News &Announcements: National Conference on Managing Business Enterprises in BRICS Countries NCMBE 2016
We organised an Industrial Visit for MBA students to a Production Unit On 7th march 2014 to PARLE Industrial visit, Behror Neemrana , Rajasthan
ICICI stock mind game was held on 25th November 2014.and one of our Final year MBA Student won first prise and got selected for national level competition.
An explosion of technological advances is continually transforming the way we live and do business. Engineering managers have incredible opportunities to play a significant role in shaping the development of these technological advances, and the course of the societal transformation they are fueling. Through the countless strategic and operational decisions they make, engineering managers guide the development of technology in the production of goods and services that fulfill commercial and social needs. To be as effective as possible, they must possess both the engineering expertise to understand the technology they are managing, and the managerial skills to facilitate the efficient development of that technology. Their effectiveness is further enhanced when they can integrate these two competencies by bringing area management perspective to the engineering problem and an engineering perspective to a management decision.
The Management program at JSSATEN is geared towards engineers who want to stay in a technological environment, but focus on managerial roles. Through an in-depth, real world group design project, and course content in management science, project management, decision and risk analysis, information technology, finance and accounting, systems analysis, and organizational behavior, students gain the technical and managerial skills necessary to become effective engineering managers. They also learn managerial skills to help organize and supervise people from different cultures and backgrounds so as to maximize teamwork, creativity, and productivity, and to do so in an environment of global awareness and concern for ethical issues. Further, they learn to navigate this process with a broad, global perspective that considers the full range of technical, economic, environmental, social, and other consequences over an appropriate time horizon. While critically important to the success of managers, many of these skills are not emphasized in traditional engineering curricula. Graduates of the Management program may work in the private or public sector, and in technological industries ranging from computers to manufacturing to construction. For companies to compete in today’s highly technical, dynamic, and competitive global economy, they not only need to have cutting-edge technology, but also the ability to manage it well. With a combination of solid technical expertise and managerial skills, graduates of the Management program are uniquely qualified to do so.
MBA careers are open to anyone who has earned an MBA degree. There are numerous MBA job opportunities available in nearly every business industry imaginable. The type of job you can get is often dependent on your work experience, your MBA specialization, the program you graduated from, and your individual skill-set.
The MBA degree is highly respected in the business world. If you network properly, update your skills regularly, and stay abreast of the industry you are interested in, your career options are virtually endless.
National Seminar on “Recent Trends in Management Research” on 4th April 2014.
Ashish Sharma, MBA IV Sem student has emerged as a Topper (Rank 1) at Regional level and qualified for the National Level of STOCKMIND CONTEST organised by ICICI Securities across the nation among more than 550 colleges including IIMs in the month of December 2013 .
Ashish Sharma, MBA IV Sem student has also won the best project award in HR category for his project titled “IMPACT OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ON THE HR PRACTICES IN NTPC” by Ghaziabad Management Association on the occasion of their 25th National Convention at Hotel Country Inn Suits, Sahibabad.