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  1. 1. MissionThe mission of Skyline EducationGroup is to provide its studentswith the best professional careerprospects in the emerging global workplace and to equip themfor more effective and organised contribution to their chosen professional fields.
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  3. 3. From the Director’s DeskOver the past seventeen years our journey has been eventful and full of challenges.We are proud to informyou that we have faced these challenges with determination to provide our students the best professionalcareer prospects in the emerging global workplace and our rankings year on year have to a large extentbeen proof of our efforts.Students are exposed to the best educational learning environment and a pool of accomplished andexperienced Faculty who are dedicated and place maximum emphasis on learning outcomes. At Skylinestudents are guided to understand good governance,service orientation, ethics, giving back to society andenvironmental sustainability. Students and faculty get several opportunities to attend conferences andseminars that showcase innovative methods and best Industry practices. Awareness sessions on economicand global affairs and weekly personal development sessions help in preparing a student for responsiblepositions. Continuous Industry interface and exposure to technological and social changes and needs ,addto enhancing each student’s individual growth chart and enable them to find a meaningful place in Industryas well as society.At Skyline Business School we help students be lifelong learners and adopt change as a constant so that asthey graduate they are fully equipped to Manage in the New World.We invite students to be a part of our Institute and culture of growth, honesty, integrity and social values. 3
  4. 4. A Profile Skyline Education Group comprises of Skyline Business School, Skyline School of Communication and Skyline Institute of Travel and Tourism. The mission of Skyline is to provide its students with the best professional career prospects in the emerging global workplace and to equip them for more effective and organised contribution to their chosen professions and fields. Skyline Business School is one of the premier B-schools in India. It was set up in India in 1996 with a view to provide global & relevant curriculum for emerging international business sectors. Presently Skyline Business School offers BBA & MBA programmmes of a UGC recognized university. As per the most credible Best B School Rankings covering all management Institutes in India we are placed in the top 100 band of B schools as shown in the recent rankings table. Skyline Business School is now on the verge of expansion and has been allotted a campus of 4 acres in the Haryana Government’s prestigious RGEC (Rajiv Gandhi Educational City) just 15kms from North Delhi. Skyline offers its students very comprehensive curricula with a host of advantages such as: High level of student care. Specialisations in high growth areas with opportunities to do live projects with MNCs and top Indian corporates. Most updated and relevant curriculum, with weekly Seminars, Business Quiz sessions, innovative corporate successes presentations. Faculty mostly comprises Alumni from IIM-A, B, C & other premier B-Schools with rich corporate experience. Specialised courses are taught by Industry experts. State-of-the-art library with 3600 journals online. Highly active placement cell. Wi Fi Campus with all classrooms networked and fitted with LCD projectors and air conditioned.4
  5. 5. Courses OfferedPost Graduate Courses Graduate Courses PGDM (AICTE approved) of AIMA BBA from UGC recognized Universityand/or MBA from UGC recognized University and/or Graduate Programme in Business Management with specialisationand/or PGP level I / II (11 months duration each) )) MarketingFollowing specializations are offered: )) Finance )) Marketing )) International Business )) Human Resource Management )) Tourism )) International Business BSC in Airline Tourism and Hospitality )) Finance Management from UGC recognized )) Banking University - BSC ATHM* )) Retail Operations and/or Graduate Programme in Travel & )) Tourism )) Information Systems Tourism. MBA in Airline and Airport Management from UGC recognized University - MBA AAM*and/or PGT level I / II (11 months duration each) MBA Weekend Executive MBA* 2 Year Post Graduate Programme in Travel & Tourism 1 Year Programme in Travel & TourismPGP(Full time / Weekend) (11 months duration each) )) Marketing Management )) Finance )) Human Resource Management )) Tourism )) Banking & Finance )) Internet & Digital Marketing )) Real Estate Management )) Supply Chain Management )) Event Management )) Advertising & Communication )) Financial Planning & Wealth ManagementPGDM is of AIMA and is AICTE approved. Degree programmes are of a UGC recognized university. The PGPs (11Months each) / Diplomas are Institute’s own and autonomous programmes. They are aimed at enhancing employmentpotential through full fledged academic support and comprehensive personality development programmes.* University approval awaited 5
  6. 6. Courses and Programmes Business management subjects are taught with specialised and in depth knowledge in International Business, Marketing, Information Systems, Finance, Tourism, Human Resources Management (HRM) and Insurance. Travel and Tourism specialisations with modules relating to Travel Marketing, Tourism Impacts, Fares & Ticketing, Computerised Reservation System, Travel Agency & Tour Operations, Basic Airport Services and ecotourism. Allied subjects: Economics, Quantitative Methods, Accounting, HRM. Basic skills of independent learning, time management, communicative competence, Information Technology, Seminars, Presentations. Corporate Readiness Programme including oral communication skills, body language and dress codes, corporate etiquettes and interview skills. Social awareness projects have been incorporated in the curriculum to help build awareness and cultivate social consciousness. Academic Standard Assurance Courses are available for both undergraduates & postgraduates in the above mentioned areas. Internationally comparable syllabus. Modern learning methods & technology. Experienced and qualified Academic staff. Renowned Guest lectures. Manageable class size. Participative / activity based teaching. Emphasis on learning outcomes of each element of a unit / course. Social and Environment Projects A new initiative on inducting each student to social awareness, a 3-credit paper has been introduced across all batches and courses as a compulsory assessment. Students are encouraged to work on grassroot level projects and prepare them to give back to society, so that an individual’s growth is not counterproductive to society’s needs, and growth is all inclusive.6
  7. 7. Learning OutcomesThe range of learning outcomes achieved by students on the programme will vary according to their Award.As students progress towards their final levels of study, they will be expected to demonstrate an increasinglysophisticated level of understanding, analysis and evidence of the synthesis of theory and practice and areexpected to be able to: Demonstrate an understanding of the functional areas of business; Use the practical vocabularies of a variety of business disciplines in an appropriate manner; Handle issues from a variety of viewpoints; Understand and evaluate theoretical frameworks; Undertake a piece of appropriate independent research; Analyse and suggest appropriate responses to organisational issues; Identify appropriate practical strategies; Develop capabilities in working with and managing others; Construct, analyse and evaluate different forms of arguments and present them in a logical and coherent manner.Personal Skills and QualitiesDuring the stipulated periods of study, severalsoft skills are also developed in the studentsleading to their ability to: Learn, work and pursue specific objectives in a manner which is both self motivated and responsive to appropriate tasks; Manage their time effectively, thereby achieving their objectives within set deadlines; Take a critical stance with regard to opinion and evidence; Co-operate with and function effectively within a team; Anticipate problems and take on responsibility for devising solutions; Organise and work for social organisations and projects. 7
  8. 8. Assessment Throughout the individual programmes, assessment methods at Skyline Business School are designed to enable students to develop their own potential and permit a close working relationship between the learning experience and individual assessment. Aim of Assessment The aim of the assessment is to test whether the student has achieved the stated learning outcomes for the Programme as a whole and the specific unit in particular. Principles The assessment of the course is governed by a number of principles: With the exception of the independent study, all units are normally assessed by a combination of course work, assessment and formal examination weighted in each unit generally at 50:50 though it may be changed from time to time and from course to course; Each course work incorporates periodic tests, which will be part of the written unit and therefore, prescribed at its commencement; each unit will also include deadlines for the presentation of the course work; The Independent Study must be in an area that is relevant to the named Award. Grading Policy Marks Grade Grade Point Description 70 or above A 4 Very Good 60 - 69 B 3 Good 50 - 59 C 2 Average 40 - 49 D 1 Pass Below 40 F 0 Fail Those students attaining grade ‘D’ or ‘F’ are given an opportunity to improve their grade within a stipulated period of time. This grading policy may differ between courses.8
  9. 9. Assessment WeightageTypical assessment & attendance criteria may be as shown below:Sr No. Break-up of Weightage Description Evaluation Criteria 1 Attendance 10% Total classes attended 2 Class Participation 5% A student is assessed on his /her class interactivity ( Each class attended) 3 Individual / Group 10% Students need to submit an individual or group report Assignment 4 Presentation 10% Power point presentation in class on case study or other topic provided 5 Class Test 15% Internal mid-term examination 6 Final Examination 50% End of semester examination The weightage given to each component may vary from course to course University examinations are conducted separately & degree is awarded by the university 9
  10. 10. Relevance of Academic Information and Grading Policy A student’s final course grade will be determined by consideration of the following factors: 1. Attendance: 75% attendance is compulsory for all classes. This facilitates interaction with the instructor and fellow students as highest level of learning is achieved by this method. Students who do not have the requisite 75% attendance in each paper are barred from the final examination of that unit. 2. Reading: Every student is expected to have thoroughly read and reviewed all reading assignments from the required text or other reference material. 3. Discussion: Students must participate in regular classroom discussions as concepts are cleared and fresh perspectives are formed. 4. Testing and Writing Projects: Students complete online tests for online courses and case studies for offline courses. 5. Assignments: Students complete group and individual assignments for the course. Group projects inculcate team spirit. 6. Seminars: Students are expected to attend maximum number of seminars by guest faculty, weekly quizzes, as well as seminars conducted outside where Skyline students are sent. Attendance in external seminars attracts bonus points. All of these methods help students in maximising their learning, particularly as they are able to see direct linkages between theory and practice.10
  11. 11. Skill EnhancementMany students generally display limitedskill sets. It has been Skyline’s endeavourto maximise each student’s professional &social skills and prepare them for responsiblepositions at the place of work. Managementgames bring out those areas which need mostattention, among them being communication(written, verbal and body language), personalpresentations, ability to work in teams,leadership & qualities of tolerance. HRexperts also give training by identifyingattitudes as well as personal goals anddrivers. In each semester special emphasisis also laid on corporate requirements andability to understand each incumbency, facecompetition and sustain positions, as well asthe ability to stay updated in the changingenvironment and stay ahead in knowledgeof the relevant work area.Mock interviews and group discussions areheld / conducted to test whether the studentshave been able to develop the skills theyinitially lacked. Students are also encouragedto participate in inter college events on areasof professional competence like businessquizzes, paper presentations, business planscompetitions and advertising events. Studentare engaged with leading corporates for liveprojects. 11
  12. 12. Academic & Cultural Committees and Groups Students take part in organising several academic and non academic activities and can opt for or be nominated to any of the following committees: Placement Committee; Student PR Committee; Sports Committee; Literary Committee; Quiz Committee; Adventure Committee; Industry Relations Committee; Cultural Committee; Student Affairs Committee. Trips and Excursions To provide relief from the strenuous course requirements students are encouraged to go on trips and excursions organised jointly by the students and the Institute. These trips also help in creating closer bonds between students and faculty and between peer groups. Apart from cultivating organisational capabilities in students, these activities provide a practical educational experience and develop other soft skills such as sporting spirit, discipline, behavioural norms and group dynamics. In the past students have been to: Sharjah / Dubai for Inter College Cricket Matches Dam Dama Lake Dubai Shopping Experience Jungle Safari River Rafting Kullu Manali - Hill experience Desert Safari Nainital and Jim Corbett Park Neemrana and Austrian Ropeway Adventure sports Dhanaulti Adventure Camp in Rajasthan List of special student functions Freshers Get together Outstation Trips Orientation week Regular participation in TV Talk show Annual Festival Man Zeal Farewell Evening Cricket Match Weekly event hour for cultural activities & talent spotting Football Match12
  13. 13. Learning and Support ServicesTwo Campuses in India First campus set up in 1996, in the heart of South Delhi, well connected by public transport (close to Haus Khas metro station). Second campus set up in 2006, in the heart of New Gurgaon in Sector 44, Institutional Area, well connected and close to NH8.One Campus in UAE First campus of the Skyline Education Group was set up in Sharjah, UAE in 1990 and is now the Skyline University College UAE.Upcoming Campus in RGEC Skyline Education Group has been allotted land in Rajiv Gandhi Educational City (RGEC) on National Highway 1, just 15 kms from Delhi. RGEC Haryana is proposed as the largest educational hub in India.Library & IT facilities Comprehensive library with more than 10000 volumes of latest Books, Internet, CD-ROMs, Video & Audio Tapes. Computer Labs with high speed 128 Kbps Internet connectivity on all machines. 1200 Journals online. Classrooms equipped with audio/video facilities and LCD projectors. Fully airconditioned campus. Wi Fi Campus.Sports FacilitiesTennis, Volleyball, Gymnasium, Cricket, Football and Basketball facilities available on campus (in Delhi)on shared basis.Hostel FacilitiesHostel for girls and boys with ultra modern facilities and all services in residential neighborhood outsourcedto professionals with boarding, lodging and preferential facilities to suit individuals.Other FacilitiesCommon Room with indoor sports including Pool, Table Tennis, Chess, Carrom, and Snack Bar onCampus. 13
  14. 14. Faculty Development Programmes & Off-Campus Seminars 2011-12 MNRE (Ministry of New & Renewable Energy) Conference on “Renewable Energy for Educational Sector” at Mosaic Hotel, Noida AFCON Indian Financial Sector- “Agenda for Reforms” at Hotel Shangrila National HRD Network with TiE Delhi NCR at India Habitat Centre 7th Young Managers’ Conference 2011 “Young Leaders - Success Code” at India Habitat Centre Panel Discussion on “Future of Education” at Birla Vidya Niketan Directors’ Conclave by MBA Universe at India International Centre IACBE International Accreditation Workshop IATO Seminar at Hotel Hilton Apple “e-learning Conference for Higher Education” at Hotel Hyatt International Accreditation Conference by SEAA- Standards for Educational Advancement & Accreditation Trust, India FICCI’s Health Insurance Conference Theme: “De-Bottling the Health Insurance Growth” “Landscape n Business” by FICCI at Federation House Indian Management Conclave at India Habitat Centre EPSI-Education Promotion Society for India - Interactive session with Mr. Kapil Sibal at The Grand - Vasant Kunj Edge “Public Private Partnerships in Education” TIE-Retail Summit at Hotel Sheraton - Saket TIE- “Leveraging Technology to build scalable models in Education” at IIT Delhi TIE- NHRDN -HR Summit at India Habitat Centre AIMS - Annual Management Education Convention at India Habitat Centre Times of India “Innovation In Education” at Hotel Lalit- Barakhamba Road AIMA - National HRM Summit at Hotel Lalit- Barakhamba Road FICCI- Global Skills Summit at Federation House PHD Chamber - “ Impact Investment in India” Shiksha.com - “Training for Counsellors” at Lok Kala Manch14
  15. 15. Industrial VisitsS. No. Company Name Location Industry / Sector 1 ABB (Electric Motor) Faridabad Electric Motor 2 AMD Industries Delhi Packing Solutions 3 Amtek Dharuhera Auto Parts 4 Bata Faridabad Shoes 5 Coke Dasna FMCG 6 Desein Endure Pvt. Ltd. Sahibabad Machine Manufacturing 7 Escorts Construction Equipment Ltd. Ballabgarh Construction Equipment 8 Hero Honda Gurgaon Motor Cycle 9 HIND Hydraulics Faridabad Manufacturing 10 JBC India Ballabgarh Automobile Parts Earth Movers 11 J.B.M. Auto Faridabad Auto Parts 12 Maruti Suzuki Gurgaon Automobile 13 Mother Dairy Delhi Dairy Products 14 Parle Group Bahadurgarh Confectionaries 15 Pepsi Delhi FMCG 16 Yakult Danone India Sonepat Energy Drink 15
  16. 16. Live Corporate Projects Students are given opportunities to work in live projects to give them on-the-ground exposure of market research, product promotion activities, new launches & strategic planning. S.No. Company Name Project Title Duration 1 India International Travel Mart Manging the event at the Tourism Exhibition 3 days 2 Future Value Retail Survey on loyalty programme & payback 7 days cards 3 CII- Institute of Logistics Coordination of Conference at Hotel Lalit 2 days 4 RootZ Event Management for Dell employees 1 day 5 GMR- DIAL (Delhi International Airport Survey on load capacity 1 week Airport Limited) 6 Exhibition India Sales Generation of Magazine during Auto 1 week Expo 2012 7 Pedicon Event Management 4 days 8 Fortis Volunteers at car rally 2 weeks 9 Alethia Pilot Survey of Coaching Institutes in Delhi 3 weeks 10 Barista Sales generation of offer cards 1 month 11 Tanishq Retail Management Trainee- exposure to inventory 1 week & order management 12 Outlook Group Sales generation of group magazines & 2 weeks supplements 13 Vision Beyond Recruitment & Hiring for the insurance 1 month sector 14 Pantaloon Retail Stores operation & Customer survey 15 days 15 AIMA National Research Conference - managing 2 days the event16
  17. 17. Social ProjectsBusiness is a part of society & social responsibility is an area which needs to be a part of every student’sorientation in order to achieve inclusive growth.Students have worked in the following areas.S.No. NGO Project Work 1 Goonj Helping acquire materials for flood victims in Orissa & Assam 2 Latika Roy Foundation Working with NGO for helping special children 3 Katha School Uncommon solutions for a common good 4 Respect Age International Provide medical aid, health, hygiene & computer education 5 Ritanjali Bringing hope where there is none 6 Salaam Balak Trust To bring positive changes in the lives of street children 7 Silver Zone Provide innovative & customized knowledge products & services for local markets. 8 Uddyaan Care Worked for education of poor children and on hygiene projects 9 Sahyogita Samaj Vikas Sanstha Volunteered for their project ‘Healthcare’ 10 Planet Help Society Education Programme for rural and underprivileged children 11 Good news Corps Society unit of Students worked with overseas volunteers from Korea International Youth Fellowship 12 Rotary Blood Bank Blood donation camp in Delhi- twice 13 Lions Club International Creating awareness and raising funds for the care of elderly 14 Handicapped Children Catering to the needs of children with disability suffering Rehabilitation Association from heart anomalies, cancer & other life threatening diseases 15 Ishwar Students helped in teaching and imparting training to primary level children under non-formal education programme (Project Swayam) 16 National Association for the Skyline has donated old PCs, students have helped in Blind (NAB) literacy programme for the blind 17 Prayas Social Welfare Society Free Education for poor & street children 18 Streebal Helping underprivileged women and children 19 Guild of Service Going to slums and enrolling needy women for assistance in setting up small business and technical skills 20 Astha Voluntary work in teams with Uday Foundation congenital defects and rare blood groups 17
  18. 18. 21 Helpage India Volunteer at their old age homes & mobile medicare vans 22 Old Age Foundation Visiting and sharing old people’s concerns 23 Shrishti Orphaned children’s home; teaching, painting & story telling 24 Child Care Development Teaching street children & orphans Foundation 25 Recypa Recycling of waste paper 26 Milan Pilot Survey for Rural Development Products Non-Academic Events All students get on opportunely to participate in any one or more events as organized from time to time. These activities have a high quotient of fun, intellect and general awareness besides developing team spirit and healthy competition Nat Geo- Premier Quiz League Students’ outstation visit to Dhanaulti nature camp in Uttarakhand Students’ outstation visit to Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand AIMA National Management Students’ Quiz Cultural Fest (Gurgaon)- Atharva Cultural Fest –Verve Outbound Travel Mart (OTM) Exhibition NDTV Talk Shows Business Quiz at other Business Schools AIMA Business Quiz B-Plan competition at Daksh Entrepreneurship Conference at Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM) International Railway Equipment Exhibition PHD Chamber of Commerce- Conference on “Educational Travel & Eco-Tourism” Debates at Business Schools Gurgaon Management Association Meeting AIMA National Management Quiz Tourism Conclave Inter B School Campus Programme (Organized by Skyline along with Army Institute of Management Technology)18
  19. 19. On Campus SeminarsOver a two year period an average student gets an opportunity to attend 40-50 seminars on campus.Speakers are senior practicing managers and subject experts. Month Name & Designation Topic January, 2011 Paritosh Sharma, CEO- UntilROI Digital Marketing Shah Jamal, Corporate Training Consultant Attitude Development Rohit Ranjan, Faculty- WAYE Art of Living Its All About You February, 2011 Arun Sangwan, Consultant B2B Marketing Shah M Jamal, Corporate Training Consultant Attitude Development March, 2011 Sameer Srivastava, Marketing & Sales Professional Key Account Management Namrata Ohri, Training Manager, New York Life Insights of Insurance Industry Insurance Arun Gautam, Sebior Manager (CA)- Power Grid Overview of Finance Function in Industry Corporation August, 2011 Kaustav Saha, Deputy General Manager (DGM) at Vipul Project Management in Construction Modern Buildcon Pvt. Ltd. Sector Amit Sinha, Head-Solutions, Akshamala Solutions Entrepreneurship in the Indian Context Rajesh Chuthani, Regional Manager at Ciena (Telecom An Insight in to the Telecom Industry MNC) Jay Shankar, IT Consultant An Insight to the IT World September, 2011 Sushma Gupta, Former General Manager- Human Careers in HR Resource, Maruti Suzuki Jaideep Manchanda, Branad Manager- Economic Times Role of Marketing in Media Anil Kumar Sinha, CA- Power Grid Corporation Financial working culture in Public sector vs Private sector A Shrivastava, Vice President (Sales & Marketing), Digital Marketing Fiedelia Systems Anupam Bose, International Consultant, TAPI Gas International Business in Energy Sector Pipeline Projects Rajat Sabharwal, Former Managing Director- Alstom Corporate World- Good, Bad & Ugly India Prasant Malik, Deputy General Manager Mergers & Acquisitions (M & A)- Thapar Group V N Venugopal, Solutions Manager- Nokia Siemens Evolution of Mobile Communications Network Technologies October, 2011 Vishal Mittal, Managing Director, Altais Advisors Pvt Ltd Value Investing Varun Sharma, Assistant Manager- technical Marketing Industry Requirements from Management at LS Cables (part of LG Network) Graduates Shalini Chopra, Internal Account Manager at IBM- Skyline College: Alumni Connect Lenovo, UK Rakesh Mohan Diwan, General Manager, Punjab Bank Marketing National Bank Mr. Jaideep Manchanda, Brand Manager, Economic Role of Marketing in Media Times 19
  20. 20. On Campus Seminars Month Name & Designation Topic Mr. V.N. Venugopal, Solutions Manager, Nokia Siemens Evolution of Mobile Communication Network Technologies Mr. Varun Sharma, Assistant Manager (Technical Industry Requirement From Management Marketing), LS Cable (subsidiary of LG) Graduates November 2011 Mr. Amit Sinha, Head- Solution, Akshamala Solutions Entrepreneurship in practice in the Indian context Ms. Shalini Chopra, Internal Account Manager, IBM- Skyline College: Alumni Connect Lenovo Mr. Anupam Bose, Senior Consultant, Iran Oil & Gas International Business in Energy Sector Projects January 2012 Mr. Paras Kaushik, Head HR, Aditya Birla Retail Madura Headhunting Methodologies in Large Fashion & Lifestyle Conglomerates Mr. Sunny Sharma, Director, Foetron Communication Social Media & Cloud Computing February 2012 Dr. Saraswati Raju, Member, NGO- LIGHTS Purpose & Scope of Social Business March 2012 Mr. Siraj Bhattacharya, AGM- Global Business New Horizons to the Telecom & Energy Development, Sterlite Technologies Sector Mr. Sayan Banerjee, Manager, Absolute Data Role of Data Analytics in Marketing Research Mr. C Rajagopalan, Director, Pragmatic Learning Leveraging LinkedIn to establish a Strong Professional Online Presence April 2012 Ms. Jyotsna Aswal, General Manager- HR, URS Scott Creative side of Human Resource Wilson Management Mr. K.N. Pandey, Chief Manager- HRM, Power Grid Talent Management within scope of Corporation Sunflower Management August 2012 Mr. Sujit Nair, Head- Business Development, Nippon Essence of Leadership Data Centre Mr. Atanu Dasgupta, GM (Retd.) & Consultant Role of Utelcos in Telecom Sector (Freelance), Power Grid Corporation & NPTI Ms. L Priyadarshini, Business Group Head, ICRA Role of Rating Agencies September 2012 Rakesh Ratti, CEO, Meditrain Pharma Business School Overview of the Pharmaceutical Industry Mr. Sumeet Jhamb, Vice President, Infrastructure Cause & Effect of Global Financial Crisis Professionals Enterprise 2008 Mr. Man Virender Singh Rawat, Assistant Manager, Importance of Financial Modelling Bharti Airtel Ms. Rumki Chatterjee, Insurance Consultant, Financial Role of Finance in Insurance sector Claims Advisory Service October 2012 Ms. Charneeta Kaur, Faculty Member, Pearl Business World of Fashion Retail School Mr. Sushil Alewa, Certified Financial Education Trainer, Financial Planning for Young Investors SEBI20
  21. 21. Special Seminars on CampusForeign and Senior Industry Persons visit and Interact with Students from time to time International Speaker TopicProf. Barry J. Cooper Challenges & Opportunities inAssociate Dean (Development) & Prof. of Accounting Accounting Professionat Deakin University, AustraliaDr. William Hicky Competitiveness & ClusterProfessor, Professional Studies, California State University, LongBeach, CA, USA at California State UniversityMr. Indresh Singh Saluja Fundamentals of Sales and DistributionAsst. Vice-President Customer Service - Etisalat DB TelecomMr. Alain Ouvrieu An overview of Higher education in(Director-International Development) Business School of Normandie France and avenues for study abroad..- (School of Passerelle world, France)Mr. Ajay Chowdhary Leadership and growthAssociate Vice President - People Development - CHR - SRF Ltd.(Part of Shriram Group, one of the nations largest e Enterprise)Prof. Steve Bristow Challenges for Corporate GovernanceSenior Advisor, Quality Assurance & Governance, BritishAccreditation Council (BAC) UKMr. Paul Grist Using Blackboard as a leveragingGlobal Strategic Accounts, Government & Education platformMs. Arti Swarup Partnering with Chartered Institute ofRegional Representative - North India, CIMA UK Management Accountants in India to give students a global edge 21
  22. 22. Research & e-Updates Weekly updates are produced by students and faculty and distributed electronically. Travel Update Managing Talent Update Management Ideas Update Global Business Update BPO Update Financial Innovation Update Mass Communication Update HR Update Next Practices New New22
  23. 23. Consultancy,Training and MDPsSkyline Education Group, over the years, as partof faculty & students’ interaction with industryhas taken up a number of consultancy projects& training in different areas.Some of the major assignments have been: An assignment by National Council for Applied Economic Research (NCAER) & GMR- DIAL (Delhi International Airport Limited) for research on “Economic Impact of Delhi Airport at National & International Levels” was carried out. MDPs are conducted for leading corporates like Get It Yellow Pages, C & C (leading construction company) & Lease Plan India for infrastructure management. Senior Faculty member trained professionals at National Cooperative Development Programme on Rural Tourism. A project in association with India Business Solutions for Honda Japan- the study researched & gauged the success / failure factors of various MNCs & top business houses on best management practices in India. Research conducted in Delhi, Mumbai & Bengaluru. Study in association with CII & AT-Kearney on the perception of India by foreign tourists. The research covered all aspects of Indian Tourism as perceived by foreign tourists. BPO Training for 240 executives of Daksh for their US Airline clients was undertaken. 23
  24. 24. Feedback Skyline students are groomed to be lifelong learners. Ethics, integrity and ability to work in teams, responsibility and taking initiative are other aspects of their personality which have been developed. Several corporates where our students have worked have given us the following feedback. “Excellent ability to take initiative and grasp new ideas. Very high sense of responsibility. Energetic and pleasing personality equipped with good knowledge and skills.” “Sincere and hard working. Excellent communications skills and excellent team player.” “Excellent ability to grasp new ideas and knowledge, ability to interface theory and practice, dedicated and zeal to learn more and more.” “Team player and very adaptable person. Sincere, hardworking and having excellent documentation skills. Ability to develop a healthy long-term relationship with clients.” “Soft spoken, well behaved, has the dynamism to produce optimum results.” “Sincere and willing to put in hard work, ability and creativity to innovate with respect to work methods & procedures. Good documentation skills.” “Hardworking, punctual and studious. Performs duties with dedication and ready to take challenges.” “Good ability to work in a team and take initiative, excellent ability to grasp new ideas and knowledge, willingness to learn and grow.” “Responsible and hard working. Excellent communication skills and a good team player, ability to innovate with respect to work methods. Has recommended her for the placement.” “Extremely hardworking and sincere.” “Good communication skills and a good team player. Is sincere and has positive attitude.” “Hard working and has the ability to innovate upon new ideas. Team player and has an ability to grasp new ideas.” “Has talent but needs an exposure. Sincere and willing to put in hard work. Ability to develop a healthy long-term relationship with clients.”24
  25. 25. Summer Training: An Opportunity WindowFor most students a live project or Summer Training is their first window to the corporate world. It ismandatory for all undergraduate and postgraduate students to do at least one 8-10 week summer trainingproject as part of their course work.A good corporate environment ensures an appropriate motivation for students and acts as a springboardfor successful careers.Some organisations where Skyline students have done Summer Training/Live Projects in recent years: 25
  26. 26. Summer Training: Performance Appraisal Every organisation, which takes in our students, is required to give a feedback in a specified format. The 14-count appraisal assesses across both soft skills and actual ability to perform on the job. Given below is corporate feedback for one of our students who trained with Bank of Baroda.26
  27. 27. Past PlacementsBanking & Insurance Media & Advertising Retail and Others)) American Express )) Asian Age )) Club Mahindra)) Axis Bank )) Bates Asia )) Country Club)) Bank of America )) Business Today (Knowiz) )) Energetic India)) Barclays )) CNBC TV18 )) Jindal Pe-X Tubes Ltd.)) Citi Bank )) Equus Advertising )) Oxford University Press)) DBS (Development Bank of )) Gray Worldwide )) Pantaloon Singapore) Reliance Retail )) NDTV )))) HDFC 3M )) Hindustan Times )))) HSBC )) Lowe Lintas)) ICICI Securities and Financial )) Mudra Communications Services )) Times of IndiaConsultancies and KPOs Anand Rathi and Associates )) Images Group ))))Capital IQ )) Aviva Life Insurance))Copal Partners MNCs )) Bajaj Allianz/Capital))Evalueserve )) Citi Financial )) American Express))EXL )) Fortis Securities )) Carrier Aircon))Hero Mindmine )) ICICI Securities )) Citibank))McKinsey & Co. )) IL & FS )) DBS (Development Bank))Price Waterhouse Coopers of Singapore) )) Indiabulls))vAngelz )) Discovery )) India Infoline))WNS )) Maersk )) Kotak Securities )) Sharp )) Mefcom Capital Markets.LtdE-Services )) YKK )) Religare Commodities)) Co-Cubes )) SMC Global)) IBM Daksh Pharmaceutical & )) Unicon Securities)) India Mart Healthcare)) Naukri.com )) Rockland)) Stracon Solutions )) Ariemis)) Timesjobs.com )) Max )) Lupin )) CadilaThe above A grade organisations have inducted our students in the past.The list is only indicative. Some students may have moved to other organisations. 27
  28. 28. Past Placements Technology and Telecom )) ADA Cellworlds )) Microsoft )) Amtier )) Reliance Infocomm )) Bharti Telecom )) SPSS )) Bharti Teletech )) US Tech )) Greenfield online )) VRITI Infocom )) HCL )) Wipro )) Magnon Solutions Travel & Tourism and Hospitality )) Amadeus )) Lufthansa )) American Express TRS )) Makemytrip.com )) British Airways )) Oberoi Hotels )) Cox and Kings )) Singapore Airlines )) Discover the World Marketing )) Spicejet )) eBookers )) Thomas Cook )) Gallileo )) TUI Travels )) Interglobe )) United Airlines )) International Travel House )) Versys Travel )) Jet Airways )) Viva Voyages )) Kuoni )) Yatra.com The above A grade organisations have inducted our students in the past. The list is only indicative. Some students may have moved to other organisations.28
  29. 29. Alumni in Corporates 29
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  32. 32. Faculty S. No. Faculty Name Area Qualifications 1 Mr. Praveen Puri Director M Sc. (St. Stephen’s), MBA (FMS) 2 Mr. Amrish Sahgal Director - Academics & MBA (IIM- Ahmedabad) Tourism 3 Mr. Hitesh Manocha Strategy & Marketing B.E., MBA( IIM- Ahmedabad) 4 Mr. Vishwanath Information Systems B. Tech (IIT-Madras), MBA (XLRI) Subramaniam 5 Ms. Sheelu Puri Director - Admission & B.A. (Economics)- LSR (DU), MBE (DU) Placements 6 Ms. Shailaja Marketing MBA (IMT Ghaziabad) Manocha 7 Mr. Abhishek Data Analytics & Research MBA (NMIMS) Bishayee 8 Mr. Alok Srivastava Travel & Tourism IATA Qualified Instructor, PGT (DU) 9 Mr. Aman Narang Banking & Statistics MBA 10 Mr. Amit Mongia International Business & MBA (Symbiosis- SIBM) Human Resources 11 Ms. Anita Singhal Finance MBA (Narsee Monjee), Ph. D. (Pursuing) 12 Mr. Aritro Dasgupta Environment Management MBA (Indian Institute of Forest & Head- Learning Management) Resource Centre 13 Mr. Bhisham Bhateja Entrepreneurship MBA (ICFAI- Hyderabad) 14 Mr. Bhupendra Jain Finance & Accounting CA 15 Ms. Bushra Khan Human Resources MBA (AMU), Ph. D. (Pursuing) 16 Mr. Chirag Malik Marketing Research & MBA, Ph. D. (Pursuing) Programme Manager 17 Dr. Debraj Communications Ph. D. – English Mookherjee 18 Mr. Debabrata Deb Faculty-Strategy & B. Tech (IIT),MBA ( IIM- Ahmedabad) Consultant 19 Mr. Devashish Dutt International Business MBA 20 Mr. Inderpal Singh Finance & Accounts M.Com (DSE) & CFA 21 Mr. Jagdeep Soin Human Resources MBA (IMT- Ghaziabad) 22 Mr. Karan Garg Entrepreneurship B Com , MBA (NMIMS) 23 Mr. Krishan Batra International Business M. Tech, MBA - Finance (USA) 24 Ms. Mahima Sharma French MA (French)32
  33. 33. FacultyS. No. Faculty Name Area Qualifications 25 Ms. Manisha Anand Comm & Soft Skills MBA 26 Mr. Man Virender Economics MBA (Symbiosis- SIMS) Singh Rawat 27 Ms. Neha Wadhwa Human Resources MBA 28 Mr. Nitin Malik General Management MBA (North Carolina, USA) 29 Dr. Parul Nagar Economics & Statistics Ph. D. –Finance 30 Dr. Pooja Dubey Business English Ph. D. –English 31 Ms. Pritima Kaushal Human Resources MBA (IMT- Ghaziabad) 32 Mr. Pushkal Pandey Finance B. Tech, M. Tech-IIT Delhi, MBA (IIM Bangalore) 33 Mr. Rahul Bhatia Finance & Business Law LLB, MB A(IIM- Kozhikode) 34 Mr. Rahul Kandoi Finance & Statistics B.E., MBA-Finance (IIFT) 35 Mr. Rajiv Jaiswal Marketing & Strategy B. Tech (BHU), (MBA - FMS) 36 Mr. Rakesh Bohra Taxation CA 37 Ms. Ripsy Bakshi Economics & Statistics MBA (IMI) 38 Ms. Ruchika Khurana Business English BBS (CBS) + MBA (IMT-Ghaziabad) Barara 39 Ms. Ruchika Shokeen Retail Management MBA (IMDR) + EPRM (IIM- Calcutta) 40 Ms. Sapna Jain Finance & Accounting CA 41 Mr. Shashwat Anand International Business BE (DCE), MBA (IIFT) 42 Ms. Sushma Gupta Human Resources & MBA (IIM- Calcutta) Personality Development 43 Mr. Saurabh Finance & Business Law CA, MBA (ICFAI Hyderabad) Sawhney 44 Ms. Shikha Malhotra Information Systems MCA, Ph. D. (Pursuing) 45 Ms. Sugandh Jain Accounts & Statistics CA & CWA 46 Ms. Smita Chaturvedi Retail & Human Resources MBA (FORE Institute) 33
  34. 34. Senior Faculty Profiles Mr. Praveen Puri Mr. Amrish Sahgal Director Dean - Academics & Tourism Faculty MSc, MBA, PGDM MBA - IIM Ahd. He has headed the Institute since inception in Mr. Amrish Sahgal pursued his Bachelor 1996 after having spent more than 15 years in the of Commerce (Honours) degree from the Industry, with his last assignment having been University of Pune in 1967 before going on to do with the Times of India group as Vice President his MBA from IIM Ahmedabad in 1969. - Marketing and Brand Manager, Economic Times. Mr. Puri has a rich experience in different Mr. Sahgal holds a higher level Diploma in Sales marketing, support, product & promotion and Management & Salesmanship from the London market research functions in various sectors. Chamber of Commerce. He also attended a Mr. Puri is a product of Faculty of Management Studies, where he course on Hotel Marketing at Cornell University, USA. He holds a completed his MBA (Finance) and PGDMM programme and an Master of Exchange certificate from Interval International – one of the M.Sc. & B.Sc. degree from St. Stephen’s College both under Delhi world’s leaders in Timeshare Management. University. He has had wide ranging experience with various organisations Mr. Puri brings to the Institute a rare passion for imbibing values of engaged in sales and marketing of consumer goods and services. excellence in students to prepare them for meaningful corporate These organisations have included multinationals and large Indian careers of international standards. His ability to remain state-of-the- transnational groups like Tatas, Birlas and Oberois and the ITC group. art in thought while retaining values and corporate ethics makes For many years now, he has concentrated on the Services sector, in him an ideal head of a private B school striving to make its mark on particular the Hospitality and Tourism Industry. the Indian B School horizon. His ability to spot the best talent has, in fact, ensured that a committed and well qualified team of faculty Mr. Sahgal currently runs his own management consultancy firm members has been chosen to attach itself to the cause of alternate (to engaged in Hospitality and Tourism Sectors. Prior to this, he was state sector) education in India. President, Alsa Resorts and before that, Dy Managing Director of Bhutan Tourism Corporation Ltd. He has also been the GM Marketing of Dalmia Resorts International. Mr. Rajiv Jaiswal Mr. Sahgal has represented Skyline on the prestigious CII National Mr Rajiv Jaiswal is an alumnus of BHU - IT Committee on Tourism & Heritage and those of IATO and TAAI. and Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi During his 5-year stint with Oberoi Hotels, Mr. Sahgal, in addition to University. Mr Jaiswal has over 32 years his other functional responsibilities, headed the Marketing Faculty experience in the industry having handled at the prestigious Oberoi School of Hotel Management for over two several businesses with P& L responsibility. He is years. He also conducts a number of in-house training programmes a Marketing professional and has been involved for corporate houses. in team building and successfully leading it to achieve high goals, handling challenging and At present he is representing Skyline on the Education, HRM and pioneering assignments from diverse fields, Tourism committees of FICCI & ASSOCHAM starting up new projects/ programs/ organisations and seeing them through to successful conclusion. He has an ability to build durable relationships based on ethical conduct. Ms. Anita Singhal At present he is an independent Business consultant providing Finance Faculty consulting in the areas of Business Strategy. He is also a certified Energy Auditor certified by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Govt. of India. MBA - NMIMS Ms. Anita Singhal is a product of the University of Mumbai having graduated in Commerce from Podar College of Commerce and Economics and Ms. Shailaja Vij Manocha completed her Masters in Management Studies Ms Shailaja Vij Manocha is a marketing faculty from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management who specializes in Sales and Retail marketing Studies. Ms. Singhal was also part of the first batch having had above six years experience with of Insurance Brokers certified by the Insurance Dabur and NIS before switching to academics Regulatory and Development Authority in 2002. full time. Ms Manocha is a product of Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University and She has set up home & consumer loans marketing activity for a CA IMT Ghaziabad. She has been associated with firm. As Manager, Investment Banking Division of Apple Finance Ltd. Skyline Business School for over ten years and at Mumbai, she has grossed a corporate experience of more than five brings to the classroom the best in pedagogy and years before shifting to equity research at Quasar India Ltd. interactivity. Her orientation towards ensuring learning objectives makes every student she teaches a lifelong learner.34
  35. 35. Senior Faculty ProfilesMr. Hitesh Manocha Prof. Debabrata Deb He has a B.Tech from IIT, Delhi and a PGDM from Dean - Academics & Strategic IIM, Ahmedabad. He has three decades of industry Management Faculty experience and his area of strength is tracking the (BE, MBA – IIM Ahd.) Dean & Senior Faculty, evolution of customer needs and innovation. He Marketing and Tourism Studies, and a has hands on knowledge of Marketing, Product Mechanical Engineer from Delhi College of Development, Technology Development, Engineering and PGDBM, IIM Ahmedabad, Innovation and Evolution of Business Strategy. he has been associated with Skyline Business He is currently a Consultant to companies in the School since inception, prior to which he has Packaging Industry and a teacher of Management concepts.held several corporate functions in the areas of Projects, Marketing & Professor D. Deb has been associated with Skyline Business SchoolSales in organisations such as BHEL, Godrej, SIEL, ONIDA, Maxworth ever since he came into Teaching and Consultancy in 2007 and isOrchards & the Modi group. Mr. Manocha has more than 15 years proud of his association with Skyline. The approach of Skyline Businessof a wide corporate experience and about 8 years of teaching and School of exposing the students to industry leaders to better understandfaculty experience. their curriculum in practical terms is a value added approach to education which has attracted Prof. Deb to Skyline.Mr. V. Subramaniam Sushma Gupta Mr. Vishwanath Subramaniam an Engineering graduate with PG Qualification in Management Faculty HR and Trainer, Interview from prestigious Institutions of India (IIT,Madras/ Skills XLRI, Jamshedpur) has spent about 25 years in India and Gulf region in reputed organizations MBA from IIM–Calcutta and Economics (Hons) (Tata Steel India, Banks in Gulf region) and from St Stephens College, Delhi and schooling presently holding the position of Dy. Director from Presentation Convent Delhi. Sushma Skyline Business School, Gurgaon. Mr. V. Gupta is a Human Resources and organization Subramaniam’s experience spans functions development specialist with over 20 yearsof Strategy, Change Management E-Commerce, Total Quality of varied experience in the industry, acrossManagement Banking Operations Management Control Systems different sectors including manufacturing and services sector.and MIS All aspects of System Development Life Cycle Information Sushma worked briefly as Strategic Advisor( HR) Hero Motors IndiaSystems Security & Audit. His in depth knowledge in these functions Ltd at the Vice president level with the company and was withenable him to teach MIS, TQM, eCommerce etc. Besides his academic Maruti Suzuki India Limited for a total of 15 years her last role beingknowledge and Industry experience, Mr. Subramaniam is an excellent Department Head, Corporate HR In her present capacity Sushma islistener and his positive and empathetic attitude towards students help an OD/ HR consultant at the strategic level, specially on Performancein their growth and Industry orientation. management, dashboards for performance reviews, structured recruitments & employee assessments as well as recruitment and training top managers in organizations.Dr. Parul Nagar MA(Eco) MBA(Finance) PhD(Finance) Ms. Sheelu Puri Dr. Parul Nagar started her career as a merchant Director banker which she did for 3 years, but then found Skyline Business School, Hauz Khas her niche in academics. Known for her eye for Ms. Sheelu Puri, along with her husband is the detail & student consciousness - economics, founding director of Skyline Education group statistics & finance are her specialization in India. She is an alumnus of LSR College & domains. She has 15 years of experience in Masters in Business Economics (DU) & did academics & been associated with Skyline for 4 her schooling from Convent of Jesus & Mary.years in teaching & research. She started her career as a lecturer in Delhi University’s colleges, but soon switched to the corporate sector. She worked in the export divisions in at Raunaq & Pioneer Groups. In 1987, she started her own venture in the field of interior projects as business head. She has been the driving force behind the introduction of corporate & individual social responsibility among students in higher education, thus making them responsible citizens first & business managers later. Ms. Puri also handles compliances & communications as well as operations at the Delhi campus along with university interface. 35
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  37. 37. Placement SectionDear Recruiter,Thank you for providing this opportunity to reach out to you and yourorganization to present before you our Class of 2013.The last year has been different in more ways than one: all who advocatesuperspecialisation as the only way to succeed also endorse a 360 degree skillset. There are other anomalies too particular to our times: while recession isa reality in India too, some sectors are in the pink of health like healthcare,retail, lifestyle, ITES particularly digital marketing and e-enabled services.While global retail chains are waiting to enter India the local kiranas arenot dying. A global organization cannot succeed at the local level unlessit adapts to local flavours and sensitivities. Where giant corporations arefailing, local revolutionary organizations and local talent are succeeding tocapture the imagination of the world.It is in this backdrop that our students are bracing for the placement seasonahead. Students are aspiring for the Retail, Realty, Digital marketing,Hospitality, ITES and Financial Services sectors; each student having dualspecializations in the areas of Marketing, International Business, HumanResource Management and Finance in their chosen combinations. Besidesthe academic rigour, students have gone through workshops, intensivesessions and stress interviews in the areas of personality enhancement, teambuilding and leadership, social and environmental awareness, ethics andintegrity, general awareness sessions covering business environment andsocio economic understanding, intensive Industry interface through seniorcorporate functional heads as guest faculty and through premier Industryapex bodies’ national and international seminars and conferences.We welcome you to our campus and to interact with our pool of fresh youngtalent who you feel would fit in appropriately as per your organizationalneeds and location.With best wishes,Placement Head 37
  38. 38. Students Seeking Final Placements MBA 2011-13 States % Delhi 9 H.P. 3 Haryana 18 Jharkhand 6 Mizoram 3 M.P. 3 Orissa 3 Rajasthan 6 UP 40 Uttarkhand 3 Bihar 6 Grand Total 100 Gender % Male 71 Female 29 Grand Total 10038
  39. 39. Students Seeking Final Placements MBA 2011-13 Graduation Stream % BE 3 B.Com 21 B.Pharma 3 B.Sc. 18 B.Tech. 3 BA 15 BBA 28 BCA 9 Grand Total 100 Specialisation % Finance & IB 9 Marketing & 26 Finance Marketing & HR 41 Marketing & IB 6 Marketing & 18 Retail 39
  40. 40. Students Seeking Final Placement MBA 2011-13 Summer Training and Project Report S.No Name Specialization Company Project Title 1 Akanksha Marketing & HR Tekelec To study the HR practice & Chaturvedi Performance appraisal 2 Alok Sharma Marketing & Shoppers Stop Market Potential & customer Retail preference with refernce to shoppers stop 3 Amiya Baishya Finance & IB PowerGrid Financial Statement Analysis 4 Anil Kumar Saini Marketing & HR Pantaloons Retails Payback Marketing 5 Arun Ahlawat Finance & IB Future Generalii Consumer preference in Insurance context of life insurance 6 Atul Kumar Marketing & MMTC Ltd Agro products v/s MMTC Retail 7 Deepali Arya Marketing & PowerGrid Project selection & Appraisal Finance 8 Devendra Kumar Marketing & Eicher Motors Eicher tractor service system Retail 9 Dheerendra Singh Marketing Hero Corporate Study admission process Bhadauria Service adopted by select universities / institutes 10 Gurdutt Singh Marketing & UAE Exchange Brand Promotion Finance financial Services 11 Injila Siddique Marketing & HR BSNL Process of planning,developing & implementing HRIS 12 Kaushal Anand Marketing & UAE Exchange Impact of recession on foreign Finance financial Services Exchange 13 Mala Chaudhary Marketing & HR Pantaloons Retails Recruitment & Selection process 14 Mohan Madhukar Marketing & HR Kurlon Customer satisfaction survey of Kurlon 15 Munesh Kumar Marketing Aviva Life Generation of leads for Insurance financial advisor recruitment 16 Nandini Prasad Marketing & Bank Of Baroda Competitive analysis of retail Finance assest & product of BOB 17 Narendra Kumar Marketing & PowerGrid Value chain analysis Pareek Finance 18 Naveen Kumar Marketing & HR PowerGrid Marketing startegy of enterprise service business for powegrid 19 Neha Bajaj Marketing & Bank Of Baroda A comparitive study on system Finance of attending customer complain by branches40
  41. 41. Students Seeking Final Placement MBA 2011-13Summer Training and Project ReportS.No Name Specialization Company Project Title 20 Parveen Kumar Marketing & UAE Exchange Foreign exchange & risk Finance financial Services manaegemt 21 Poonam Kumari Marketing & HR Big Bazaar HR Operations 22 Prachi Srivastava Marketing & HR Edu Excellence BD & CR Management 23 Pranjal Marketing & Procter & Gamble To study the relevance of Retail different marketing startegy & selection technique pted by P&G 24 Preeti Kakkar Marketing & HR MMTC Ltd Recruitment & Selection at MMTC Ltd 25 Rahul Kumar Pundir Finance & IB Pantaloons Retails Payback Customer by Loyalty progra m 26 Ravindra Thapa Marketing & IB ICICI Bank study on market sceneorio & to determine the potentiality of customer at ICICI determine the 27 Rohit Mehra Marketing & Percept Report on the launch of Hello Retail TV at kanpur, also market research on SMS & Voice based VAS 28 Rohit Saxena Marketing & Almondz Global Investment startegy & portfolio Finance management 29 Sagar Malik Marketing & IB OSRAM Effectiveness of PA 30 Sanjay Kumar Marketing & HR PowerGrid Procurement of talent & their retention for power grid 31 Sanyog Moruya Marketing & HR Big Bazaar Buying behaviour of customers 32 Sarabjeet Singh Marketing & Coca Cola Depot Processes Audit Finance 33 Sumit Biswas Marketing & HR Big Bazaar Attrition Analysis 34 Swati Kumari Marketing & HR Sampark Search The study of recruitment cycle & changing trends 35 Tanzeem Ahmad Marketing & Powergrid Powergrid in competitive Ansari Retail enviornment 36 Vimal Kumar Marketing Aviva Life Generation of leads for Insurance financial advisor recruitment 37 Vimlesh Kumar Marketing & HR Smile Group Study of jewellery brand in india 41
  42. 42. MBA 2011 -2013 Curriculum Semester - I Specializations (any two) Semester - IV Marketing Core )) Management & Organisational Behaviour )) Consumer Behaviour )) Entrepreneurship - Case Study )) Financial & Management )) Advertising & Brand )) Crisis Management Accounting Management )) Project Management )) Managerial Economics )) Marketing Research )) Quantitative Techniques for )) Workshop on Retail Marketing Specializations (any two) Managers Finance Marketing )) Introduction to IT )) Business Environment )) Strategic Cost Management )) Sale & Distribution )) Business Communication )) Taxation Management )) PDP - I )) SAPM )) International Marketing )) Business English - I )) Workshop on Finance )) Brand Management )) General Awareness Derivatives & Treasury Finance )) Seminar HR )) Management of Banking & Semester - II )) Performance Management financial Institution )) Strategic HRM )) International Finance )) Marketing Management )) Talent Management Management )) Service Marketing )) Workshop on Leadership )) Project Planning & Control )) Financial Management )) Entreprenuership International Business HR Development )) Import Export Documentation )) Training & Development )) Human Resource Management )) Economics of International )) Compensation Benefits )) Business Legislations Business )) Organisation Development )) Operations Management )) Foreign Exchange )) Research Methods International Business Management )) e-Business )) Workshop on e-commerce & )) International Marketing )) Management Literature Global Business )) International HRM )) PDP - II )) Foreign Trade Policy & )) Business English - II Tourism Promotion )) General Awareness )) Introduction to Hospitality )) Seminar Tourism Industry )) Tourism Marketing Managing Tourism Enterprise Semester - III )) )) Impact of Tourism )) Tourism Planning & Core )) Workshop on Special Interest Development )) Business Policy and Strategic Tourism )) e-Tourism Analysis Retail Retail )) Management Information System )) Introduction to Retail )) Retail Selling & Customer )) Strategic Marketing Management Service )) Strategic Retail )) Supply Chain Management, Management )) Retail Buying & Retail Information & Logistics )) CC & CCC )) Corporate Readiness Merchandizing )) e-Retail42
  43. 43. Students Seeking Final Placements MBA 2011-13Student profiles Finance-IB Amiya Baishya Rahul Singh Pundir amiya.baishya@gmail.com rahul.net86@gmail.com Academic Record: Academic Record: •• Pursuing PGP from Skyline Business School •• Pursuing PGP from Skyline Business School MBA from Maharshi Dayanand University MBA from Maharshi Dayanand University 2011-13 2011-13 •• B. Tech (EEE) from GITA, Bhubaneshwar with •• B. Com from CSJM, Kanpur with 59% 6.9 / 10 GPA Work Experience: Internship: Hyper Quality Ltd., Gurgaon, March 2010- August 2011 Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. (May – July, 2012) •• Client collaboration team handling with •• Verified cost statements prepared by Cost AT T Engineers •• Analyze customer interaction identify •• Analyzed financial statements through business process improvements Comparative Analysis, Trend Analysis •• Provide contact centre quality assurance Ratio Analysis MPS Ltd., Gurgaon, August 2008 – February 2010 •• Services fulfillment solutions for books journal publishers for Elsevier process •• Renewal management reporting Arun Ahlawat arunahlawat2009@gmail.com Internship: Academic Record: Pantaloons India Pvt. Ltd. (May – July, 2012) •• Pursuing PGP from Skyline Business School •• Sponsorship generation for Pantaloon Model MBA from Maharshi Dayanand University Hunt event 2011-13 •• Desk operations on customer service •• B.A. from Maharshi Dayanand University Projects Assignments: with 55% •• Customer survey on “Economic Impact of Internship: Delhi Airport at National International level” for GMR- NCAER (National Council Future Generali (May – July, 2012) for Applied Economic Research) in February, •• Mapped consumer preference in context of 2012 life insurance •• Worked on customer loyalty payback cards Projects Assignments: with Big Bazaar in August 2012 •• Customer survey on “Economic Impact of Delhi Airport at National International level” for GMR-NCAER (National Council for Applied Economic Research) in February, 2012 •• Event management with CII- Institute of Logistics for Auto-SCM 2012 43

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