Indian Institute of Planning and Management

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"Year 1963: A proposal by Dr. M.K. Chaudhuri to set up an institute under the name of "Institute for Planning and Administration of National Economy" was forwarded to Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, the then Prime Minister and Chairman, Planning Commission, Government of India. The institute was committed to cutting edge research and education on economics, entrepreneurship and management. A study tour was undertaken by Dr. M.K.Chaudhuri during 1964-65 to acquire first hand knowledge about the working of similar institutions in Europe. A working paper on Regional Planning was circulated to leading academicians under the name of "Indian Institute of Planning" in 1969.

"Year 1973: The founder Director resigned from professorship of Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM-B) and established IIPM in New Delhi. The first residential full-time post graduate diploma programme commenced on 12th August, 1974, with students selected through admission tests-cum-inter views held in Delhi, Kolkata, Bombay and Bangalore." [1]

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  1. Indian Institute of Planning and Management History, organizational web page, accessed August 15, 2017.