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Research and Project

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At IIMS, Research and Publications activities are focal to the primary objective of attaining academic excellence. This wing of IIMS undertakes research & projects and organises International Conferences on contemporary issues in the interdisciplinary fields of management. It has a tie up with different universities, research centres, organisations and corporates for enriching education, research work, projects, publications and for organizing international conferences and seminars across the globe.

Some of IIMS’ Research work published in Books and Journals of repute includes:
  • Human Capital, Education and Environment: Some Critical Issues - Sandip Kar, Michael A Roberts, Ershad Ali.
  • Development Management in the Twenty-First century – Kartik Roy, Sandip Kar
  • Managing Development in Developing Countries : Challenges for Good Governance – Sandip Kar, Michael A. Roberts, Ershad Ali.
  • Technology Sustainability and Managing Development in Developing Countries – Sandip Kar, Rubaiyet Hasan Khan, Ershad Ali, Geetha Subramaniam.
  • The Seventh IIDS-IIMS International Conference on Development (New Series) : Book of Abstracts – Kartik Roy and Sandip Kar
  • Modern Management: A Journal of International Institute of Management Sciences, Kolkata, India.

Recently, IIMS joined hands with International Institute for Research and Application to conduct jari work at Uluberia, Howrah District, West Bengal, India. IIMS strong belief in creativity and excellence has earned itself tributes from AICTE for its innovative and pragmatic approach to Management Education and Learning.

IIMS cordially welcomes eminent personalities, academics, professionals and stakeholders to strengthen our efforts to contribute to the overall development of the nation and enrich its multi-dimensional research activities.

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About IIMS’ Research Work and Publications

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Prior to the 2016 Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations (UN) had eight "global goals" set out to all 191 UN member states at that time, and at least 22 international organizations. Seven out of the eight United National Millennium Development Goals are social goals. The attainment of such goals would require a substantial proportion of public sector expenditure. Without a robust rate of economic growth, whatever is achieved cannot be sustainable. Developmental State and Millennium Development Goals argues that this is the main reason why some of the largest developing countries fell short in achieving the goals.

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Technology Sustainability and Managing Development in Developing Countries

The current book aims to compile the latest contribution towards the role of technology in development of developing countries. This initiative to summarize the findings of related articles in relation to technological initiatives in development is a distinctive attempt and provides a fresh look towards a very important factor of development as identified in other studies. The book aims to initiate further studies in this field and result in to policy initiatives by the governments of developing countries to truly acknowledge the role of technology in development and embrace the changes which is necessary for successful implementation of development initiatives.

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Human Capital, Education and Environment: Some Critical Issues

Sustainable environment and efficient human capital are crucial factors for attaining desired developmental aspiration of every nation. Investment in education does not only contribute in building human capital and environmental sustainability by effective utilization of resources, but it also contributes positively to other socio-economic factors of the society. In this book discussions on the relationship of sustainable environment, human capital, education, poverty and human health as well as discussions on different theories and case studies have been presented.

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Managing Development in Developing Countries

Managing Development in Developing Countries The UNDP has identified the key elements of development-friendly governance such as the participation of beneficiaries, rule of law,transparency, responsiveness, effectiveness, efficiency and accountability. It is essential how we can maintain pluralistic societies without degenerating into social disintegration with the challenges that we are facing now-a-days. Good governance is thus more than mere sound and efficient public administration.In this book, scholarly written research works by distinguished experts have been presented. The outcome of the book will make a meaningful contribution to illustrate the meaning of development theories.

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Development Management in the Twenty-First century

This book aims to underline several critical issues which policy makers as well as state and private sector agents are confronted with while implementation of different types of programs to improve social and economic conditions of beneficiaries of these programs. The important factor which enables a development projects to be successfully implemented are simply not the availability of the resources but also more importantly, the efficient management of project implementation process. Therefore this book investigates many such issues, which make the task of development management a complex one indeed.

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Modern Management

Modern Management is a journal of International Institute of Management Sciences, Kolkata. It deals with all the contemporary issues of modern management. Articles are contributed our Faculty as well as eminent research scholars around the world highlighting several important issues concerning development and management in the 21st Century. It also deals with socio economic issues in our economy.

IIMS Social Work

IIMS 'Jari work'

Apart from our work in research & development , IIMS is also integrated in various Jari Design work and projects . Highly skilled workers are at our disposal to create magnificent Jari creations .

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An Invitation to Management Thinkers and Writers

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“Modern Management”, a Journal of International Institute of Management Sciences, invites contributions from Managers, Academicians, Teachers and researchers on Management and Freelance Writers and others, who have a point of view on the Management and industrial sense in India.

Contributions, needless to say, should be high order, creatively original thought-provoking and even controversial but useful to the bulk of our readers who include professional managers seeking to improve their knowledge and skills and widen their perspectives. They, however have a preference for a simple, interesting and lucid style and an emphasis on practical applications to the Indian situation.

We are looking for:

1. Experience-based articles mainly reflecting Indian conditions analyzing how management and economic problems have been dealt with in various spheres of business and industry.
2. Studies on industrial conflicts, strikes, lockouts etc. and how they are handled, should be concrete and constructively critical showing where management succeeded or failed and why. 
3. Studies on the functional areas of management such as finance, production, personnel, marketing etc., both conceptual and practical.
4. Case Studies of Indian Industries.
5. Achievement stories of companies in the public, private and joint sectors which should not be merely laudatory but managerially critical and analytical.
6. Short, balanced and impartial reviews of new and interesting books on management and related areas.

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We would also like to commission articles and special studies on Management and economic affairs.

  • Articles in duplicate should be sent original, exclusively to “Modern Mangemnt” typed in double space.
  • Author should send a hard copy as well as a soft copy of their manuscript.
  • The author should ensure that the paper has neither been published nor has been submitted for publication elsewhere and should send a declaration to that effect.
  • All tables, charts and graphs should be typed on separate sheets. They should be numbered continuously in Roman numerals as referred to in the text.
  • References of publications assured indicating the author’s name, title, the year of publication and the page number should be typed in double space on separate sheets. These should be listed serially in Arabic and numbers as referred to in the text.
  • Graphs and designs should be drawn in black ink only.

Please write to:
International Institute of Management Sciences
Chatterjee International Centre, 14th Floor, Flat No. 5,
33A Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Kolkata 700-071.
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