ABOUT THE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
"To mould every student into a holistic professional with sound engineering and managerial techniques through proper value addition with quality inputs from Humanities, Social Sciences and Management Sciences."
The School of Management (SOM) began its journey in the year 1989-90. Being interdisciplinary in its orientation, the school has expertise in three disciplines: Management, Economics, and Professional Communication. Till the academic year 2007-08, the School of Management has exclusively been a supporting institute with some core and some other elective courses offered to the B.Tech program students. Currently the school offers ‘Professional Communication’ to I/II Semester B.Tech students, ‘Engineering Economics’ as well as ‘Management Theory and Practice’ to V and VI Semester B.Tech students. The school also teaches ‘Managerial Economics’ and ‘Accounting and Financial Management’ to PG (MCA) and ‘Construction Economics and Accounting’ to M. Tech (Construction Technology and Management) students. Apart from this, the school floats optional courses such as Engineering Entrepreneurship. Accounting and Financial Management, Marketing Management, Business Policy, Human Resource Management amongst several others. Being thoroughly grounded in the Social Sciences, the school was well poised to take off – a new venture into Management Studies. The school thus started a new Post-Graduate programme, Master of Business Administration (MBA) in the academic year 2007-08. This program was designed to meet the increasing demand for quality manpower in the global business scenario and has been well received.
VISION OF THE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
Nurture competent professionals to become outstanding leaders and managers with values.
MISSION OF THE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
• Provide requisite managerial, social and communication skill sets to make our graduates readily employable.
• Foster and strengthen linkages with the industry and other leading business organizations.
• Mentor slow learners and socially disadvantaged students.
• Strengthen and further the research and consultancy initiatives.
• Attain one of the top positions among the leading B-Schools.