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  1. 1. Join the league of Business Leaders and experience the learning with the brilliant Professors and some of the great thinkers and performers of Industry and Government Brochure 2 Years Master of Business Administration (MBA - Dual Specialization) Degree from Vidyasagar University (WB) - UGC recognized, NAAC accredited & AICTE approved Post Graduate Program in Management & Leadership (PGPM&L) Salient Features Promoted by SMT Group, a leading management consulting & knowledge group operating since 1999 1st Leadership B-School offering a post graduate program in leadership concurrently with MBA Learning MBA in a corporate environment Leading experts as Faculty led by Dr Basudeb Sen, Founder Director & Chief Mentor of the School Industry integrated curriculum and emphasis on practical application High-end exposure in industry/consultancy through hands-on training Strong network with leading Chambers of Commerce, Corporates, PSUs, Govt. organizations and linkage with Institutions of national / international repute as well as International monetary and development agencies National level network for placement & International tie-ups for global career Participatory governance & strong alumni base Moderate course fee Campus / Office: HB 217, Sector 3, Salt Lake City, Kolkata 700091 (Opp. IIT Kgp Extn Campus) ● Phone: +91 33 23348762 / 32935559 ● Fax: +91 33 23348757 ● E-mail: admin@smtgroup.org ● Website: www.glfsm.com
  2. 2. “Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall” - Stephen R Covey The Forum Global Leadership Forum in India was initiated in 2005 from first Global Leadership Conference held at Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta aiming to create new dimensions of leadership and develop new breed of leadership integrating the ancient thoughts originated in India and modern leadership practices throughout the World. The Forum has now emerged as a popular platform of the stalwarts from corporate world, social and government organizations, as well as academia. GLF organizes Global Leadership Conferences and Development Programs under “Learning For Leadership Series” that seeks to develop professional managers and leaders for all walks of life and intends to set up a “Centre of Excellence in Learning for Leadership” for inclusive leadership development. .It confers Global Leadership Awards to Thought & Practice Leaders for their incredible contribution. The Forum is involved in researches and publications for dissemination of knowledge. In 2009, GLF set off School of Management which acts as a catalyst to the evolution of management education in the 21st century. Over a span of nearly four decades, the focus has gradually evolved from “Administration” to “Management” and now “Leadership” as a Leader is more than Administrator or Manager. Leadership Wisdom is integrated with the management program to create new breed of leaders with global perspective in both thought and practice. The School seeks to offer its management and leadership learning to student groups reflecting a blend of various socio-economic background and traits. Emblem The cyclonic symbol and the triangle in the emblem signify thought leadership with a creative and sensitive mind and practice leadership stretching its arms beyond the frame of convention, represented by the rectangle. Three colors within the rectangular frame signifies sky, soil and sea – in all spheres, known or unknown … familiar or unfamiliar … comfortable or uncomfortable, a leader’s work should go on. Management Dr Basudeb Sen, Founder Director & Chief Mentor, GLF School of Management A Professional Manager and Economist executive in Commercial Banking, Coal Mining, Development Banking, Investment Management and Investment Banking Companies during 1970-2002. Dr Sen is an alum of University of Calcutta (MA Economics), Indian Statistical Institute (PhD) and Harvard Business School (ISMP). He worked for 11 years in Kolkata (United Bank of India and Coal India), next 18 years in Mumbai (Industrial Development Bank of India and Unit Trust of India), and finally 2 years in Kolkata as Chairman and Managing Director of Industrial Investment Bank of India. He is currently associated as Independent Non-executive Director in companies like ITC Ltd, Mahanagar Gas Ltd, South Asian Petrochem, Gujarat NRE Coke, SREI Venture Capital, Sumedha Fiscal and Ispat Industries. He has a number of publications to his credit on management and contemporary topics. Prof Avijit Banerjee, Managing Trustee A Cost Accountant (AICWA) and MBA with more than 17 years of experience in management profession, teaching and consultancy. His possesses multidisciplinary knowledge in the field of management although his areas of interest broadly cover accounting and control as well as business strategy. He handled more than 50 high-end professional assignments in large organizations, both private and public. He has been the panel expert to Competition Success Review (CSR) B-School rating in 2006, 2007 and 2008. He has acted as Program Coordinator of Symbiosis for Corporate PGDBA program in Kolkata (2004-06) and Wockhardt Ltd for in-house PGDSM program affiliated by London College of Management, UK (2003-05). He organized a number of National/ International symposia since 2000. He has a number of research publications to his credit, most prominent of which is the study he conducted on “Target Costing” published from Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India in 2000, considered as first comprehensive work on the subject. He is the founder Editor of the research journal, “The Resource Economist” published by SMT Group. 2
  3. 3. “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things” - Peter F. Drucker (American Educator and Writer, b.1909) Governing Board & Academic Council Governing Board The members of the Governing Board guide the GLF School of Management on strategic planning of the School, its faculty development, facilities development, introduction of new business oriented / sector oriented programs including executive development and management development programs. The members of the Governing Board are the Distinguished Professors of the School and deliver special lectures to the students and faculty of the School. · Dr Basudeb Sen, Founder Director & Chief Mentor, School of Management · Avijit Banerjee, Managing Trustee (SMT-CAL) & Group CEO, SMT · P K Choudhury, Vice Chairman & Group CEO, ICRA · Dhruba Purkayastha, Sr. Specialist, South Asia Finance & Private Sector Development, The World Bank · Asit Baran Saha, President – Pegasus Technical Services, USA · Sanjeev Singh, Executive Vice President & Head HR – Infomedia 18 Ltd. (Network 18 Group Company) · Souvik Chakrabarty, Former Editor – Economic Times Academic Council The members of the Academic Council of the GLF School of Management give advice on syllabus, pedagogy, student development and assessment as also faculty development. The members of the Academic Council are the Distinguished Professors of the School and deliver special lectures to the students and faculty of the School. · Dr Basudeb Sen, Founder Director & Chief Mentor, School of Management · Avijit Banerjee, Managing Trustee (SMT-CAL) & Group CEO, SMT · Dr Atanu Ghosh, Professor, Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, IIT Mumbai, & Visiting Professor, IIM Ahmedabad (Business Policy Group) · Dr R K Mishra, Director, Institute of Public Enterprises, Hyderabad · Dr R P Banerjee, Director, Eastern Institute of Integrated Learning in Management, Kolkata · Dr Subhash Sharma, Dean – Indian Business Academy (Bangalore & Greater Noida) · Bidyut K Basu, Senior Dy Secretary – Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Faculty The faculty members are the main strength of GLFSM. The core faculty are drawn from diverse fields of study and practice areas with brilliant track records and are excellent in mentoring the students of different merit groups. The faculty strength is collaborative to the teaching model at GLFSM that gives equal emphasis on the three important aspects of management education, viz. 1. Theory, 2. Tools & Technique, and 3. Application / Practices. The Faculty members of GLFSM intend to break the myth that management education is only for the crème de la crème students and prepares the students of average merit to prove themselves in the management profession. Instead of the curriculum-based and exam-oriented learning, the faculty encourage the students to augment thinking ability and connect the theory, tools and techniques with the practices that enable the students to establish their leadership in post-MBA career. Distinguished Faculty GLFSM is amongst a very few institutions in India that has a rich resource pool of stalwart Practice & Thought Leaders from all walks of life who share their thought inventions, experiments and practices with our students through special lecture sessions or workshops. More than 50 eminent speakers from top management of large Corporates and leading B-Schools delivered lectures at different symposiums organized by the Group since 2000: 3
  4. 4. “Divorced from ethics, leadership is reduced to management and politics to mere technique” - James MacGregor Burns Thought and Practice Leaders at GLF Thought Leaders Stock & Commodity Exchanges Academia ¨ Mr. Rajnikant Patel, CEO – Bombay Stock Exchange ¨ Dr. Bengt Gustavsson, Stockholm University ¨ Mr. M.S. Annigeri, CEO- NCDEX (National Commodity ¨ Dr. Atanu Ghosh, IIM Ahmedabad, Business Policy Group Derivative Exchange) ¨ Prof. C. Panduranga Bhatta, IIMC ¨ Mr. S. Srinivasan, VP of National Stock Exchange ¨ Dr. R.K. Mishra, Director, Institute of Public Enterprise, ¨ Dr. Chiragra Chakrabarty, VP – Multi Commodity Exchange Hyderabad ¨ Dr. Subhas Sharma, Dean – IBA, Former Director – Indian Foreign Multinationals Institute of Plantation Management, Bangalore ¨ Mr. Brooks Entwistle, MD & CEO, Goldman Sachs ¨ Prof. Sunita Singh Sengupta, IIMC & FMS Delhi ¨ Dr. Bhabatosh Banerjee, Dean – Calcutta University Indian Private Corporations ¨ Dr Jahar Saha, Ex Director, IIM Ahmedabad ¨ Mr. S. B. Ganguly, Emeritus Chairman, Exide Industries Ltd ¨ Dr R P Banerjee, Director, EIILM ¨ Mr. Russi Mody, Former Chairman & MD, TISCO ¨ Dr. Basudeb Sen, Ex-CMD of IIBI ¨ Mr. Amit Kr. Sen, Managing Director - East India Pharma ¨ Dr. Prahlad K. Basu, Professor – Cambridge University, Ex- ¨ Mr. Harsh K. Jha, MD, Tata Metaliks Chairman – BRPSE, Former Chairman – Board of IIMC ¨ Dr. N R Banerjea, Vice Chancellor, Bengal Engineering & Professional Services Science University ¨ Mr. P. K. Choudhury, Vice Chairman & Group CEO – ICRA ¨ Mr. Pratap Bose, CEO - Ogilvy & Mather Practice Leaders ¨ Mr. R. K. Agarwal, Director – Ernst & Young Government, Public Administration & Politics ¨ Mr. R. Ravimohan, MD & CEO of CRISIL ¨ Mr. Arun Sourie, Former Union Minister & Member of Parliament PSUs ¨ Mr. Naren Dey, Minister – Agriculture, Govt of WB ¨ Mr. Sathak Behuria, Chairman – IndianOil ¨ Dr. Nitish Sengupta, IAS (Retd.), Chairman BRPSE with ¨ Mr. P. S. Bhattacharyya, Chairman, Coal India status of Union Minister of State ¨ Mr. Sudipto Ghosh, Chairman – Ordnance Factory Board ¨ Mr. Sanjeev Chopra, IAS, Secretary, Agriculture, GoWB ¨ Mr. Syed Shahabuddin – CEO of SBI Mutual Funds ¨ Mr. Bikash Bhattacharya, Mayor, Kolkata Corporation ¨ Mr. A. K. Jain, Chairman, Bharat Yantra Nigam Ltd. ¨ Mr. Malay Sengupta, Chairman Cum MD – MSTC The World Bank ¨ Mr. S. C. Gupta, Chairman & MD - Hindustan Copper Ltd. ¨ Mr. Dhruba Purkayastha, Senior Specialist, Finance & ¨ Mr. B. M. Mittal, Executive Director, UCO Bank Private Sector Development, South Asia ¨ Rear Admiral T. S. Ganeshan, CMD - GRSE Ltd ¨ Dr. B. M. Misra, Director (Econ. Analysis & Policy) – RBI 4
  5. 5. "Leadership is the wise use of power. Power is the capacity to translate intention into reality and sustain it."– Warren Bennis Corporate Network & Placement Partners The Group during the last one decade has forged collaborative linkages with internationally reputed institutions and corporates from cross-sections of the industry and segments. Having such a wealth of organizations in our network has enabled us to undertake high-end consultancy, conducting value-adding research and offering lucrative placement. Most of these network partners are leading employers in India. These organizations provide direct input into our programs by sponsoring employees on executive programs, providing business projects for many of our students, as well as recruiting them post-MBA. Agri & Argo-based Product Defense Information Technology ¨ Jute Corporation of India ¨ GRSE ¨ Cognizant (CTS) ¨ WB State Marketing Board ¨ Ordnance Factory Board ¨ Descon ¨ Directorate of Agri Marketing, ¨ IBM Govt of WB Education ¨ Webstar Infotech ¨ WB State Seed Corporation ¨ Bengal Engineering & Science ¨ WIPRO University Banking & Financial Services ¨ EIILM Infrastructure ¨ Bank of Baroda ¨ ICFAI Business School ¨ Webel Technologies Limited ¨ IDBI ¨ IISWBM ¨ IDBI Bank ¨ Indian School of Mines University Media / Information ¨ Peerless ¨ Institute of Business ¨ ABP ¨ State Bank of India Management (Jadavpur ¨ ATN International ¨ SBI Capital Market University) ¨ Television Eighteen ¨ UBI ¨ Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Mining / Metallurgy / Quarry / Scrap ¨ UCO Bank ¨ Symbiosis (SCMHRD) ¨ Coal India Building Materials / Construction ¨ Vinod Gupta School of Mgt (IIT ¨ Hindustan Copper ¨ Lafarge Kharagpur) ¨ INDAL ¨ Sika Qualcrete ¨ MSTC Energy Chamber of Commerce ¨ IBP Professional Service ¨ Bengal National Chamber of ¨ Indian Oil ¨ M. N. Dastur & Co. Ltd Commerce & Industry ¨ ONGC ¨ Mecon ¨ Indian Chamber of Commerce FMCG & White Goods Pharma / Healthcare Products Chemical & Petrochemical ¨ Balrampur Chini Mills ¨ Dabur ¨ Balmer Lawrie ¨ Britannia Industries ¨ East India Pharma ¨ Biecco Lawrie ¨ Khadim ¨ Wockhardt ¨ BOC ¨ Philips Retail Chain ¨ Calcutta Chemicals ¨ Videocon ¨ P. C. Chandra Group ¨ Haldia Petrochemicals ¨ Inox Air Products Heavy Engineering & Projects Telecommunication ¨ Wacker Metroack Chemicals ¨ Alstom ¨ VSNL ¨ Andrew Yule Charitable Organization / NGO ¨ BBUNL Transport ¨ Care International ¨ BHEL ¨ Eastern Railway ¨ Bridge & Roof ¨ Calcutta Tramways Conglomerate/ Industrial Products ¨ Britannia Engineering ¨ Exide ¨ Burn Standard Co. Ltd ¨ Nicco Corporation ¨ Mitsui Babcock ¨ Patton ¨ Phoenix Yule ¨ RPG Enterprises ¨ Stone India 5
  6. 6. “Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes.” - Peter F. Drucker (American Educator and Writer, b.1909) Program The School offers 2 Years Post Graduate Program in Management & Leadership (PGPM&L) and Master of Business Administration (MBA). The PGPM&L is the autonomous program and certificate is awarded by the School. The MBA Degree is conferred by the Vidyasagar University, a State University in West Bengal constituted under the Vidyasagar University Act, 1981 (West Bengal Act XVIII of 1981). The UGC accorded recognition to the University in terms of Section 12B of the UGC Act, on 1st March 1990. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) awarded Vidyasagar University with a 3-Star status. The MBA program of the University is approved by the AICTE (vide File No. WB-0031/ET-CO/99 dated 30-06-2009). Admission & Eligibility Admission is held twice a year for January and July sessions. Deserving candidates should possess Graduation in any discipline preferably with 55% in aggregate. Selection will be based on the academic records, work-experience, valid score in any national or state level entrance test and performance in Group Discussion and/or Personal Interview. The above criteria are relaxed for those who have work experience in any company at managerial level or family business. Structure 1st Year – Semester I (1000 Marks) 1st Year – Semester II (1000 Marks) 1. Management Theory: Principles & Processes 1. Organisational Behaviour & Change Management 2. Managerial Economics 2. Financial Management 3. Quantitative Methods 3. Marketing Management 4. Accounting for Managers 4. Human Resource Management 5. Business Legislation 5. Production and Operations Management 6. Business Communication-I & Environmental Studies 6. Business Policy & Strategic Management 7. Management Accountancy & Strategic Cost Management 7. Business Communication – II 8. Research Methodology 8. Planning, Appraisal & Measurement of Projects 9. Theories of Leadership: Principles & Practices of Effective 9. Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility Leadership 10. Project (Company Analysis) 10. Project 2nd Year – Semester III (800 Marks) 2nd Year – Semester IV (800 Marks) 1. Computer Application in Business 1. Elective –I Paper (Specialization) 2. (a) Corporate Governance (b) Rural Management 2. Elective –I Paper (Specialization) 3. Elective -I Paper (Specialization) 3. Elective –I Paper (Specialization) 4. Elective -I Paper (Specialization) 4. Elective –II Paper (Specialization) 5. Elective -II Paper (Specialization) 5. Elective –II Paper (Specialization) 6. Elective -II Paper (Specialization) 6. Elective –II Paper (Specialization) 7. Elective Paper III 7. Dissertation 8. Project 8. Grand Viva Subject Groups for Dual Specialization* 1. Financial Management 4. Supply Chain & Retail Management 2. Marketing Management 5. Operations & System Management 3. Human Resource Management 6. International Business * Subject to the discretion of management and academic authority. ± Papers for MBA Program Semester-I to III: Sl.1-6 (600 marks each) and Semester-IV:Sl.1-8 (800 marks) ° Activities in each semester: 1. Case Study, Solving and Presentation 2. Seminar: Learning For Leadership Series, 3. Communication skill & Personality Development Program, 4. IT Lab: Application of software 6
  7. 7. “A leader knows what's best to do; a manager knows merely how best to do it.” - Ken Adelman, American Journalist Learning Process The learning process at GLFSM does not force the students to mug the curriculum and exam oriented learning, but facilitates to mentor, guide and make them think on the subject. Local students of humble origin are exceptionally gifted. GLFSM kindles thinking abilities and inspire students to blossom by giving them fullest opportunities in all spheres of Management Education and placement. It organizes seminars, workshop, brainstorming session in time to time to keep the students abreast about the recent developments. The program involves a rigorous learning process which can be compared only with a commando training. Lecture sessions are held on five days a week and the weekend is sometimes allotted to tutorials, field study / project work, inhouse workshops, personality development exercises, mock interviews and other value-added events. The curriculum on Leadership supplemented with simulation exercises and project work enables the students to leapfrog in the race for social and economic development by developing leadership and establishing a knowledge-oriented paradigm of development. Career Building GLFSM provides a very specialized support to the students to shape their career from core of its belief that ‘the career should be built by choice, not by chance’. GLFSM encourages students to select the field of work from their passion. Extensive training in simulating environment at GLFSM helps them to remaining on the cutting edge by tackling weaknesses and grabbing the opportunity even when the changing global business environment possesses threat. GLFSM explores new dimensions of the students’ career globally and in diverse field of the profession. Business Innovation & Incubation Centre at GLFSM provides technical, professional and infrastructural support to the students who dreamt of making their own emperor, based on their knowledge and entrepreneurship spirit. Semester Fees Figures in INR Program: MBA PGPM&L MBA+ MBA MBA Fees Details: (Regular) (Regular) PGPM&L (R) (Executive) (Distance) Registration & Re-registration 15000 10000 25000 15000 15000 Training & Development 30000 30000 50000 15000 5000 Course Fees per Semester 45000 40000 75000 30000 20000 Examination Fees 1500 1500 2500 1500 1500 Library Fees 1000 1000 1000 1000 - Communication Training (optional) 5000 5000 5000 - - Software Training (optional) 7500 7500 7500 - - Terms & Conditions: ¨ 10% Discount on last three Semester Payments is allowed if the entire payment is made during Semester 1. ¨ Above fees do not cover the following costs: § Laptop & Licensed Software, § Business attire, § Educational tour (India and abroad), § Canteen and hostel expenses, § Books and Stationeries ¨ Caution Money Deposit (refundable)of Rs.10000 is payable in Semester-1 (Regular Students). ¨ Alumni Life Membership Fee of Rs.10000 is payable after successfully completion of the program. ¨ Student is liable to pay for any damage / lost of asset caused by him / her on replacement cost basis. ¨ Course Fees may be paid in Cash / Cheque / Demand Draft or through Credit Cards. Cheque / DD should be drawn in favour of “Global Leadership Forum” payable in Kolkata. ¨ Payments once given are not refunded for any reason. ¨ Late fine will be levied @ 3% on dues for every month of delay or part. ¨ Management reserves right to take suitable action in case of late payment, poor attendance or any misconduct. 7
  8. 8. “Knowledge can only be got in one way, the way of experience; there is no other way to know.” – Swami Vivekananda, Great Indian Philosopher (1863-1902) Participatory Governance Participatory governance at GLFSM strives for what is best for the students, institution, and its mission. Students are involved in key areas such as perpetual monitoring of academic excellence, placement, industry interaction, publicity/brand-building, entrepreneurship development and students’ welfare and other activities – cultural, sports etc through different committees which are guided by faculty coordinators. Quality Control The quality standards and criteria of GLFSM are drawn from that of AMBA in UK, EQUIS in EU and AACSB in the US. The parameters are adapted on the Indian context, business environment and economic needs. The participatory governance and monitoring mechanism are effective instruments to control the quality of the School. Benchmarking with the “Best B-Schools” in India is a constant effort of GLFSM for perpetual improvement. Alumni Network Alumni network forms an integral part of the GLF’s leadership network which offers a wealth of knowledge, business experience and networking opportunities. Alumni play active and influential role in policy and growth of the School. Student Charter GLFSM is committed to continually improve the quality of its services and the Student Charter is one way of outlining the commitments to students. This Charter announces the quality of services that the students are entitled to and is balanced with the responsibilities placed on the students. What GLFSM commits to provide to students: 1. Learning Process: GLFSM will provide academic and practical exposure to the highest extent through adequate hours of lecture sessions, tutorial classes, continuing project work and effective corporate interface, training for professional and leadership development as well as communication and personality development program. 2. Learning Environment & Infrastructure: GLFSM will provide quality learning environment and academic infrastructure which is conducive to the academic excellence. The Faculty members will be committed to attain the o objectives of GLFSM and responsible for 360 development of students. 3. Placement & Professional Career building: GLFSM will provide institutional support to students for the final placement commensurate with merit and will plan separately for the entrepreneurs. 4. Student Service: GLFSM will provide support service to monitor admissions, progression and completion data and will encourage the students in extra-curricular activities, physical fitness and good health. 5. Participatory Governance & Feedback: GLFSM will involve the students in monitoring of academic excellence, placement, industry interaction, brand-building, entrepreneurship development and students’ welfare and activities and will provide a system of obtaining feedback on their satisfaction on program, its delivery and overall facilities and services with a view to continually enhancing the quality. 6. Alumni Network: GLFSM will integrate its student alumni with the alumni network of SMT Group for convergence and synergy. What GLFSM expects from students: 1. Institutional Discipline: Students of GLFSM will maintain the discipline within the campus, during external examinations, industrial visits and internships. 2. Feedback: Students of GLFSM will provide feedback regularly to the management through proper channel. 3. Payment of Fees: Students of GLFSM will arrange for the payments on schedule and cooperate with the management to provide the services uninterrupted. 4. Protecting the property of the institution: Students will not cause any damage to the assets of GLFSM. 5. Institutional Brand-Building: Students by their efforts will help GLFSM to establish brand amongst best B-Schools. * Clauses of Student Charter are not applicable to the Executive / Distance students. 8