Management & Commerce VISION and MISSION

28 years of enriched experience...an organisation with undisputed success in the field of education

VISION

To be a centre of excellence in every sphere of management education and research at par with national and international standards nurturing responsible leaders capable of substantially improving business performance and the world we live in.

MISSION

  1. To offer state-of-the-art infrastructure to impart quality management education.
  2. To make policies and atmosphere to attract and retain best faculty.
  3. To create an ambience in which new ideas, creativity, 'out-of-the-box' thinking and cutting-edge research flourish through curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities so as to produce the leaders and entrepreneurs for the future world of business.
  4. To encourage critical thinking and continuous improvement.
  5. To undertake collaborative projects and consultancy for long term interaction with the academia and industry.
  6. To develop educational pathway so that students can maximize on their optional career choices including entrepreneurship.
  7. To develop future leaders sensitive to environment and society competent to manage change and transformation in a globally competitive environment
  8. To produce ethically strong & morally elevated human resource to serve mankind

CORE INSTITUTIONAL VALUES

  • Passion for Excellence,
  • Academic Freedom
  • Commitment
  • Responsiveness to Societal Needs
  • Openness
  • Diversity with Synergy

STAKE HOLDERS

Stake holders and their relevance

  1. Students: Educational activity is student centric and the ‘end product’ of any program is the “STUDENT” who is graduating.
  2. Parents: They pay the fees, entrust their wards in the hands of the Business School and in turn want their wards to get the best education and learning during their wards’ stay in the program.
  3. Institute / Business School: Provides the brand, infrastructure and means to launch, nurture and sustain the education and learning process.
  4. Institute / Business School Faculty: The teaching faculty trains the students for theory as well as practical courses of the program and in addition imparts well rounding skills. They help to make the student (end product) employable. In Indian scenario teacher is “Guru” who not only guides the student in their course but in his life as well. The non teaching staff directly or indirectly assists in the learning process by providing the required support mechanisms.
  5. University: The agency that certifies the ‘end product’. It provides the platform, template, norms and measures for students, Business School, Business School staff and the management to conform to standards and expectations so that the incoming candidate evolves into the ‘end product’.
  6. Employers (government, industry and universities): The entity that eventually uses the ‘end product’. Employers satisfaction with our students’ education provides measure of the program success. Their satisfaction translates to employment opportunities for our students.
  7. Society: The ‘end product’ is also expected to measure up to the expectations of the society. The ‘end product’ has to contribute and work towards the betterment of the society and to improve living and existence.
  8. Management: Manages all the facilities for transforming the incoming candidate into the ‘end product’ that is employable by the industry in particular and measures up to the expectations of the society at large.
  9. Vendors: Wherever/whenever necessary, they compliment as well as supplement the Business School, management and the Business School staff in providing the means to fill the voids and gaps in functioning and eventual realization of the ‘end product’.
  10. Alumni: Passed out students (The legacy ‘end product’ that is sensitive to the performance of each stake holder in preserving, sustaining and enhancing the performance and status of their Alma Mater ) , brand ambassadors of the Business School