Department of Management
Head of Department: Prof. L. S. Sharma,
Period of Headship : 01.07.2017 to 30.6.2020
Ph: 0389-2330261/9862569024/8794714351 (M)
The department was established in the academic session 2006-07 and now offers full time MBA programme. The programme comprises of four semesters during in which the students have to undertake 100 credit papers under CBCS pattern and carry out a project work during summer training on real world problem in a corporate world. This boutique programme is built on the foundation of activity based learning model. Participants in this programme will experience a challenging developmental process which builds character, competency and confidence and fosters the understanding of business and sound judgment. The programme offers an integrated set of skills from the fundamental functional areas within all business to the practical methods of analysis and execution of decision-making to gaining strategic perspective and delivering recommendations. The department offers specialization in four disciplines – Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, and Small Business & Entrepreneurship Development.
Starting from 2014 (August), the Department has started 5 years Integrated Masters in Business Administration (IMBA) having an exit option at the end of 3 years (6th Semester) with an BBA degree.
The programme is based on the objectives of enabling young learners develop a business sense, to impart knowledge of principles and practice of management, to develop the skill and competence for joining the corporate world and to equip and enable the learners to start a new business venture.
Accordingly, the programme has major components of working in real world situations under the careful guidance of mentors.
To be a business school of first choice that can change the lives for the better through value based education and research
- To develop committed professional of excellence
- To serve young aspirants through different management courses in North East India and beyond
- To impart field oriented research relevant to business and management in the changing global scenario
The main research interests of the Department of Management are in the following areas of Professional and management disciplines, Business Economics, International Economics, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour, Financial Management, Financial Markets and Institutions, SecuritiesMarkets, Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship, E-business, E-governance, Information Technology, Management Information System, Climate Change and Carbon Management, Production and Operations, Marketing, Consumer Behaviour, Operations Research and so on.