Master Of Business Administration (MBA)

Overview

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The Department of Business Administration was established in the year 2009. Currently, the department is offering Master of Business Administration (MBA) full-time Post- Graduate Program affiliated to RTMNU under the specialization of Finance, Marketing ,Operations and Human Resource Management and sanctioned intake is 60 seats We, at JIT strive to meet the growing requirements of updated management education with innovation and constructive approach. Programme provide a good blend of theoretical knowledge coupled with practical results-oriented training. The Department has a dedicated Training and Placement Cell with good placement ratio of students through multinational companies like Axis Bank, Goel Ganga, TGN, Tata Consultancy Services, Amazon.in etc.

Vision & Mission

Vision

To be an eminent business school through academic excellence, envisaging transformational ideas for societal development.

Mission

  1. To produce efficient managers who are not only equipped with Managerial skills but also possess sense of social responsibility to uplift the organizations and society.
  2. To provide an integrated learning environment and opportunities for students to master the skills and knowledge necessary for effective participation and management of modern organizations.
  3. To inculcate communication skill, team spirit, ethics, leadership and decision making skills among students.
HOD
HODMBA

Dr. Swati Rahate HOD (MBA)

MBA in today’s scenario is considered as a basic qualification for management positions be it in Finance, Marketing,Operations or HR department of an organization. The major advantages of pursuing MBA is the exposure to the theories of management and their practical implications, understanding the actual organizational environment, the working culture and learning the ways to become successful managers in various disciplines. In present globally acquired business environment, dynamic managers having vision, resourcefulness and proficiency to face the problems and challenges are in demand. Keeping this in view, Department of Business Administration, JIT trains the students with quality education and skill sets required in business world. The pedagogy followed is in coherence with ...
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Achievement
2. raymonds

Jhulelal Institute of technology’s, Department of Business Administration recently organized an industrial visit to ‘Raymonds ltd’

Jhulelal Institute of technology’s, Department of Business Administration recently organized an industrial visit to ‘Raymonds ltd’ Saunsar Plant, Chindwara District, M.P. All the students of first and second year visited the premises of Raymonds., HR Manager Mr. Ashish Dubey from Raymonds coordinated the visit.

Purpose of the visit was to understand the concepts of textile manufacturing. Students were given live demonstration of the product layout, processing and packaging of the products and were given complete knowledge about the products manufactured by Raymonds. Students also learnt various safety and quality measures that are required in manufacturing Industry.

Prof. Swati Rahate—HOD JIT-MBA, Prof. Suhani Gidwani, Prof Amar Satijani accompanied the students along with Prof. Mahesh Chopde – Incharge of the visit.

Mr. Mahesh Sadhwani, Chairman SSCT, Mrs. Madhavi Wairagade, Director HR & Admin, Mr. Pramod Pampatwar, Director Technical, Dr. Debashish Bhowmick, Principal appreciated the efforts of the department.

3. ADROIT PHARMA , SHREYANSH WIRE INDUSTRIES

Jhulelal Institute of Technology’s Industrial Visit to Adroit Pharmaceuticals, Sunila Sara Aqua Products and Shreyans Wire Industries

Jhulelal Institute of technology’s, MBA Department recently organized an industrial visit to Adroit Pharmaceuticals, Shreyans Wires Limited and Sunila Sara Aqua Products, Wardhaman Nagar, Nagpur for first and second year students.

ADROIT PHARMA is a fully integrated pharmaceutical company with a comprehensive network of C&F agents & stockist across the country. Shreyans Wire Industries is a well-known Enamelled Copper Winding Wire Industry located centrally in India, at Nagpur city It is today globally known for its high quality enamelled copper winding wires. Sunila Sara Aqua Products is a leading manufacturer of aqua products in Nagpur.

Mr. Dinesh Agarwal, General Manager, Sunila Sara and Miss. Sarika Glatode, Quality Manager, Adroit Pharma coordinated the visit.

It was an effort of MBA Department to facilitate Industry Institute Interaction for MBA Students. The Purpose of the visit was to understand the concepts of manufacturing industries. Students were given live demonstration of the product layout, processing and packaging of the products and were given complete knowledge about the products manufactured by the companies. Students also learnt various safety and quality measures that are required in Pharmaceuticals Industry . Dr. Smita Rao and Prof Amar Satijani accompanied the students.

Mr. Mahesh Sadhwani, Chairman SSCT, Mr. Pramod Pampatwar, Director Technical, Mrs. Madhavi Wairagade, Director HR & Admin, Dr. Narendra Bawane, Principal, Dr Debashish Bhowmick, Vice Principal, Dr Swati Rahate HOD MBA appreciated the efforts of the department.

4. CAREERS IN BANKING

Jhulelal Institute of Technology’s Seminar on “Careers in Banking-Challenges and Road Ahead”

Jhulelal Institute of Technology’s, Department of Business Administration recently organized a seminar on Careers in Banking Challenges and Road Ahead by Mr. Shakthidhar PT Circle Human Resource Head, Nagpur Circle.

Mr. Shakthidhar has more than 11 years of experience in Banking and is currently associated as a Senior Manager with Axis Bank.

The session started with introduction of Banking Sector with types of Banks and various others aspects governing Indian Banking System. Students learned about various Job profiles in Banking and recruitment techniques. Sir also guided the students about various qualities that the HR Heads look while recruiting students. He told the importance of soft skills along with theoretical knowledge for working in any Multinational Companies.

Dr. Swati Rahate, HOD JIT-MBA, Prof Sangita Kukreja, Prof. Mahesh Chopde, Prof Amar Satijani and Prof. Suhani Gidwani thanked Mr Shakthidhar PT for sharing his experience with the students.

Mr. Mahesh Sadhwani, Chairman SSCT, Mr. Pramod Pampatwar, Director Technical, Mrs. Madhavi Wairagade, Director HR & Admin, Dr. Narendra Bawane, Principal, Dr Debashish Bhowmick, Vice Principal appreciated the efforts of the department.

5. SUNDER BISCUITS

Jhulelal Institute of Technology’s Industrial Visit to Sunder Biscuits

Jhulelal Institute of technology’s, MBA Department recently organized an industrial visit to Sunder Biscuits Factory, Koradi Road Nagpur for the students of first and second year students. Mr. Vishal Mukane, Quality Manager and Mr. Sunny Wadhwani, Business Development Manager coordinated the visit.

Sunder Biscuits is a major biscuit manufacturer in India. They have an experience of more than 2 decades in the biscuit manufacturing industry which enabled them to produce top quality products, all of which are rich in nutrition and have passed a series of quality control checks before they reach customers.

It was an effort of MBA Department to facilitate Industry Institute Interaction for MBA Students. The Purpose of the visit was to understand the concepts of manufacturing industries. Students were given live demonstration of the product layout, processing and packaging of the products and were given complete knowledge about the products manufactured by the company. Students also learnt various safety and quality measures that are required in Food Processing Industry. Dr. Smita Rao and Prof Amar Satijani accompanied the students.

Mr. Mahesh Sadhwani, Chairman SSCT, Mr. Pramod Pampatwar, Director Technical, Mrs. Madhavi Wairagade, Director HR & Admin, Dr. Narendra Bawane, Principal, Dr Debashish Bhowmick, Vice Principal, Dr Swati Rahate HOD MBA appreciated the efforts of the department.

Faculty Profile
Dr. Swati Rahate

Dr. Swati Rahate

Associate Professor

Qualification : BE, MBA, PhD Experience : 12 Years Subject of Specialization : HR

Dr. Surekha Jhichkar

Dr. Surekha Jhichkar

Professor

Qualification : BSc,BA, LLB MSc, MBA, Mphil, NET (UG), PhD Experience : 36 Years Subject of Specialization : HR

Dr. Smita Rao

Dr. Smita Rao

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B. Com, MBA, MA Economics, PhD Experience : 13 Years Subject of Specialization : Finance

Prof. Pramod Pampatwar

Prof. Pramod Pampatwar

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.E., M.B.A (PhD Pursuing) Experience : 34 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Finance

Prof. Madhavi Wairagade

Prof. Madhavi Wairagade

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B. Tech, M.B.A , PhD Pursuing Experience : 28 Years Subject of Specialization : HR

Prof. Sangita Kukreja

Prof. Sangita Kukreja

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.E., M.B.A Experience : 16 YEARS Subject Of Specialization : Marketing

Prof. Kunal Padole

Prof. Kunal Padole

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.A, M.B.A Experience : 10 Years Subject of Specialization : Marketing

Prof. Mahesh Chopde

Prof. Mahesh Chopde

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.Sc & LLB M.B.A , Mphil (Marketing) (PhD Thesis Submitted) Experience : 9 YEARS Subject of Specialization - Marketing

Prof. Chitra Gidwani

Prof. Chitra Gidwani

Assistant Professor

Qualification : BBA, MA, PGDM Experience : 3 YEARS Subject of Specialization : Marketing

Prof. Amar Satijani

Prof. Amar Satijani

Assistant Professor

Qualification : B.Sc., BA (Eco-), M.B.A Experience : 7 YEARS Subject of Specialization : Finance

Faculty Publications
  • Faculty Publications


S.No Title of the paper /Title of the book/chapters published Title of the proceedings of the conference Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number of the proceeding Name of the publisher
1 Value Based Engineering Education : Need for Development of employability Skills Required by Employers SANSHODHAN (UGC JOURNAL) 2018 2249-8567 Dr. Swati Rahate
2 Value Based Engineering Education : Need for Development of employability Skills Required by Employers SANSHODHAN (UGC JOURNAL) 2018 2249-8567 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
3 Gold Saving Scheme: An unusual way of investing in Gold thrust on Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme (SGBs) journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research 2018 ISSN: 2349-5162 Amar G. Satijani
4 Study of value based engineering education as an Imperative factor in personality development of student International Conference on Science Engineering for sustainable development 2017 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
5 Study of Value Based Engineering Education as a imperative factor in personality development of student with reference to engineering colleges in Nagpur International Conference on Science and Engineering for Sustainable development 2017 ISSN 2455-7773 Prof Swati Rahate
6 COMPANY LAW by mahesh chopde 2017 ISBN -978 -93 -5163 -615 -1 Thakur Publishers
Prof Mahesh Chopade
7 Working capital Structures and Liquiduty Analysis : An Empirical Research on Steel Manufacturing Industry in India Intercontinental Journal of Finance Research Review 2017 ISSN : 2321 – 0354 Dr. Smita Rao
8 Self Help Group – Bank Linkage : A Model for Empowering Women with Special Reference to Kshetriya Gramin Banks in Mahakaushal Region of Madhya Pradesh Abhinav National Monthly Refereed Journal of Research in Commerce and Management 2017 ISSN : 2277 – 1166 Dr. Smita Rao
9 E governance in India Challenges and Road Ahead Vishleshan International Journal for Engineering and Management 2017 2455-524X Prof Chitra Gidwani
10 Implication of Training in Manufacturing Unit : Thrust on Retention of Workforce,Himalaya Publishing House Pvt.Ltd., 159-164,. International Conference on “ Global Business Environment Affecting Indian Corporate” 2016 ISBN:978-93-5097-373-8 Prof Swati Rahate
11 Implication of Quality work life: Thrust on employee Retention International Journal of Research in IT & Management (IJRIM) 2016 ISSN(o):2231-4334, ISSN(p):2349-6517 Prof Swati Rahate
12 Implication of quality workforce in Industrial Sector International conference on “Demographic Dividend” 2016 Prof Swati Rahate
13 Implicatoins of students performance in apptitude test : Thrust on Engineering Career International Conference on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development 2016 ISSN No. 2455-7773 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
14 “Algorithm trading-a boon or curse to capital market for tomorrow” International Journal of Research in Finance and Marketing,  2016, Impact Factor: 5.861 2016 ISSN(o): 2231-5985 Prof Shreya Sharma
15 “ICT in Enhancing Effectiveness of Training Programmes in Organizations: Some Evidences”, International Conference on, “Globe Unified-Role of ICT-2015” 2015 ISBN-978-81-910118-9-0 Prof Swati Rahate
16 “Role of ICT on growth of Capital market, Thrust on Indian & US Capital Market” Globe Unified:Role of ICT-2015,Pg No. 323 International Conference held at Sinhgad Institute of Management,Pune 2015 ISBN:978-81-910118-9-0 Prof Shreya Sharma
17 “Issues & Challenges of Capital market for tomorrow with the increased use of algorithm trading”, “Managing Tomorrow: Issues & Challenges” held at Dr.D.Y.Patil Institute of Management Studies, Pune 2015 Prof Shreya Sharma
18 Study on the effect of NPA on the performance of yavatmal district central cooperative bank. International Conference 2015 Prof Mahesh Chopde
19 Marketing for rural consumer issues and challenges in markeing if district cooperative bank in Nagpur region National Conference 2015 Prof Mahesh Chopde
20 Globe Unified- Role of ICT in Customer Relationship Management In MNC International Conference Sinhgad Institute of Management 2015 ISBN- 978-81-910118-9-0 3 Prof Chitra Gidwani
21 Enterprise Value Creation through Creative Marketing Practices by adopting BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY in Haldirams Tirpude Institute of Management 2015 Prof Chitra Gidwani
22 Xth & MS-CET Score as a measure of Engineering Aptitude International Conference on Science and Technology for Society 2015 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
23 COMPANY LAW & SECTRETARIAL PRACTICE 2015 ISBN -978 -93 -5163 -615 -1 Thakur Publishers
Prof Mahesh Chopade
24 Financial Inclusion in India and Potential of Social Commerce National Conference at DAIMSR 2014 Dr. Smita Rao
25 Women Empowerment & Demographic Dividend with special reference to Banks in Madhya Pradesh International Conference at DAIMSR 2014 Dr. Smita Rao
26 Study of Indication of Engineering Aptitude of Students Based on their Performance in 10th and 12th board Exam. International conference on Industrial Automation & Computing 2014 Prof. Madhavi Wairagade
27 Introduction of credit default swaps : Implications on monetory policy and financial stability of developing economies like India International journal of Engineering research and applications 2014 ISSN : 2248 – 9622 Prof Kunal Padole
28 Introduction of credit default swaps : Implications on monetory policy and financial stability of developing economies like India International journal of Engineering research and applications 2014 ISSN : 2248 – 9622 Prof Mahesh Chopde
29 NPA : A Considerable issue in Grameen Samridhi International Conference at CIBMRD 2014 Dr. Smita Rao
30 An Analytical study on Investors’ Attitude Towards Mutual Fund Investors” Sai Om Journal of Commerece & Management 2014 ISSN – 2347 – 7563 Dr. Smita Rao
31 Impact of Receivables Management on Working Capital: A study on select cement Companies IJMRR 2014 ISSN : 2249 – 7196 Dr. Smita Rao
32 Working capital Structures and Liquiduty Analysis : An Empirical Research on Textiles Companies ZENITH International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 2014 ISSN 2232 – 5780; Vol.4 (7) Impact Factor 3.567 Dr. Smita Rao
33 Implication of Faculty empowerment National Seminar on “Institutional Quality Improvement:Role of Governance ,Leadership and Management” 2014 Prof Swati Rahate
34 Emerging Trends in training : Thrust on absenteeism of workers in Manufacturing Organizations International Journal of Developments in Trade, Commerce and Business(IJDTCB) on “Emerging trends in training” 2014 Vol I Prof Swati Rahate
35 Emerging Trends in E- Commerce 35th World Management Congress IJMR(International Journal of Multidisiplinary research 2014 Vol III Issue ((I) ISSN: 2277-9302 Chitra Gidwani
36 Analysis of Effectiveness of Employee Engagement With Respect to Training “Research Bulletin” an International quarterly Research Journal 2013 Vol.14, ,PP. 48-53 Prof Swati Rahate
37 Consumer Bahaviour – A tool for life Insurance Sector National Conference at GHIMR 2013 Dr. Smita Rao
38 Implication of Training & Development in Educational Sector : Trust on Retention of Academic Staff International Conference on “IT & Business Intelligence (ITBI-13)” 2013 Prof Swati Rahate
39 Implication of training in Ideal  work culture: Thrust on creativity and  productivity of workforce,   , National Conference on “Managing a Diverse Workforce-Impacts & Rewards” 2013 Prof Swati Rahate
40  Internal Quality Assurance Mechanism in Management Institutes National Seminar 2012 Prof Chitra Gidwani
41 Study & Analysis of E-Business for Employee Training w.r.t. Customer Relationship Management,Sagun Prakashan Amravati National Conference on“Role of IT in Education” 2012  ISBN 978-81-923393-3-7 Prof Swati Rahate
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      24 Aamir  Khan M aamir.aamir.khan92@gmail.com 2014
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      Key Features

      • Since 2009 the Department of Business Administration has offered Full time MBA Program tailored to the specific needs of professionals to meet the challenges of a dynamic global economy.
      • Affiliated to Rastrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University.
      • Recognized by All India Council for Technical Education AICTE, DTE and RTMNU
      • Highly qualified, committed & experienced faculty as per AICTE
      • A semester based modular approach to the learning process
      • Project based training program which includes industry internship program and a dissertation
      • Separate library enriched with latest books, magazines, national and international journals & e-journals
      • Excellent facilities for sports and cultural activities
      • Internet facility backed by 24 hours power supply
      • Programme provide a good blend of theoretical knowledge coupled with practical results-oriented training
      • The Department has a dedicated Training and Placement Cell with good placement ratio of students through multinational companies like Axis Bank, Goel Ganga, TGN, Tata Consultancy Services, Amazon.in etc.

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      Program Outcome (PO’s)

      On completion of Master Of Business Administration (MBA), Graduates will be able to

      1. Apply knowledge of management theories and practices to solve business problems.

      2. Foster Analytical and critical thinking abilities for data-based decision making.

      3. Ability to develop Value based Leadership ability.

      4. Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal, and ethical aspects of business.

      5. Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals, contributing effectively to a team environment.

      6. Have knowledge in the areas of marketing, finance, human resources, operations, economics and business laws.

      7. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of project management skills to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.

      8. Engage in independent and lifelong learning for continuous knowledge and skills acquisition.

      Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

      Graduates of Master Of Business Administration (MBA) will

      I. Succeed in applying management principles and concepts to real world business and organizational issues.
      II. Excel as practicing Managers, Business Leaders, Academicians and Researchers.
      III. Hold professional and ethical attitudes, effective communication skills and team work, life-long learning to become successful professionals.