very poor and not befitting an extension centre of the university. The premises where the centre is being run is a residential building and most unfit for running an extention centre,” the committee report has said. ANSWERS SOUGHT On receiving the report, VTU registrar Prof K V A Balaji issued a notice to IIPSM director M R Ramsay seeking explanation on these shortcomings within seven days. The university also sought to know why the extension centre should be allowed to continue. Interestingly, the registrar had replied to an RTI query on Jan 4, 2010 that the VTU had asked the IIPSM to submit the academic credentials of all the faculty members. When asked about it, he said, “A committee recently visited the IIPSM. It is in the process of preparing the report. As soon as the report is ready, it will be submitted to the university and action taken accordingly.” MIGHT SHUT CENTRE Stating that the other extension centres of VTU are doing “extremely well”, he admitted that the problems are only with the IIPSM. “We are concerned about the reputation and credibility of VTU. We will close the institute if the committee comes out with a report that requirements have not been met,” said Prof Balaji. Asked how the VTU would deal with extension centres, Prof Balaji said, “In future, while according permission to extension centres, we will thoroughly check the credentials of persons who are going to start it.” After Kincha took over as vice-chancellor of VTU, not a single extension centre has been granted, he said. When contacted, Ramsay said, “It is a university matter and the media has no right to investigate.” Later, he said there are no flaws in the IIPSM. Source: They teach MBA sans MBA!, News - City - Bangalore Mirror,Bangalore Mirror
  10. IIM-A study praising Lalu’s Railway turnaround was paid for by Lalu’s Ministry Responding to an RTI application filed by The Sunday Express, Ministry reveals: For 26-page report on ‘turnaround,’ IIM-A was paid Rs 4 lakh plus research expenses plus overheads; author was hosted by Railways across the country. It was IIM-A which rolled out the red carpet for Lalu after which Harvard, MIT came knocking NEW DELHI, JUNE 23:The “critical appraisal” by the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, on the “turnaround” of Indian Railways, which sang paeans to Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav’s “astute understanding The amount: Rs 4 lakh plus service tax plus “expenses of research assistance, computer usage and overheads at IIM-A/Ahmedabad.” The author of the study, IIM-A professor G Raghuram, was also provided “rail travel (complimentary passes)/air travel, accommodation (rest house), local hospitality, data covering and analysis support.” This fact has been revealed by the Ministry in a reply to an application filed by The Sunday Express under the Right to Information Act this month. Raghuram’s report doesn’t mention this sponsorship. The Ministry says that the Railway Staff College, with IIM-A, conducted the study and the “deliverable” is a “case study along with teaching note to be used as training material.” Significantly, this report was ready in September 2006 — the study began in May that year — and IIM-A rolled out the red carpet for Lalu on September 18 when he visited the campus, catapulted to the status of a “management guru.” It was after Lalu’s appearance at IIM-Ahmedabad that delegations from Harvard Business School, Wharton University, Boston University, American Defense Institute, U.S. Financial Services Industry Study Group, MIT’s Sloan business school visited Indian Railways to hear the “turnaround story.” “There are many studies we do at the institute where the subject pays for the cost,” Raghuram told The Sunday Express. “The payments are made to cover the costs and the faculty’s time. Even in this case, the payment made was not huge.” When asked about the propriety of asking a subject for funding when the study is a “critical appraisal” of the subject, Raghuram said: “A study sponsored by a subject does not necessarily compromise its objectivity. As academics, we also don’t want the objectivity of a study to be influenced. I had been wanting to see the new initiatives introduced in the Railways. For that, I proposed to the Railways that I wanted to conduct a study, to which they responded favourably.” The 26-page IIM-A study, which has over 45 pages of annexures, praises the “style of the Minister”, his “non-interference” in dealing with the Railway Board, his “direct approach” while communicating with zonal General Managers, “caring attitude towards staff and unions”, his image-building through the media. And even his ability to identify the right people as reflected by the choice of his OSD Sudhir Kumar. For the record, between May 4 and July 14 in 2006, Raghuram traveled to Lucknow, Kolkata, Dangoaposi, Noamundi, Tatanagar, Bellary (Hospet), Toranagallu, Bannihatti, Ranajitpura, Yashwantnagar, Tunga Bhadra Dam Weigh Bridge, Kariganuru, Hubli and Chennai. He also held meetings with top railway officials from the ministry and PSUs like SAIL, NTPC and CONCOR in New Delhi. The Sunday Express: “A study sponsored by a subject does not necessarily compromise its objectivity. As academics, we also don’t want the objectivity of a study to be influenced. I had been wanting to see the new initiatives introduced in the Railways. For that, I proposed to the Railways that I wanted to conduct a study, to which they responded favorably.” WHAT THE IIM-A REPORT SAID • “It was a commonsense-based approach, showing an astute understanding of market reality, asset base of IR and the expertise and capability of the IR’s management and systems... He followed this up with the principles of leveraging the assets, empowerment and delegation. He has demonstrated that good economics is good politics.” • “He had a positive approach in dealing with the staff and unions. The unions wanted a doubling of the contribution to the staff welfare fund. He offered them more. When he saw that gangmen were not provided footwear as part of their equipment, he ensured the same.” • “When concerns were raised about downsizing, he came out with his Hindi one-liner which translated to, ‘Downsizing may make IR thinner, but not necessarily healthier.’ His pitch was, ‘regenerate competitiveness and leverage resources rather than restructure and downsize’. He believed in instilling hope and excitement rather than fear and anxiety.” The Indian Express - Breaking news, analysis, politics, nation, and editorials
  11. As reported at economictimes.indiatimes.com on 17 Sep 2009 AHMEDABAD: India’s premier B-School Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, on Thursday faced the wrath of Central Information Commission for withholding and providing incorrect details on information sought under the Right To Information Act (RTI). Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi, in his order, warned the institute’s public information officer (PIO) of penal action under Section 20 of the RTI Act if any information, unless classified, was withheld. The RTI application was made by IIM-A faculty TT Rammohan, who teaches finance. Mr Rammohan, who is planning to write a biography of IIM-A’s founding director Ravi Mathai and wanted leave, was refused a sabbatical by the institute. Mr Rammohan used the RTI to find instances of such leaves granted to faculty for various projects in the past. However, the PIO refused to give names. Later, while a list of earlier cases was provided, two names were withheld, for which the IIM-A official claimed there were ‘third party’ objections. What drew strong comments from the CIC was the PIO claim that two faculty earlier granted leave, in fact, went on leave without pay. When contested, the institute admitted to the error saying it was a clerical mistake. Talking to ET, IIM-A’s PIO KS Joshi said "We had no intention to refuse the information. It was only a case of our misinterpreting the CIC requirements. We would soon provide the relevant information." The CIC observed that details like leave granted to faculty need not be treated as invasion on privacy and that the information must be provided. It may be mentioned here that granting of sabbatical at the institute is decided by the Faculty Development and Evaluation Committee (FDEC). In the present case Source: CIC pulls up IIM-A for incorrect information under RTI- Education-Services-News By Industry-News-The Economic Times
  12. Column by Premchand Palety at www.livemint.com on 12 April 2009 A fee increase by Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) has become an annual trend. For the two years I have been writing this column, IIMs have increased their fee around the first week of April each year and I have written about it on both occasions. This is my third column on the subject. This time, the top three IIMs have already announced a fee increase and the others may follow suit soon. As in the past, the hike is unjustified, especially given the economic slowdown. In fact, it reflects financial mismanagement, especially at IIM Ahmedabad (IIM-A), which is spending at least 60% of overall salary expenditure on support staff. IIMs need to substantially increase their revenue from other sources and reduce their dependence on student fees. I have been using the Right to Information Act, or RTI Act, for the past three years to ferret out information on income and expenditure from all IIMs. They usually do not give the latest financial figures because audited figures are not available. The key financial figures of IIMs are given in the adjoining table. http://www.livemint.com/articles/PDF-992DA13C-A0B7-46BC-B9C3-2C8A09C29DE6 Let’s take the case of IIM-A. The revenue figures refer to a period when the student fee was about Rs5 lakh for the full course. Even then the revenue and expenditure figures don’t warrant any fee increase. The expenditure on support staff is 1.5 times more than the spending on faculty members, including their research and secretarial staff. In other words, 60% of expenditure on salaries is on support staff. Other IIMs fare better in this respect although the percentage of salaries paid to the support staff is relatively much higher (in the range of 30-40%) when compared with many lower rung B-schools in the private sector. At the Birla Institute of Management Technology in Greater Noida, near New Delhi, for example, only 20% of salary expenditure is on support staff. In 2008-09, the total income from fees would have been about Rs40 crore for IIM-A. Assuming there is no growth in revenue from consultancy, management development programmes (MDPs) and faculty development programmes (FDPs), the total revenue from these heads would be about Rs25 crore. Thus, total income would be about Rs65 crore. This does not include the interest on corpus or the income from sale of application forms, which rose to Rs25 crore for all IIMs last year. Even if the salary of faculty members goes up by 100%, the total expenditure under this head won’t be more than Rs11 crore. IIM-A needs to clearly explain why it needs more money. In the case of IIM-A, it is also expected that the revenue from fees is only 30% of total revenue and the rest should be sourced from consultancy, MDPs and so on. But in the year 2007-08, the student fee component could have exceeded 60%, as is indicated in the table. For IIM Lucknow, IIM Indore and IIM Kozhikode, the revenue from MDPs and consultancy needs to have increased substantially. IIM-A will now be charging Rs12.5 lakh for its two-year programme. A student would be spending close to Rs15 lakh if we consider non-fee expenses during the programme. Middle-class students will be hit strongly by the fee hike as they are not poor enough to qualify for fee discounts but their family income is such that they have to depend on loans to finance their studies. For a loan of Rs12 lakh, the monthly repayment instalment would be Rs48,000, which needs to be paid after six months of getting a job. To be able to pay this amount, the gross salary of the graduate should be around Rs10 lakh per annum. This time the reported average salary at IIM-A for Indian jobs is about Rs12 lakh per annum. This means a good number of students have got a salary of below Rs10 lakh per annum. Again, it won’t be financially viable for any of IIM-A graduates to join the institute’s doctoral programme, where the present stipend is about Rs15,000 per month. Even if the stipend is increased to Rs30,000 per month, the research scholars will have to depend on their family or some other source to make ends meet. The debt burden will also discourage those students who plan to start their own venture immediately after graduation. IIMs should not lose sight of the fact that they have been built primarily by taxpayers money. If the fee hike trend continues, studying in IIMs could well become out of bounds for the majority of Indians. Premchand Palety is director of Centre for Forecasting & Research (C-fore) in New Delhi, from where he keeps a close eye on India’s business schools. Comments are welcome. Source: IIM fee hike a sign of financial mismanagement - Columns - livemint.com
  13. As reported by Mathang Seshagiri at expressbuzz.com BANGALORE: Every year there is an exponential increase in the number of CAT (Common Admission Test) aspirants. However, if the fresh data procured from the HRD (Human Resource Development) Ministry is anything to go by, then these aspirants are in for the shock of their lives. According to the data made available to the Express under the RTI Act, one out of five sanctioned faculty positions is vacant at the seven IIMs. IIM-Bangalore, which was recently ranked as the No 1 business school in India, has the highest number of vacancies (38). In terms of vacancies against sanctioned posts, IIM-Kozhikode tops the list with nearly 40 per cent vacancies. Over all, 112 faculty positions are vacant across IIMs. The “unattractive pay package” is being attributed as the reason for many posts remaining vacant, despite concerted efforts. Arguably the best B-School in the country, IIM-Ahmedabad, said that “the institute’s lack of autonomy in fixing appropriate compensation package for faculty and widening of gap between the industry and IIM-A pay scales by substantial margins” are proving to be the flies-in-the-ointment in retaining the faculty. IIM-Bangalore echoed its counterpart’s sentiments saying that: “Faculty recruitment is a continuous process. While new faculty are intended to be added in line with the expansion in academic activities, there is acute shortage of suitable candidates. Suitable candidates find our compensation low as compared to university options available outside India or industry options within the country.” As per the existing pay scales, a fresh professor at IIM gets Rs 18,400 while an associate professor is paid Rs 16,400. Assistant professors start off with just Rs 12,000, substantially lower than what Post-graduate Programme students take home at the end of the two-year course. IIM-B Director Pankaj Chandra raised the problem of attracting faculty during a recent Board meeting chaired by Reliance CMD Mukesh Ambani. The Director suggested possible strategies in using the institute’s own funds to dole out incentives without changing the government salary scales and pension. Some of them include: monetising leave travel concession, encouraging faculty to purchase own house/apartment and giving HRA equivalent to equated monthly instalment, paying children’s educational expenses and providing liberal interest-free loans. The HRD Ministry headed by Arjun Singh has constituted a committee under the chairmanship of former IISc director Goverdhan Mehta to revise the salary and emolument of faculty at IIMs, IITs and NITs on the basis of the Sixth Pay Commission’s recommendations. The report is expected to be submitted in January 2009 Source : http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/story.aspx?Title=All+seven+IIMs+reeling+under+faculty+crunch&artid=zp8gG/4sRyA=&SectionID=Qz/kHVp9tEs=&MainSectionID=Qz/kHVp9tEs=&SEO=NIT,+Common,+Admission,+Test,+Human,+Resource,+Dev&SectionName=UOaHCPTTmuP3XGzZRCAUTQ==
  14. As reported by Hemali Chhapia of TNN in timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 16 November 2008: CAT is tough, becoming IIM grad tougher-India-The Times of India CAT is tough, becoming IIM grad tougher MUMBAI: Lakhs of studentswill realise today that it is incredibly difficult to crack the Common Admission Test (CAT) to enter the elite Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs). But getting into an IIM is no guarantee one will graduate from it. Data obtained by STOI from the IIMs under a Right to Information (RTI) query shows that hundreds of students dropped out of the two-year postgraduate programme in the past decade. The highest number of dropouts was from IIM-Calcutta, with 286 students (equivalent to almost a whole batch) leaving the programme between 1995 and 2008. The number of students leaving has risen over the years. Thirty-seven MBA students quit between 2003 and 2005 and the number nearly doubled to 69 between 2006 and 2008. Professor of finance and control at IIM-C Asish K Bhattacharyya attributed this to "poor academic performance". He said once a candidate was in, she or he was on the same platform as anyone else. IIM-C rules decree that a student who does not score the required number of grade points at the end of the first year may have to repeat it. "But every student has to complete the two-year course in a maximum of three years. Those who fail the first year a second time are forced to drop out," added Bhattacharyya. Academic attrition was remarkably low at IIM-Bangalore. At IIM-B, just one general category student and 10 SC/ST students failed to graduate between 1992 and 2007. While the percentage of dropouts in the SC/ST category is higher than in the general category, faculty members said it was difficult to generalise about the reason. For instance, in IIM-Ahmedabad, a large number of students failed to graduate in the 1990s, but the figures improved after the institute started providing additional mentoring to all freshmen. From 1992 to 2001, 25 general category candidates did not complete the course in contrast to only 13 SC/ST category students. Academic attrition was remarkably low at IIM-Bangalore, where just one general category student and 10 SC/ST students failed to graduate between 1992 and 2007. However, a senior faculty member pointed out that after some staff members were pulled up for bias against reserved category students, they graduated everyone irrespective of academic performance. In Ahmedabad, former IIM-A director Bakul Dholakia said that when he took over in 2002, he realised most students dropped out because of poor academic performance. He started a buddy programme under which every second-year student mentored an entrant. The institute ensured a mix of first and second-year students. For 25 years, IIM-A has been conducting a three-week orientation and offering evening coaching sessions for weak students.
  15. As reported by Mathang Seshagiri in expressbuzz.com on 13 November 2008: 1.38 lakh didn?t turn up for CAT in 3 years 1.38 lakh didn’t turn up for CAT in the last 3 years BANGALORE: The Indian Institutes of Management (IIM) which administer the B-school entrance test have come out with a shocking revelation: In the last three years, 1.38 lakh candidates who bought CAT bulletins did not turn up for the test. Data provided under the RTI Act shows that every year the number of CAT forms sold has been steadily increasing, but so is the number of “no-shows” on the D-day. Last year, for instance, IIMs sold 2,70,551 CAT bulletins, but the number of CAT takers were only 2,09,326. In other words, over 60,000 candidates who bought the CAT forms did not appear for the 2.5-hour test. The fee for CAT 2008 prospectus has been hiked from Rs 1,100 to Rs 1,300 for general category candidates and from Rs 550 to Rs 650 for SC/ST applicants. Between CAT 2005 and CAT 2007, the sale of CAT forms went up by 47 per cent but on the other hand, the number of candidates skipping the CAT shot up by a whopping 134 per cent. Even after accounting for the number of applications that get rejected by the IIMs, the difference between form sales and CAT takers is staggering (see table). During CAT 2007, as many as 5,410 CAT applications were rejected by all IIMs. Subhashish Gupta, chairperson (admissions), IIM-B says the figures fluctuate at every stage of the exam. “There will always be a difference between the number of CAT forms we print and the actual sales. A few candidates who buy the forms do not submit it for whatever reason. Further, IIMs also reject some applications as they do not match with our requirements. And, there will be a difference between the number of admit cards issued and those who take the test.” With an increasing number of candidates applying for CAT, the IIMs have done away with the practice of giving candidates an opportunity to rectify the errors. “We stopped doing that because it became impossible for us to handle the number of applications. Moreover, we felt that candidates often took this as an opportunity to correct the errors later on,” Gupta added. At IIM-Ahmedabad, not a single application was rejected during CAT 2002, but last year, 1,150 applications were turned down. The numbers have been steadily increasing at IIM-Kozhikode too. Compared to 74 applications that were rejected during CAT 2002, the numbers soared to 394 during CAT 2007. This year, IIM-B alone has rejected about 2,000 CAT applications.
  16. As reported by Mathang Seshagiri in expressbuzz.com on 12 November 2008: What do IIMs do with CAT solutions? What do IIMs do with CAT solutions? BANGALORE: One of the best-kept secrets about the Common Admission Test (CAT) could soon be out. A RTI battle is now on between the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs)and their famous alumnus over lifting the veil of secrecy on CAT solutions. Gautam Puri, an IIM-B alumnus and MD of Career Launcher, filed an application under the RTI Act seeking solutions to all questions of English section of CAT 2006 after being convinced that some answer keys published by IIMs were incorrect. CAT group, comprising chairpersons of all IIMs, refused to part with the information stating that all CAT-related documents, except question paper and answer keys are destroyed for security reasons. Following an appeal, the Central Information Commission (CIC), in the interest of transparency, directed IIMs to “provide a copy of guidelines, rules, regulations, bye-laws etc., for destroying the papers like minutes of discussion between the experts, consensus of experts” by August 10. Three months on, IIMs haven’t complied with the CIC orders. Puri, whose institute closely scrutinises the CAT papers every year, argues that though there are several instances where answer keys have been wrong but there is no provision to challenge them. “I have personally found cases where answer keys to subjective questions are incorrect, but IIMs refuse to give out the solutions,” he said. Puri said that if the “IIMs say that a particular option is the correct answer, they also ought to say why other options are incorrect”. “There are instances where the whole CAT coaching industry, if I may use that word, is on one side and the IIMs are on the other side over answer keys,” Puri told to this website's newspaper. Following CIC’s orders, Subhashish Gupta, chairperson (admission), IIM-B declared in an affidavit on August 7: “It has been the standard practice to destroy any written material after the composition of the CAT for security reasons. No rough work or solutions of test items are retained. Only a computer file of the test and the answer key is retained. As far as I am aware and to the best of my knowledge this has been the standard practice ever since CAT has been administered. I have not been able to find any written record of this practice.” Puri now plans to move the CIC to direct IIMs to start maintaining the documents relating to CAT solutions. Under section 19(8)(a) of the RTI, the CIC has powers to direct a public authority to take steps to make “necessary changes to its practices in relation to the maintenance, management and destruction of records.”
  17. As reported by Mathang Sheshagiri in expressbuzz.com on 30 October 2008: IIM-B?s Singapore plans grounded in B?lore IIM-B’s Singapore plans grounded in B’lore BANGALORE: Guess what happened to the Indian Institute of Management-Bangalore’s (IIM-B) mega plans of setting up a campus in Singapore? The institute’s dream of taking Brand IIM global is firmly grounded in Bangalore. More than two-and-a-half years after a committee was constituted to consider amendments to the Memorandum of Association (MoA), it is yet to submit the report. Inspection of various documents in this regard under the Right to Information Act, shows that the institute hasn’t been able to get the necessary approvals from the HRD Ministry as the MoA of IIM-B society is not suitably amended. The Board of Governors, headed by Reliance CMD Mukesh Ambani, is still awaiting the report of the six-member committee first constituted in March 2006 to consider amending MoA to enable IIM-B to “expand/diversify the portfolio of academic research, training and other activities both within and outside India.” IIM-B’s request to approve setting up of the Singapore campus was turned down by the HRD Ministry on December 6, 2005, on the ground that the MoA and Rules of the IIM-B ociety did not empower the Board of Governors to set up an independent trust outside the country. The Board of Governors at its meeting in March 2006, constituted a sub-committee to suggest suitable amendments to MoA headed by Pune University professor A N Kolaskar with AICT Chairman R A Yadav, former secretary to Government of India Samar Singh, Central Government standing Counsel of Karnataka Sarojini Muthanna and chairman and MD of IL & FRavi Parthasarathy as members. The committee was further re-constituted by inducting IIM-B professor Trilochan astry and IIM-B Financial Advisor and Chief Accounts Officer Ketoki Basu as members on January 30, 2007. IIM-B proposes to offer multi-tiered programmes at various levels including part-time MBA for middle-level executives, executive MBA for senior level executives and short-term programme for managers at the ingapore campus. The institute has sought the assistance of the Indian Trust which runs Bhavan’s Indian International School to provide 9,400 sq ft of space for the campus. The institute estimates to generate a surplus of 2,43,691 Singapore Dollars in the very first year of operation and 9,79,900 D by the end of three years. The next meeting of the BoG is scheduled to be held on October 31. WHY IIM-B WANTS A CAMPUS IN SINGAPORE According to the project report submitted to the HRD Ministry, IIM-B is keen on setting up a campus in Singapore because of the following reasons: * Executive education market in Singapore is an expanding market. Several universities from K, and Australia are offering a variety of programmes in Singapore. IIM-A and IIM-C are also contemplating entry into the Singapore market. *IIM-B has an alumni association with membership of over 100 in Singapore. Many alumni are in senior positions in corporate sector and are willing to support the institute in establishing a presence in Singapore. * The Indian Trust which runs Bhavan’s Indian International School has an eight acre campus and has agreed to provide 9,400 sq ft of built space and infrastructure facilities and support in setting up the IIM-B (Singapore)campus. WHY HRD MINISTRY TURNED DOWN THE PROPOSAL The HRD Ministry turned down IIM-B’s request to set up a campus in Singapore in December, 2005 stating the following reasons: * The government does not have adequate resources for setting up of more IIMs in the country, therefore IIMs rather than going abroad are expected to concentrate first in the country itself and they should increase the intake to meet the demand of manpower in the country. * It is apprehended any move like opening of campuses abroad is fraught with risks like dilution of IIMs brand. * MoA and Rules of the IIM Bangalore ociety does not empower the Board of Governors to set up an independent Trust by the institute as the IIM-B itself is a Society registered under the Mysore Societies Registration Act XVII of 1960. T I M E L I N E October 28, 2004: IIM-B Board of Governors gives in-principle concurrence to start a campus in Singapore December 1, 2004: IIM-B director writes to HRD Ministry with a request to get the project vetted by the Ministry and also arrange to obtain clearances from all concerned departments February 10, 2005: Ministry of HRD seeks detailed project report from the institute indicating rationale and benefits of the project; questions relationship and control of IIM-B BoG over the trustees of the proposed Trust in Singapore. February 24, 2005: IIM-B director clarifies to HRD Ministry that a Trust will be created in accordance with laws in force in Singapore. He states that there will be no outflow from consolidated funds of India and the programmes at Singapore will be self-sustaining. June 16, 2005: MHRD writes to IIM-B after a board was seen on one of the buildings of Bhavan’s School in Singapore giving an impression that the ground work has been completed. It warns the institute not to go ahead with the project without obtaining the necessary approvals. July 29, 2005: IIM-B writes to HRD Ministry with a request to approve to the Singapore campus plans so that the institute could commence classes in December 2005. December 6, 2005: MHRD writes to IIM-B stating that “this ministry is of the view that it is not desirable of any IIM to set up its campuses abroad.” January 10, 2006: IIM-B director writes to Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Alhuwalia seeking his help to get the necessary approvals for the Singapore campus . March 28, 2006: IIM-B Board of Governors constitutes sub-committee to consider amending MoA January 30, 2007: IIM-B Board of Governors reconstitutes committee to consider amending the MoA.
  18. Hi I wanted to get answer of some questions from IIM Indore about its selection process. I have written an application and I am attaching this application here. Please take a look at pdf file and let me know if there is some error. CAT is an admission test for admission to PG programme at IIM Indore. my questions are 1 : What was lowest Quantitative percentile of a candidate(who had no work experience) and who were in final shortlist for GD-PI? 2 : What was lowest Logic and Data Interpretation percentile of a candidate(who had no work experience) and who were in final shortlist for GD-PI? 3 :What was lowest Verbal percentile of a candidate(who had no work experience) and who were in final shortlist for GD-PI? 4 : What was lowest total percentile of a candidate(who had no work experience) and who were in final shortlist for GD-PI? 5 : How many candidates were in final shortlist for GD-PI (who had no work experience) and whose total percentile was between 98.09 and 98.93 (both inclusive) thanks IIMI-RTI Aplication.pdf
  19. Quotas are route to inequality at IITs, IIMs As Reported By Mayank Tewari in DNA, Tuesday, June 24, 2008 Their dropout rates are higher at IITs, and salaries lower at IIMs NEW DELHI: The recent decision of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, to terminate 25 students, many of them from the scheduled caste category, for poor performance has raised hackles all around. While the National Commission for Scheduled Castes is pressuring the institute to take them back, the issue that cannot be wished away is their actual performance after gaining entry into these hallowed institutions. Have quotas really worked? How do students from the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes (SC/ST), inducted on the basis of lower qualifying marks, fare in terms of performance and salaries at the IITs and the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs)? Are they able to cope with high academic pressures? DNA, which used the Right to Information Act (RTI) to extract numbers on SC/ST performance from reluctant institutions, has some answers. We found that quotas don't work as well in the IITs, where the demands for academic excellence are higher, but the results are reasonable when it comes to the IIMs. It's clear that dropout rates are high among SC/ST candidates at the IITs; at the IIMs, their average salaries are also lower than general category students. The big differences, though, come up in the case of top performers. At IIM, Kozhikode, the highest salary earned by a general category student was Rs70 lakh this year; the highest earned by the SC/ST candidate was just Rs13 lakh. The differences in average salaries were lower: for general category students, it was Rs15.84 lakh, for SC/ST Rs11.01 lakh. The real problem area seems to be the IITs. According to information provided by IIT-Powai in Mumbai, 21 SC/ST students were asked to terminate their undergraduate BTech course in 2006-2007. In the last three years, the number of reserved category students terminating their courses at Powai has risen quietly. In 2005-2006, the institute had asked 20 SC/ST students to pack their bags. A year earlier, in 2004-2005, 19 students left without completing the course. Between 2003 and 2007, the yearly average dropout number for IIT, Powai, is a high 16 students . Two other IITs — in Delhi and Kharagpur, for which DNA has data — had lower average dropout rates of 11 and eight among SC/ST candidates. The dropout rate for general category students at IIT, Powai, hovers around 1-2% and, according to faculty members, is nowhere close to that of reserved category students. Students are asked to terminate their courses when they accumulate more backlogs (courses failed) than permitted by IIT rules. "There is no semester-wise fail/pass system at IIT, Powai. Students can continue further studies with up to four backlogs (failed courses) at the end of each semester, till the second year, or up to six backlogs at the end of each semester during the third and subsequent years of study," says Dr Indu Saxena, deputy registrar at IIT, Powai. But things are better at IIT, Delhi, where yearly dropout rates have stabilised in the range of 3-9 for SC/STs combined after a peak of 23 in 2002. A professor at IIT, Delhi, told DNA that the institutes seldom have any control over dropout rates. "The quality of reserved category students every year is variable, unlike general category admissions, where merit is the sole criteria. In the case of reserved categories, sometimes totally undeserving candidates are admitted who cannot meet the standards set by the institute," he said. The gap between general and SC/ST category students is less stark at the IIMs, where average salary differentials are not seriously out of whack. DNA, however, found that students from the general category fared much better than reserved category students in terms of salaries offered at campus. IIM, Ahmedabad, did not share details about the highest salary offered to SC/ST candidates in 2008, but the highest obtained by general category students was Rs60 lakh. Average salary levels for the last two years show some serious divergences. Last year, the average salary offered to a general category student at IIMA was Rs13.70 lakh, while an SC/ST candidate got Rs11.14 lakh. This year, the general category average was Rs17.81 lakh while the average salary given to reserved category students was Rs14.50 lakh. According to Bakul Dholakia, former director of IIM, Ahmedabad, disparities in salaries are not surprising. "At IIMA, we have always acknowledged the academic differences between general and reserved category students. It is generally assumed that reserved category students, on an average, score 20% less than their general category counterparts. Keeping this in mind, an average salary difference of Rs3-4 lakh between general and reserved category students is logical," he told DNA. Piyush Sinha, professor at IIMA, feels that "average salaries figures are not sufficient to conclude that reserved category students at IIMs do not perform as well as their counterparts in the general category." According to him, "there are many factors that decide the salary during campus recruitments. The companies which come to the campuses are never given out the names of candidates based on caste. Everything works on merit." DNA - India - Quotas are route to inequality at IITs, IIMs - Daily News & Analysis
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