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Master of Business Administration

About MBA Department

Department of Management Studies is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, and affiliated to AICTE, founded in the year 2009 by Dr V Rajeev Founder President of Rajeev Education Trust Hassan. Institution offers 2 years full time MBA Course with three specializations Business Analytics, Finance, Marketing and Human Resource Management, wherein students are given an opportunity to take up dual Specialization. The faculty comprises of a team of dedicated professionals with rich experience in their respective disciplines.

Department is actively engaged in creating not only corporate professionals, but also responsive and responsible citizens who can be proud citizens of tomorrow. Department has MOUs with Consulting Firms like 7th Sense, Business Toys as the training and Placement Partners for students’ to provide training and Placement Opportunity. Classrooms with Digital Interface and Well equipped Labs facilitate the students in Digital Transformation in Learning.

To bridge the gap between the Institution and the Industry department organizes several activities and student centric learning programs.  The students provided are with an opportunity to understand the industrial environment, work culture through participating in expert talk by industry experts and Industrial visits. Live Projects, Case Study Learning, Internship and Projects help students to gain hands on Theoretical Concepts for Practical Applications and empower them to face challenges of real corporate world.

Training and Placement cell at RIT continuously strives to help students in pursuing their career goals by acquiring employment-seeking skills and ultimately to attain desired employment. This is accomplished through building a strong partnership amongst students, alumni, faculty-members and industries.

Education liberates the intellect, unlocks the imagination and is fundamental for self-respect. It is the key to prosperity and opens a world of opportunities, making it possible for each of us to contribute to a progressive, healthy society. Therefore continuous learning and training opportunities being provided to the students by the MBA Department at RIT has positively increased their opportunities to get better placement and career.

Message from the Desk

Mrs.Bhavani .B.S

Professor & HOD

The Department of Management studies was started in the year 2009, catering to the needs of management students from different states.
The department offers MBA program with specialization in the areas of finance, marketing, and human resources with dual specialization as well. Along with teaching, the department is empowering students with unique activities like field work, mini projects, real time ssignments, industrial visits, guest lecturing from industry and academic experts to gain hands on experience towards practical applicability of management concepts in the corporate sector.

Program Outcomes

  • PO1: Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.
  • PO2: Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data based decision making.
  • PO3: Ability to develop value-based leadership.
  • PO4: Ability to understand, analyse and communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business.
  • PO5:Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals contributing effectively to a team environment.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • PEO1: MBA is a two-year full-time programme, aimed at nurturing and training young minds with contemporary skills of management, adept in handling diverse sectors of the economy.
  • PEO2: The programme intends to inculcate leadership qualities in individuals to strategically position themselves in all emerging platforms of idea generation, creation of pragmatic knowledge, skills and competency development.
  • PEO3: The diverse course curriculum enables a high degree of academic flexibility for fostering innovation and creativity. It instils resilience and adaptability in students for facing the challenges of the contemporary business world.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The post graduate students of the department shall be able to

  • PSO1: Comprehend the contemporary features and characteristics of Business Management Science and its administration
  • PSO2: Analyse and interpret the dynamic situations for making Business Management strategies and decisions at the national and global level
  • PSO3: Handle responsibility with the ethical values for all actions undertaken by them.
  • PSO4: Adapt and focus on achieving the organisational goal and objectives with complete zeal and commitment.

 

Student Learning Centric details(2022-2023)

 

Sl. No.Subject NameSubject CodeFaculty NameCourse ModulesLesson planNotes of lessonsPPT
1Principles of Management and Organizational Behaviour22MBA11Mrs. B S BhavaniLinkLinkLinkLink
2Entrepreneurship Development22MBA12Mr. Muralidar NayakLinkLinkLinkLink
3Accounting for Managers22MBA13Mrs. Priya H VLinkLinkLinkLink
4Statistics for Managers22MBA14Ms. Ayesha ZebaLinkLinkLinkLink
5Marketing Management22MBA15Mr. Mohammed MonishLink
6Business Communication22MBA16Ms. Yogashree C
7Human Resources Management22MBA21Mr. Muralidar NayakLinkLinkLinkLink
8Financial Management22MBA22Mrs. Priya H VLink
9Research Methodology and IPR22MBA23Mrs. B S BhavaniLinkLinkLink
10Operations Research22MBA24Ms. Ayesha ZebaLinkLinkLinkLink
11Strategic Management22MBA25Mr. Mohammed MonishLink
12Managerial Economics22MBA26Mr. Muralidar NayakLinkLinkLinkLink
13Emerging Exponential Technologies20MBA301Mr. Mohammed MonishLink
14Technology & Operational Strategy20MBA302Mrs. B S BhavaniLinkLinkLinkLink
15Services Marketing20MBAMM303Mr. Muralidar NayakLinkLinkLinkLink
16Marketing Research & Analytics20MBAMM304Mrs. Priya H V
17Investment Management20MBAFM 303Ms. Yogashree C
18Direct Taxation20MBAFM 304Ms. Ayesha ZebaLinkLinkLinkLink
19Recruitment & Selection20MBAHR303Mr. Muralidar NayakLinkLinkLinkLink
20Human Resource Analytics20MBAHR304Mrs. Priya H VLinkLink
21B2B Marketing Management20MBAMM401Mr. Mohammed MonishLink
22Logistics and Supply Chain Management20MBAMM402Mr. Muralidar NayakLinkLinkLinkLink
23Digital Marketing Management20MBAMM403Ms. Ayesha ZebaLinkLinkLinkLink
24Risk Management and Insurance20MBAFM401Ms. Ayesha ZebaLinkLinkLink
25Financial Derivatives20MBAFM402Mrs. Priya H VLinkLinkLink
26Indirect Taxation20MBAFM403Ms. Ayesha ZebaLinkLinkLink
27Organizational Leadership20MBAHR401Mrs. Priya H VLink

ACHIEVEMENTS

Faculty Achievements

Publication details

  • Mohammed Monish, “Consumer Attitude And Behaviour Towards Online Shopping Of Gold & Diamond Jewelers” – SRF International & National Research Journal & Book Publication House
  • Mohammed Monish, Muralidar Nayak, “AR & VR: Consumer Behaviour”  – Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies – ACT 2023 Scopus & Elsevier
  • Mohammed Monish, “Jeweltech-understanding the dimensions of consumer behaviour towards online shopping of jewellery” International conference on reimagining marketing with technology – 2023
  • Muralidar Nayak, Mohammed Monish, Online Advertising: Impact of chatbots on promotions” Advances in Computing, Control, and Telecommunication Technologies – ACT 2023 Scopus & Elsevier
  • Bhavbi BS, “Healthcare Servicescape and Behavioural Intention”- ACT 2023 Scopus & Elsevier

 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

TOPPERS List

SL.NO

Batch USN NAME

CGPA

1 2021-23 4RA21BA017 Farhinakhan Bakshi 9.1
2 2021-23 4RA21BA011 Ayeza Ameen 9.05
3 2020-22 4RA20BA020 Meghana CM 8.73
4 2020-22 4RA20BA025 Nisarga KM 8.5
5 2019-21 4RA19BA021 Megha KC 8.5
6 2018-20 4RA18BA018 Jayashree 8.8
7 2017-19 4RA17BA041 Ruksar 8.8
8 2017-19 4RA17BA039 Sushma HL 8.6

 

FINANCIAL ASSITANCE FOR PROJECTS

 

Funding Agency

Total No. of

Sanctioned Projects

Total Amount in Rs.

Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology,Bengaluru 1 4000

 

 SPORTS & CULTURAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Sl. No

Name of the Students Events Date Name of the Program and Organizer

Awards/Certificates

1 Amith and Team Cultural Dance 02-02-2023 Management and Cultural Fest at MIT Mysore First prize
2 Bharathi and Team Sports 02-02-2023 MITMAS Second prize
3 Deepika & Shrutesh Face Painting 20-02-2018 Management and Cultural Fest at Shridevi Institute of Technology, Mangalore First prize
4 Amrin & Sumran Khan Marketing Event 20-02-2018 Management and Cultural Fest at Shridevi Institute of Technology, Mangalore Second prize
5 Bhavyashree

Purushotham

 

HR Event 20-02-2018 Management and Cultural Fest at Shridevi Institute of Technology, Mangalore Participated
6 Salman

Sushma

 

Finance Event 20-02-2018 Management and Cultural Fest at Shridevi Institute of Technology, Mangalore Participated
7 Vijay & Yuvaraj

 

Quiz 20-02-2018 Management and Cultural Fest at Shridevi Institute of Technology, Mangalore Participated

 

CO-CURRICULAR & EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

In RIT, MBA course was established in the year 2009 to create conducive learning environment which is innovative, personalized, trans-disciplinary and flexible for millennial students so that on completion of their MBA course they are ready to cater to the needs of Industry 4.0.

To cater the needs, the department has started a club called ‘EMBARK’ in 2017.

EMBARK: A platform to nurture innovation and leadership.

  • PRAGYAN- State Level Management Fest
  • CAPe- Conduct And Participate
  • jagRiti- CSR activities
  • DIGImark- Digitalisation and Management
  • SWASti- Student development activities
  • enGAP- Industrial visit
Pragyan – State Level Management Fest

Pragyan – The State Level Management Fest is a flagship program of MBA department, RIT. The one day fest includes a variety of events; both management and non-management, where the participants across Karnataka battle it out through their mettle through knowledge, skill and creativity.

PRAGYAN includes various events like:-
  • Marketing
  • Team Building
  • HR
  • Face Painting
  • Finance
  • Best out of wastes
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CApe- Conduct and Participate

Cape is an inter department activity where students of odd semester will participate in various indoor and outdoor team building activities.

 
jagRITi – CSR ACTIVITY

CSR activities under EMBARK aims to create an environment where in students will embrace responsibilities to serve the community & society.

DIGIMARK – Digitalisation and Management

Under DIGIMARK various workshops conducted every year like Advance Excel, Business Analytics, SPSS analytics, etc.

Two days’ Workshop on Microsoft Excel for Managers

Conducted on: 15.09.2022 to 16-09.2022

Objective

This course is mandatory for people who deal with Data in a big or small way irrespective of the profession/business they take up. Especially, people who heavily chum out data for insights can achieve greater productivity levels using Microsoft Excel.

Key Take-away

This training will enable students to familiarize and expose themselves with the Excel’s most powerful functions, features and formulas

  • Know How to use Excel’s features in a productive way,
  • Know How to build powerful formulas,
  • Make Dynamic charts, Interactive Dashboards and use other visualization features
  • Learn various intricacies of Microsoft Excel environment.

Expert Talk – Career Opportunities in Financial Services Conducted on: 10.01.2023

Objective

MBA graduates specializing in Finance and Marketing  have wide opportunities to build their careers in Financial Services with special reference to Stock Market and Trading both at National and International Level. In this regard An Expert talk was organized on 10.01.2023 at 11.00 am to 3rd semester MBA Students in an order to guide the students about the required preparations to build the career and also to start preparing to crack interviews in such companies.

enGAP- INDUSTRIAL VISIT

The main objective of industrial Tour was to bridge the gap between classroom teaching and practical working environment and to bring in some positive intangible changes to the personalities of students which results from long distance group travel and industrial visit. 

LOCAL INDUSTRIAL VISIT Visited on: 20.09.2023
Objective of Visit 

The main objective of industrial Tour was to bridge the gap between classroom teaching and practical working environment and to bring in some positive intangible changes to the personalities of students which results from long distance group travel and industrial visit. 

This gap was filled by the industrial visit program are

  • Technical Objective
  1. To learn purchasing strategies of KMF
  2. To have brief outlook on the storage, movement of milk, daily routine, storage, lab testing of incoming products etc.
  • Managerial Objective
  1. To know about managerial structure of KMF
  2. To learn labour management, logistic management and Hr policies of KMF.

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Process of Mentoring

Mentor-Allotted Student Groups

The allocation of 15-20 students to each mentor ensures a manageable and personalized approach. With a smaller group, mentors can devote more attention to understanding each student’s needs, strengths, and areas for improvement. This arrangement facilitates effective mentor-student relationships and allows mentors to offer more individualized guidance.

Academic Information Management System (AIMS)- VMedulife ERP

The utilization of AIMS (VMedulife ERP) for recording and maintaining student details is a smart approach. AIMS provides a centralized platform where mentors can store academic records, personal interests, progress assessments, and any special considerations for each student. This digital system aids in organized tracking and ensures easy access to relevant information when planning mentoring sessions.

Mentoring Frequency

The plan to schedule three to four interactive sessions per student is beneficial for several reasons. Regular interaction enables mentors to closely monitor students’ progress and address any challenges or concerns promptly. These sessions can involve discussing academic goals, study techniques, clarifying doubts, and exploring personal interests. The frequency ensures consistent support and guidance throughout the academic term.

1st Mentoring Session will comprise the following points (Before IA test 1):

  • Mentors will collect the List of Advanced, Average and Slow Learners from the
  • Discuss about the students Interests, Hobbies and their inclination towards curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular.
  • Discussion of previous semester’s Academic Discussion on importance of internal tests and attendance.
  • Enquire about the preparations for the 1st Internal

2nd Mentoring Meet (Before IA test 2):

 Discuss about the 1st IA performance with respect to courses. If the student performance is unsatisfactory, then reasons for their low scoring are discussed and accordingly suggestions are given.

Students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities for

  • Discussion on Attendance

3rd Mentoring Meet (Before IA test 3)

Discuss about the 2nd IA performance with respect to courses. If the student performance is unsatisfactory, then reasons for their low scoring are discussed and accordingly suggestions are given.

  • Students will be advised to attend the 3 IA compulsorily and to prepare action plan for the Semester End Exam preparation.
  • Discussion on Attendance

4th Mentoring Meet (After IA test-3 Optional)

  • Non-compliance of any points raised in the above mentoring sessions
  • Students will be advised on the above

Note: The Internal Assessment performance and attendance status of each student will be communicated to the respective parents.

Maximum No. of Students

per Mentor

15 to 20

Frequency of Mentoring

3 to 4 per Semester and more if needed

Prerequisite

Mentor prepares list of Advanced, Average and Slow Learners based on the previous Academic Performance

Mentoring-I

Discussion and comments on:

1.     Previous Performance

2.     Hobbies & Co-curricular Activities

3.     Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-II

Discussion and comments on:

1.     Review of previous counselling

2.     IA-1 Performance

3.     Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-III

Discussion and comments on:

1.     Review of previous counselling

2.     IA-2 Performance

3.     Teaching and Learning Process

Mentoring-IV (Optional)

Discussion and comments on:

1.  Advice on Non-compliances

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