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  • 1. INSTITUTE OFBUSINESS MANAGEMENT
  • 2. CONTENTSI. OFFERINGSII. RESOURCESIII. STUDENTSIV. CREATION OF A CREATIVE ENVIRONMENTV. OUTCOME
  • 3. OFFERINGS
  • 4. OFFERINGS Post Graduate ProgrammesMBA (Dual Specialization in Marketing, Finance, HR, IB)MFE (Master of Financial Engineering)MFBM (Master of Family Business Management)MBA (International Business) Graduate ProgrammesBBAB. Com. (Honors) Integrated ProgrammesBBA with MBAB. Com. with MBAB.Sc. CS/Biotech with MBA
  • 5. MBA(DUAL SPECIALIZATION)
  • 6. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in graduation (any stream) Selection Criteria: MUCAT Merit + Group Discussion + Personal Interview (The graduation merit is given due weightage in assessing candidates for admission)
  • 7. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= One Lecture/Week/Semester)Total Credits 125Teaching Courses 117.5Industrial Internship 3Presentation 1.5Comprehensive Viva 3 AUDIT LOAD Basics of AccountingFoundation Courses General EnglishSoft Skills Training
  • 8. INPUT TYPESTools & Managerial Managerial Functional InformativeTechniques Skills Process Area Courses Principles &Managerial Marketing Summer Business Practices ofEconomics Management Training Environment Management Entrepreurship GlobalAccounting for Business Project & SMEs BusinessManagers Communication Management Management ManagementQuantitative All Courses LegalAnalysis for Organisational Presentation related to Mktg., RegulatoryManagerial Behaviour Fin., HR, IB FrameworkApplicationsBusiness Human Management IndustrialResearch Resource Information InternshipMethodology Management System Business EthicsFinancial Viva Voce Strategic & CorporateManagement Management GovernanceOperations BrandResearch Management
  • 9. PEDAGOGY LECTURES CASE/GROUP DISCUSSIONS PRESENTATIONS PROJECT WORK INDUSTRIAL VISIT
  • 10. ATTENDANCE 75% attendance is mandatory in all classes to appear in the corresponding examination. 10% waiver on medical grounds may be granted by Hon’ble Vice Chancellor against the advice of a registered medical practitioner and the recommendation of Dean. 5% additional waiver may be granted by Hon’ble Vice Chancellor to facilitate participation in Inter University/State/All India level sports, cultural programs, debates, workshops, seminars, etc., absence due to natural calamities, casualty of the parents and any other unavoidable circumstances beyond the control of the students. Attendance and waiver shall be credited course-wise for the sessions delivered.
  • 11. EXAMINATION CONTINUOUS EVALUATION Cumulative Assessment in Theory (CAT)Minor 1 Minor 2 MAJOR Grand Total Attendance Surprise Test 15 15 10 10 100 150
  • 12. MASTER OF FINANCIAL ENGINEERING
  • 13. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in graduation with Economics/ Engineering/ Physics/ Commerce/ Mathematics/ Statistics Selection Criteria: MUCAT Merit + Group Discussion + Personal Interview (The graduation merit is given due weightage in assessing candidates for admission)
  • 14. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= One lecture/week/semester)Total Credits 111Teaching Courses 102Industrial Internship 1Dissertation 8 AUDIT LOADFoundation Courses General EnglishSoft Skills Training
  • 15. INPUT TYPESTools & Managerial Managerial Skills Functional Area InformativeTechniques ProcessAccounting for Project Formulation Principles & Practices Principles of Financial Macro EconomicsManagers & Implementation of Management ManagementQuantitative Analysis Strategic Financial Essentials offor Managerial Industrial Internship Financial MarketsApplications Management Business LawManagerial Project Formulation & Financial DissertationEconomics Implementation InstitutionsBusiness Research Working Capital Comprehensive Viva Financial MarketsMethodology ManagementStochastic Calculus Security Analysis & Mutual Funds &for Finance Portfolio Management Insurance Financial Risk Assessment Management & Management Information System International Financial Corporate Tax Management Management Instruments of Financial Engineering Financial Instruments, Architecture & Applications-I,II
  • 16. PEDAGOGYSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization ATTENDANCESame as in MBA with Dual Specialization EXAMINATIONSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization
  • 17. MASTER OF FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
  • 18. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in graduation (any stream) Selection Criteria: MUCAT Merit + Group Discussion + Personal Interview (The graduation merit is given due weightage in assessing candidates for admission)
  • 19. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= one lecture/week/semester)* Total Credits 140 Teaching Courses 135 Research Project 5* There shall be actual teaching for one week at thebeginning of a month and guiding them for the restof the three weeks so as to foster learning in theirown business.
  • 20. INPUT TYPESTools & Managerial Managerial Skills Functional Area InformativeTechniques Process EntrepreneurshipFinancial Business Principles of Business Theory andAccounting Communication Management Environment PracticesQuantitative Negotiation & Five Year GrowthAnalysis for Organizational Business Law & Conflict Resolution Plan (ResearchManagerial Behaviour Taxation Skills Project)Applications Logistics & Supply FinancialManagerial Marketing Chain Project Management institutions &Economics Management Management MarketsCost & Management of Management HRM & Industrial Managing FamilyManagement Creativity & Information Relation BusinessAccounting Innovation System Entrepreneurship-Financial Corporate Sales and Brand Success StoryManagement Entrepreneurship Management Insight Business Policy International And Strategic Business Management Management Business Ethics And CSR
  • 21. PEDAGOGYSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization ATTENDANCESame as in MBA with Dual Specialization EXAMINATIONSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization
  • 22. MBAINTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
  • 23. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in graduation (any stream). Additional requirements subject to the tie up (MoU) to be signed by an international business school of repute. Selection Criteria: MUCAT Merit + Group Discussion + Personal Interview (The graduation merit is given due weightage in assessing candidates for admission)
  • 24. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= one lecture/week/semester)Total Credits 115Teaching Courses 113Industrial Internship 1Foreign Visit Training Report 1 AUDIT LOADSoft Skills Training
  • 25. INPUT TYPES ManagerialTools & Techniques Managerial Process Functional Area Informative Skills Principles &Managerial Business Global Business Practices of WTO & IndiaEconomics Communication Environment Management ForeignQuantitative Analysis for Organisational Global Service Marketing Management Language Part-I,Managerial Applications Behaviour Management for Global Business II SummerAccounting for Internship Strategic Financial Management Banking & InsuranceManagers Research Management for Global Business Project Human Res.Computer Application and Foreign Visit Project Planning,Information Technology Training Report Entrepreneurship Management for Global Analysis & Management BusinessOversees Market Comprehensive Cross Cultural Foreign Direct InvestmentResearch Viva Voce Management International Business Legal Regulatory Framework Negotiations Corporate Social International Logistics Responsibility Management International Business Theories & Exim Business International Joint Ventures & Global Networking India in International Business Business Ethics & Corporate Gov.
  • 26. PEDAGOGYSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization ATTENDANCESame as in MBA with Dual Specialization EXAMINATIONSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization
  • 27. BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • 28. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in Intermediate Selection Criteria: Personal Interview (The Intermediate merit is given due weightage in assessing candidates for
  • 29. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= one lecture/week/semester)Total Credits 182Teaching Courses 172Presentation 1Industrial Internship 3Dissertation 3Viva Voce 3
  • 30. INPUT TYPESTools & Techniques Managerial Skills Managerial Process Functional Area Informative Business Business Money & PublicBusiness Statistics Principles of Marketing Communication Organization Finance Personality Principles of Human Resource Government &Business Economics Development Management Management Business Programme Organizational BusinessFinancial Accounting Presentation Market Research Behaviour EnvironmentFinancial Business Data Industrial Psychology Project Management Business LawManagement ProcessingCost & Management Summer Training Entrepreneurship International Marketing IT & its ApplicationAccounting ConsumerResearch Behaviour & Dissertation Retail ManagementMethodology Advertising Management Banking Law &Business Finance Viva Voce Taxation PracticeOperations Sales & Distribution Corporate LawManagement ManagementProductive Quality Management of Rural MarketingManagement Services Information Systems Industrial Relations e-Commerce Brand Management
  • 31. PEDAGOGYSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization ATTENDANCESame as in MBA with Dual Specialization EXAMINATIONSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization
  • 32. BACHELOR OF COMMERCE
  • 33. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) in Intermediate Selection Criteria: Personal Interview (The Intermediate merit is given due weightage in assessing candidates for
  • 34. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= one lecture/week/semester)Total Credits 147Teaching Courses 143.5Presentation 0.5Viva Voce 3
  • 35. INPUT TYPESTools & Managerial Managerial Functional Area InformativeTechniques Skills ProcessBusiness Business Principles of Money & Financial BusinessStatistics Communication Management Systems EnvironmentBusiness Business Data Management of General English Mercantile LawEconomics Processing ServicesFinancial Organizational Indian Banking Fundamentals PresentationAccounting Behaviour System of Computers Consumer Principles ofCost Accounting Viva Voce Behaviour & Income Tax Advertising MarketingManagement Fundamentals of Financial Market Corporate LawAccounting Entrepreneurship Operations HumanBusiness Information Resource AuditingMathematics Systems ManagementFinancial International Indirect TaxesManagement MarketingCorporate Internet &Accounting WWWCorporate Essentials of e-Financial Policy commerce
  • 36. PEDAGOGYSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization ATTENDANCESame as in MBA with Dual Specialization EXAMINATIONSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization
  • 37. INTEGRATED PROGRAMSBBA, B.Com., B.Sc. int. MBA
  • 38. ADMISSIONS Eligibility: Minimum 50% marks in BBA, B.Com., B.Sc.
  • 39. CURRICULUM CREDIT LOAD (One Load= one lecture/week/semester)Total Credits 56Teaching Courses 52Industrial Internship 2Dissertation 2
  • 40. INPUT TYPESTools & Managerial Managerial Functional Area InformativeTechniques Skills Process Summer Project Planning, Management-Marketing Strategic Trainning and Analysis & An InternationalResearch Management Viva Voce Management Perspective Financial Product and Entrepreneursh Dissertation Institutions & Brand ip Markets Management Comprehensive Security Analysis & Business Viva Voce Portfolio Mgmt. Environment International Consumer Financial Behaviour Management Derivatives & Risk Advertising Management Management Performance Management Knowledge Management Leadership, Interpersonal & Group Management
  • 41. PEDAGOGYSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization ATTENDANCESame as in MBA with Dual Specialization EXAMINATIONSame as in MBA with Dual Specialization
  • 42. RESOURCES
  • 43. FACULTY
  • 44. Qualification Experience Academics/Industry/ResearchPh.D./M.Phil Pursuin NET/JRF 3-5 5-10 >10 . g Ph.D. <3 years years years years 11 3 10 4 7 6 5Note: 4 Faculty Members are pursuing other academic courses fromvarious universities to upgrade their professional qualifications.
  • 45. RESEARCH FOCUS Presentations in Publications (Books/Journals) New Course/ Refresher/ Conferences/ Seminars Research Area Projects Programme Orientation Development Programme No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of Papers Faculty Books Papers FacultyMarketing 3 2 2 8 10 1 1 3Finance 6 6 9 10 36 5 1HR 3 1 2 12 21 2 2IB 2 2 15 3 10 2 5Other 6 5 30 15 55 3 3 6Total 20 16 58 53 132 4 13 17 Total Faculty= 22
  • 46. LIST OF FACULTYProf. A.M. Bhardwaj Dr Rinku RaghuvanshiDr Sandeep Shandilya Dr MinalDr Manoj Bhatnagar Mr Jitendra SinghDr Shailendra Singh Mr Amit VermaDr Sidharth Jain Ms Himani AgarwalMr Ambrish Sharma Ms Ranu DubeyDr Saurabh Kumar Ms Arti MishraMs Jyoti Agarwal Ms Divya TiwariMr Vishal Varshney Mr Rajeev SharmaMr Ankur Kumar Agrawal Ms Pavitra RajputDr Anurag Shakya Mr Gaurav Saxena
  • 47. CLASSROOMS
  • 48. CLASSROOMS Year 2007 2008 2009 2010No. of Classrooms 13 24 18 8 Tapti Block: 04 Shipra Block: 04
  • 49. COMPUTER LAB
  • 50. COMPUTER LAB Hardware SoftwareNo of workstations: 57 Desktops OS: Windows XP at all DesktopsCPU: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz. MS-Office at 40 DesktopsRAM: 1024 MB C & C++ at all Desktops30 Systems from Lenovo27 Systems from PavnaLCD monitor at all SystemsUPS: 5 * All workstations are equipped with Internet Facility
  • 51. LIBRARY
  • 52. LIBRARY8,981 Books and 38 National & International Journals of Management.
  • 53. STUDENTS
  • 54. STATUSSchedule Showing No. of Students in IBM in 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010Program 2007 2008 2009 2010MBA I Year 614 474 82 63MBA II Year - 614 474 84BBA I Year 170 78 19 25BBA II Year - 170 61 20BBA III Year - - 170 67B. Com. I Year 38 - 11 -B. Com. II Year - 38 - 10B. Com. III Year - - 38 -B.Com., BBA, - - - 45B.Sc. int. MBA
  • 55. REGIONAL SPREAD Regional SpreadBatch (in %) Aligarh Hathras Mathura Other2007 69 15 3 132008 44 16 17 232009 25 13 17 452010 33 11 4 52
  • 56. REGIONAL SPREAD706050 200740 2008 200930 20102010 0 Aligarh Hathras Mathura Other
  • 57. Student’s Profile Background Entry Level Merit Programm GendeYear es r Ratio Science Commerc Arts Others <60 60-70 >70 e Under 1:10 51 36 13 NIL 50 43 7 Graduate2007 Post 79 19 2 Graduate Under 1:6 43 35 22 NIL 47 44 8 Graduate2008 Post 1:3.6 42 33 22 3 79 19 2 Graduate Under 1:3.3 40 60 NIL NIL 40 40 20 Graduate2009 Post 1:4.5 32 40 8 20 73 23 5 Graduate Under 1:3.6 37 53 10 0 42 37 21 Graduate2010 Post 1:3 29 43 14 14 49 34 17 Graduate
  • 58. Student’s Profile Under Graduate at Entry Level5045403530 25 2007 20 2008 15 2009 10 2010 5 0 <60 60-70 >70
  • 59. Student’s Profile Post Graduate at Entry Level80706050 200740 2008 200930 20102010 0 <60 60-70 >70
  • 60. CREATION OF A CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT
  • 61. FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMESS.No. Name of Presenter Topic of Presentation Date Prof. Ravikesh Indian economy & its future 1 Srivastava, Director, Fore School of 17-May-09 roadmap Management Studies Prof. DS Pandey, Executive Director, How to prepare for employment 2 21-May-09 (L&T) in Recessionary scenario 3 Prof. KP Pandey, Kashi Vidyapeeth How to teach well 31-May-09 Soft skills & padagogical methods 4 Prof. Sasi B. Mishra, IIM Ahmedabad 30, 31-July-09 in management teaching Pallav Bose, Industry recognised Leadership in education sector in 5 8-Nov-09 Trainer & Motivator 21st century Prof. Omprakash Gupta, University of 6 Case Writing 7-Aug-10 Houston, USA
  • 62. GUEST SEMINARSS. No. Name of Guests 1 Mr. Mahesh Bhatt, Renowned Film Producer & Director 2 Prof. V.G. Patel, Founder, EDI Ahmedabad 3 Mr. Avinash Singh 4 Mr. Salman Khurshid, Hon’ble Union Minister of Corporate Affairs 5 Ms. Molly Patel, EDI, Ahmedabad 6 Prof. Sasi Mishra, IIM, Ahmedabad 7 Mr. Vishwa Mohan Tiwari, Air Vice Marshal
  • 63. OUTCOME
  • 64. EXIT LEVEL PERFORMANCE6050 200740 Graduat e30 200720 Post Graduat10 e 0 <60 60-70 >70
  • 65. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
  • 66. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIESEvent Type Details Date Contemporary Issues in GlobalSeminar January 15, 2010 Business Budgetary Implications on CorporateSeminar March 30, 2010 India for the year 2010-11Cultural Evening Our Idiots Eve March 30, 2010 HRM Practices in 21st Century: ASeminar May 6, 2010 Cross Industry Comparatives October 11-12,Conference 6th Annual UPUEA Conference 2010Cultural Evening Holi Dhamaal March 16, 2011
  • 67. SPORTS
  • 68. SPORTS SPORTS ACTIVITY DURATIONInter Institute Basketball Championship Aug 21-23, 2010Inter Institute Soccer Championship Oct. 3-5, 2010Inter Institute Volleyball Championship Nov. 22-26, 2010
  • 69. TRAINING & PLACEMENT
  • 70. Training & Placement Placed Placed through % of No. ofClass Batch through personal Placed Students Campus sources & Students contacts 2007-MBA 510 172 143 62 2009 2008-MBA 470 2010 295 129 69 2007-BBA 145 2010MBA 2009-11* 82 50 61INT. 2007-11* 43 14 33MBABBA 2008-11* 62 12 * AS ON19 APRIL 21, 2011
  • 71. Training & Placement Highest Salary- Rs. 4,50,000 p.a. Average Salary- Rs. 1,44,000 p.a.
  • 72. OUR RECRUITERS
  • 73. THANKS
  • 74. Industrial Visit Students of MBA, BBA and B.Com. have visited various industries such as:  Mother Dairy, New Delhi  Dawar Shoes, Agra  Tej Shoes, Agra  International Business Machines, Gurgaon  Pepsico India Pvt. Ltd, Greater Noida  Zee News, Noida
  • 75. Soft Skills Training Schedule 40 sessions of each batch/each session is of one hour) Introduction to mission campus program (Lets  Conclude G.D. Know Better)  Role Plays. First Personal Interaction Analysis & Assessment.  Leadership. Intro-Session- Voice recordings.  Motivation. Positive Thinking & attitude.  Business Etiquettes. Personality.  Sales Strategies. Goal Setting.  Leadership. Time management.  Conflict Management. Stress Management. (Part-I)  SWOT Analysis. Stress Management. (Part-II)  Telephone Etiquettes. Crisis Management.  Workers Participation Management. Spoken English Session.  Problem Management. Phonetics and Syllables.  Interview Skills. Non Verbal Communication. (Part-I)  FAQ’S during Interview. Non Verbal Communication. (Part-II)  Interview Etiquette. Grooming. (Part-I)  Reading Skills. Grooming. (part-II)  Group Discussions. Group Discussion.  Body Language. Body Language. (Part-I)  Interview Skills Body Language. (Part-II)  Final Analysis with voice recording. How to Initiate G.D.

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