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Department of Management Studies Poornima Group of Colleges, Jaipur
The Journey…. • Poornima College of Engineering established in year 2000. Department of Management Studies started in 2006. • Poornima School of Management and Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology established in 2007. • Poornima School of Business Management and Shanti Education Society’s Group of Institutions added to the group in 2009. Department of Management Studies, Poornima Group of Colleges conducts the MBA and other management programs for all the group institutions.
Poornima JIET Education Foundation (PJF) The Poornima Group Colleges at Jaipur and JIET Group Colleges at Jodhpur, set up by common promoters, created, in 2007 -08 an umbrella advisory organization with the name Poornima JIET Education Foundation, PJF in short, for pursuing their common objectives of creating educational infrastructure and providing quality education in the field of engineering and management. The functioning of DMS PGC, as of other Poornima and JIET group institutions is guided by the suggestions on broad policies and strategies made by the Advisory Board of PJF.
PJF Advisory Board • Sh. D. R. MEHTA - CHAIRMAN (Former Dy. Governor, RBI and Chairman SEBI) • Sh. INDERJIT KHANNA - MEMBER (Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Rajasthan) • Dr. KANTA AHUJA - MEMBER (Former Vice Chancellor, University of Rajasthan) • Dr. VIJAY PAL SINGH - MEMBER (Texas A&M University, USA) • Prof. VISHWANATH SINHA - MEMBER (IIT Kanpur & Director, LNMIT) • Dr. S. S. ACHARYA - MEMBER (Former Director, Institute of Development Studies) • Sh. V. K. LADIA - MEMBER (Industrialist and Former Chairman of Confederation of CITI) • Dr. S. M. SETH (Former Professor, IIT Roorkee and Ex-Director, National Institute of Hydrology ) - MEMBER SECY.
Administrative Set Up of DMS PGC NAME Dr. S. M. SETH DESIGNATION Director General, PGC S. K. SINGHI R. K. AGARWAL, IAS (Retd) HARI SINGH SHEKHAWAT M. K. M SHAH Director, PGC Advisor, PGC Chief Engineer, PGC Chief Financial Officer, PGC Asst. Dean (Acad. ) Asst. Dean (Admn. ) AMISH DUGAR ABHAYJEET SINGH Adequate In-house Core Faculty at various levels - Associate Professor,
Fact File of DMS PGC Year of establishment : Session 2006 -07 Approval : AICTE /RTU Courses : MBA Present Student Strength : 540 Faculty : 23 Library : 2378 books, 148 periodicals, 98 journals Computer labs : 3 (30 systems each) Other Facilities : Language Lab, GD Rooms, Audio Visual / Presentation Hall Residential (Hostel) : 7 hostels accommodating 750 boys and 350 girls engineering and management students of group colleges. Some flats for residence of faculty and a guest house are added facilities. Internet : Lease Line (2 MBPS – Shared) Transport : 25 buses for faculty and students
Department of Management Studies Poornima Group of Colleges • Vision “To equip students with management skills and knowledge to successfully meet the challenges posed by globalization” • Mission “ To provide comprehensive management education and necessary technical skills by developing a professional outlook in every walk of life”
ATTRIBUTES OF POORNIMITES
Infrastructure • Elegantly designed infrastructure. • Multiple Group Discussion / Activity Rooms, Presentation Rooms and Language Lab • State of art auditorium with a seating capacity of 480 persons. • Transport Service connected to all corners of Jaipur with a fleet of 25 buses. • Resourceful Library.
Regular Activities @ DMS PGC • Conducting the major industrial tour in 3 rd Semester to large and diversified industries. • Conducting capsule courses in Retail Management, Capital Markets, Banking Operations and International Business Management apart from regular academics. • Regular special lectures from industry representatives so as to enhance practical exposure.
Industrial Tours • 3 -day Industrial Tour (within the state) is conducted for MBA Part I students and 1 week Industrial Tour (outside the state) is conducted for MBA Part II students, providing opportunity of intensive industry interface. Visits are arranged in groups of 60 with close tie-up with industrial units of repute. • Tour experience shared by each group with all MBA students and faculty by way of power point presentations in the auditorium.
Special Lectures • Some of the special lectures conducted by DMS-PGC S. No. Topic Delivered By 1. Challenges of Governance Mr. Indrajeet Khanna 2. Fundamentals of Macro Economy Dr. Kanta Ahuja 3. Being a Successful Management Graduate Prof. Neeraj Gupta 4. Corporate Social Responsibility Mr. Amitava Banerjee 5. Brand Management Mr. Manoj Gupta 6. Changing Face of Indian Consumer Mr. Arindam Das 7. The Indo US Nuclear Deal Dr. G. Balachandran 8. Civil Aviation Industry in India Mr. Sunil Arora
Some Major Industries Visited • Denso Haryana (Pvt. ) Ltd. , Manesar. Auto ancillary – Major supplier for Maruti • Hi-Tech Gears, Manesar Auto ancillary – Major supplier for Hero Honda • Shree Cement, Khushkhera Bhiwadi Cement Sector. • Continental Engines, Bhiwadi Auto ancillary – Major supplies to Mitsubishi, Japan
Industries Visited • Ginni International, Neemrana Textile – Spinning and Weaving. • Garima Overseas, Neemrana Auto Ancillary – Major supplies to Maruti. • Havells, Alwar Cables and Wirings • Lord’s Chloro and Alkalies, Alwar Chemical
Management Development Programs • DMS PGC organizes Management Development Programs/ Workshops for meeting specific needs of sponsoring organisations, primarily Government Departments. • So far 24 such MDP’s have been organized in past one year, at various locations in Rajasthan.
Co – Curricular Activities • DMS PGC consistently focuses on all round development of students. • It includes academic, professional as well as psychological development of students. • Soft Skill Development Program on regular basis • DMS PGC is committed to provide multidimensional avenues to students for such development.
Other events at DMS PGC • • • Orientation Program. Freshers’ Day Function. Sports Week. Management Day Celebrations. Farewell Day Function. Group Colleges activities organized on special occasions – Teachers’ Day, Republic Day, Independence Day, Faculty Felicitation Program etc. • Live Projects assignments, and visits to organizations/NGOs, especially to inculcate human/ethical values considered important for management professionals.