The Indian Institute of Management Udaipur, (abbreviated as IIM-U), is a graduate business school established in 2011 as an autonomous body, just like Indian Institute of Managements. It is amongst the seven Indian Institutes of Management which were set up by the central government during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan. IIM-U started off with a batch of 57 students enrolled in its PGP Programme in a temporary campus located at Polymer Science Building, Mohanlal Sukhadia University (MLSU), Udaipur. In 2009, the Indian government decided to start seven new IIMs including IIM Udaipur. On 30 July 2011, C. P. Joshi, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, inaugurated IIM Udaipur.
Initially, the institute operated from a temporary campus located at Polymer Science Building, Mohanlal Sukhadia University (MLSU) while the 253 acres (102 ha) permanent campus is under construction in the Balicha area of Udaipur, Rajasthan. The construction of the new campus would be completed in two phases. The institute started functioning from the new campus post completion of first phase in April 2016. The National Institutional Ranking Framework(NIRF) in 2017 ranked the Institute on 15th position. According to unaudited final placement report 2017, class size was 144 in which 12% students were female and 88% work experienced students,27 month being the average work experience. Highest International placement offer made was of INR 28.4 lakhs per annum and Highest domestic placement offer was INR 20.02 lakhs per annum. The average CTC offered to the students was INR 12.84 lakhs per annum.
|Name||Indian Institute of Management Udaipur|
|Area Covered||253 Acres|
|Address||Indian Institute of Management Udaipur, Balicha, Udaipur
City- Una , State- Rajasthan, 313001
|Space Covered||253 Acres|