The Department of Management Studies was established in the year 2008 with the intake of 60 students. The Department has the state-of-the-art facilities for various laboratories, a well-equipped seminar hall, Wi-Fi enabled SMART classrooms to support e-Learning, and a departmental library.

Vision

To transform the Department of Management Studies into a World Class Business School by creating spirited Entrepreneurs and Executives with Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Mission

To create an environment for budding Managers and Entrepreneurs to learn Ethics, Values, Morale and Corporate Social Responsibility through managerial concepts.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1: Demonstrate a thorough understanding of concepts, techniques, skills and ethics of business disciplines.
PEO 2: Adopt a critical thinking approach in the decision making process.
PEO 3: Develop professional skills that prepare them for immediate employment and for life – long learning in advanced areas of Management and related fields.
PEO 4: Develop and demonstrate team-based skills for solving business problems.
PEO 5
: Demonstrate the ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment by learning new skills and competencies.
PEO 6
: Integrate the knowledge and skills acquired across business functions.
PEO 7
: Learn the quantitative skills necessary to analyze numerical data and to make intelligent and effective decisions.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

The MBA Programme intended outcomes align with the educational objectives listed above. These outcomes are to:

PO1 : Compare favorably when evaluated on a nationally – scaled examination and academically prepared for a managerial career.
PO2 : Possess the necessary attitudes and skills to become more productive employees, and to continue learning.
PO3 : Become managerial leaders in a variety of organizations with effective communication.
PO4 : Demonstrate teaching effectiveness and use appropriate pedagogical techniques in the classroom.
PO5 : Actively participate in a wide range of professional and scholarly activities.