MBA

MBA

  • About Course
  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives
  • Program outcomes
  • Course Outcomes
  • Faculty
  • Placement & Internship
  • Research
  • Syllabus
  • Achievements
  • Events
  • Live Projects
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About Course

The Department of Business and Management Studies (MBA) is a premier department providing quality education to the students. At present the department is running MBA program of 2 years (full time) with an intake of 180 students. The MBA program is affiliated to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow. The department has a cohesive team of experienced academicians, who facilitate the learning process by augmenting the course structure through active academic-industry interface.

Distinguished Features

  • Professional & Competent Management Supervision
  • Mr. Puneet Agarwal (IIT-BHU, IIM-Ahmedabad)
  • Mr. Gaurav Agarwal (IIT-Kanpur-Silver Medal, Univ. of Cal.-Berkeley, IIM- Bangalore- Gold Medal, Ex Barclays)
  • Mr. Nipun Agarwal (IIT-Roorkee, Fuqua Schoul-Duke Univ.)

Quality Education

  • Distinguished Faculty with industrial exposure.
  • Learning through Management Games & Team work.
  • Balanced Mix of Relevant Projects and Case Studies. Details of Live Projects can be seen here

Key Strategies

To prepare them for corporate environment and increase their strength and to make them confident, our key strategies are-

  • Paper Presentations
  • Personality Development & Communication Class
  • Motivation Classes
  • Group Discussions
  • Mock Interviews
  • Seminars
  • Guest Lectures from Corporate
  • Value added courses
  • Workshop

New Initiatives

  • Students participated in the live project of Cargil Foods India for one week at Big Bazar.
  • Establishment of Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) in 2014.
  • Memorandum of Understanding was signed with Reliance capital for Skill Development Training Programme.
  • Memorandum of Understanding was signed between MIET and Magna Carta Cullege, Oxford.

Vision

To be a leading management department that contributes to the development of business & society through quality education and strong research program that provides excellence in grooming leadership & entrepreneurial talent among the aspirants.

Mission

  1. To provide State-of-art management education.
  2. To groom students with entrepreneurial, leadership, economics & strategy formulation skills.
  3. To foster professional development of students coming from diverse backgrounds, to convert them into socially responsible and competent professionals.

Program Educational Objectives

  1. Post Graduates will be able to attain a general level of competence and application of knowledge in the field of management.
  2. Post Graduate Program will enable them to think creative, innovative and become successful Entrepreneurs.
  3. Post Graduates will be able to demonstrate leadership skills in diverse business Scenarios.
  4. Post Graduates will be motivated for continuous Learning and Development.
  5. Post Graduates with this program will inculcate a sense of Business Ethics and societal values in the real life situation
  6. Post Graduates will be well equipped with Quantitative and Qualitative skills to analyze global business environment.

Program Outcomes

  1. Apply knowledge of Management theories and practices to solve business problems.
  2. Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.
  3. Ability to develop Value based Leadership ability.
  4. Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of business.
  5. Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, Contributing effectively to a team environment.

Program Specific Outcome

  1. A thorough knowledge to start entrepreneurial venture & strategy formulation skills.
  2. Ability to align with the contemporary environment.

Course Outcomes

MBA First Year

1. Management Concepts and Indian Ethos (KMB 101)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Gain Knowledge of Indian Ethos and Management Lessons from Mahabharata, Vedas and Kautaliya’s Arthashastra.
  2. Acquire understanding of managerial practices and their perspectives.
  3. Apply planning and managerial decision making skills.
  4. Apply value based management and ethical practices.
  5. Evaluate decision making competencies and Business Ethics.
  6. Develop analytical and problem solving skills, based on understanding of management concepts and theories.
2. Managerial Economics (KMB 102)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Remember the concepts of micro economics and also able to understand the various micro economic principles
  2. Remember the concepts of micro economics and also able to understand the various micro economic principles
  3. Apply various techniques to forecast demand for better utilization of resources.
  4. Analyze the macroeconomic concepts & their relation to micro economic concept & how they affect the business & economy.
  5. Evaluate the different market structure and their different equilibriums for industry as well as for consumers
3. Financial Accounting for Managers (KMB 103)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Name & Explain accounting concepts, principles and conventions for their routine monetary transaction
  2. Identify circumstances providing for increased exposure to fraud and define preventative internal control measures.
  3. Compose financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
  4. Analyze, Solve and communicate the information contained in basic financial statements and Appraise the limitations of such statements.
  5. Identify the basic concepts and importance of working capital management
4. Business Statistics and Analysis (KMB 104)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Outlining Knowledge of basic concept / fundamentals of business statistics and evaluating measures of central tendency, symmetrical and asymmetrical distribution, patterns.
  2. Able to solve the time series analysis by least square method and to estimate, understand the significance and usage of index number. Sketch out the various models under time series.
  3. Evaluate and interpret correlation coefficients & Formulate regression line by identifying dependent and independent variables and analyzing their implication on Business performance.
  4. Outlining basic Theory of Probability with its concepts and analyzing probability theoretical distributions.
  5. Devising strategy for Decision-making in different situations and discussing Decision tree approach and try to find out is application on business.
5. Organisational Behaviour (KMB 105)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Comprehend the nature, functioning and design of organizations as social collectives.
  2. Evaluate the relationship between the organizational characteristics and managerial behavior.
  3. Develop practical insights and problem solving capabilities for effectively managing the Organisational processes as Leadership & Motivation.
  4. Analyse the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations.
  5. Evaluate the concept of change and its implementation.
6. Marketing Management-I (KMB 106)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Remember and gain knowledge of basic marketing concepts.
  2. Understand and comprehend marketing insights on application of basic marketing concepts.
  3. Able to apply and develop Marketing Strategies and Plans
  4. Analyze Business/Consumer markets
  5. Develop skills and ability to identify and evaluate Market Segments and to target them through market research
7. Business Communication (KMB 107)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply business communication strategies and principles to prepare effective communication for domestic and international business
  2. Analyse ethical, legal, cultural, and global issues affecting business Communication, oral skills ,writing skills and listening
  3. Develop an understanding of appropriate organizational formats and channels used in business communications, business letters and presentation
  4. Gaining an understanding of emerging electronic modes of communication.
  5. Developing effective verbal and non verbal communication skills which involves group meetings, interview skills, business etiquettes ,seminars, workshops etc
8. Computer Application in Management (KMB 108)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the basics of computer system and will be able to explain the basic questions on computer system.
  2. Apply communication technology for solving business problems
  3. Identify, explain, solve business communication and create reports.
  4. Understand the basics of business information system and will be able explain basic question of business information system.
  5. Analyze various security & ethics related issues pertaining to the increasing use of information technology.
9. Business Environment (RMB 201)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Relate the forces that shape business and economic structure and build strategies to cope with the same.
  2. Examine the economic & political environmental dynamics to cope with the changing regulations affecting business and its profitability.
  3. Analyze the competitive forces in environment and accordingly devise business policies and strategies to stay in competitive position.
  4. Investigate the desirability of technological advancement in the current set-up and how to gain technological advancement with least cost.
  5. Identify the international influences on domestic business and measures to be taken for successful global business operations.
10. Human Resource management (RMB 202)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Synthesize the role of human resources management as it supports the success of the organization including the effective development of human capital as an agent for organizational change.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of laws that impact behaviour in relationships between employers and employees that ultimately impact the goals and strategies of the organization.
  3. Understand the role of employee benefits and compensation as a critical component of employee performance, productivity and organizational effectiveness.
  4. Able to analyze, manage and with the challenges and complexities of the practice of Human Resource Planning & Training & Development.
  5. Demonstrate & evaluate knowledge of practical application of training and employee development as it impacts organizational strategy and competitive advantage.
11. Business Research Methods (RMB 203)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the concept / fundamentals for different types of research.
  2. Apply relevant research techniques.
  3. Discuss relevant scaling & measurement techniques and should use appropriate sampling techniques.
  4. Design and analyzing different techniques of coding, editing, tabulation and analysis in doing research.
  5. Conclude statistical analysis which includes various parametric test and non-parametric test and ANOVA technique and prepare a report.
12. Financial Management (RMB 204)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Remember the different basic concept / fundamentals of Corporate Finance
  2. Understand the practical application of time value of money and evaluating long term investment decisions
  3. Apply different models for firm’s optimum dividend payout
  4. Develop analytical skills to select the best source of capital ,its structure on the basis of cost of capital
  5. Evaluate long term investment decisions
13. Management Accounting & Control (RMB 205)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the context within which Management Accounting is used for planning and control purposes.
  2. Discuss the use of various costing systems and techniques
  3. Appraise how budgets and variances are used to control and measure performance.
  4. Analyse performance using appropriate variances.
  5. Prepare cost estimates using appropriate assumptions.
  6. Assess the impact on management information of using different costing systems and techniques.
14. Production Operation & Supply Chain Management (RMB 206)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Outline the concepts, application, tools and techniques of operations management in business practices in real time.
  2. Explain the various parts of the operations and production management processes and their interaction with other business functions (strategy, engineering, finance, marketing, HRM, project management and innovation)
  3. Report various factors in the design of effective operating systems.
  4. Formulate the ability to identify operational methodologies to assess and improve an organizations performance.
  5. Analyze the concepts of Material Management and Supply Chain Management and asses its impact on organization efficiency.
15. Quantitative Techniques for Managers (RMB 207)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic operations research concepts and terminology involved in optimization techniques
  2. Understand how to estimate and solve business-related problems and constructing the optimal solution.
  3. Apply certain mathematical techniques in getting the best possible solution to a problem involving limited resources and analyzing the result.
  4. Apply the most widely used quantitative techniques in machine problems and devising the better services for customers.
  5. Identify project goals, constraints, deliverables, performance criteria, control needs, and resource requirements in order to produce and assess the project success.
16. Legal Aspects of Business (RMB208)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Describe current law, rules, and regulations related to settling business disputes.
  2. Acquire a sound understanding of the legal aspects of the laws affecting businesses.
  3. Apply basic legal knowledge to business transactions.
  4. Communicate effectively using standard business and legal terminology.
  5. Analyse a given business context using basic understanding of the applicable Acts and develop a suitable operational framework.

MBA Second Year

1. Strategic Management (RMB 302)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand of the key concepts and principles of strategic management
  2. Develop a set of useful analytical skills, tools and techniques for analyzing a company strategically
  3. Understand the nature and dynamics of the strategy formulation and implementation processes.
  4. Think critically and strategically
  5. Able to identify strategic issues and design appropriate courses of action
2. International Business Management (RMB 302)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the key issues & concepts of International Business & also discussing the different modes of entry.
  2. Explain the concept of free trade & outline various Forms of Protection. Also categorizing International Trade Theories Vs International Investment Theories.
  3. Sketch out the framework of International Product Life Cycle and applying concept of HRM at international level.
  4. Outline the monetary framework in which international business transactions are formulated i.e. Foreign Exchange Determination Systems.
  5. Describe various International Institutions & Assess its impact on Indian Economy.
3. Talent management (RMBHR 01)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the concept of Talent management and its relevance in the organization.
  2. Identify talent Identification, Acquisition, Development and Retention tools.
  3. Analyse multiple perspectives of Talent Management and develop an understanding of how to manage other people (i.e. their subordinates or peers).
  4. Evaluate impact of Managing talent on the organization.
  5. Assess themselves with regard to talent and career-related issues.
4. Performance and Reward management (RMBHR 02)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Comprehend & relate the concept of performance management system and its relevance in the organization.
  2. Explain and apply the methods adopted by the organizations for different level of employees.
  3. Analyse and incorporate the competencies required to understand the importance of career development.
  4. Develop and judge the compensation methodology of organisations at different levels.
  5. Explain how to prepare pay roll on excel and also various aspects of compensation system in India.
5. Industrial relations and Labour Laws (RMBHR 03)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the objectives, function aspects and significance of Industrial Relation and know challenges of Industrial Relation. Plan to built healthy working environment
  2. Identify the problems of Trade Union .Industrial/democracy/Participative Management and Collective Bargaining.
  3. Plan for resolving disputes and maintain code of Discipline. Analyze & plan for Disciplinary action.
  4. Plan for Settlement Grievance Procedure with the help of trade union and Employer.
  5. Analyze the Different acts related to IR.Payment of minimum wages contract labour,ESI,Gratuity,PF,Compensation,Factory and Miscellaneous Act.
6. Sales and Distribution Management (RMBMK 01)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand and discuss the skills in Sales Force Management.
  2. Understand and analyse various sales organisation structures and explaining its role in sales management.
  3. Analyse and generate decisions alternatives in the context of realistic problem situations in Sales and Distribution Management.
  4. Outline and Categorize various marketing channels and sketching down its impact on the distribution management.
  5. Design and analyse the concepts of Marketing Channel Management and Channel Conflicts and assessing its impact on Intermediaries efficiency.
7. Consumer Behaviour (RMBMK 02)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Relate the concept of consumer behavior & the changing face of consumer behavior
  2. Examine the influences on customer choice: the individual customers make up.
  3. Assess the external environment in which the customer is embedded.
  4. Infer the cognitive skills to enable the application of the knowledge of consumer behavior to marketing decision making and activities
  5. Design how concepts may be applied to marketing strategy
8. Digital Marketing (RMB MK 03)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify how changing technology impacts the Digital Marketing environment
  2. Explain the concept of social media and various channels through which it operates, and sketch its role in marketing strategy
  3. Construct social media listening skills for effective evaluation of social media tools and marketing
  4. Categories various digital platform and asses its impact on organization marketing strategy.
  5. Design a successful written, visual, and digital communication skill, essential for a career in digital marketing including social media marketing and justify its relevance with organization effectiveness.
9. Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (RMBFM 01)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Outline of Capital Market & Regularity systems for equity markets. Explain how to do Trading of securities.
  2. Analyze & evaluate the riskiness of a stock or a portfolio position. Also discuss Fundamental Analysis.
  3. Differentiate Technical Versus Fundamental analysis & construct Capital Asset Pricing Model. Also Generate the Efficient Market Hypothesis.
  4. Outline, and critically evaluate Equity Discounted Cash-flow valuation techniques & also perform Valuation of Debentures/Bonds.
  5. Match stock and bond portfolios in accordance with a person's risk preferences & composing alternatives including revision of portfolio
10. Tax planning and Management (RMBFM 02)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Remember the scope of tax planning concerning various business
  2. Understand their Tax and Tax planning
  3. Apply Corporate Tax and Taxation in case of business restructuring
  4. Analyze implication of tax planning strategies
  5. Evaluate Tax planning strategies
11. Financial Market and Commercial Banking (RMBFM 03)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand and define about the functioning and importance of various financial institutions in India and its role in economic development.
  2. Define & explain the organization structure, functions, recent developments and significance of RBI, Commercial Banking, NBFC and Sectorial financial institutions.
  3. Define and explain Indian Capital market, its operations, instruments and regulations etc.
  4. Define & explain the various Financial Instruments and Foreign Investments trends, implications and regulations.
  5. Discuss the role of banking in India. Discuss various products of Banking & Mutual fund, Equity & Life Insurance and General Insurance.
12. International Marketing (RMBIB 01)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the motives for firm going international and know global market research. Plan for selecting international market.
  2. Identify the international marketing modes .International marketing mix.
  3. Plan for product promotions and communication alternatives. Analyze & plan for effective promotions.
  4. Plan for pricing quotation. Relate to the various pricing methods being offered by the government in general.
  5. Analyze the structure of the channel of distribution for capital goods, diamond & jewelry, agricultural & pharmaceutical products.
13. International Logistics (RMBIB 02)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. View logistics as more than an operational function that passively executes a plan, but as a strategic function that creates value and competitive advantage
  2. Design & plan in the right way the process of organizing and conducting the proceedings relating to the transport and shipping.
  3. Identify the importance of warehousing. Build a cost effective transportation system.
  4. Relate to the various constituents of water transport. Identify the concept of air transport.
  5. Analyze the supply chain management process & the role of ICT in SCM.
14. Export Import Documentation (RMBIB 03)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the product for export and market payment terms. Plan for selecting the export product.
  2. Identify the role of clearing & forwarding agent, Marine insurance, ECGC & GSP Infer the shipping formalities.
  3. Plan for formation of letter of credit. Analyze & plan for effective transportation system.
  4. Plan for export/import operations. Relate to the various promotion schemes being offered by the government in general.
  5. Analyze the promotional schemes for capital goods, diamond & jewelry, agricultural & pharmaceutical products. Relate to the concept of SEZ, EHTP, STP & EOU’s.
15. Corporate Governance: Values and Ethics (RMB 401)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Explain the nature and benefits of good corporate governance & identify Social Responsibility of Corporates.
  2. Identify key stakeholders in relation to corporate governance and describe their role and function. Apply how good corporate governance benefits a company and examine the Changing Roles of Corporate Boards with changing times.
  3. Compare Moral Values vs Spiritual Values. . Devise a strategy to resolve Conflict between personal values and organizational goals.
  4. Discuss the concept of Ethical Dilemma, sketch out the roles and responsibilities of Ethics Management. Formulate the Guidelines for developing code of ethics.
  5. Identify the The Regulatory and voluntary actions , analyze the concept of Institutionalizing of Ethics, & Assess the implications of different discipline with ethics.
16. Entrepreneurship Development (RMB 402)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Outline the different methods to assess the attractiveness of business opportunities.
  2. Explain the various characteristics for an attractive business opportunity and common pitfalls during the entrepreneurial process
  3. Design, organize, and lead a team with the goal of bringing new products and services to market
  4. Report on a business plan of a new venture of product and service industry
  5. Analyze the concepts of systematic process to select and screen a business idea and asses its viability
17. Training & Development (RMBHR 04)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand Training and Development and its role in optimizing performance.
  2. Gain Knowledge of Different Methods and Process of Training and Development.
  3. Apply theoretical concepts and models to training design.
  4. Evaluate the effectiveness of training & development interventions.
  5. Design training & development Programme for the organisation.
18. Negotiation & Conflict Management (RMBHR 05)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Locate the central concepts of negotiation and conflict
  2. Explain the importance of good communication skills; the influence of gender and cultural differences, persuasion, perception and power in conflict resolution
  3. Construct the practical experience of a negotiator in the negotiation and conflict management process.
  4. Explain the importance of good communication skills; the influence of gender and cultural differences, persuasion, perception and power in conflict resolution
  5. Design negotiation strategies for a variety of different diplomatic contexts, including formal, informal, bilateral and multilateral settings
  6. Analyse and evaluate the nature and causes of contemporary conflicts.
19. Marketing of Services (RMBMK 04)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Remember and gain knowledge of basics of services marketing.
  2. Understand and comprehend perceive service shortcomings in reference to marketing environment
  3. Analyze and generate critical issues of service design, related to customer service experience, expectations, perceptions and outcomes.
  4. Able to apply and develop Service Marketing Strategies to deliver high quality customized services.
  5. Develop skills and ability to identify and evaluate success of service offerings by measuring the service quality and identifying the gaps
20. Integrated marketing Communication (RMBMK 05)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify and describe various IMC approaches in the development of an overall advertising and promotional plan.
  2. Outline and able to construct the marketing communication budget.
  3. Identify and Sketching down critical thinking and analytical ability through formulating an integrated marketing communication campaign.
  4. Construct and design advertising strategy that employs an appropriate message objectives and analyse its impact on message objectives.
  5. Devise insight into the characteristics of different forms of marketing communications such as advertising, sales promotion, public relations, point-of-purchase communication and assess its role in Promotional Plan.
21. Working Capital Management (RMBFM 04)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand and define the concept of working capital management and able to solve practical problem. Compare and contrast the relative merits of alternative working capital policies and the likely short-term and long-term impact on the firm.
  2. Understand and describe the concept of Cash Management and Marketable securities and able to compute the optimum cash balance of an organization.
  3. Understand and discuss the various policies of credit and collection and able to solve practical problems.
  4. Understand & describe the various tools and techniques of inventory management and able to solve practical problems.
  5. Assess and analyze the various sources of working capital financing and the norms for bank finance.
22. Financial Derivatives (RMBFM 05)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Outline the principles of derivatives pricing & discussing the concept of hedging with forward market.
  2. Identify the types of futures, Analyze the concept of arbitrage & speculation in currency futures & able to solve the price related problems of forward and futures contracts using the cost of carry model.
  3. Analyze the concept of hedging, arbitrage & speculation in currency options & able to solve the price related problems of Black Scholes option pricing Model while composing the concept of Index option.
  4. Discuss Financial Swaps with its identification & categorization.
23. Trading Blocks & Foreign Trade Frame Work (RMBIB 04)

After completing the course student will be able to:

  1. Analyze the foreign trade policy of India. Discuss the importance of regional economic integrations.
  2. Investigate the foreign trade & trade agreements of India with various regional economic integrations.
  3. Describe the institutionalization of international trade. Identify the role of WTO in world trade.
  4. Examine India’s trade relations & trade agreements with various trading blocks.
  5. Describe the foreign investment policy of India.

Faculty

faculty
Dr. Ajay Singh
Designation Professor
Graduation B.Tech (Utkal University)
Post Graduation M.B.A. (Kanpur University)
Doctorate Ph.D. (Awadh University)
Teaching Experience 15 Years
Industry Experience 3 Years
Email id ajay.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Business Statistics, Operations Research, Business Research
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Puneet Agarwal
Designation Professor
Graduation B.TECH (I.T., BHU, Varanasi)
Post Graduation PGDM (IIM, Ahmedabad)
Teaching Experience  
Industry Experience 23 Years
Email id puneet@miet.ac.in
faculty
Dr. Vaishali Goel
Designation Associate Professor & Head
Graduation B.Sc. (C.C.S. University Meerut)
Post Graduation M.B.A. (CCS University Meerut)
Doctorate Ph.D. (Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar)
Teaching Experience 17 Years
Email id vaishali.goel@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing
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Ms. Akansha Agarwal
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B.Sc. (Science)
Post Graduation PGDM.(IMS,Ghaziabad)
Teaching Experience 15 Years
Email id akanksha.agarwal@miet.ac.in
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Dr. Sandeep Kapoor
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com. (CCS University Meerut)
Post Graduation M.B.E. (CCS University Meerut)
Doctorate Ph.D. (CCS University Meerut)
Teaching Experience 11 Years
Industrial Experience 3 Years
Email id sandeep.kapoor@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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 Vikhyat Singhal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech (CCS University, Meerut)
Post Graduation MBA (CCS University, Meerut)
Doctorate Pursuing Ph.D (Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun)
Teaching Experience 10 Years
Industrial Experience 3.5 Years
Email id vikhyat.singhal@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing and HR
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Mr. Rocky Sachan
Designation Assistant Professor, Net Qualified
Graduation B.Sc. PCM (Lucknow University, Lucknow)
Post Graduation M.I.B.M (Lucknow University, Lucknow)
Doctorate Pursuing
Teaching Experience 09 Years
Industrial Experience 10 Years
Email id rocky.sachan@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing & International Business
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Rahul Singhal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com
Post Graduation M.B.A. (FMS Gurukul Kangari University, Haridwar)
Other ACS (Institute of Company Secretaries of India) CA-PE-II (Institute of Chartered Accountants of India)
Teaching Experience 10 Years
Industry Experience 1 Year
Email id rahul.singhal@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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Mr. Manish Manglik
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc (CCS University Meerut)
Post Graduation M.B.A (UPTU)
Teaching Experience 11 years
Email id manish.manglik@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing and HR
faculty
Ms. Shipra Srivastava
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc. (CCS University, Meerut)
Post Graduation PGDBM (Centre for Management Development, Modinagar)
Teaching Experience 8 Years
Industrial Experience 3 Years
Email id shipra.srivastava@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Human Resource Management
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Dr. Ashutosh Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.A. (Awadh University, Faizabad)
Post Graduation M.B.A. (UPTU, Lucknow)
Doctorate Ph.D.
Teaching Experience 7.5 Years
Email id ashutosh.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Digital Marketing, Human Resource Management & CRM
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Ms. Madhu Bala Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.A. (CCS University, Meerut)
Post Graduation MBA (UPTU, Lucknow), MA (CCS University, Meerut)
Doctorate Pursuing Ph.D (Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Tech. Univ., Lucknow, U.P.)
Teaching Experience 6 Years
Industrial Experience 8 Years
Email id madhu.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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Ms. Komal Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BCA (CCS University, Meerut)
Post Graduation MBA (UPTU, Lucknow), Pursuing M.Com
Teaching Experience 5.6 Years
Email id komal.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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Ms. Aruna
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BBA (CCS University)
Post Graduation MBA( Punjab Technical University)
Teaching Experience 8 years
Email id aruna.faculty@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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Ms. Purvi Sangal
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BBA – (CCS University)
Post Graduation MBA (Uttar Pradesh Technical University), MA-Economics, (CCS University)
Teaching Experience 5 years
Email id sangalpurvi8@gmail.com
Area of Interest Finance & HR
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Ms. Shradha Kalia
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com (Allahabad University)
Post Graduation MBA (IFCAI)
Doctorate Pursuing Ph.D from UPES, Dehradun
Teaching Experience 4 Months
Industrial Experience 18 Years
Email id shradha.kalia@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest HR and Marketing
faculty
Priyanka Manglik
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.A. (M. D.U., Rohtak)
Post Graduation MBA (UPTU, Lucknow)
Teaching Experience 2.5 Years
Email id priyanka.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing and HR
faculty
Ms. Babita Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc (Biotechnology)
Post Graduation MBA in HR and IB
Teaching Experience 1 year
Industrial Experience 6 Years
Email id babita.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest HR

 

PLACEMENT

MIET is renowned for its full- fledged Placement Cell with support of Advisory Committee to provide placement assistance to all students. At MIET companies are invited to recruit students from various specializations. Many reputed organizations have visited the institute for providing opportunities to the students. The MBA Department witnessed 100% placement for the session 2015-16.

Placement Reports

Placement Report: 2018 Click Here
Placement Report: 2017 Click Here
Placement Report: 2016 Click Here
Placement Report: 2015 Click Here
Placement Report: 2014 Click Here
Placement Report: 2013 Click Here

Companies List

Companies List: 2018 Click Here
Companies List: 2017 Click Here
Companies List: 2016 Click Here
Companies List : 2015 Click Here
Companies List: 2014 Click Here
Companies List: 2013 Click Here

SUMMER INTERNSHIP

MIET gives utmost importance to assist the students for summer internship. The placement cell along with the Advisory Committee provides necessary support to the students during summer internship. The objective behind summer internship is to expose students to real corporate world. It gives an opportunity to apply the knowledge and their skills in the real corporate life. The summer internship is of six to eight weeks. 80% of the first year students have been provided with summer internship. Some students received offers of stipend for summer internship from various companies. Few names are listed below

Summer Internships: 2018 Click Here
Summer Internships: 2017 Click Here
Summer Internships: 2016 Click Here
Summer Internships: 2015 Click Here
Summer Internships: 2014 Click Here
Summer Internships: 2013 Click Here

 

Syllabus

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The Students of MIET-MBA Second year have successfully completed the online Marketing Fundamentals Qualification certified by Google.

Award

  • Shivangi Singh, student of MBA First year stands first runner up at the MMA Dayal Annual Debate 2018 on the topic   “NATIONAL INTERESTS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER PRIVACY” organized by Meerut management Association.
  • Vidit Agarwal, student of MBA Second year won First Prize and Megha Bhardwaj and Garima Mishra student of MBA Second year got Appreciation Certificate in Summer Internship Project Competition (Anubhav 2017) conduted by ITS, Ghaziabad.
  • Saumya Sangal and Ritika Goel, students of MBA First year, were selected as the best team and Shivangi, student of MBA First year, was selected as the best speaker against the motion in Debate Competition under the Vigilance Awareness Week 2017sponsored by dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd (Ministry of Railways).
  • Vidit Agarwal, Student of MBA Second year, received the award of best speaker in the debate competition organized by Syndicate Bank, Regional Office, Meerut on the topic “My Vision- Corruption free India”.
  • Two students, Sucheta Pillania and Pooja Kakkar, of MBA Second year were selected for the College round of StockMlND 6 held at MIET.

Placement & Internship

Department has achieved ‘Outstanding’ placement for final year students and 80% of the first year students have been provided with summer internship in various companies. Students of first year have also received offers of stipend for summer internship from various companies.

Kiran Bhatia and Divya Singhal (Batch 2015-17) received stipend for their work as HR intern in 'The Sachdev Groups'.

The Students of 2015-17 batch, who had worked in 'Outlook Magazines' also received a handsome amount of stipend for their work as marketing Intern.

Pre Placement Offers (2017-18)

Pre Placement Offers (2018-19)

Toppers of the batch 2017-18

S. No. Roll No. Name of The Student Course Percentage
1 1606870031 Chhavi Saraswat MBA III sem 83.44
2 1606870136 Vinita Chauhan MBA III sem 83.22
3 1606870123 Tabasum Kausar MBA III sem 82.89
4 1706870070 Rinkle Deshwal MBA I sem 85%
5 1706870018 Anushree Choudhary MBA I sem 84%
6 1706870040 Kirti Gupta MBA I sem 81%

Toppers of the batch 2016-17

S. No. Name of The Student Course Percentage
1 VINITA CHAUHAN MBA I SEM 83.1
2 CHHAVI SARASWAT MBA I SEM 82.2
3 SANJOLI RASTOGI MBA I Sem. 78.3
4 KAJAL ARORA MBA III SEM 80.5
5 VAIBHAVI NAGAR MBA III SEM 80.4
6 KARISHMA ARORA MBA III SEM 80.1

Toppers of the batch 2015-16

S. No. Name of The Student Course Percentage
1 Ms. Kajal Arora MBA I SEM 72.5
2 Ms. Komal Sikka MBA (I) Sem. 71.75
3 Ms. Riya Jain MBA III SEM 80.22
4 Ms. Shivani Malik MBA (III) Sem. 78.44

Toppers of the batch 2014-15

S. No. Name of The Student Course Percentage
1 Ms. Chahat Siddhu MBA III SEM 83.4
2 Ms. Kamini MBA III SEM 82.2
3 Ms. Priya MBA III SEM 82
4 Ms. Divya Rana MBA I SEM 83.5
5 Ms. Shivani Saxena MBA I SEM 80.1
6 Ms. Avantika Teotia MBA I SEM 80

Toppers of the batch 2013-14

S. No. Name of The Student Course Percentage
1 Ms. Chahat Siddhu MBA I SEM 81.40
2 Ms. Kajol MBA I SEM 77.80
3 Ms. Neha MBA III SEM 79.60
4 Ms. Sonam Aggarwal MBA III SEM 76.50

Toppers of the batch 2012-13

S. No. Name of The Student Course Percentage
1 Ms. Aayushi Gupta MBA III SEM 74
2 Ms. Palak MBA III SEM 73.33
3 Mr. Ankit Sharma MBA III SEM 73.3
4 Ms. Saloni Goyal MBA I SEM 75.8
5 Ms. Richa Yadav MBA I SEM 73.8
6 Ms. Palak Jain MBA I SEM 72.9

Sangeeta of MBA first year was selected for Internship in the HR Division at Pearlpet along with pre-placement offer.

Consultancy and External Grants

    1. Department has received a grant of Rs. 200000/- from IIPA , New Delhi (Ministry of Consumer Affairs) to undertake research on consumer protection in the year 2014.
    2. Department received grant of Rs. 700000/- from AICTE, New Delhi under EDC scheme in the year 2011-12.
    3. Department received grant of Rs. 100000/- from IIPA, New Delhi to conduct Seminar in the year 2007-08.

The State Bank of India, Consultancy Services Cell, New Delhi, conducted three days "Entrepreneurship Development Programme" for MBA students.

"Honda conducted one day road safety campaign for girls of MIET in collaboration with amar Ujala".

Events & Competitions

ICT Academy conducted two days Faculty Development Programme on Leadership Skills Level I on 8th and 9th June 2018.

  1. Organised Ad Mad Show on 24th August, 2016
  2. Extempore Competition on 15th November, 2016.
  3. Brand Antakshri Organized on 2nd March, 2017
  4. JAM Competition conducted on 19th September, 2017
  5. Conducted Alumni Meet on 1st October, 2017.
  6. Farewell party on Farewell party on 5th May, 2018.
  7. Orientation Programme of MBA First year students on 10th August 2018.
  8. Conducted Fresher’s party on 18th August 2018.

Faculty Development Programme

ICT Academy conducted two days Faculty Development Programme on Leadership Skills Level I on 8th and 9th June 2018.

Seminars, Conferences and workshops held in the department

S. No. Program Date Sponsor Details
1 Skills Development Program 14th Feb to 27th Feb, 2012 AICTE Brochure
2 Skills Development Program 24th Jan to 6th Feb, 2012 AICTE Brochure
3 National Seminar on Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Rural India 24th Nov to 26th Nov, 2011 AICTE Souvenir
4 Emerging Opportunities for SMEs 9th April, 2011 MIET Brochure
5 National Seminar on Consumer Protection and Welfare 7-8, March, 2008 IIPA Brochure

Guest Lectures (Session 2017-18)

  1. Professor Azhar Husain, IHM, Meerut delivered a lecture on "Importance of Dining Etiquettes".
  2. Dr. Poonam Devdutt, Consultant Psychologist, LLRM Medical College, Meerut delivered her views on "Impact of Personality on Management Students".
  3. Mr. Kundan Singh, Deputy Manager (Training and Recruitment), American Cybersystems, Noida expressed his views on “Effectiveness of Training Need Analysis”.
  4. Mr. Dinesh Chandwani, Managing Director, The Walnut School of Ideas” conducted an “Entrepreneurship Development Programme”.
  5. Ms. Deeksha Sangal, Managing Director, Sangal Institute of Digital Marketing, Meerut organized a workshop on “The Current and Future Trends in Digital Marketing”.
  6. Humam Parvez, Operations Manager, NDTV, New Delhi, expressed his views on "Prospects in Online Marketing".

Workshops (Session 2017-18)

  1. A two days Financial Workshop with certificate for the students of MBA- Finance was conducted to let them have an understanding of Stock Market by the experts from KARVY.
  2. Experts from Global Talent Track (GTT) conducted two Days “Barclays Life skills training” with certificate for all MBA students.
  3. One Day Investor Awareness Camp Organised by Karvy.
  4. ICT Academy and Salesforce conducted Five Days Workshop on Sales Force Business Administration for the students of MBA First and Second Year also add the picture.
  5. MIET organized one week Advanced Microsoft Excel Training for the MBA Students.

     

Guest Lectures (Session 2016-17)

  1. Mr. Vipin Kumar Pal, Senior Key Accounts Manager, HUL, Gurgaon, delivered guest lecture on the topic “Modern Marketing Concepts”.
  2. Mr. Shivinder Sharma, Managing Director, Kasturi Lal and Sons(Sports Wear), Meerut shared his views on “Current Business
    Trends”.
  3. Dr. Poonam Devdutt, Consultant Psychologist, LLRM Medical College, Meerut delivered guest lecture on “Personality Test and
    Strategies for Success”.
  4. Jitendra Singh Negi, H R Manager, S.G. Sports, Meerut delivered talk on “Human Resource Strategies in Sports Industry”.
  5. Ankit Brach, TSM, Tata Tele Services, Chandigarh throw light on “Sharing Experiences in Telecom Industry”.
  6. Dr. Poonam Devdutt, Consultant Psychologist, LLRM Medical College, Meerut conducted guest lecture on the topic “Self-
    Analysis and Strategies for Success”.
  7. Ms. Preeti Nandi, Finance Executive, Continental India Pvt. Ltd.,
    Meerut shared her views on “Corporate Etiquettes”.
  8. Mr. Rajesh Agarwal, Manager, Nelco Sports Pvt. Ltd discussed about the “Contemporary Issues of Sports Industry in Meerut”.

Guest Lectures (Session 2015-16)

  1. Mr. Rakesh Kohli, Managing Director, Stag International, Meerut delivered his views on the topic “Marketing strategies in sports industry”.
  2. Mr. Satendra Kumar Sharma, District Village Industries Officer, discussed on the topic “Role of Government in promoting Khadi and Village industries in India”.
  3. Ms. Neha Azam, Assistant Manager, Bank of Baroda, delivered a talk on “Career Development and Motivation”.
  4. Ms. Supriya Rani, HR Executive, Commdel Consulting Services Private Limited, New Delhi, expressed her views on the topic “Selecting and Interviewing strategies of MNC’s”.
  5. Mr. Vipin Kumar Pal, Senior Key Accounts Manager, HUL, Gurgaon, delivered guest lecture on the topic “Market Share and Value Weighted Distribution”.

Guest Lectures (Session 2014-15)

  1. Mr. Vijay Kumar Srivastava, Assistant General Manager (SME Loan), BOB,
    Meerut delivered a lecture on the topic “The role of Banks in promoting SME’s”.
  2. Mr. Shailendra Prasad, Branch Manager, NSIC, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Garg,
    Manager Accounts, NSIC, Mr. Ashish Chaudhary, Deputy Manager-Business
    Development, NSIC and Mr. R. K. Sharma, Assistant Director (MSME-DI), Agra
    delivered a lecture on “Entrepreneurship Development”.
  3. Mr. I. V Thapliyal, Senior Manager, Parag Dairy, Meerut delivered a lecture on
    the topic “Marketing Strategies with special reference to Milk Products”.
  4. Mr. Brijesh Jain, Sr. Manager- FGM Office, PNB, Meerut delivered a lecture on
    the topic “Role of Banks in Entrepreneurship Development”.

Guest Lectures (Session 2013-14)

  1. Mr. Vikas Pathak, Senior Manager, Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance, Meerut,
    delivered lecture on the topic “Marketing Strategies in Life Insurance”.
  2. Mr. Vipin Kumar Pal, Senior Key Accounts Manager, HUL, Gurgaon, delivered
    lecture on the topic “Channel Management of FMCG Goods”.
  3. Mr H. P. Singh, Chief Consultant, NIESBUD, delivered a lecture on the topic
    “Orientation Program, for EDP and Export Program”.
  4. Mr. Mukul Sharma, Sr. Activation Manager, HUL, Gurgaon, delivered a lecture
    on the topic “New Product Launch Strategies at HUL”.

Guest Lectures (Session 2012-13)

  1. Mr. Saurabh Jain, Manager, Religare commodities, delivered a lecture on the
    topic “Analysis of commodities and equity markets”.
  2. Mr. Yogendra Agarwal, Manager, IFFCO Tokio General Insurance, Meerut,
    shared his experiences on the topic “Marketing strategies in General insurance”.
  3. Mr. Rajiv Singhal, Chartered Accountant, Meerut, delivered a lecture on the
    topic “Shaping the career in current global scenario”.
  4. Mr. Kuldeep Nagar, Finance Manager, Sheela Foam, Ghaziabad, delivered a
    lecture on the topic “Inventory Management Techniques at Sheela Foam”.

Industry Visit (Session 2017-18)

  1. Sheela Foam, Greater Noida
  2. Stag International, Meerut
  3. ICD (All Cargo), Dadri
  4. S.G. Sports, Meerut
  5. Alps Industries Ltd., Meerut
  6. Barclays Bank, Noida
  7. Mohiuddinpur Sugar Mill

Live Projects

Department of Business and Management Studies (MBA) at MIET emphasize on assisting its students to develop problem-solving and communication skills, leadership and team building skills, critical and analytical abilities which enable students to better understand and deal with the complex issues of management in a changing business environment.

For this MBA department provides all opportunities its students to pursue live research projects which combines with real-world industry experience and deliver programs that are stimulating, relevant, and provide students with skills that are transportable to any profession.

Students of MBA First year are currently doing a live project with KITCO Pvt. Ltd. They are doing a survey for Airport Authority of India.

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Session 2017-2019

  1. 13 Students of MBA Second year did live projects of 5 days for Big Bazar. -- Photo
  2. 9 Students of MBA Second year did live projects of 8 days for Amar Ujala.

Few research works that have been undertaken by the students over the past two years:

Balance Sheet Analysis 2015-16 Click Here
Marketing Projects 2014-15 Click Here
Balance Sheet Analysis 2014-15 Click Here
Balance Sheet Analysis 2013-14 Click Here
Marketing Projects 2013-14 Click Here
Industry Analysis Click Here
Country Analysis Click Here

Marketing Projects 2014-15

CHIPS Click Here
TWO WHEELERS Click Here
BABY PRODUCTS Click Here
ICE-CREAMS Click Here
APPAREL Click Here
CHOCOLATES Click Here
COSMETICS Click Here
FACE WASH Click Here
FOOT WEAR Click Here
MILK Click Here
NOODLES Click Here
SHAMPOO Click Here
SOFT DRINKS Click Here
TELE VISION Click Here
BISCUIT Click Here
HAIR OIL Click Here
WASHING MACHINE Click Here

Consumer Behaviour and Integrated Marketing Communication Projects

2015-16

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Balance Sheet Analysis 2014-15

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Industry & Country Analysis 2014-15

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Students Speak
Group Photographs 2011-13 Batch

Alumni Speak

After two amazing years at Miet, I felt confident, motivated and my work had in a focused direction, and most importantly I had a strong portfolio.  What does Miet mean to me now? The beginning of a new and long journey.

-Neha Azam, Bank of Baroda

The teaching staff at Miet is truly exceptional.   They give passion, inspiration and they dazzle one with their compassion and knowledge of the professional World.

-Humam Parvez, Go Java

I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunities at Miet. Miet facilitate the education of MBA in many branches with very rich culture and social status. And when people have a larger understanding of the human experience, they become better Manager and better people.

-Chahat Sidhu, Entrepreneur

What influenced me the most were the Professional staff? Their dedication, their discussions, and the examples they set. I feel like I'm just skimming the surface when I try to describe their abilities to teach. Lessons learned at Miet have provided me with an important foundation for the path I am walking now.

- Ankit Brach, Tata Tele Services

 

MIET MBA program combines rigorous theoretical learning with applied projects on current market scenario, along with practice in technical writing and presentation skills. This gives one a solid background for almost any future career.'         

-Kajol Verma, Fidility

 

To say that time I spent at Miet influenced my work would be an understatement.  During the two years it took for me to earn my Association of management, There are things that I have learned because of the love for management at Miet.

-Ankur Sharma, Axis Bank

 

I would like to (reflect) upon the faculty at this magnificent institution.  I have much admiration for the work they have done, and it is this work and interaction with students.

-Arushi Kaushik, KEC

Students Speak

At MIET, Management programme is very good and gives students the opportunity to be involved in exciting cutting edge multidisciplinary projects. They participated in several social activities with the students, as well as seminars and roundtables on topics of interest to students.

-Tanya Sharma MBA-I SEM

Learned the value of Management from the MIET. I will always cherish my experience at MIET as a student.

-Ankit Singh MBA-III SEM

'I can’t imagine a better place to study Management than at MIET. The faculties are fantastic, with diverse interests on the cutting edge of the field. The environment is welcoming and congenial.'

-Urvashi Gautam MBA-I SEM

'I feel very fortunate to have the opportunities at Miet. Miet facilitate the education of MBA in many branches with very rich culture and social status. And when people have a larger understanding of the human experience, they become better Manager and better people.

Akash Panwar MBA-I SEM

Life in the MBA program goes beyond the cohort classrooms. MIET helped me to build a holistic understanding of Corporate. The best thing about MIET is that there is something to do here for everyone.

Somya Sangal MBA-III SEM

MIET MBA program combines rigorous theoretical learning with applied projects on current market scenario, along with practice in technical writing and presentation skills. This gives one a solid background for almost any future career.'

Nishi Rathore MBA-I SEM

On field research work has improved my credibility, confidence and ability to influence others. The activities and assignments encouraged me to interact with people and, in turn, grow as a person.

Akash Chaudhary MBA-III SEM

 

Department Journal (IJAMM)

Department Journal (IJAMM)

What is Leaders Club (LC)?

LC is a student oriented organization, which basically dedicated to faciliating effective communication among students, organizing academic and social activities for enhancing students overall personality.

Vision Statement

Excellence in Management with global perspective for the well being of Entrepreneurs, Managers, MIET & the nation as a whole.

 Mission Statement

The mission of LC is to promote the exploration of new academic horizons in the filed of Management studies, for facilitatating  and organizing  various activities related to academic group and to work, think and plan together in a cooperative environment.

Role of LC.

The role of LC will be to:

  1. Develop creativity, integrity, team spirit, leadership qualities for building confidence into the students.
  2. Helps to create awareness among members about the new management practices and development in the field of Business Management.
  3. Equip students with the global perspective in the field of Management.
  4. Bring together the diverse practices realted to Business for exchanging knowledge and enable its members to become responsbile leaders for the societial benefit.
  5. Provide wide range of opportunities for healty intearaction among students and provide career development in their respective area of  

Code of Conduct

Since LC is a forum for the students and by the students therefore, all the members of forum are required to follow the following code of conduct:

  1. All the members of LC should be honest and be aware with all the duties and responsibilities.
  2. Members of LC should have a feeling of team spirit which makes society environment more peaceful.
  3. To take initiative and actively participate in all events organized by the society.
  4. To be aware of their rights as the members of the society.
  5. To be always genuine on ethical grounds and be disciplines.