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  1. 1. BADRUKA COLLEGE POST GRADUATE CENTRE Department of Business Management Placing right people in the right places... MBA PLACEMENT BROCHURE 2006-08
  2. 2. T he Department of Business Management The Department holds the credit of being the first private institution to start a two-year MBA programme of Business with affiliation to Osmania University, approved by AICTE, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Management Government of India. Driven by the mission of moulding managers as globally competitive, adaptive individuals imbibing a principle-centred life, the Institute has been successful in establishing a credible position as one of the leaders in providing management education. Strictly adhering to the values of incandescence, innovation and discipline, the Institute has been able to develop a learning and interactive atmosphere where creative thoughts flourish. Ever since BUSINESS TODAY began its ranking of B-schools in the country (based on AC NIELSEN ORG- MARG survey), Badruka College Post Graduate Centre has consistently figured in the top 50 B-schools of India. All this has been possible because of the efforts of the Management, Director and the faculty in churning out quality students, for the last 18 years. The Centre has been able to maintain good relations with reputed institutions and organizations to draw from their expertise and experience. The Centre has an excellent interface with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), AP Chapter, and the All India Management Management Association (AIMA). It also has collaboration with professional organizations like the Hyderabad Management Association (HMA) and Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Badruka College PG Centre has been ranked 26th in the top 50 B-schools of India in all these issues of Business Today.
  3. 3. Badruka Educational Society Badruka College Post Graduate Centre Sri Hari Prasad G Badruka T he Seth Ghasiram Gopikishan Badruka have passed through the portals of the Badruka Institutions Educational Society was set up in 1950 by Sri Raja and have gone on to make their alma mater proud in fields Bankatlal Badruka in memory of his grandfather, such as Accountancy, Management, IT, Public life, Business, with the mission to foster an intellectual and environment Academics and Fine Arts. in which the spirit and skill of the creative individual will The Badruka College Post Graduate Centre, set up in thrive, research will flourish, and the educational and business 1984, began with a PG Diploma in Taxation and Industrial needs of the community will be served. Relations and Personal Management. Later in 1987, the MBA The Governing Council of the Society has, over the years, programme with affiliation to Osmania University and comprised eminent personalities who have guided the approved by All India Council for Technical Education institutions in the right direction. The strategic policies (AICTE) was started for the first time in private colleges. evolved by the council have been implemented by successive Besides MBA, the Centre also runs M.Com., PG Diploma Honorary Secretaries of high calibre such as Sri Balwant in Taxation and PG Diploma in International Business, all Singh and Sri Srinivas Badruka. Past Chairpersons include affiliated to Osmania University. The Centre constantly Raja Pannalal Pitti, Raja Bankatlal Badruka, Sri JV Narsing strives for academic excellence, coupled with emotional Rao, Justice VK Vaidya, Sri LN Gupta, Sri Badrivishal Pitti maturity and all-round personal development of the students, and Sri Burugula Ramakrishna Rao, former CM of the with a view to mould managers of the future who: erstwhile Hyderabad State. • Are globally competitive. Sri Hari Prasad Badruka, the present Honorary Secretary, is • Can take challenges head-on. a dedicated educationist, visionary and philanthropist with • Adapt to the environment. a commitment to excellence. Over the last 35 years, he has • Imbibe a principle-centered life in a learning and interactive played a major role in the development of the various atmosphere where creative thoughts flourish. institutions through total dedication and involvement in their administration. Under his able stewardship, all the institutions under the Society’s banner have carved a distinct niche for themselves in their respective fields. Over 60,000 students Society
  4. 4. Director’s Message The current era can be described as amalgamation in several spheres. While the economy is globalizing business is becoming border less. These together throw up the opportunities and challenges simultaneously. The situation being such that the opportunities make the strong stronger and challenges make the weak weaker. Hence all management programmes aim at strengthening the knowledge and skill levels of students to enable them to meet the vastly exploded challenges. Accordingly Badruka strikes to provide strong conceptual foundation using the best of pedagogy like case studies, sectoral studies, team events, presentation, etc. Apart from technical sophistication we care for inviting quantities of commitment, dedication and healthy work ethics. These help in carrying out leaders to face tomorrow's business challenges. For familiarizing students with the contemporary management practices and corporate culture they are made to participate in seminars, conventions, conclaves and industrial visits. The mentor, our faculty, is highly qualified, motivated and rich in experience. Their involvement in overall professional advancement of students is comprehensive and total. The culmination of all these have succeeded in maintaining Badruka's consistently high rating amongst B - Schools and attracting a good number of high value recruiters every year. We hope Badruka better its recruitment record this year too. Prof Pannalal Director Message
  5. 5. Placement and Grooming Division A word from Head, Institutional Development. We aim to equip our students with the necessary skills so that every Badrukan is an Inner Winner as well as an Outer Winner. As a logical extension to it, our Placement Cell has in-house professional trainers to groom our students and have also added support facilities for the same. Employers today, select job candidates based upon a matching of the employer's needs and the student's qualifications. It is important for students to have an accurate perception of what selection attributes are given the highest and lowest priority by employers. Communication skill,Crafting/Writing Resume, Positive Attitude, Motivation, Strategic Planning Preparing For Interview, are all important for both, quot;Interpersonal and Workplace Success.quot; To ensure this, The Placement and Grooming Cell of the college is very effectively engaged in developing the skills of students.We are providing a set of computers to the students, to browse the internet for apt information, like knowing about company's, and their competitors.Students can also use this facility to practice for Aptitude as well asPsychometric Test and for improvising on their presentation skills. Our Placement library is equipped with books and CD's, relevant to Grooming,Spoken English and tackling Interview Questions. Model Question Bank is also available. Boardroom facility is provided for Communication SkillsSessions, Mock interviews, and Group Discussion (G.D) Sessions, Resume writing etc. Students are also appraised on continuous basis through seminars and workshops. Activity based training is imparted for Personality Development. Blood Donation Camps, service at orphanage is a part of understanding various aspects of life. Students also regularly conduct and participate in management festivals, conferences and seminars.Industrial Visits and guest lectures by eminent personalities are a regular feature. We strive to see every Badrukan's Intelligent Quotient, Emotional Quotientand Spiritual Quotient is equally developed to be successful and satisfied in life. Poonam R Saraf … a word from the Placement and Grooming division. Welcome to the gallery of portraits of some of the best potential managers available. Over the years 'Badruka' has been the first choice of the recruiters across the country. Over two decades Badruka College P G center, is rated consistently among top 50 B-Schools (rated 21st in 2003) has the best of inputs from academicians, professional soft skill trainers like TIME Institute, in-house grooming division and from practicing managers. Our aim is not only to create smart analytical Left- brained MBA's but also those with Soft-skills, inclines towards the Right-brain and who readily work across global cultures. We proudly say that the earlier recruiters were quite satisfied with the quality of manpower picked from our institute, as was reflected in their feedback and also the fact they have visited the campus again. We promise to provide you quality students to suit your requirements aptly. We look forward to your continued support, and invite you to visit our campus and see for yourself the great potential that is waiting to be tapped in each of our bright students. Mr.P.R.Venkat Sai Placement Officer Star Placements of 2005-07 Batch Suman .c Icici Bank Mohini Thorat Icici Bank Kishore Mohan Icici Bank I. Manjunath Icici Bank L. Deepak Icici Bank Vishalendria Chary Icici Bank
  6. 6. The MBA Program T he MBA program of Badruka is affiliated to Osmania complementary skills to substantiate the knowledge of the ‘major’ University and is approved by AICTE. The admission of specialsation. students is based on a State-wide entrance test called I-CET, Specializing in two functional areas helps the future managers in which tests the students in their English, quantitative and analytical understanding the intricacies of different functional areas and their abilities. The cream of I-CET seek admission into Badruka, holding inter-dependence. It also enables them to acquire the versatility it on top of their priority list. required in the corporate world. The rigorous two-year program is divided into four semesters. The Apart from acquainting the students with the regular course course curriculum is prescribed by Osmania University and is designed curriculum the MBA program also lays special emphasis on polishing to make the students capable of gaining a holistic perspective of the soft skills of the students. The programs are designed to: Management. The course covers 26 subjects which include four specific papers in core specialisation areas. The completion of the • Develop the students’ leadership skills and build their personality course stipulates a Project work of two months duration in the through workshops and sessions on personality development. industry, followed by a viva voce. • Bridge the industry-institution divide through industrial tours. The first and second semesters give a general insight into the different • Facilitate the students with proper insights, so that they understand functional areas of Management. The third and fourth semesters the dynamics of the corporate business environment, by giving focus on building a strong competence in their area of specialisation. them a number of practical assignments. With the objective of developing multi-skilling among future managers, the prescribed syllabus offers the students the option to • Provide the students with proper practical exposure and counselling specialise in two broad fields: the ‘major’ specialisation offers core to help them build a proper career. expertise on the subject, while the ‘minor’ specialisation offers ALMANAC: 2006-07 III Semester IV Semester Commencement of classes 30-07-2007 12-12-2007 Last Date of Instruction 09-11-2007 23-03-2008 Commencement of Exams 19-11-2007 31-03-2008
  7. 7. MBA Curriculum Specializations SEMESTER I MARKETING • Organization Theory and Behaviour • Product Management • Managerial Economics • Promotion and Distribution Management • Financial Accounting and Analysis • Consumer Behaviour • Principles of Marketing • Services Marketing • Statistics for Management • Introduction to Information Technology FINANCE • Business Law and Ethics • Strategic Financial Decisions • Financial System and Services SEMESTER II • International Finance • Human Resource Management • Security Analysis and Portfolio Management • Economic Environment and Policy • Financial Management HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT • Marketing Research • Organizational Development and Team Building • Quantitative Techniques for Decision Making • Leadership and Change Management • Management Information Systems • Performance Appraisal and Counselling • Business Communication • Industrial Relations and Labour Laws SEMESTER III INFORMATION SYSTEMS • Management Accounting and Control • Relational Database Management Systems • Production and Operations Management • Electronic Commerce • Technology Management and Entrepreneurship SEMESTER IV • Strategic Management • International Business • Supply Chain Management
  8. 8. Our Mentors Prof Pannalal Dr NC Rajyalakshmi BE, MBA, Ph.D. MBA, Ph.D. Professor (former Registrar, OU) Associate Professor Area of Specialisation: Area of Specialisation: Finance Quantitatives Mrs AG Jayashree Dr A Patrick MBA, MFT, Dip T&D M.Com, MBA, Ph.D Asst. Professor Associate Professor Area of Specialisation: HRM and Area of Specialisation: Communication Marketing and Quantitatives Mrs M Rajeswari Ms K Shilpa Reddy MBA, PGDOM, PGDHRM MBA Asst. Professor Asst. Professor Area of Specialisation: Economics, Area of Specialisation: Marketing International Business Strategic Management Ms Sri Krishna Priya N MBA Asst. Professor Area of Specialisation: Finance & Systems Mentors
  9. 9. The Class of 2008 Course title : Master of Business Administration Affiliation and recognition : Osmania University and AICTE. Specialisations : Marketing, Finance, HR and Systems. Duration of course : 2 years (4 semesters) Course completion : April 2007. Admission procedure : 80% through State-level Integrated Common Entrance Test (I-CET). 20% under Management Quota through a merit-based selection process comprising Written Test, Group Discussion and Personal Interview, conducted by the College. Class size : 60 Student : Faculty ratio : 7.5 : 1 Male : Female ratio : 1.3 :1 Average annual salary : Highest Rs 3.71 Lakhs, Average Rs 2.40 Lakhs. Star Alumni : Chandrasekhar (1989) VP - Corporate Relations, Apollo Hospitals Mallela Gopinath (1999) Project Leader - ERP, Satyam Computers, UK Nikhil Shah (1999) Manager - Finance, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Muthu Krishna (2002) Manager - Finance, ITC Limited L Deepa (2002) Recruitment Manager, Infosys Technologies Pavan Aditya (2003) Regional Sales Manager, Indian Oil Corporation Bhanu Kishore (2003) Business Development Manager, Value Labs Chandrasekhar (2005) Analyst, Wipro BPO Mrs AG Jayashree Venkatesh, Regional Training Manager, Reliance Goa Insurance Mr B Srinivas, Senior Consultant, APITCO Ltd. Mr S Vishawanath, Branch Manager, HDFC Mr G Srinivas, Group Corporate Head, HR, GMR Mr Anirudh Apsingkikar, CMD, Proton Consultancy Services.
  10. 10. Towards All-Round Development Orientation Programme A successful start leads to a successful end. The fresh batch of 2006-08 was started through a comprehensive Induction Program held for them from 5th & 6th September, 2006. The Orientation Program was addressed by the following eminent speakers from industry and academia: • Mr GVVSDS Prasad (Gandhian Philosophist) • Mr Ravi Kumar (Art of Living) • Mr Vijayaraghavan (GM, Bartronics India Limited) The speakers addressed issues like ethics in business, Gandhian Principles and impact on business and stress management etc. for MBA students. The first two days had a series of lectures by the speakers from the industry. The third day gave an overview of the MBA course and concluded with an ‘ice-breaker’ session. Student Presentations Every year as a part of our co-curricular activities, Business house and Sectoral presentations are organised for the students of MBA. Students are divided into groups and each group is given a task of analyzing and studying various business sectors and make presentations. This gives an opportunity for students to study and analyze various strategies adapted by big players. In addition this activity also develops the spirit of teamwork and leadership among the students. Based on the presentations made the panel of judges comprising of internal and external faculty analyze and assess the performances and provide the students with feedback specifying the strengths and weaknesses of the presentations and hence providing scope for improvement.
  11. 11. Student Initiatives Our students show keen interest and involve themselves with loads of commitment in academic, cultural and community development activities. SIDUR: On the occasion of children day the social work committee of this batch organised a meet to an orphanage center called Sidur. The entire day was spent with the children playing cricket, and other games. Entertainment programs such as anthakshri, dumb charades, dance and singing etc were arranged by the students for the entertainment of the children. There were around 100 children who were presented shawls, books, pens, mugs and cupboards. This act truly showcases the commitment our students have towards the society. Splash 2007 quot;The Annual Management and Cultural festival of the Department of Business Management Badruka College Post Graduate Centre was conducted on 21st and 22nd of March 2007. Sri. Sutirtha Bhattacharya, IAS, Commissioner of Industries was the Chief Guest for the inaugural function and Prof S.N. Sharma was the Guest of Honor. Sri. C. Srinivasan, Group Head, GMR Group was the Chief Guest for the valedictory function and Ms. Samhita Rao, Vice President HR, Global Operations HSBC was the Guest of Honour. Various events under Formal and Informal categories were conducted on both days and experts in the field were invited both from the corporate would and academia to judge the events. The ever-popular events attracted students form more than 50 colleges in around the twin cities. Good patronage was received as sponsorship from the companies like Club Mahindra, Hero Honda, The Central Court, Cartronics etc.
  12. 12. Infrastructure CLASSROOMS The College has big, well-ventilated classrooms that can comfortably accommodate 60 students each. Each classroom is decked with advanced pedagogy tools such as Overhead Projectors, etc. The classrooms are spacious enough to conduct various activities such as business games, simulation, etc. LIBRARY Spread over an area of 2000 sft, the BCPGC library has a wide collection of rich and rare Management books. The Library has nearly 5300 books and regularly subscribes to over 43 magazines / journals, both national and international. The students and faculty also have access to the rich collection of books in the British Library, through our ‘institutional’ membership with them. COMPUTER LAB The computer lab is well equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure to meet the requirements of the students. It has a LAN bridged with 65 terminals and legal software that assists them in their course. The students are also enabled to have unlimited access to global information. A high-speed leased line is available with 24-hour Internet connectivity. AUDIO-VISUAL ROOM The Audio-Visual Room has teaching aids like LCDs, slide projectors, film projectors, VCR, VCD players, etc. These facilities are regularly used to make the classroom sessions more interesting and informative. A good collection of cassettes and CDs covering diverse topics is available for the benefit of students and faculty. These facilities provide a great ambience for organising: • Executive Development Programs (EDPs). • Management Development Programs (MDPs). • Faculty Development Programs (FDPs).
  13. 13. INDUSTRIAL TOURS The students of MBA are exposed to the practicalities of business and Management through various Co-Curricular activities like the Industrial Tours as it gives the chance to relate theory with practicals. This year the students visited a manufacturing Units in Hyderabad. Prominent among them were United Breweries Plant at Nacharam and Jersey at Uppal. In united breweries they had an opportunity to have a hands on experience of understanding the process of brewing, warting, and bottling where the production manager and the marketing manager explained some of their strategies. And in Jersey Plant the students had a chance to view the pasteurizing plant, skimming center, chilling center, and the process through which the by products are prepared. The entire process of pasturing milk to packing was clearly explained. TRIP TO BYRAJU FOUNDATION: Byraju foundation is a wing of Satyam group, which is into rural-community development, where our students had an opportunity to meet eminent professors and scientists who addressed the students and explained them about their mission and goals in serving the rural areas. They also enlightened the students by giving them an opportunity to conduct research on various environmental and societal aspects; the information thus collected would be used for betterment of the rural society.
  14. 14. The Placement Process The campus recruitment program for the MBA students commences in October 2006 with the release Students’ Profiles of the Placement Brochure. The batch of 2005-07 The Institute maintains the details of the students consists of 60 students. Coming from various in three forms. A simple format (in hard copy), giving backgrounds, they are geared up to face the recruitment the brief profiles of the students and an overview process by giving them special training in soft skills of the Institute is supplied to the recruiters through from reputed trainers and consultants. Achieving this Placement Brochure. academic excellence is highly competitive in Osmania • One in the standard Excel Sheet format, University, as the Distinction level is 70% and above. containing all relevant data of the students. Students possess a high degree of aptitude, as they become eligible to pursue the MBA course only after • Another in the form of CV / resume (in soft qualifying State-level entrance examination called copy) of each student, in his / own preferred ‘Integrated Common Entrance Test’ (ICET). style. However, in case the recruiter organisation has a Pre-Placement Talk format of its own, it should be sent in advance to The Pre-Placement Talk (PPT) has been the standard facilitate the placement process. practice to facilitate interaction between the industry and the students. The organisations participating in the placement process are requested to make a brief presentation about themselves, including the opportunities and prospects ahead for the aspirants. In order to facilitate the PPT process, the Institute provides the required infrastructure, which includes an air-conditioned hall with a seating capacity of 100, LCD / overhead projectors, TV, VCR and a Public Address (PA) system.
  15. 15. Recruiters MARKETING FINANCE HR Asian Paints Bank of America Airtel Bank of America Citibank APITCO Bajaj Auto Deloitte Consulting ARM Ltd. Bartronics India Ltd. DCL Finance Ltd Aurobindo Pharma Biocon General Motors Baan Invensys Blue Star HCL-HP Colgate Palmolive BPL India HDFC Bank Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories CARE Foundation Indian School of Business (ISB) Hartex Rubber Ltd. Cipla ICICI Bank India Infocom Crompton Greaves ITC Ltd. Infosys Technologies Fenner India Ltd. Karvy Consultants Intelligroup Gati Ltd. Kotak Mahindra Finance ITW Signode Glaxo India Ltd. Lloyds Group Reliance Infocomm GFCL Satyam Computers Satyam Computers Godrej & Boyce Mfg Co. Ltd. VisualSoft Technologies Taj Group of Hotels Hindustan Pencils Ltd. Way2Wealth Securities Thermax Ltd. Hyderabad Bottling Company Zenith Consultants IMRB IndiaBulls Securities Kakatiya Cements MAA TV Marico Industries Motorola Nagarjuna Cements NFCL Panacea Biotech Ltd. Shaw Wallace Shriram Refrigeration Standard Chartered Bank “It is an excellent place for learning and for Tata AIG Insurance providing talent required by the industry.” Value Labs B Srinivas Rao Sr Manager, APITCO Videocon “The candidate we have recruited from Badruka has performed beyond our expectations and in a very short time was able to create credibility for himself to take up work involving greater commitment and responsibility.” BVANN Varma GM - HR, Aurobindo Pharma “Badrukans are highly motivated and committed. They have been groomed to excel in academics, work related performance, event management and organizational skills.” Sandeep Khurana GM, e-Support, Satyam Computers “I find the students bright, enthusiastic and eager to start their corporate career. On par with the best in the country, Badruka will be a permanent source for new management recruits.” Sudhir Rao MD, Bartronics India Limited “Badruka students are highly disciplined and committed to their work. They put up an excellent performance as a part of the Organizing Committee of the 32nd National Management Convention of AIMA held at Hyderabad.” Maj Gen (Retd) DS Khurana Director General, AIMA “I found the students’ ability to comprehend and present various topics on Finance and Management to be of high quality and highly professional. Their language and speed in communication are incomparable.’ K Umamaheswaran Faculty, Andhra Bank Staff College, Hyderabad
  16. 16. 2006-08 Batch Profile Others B.Sc. 12% 25% B.Tech. 28% B.Com. 35% B.Sc. B.Com. B.Tech. Others Education-wise spectrum: A well-balanced composition of students coming from various backgrounds, which enriches the quality of class interaction. The majority are from Commerce background, followed by the Sciences and Engineering. specialisation wise spectrum 100% 2 90% 5 80% 70% 10 60% Human Resource Marketing 50% 31 Finance 40% 7 30% 20% 2 10% 0% Finance Marketing Human Resource Specialisation-wise spectrum: This year the selection of specialisations by the students is more skewed towards Finance as Major, and Marketing as Minor. Each bar representing the major specialisations consists of a sub-classification of minor specialisations.
  17. 17. Students’ Profiles... FINANCE & MARKETING Name P. Manoj Kumar Name B. Surendra Qualification B.Sc (MEComp) Qualification B.B.M Project Assesment of Risk Analaysis Project Video Survey With Freelance With Byrraju Foundation Phone 9885325783 Phone 9399960275 Email Email Name M. Rajesh Name Ambika Agarwal Qualification B.Sc (MSComp) Qualification B.Com (Gen) Project Lease versus Purchase Analysis Project 1.Poverty & BoP Market (Technical) With Byrraju Foundation With Samartha Consultants Project 2.Costing & Budgeting Analysis Phone 98855591760 With Dr. Reddy’s Laboratory Email Phone 9247182067 Email Name C.S. Ashok Kumar Name R. Sudha Qualification B.Com (Comp) Qualification B.Com (Comp) Project Video Survey Project Study of Retail Banking With Byrraju Foundation With Bank of India Phone 9948895095 Phone 9908210740 Email Email Name B.G. Aishwarya Name Nupur Dey Qualification B.Com (Comp) Qualification B.Com (Hons) Project Assesment of Budgeting & Budgetrary Project 1.Poverty & BoP Market Control With Byrraju Foundation With South Central Railway - Hyd. Division Project 2.Corporate Lending Phone 9849371904 With ICICI Bank Email Phone 9397399007 Email Name G. Venu Name K. Pavan Kumar Qualification B.Sc (Comp) Qualification B.Sc (MPE) Phone 9948943217 Project Preparation of Annual Report for Email Financial Year(2006-07) With Bartronics India Limited Phone 9290649866 Email
  18. 18. Students’ Profiles... Name P. Siva Kumar Name B. Madhusudan Qualification B.Com (Gen) Qualification B.Com (Gen) Project Lease versus Purchase Analysis (Non - Project An analysis of Mutual Funds in Technical) India With Samartha Consultants With HSE Phone 9912068683 Phone 9347832846 Email Email Name K. Aparna Name B. Vinod Kumar Qualification B.Tech (EIE) Qualification B.Com Project Recievables Management Project E-Filing of Corporates With APGENCO With Samartha Consultants Phone 9885222789 Phone 9290604883 Email Email Name S. Veera Rao Name C. Prabhavati Qualification B.Sc (Comp) Qualification B.Com (Comp) Project Risk Analysis Project Voice Survey Phone 9948895095 With Byrraju Foundation Email Phone 9885398289 Email Name J. Pooja Name T. Vijay Qualification B.Com (Hons) Qualification B.Tech (Chem) Project Merger & Acquisition Project 1.Assesment of Livelihood Needs in With HSE Villages Exprerience Genpact, 1.5 yrs, With Byrraju Foundation Process Associate - Finace & Project 2.Project Management Accounting With CFIL Phone 988554120, 040-27545456 Experience Project Development Executive, 1.4 yrs, Email Reliance Cellulose Products Ltd. Phoen 9848534924 Email Name K. Alekya Name K.R. Neelima Qualification B.Tech (Chem) Qualification B.Tech (Chem) Project Project E-Filing of Corporates With National Mineral Development With Samartha Consultants Corporation Phone 9885343039 Phone 040-23394062 Email Email
  19. 19. Students’ Profiles... Name A. Vasanthi Name K.V. Lakshman Kumar Qualification B.Com (Voc) Qualification B.Com (Gen) Project Mutual Funds Project Assesment of Livelihood Needs in Phone 9885980678 Villages Email With Byrraju Foundation Phone 9989964921 Email Name G. Parameshwar Name Nihar Kumar Qualification B.E. (Comp) Qualification B.Com (Gen) Phone 9985636336 Project Working Capital Management Email With TDPL Phone 9849564357 Email Name Sweta Darak Qualification B.Com (Voc) Phone 9885006856 Email Name B. Rajanikanth Name Roopkanth Kumar A. Qualification B.Com (Comp) Qualification B.Com (Gen) Project Portfolio Management Project Video Survey With HSE With Byrraju Foundation Phone 9985551140 Phone 9949307299 Email Email Name V. Sarita Name T. Devi Qualification B.Tech (Chem) Qualification B.Com (Comp) Project Voice Survey Project With Byrraju Foundation With National Mineral Development Phone 9490090864 Corporation Email Phone 9866176147 Email
  20. 20. Students’ Profiles... Name D. Divya Name R. Rajkamal Qualification B.Tech (ECE) Qualification B.E. (E&TC) Project E-Filing of Corporates Phone 9949040230 With Samartha Consultants Email Phone 9885600466 Project Quality - Feet on Street Email With Hutchison Essar MARKETING & FINANCE Name K. Pawan Kumar Qualification B.Tech (Metallurgy) Phone 9441933164 Email Name Sandeep S Bhat Project Marketing Strategies in Retail Qualification B.Tech (Dairy Tech) With Freelance Phone 9848799381 Email Project Community Dairy With Byrraju Foundation Experience Velocity Management Solutions Mgmt. Trainee (8 mths) Name D. Shantharam Qualification B.Tech (EEE) Phone 9848462633 Email Project Identificaation of Media & Advt. Name M. Sridhar With Bartronics India Limited Qualification B.Sc (MPC) Phone 9848689596 Email Project Analysis of Mutual Funds With Karvy Consultant HR & MARKETING Name Ch. Kamala Qualification BCA Name S. Avinash Project Assesment of Recritment (Live) Qualification B.Tech (Mech) With Team4u (A ranstad Company) Phone 9985708390 Phone 9885599336 Email Email Project Creating Alternative for Marketing/ Advertising for 2 yrs With Bartronics India Limited Name M. Swaraj Qualification B.Sc (MEComp) Project Assesment of Recritment (Live) Name V. Chaitanya With Samartha Consultants Qualification B.Sc (MEComp) Phone 9885766717 Phone 9848288179 Email Email Project Identification of Benchmarking Parameters With Bartronics India Limited
  21. 21. Students’ Profiles... Name K. Udayasree Name K. Mounica Priyadarsini Qualification B.Sc (MEComp) Qualification B.Sc (Life Science) Project Assesment of Performance Appraisal Project Performance Management System Phone 9885039938 With Lanco Infra Tech. Ltd Email Phone 9985732070 Email Name L. Saritha Name Thakur Sushma Singh Qualification B.Tech (E&C) Qualification B.M.S (IF&M) Project Recruitment & Selection Project Internship (HR - Recruitment) With APSRTC With Franklin Templeton Phone 9985887203 Phone 9908002357 Email Email Name S. Lakshmi Jayanti Name S. Pratibha Qualification B.A. (HEP) Qualification B.Tech (Comp) Project Assesment of Training & Development Project Study of Stress Management Matchwell Technologies With Freelance Phone 9849846820 Phone 924655623 Email Email HR & FINANCE Name Nishath Fathima Name K. Anusuya Qualification B.Com (Gen) Qualification B.A. (EPP) Project Assesment of Performance Appraisal Project Career Planning With TKH Plastics With Kotak Securities Phone 9966352902 Phone 9985603790 Email Email Name Yogita Mundada Name S. Shruti Qualification B.Com (Comp) Qualification B.A. (Eco) Project Practices in Human Resource Project Quality of Worklife With TKH Plastics With TKH Plastics Phone 9949822291 Phone 9949951396 Email Email
  22. 22. Students’ Profiles... MARKETING & HR Name N. Krishna Bharath Name Vimal Kant Qualification B.Sc (MEComp) Qualification B.E. (E&TC) Porject 1.Community Dairy Project Market Potential for TELCON products in With Byrraju Foundation Irrigation Projects Project 2.Organisation Behaviour in rural Areas With TELCON (A TATA - HITACHI Joint With Sathya Seva Trust, Bhimvaram Venture) Phone 9848143272 Phone 9440724966 Email Email Name Shaik Fayaz Qualification B.Sc (MPComp) FINANCE & HR Project Assesment of Livelihood Needs in Villages Name M.B.Raju With Byrraju Foundation Qualification B.Com (Gen) Phone 9948591971 Project Study Of Consumer Behavior on Email Financial Instruments With Kotak Securities Phone 9396483548 Email Name Ch. Praveen Kumar Qualification B.Sc (MPC) Project Advertisement analysis With Heritage Fresh Phone 9908223080 Email Name B. Ramarao Qualification B.Tech (Comp) Project Market share analysis With Freelance Phone 9912090514 Email Name K. Vamshi Qualification B.A. (HEP) Project Voice Survey With Byrraju Foundation Phone 9441558847 Email
  23. 23. Life on campus
  24. 24. Chairperson Placements Prof Pannalal Faculty Coordinator Mrs. Shilpa Reddy K Tel: 9989441481 Email: Placement and Grooming Division PR Venkat Sai Tel: 9849503169, 040-24606927 Email: Student Coordinators Sandeep Bhatt (9848799381) Shantaram (9848462633) Mounika (9985732070) Roopkanth (9949307299) BADRUKA COLLEGE POST GRADUATE CENTRE Department of Business Management Kachiguda, Hyderabad - 500 027 Tel: +91-40-24606927 Telefax: +91-40-24658236