About IPE

About IPE

The Institute of Public Enterprise (IPE) was established in 1964 as an autonomous non-profit society. IPE is a premier AICTE approved management Institute focusing on transforming students into leaders of tomorrow in organizations and society. IPE’s key objectives includes management education, research, consultancy, and training. In 1995, the Institute launched its first two year full-time Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) programme to provide skilled human resources to meet the requirements of industry.

 Keeping in view the market demand, the Institute also launched sector-specific PGDM programs in the areas of Marketing, Banking Insurance and Financial Services, International Business and Human Resource Management. IPE’s engagement with long-term management education has received wide appreciation from the industry, government and social sector enterprises. The Institute continuously endeavors to update the content and teaching methodology of its courses based on feedback from the end-users, ensuring the quality, relevance and utility of all its programs and courses.

IPE is consistently ranked among the leading B-Schools in India in most well-known ranking surveys. IPE has also been awarded a premium accreditation label of the SAARC region, ‘The South Asian Quality Assurance System’ (SAQS). Over the years IPE has won several awards and honors for its academic & research excellence.

IPE has a very successful track record of running MDPs over a long period of time. IPE also has a strong Research and Consultancy division, which provide consulting services and undertakes research projects for various national organizations. The Institute has been recognized as a ‘Center of Excellence’ by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), Ministry of Education, and Government of India.

The Governance of the Institute is overseen through a Board of Governors composed of eminent policy makers, academicians, and CEOs of public and private sector enterprises.

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