The Department of Management was established in July 2008 with an objective to impart practical knowledge and nurture leadership. The department strives for maintaining reputation for quality teaching, field based assignments, case based learning, and productive learning based internships with final placements in reputed organizations. It has evolved a comprehensive student centric learning approach consisting of several stages, designed to add significant value to the learner’s understanding in an integrated manner. The department believes that the progress of student entails development of :
Knowledge: Enabled through full-time classroom instruction and competent faculty, courseware, library facilities and experiential learning.
Skills: Focus on functional skills in areas like Marketing, Finance, Operations and HR, computer skills and soft skills such as written and oral communication, team playing, goal setting, time management and interpersonal skills. This is done through soft skills labs, IT labs, reading seminars, guest lectures and field assignments such as live projects and summer internships
Attitude: Focus on positive outlook, openness, ability to view situations as win -win , viewing problems as opportunities . These are enabled through interactive classroom methodologies, field assignments, guest lectures and internships.
Total Student intake is 30 seats
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Management Concepts and Applications||Business Environment|
|Managerial Economics||Human Resource Management|
|Financial Accounting for Managers||Business Research Methods|
|Business Statistics||Financial Management & Corporate Finance|
|Organizational Behavior||Operations Management|
|Marketing Management-I||Quantitative Techniques for Managers|
|Business Communication||Legal Aspects for Business|
|Computer Application in Management||Marketing Management-II|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Strategic Management||Project Management|
|International Business Management||Entrepreneurship Development|
|Specialization Group 1 Elective 1||Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics|
|Specialization Group 1 Elective 2||Specialization Group 1 Elective 4|
|Specialization Group 1 Elective 3||Specialization Group 2 Elective 5|
|Specialization Group 2 Elective 1||Specialization Group 2 Elective 3|
|Specialization Group 2 Elective 2||Research Project Report|
|Summer Training Project Report||Comprehensive Viva|
*List of subjects mentioned above is not permanent and is subjected to changes made by AKTU
To transform the institute into one of the leading management institution of the country, with the aim of producing managers of high caliber having managerial competence of internationally accepted levels with high professional ethics, national and human values and responsive to community needs.
A management education system producing skilled manpower of highest quality to meet complex managerial needs for economic development of the country.
PEO 1: To prepare students for successful careers in industry that meet the needs of Indian and multinational companies.
PEO 2: To develop the ability among students to synthesize data and technical concepts for application to product design.
PEO 3: To provide opportunity for students to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects.
PEO 4: To provide students with a sound foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems and to prepare them for graduate studies.
PEO 5: To promote student awareness of the life-long learning and to introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice.
PO1: Cross-Disciplinary Integration and Strategic Perspective: Conceptualize, organize and resolve complex business problems or issues by using the resources available under their discretion.
PO2: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving: Apply the perspective of their chosen specialized area of study to develop fully-reasoned opinions on such contemporary issues as the need for integrity, leading and managing change, globalization and technology management.
PO3: Teamwork: Able to determine the effectiveness with which goals are defined and achieved in team environments to assess the contributions made by themselves as well as by their peers within those environments and to identify and resolve conflicts.
PO4: Leadership Skills: Able to document their participation and contribution to student organizations, business or consulting projects, internship opportunities or other MBA sanctioned initiatives.
PO5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern management and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex management activities with an understanding of the limitations.
PO6: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the management practice.
PO7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional management solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
PO8: Entrepreneurial Perspective: Able to identify, assess and shape entrepreneurial opportunities and to evaluate their potential for business success.
PO9: Global Perspective: Able to demonstrate their ability to assess and evaluate the dynamic internal and external elements of the competitive global environment.
Program Specific Outcomes
PSOs 1 The graduates would have imbibed all the basic principles of Management. The graduates would have adequate theoretical knowledge on various core disciplines of management science.
PSOs 2 The graduates would be able to consolidate the thus acquired knowledge into practical skills.
PSOs 3 Helped in designing with the objective of developing young men and women into highly adept professional managers.
PSOs 4 Empowers students to demonstrate the ability to innovate, the ability to execute the most daunting of challenges in the most trying of circumstances.
PSOs 5 Through value based education and training and would also discharge his/her social responsibility to the community at large.
MBA Computer Lab
The department has well equipped computer lab with TFT screen computers and 24 hour Wi-Fi connection facility. All system are properly networked on LAN which are connected to main server.
Computer Applications in Management
The main objective of the course is to impart the basic working knowledge of computers to the management students.Which includes basics of MS-Word, MS-Excel and MS-PowerPoint; Application of these softwares’ for documentation and making reports; preparation of questionnaires, presentations, tables and reports (Practical), Overview of Internet,
Database Management System: Overview of DBMS; Components of DBMS, Recent trends in database, RDBMS.
MS Access: Overview of MS-Access creating tables, queries, forms and reports in MS-Access.
MBA students’ society is formed to look after students’ overall development in sphere of personality and intellectual development. The main objective is to give students a platform to show their creativity, capability for event management, communication skills and to ensure a sense of competition amongst them.
The students’ society at MIT MBA is truly diverse as students come from different social and cultural backgrounds, and walks of life. As a member of students’ society, they get an unparalleled exposure to different cultures, languages, and ways of living.
Following are the three main Student societies apart from the cultural society:
1 Student Finance Society
2 Student Marketing Society
3 Student Human Resource Society
The events are organized to bring out creative instincts of the students which enhance their personalities. The regular events under this society are:
Events organized by ‘MBA Student Society’
Guest lectures play an important role in the developmental process of the students. Eminent academicians and practicing professionals are invited for guest lectures where students get an opportunity to interact closely with them and understand the practical applications of various management and information technology concepts and ideas. Through these activities, students get acquainted with leadership roles, develop group and interpersonal skills and develop the right kind of attitude for success in their careers.
“Glimpses of Guest Lectures & Workshops conducted by Department of Business Administration”
Some of the lectures delivered by reputed personalities of Industry and Academia are listed below.
|S.No.||Name of Speaker||Institute/Organization||Topic|
|1||Suresh Chandra Sharma||Regional Science & Technology Centre- Council of Science & Technology, U.P||Intellectual Property Rights|
|2||Prof.P.K. Singh||I.I.M Indore||High Quality Learning Environment|
|3||Prof.G.C. Agarwal||Allahabad University||Innovations in Marketing|
|4||Amardeep Singh||Max New York Life Insurance||Emerging trends in Insurance Sector|
|5||Prof. Neetu S .Bhullar||M.D.I Gurgaon||Nation Building with reference to the role of Management students|
|6||Dr. B.S Nagi||Delhi University||Research Methodology|
|7||Prof. Anil Kumar Agarwal||BHU, Banaras||Spirituality and Management|
|8||Prof V.K. Nangia||IIT , Roorkee||Knowledge Economy|
|9||Dr. Barua||IIT, Roorkee||Research Methodology|
|10||Prof. Bharat Bhaskar||IIM, Lucknow||Data Mining|
|11||Prof. Janaki Anant||IIM Udaipur||Motivational talk in Orientation Program|
|12||Mr. R.K Singh||Head H.R, Modi||How to face the Interviews and Personality Development|
|13||Mr. Harsh Mehrotra||Operation Head, North India, Reliance Money||Career planning|
|14||Mr. Parram Ajjan||CEO, The Matrix||Team Building for Tomorrow|
|15||Dr. Vijay Chopra||Motivator and strategic thinker||True Success: Success that Succeeds|
|16||Prof. H.P.Mathur||IIT, BHU||Leadership|
|17||Dr. Pushpendra Kumar||Kirorimal College, Delhi University||Research Design in Marketing|
|18||Dr. Sunita Didi Chandak||Bharam Kumari||Being Proactive and Responsible|
|19||Mr. Ranveer Singh||MD- HR, Marque Impex||Skills Development|
Paper Publication and Workshop attended by the Faculty
Link: Faculty Achievements