Eagle Education Society's

Unique Institute of Management



The institute is supported by highly-qualified and accomplished faculty drawn from leading institutions, universities and corporate houses as full time faculty.

Unique institute works towards excellence of academic credentials. Professors & faculty members are well experienced in various starts being entrepreneurs, leaders which bring practice closer to the classroom. Adoption towards modern interactive teaching methodology is ensured for student involvement in the teaching and learning process through simulation and case studies, presentations, news analysis etc


Dr. Sharad N. Inamdar
B.Sc., M.B.A., Ph. D. Have Industrial experience of 23 years in companies like Bajaj Auto Ltd., Akurdi and Hindustan Antibiotics Ltd., Pimpri. in Managerial positions. Also have teaching experience of 12 years at Sinhgad Institutes, Pune. Has worked as "Director" at Sinhgad Management School, Kondhapuri, Pune.
Dr. Gopal Jahagirdar
Ph.D,MBA 10 years experience in HRM sector.
Prof. Balika Sapike
Asst. Professor
B.sc, MBA 5 years experience in HR.
Prof.Vikas Adhegaonkar
Asst. Professor
M.Com , MMS, DBM, 7 years experience in Finance sector.
Prof.Shradha G. Thakur
Asst. Professor
B.com, MBA 3 years experience in HR.
Prof.Fakirmohmmad I. Pansare
Asst. Professor
B.com, MBA, LLB 7 years experience in SCM sector.
Prof. Shital Sonavane
Asst. Professor
BE, MBA 5 years experience in OPE sector.
Prof. Deepali Jankar
Asst. Professor
B.Com, MBA 3 years experience in Finance sector.
Prof. Vikas Torase
Asst. Professor
B.Com, MBA 4 years experience in MKT sector.
Prof. Amol S. Kale
Asst. Professor
B.com, MBA 5 years experience in ABM sector.
Prof. Amir B. Khan
Asst. Professor
M.sc, MBA 3 years experience in MKT sector.
Prof. Poonam Arora MBA, BBA 2+ years experience in Finance Sector.

Faculty Handbook

This Code of Conduct is intended as a guide and a help to all teaching and non-teaching staff. It sets out standards of conduct which staff are expected to follow when within, or representing the institute.

The work rules and standard of conduct are important, and the Institute regards them seriously. Effective discharge of duties implies acceptance of a certain standard of conduct by all members of staff. Further, it is important that the staff be aware of the violations which can lead to formal disciplinary proceedings being initiated against them, particularly those violations deemed to be gross misconduct, in which proceedings may result in dismissal.


  • Every employee shall, at all times, maintain integrity and devotion to duty, and also be honest and impartial in his/her official dealings.
  • An employee shall, at all times, be courteous in his/her dealings with other members of the staff, students and members of the public.
  • Unless otherwise stated specifically in the terms of appointment, every employee is a full-time employee of the Institute, and may be called upon to perform such duties as may be assigned to him/her by the Competent Authority, beyond scheduled working hours and on closed holidays and Sundays.
  • These duties inter-alias hall include attendance at meetings of committees to which he/she may be appointed by the Institute.
  • An employee shall be required to observe the scheduled hours of work, during which he/she must be present at the place of duty.
  • Except for valid reasons and/or unforeseen contingencies no employee shall be absent from duty without prior permission.


  • Faculty is expected to work to regular hours on working days.
  • Every employee is required to record the time of arrival at and departure from the place of work in the manner prescribed.
  • Authorized personnel will review time records.
  • Any changes to an employee’s time record must be approved by the authority.
  • Questions regarding the timekeeping system should be directed to the appropriate authority.
  • The Competent Authority shall notify the office hours from time to time. An employee may be required to work beyond office hours if the institute so demands.
  • A teacher shall report for duty regularly and punctually as determined by the Institute
  • Time for reporting for duty and closing shall be determined by the Institute.
  • A teacher may be required to work beyond the required time in certain circumstances to be determined by the head or Institute.
  • A record of attendance shall be kept in every educational institution and it shall be the responsibility of the head of the institution to see to it that this is done.


  • An employee shall not absent herself/himself from her/his duties without having first obtained the prior permission of the designated authority, nor shall absent herself/himself in case of sickness or accident without submitting medical certificate.
  • All such unauthorized absence would be treated as misconduct and the employee shall further be liable to such penalties for the misconduct as the designated authority may deem fit.


  • It is the expected that all personnel employed by UIM will dress in a professional manner.
  • Dress should be appropriate for the position.
  • Violations of the dress code will result in the following disciplinary actions.
  • Each employee represents the institute when interacting with students, visitors, and other employees.
  • The institute expects employees to report to work neatly and dressed appropriately for the job.


  • The protection of confidential business information and trade secrets is vital to the interests and success of the institute. Such confidential information includes, but is not limited to, compensation data, financial information, marketing strategies, pending projects and proposals, personnel files, on-going research work, details of research / pending patents.
  • Employees who improperly use or disclose trade secrets or confidential business information shall be subject to disciplinary action, including termination of employment and legal action, even if they do not actually benefit from the disclosed information.


  • The institute respects the individual’s right to privacy and, to the extent possible, preserves confidentiality of employee data and employment information.


    It is the responsibility of each employee to notify the Administrative Office of any changes in personal data such as:

  • legal name
  • change in marital status
  • personal mailing address
  • home telephone / mobile number
  • number and name(s) of dependents
  • individual(s) to contact in case of emergency
  • any other personal information needed for income tax, benefits, or other employment purposes.


  • Identity Card is required for all staff and currently enrolled students at the institute. The Campus Identity Card (ID) provides access to a variety of resources at the institute.
  • The ID card must be presented upon the request and may be revoked at any time by the institute.


  • Faculty will mentor students in their professional capacity as Teacher, Counselor and Guide.
  • An environment of mutual respect, collegiality, fairness, and trust is essential.
  • Faculty must be ever attentive of this responsibility in their interactions with students, whose education has been entrusted to them.
  • Any violation of the inviolability of teacher-student relationship shall be subject to disciplinary action by the Disciplinary Authority.


  • Teachers shall take part in approved co-curricular activities in the institutions in which they work.


  • No teacher acting as a supervisor shall offer assistance to candidate(s) at examinations with the intent to cheat.
  • No teacher shall leak internal or public examination questions to any candidate/person.

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