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Institute and Industry both play a vital role for the development of the country’s economy. The objective is to reduce the gap between industry expectations (practice) and academic offerings (theory) by direct involvement of industry to attain a symbiosis. There is a need for close interaction between these two. To fine-tune the academic delivery to ever changing requirements of the industry, knowledge sharing and catalyzing joint activities between the two are essential. There is an urgency to integrate the Institute system with Industry inputs, design curriculum on the advice of industry, knowledge and practical experience sharing from industry, faculty sabbaticals in industry and encourage industry driven research. This will make students ready for industry and help them to gain relevant industrial knowledge through flexi learning modules, quality course ware, curriculum in tune with industry needs, project work, contact programmes delivered by senior academics and experts from industry. Cell is a single point of source to the industry for seeking manpower requirement; provide students internships, summer trainings and projects. Sponsored and summer projects to faculty and joint Collaborations to bring awareness about science and technological advances.

All the Stakeholders, namely: Institutions, Industry, Students and Society stand to gain as it can be a win-win partnership. The Institutions stand to gain by way of up to date curricula, source of revenue generation by consultancy and R & D, source of manpower for employment, societal relevance, and most importantly acquisition of brand name/equity; industry stands to gain by way of availability of employable manpower pool, and increased productivity; faculty stand to gain by way of exposure to latest industry practices for more effective teaching learning processes, etc; students stand to gain by way of hands-on training, reduction of learning curve in industrial practices; and, society stands to gain by way of improved quality of goods and services.

  • Career Options
  • Project work
  • Guest Lectures
  • Industrial Visits / Industrial Tours
  • Idea Bank
  • Training & Placement
  • Summer Internship Programme
  • Useful links (Department website : )

Career  Directions

Career Options

Career Descriptions

Higher Education

MBA >    Ph.D

Careers in Teaching / Industry / R&D / Consulting

Public Sector Jobs



Bank Jobs

MBA > As a Probationary Offer in  Nationalised Banks

Bank Officer Jobs

Private Sector Jobs

MBA  >

HR Trainee, HR Recruiter , Research Analysist , Marketing Manager , Risk Advisor, Financial Manager, Business Development Manager , Business Development Executives,




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 school or program you graduated from, and your individual skill-set.

MBA Careers in Accounting

MBA students who specialize in accounting could choose to work in public, private, or government accounting. Responsibilities may include managing accounts receivable or accounts payable departments and transactions, tax preparation, financial tracking, or accounting consultancy. Job titles may include accountant, comptroller, accounting manager, or financial accounting consultant.

What Can I Do with an Accounting Degree?

Business majors who earn an accounting degree often go on to work as accountants. There are four basic types of accounting professionals:

  • Public Accountants - These accountants may work for non-profit organizations, for-profit organizations, governments, or individuals. Public accountants typically perform accounting, auditing, and tax work. However, they may also provide advice, consulting, or auditing services to their clients.
  • Management Accountants - Sometimes known as private or cost accountants, management accountants record and analyze financial information for their employers. Management accountants sometimes specialize in a particular area, such as cost accounting, financial analysis, or planning and budgeting.
  • Government Accountants - Government accountants can work for federal, state, or local governments. They often maintain revenue and expenditure records. Those who work for the federal government may serve as agents for the Internal Revenue Service. Jobs are also available in areas of financial management, administration, and budget analysis.
  • Internal Auditors - These specialized accountants examine records for the firms they work for to ferret out waste or fraud. They also review operations for efficiency, accuracy, and effectiveness.
MBA Careers in Finance

Finance is another popular MBA career option. Successful businesses always employ people who are knowledgable about various areas of the financial market. Possible job titles include financial analyst, budget analyst, finance officer, financial manager, financial planner, and investment banker

What Can I Do with a Finance Degree?

There are many different jobs available to graduates with a finance degree. Nearly every type of business needs someone with specialized financial knowledge. Degree holders can choose to work for a specific company, such as a corporation or bank, or choose to open their own business, such as a consulting firm or financial planning agency. Possible job options for individuals with a finance degree include, but are not limited to:

  • Credit Analyst - Credit analysts analyze financial information and assess the risk of offering credit to businesses (commercial business analysts) and individuals (consumer credit analysts.)
  • Finance Officer - Also known as a financial manager, finance officers typically manage the operations of banks, credit unions, and finance companies.
  • Financial Advisor - A financial advisor is a cross between a financial planner and investment advisor. These professionals’ help people invest money and achieve financial goals.
  • Financial Analyst - Financial analysts evaluate and analyze a company’s financial situation. They also prepare recommendations to help a company invest, manage, and spend company funds.
  • Financial Planner - A financial planner assists individuals with budgets, retirement planning, and other money management tasks.
  • Loan Officer - A loan officer is a bank or credit union employee that assists individuals during the loan process. Loan officers often assess creditworthiness and determine whether or not individuals are eligible for a loan.
  • Investment Banker - An investment banker advises and raises funds for a corporation.
MBA Careers in Information Technology

The information technology field also needs MBA grads to oversee projects, supervise people, and manage information systems. Career options can vary depending on your MBA specialization. Many MBA grads choose to work as project managers, information technology managers, and information systems managers.

MBA Careers in Marketing

Marketing is another common career path for MBA grads. Most large businesses--and many small businesses--utilize marketing professionals in some way. Career options could exist in areas of branding advertising, promotions, and public relations. Popular job titles include marketing manager, branding specialist, advertising executive, public relations specialist, and marketing analyst

What Can I Do with a Marketing Degree?

You can work almost anywhere with a marketing degree. Nearly every type of business or industry utilizes marketing professionals in some way. Job options for marketing degree holders include careers in advertising, brand management, market research, and public relations. Popular job titles include:

  • Account Executive - An account executive acts as a middleman between a company and advertising accounts. They make new contacts, secure new accounts, and maintain current business relationships.
  • Public Relations Specialist - Also known as a communication specialist or media specialist, a public relations specialist handles PR activities, such as writing press releases or speeches and communicating with the media.
  • Marketing Manager - Marketing managers are in charge of strategy: they identify potential markets, estimate demand, and promote brands, products, or services. They may also be known as advertising, brand, or product managers.
Project Work:

A student's first know-how with the corporate world should be experienced before the completion of post graduation. As a fresh post graduate, a college student could have many experiences outside of the classroom.

While in the final year many students have an opportunity to do their project work at various corporate companies all over in order to gain valuable real time experience. With this valuable experience, students will also have the opportunity to see if that particular field is something they would take up as their career or something else that would better suit them. A project work is a powerful resource that should be explored by all the students as it will benefit them in their career decision-making process.

Many companies provide an opportunity for the students who are in their final year of post graduation. The students should be alert and ready to utilize the opportunity that is provided by the companies. Aside from the possibility of doing a project work, there is an experience to be gained in a real time environment by working in a corporate company.

A student will learn knowledge and skill that are necessary to function within corporate world. Completing a project during graduation allows students to experience the real corporate world before having to completely devote themselves to one occupation for the rest of their lives.

What not to do in a project work

In addition to acquired knowledge in classroom or laboratory a project work provides several opportunities to students to learn various aspects of importance to an engineer. Along with the subject knowledge (analytical and technical skills) an student should possess the following skills:

Capability to work independently - to think, to conceptualize, to design, to functionalize, to diagnose on failures and to innovate.

  •  Learn to work as a team - sharing work amongst a group, learning human behaviour, etc.
  • Learn leadership qualities.
  • Learn to solve a problem through all its stages by understanding and applying project management skills.
  • Learn to do various implementations, and learn problems of system integration, fabrication, testing and troubleshooting.
  • Learn about some specific modern day technology.
  • Learn about issues and problems in prototyping and applications of technologies.
  • Learn communication skills.
  • Learn report writing skills
Guest lectures and Workshops

A high impetus is given on curriculum enrichment and industry - academia interactions through guest lecture and workshops, which is one of our core strengths. The Institute aims to create a learning and creative community of practice for academic and research excellence and gradually build a long-term relationship, with a collaborative and consultative network of experts from academia, R & D and Industry.

Industrial Visits / Industrial Tours

The students are exposed to the Industries through organised tours for their overall understanding of the business activities in the related fields. This is aimed to keep the students in constant touch with the actual practice followed in business organizations and also to make them visualise their own futuristic role in discharging their duties towards the business world. Industrial visit is an integral part of any management course, which helps students to get insight of the internal working environment of the company and also helps in attaining useful information related to the practical aspects of the course which cannot be visualized in lectures. They are also encouraged to take up research based projects from Industries.

IDEA Bank:

Ideate, innovate, incubate and execute are the modern mantras behind the evolution of great products and services in the economic enviornment of business. The clarity, consciousness, communication and confirmation are the respective aromas of these modern mantras.

Training & Placement

Training & Placement Cell forges ahead in building relations with the stalwarts of the industry and the upcoming new startups in the industry. Department of Training & Placement has taken initiatives of involving industry interaction and involvement in the growth of the institution as a research and keeping up with the trends in the industry.

The department identifies industry experts to become part of the Academic Advisory Committee and we help student chapters and Institutional membership like HMA, NHRD in organizing their Placement Counselling, Seminars to invite the CEOs of companies

Training & Placement Cell helps in organizing Placement Training Programmes in coordination with various agencies like Coign , Carrier Launcher, Impact for students to enhance their employability

Training & Placement Cell(TPC) has been facilitating the faculty from various departments to attend Soft skills and Technical training conducted by Corporates like Infosys, Wipro, IBM etc.

Our students have been placed with top global companies like Tech Mahindra , Genpact, ITC, Broadridge, ICICI SECURITIES, UG Group, CMS , Hitachi Consulting, India Mart, Sheela Group, Leo Advt., HDFC Bank, ING Vysya, Apollo Health Street, etc. College of Training & Placement is in interaction with Alumni to improve the placements of the college and pass necessary information to our students

Summer Internship Programme:

The Summer Internship Programme intends to broaden the intellect and understanding of students by providing an exposure to real life organizational and social situations. After the first year of study, the corporate and industry interaction by the way of summer internship is an effective aid in enabling our students to relate management theory with practice. It enables them to effectively put into use what they learn.

The Summer Internship Programme is a win-win situation for both, the organization and the students. Organizations benefit from the objective and unbiased perspective the students provide based on the concepts and skills imbibed in the first year at the institute. The work carried out by the students helps them to consolidate their concepts on the different facets of management. The summer interns also act as ambassadors of the organization and help in brand broadcasting on campus.

  • Faculty Development
  • Sponsored Projects
  • Seminar Workshop etc
Faculty Development Programmes:

Faculty members also actively associate in industry interaction seminars and National/ International Conferences. Such a portfolio helps them in both knowledge generation and dissemination and also in keeping constant touch with recent developments in industry and other sectors as well as global environment, to make education and training programmes more meaningful and relevant. Besides, it helps in benefiting from the synergies between research, literature development and conduction of educational and training programmes. It also provides a platform to international faculty to participate and contribute actively and meaningfully to the Institute’s academic activities in a short period of time.

A salient and outstanding feature of the faculty of the institute is that every faculty engages in Research, Teaching in Post Graduate Programme, Interactive Distance Learning Programmes Faculty Development Programmes, and conducts one or more Management Development Programmes every year. Faculty members also actively associate in industry interaction seminars and National/ International Conferences. Such a portfolio helps them in both knowledge generation and dissemination and also in keeping constant touch with recent developments in industry and other sectors as well as global environment, to make education and training programmes more meaningful and relevant. Besides, it helps in benefiting from the synergies between research, literature development and conduction of educational and training programmes. It also provides a platform to international faculty to participate and contribute actively and meaningfully to the Institute's academic activities in a short period of time.

  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Research publications
  • Externally funded R & D projects and consultancy work
  • Interactions of faculty members with outside world
  • Faculty Development Programme
  • Orgazing / participating Conferences / Seminars
  • Department Journal / other Journal Editor Board Member
  • Professional activities and Relationship with professional bodies i.e.HMA, NHRD
  •  Arrangement of expert Lectures from industries and funding agencies.