Professional Associations

Professional Associations

The Faculty and Students of the school are independent members of a numbers of professional associations which enables active engagement with industry forums and drive thought-leadership.


Founded in 1948, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR membership organization devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 2,75,000 members in over 160 countries, the Society is the leading provider of resources to serve the needs of the HR professional and advance the professional practice of human resource management.

  • Faculty are members
  • School of HRM's XIMAHR ( Student Committee for HR) a University Quiz competition, hosted by renowned Quiz Master Ajay Poonia during August’15
  • Students are members
  • Work-in-progress for curriculum alignment with global SHRM standards


The National HRD Network is the National Apex body of professionals committed to promoting the HRD movement in the country and enhancing the capability of human resource professionals to compete globally and thereby creating value for society. Towards this end, National HRD Network is committed to the development of human resources through education, training, research and experience sharing. 

Established over 28 years ago, NHRD is autonomous, not-for-profit professionally managed organization, playing a catalyst role in grooming Leaders for Tomorrow. It has 12,500 members representing, Multinationals, Public & Private organizations including Government, MSME & NGOs spread across 30 chapters in India and serves as a reference point for HR Professionals in Indian Industry.

  • Faculty are members
  • School’s collaboration with NHRDN in hosting national events 
  • Sept 26th ’15 : HR Roundtable on “Creating High Performance Organizations : New Trends”


Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science is a national, non profit, voluntary, professional organisation founded by a group of behavioural scientists engaged in applying their knowledge and skills for the well-being of persons and organisations.

Its members work as independent consultants, trainers, counsellors, academicians, training managers, personnel and human resource development managers in organizations, and as community change agents.

  • Faculty are professional members and are invited as faculty for their programs


NIPM is the only all-India body of professional managers engaged in the profession of personnel management, industrial relations, labour welfare, training and HRD in the country. It came into existence in March 1980 as a result of merger of two professional institutions, namely the Indian Institute of Personnel Management (IIPM) established in 1948 in Kolkata and the National Institute of Labour Management (NILM) established in 1950 in Bombay, now Mumbai.

With its National Office at Kolkata, NIPM has a total membership of about 11,000 spread over 49 chapters all over the country.

NIPM is a non-profit making body devoted to the development of skill and expertise of the professionals engaged in the management of human resources through regular lecture, meetings, seminars, training courses, conferences and publication in its chapters all over the country.

  • School of HRM Faculty are members