MBA (MIET Business School)

MBA (MIET Business School)

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  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives
  • Program outcomes
  • Course Outcomes
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About Course

The MIET Business School 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 of the Department

“To be a leading management department in the country that provides quality education, to develop entrepreneurs & leaders”

Mission of the Department

  • To provide quality education in the field of Management.
  • To groom students with entrepreneurial & leadership skills, to convert them into future business leaders
  • To foster professional development of students coming from diverse educational backgrounds.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. Graduates will be able to attain a general level of competence and application of knowledge in the field of management.
  2. Graduate Program will enable them to think creative, innovative and become successful Entrepreneurs.
  3. Graduates will be able to demonstrate leadership skills in diverse business Scenarios.
  4. Graduates will be motivated for continuous Learning and Development.
  5. 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.

FIRST YEAR: MBA (I SEMESTER)

KMB 101: Management concept and Indian Ethos
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will understand the concept of Indian Ethos and Management lessons from Mahabharata, Vedas and Kautaliya’s Arthashastra Understand (C 2)
2 Student will understand about managerial practices and perspectives. Understand (C 2)
3 Student will apply planning and managerial decision-making skills Apply (C 3)
4 Student will understand the complexities associated with management of human resources in the organizations Understand (C 2)
5 Student will understand both qualitative & quantitative information formulate best controlling & monitoring method Understand (C 2)
KMB 102: Managerial Economics
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Apply the various micro economic principles to make effective economic decisions under conditions of risk and uncertainty. Apply (C3)
2 Analyze the concepts of demand & supply for various changing situations in industry for better utilization of resources. Analyze (C 4)
3 How the production output changes with the change in inputs and able to analyze the effect of cost to business and their relation to analyze the volatility in the business world. Analyze (C 4)
4 Evaluate the different market structure and their different equilibriums for industry as well as for consumers for the survival in the industry by the application of various pricing strategies. Evaluate (C5)
5 Analyze the macroeconomic concepts & how they affect the business & economy. Analyze (C 4)
KMB 103: Financial Accounting for Managers
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to apply accounting concepts, principles and conventions for their routine monetary transaction Apply (C 3)
2 Student will be able to compose financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles Apply (C3)
3 Student will be able to analyze, Solve and communicate the information contained in basic financial statements and Appraise the limitations of such statements. Evaluate (C 5)
4 Student will be able to Evaluate the working capital requirements of an organization. Evaluate (C5)
5 Student will be able to analyze various conditions of depreciation on fixed assets along with some emerging areas of accounting like Human Resource Accounting & Forensic Accounting. Analyze (C 4)
KMB 104: Business Statistics and Analysis
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to gain knowledge of basic fundamentals of business statistics, measures of central tendency, and distribution, patterns Understand (C 2)
2 Student will be able to use the time series analysis and index number. Apply (C3)
3 Student will be able to analyze correlation & regression and their implication on Business performance. Analyze (C4)
4 Student will be able to apply basic theory of Probability. Apply (C3)
5 Student will be able to devise strategy for Decision-making in different situations in business. Apply (C3)
KMB 105: Organizational Behavior
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
 1 Student will be able to comprehend the nature, functioning and design of organizations as social collectives. Understand (C2)
 2 Student will be able to analyze the behavior of individuals and groups in organizations. Analyze (C4)
 3 Student will be able to explain cause and effect of different behaviors in the organizations. Understand (C2)
 4 Student will be able to contrast the reciprocal relationship between the organizational leaders, managerial behavior, and their subordinates. Analyze (C4)
 5 Student will be able to develop conceptual understanding of change and its implementation. Understand (C2)
KMB106: Marketing Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand and explain the nature and scope of marketing. Comprehension (C2)
2 Students will be able to demonstrate how knowledge of marketing concepts  and environment can be applied to take marketing decision making Application (C3)
3 Students will be able to comprehend the knowledge of Consumer Behavior in taking marketing decision. Comprehension (C2)
4 Students will be able to comprehend the practices adopted by Business organizations in buying goods. Comprehension (C2)
5 Students will be able to apply the knowledge of marketing research in identifying characteristics of consumers to take marketing decisions Application (C3)
KMB 107: Business Communication
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to apply business communication strategies and principles to prepare effective communication for domestic and international business situations. Application (C3)
2 Students will be able to demonstrate their verbal and non-verbal communication skills through oral and written presentations. Comprehension (C2)
3 Students will be able to stimulate their critical thinking by designing and developing clean and lucid writing skills.            Application (C3)
4 Students will be able to develop an understanding of appropriate organizational formats and channels used in business communication.             Comprehension (C2)
5 Students will be able to gain an understanding of emerging electronic modes of communication. Comprehension (C2)
KMB 108: Computer Applications in Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Understand the basics of computer system and will be able to explain the basic questions on computer system. Understand (C 2)
2 Apply communication technology for solving business problems Apply (C3)
3 Identify, explain, solve business communication and create reports. Create (C6)
4 Understand the basics of business information system and will be able explain basic question of business information system. Remember(C1)
5 Analyze various security & ethics related issues pertaining to the increasing use of information technology. Analyze (C4)

 

FIRST YEAR: MBA (II SEMESTER)

KMB 201: Business Environment
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Interpret the forces that shape business and economic structure and build strategies to cope with the same. C3 Applying
2 Examine the economic & political environmental dynamics to cope with the changing regulations affecting business and its profitability. C4 Analyzing
3 Analyze the competitive forces in environment and accordingly devise business policies and strategies to stay in competitive position. C4 Analyzing
4 Interpret the desirability of technological advancement in the current set-up and how to gain technological advancement with least cost. C3 Applying
5 Identify the international influences on domestic business and measures to be taken for successful global business operations. C2 Understand
KMB 202: Human Resource Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
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. Analyze
2 Demonstrate knowledge of laws that impact behaviour in relationships between employers and employees that ultimately impact the goals and strategies of the organization. Apply
3 Understand the role of employee benefits and compensation as a critical component of employee performance, productivity and organizational effectiveness. Understand
4 Able to analyze, manage and with the challenges and complexities of the practice of Human Resource Planning & Training & Development. Analyze
5 Demonstrate & evaluate knowledge of practical application of training and employee development as it impacts organizational strategy and competitive advantage. Apply
KMB 203: Business Research Methods
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to understand the fundamentals of different types of research. Understand (C2)
2 Student will be able to recognize relevant research techniques. Understand (C2)
3 Student will be able to apply relevant scaling & measurement techniques and use appropriate sampling techniques. Apply (C3)
4 Student will be able to apply different techniques of coding, editing, tabulation and analysis in doing research. Apply (C3)
5 Student will be able to examine various statistical tests Analyze (C4)
KMB 204: Corporate Financial Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to understand the different basic concept / fundamentals of Corporate Finance Understanding (K2)
2 Student will be able evaluate long term investment decisions with the help of time value of money. Evaluating(k5)
3 Student will be able analyze capital structure on the basis of cost of capital Analyzing(K4)
4 Student will be able to use and apply different models for firm’s optimum dividend payout. Applying(K3)
5 Student will be able to understand various financial services. Understanding(K3)

KMB 205: Operations Management

S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Understand the role of Operations in overall Business Strategy of the firm - the application of OM policies and techniques to the service sector as well as manufacturing firms. Understand
2 Understand and apply the concepts of Material Management, Supply Chain Management and TQM perspectives. Understand
3 Identify and evaluate the key factors and their interdependence of these factors in the design of effective operating systems. Evaluate
4 Analyze / understand the trends and challenges of Operations Management in the current business environment. Analyze
5 Apply techniques for effective utilization of operational resources and managing the processes to produce good quality products and services at competitive prices. Apply
KMB 206: Quantitative Techniques for Managers
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Understand the basic operations research concepts and terminology involved in optimization techniques Understand
2 Solve various business-related problems such as transportation and linear programming Evaluate
3 Apply certain mathematical techniques in getting the best possible solution to a problem involving limited resources. Apply
4 Apply the most widely used quantitative techniques in decision making. Apply
5 Identify project goals, constraints, deliverables, performance criteria, control needs, and resource requirements in order to achieve project success Evaluate
KMB 207: Legal Aspects of Business
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to explain law of contract with its provisions. 2- Understand
2 Student will be able to explain Negotiable Instruments Act, 1981 and Law of Partnership with its provisions.  2- Understand
3 Student will be able to explain Companies Act with its provisions. 2- Understand
4 Student will be able to understand the Sales of Goods Act and Consumer Protection Act with suitable operational framework. 2- Understand
5 Student will be able to understand The Information Technology Act, 2000 and The Right to Information Act, 2005 with suitable operational framework. 2- Understand
KMB 208: Marketing Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand and explain the marketing mix for an organization. Comprehension (C2)
2 Students will be able to apply various product strategies in designing a product. Apply (C3)
3 Students will be able to comprehend pricing and distribution strategies to enhance the marketing of goods. Comprehension (C2)
4 Students will be able to understand various marketing communication strategies in overall development of promotion plan. Comprehension (C2)
5 Students will be able to acquaint and apply the recent trends in formulation of effective marketing strategies for long-term success. Comprehension (C2)

 

SECOND YEAR: MBA (III SEMESTER)

KMB 301: Strategic Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to name & Explain strategic management, process, levels of strategy and strategic intent. Understand
2 Student will be able to compose the approaches to analyse internal and external business environment. Analyse
3 Student will be able to formulate, analyze, Solve and integrate strategies at different levels. Analyse
4 Student will be able to implement strategies related to resources, projects, organisational structure while understanding the importance of ethics, values and social responsibilities. Apply
5 Student will be able to identify the process and methods of strategy evaluation and control. Apply
KMB 302: International Business Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 To get an overview of the key issues and concepts of International Business. Understanding (CO1)
2 Understand how and why the world’s countries differ in trade Understanding (CO1)
3 Implement the decisions for international operations, marketing and management of human resources in a superior manner Apply (CO2)
4 Understand the monetary framework in which international business transactions are conducted. Understanding (CO1)
5 Analyse  the role of International Organizations and Regional Trade blocks Analyse (CO3)
KMBHR 01: Talent Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to Classify the basic of talent management and its concepts. Understand (C2)
2 Students would be able to understand and discus the Job Analysis i.e. Job Description & evaluation. Understand (C2)
3 The students would be able to Execute the Various methods concepts of Talent Recruitment and minimizing selection error Reliability & Validity of selection process in any organization.  Apply (C3)
4 The students would be able to understand the different methods of Talent Retention and classify them to retain employees, voluntary turnover. Understand (C2)
5 The students would be able to understand HRA and Business process Re-engineering contemporary Talent management issues and challenges. Understand (C2)
KMBHR 02: Performance Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to classify between performance management and performance appraisal on practical basis. Apply (C3)
2 Student will be able to describe various methods to performance management system in any organization they will work. Understand (C2)
3 Student will be able to explain various reward systems being used in an organization. Understand (C2)
4 Student will be able to classify the relevance of competency mapping and understand its linkage with career development. Understand (C2)
5 Student will be able to classify among various Compensation and Reward in an organization in market standards. Understand (C2)
KMBHR 03: Industrial Relations
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Competency to understand the importance of Employee Relation within the perspective of Industrial Relation Understanding (CO1)
2 Competency to use Collective Bargaining and Grievance redressal Mechanism Apply (CO2)
3 Knowledge about relevant Laws of HR management. Understanding (CO1)
4 Knowledge about relevant Laws within organization Understanding (CO1)
5 Knowledge about relevant Laws of employee welfare Understanding (CO1)
KMBMK 01: Sales and Retail Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand sales & sales Management C2 Understand
2 Students will be able to analyze & develop the sales organization. C4 Analyzing
3 Students will be able to analyze & lead the sales organization. C4 Analyzing
4 Students will develop the knowledge, understanding and skills in retail management. C2 Understand
5 Students will get acquainted with better understanding of implementation of retail management strategies and analytical skills for effective decision alternatives in retail operations. C2 Understand
KMBMK 02: Consumer Behavior & Marketing Communication
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to demonstrate how knowledge of Consumer Behavior can be applied to marketing decision making and activities. Application (C3)
2 Students will be able to understand internal dynamics such as personality, attitude, learning and perception to the choices that customers make. Comprehension (C2)
3 Students will be able to comprehend on IMC approach in the development of an overall advertising and promotional plan.             Comprehension (C2)
4 Students will be able to acquaint with concepts and techniques in the application for developing and designing an effective advertising and sales promotion program.                      Comprehension (C2)
5 Students will be able to prepare advertising budget and advertising strategy that employs appropriate message objectives.       Application (C3)
KMBMK 03: Digital & Social Media Marketing
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will develop an understanding of digital and social media marketing practices. Understand
2 Students will develop understanding of the social media platforms Understand
3 Students will acquire the skill to acquire and engage consumers online. Apply
4 Students will develop understanding of building organizational competency by way of digital marketing practices and cost considerations. Understand
5 Students will develop understanding of the latest digital practices for marketing and promotion. Understand
MBFM 01: Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will understand the characteristics of different financial assets such as money market instruments, bonds, and stocks, and how to buy and sell these assets in financial markets. Apply (C3)
2 Students will evaluate various types of risks and returns. Evaluate (C 5)
3 Students will analyze the securities through fundamental & technical analysis & evaluate its implications for investment decision. Analyze (C 4)
4 Students will know how to apply different valuation models to evaluate Bond, Equity and Derivative. Apply (C3)
5 Students will understand the benefit of diversification of holding a portfolio of assets, and the importance played by the market portfolio. Analyze (C 4)
KMBFM 02: Tax Planning & Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the concept of income tax, Residential Status and who is payee and when he can pay. Understand (C 2)
2 Students will be able to evaluate which income come under the particular heads. Apart from the evaluation process students grasp the knowledge how losses setoff and carry forward. Evaluate (C 5)
3 Student will be able to judge what kind of authorities work in income tax department and which type of power they have. Moreover, learn about where these power and authorities they can apply. Apply (C3)
4 Student will be able to analyze taxable income, Carry-forward and set-off of losses for companies and amalgamation, Merger and Demerger of companies. Analyze (C 4)
5 Student will be able to evaluate various conditions of GST (single and dual). Students know about the Impact of GST and how to register and filling GST. Evaluate (C5)
KMBFM 03: Financial Market
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
 1 Students will be able to understand the financial system of India. Understand
 2 Students will be able to apply the analytical skills in financial market. Apply
 3 Students will be able to analyze the product and service of banking sector. Analyze
 4 Students will be able to analyze the 3rd party product like insurance, mutual funds and equity. Analyze
 5 Students will be able to classify working of microfinance instruments at domestic and global level.             Analyze
KMBIB 01: International Marketing
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to understand about international market and its environment. Comprehension (C2)
2 Student will be able to identify modes of entry through which firms can go internationally with the help of global market research. Comprehension (C2)
3 Student will be able to apply product and pricing strategies according to the needs of international customer Apply (C3)
4 Student will be able to identify cultural barriers of international market and will adopt promotional strategies accordingly to cater the need of international market Comprehension (C2)

KMBIB 02: International Logistics

S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will be able to explain logistics system, elements, importance and development of international logistics. 2- Understand
2 Student will be able to know about shipping industry and analyse effective transportation system. 5- Evaluate
3 Student will be able to segregate/integrate between different dimensions of warehouse management. 5- Evaluate
4 Student will be able to acquire knowledge about ports, ports infrastructure and international air transport. 2- Understand
5 Student will be able to identify the process and methods of information and communication technology internationalization/ integration of SCM and Supply Chain performance management. 3- Apply
KMBIB 03: Export Import Documentation
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to identify the product for export, market payment terms & select the payment for export. Understanding (C2)
2 Students will be able to understand the role of C&F agent, ECGC, GSP & marine insurance. Infer the shipping formalities. Understanding (C2)
3 Students will be able to understand effective transportation system & letter of credit. Understanding (C2)
4 Students will be able to understand export/import operations. Relate the various promotional schemes being offered by the government in general. Understanding (C2)
5 Student will be able to understand the promotional schemes for capital goods, gems & jewellery, agricultural & pharma products. Relate the concept of SEZ, EHTP, STP & EOU’s Understanding (C2)
KMBIT 01: Enterprise Resource Planning
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Impart knowledge about Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Remember (C1)
2 Impart knowledge of related technologies     Understand(C2)
3 Impart knowledge about implementation of ERP Understand(C2)
4 Analyze the applications of ERP at operational levels Analyze (C4)
5 Analyze the applications of ERP at managerial practices Analyze (C 4)
KMBIT 02: Web Technology & E-Commerce
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the basic concepts of web technology& E-Commerce. C2  Understand
2 Students will be able to understand the significance of Web technology & E-commerce. C2  Understand
3 Students will be able to apply the concepts of web technology in business. C3  Apply
4 Students will be able to analyze the impact of Web technology & E-Commerce in business. C4  Analyze
5 Students will be able to analyze the Online Payment Systems. C4  Analyze
KMBIT 03: Cloud Computing
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 To impart knowledge about cloud computing and its application in business. Remember (C1)
2 To familiarize students with the concept of application security and the concept of virtualization in cloud computing. Understand (C2)
3 To help student weight the impact of improperly controlled cloud computing environments on organizational sustainability Evaluate (C 5)
4 The student will be able to assess various cloud characteristics and service attributes, for compliance with enterprise objectives Evaluate (C5)
5 The student will be able to recognize security threat exposure within a cloud computing infrastructure Analyze (C4)
6. Student will be able identify various cloud services. Understand (C6)

SECOND YEAR: MBA (IV SEMESTER)

KMB 401: Project Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the characteristics of Project and Project Management Understand
2 The students will understand the managerial process along with tools & techniques used in Project management Understand
3 Students will be able to apply the scheduling and monitoring process in Project with the help of PERT and CPM method for project scheduling Apply
4 Students will understand the perspectives in which optimum decisions are to be taken in case of risks with planned activities in project. Analyze
KMB 402: Entrepreneurship Development
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Student will understand the basic concepts of entrepreneurship. Understand
2 Student will understand assistance and role of Entrepreneurial Development Agencies. Understand
3 Student will understand various funding sources for SSI Understand
4 Apply managerial skill to develop a Business Plan. Apply
5 Students to have a basic understanding of Launching a New Venture Understand
RVE 401 Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand about the need of value education and harmony in self, family, society and nature. Understand
2 Students will be able to apply the understanding of value education to ensure harmony at all the four levels of living. Apply
3 Students will be able to analyze about self, feelings in relationship, society and relevance of nature. Analyze
4 Students will be able to evaluate their participation at all the four levels of living. Evaluate
5 Students will be able to improve their emotional, social and professional competence. Apply

KMB FM 04: Working capital Management

S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand funds flow cycles & their impact on working capital management objectives. Understand
2 Students will be able to compare and contrast the relative merits of alternative working capital policies and the likely short-term and long-term impact on the firm. Analyze
3 Students will be able to formulate appropriate working capital management policies to achieve corporate objectives. Apply
4 Students will be able to apply corporate cash management, accounts receivable management, bank relations, and inventory management techniques to maximize the share holders' value. Apply
KMB FM 05: Financial Derivative
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the basic structure of derivatives market & its working. Understanding
2 Students will be able to understand the principles of derivatives pricing, including the implications of arbitrage. Understanding
3 Students will be able to evaluate forward and futures contracts using the cost of carry model. Evaluating
4 Student will be able to value options using the binomial and Black-Scholes option pricing models Evaluating
5 Student will be able to develop strategies using futures and options in financial risk management, speculation and arbitrage. Creating
KMB MK 04: Marketing of Services
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand and explain the nature and scope of service marketing. Comprehension
2 Students will be able to use critical analysis to perceive service shortcomings in reference to ingredients to create service excellence Apply
3 Students will be able to identify critical issues related to service design, such as identifying and managing customer service experience, expectations, perceptions and outcomes Comprehension
4 Students will be able to Provide a theoretical and practical basis for assessing service performance using company examples Comprehension
5 Students will be able to Identify and discuss characteristics and challenges of managing service firms in the modern world Comprehension
KMB MK 05: Marketing Analytics
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the basics of marketing analytics Understand
2 Students will be acquainted with better understanding of real life marketing data and its analysis regarding pricing & customers. Analyze
3 Students will be able to identify the retailing and advertising data analysis. Analyze
4 Students will understand the sales forecasting & conjoint analysis. Understand
KMB HR 04: Strategic Human Resource Management
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1  Student will be able to Understand the dimensions of Strategic HRM Understand(C2)
2 Students will be able to describe the learning of SHRM in organizational context Understand(C2)
3 Student will be able to define the impacts of SHRM on competitive basis. Understand(C2)
4 Student will be able to execute the desired level of expertise on organizational knowledge management through SHRM Apply (C3)
5 Student will be able to recognize the International culture in SHRM Understand(C2)

HR 05: International Human Resource Management

S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Understanding the Contexts of International HRM Understand
2 Able to apply the HR Processes in International Context Apply
3 Able to evaluate the impacts of Globalization on HRM Evaluate
4 Able to understand the impact of cultural differences in global HR practices Understand
5 Able to analyze the emerging trends in HR practices at global level Analyze
IB 04: International Trade Laws
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the foreign trade policy of India. Understand
2 Students will be able to understand direction & composition of India’s foreign trade & various trade agreements. Understand
3 Students will be able to understand the institutionalization of international trade Understand
4 Students will be able to understand India’s Trade agreements with various blocks Understand
5 Student will be able to understand India’s foreign investment policy. Understand
IB 05: Cross Culture
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand different meanings and dimensions of culture. Understand
2 Students will be able to understand the impact of culture on business practices. Understand
3 Students will be able to understand the impact of national culture on organizational cultures. Understand
4 Students will be able to understand the impact of culture on Human Resource Management. Understand
5 Students will be able to explain how leadership differs across cultures. Understand
KMB IT04 Database management System
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the DBMS technology Understand
2 Students will be able to understand uses of DBMS in Business Understand
3 Students will be able to apply DBMS in Business Process Apply
4 Students will be able to understand the uses of Data Mining Techniques Understand
KMB IT05 System Analysis & Design
S.No. Course Outcome Bloom’s Taxonomy
1 Students will be able to understand the Systems and its characteristics Understand
2 Students will be able to understand the information system Understand
3 Students will be able to understand the Systems development life cycle. Understand
4 Students will be able to apply the phases of SDLC in business information system development Apply
5 Students will be able to Analyze the impacts of information system on business Analyze

 

Faculty

faculty
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. Devendra Arora
Designation Dean
Graduation B.Com.
Post Graduation M.com, EPIB –IIM-Kolkatta
Doctorate Ph.D. (International Business )
Teaching Experience 20 Years
Industrial Experience 04 Years
Email id Devendra.arora@miet.ac.in
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faculty
Dr. Sandeep Kapoor
Designation Associate Professor & Head
Graduation B.Com. (CCS University Meerut)
Post Graduation M.B.E. (CCS University Meerut)
Doctorate Ph.D. (CCS University Meerut)
Teaching Experience 16 Years
Industrial Experience Nil
Email id sandeep.kapoor@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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faculty
Dr. Vaishali Goel
Designation Associate Professor 
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 19 Years
Research Experience 10 Years
Email id vaishali.goel@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing
faculty
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
faculty
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 10 Years
Industrial Experience 10 Years
Email id rocky.sachan@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing & International Business
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faculty
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. 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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faculty
Ms. Komal Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BCA (CCS University, Meerut)
Post Graduation MBA (UPTU, Lucknow),  M.Com
Teaching Experience 8 Years
Email id komal.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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faculty
Ms. Aruna
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BBA (CCS University)
Post Graduation MBA( Punjab Technical University)
Teaching Experience 9 years
Email id aruna.faculty@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Finance
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faculty
Navneesh Tyagi
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation BSc from UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
Post Graduation MBA FROM GBTU, LUCKNOW MCOM FROM CCSU, MEERUT
Doctorate UTTARAKHAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
Teaching Experience 8 year
Industrial Experience 6 Years
Research Experience 5 Years
Email id navneesh.tyagi@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Human Resourse Management, Organizational Justice, Managerial Effectiveness, Higher Educational Institutions
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faculty
Dr. Priyanka Dalmia
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.E.(Electronics and Telecommunication), Amravati University
Post Graduation MBA (Marketing and Human Resources), UPTU
Doctorate Ph.D., Uttarakhand Technical University
Teaching Experience 9 year
Email id priyanka.dalmia@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Consumer Behaviour, Human Resources
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faculty
Shadma Shahid
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com
Post Graduation M.Com,M.B.A
Doctorate Ph.D
Teaching Experience 1.5 years
Industry Experience 2 Years
Research Experience 4 Years
Email id shadma.shahid@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing
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faculty
Dr. Reenu
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Com
Post Graduation M.Com, M.B.A
Doctorate PhD (Finance)
Teaching Experience 7 years
Industry Experience Nil
Research Experience 4.5 years
faculty
Upasana Gupta
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Tech
Post Graduation MBA
Teaching Experience 1.3 years
Industry Experience 2 years
Research Experience nil
Email id upasana.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of Interest Marketing
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faculty
Prerna Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.com
Post Graduation MBA
Doctorate Pursuing
Teaching Experience 5 months
Industry Experience 3.2 years
Research Experience nil
faculty
KARUNA JAIN
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.com (JAMMU UNIVERSITY)
Post Graduation MBA (JAMMU UNIVERSITY)
Teaching Experience 10 years
Area of Interest FINANCE AND MARKETING
faculty
Ashwani Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc
Post Graduation M.B.A, P.G.D.E.A (Edu. Adm), M.Com (Pursuing)
Doctorate PhD (Pursuing)
Teaching Experience 10 years
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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: 2020 Click Here
Placement Report: 2019 Click Here
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

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 2019-20 Click Here
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

 

 

Award

  • Kirti Gupta student of MBA Second Year Batch 2017-19 got VI rank in APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University.
  • Two Students of MBA First Year, Prachi Gupta and Prerna Singh won second prize in Best out of waste, 2019-20 at Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida.
  • Naman Jain and Priya Yadav, students of MBA First Year won second prize in Popsicle Stick Tower Tower Building, 2019-20 at Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida.
  • Priyanka Goswami, student of MBA First Year won First prize in Vase Painting, 2019-20 at Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida.
  • Two Students of MBA First Year, Tarun Garg and Tarang Garg won third prize in Case Study Competition in the Management Fest, Budding Professionals 2018-19, at IIMT, Meerut.
  • Chhavi Saraswat student of MBA Second Year Batch 2016-18 got IIIrd rank in APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University.
  • Harshit, Kirti & Nistha, Students of MBA Second Year won Accolades at Summer Internship Project Competition conducted by KIET, Ghaziabad.
  • 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.

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

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)

Toppers of the batch 2019-20

S. no Name of students Course Percentage
1 RADHIKA AGGARWAL MBA II SEM 83
2 TAPASYA JAIN MBA II SEM 83
3 MANISHA GARG MBA II SEM 82
4 KIRTI GUPTA MBA IV SEM 88
5 RASHI JINDAL MBA IV SEM 87
6 AYUSHI TYAGI MBA IV SEM 85

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
1 Ms. Kajal Arora MBA (I) Sem.
2 Ms. Komal Sikka MBA (I) Sem.
3 Ms. Riya Jain MBA (III) Sem.
4 Ms. Shivani Malik MBA (III) Sem.

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.

Research

Research papers published in Journal and Conference

International conference on uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity in business organized by MIET Business School 2019

S.NO Authors Name Paper Title Journal  ISSN No Vol. Page No.
1 Navneesh Tyagi Training in Hotel Industry: Perceptions of the staff. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCE AND INNOVATIVE RESEARCH, IMPACT FACTOR 3.25 2394-7780 Vol.7, Issue 2, April 2020 37-44
2 Navneesh Tyagi Identifying Organizational Culture in Private Institutions of Higher Learning in India JOURNAL OF MECHANICS OF CONTINUA AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCE,IMPACT FACTOR 2.62 0973-8975 Vol. 15 (1), January 2020 160-167
3 Dr. Reenu Why India Still Fighting For First FDI Receipt Country? INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND GLOBALISATION 1753-3627 Vol-23 (4), January 2020 549-567
4 Madhu Bala Sharma The Shift to IND AS from  previous Accounting Standard: A Perspective  from Accounting Professionals JOURNAL OF XI AN UNIVERSITY OF ARCHITECTURE & TECHNOLOGY, IMPACT FACTOR 3.7 1006-7930 Vol. XI, Issue XII, December 2019 648-658
5 Madhu Bala Sharma Perception of Accounting Professionals in the convergence and implementation of a single set of Global Accounting Standards in India INTERNAIONAL JOURNAL OF RECENT TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING, IMPACT FACTOR 5.92 2277-3878 Vol.8, Issue 4, November 2019 7371-7378
6 Navneesh Tyagi Does Fairness Perception of Academic Staff Interfere with Managerial Effectiveness INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND EXPLORING ENGINEERING,IMPACT FACTOR 5.5 2278-3075 Vol. 8, November 2019 263-269
7 Navneesh Tyagi How Self Concept Interfere between Integrative Leadership and Leadership Effectiveness, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RECENT TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING, IMPACT FACTOR 5.92 2277-3878 Vol. 8 (3), November 2019 4685-4690
8 Madhu Bala Sharma A Study on Challenges in implementation of Ind AS in India INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING IT &
SOCIAL SCIENCES
2250-0588 Vol-8 Special
Issue May 2018
291-301
9 Dr. Ashutosh Singh &
Dr. Ajay Singh
Effective Leadership & Employee Performance During Organizational Change INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING IT &
SOCIAL SCIENCES
2250-0588 Vol-8 Special
Issue May 2018
448-451
10 Purvi Sangal & Aruna A Study of Corporate Social Responsibility at Organisational Level: A
Balancing Approach
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING IT &
SOCIAL SCIENCES
2250-0588 Vol-8 Special
Issue May 2018
224-232
11 Dr. Sandeep Kapoor &
Rocky Sachan
Challenges of Financial Inclusion in India INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING IT &
SOCIAL SCIENCES
2250-0588 Vol-8 Special
Issue May 2018
448-451

 

Events & Competitions

Events (Session 2018-20)

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MIET business School organized ADMAD Show for MBA First year students, Students prepared and presented visual ads on their own chosen products. This activity helps enhance marketing skills in students.

Mr Rakesh Kohli (MD stag internationals) and Mrs Monica kohli (celebrity) enlightened MBA graduates in 2019 on freshers party .

Mr Akash Goel Motivational speaker from Byjus addressed the gathering at Freshers day

Miet Business School represents Mittal Rubber Industries Ltd at Sports India Exhibition 2019 at Pragati Maidan , Delhi

  1. The State Bank of India, Consultancy Services Cell, New Delhi, conducted three days "Entrepreneurship Development Programme" for MBA students.
  2. "Honda conducted one day road safety campaign for girls of MIET in collaboration with amar Ujala".
  3. Organized Farewell party, Cheerio 2k19 on 4th May, 2019.
  4. Organized Role Play Competition on 7th March 2019.
  5. Extempore Competition on 3rd October, 2018.
  6. Conducted Fresher’s party on 18th August 2018.
  7. Orientation Programme of MBA First year students on 10th August 2018.

Faculty Development Programme/Workshop

  1. Two Days Workshop on Case Writing organized by All India Management Association on 29th and 30th March 2019.
  2. ICT Academy conducted Two Days Faculty Development Programme on Emotional Intelligence on 27th and 28th February 2019.
  3. ICT Academy conducted Two days Faculty Development Programme on Leadership Skills Level I on 8th and 9th June 2018.

GUEST LECTURES ( 2019 – 2020)

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Mr. Atul Thakur, Departmental Manager, Pantaloons discussed upon the various products being provided by the group specifically focusing on its fashion and retail segment.

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Mr. Harender Garg, CEO, Cello industries, Haridwar talk on Entrepreneur development.

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Mr Jitender Mehta, president, Experience Japan, Sonepat delivered a lecture on Cross culture ethics and values in context of Indo-Japan.

International Guest Lecture on “Change Management” by Mr. STANLEY BECKETT ,CEO ,CHANGE CREATORS, SOUTH AFRICA and Mr Devidasan, Director, Carving Talent

Mr. Deepak Arora, Assistant Manager, Sales Reliance Communications, addressed the MBA students on the recent advancements of Telecom sector in India.

Ms Suman Khanna Aggarwal, President Shanti Sahayog addressing our students on Gandhian Management Philosophies- celebrating 150 years of Gandhiji.

MR .ROMAN GUPTA, General Manager (media) Patanjali, delivered a talk on “Leadership”.

MR. SURJEET SINGH KAINTH, Head Institutional Alliances Safe Express Logistics delivered a Lecture on the topic “Phenomenal growth of Logistics sector in India”.

Guest Lecture by Mr. Tarun Kamwal, sales Manager and Mr. Pankaj Chauhan, Area sales Manager, from Bajaj enlightened the MBA Grads about the various marketing and CSR activites of Bajaj.

Mr.Krishnan Subramaniam from Dubai, President, Middle East branch of Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, UK delivered the Lecture on "Logistics and Supply Chain Management"

Guest Lectures (Session 2018-19)

  1. Mr. Ankur Jaggi, President, Meerut Management Association, shared his views on “Importance and Scope of Management Education” with Management students and Faculties.
  2. Professor Azhar Husain, IHM, Meerut delivered a lecture on "Importance of Table Etiquettes".
  3. Mr. Rakesh Kohli, Chairman, Stag International, Meerut, enlightened the students on “Key Management issues and Perspectives”.
  4. Mr. Vipin Pal Singh, Senior KAE, HUL, Gurugram delivered a talk on “Value Weighted Average & Market Share”.

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 2019-20)

Logistics and Supply Chain Management Workshop by Dr. Anandhi, Director, ISM

Workshop was conducted for the male students of MIET Business School on Personal Grooming and Personality Development by Gillette India Ltd. and Amar Ujala.

MIET Business School conducted ‘Online Trading Workshop’ by Mr.Vinay Pratap Singh, Regional Manager, SMC Global Securities Limited

Workshops (Session 2018-19)

  1. The Learning Curve Academy organized one Day Finance Gym Program for MBA Students. (Provide a link and add two photographs and Information Bulletin attached with this mail)
  2. 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.
  3. Experts from Global Talent Track (GTT) conducted two Days “Barclays Life skills training” with certificate for all MBA students.
  4. One Day Investor Awareness Camp Organised by Karvy.
  5. 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.
  6. MIET organized one week Advanced Microsoft Excel Training for the MBA Students.

     

(Session 2017-18)

  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 2016-17)

  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 2015-16)

  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 2014-15)

  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 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 Visits(Session 2019-20)

PARAG DAIRY, MEERUT
Safexpress, Jaipur
Mangla Isphat , Jaipur

Session 2018-19

  1. Sheela Foam, Greater Noida
  2. Stag International, Meerut
  3. ICD (All Cargo), Dadri
  4. Alps Industries Ltd., Meerut
  5. Mohiuddinpur Sugar Mill
  6. Nipro Pharma Packaging India Pvt. Ltd, Meerut
  7. Parle-G, Bahadurgarh
  8. Jubliant Organosys, Gajraula

 

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.

LIVE PROJECTS (2018-20)


15 Students of MBA First and Second year did live projects of 7 days for PANTALOONS

15 Students of MBA Second year did live projects of 7 days for Reliance Trends

15 Students of MBA Second year did live projects of 7 days for Metro Wholesale

15 Students of MBA Second year did live projects of 7 days for BigBazzar

Session 2017-2019

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.

  

  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
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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

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Consumer Behaviour and Integrated Marketing Communication Projects

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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

 

About AIMA Bizlab

AIMA Bizlab is a virtual business laboratory designed for Management Graduates to offer the hands-on-experience in Management concepts and make them industry-ready. AIMA Bizlab is one of the first laboratories in Meerut region providing a platform to the students where they can take all the Business decisions related to Production, Marketing, Human Resource and Finance department with the help of simulation exercises.  Business Simulation Exercises will help in improving problem solving, decision making and analytical skills of the students. These exercises will also help in sharpening their entrepreneurial competencies and capabilities. 

In this exercise students will be appointed as the CEO of smart phone manufacturing company and they have to define the company strategy and make critical decisions across all functional areas of the business.

Performance would be measured using a balanced scorecard approach. This requires balancing the short term as well as long term performance indicators which are:

1. Stock Price and Profitability

2. Market share and customer service level

3. Stock out cost and Plant Utilization

4. Continuous improvement and Innovation

All decisions would be quarterly. After each quarter, scores would be calculated on each parameter and competitive standing shown to the teams.

MIET Business School conducted work shop on AIMA BIZLAB from 14th September 2019 to 18th September 2019 to celebrate the occasion of “Engineer’s Day”.

AIMA Fest

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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.

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Tree plantation program by MIET business school on Independence day

About 1400 kilos wheat donated to Vrindavan Akshaya Patra by the students and the faculty members.........WHEAT BUCKET CHALLENGE

Cloth donation campaign by MIET BUSINESS SCHOOL

MIET Business school organizes sports matches on every Saturday.

 

Rejuvenation session by Brigadier SUBHASH CHANDRA JOHAR

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