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    Slide 1: Amity Business School Where Modernity Blends With Tradition

    Established in 1995 ....

    The Foundation

    Slide 2:Amity Business School is a part of Ritnand Balved Education Foundation, established in 1986. One Brand 18 Campuses 130 Programs 30,000 Students The guiding force behind our success.

    Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan Founder President Ritnand Balved Education Foundation Successful and happy individuals build a successful nation. But what is it that contributes to success, achievement of goals and fulfillment of your mission to lead a happy and contended life? A strong foundation is none other than good education. Because in education lies the biggest service to the individual, to the nation and to the humanity, world over. Message

    Slide 4: 10 Years so far Landmarks

    Ranked No.1 among the Private Business Schools established post 1990 Outlook C fore Survey, 02 03 Ranked No.1 among Private Business School for Industry Practices Outlook, October, 2003 Ranked in A+ category of Business Schools Business India, 2002 Ranked in A category of Business Schools Indian Management, January 2002 Amongst the Top 13 Business Schools Economic Times, March 2004

    Slide 5:Amity Business School

    Post Graduate Diploma in Management Masters in Business Administration MBA Customer Relationship Management & Marketing MBA Entrepreneurship and Leadership MBA Human Resource Bachelors of Business Administration

    Slide 6: Model of Excellence ..

    Intense Industry Interface from Induction to Evaluation Highly Qualified and Experienced Faculty Exhaustive Selection Procedure All India Test, GD, Interview Curriculum Development International Best Practices & Industry Centric Pedagogy Case Studies, Simulations, Field Projects Evaluation Internal Assessment and Final Term Exam ISM Certification

    Slide 7:Intense Industry Interface Industry Centric Learning

    ACTIVITIES 3-Tier Mentorship Program Continuous CEO Forum Weekly Guest Lectures Weekly Industry Visits Monthly Corporate Forum Fortnightly Career Advisory Board Bi-Annually Seminars and Conferences Bi-Annually Summer Internship Annually EVENTS Visits by Prominent International Gurus Regular Process Corporate Meet Bi -Annually HR & Leadership Conclave Annually Leadership Awards Annually

    Active industry interaction between professionals, faculty and students to promote knowledge sharing and experiential learning. Seamless transition from academics to real work life. The Three mentors are: Industry Mentor Alumni Mentor Faculty Mentor

    Slide 8:Amity Becomes a Benchmark Unique 3-Tier Mentoring

    First institute across the globe to introduce 3-Tier Mentoring Program

    Slide 9:T&D and Consulting Industry and Academia Interface

    Many companies from India and abroad have benefited from the comprehensive Training and Development programs and consulting projects undertaken by Amity Business School. To name a few BHEL, Chaddha Group Of Companies, Denso India, EIL, GAIL, Grasim Industeries, ICICI Bank, Indian Airlines, IOC, ITC, Jubliant Organosys, Kudremukh Iron Ore Ltd., MUL, NDPL, NTPC, ONGC, Shimnit Group of Companies, SAIL, Whirlpool (Australia/South Asia), Wockhardt and many more

    Slide 10:Our Journey

    BUILDING THE FOUNDATION IN-DEPTH UNDERSTANDING OF CORE FUNCTIONAL AREAS BASICS OF CORE FUNCTIONS BRIDGING COURSE SUMMER INTERNSHIP Mentoring Program Dissertation Corporate Interactions Foreign Business Language Participative Managerial Effectiveness Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 & 4 STEPPS

    Slide 11:Holistic Development of Students Beyond Academics

    Career Advisory Meet Clubs and Committees ? Foreign Business Language ? Military Training PME (Participative Managerial Effectiveness) ? Sangathan :Sports Event STEPPS ( Structured Techniques for Enhancing Professional and Personal Skills) ? Trends and Aura ?

    ..Educational Qualification PGDM -2005 Total No. of Students: 150 Students Profile for Class of 2005 MBA -2005 Total No. of Students: 32 Engineering

    Slide 13:Specializations: Class of 2005

    Total No. of Students : 182 MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTS Human Resource Management Finance and Accounting Information System Management International Business Management Operations Management Marketing and Sales Management

    Students Profile for Class of 2006 ..Educational Qualification PGDM -2006 Total No. of Students: 150 MBA -2006 Total No. of Students:200 Engineering Students Profile for Class of 2006 ..Educational Qualification MBA (E&L) - 2006 Total No. of Students:35 MBA (HR) - 2006 Total No. of Students:60 Engineering Summer Internship for Class of 2005 Human Resource Management International Business Management Information Systems Management Operations Management Finance and Accounting Marketing and Sales Management

    Slide 17:Amity Alumni

    Placement Records

    Looking Forward to a long and everlasting relationship with you and your esteemed organization Thank You Important Dates PPTs Commencement : 6th Sept 2004 First Placement Week : 6th - 10th Dec 2004 Second Placement Week : 17th 21st Jan 2005 Third Placement week : 21st 25th Feb 2005

    Slide 19:Placement Schedule

    Prof. Anil Sethi Head of Placements Corporate Resource Center Amity Business School Sector 44, Noida -201303 Mobile: 9810022355 E-mail: anils@abs.amity.edu For Details, Please Contact Dr. Balvinder Shukla Dy. Director General Corporate Resource Center Amity Business School Sector 44, Noida - 201303 Tel: 0120-2431882 (D) Fax: 0120-2432650 Mobile : 9810199453 E-mail : Bshukla@abs.amity.edu

    Students Profile: Finance & Accounting ..Total No: of Students: 19 SECOND MAJOR OF FINANCE STUDENTS BACK ..Total No: of Students: 22 SECOND MAJOR OF HRM STUDENTS BACK Students Profile: Human Resource Management Students Profile: Information Systems Management: ..Total No: of Students: 17 SECOND MAJOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT STUDENTS BACK Management Accounting & Students Profile :Marketing & Sales Management ..Total No: of Students: 64 SECOND MAJOR OF MARKETING & SALES MANAGEMENT STUDENTS BACK Students Profile: Operations Management ..Total No: of Students: 21 SECOND MAJOR OF OPERATIONS STUDENTS BACK 100% Marketing & Sales Management

    Slide 25:Summer Internship: Finance & Accounting

    American Express Bank Ltd. Cholamandalam Investments & Finance Co. Ltd. Citibank N.A. CNBC-TV 18 DS Group Escotel Mobile Communications Ltd. GE Capital International Services Glaxo SmithKline Consumer Health Care Godfrey & Philips India Ltd. HDFC Ltd. HSBC Sunndaram Finance Ltd ICICI Bank Ltd. IDBI Bank Ltd. IndBank Merchant Banking Services Ltd. Indiabulls Securities Ltd. Indian Aluminium Company Lord Krishna Bank Ltd. Metzeler Automative profiles India Pvt Ltd Om Kotak Life Insurance Co.Ltd. Pricewater Coopers ltd. Standard Charted Bank Steel Authority of India Ltd. Way 2 Wea\lth Securities Pvt. Ltd. BACK

    Slide 26:Summer Internship: Human Resource Management

    Bharti Broadband Networks Ltd. BHEL Caf Coffee Day Care India GE Capital Services India HCL Technologies BPO Services Ltd. Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. IDBI Intera Information Technologies Pvt. Ltd. LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd. Magma Leasing Ltd. North Delhi Power Ltd. Pepsico India Holdings Pvt. Ltd. Reliance Infocom Samtel Saw Pipes Ltd. SEW Eurodrive India Pvt. Ltd. Timex Watches ltd. BACK

    Slide 27:Summer Internship :Marketing and Sales Management

    Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. British Airways Dabur Foods Ltd Dabur Pharma Ltd. DCM Benetton(I) Ltd. DSCL. Dr. Reddys Foundation Gillette India Ltd. HCL Technologies Hero Cycles Ltd. Hindustan Lever Ltd. HSBC Huges escorts Communications Ltd. Hyatt Regency ,New delhi ICICI Prudential Life Insurance ICICI bank Ltd. Iqara B G Broadband ITC Ltd. LG Electronics India Ltd. Mahindra & mahindra Ltd. MTN Uganda Ltd. Nestle India Ltd. Nirma Consumer Care ltd. North Delhi Power Ltd. ONGC StanChart Asset Mgmnt Pvt Ltd. Tata Motors ltd. Tata Tea Ltd. Titan Industeries Ltd. Videocon International Ltd. Whirlpool Of India Ltd BACK

    Slide 28:Summer Internship: Operations Management

    Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Dr. Reddys Foundation Grasim Industeries Ltd. HCL Infosystems Ltd. Hero Cycles Hindustan Lever ltd. Moser Bear India ltd. Nestle India Ltd. New Delhi Power Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Radha Krishna Foodland Pvt. Ltd. Tata Motors Whirlpool India BACK

    Slide 29:EMDAD Al Bawardi Oil & Gas Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd. HCL Infosystems Ltd. Hughes Escorts Communications ltd. IBM ESP-Kaizen services LML Ltd MGRM Net Ltd. Moser Baer India Ltd. Sharp Business Systems( India) ltd. VSNL

    Summer Internship: Information Systems Management BACK

    Semester I

    Slide 30:Organizational Behavior Quantitative Techniques Accounting and Financial Principles Marketing Management Economic Analysis Economic and Business Legislation IT and Business Applications Self Development and Interpersonal Skills Individual and Corporate Environment Foreign Business Language

    BACK

    Slide 31:Managing Human Resources Marketing Research Financial Management Operations Management Management Information Systems International Marketing Management Business Environment and Strategic Analysis Managing Events Foreign Business Language

    Semester II BACK

    Semester III and IV

    Slide 32: Specializations Marketing and Sales Management Finance and Accounting Operations Management Human Resource Management International Business Management Entrepreneurship and Leadership Information System Management

    Compulsory Subjects Business Policies and Strategic Management Learning Through Teams Managing Competencies and Carrier Development Management in action social ,economic & Ethical issues managing excellence BACK details details details details details details details

    Slide 33: Consumer Behavior Distribution and Logistics Management Marketing of Services Product and Brand Management Rural Marketing Advertising and Sales Promotion Customer Relationship Management Industrial Marketing Retail and Mall Management Sales Management

    Marketing and Sales Management BACK

    Slide 34:Operations Management

    Facility Planning & Total Productivity Maintenance Productivity and Performance Measurement Project Management Supply Chain Management & Logistics Total Quality Management and Six Sigma Innovation & Theory of Constraints Operations Strategy Process Analysis, Application and Improvement Service Operations Management World Class Manufacturing and Technology BACK

    Slide 35:Human Resource Management

    Industrial Relations & Labor Laws Organization Structure Design & HR Planning Performance Management Systems Recruitment Selection Training & Development Strategic Human Resource Management Compensation Management & Retention HR - Information Systems & Audit International HR and Cross Cultural Management Managing Creativity and Building Learning Organizations Organizational Change and Development BACK

    Slide 36:International Business Management

    Global Trade In New Millennium Institution of International Trade Organizations International Economics, Environment & Policy International Trade Procedures & Documentation Management of Foreign Transactions - A Banking Perspective Global Market Mix International Supply Chain and Logistics Management International Trade Accounting, Law & Taxation Sectoral Strategy for Export Marketing Strategic Functioning of Multinationals BACK

    Slide 37:Information Systems Management

    Business Process System Management of Software Projects Object Oriented Data Base Management Systems Software Development Web-enabled Business Processes Software and Quality Assurance Business Data Networks Software Quality Assurance Enterprise Management Information Security and Risk Management Marketing & Management of Software Solutions BACK

    Slide 38:Finance and Accounting

    Cost and Management Accounting for Decision Making Infrastructure Project Management & Control International Finance Management of Financial Services Security Analysis & Portfolio Management Advanced Accounts Corporate Taxation Planning Financial Engineering Management of Financial Institutions Strategic Financial Management BACK

    Slide 39:Entrepreneurship and Leadership

    Creating and Managing New Ventures Dynamics of Leadership Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Process Financing of New Business Marketing of Entrepreneurs Corporate Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Future Organization Managing Entrepreneurial Firms & Family Business Organizational Leadership Inspiration, Dilemmas and Actions Social Entrepreneurship Technology and Innovation BACK

    Slide 40:Entrepreneurship & Leadership Course structure

    Semester I A. General Management Organizational & Entrepreneurial Behaviour Economic Analysis Financial Measurement, Analysis & Reporting Quantitative Methods Industry and Competitive Analysis Marketing Management B. Entrepreneurship & Leadership Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Process Evolution of Global Business - A Entrepreneurial Perspective a) Entrepreneurial Strategy b) Entrepreneurial Leadership Assessment & Development c) Application of Simulation & Decision Science for Entrepreneurs Evaluating Venture opportunities and Developing Business Model Back

    Slide 41:Entrepreneurship & Leadership Course structure

    Semester II A. General Management Global Business Environment Analysis & Competitive Strategy) Information Technology & Business Process Management Marketing Research & Forecasting Financial Management & Business Accounting Processes and Operations Management Human Resource Management B. Entrepreneurship & Leadership Creating and Leading the Entrepreneurial Organization Capital Markets & Entrepreneurial Finance Venture Capitals, Angels, Incubators & Private Equity Change Management and Entrepreneurial Leadership Back

    Slide 42:Entrepreneurship & Leadership Course structure

    Semester III Core Courses Business Law, Ethics and Corporate Governance Emerging Business Sectors and New Technologies a. Product, Development and Design b. Introduction of New Products and Services a. Social Entrepreneurship & Women and Entrepreneurship b. Intellectual Capital & Competitive Strategy Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation Specialization Courses .Sales & Marketing Production & Operation Management Managing Startup Ventures & Family Businesses Back

    Slide 43:Entrepreneurship & Leadership Course structure

    Semester IV Core Subjects Advanced Competitive Strategy b. Managing Strategic Business Relationships Advanced Competitive Strategy & Vigilant Leadership a. Managing Corporate Intrapreneurship b. Managing Networked Businesses Specialization Courses Sales & Marketing Production & Operation Management Managing Startup Ventures & Family Businesses Back

    Course Structure

    Slide 44:Post Graduate Diploma in Management Course structure

    Semester I Organizational Behaviour Accounting For Management Marketing Management Quantitative Applications in Management IT and Business Applications Economic Analysis Economic and Business Legislation Self Development and Interpersonal Skills Individuals and Corporate Environment Foreign Business Language Semester II Managing Human Resources Marketing Research Financial Management Operations Management Management Information Systems International Marketing Management Business Environment and Strategic Analysis Business Communication Managing Events Foreign Business Language SUMMER INTERNSHIP (8-10 weeks) Back

    Slide 45: Semester III Business Policy and Strategic Management Leading Through Teams Foreign Business Language Managerial Competencies and Career Development In addition, 4 Courses each from any two streams (each course of 3 credit units)

    Semester IV Management in Action - Social, Economic and Ethical Issues Managing Excellence Dissertation In addition, 4 Courses each from any two streams (each course of 3 credit units) Post Graduate Diploma in Management Course structure Back

    Course Structure

    Slide 46:MBA-Human Resource Course structure

    Semester I Organizational Behaviour Accounting For Management Evolution of Management & Marketing Management Business Legislation with special relation to Employment relation and labour law Fundamentals of Economic and its Analysis Neuro Linguistic Programming General Human Psychology Quantitative Applications In Management Information Systems and Management Personal Growth Lab I FBL Semester II Financial Management. People Management & Perspective on human behavior Global business environment and strategic management Business Communication Social Research Methods Operations Management and Quality management Management Consultancy Social Psychology (Half credit course) Personal Growth Lab II Back

    Slide 47: Semester III BASKET (I) Collective bargaining and Negotiation skills Strategic Human Resource Management International Human Resource Management Labour Laws Cross Cultural Management Industrial Relations Recruitment and Selection Training & Development Compensation Management & Retention BASKET (II) Organization Structure, Design & HR Planning HR Information Systems & HR Planning Industrial Jurisprudence Resource based strategy Management of Creativity and Building Learning Organization Organization Development Managing Change Psychological Testing Corporate Image Building

    Semester IV BASKET (I) Economics of Human Resource Entrepreneurship and New Ventures Occupational Safety and Ergonomics Managing Business Process Outsourcing Managerial Counselling Managing Through Teams Self Development and Transactional Analysis Personal Effectiveness & Leadership BASKET (II) Human Resource Accounting Corporate Governance and Business Ethics. Advance Research Methodology Practical Costing and Behavioral Finance Wages & Salary Administration Emotional intelligence & Managerial Effectiveness Managing Redundancy & thinking skills The Art Of leadership, Power & politics MBA - Human Resource Course structure Back

    Course Structure

    Slide 48:Management Of Business Administration Course structure

    Semester I Organizational Behaviour Accounting For Management Marketing Management Quantitative Applications in Management IT and Business Applications Economic Analysis Economic and Business Legislation Self Development and Interpersonal Skills Individuals and Corporate Environment Foreign Business Language Semester II Managing Human Resources Marketing Research Financial Management Operations Management Management Information Systems International Marketing Management Business Environment and Strategic Analysis Business Communication Managing Events Foreign Business Language SUMMER INTERNSHIP (8-10 weeks) Back

    Slide 49: Semester III Business Policy and Strategic Management Leading Through Teams Foreign Business Language Managerial Competencies and Career Development In addition, 4 Courses each from any two streams (each course of 3 credit units)

    Semester IV Management in Action - Social, Economic and Ethical Issues Managing Excellence Dissertation In addition, 4 Courses each from any two streams (each course of 3 credit units) Management Of Business Administration Course structure Back

    Slide 50:Foreign Business Language Step towards developing global managers

    The students have to compulsory study one of the foreign business language as a part of curriculum. It is a step towards developing global managers. The languages available are: French German Japanese Spanish Chinese Back

    Slide 51:Mr. Tom Peters Ms. Patricia B. Seybold Mr. Claude Smadja Sir John Frazer Robinson Dr. Robert Kaplan Mr. Mathew W. Ragas Dr. Bernd Schmitt

    Amity students have had the privilege of hearing from the most renowned industry stalwarts and get an international perspective at the same time. To name the few we have International Gurus back

    Slide 52:Committees and Clubs

    The committees are formed to give due weightage to serious and constant participation of students in various activities.These activities essentially include the students contribution in Trends, Convocation, Seminars, cultural activities and MDPs. Committees CRC Committee Placement Committee Alumni Committee Cultural Committee Environment Committee PGP Committee PR & Outreach Committee Sports Committee Clubs Debate Club Marketing Club Finance Club HR Club IT Club Operations Club back

    Slide 53:Corporate Meet

    The corporate meet is the culmination of the summer project evaluation. To further strengthen the bond the industry guides are invited to the campus to share their experiences of the summer internship. The summer project evaluation is a rigorous process where the student is evaluated by industry guide, faculty guide and corporate from the industry. back

    Slide 54:Career Advisory Board

    The Career Advisory Board at ABS is a unique concept. The board, comprising of prominent corporate leaders, maintains regular interaction with the students to help them understand and adapt to the complexities of the corporate culture. Career counseling sessions are organized frequently and the board members provide sound professional advice to students on choosing the career best suited for their aptitude and abilities The students are driven to aspire for an integrated approach to business management, and get assistance for developing into progressive, flexible and insightful business leaders back

    Slide 55:Summer Internship Evaluation

    Summer Internship gives the students an opportunity to gain experience and understand the nuances of business. The corporate world gets a fair idea of the talent quotient of the emerging generation of managers. The evaluation is based on project reports, presentations made to the board and the industry feedback given by the respective industry guides. back

    Slide 56:CEOs Forum

    The forum acts as a platform for the students to get a clear perspective of the industry challenges and expectations from the management students. Over a 100 CEOs have visited the Amity campus to interact with the students and share experiences on a regular basis. This enables students to break the ice and provides them with a better grasp of the present business scenario. back

    Slide 57:TRENDS

    Trends is an annual management festival. Leading institutes come together in an endeavor to participate in management games, quizzing & debates. It provides a spark to the competitive spirits and provides an opportunity to network with students of other leading B-schools. Also the business acumen is tested as students are involved from conceiving the idea to finally organize the event. Back

    Amity is committed towards recognizing exemplary leadership which has steered organizations to phenomenal success thus benefiting both the organization and the society. The Amity leadership awards were awarded to Shri K.V. Kamath, MD & CEO, ICICI and Shri Kumar Managalam Birla, Chairman Aditya Birla Group. Amity Leadership Awards back

    Slide 59:Technology at Amity

    We believe in the power of Information Technology and have always been in the forefront in the utilization of IT. Amity is the first Wireless campus in India We have a broadband radio link with ISDN backup to ensure round-the-clock Internet connectivity. Our computer labs are well equipped with the latest hardware an software Our Intranets automates all our processes and ensures smooth inter-departmental and Inter-institutional information exchange. We have a training Cell to ensure that everyone at Amity is updated with latest technologies and trends. We are associated with Industry leaders like Microsoft for conducting workshops and Cisco for their Regional Networking Academy Program.

    Slide 60:Corporate Forum

    In the corporate forum the industry personnel's share their valuable experience and immense knowledge with us. back

    Slide 61:Guest Lectures

    Amity believes in providing industry exposure to students through weekly guest lectures by industry professionals on a specific topic or issue related to corporate world. back

    Slide 62:Seminars and Conferences

    Amity has been actively involved in promoting management excellence through organizing and being academic partner of various national events. Amity faculty members and students have benefited immensely by participating in these events back

    Slide 63:Industry Visits

    To see firsthand how worldclass organizations operate, industry visits are organized. The interaction with industry experts, touring of factories and facilities helps students to relate the theories they have learnt. back

    Slide 64:HR & Leadership Conclave

    Amity has been actively involved in promoting management excellence through organizing and being academic partner of various HR and Leadership Conclave. Amity faculty members and students have benefited immensely by participating in these events back

    Slide 65:MBA CRM & Marketing

    Semester 1 Principles Of Mangement Business Economics Accounting Marketing managemnet Quantitative Applications in Managemnet Human Resource Mangement Foreign Business Language STEPPS-I Project work Semester 2 Market Research Business Strategy I IT Applications in Business Global Business Management Financial Management Foreign Business Language STEPPS-II Summer Project Back

    Slide 66:MBA CRM & Marketing

    Semester 3 Consumer Behavior Service Marketing Integrated market communication Rural marketing CRM-I Business Strategy II Foreign Business Language STEPPS-III Project Work Semester 4 Sales Management CRM-II Direct Marketing Logistic and Supply Chain Management Retail Marketing and mall Management TCRM Dissertation Back

    Slide 67:Bachelors of Business Management

    BUSINESS STATISTICS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - 1 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM MARKETING MANAGEMENT - 1 COST & MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING INDIVIDUAL & SOCIETY (STEPPS) BUSINESS LAW FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE COMPUTER LAB ASSIGNMENTS BUSINESS ECONOMICS (Macro) FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING - II ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOUR PUBLIC RELATIONS & CORPORATE IMAGE DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM GROUP DYNAMICS & TEAM BUILDING (STEPPS) BUSINESS MATHEMATICS BUSINESS COMMUNICATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - II MARKETING MANAGEMENT - II RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & REPORT PREPARATION PROBLEM SOLVING & CREATIVE THINKING (STEPPS) ANALYTICAL SKILL BUILDING SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE COMPUTER LAB ASSIGNMENTS MANAGEMENT FOUNDATIONS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ECONOMICS (Micro) ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPUTER AWARENESS FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING - 1 UNDERSTANDING SELF FOR EFFECTIVENESS (STEPPS) FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE COMPUTER LAB ASSIGNMENTS Semester I Semester II Semester IV Semester III Back

    Slide 68:Bachelors of Business Management

    BUSINESS POLICY & STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ENTREPRENUERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SALES MANAGEMENT DISSERTATION (Two Course Equivalent) MARKETING MAJOR BRAND MANAGEMENT ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION FINANCE MAJOR INTERNATIONAL FINANCE & FINANCIAL INNOVATIONS BANKING & FINANCIAL INSTITUTION H.R. MAJOR INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS & LABOUR LAW PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL I.T. MAJOR DATA COMMUNICATION & NETWORK OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING & C++ LAWS IN MANAGEMENT ECONOMIC LAWS INDIRECT TAX LAWS TAXATION LAWS & PRACTICE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRODUCTION & OPERATION MANAGEMENT STRESS & COPING STRATEGY (STEPPS) FOREIGN BUSINESS LANGUAGE SUMMER PROJECT EVALUATION MARKETING MAJOR CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR SERVICE MARKETING FINANCE MAJOR FINANCIAL SERVICES PRINCIPLES OF INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT H.R. MAJOR ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT I.T. MAJOR RELATIONAL DATABASE MGMT. SYSTEM SOFTWARE PROJECT DESIGN & ANALYSIS LAWS IN MANAGEMENT GENERAL LAWS COMPANY LAW COMPUTER LAB ASSIGNMENTS Semester V Semester VI Back

    Companies Confirmed : 156 Companies Visited ABS: 132 Campus Recruitment : 138 Highest Salary offered : 6.00 Lac PA Average Salary offered: 2.95 Lac PA Students Placement Back Next Past Record : 100% Class of 2003 Students Placement Back Past Record : 100% Class of 2004 Companies Confirmed : 125 Companies Visited ABS: 73 Campus Recruitment : 145 Highest Salary offered : 6.50 Lac PA Average Salary offered: 3.30 Lac PA

    Slide 71:STEPPS ( Structured Techniques for Enhancing Professional and Personal Skills )

    The following are the subjects under PME Self Development & Interpersonal Skills Leading Through Teams Anger and Conflict Management Management in action social ,economic & ethical issues managing excellence Back

    Slide 72: PME (Participative Managerial Effectiveness)

    The following are the subjects under PME : Individual and Corporate Environment Managing Events Managerial Competencies and Career Development Managing Excellence Back