Counselling CodesEamcet-GCTC / M.Tech-GCTC1 / MBA–GCTC
Accredited by National Board of Accreditation

Profile

The Department of MBA was established in the year 2006 with an annual intake of 60 students.

The department is headed by Dr. A. Sita Madhavi. She has 16 years of experience in Research and Teaching. There are 3 Professor, 1 Associate Professor, 9 Assistant professors in the department. All the faculty members are well experienced in their areas of specialization and delivering quality-services to the best of their ability. The faculty of the department trains the students in preparation of mini-project reports (ARA & SIP), Power Point Presentations, delivering seminars and Main Project at the end of their programme.

The department offers soft-skills, case-studies, group discussions, expert Professional-Guest & Technical Lectures, Industrial Tours & Visits in addition to their curriculum which in-turn provides rich professional experience which will be helpful in stimulating simulative behavior in their career.

Knowledge in Business management influences better humane relations. Technical expertise coupled with management education is one of the most sort-after academic profiles in the current scenario. Management education helps candidates to face the cutthroat & stringent competition.


Department Vision and Mission

Vision
“Providing excellence in education to build a better tomorrow, through a realistic and research oriented environment.”

Mission

  • To offer high quality Masters in Business Administration and to prepare students for professional career.
  • To contribute towards societal development through imparting quality education.


Program Educational Objectives, Program Outcomes and Program Specific Outcomes

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • PE01: To prepare the students to lead a successful career in industry or pursue higher studies or become an entrepreneur
  • PE02: To train students so as to enable them to offer commercially feasible and socially acceptable, managerial solutions to technical/non technical problems.
  • PE03: To turn out graduates having the capability to demonstrate strong leadership skills, effective communication skills, professional etiquette and a desire to be a lifelong leaner

Program Outcomes(PO)

  • PO1: Demonstrate managerial competence, comprehensive knowledge and understanding the methodologies and technologies of functional areas of business applications
  • PO2: Apply the knowledge of statistics, behavioral science, operations and technology. Understand in detail, analyze, formulate and solve the issues pertaining to the business application
  • PO3: Identify investigate, understand and analyze complex problems pertaining to management applications in industries and identify effective solution strategies for implementation.
  • PO4: Inculcate the role of research in developing and maintaining knowledge of the state – of – the art in various technologies and application in industries. Acquire the skill to design, develop and modify systems in hardware and software platforms to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
  • PO5: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, modern management tools to complex activities in the field of business management.
  • PO6: Analyze and summarize complex information pertaining to various fields of management in industries. Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in a team.
  • PO7: Develop specifications, implement and critically assess projects and their outcomes. Demonstrate management, leadership and entrepreneurial skills, and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and a leader in a team to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments
  • PO8: Communicate effectively in both oral and written contexts in the form of research papers, project reports, design documents and seminar presentations.
  • PO9: Engage in self-improvement through continuous professional development and life –long learning to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of contemporary issues in various fields of management.
  • PO10: Apply and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities of management practice. Understand the importance of sustainability and cost effectiveness in design and development of managerial solutions for industries and their impact in societal and environmental context. Demonstrate awareness of societal, safety, health, legal and cultural issues relevant to professional management practice.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSO)
On completion of this program the graduate should be able to:

  • PSO1: Apply various concepts and strategies of business management
  • PSO2: Comprehend and analyze the importance of functional and inter functional areas.
  • PSO3: Recognize opportunities available and face the challenges in the national and global business environment and adapt accordingly.
  • PSO4: Carry out research in the field of management.
  • PSO5: Demonstrate team management skills and to become a competent leaders.
  • PSO6: Function as Ethical, conscious and socially responsible managers, capable of contributing to the development of the nation.


Syllabus


Faculty Details

Sl. No.Name of the Staff MemberDesignation
MBA
1Dr. S T Raj MohanProfessor, Dean-Admin
2Dr. A. Sita MadhaviProfessor & HoD
3Dr. J. Pardha SaradhiProfessor
4A.I.PrasanthAssociate Professor
5APS JyothiAssistant Professor
6K. Naupal ReddyAssistant Professor
7V. ShravaniAssistant Professor
8T. AbhilashAssistant Professor
9R. N. VardhiniAssistant Professor
MBA (Others)
10Ravi. SampangiAssistant Professor
11G. ArunaAssistant Professor
12K. Vijaya lakshmi`Assistant Professor
13K. LavanyaAssistant Professor

Faculty Publications

S.No.Name of the FacultyTitle of the Research PublicationInternational Journal/ National journalName of the JournalDate of Publication / Presentation
1Ms.K.Vijaya LakshmiEffectiveness of performance managementInternational Journal ISSN:2320-2882International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT)1st Feb, 2018
2Dr. J. Pardha SaradhiHome Loan Policies by selected banksInternational Journal ISSN No: 2319-1953International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science3 Application and Management Studies (IHSRCSAMS)November, 2017
3Ms.B.P.S. JyothiCorporate Reporting in IndiaInternational Journal ISSN No: 2348-6848International Journal of Research (IJR)December, 2017
4Mr.K.Naupal ReddyA Comparative study on Retail stores in HyderabadInternational Journal ISSN: 2321-7782International Journal of Advance Research in Computer Science and Management Studies7th Feb, 2018
5Mr.K.Naupal ReddyAn Analysis on Investment in Mutual Fund Through Systematic Investment Planning a Smart Investors PreferenceInternational Journal ISSN: 2321-7782International Journal of Advance Research in Computer Science and Management Studies7th July, 2017
6Mr.K.Naupal ReddyA Comparative Study on Performance of Self Help Groups In IndiaInternational Journal ISSN: 2455-4847International Journal of Latest Engineering and Management Research (IJLEMR)1st June, 2017
7Ms.G.ArunaImpact of rewards and recognition on Employee MotivationInternational Journal ISSN:2320-2882International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts (IJCRT)1st March, 2018

Guest Lectures/FDPs/Workshops/Seminars

Guest Lectures / SeminarsResource PersonDate
Advanced ExcelDr. Sasi Kumar, SSIM10 Nov 18
Case study and discussionDr. N. Sravanthi (Professor, MVSR) and Dr. Sandhya (Associate Professor, SNIST). 3 Nov 18
Empowerment through self education Dr. Y. Mohan Rao, Chairman, Sirveen Control Systems, Chairman, Swarth Brarathi27 oct 18
World Investor Week 2018K. Nagabhushan, Executive, BSE6 Oct 18
Indian Ethos and Management LessonsSri Panyam Srikar, trust member for Sri. Singeri Sivaganga Sri Sharada peetham, Hyderabad9 June 18
Advanced Excel Dr. Sasi Kumar, Associate Professor, Siva Sivani Institute of Management02-03-18, 03-03-18
Share Market Analysis Mr. Srinu Naik, Trainer, Trading academy, L.B Ngr., Hyd. & Asso. Prof., AVN College30-11-17
Career in Marketing ResearchMr. Srikanth Goud, IMRB22-02-17
Employability skill developmentMr. K. Suresh, Smart steps04-01-17
Entrepreneurship opportunities and Start Up cultureMr. Kashyap Kompella, Entrepreneurship Innovation Consultant13-07-16
Career orientation for MBA GraduatesMr. K. Suresh Kumar16-03-16
Success secrets for MBA studentsDr. K. V Subba Raju19-12-15
Career and Employability skillsDr. ML Sai Kumar(Prof. IPE)06-04-15
Products in Banking Sector, Career Opportunities, Preparation of Bankable
Projects & Expectations from MBA Students in this Direction
A.L. Nageswara Rao(Retd., GM-Andhra Bank)06-01-15

Course Files

Compiling course files is a concept which had been there for many years in professional college. Geethanjali takes the concept of course file to a new level altogether.

Efforts have been made to prepare course files on every subject taught in all branches altogether. This huge stack of information is specially prepared by the respective faculty members with examinations in mind. A wide variety of questions are compiled catering to the comprehension of the weakest student to challenge the mind of the brightest student.

Not only are the efforts of Geethanjali towards compiling the best material but efforts of the same level are put into ensuring that the students access the information. Group ideas are created for each class and the class representative receives this information which he/she passes it on to his/her classmates. All of them can access the information with the help of their username & password generated individually per student.

Along with important questions and answers generated unit wise. Not just this academic matter but our faculty also includes website addresses resourceful for their subjects, references and all possible project viva questions. The course files are updated every year and versions of it are released.


Staff Training

The staff of the department is actively engaged in Research work. The staff is sponsored to participate in the Seminars, Conferences, Workshops and Short term training programmers organized by various colleges and Professional bodies to enable them to update their knowledge in the respective subject.


Industry- Institute Relationship

1. 22 Students have taken HMA membership
2. 12 Students have taken up internship in Value labs
3. 54 Students have taken a minimum of one course from MOOCS.


Quality Control

The department follows the guidelines given by the Quality Control section time to time.

 

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