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CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES

JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA

PLACEMENT
BROCHURE

2011
Our
Vision..
To be a global centre of
excellence in management
education & research.

Our
Mission..
To provide a value based platform for
imparting quality management education
to equip future corporate leaders.
Contents
About Jamia Millia Islamia........................ 2
Message from Vice Chancellor ................. 3
Message from the Director ....................... 4
Message from the Placement Cell.............. 5
Centre for Management Studies
An Introduction..................................... 6-7
Board of Management.............................. 8
Faculty................................................ 9-11
MBA Programme Curriculum.............. 12-14
Infrastructure..................................... 15-17
Subject Association................................. 18
International Relations ............................19
Seminars and Workshops........................ 19
Corporate Relations ............................... 20
Student Profile-MBA Final Year............21-29
Student Profile-MBA First Year ............30-36

MBAPLACEMENT 2011
2 JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA

About
JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA
“They built up the Jamia Millia stone by stone and sacrifice by sacrifice,” said
Sarojini Naidu, the nightingale of India. The story of Jamia's growth from a
small institution in the pre-independence India to a central university located in
New Delhi offering integrated education from nursery to research in
specialized areas is a saga of
dedication, conviction and vision of a
people who worked against all odds
and saw it growing step by step.
In Urdu language, Jamia means 'University', and Millia
means 'National'.Jamia Millia Islamia was originally
established in 1920 at Aligarh in United Provinces, India.
Under the colonial British rule, two dominant trends
joined hands and contributed towards in the birth of Jamia.The anti-colonial activism signified by
the Khilafat and the pro-independence aspirations symbolised by the non-cooperation
movement of the Indian National Congress helped to harness creative energies
and the subsequent making of Jamia Millia Islamia.
Rabindranath Tagore called it “one of the most progressive educational
institutions of India”.The known freedom fighter and Muslim theologian,
Maulana Mehmud Hasan, laid the foundation stone of Jamia Millia Islamia at
Aligarh on Friday, 29 October 1920. On 22 November 1920, Hakim Ajmal Khan
was elected the first chancellor of
Jamia. Mohamed Ali Jauhar became
Jamia's first Vice Chancellor, as Allama Iqbal could not
accept the offer made through Gandhi ji. It also elected a
syndicate and created a syllabus subcommittee.
Since then Jamia has seen many ups and downs. The
saying, 'when going gets tough the tough gets going'
cannot be truer about Jamia. In 1925 Jamia shifted from
Aligarh to Karol Bagh, New Delhi. Jamia followed Gandhiji's constructive programme for self-
reliance while it took to Charkha and Takli as favoured vocations.In the same year a group of
three friends studying in Germany Dr. Zakir Husain, Dr. Abid Husain and Dr. Mohammad Mujeeb
decided to serve Jamia.
As a result of continuous efforts Jamia Millia Islamia was made a central university of India in
December 1988 by a Special Act of Parliament. And the process of producing smart, responsible
and civilized individuals is still going on. It will keep contributing for the
development of society.
Today, Jamia Millia Islamia is one of the most prominent and promising Central
Universities of the country. The academic programs of the university leading to
the higher education degrees, diplomas and certificates are offered through
various Faculties, Departments and Teaching & Research centres.
MESSAGE 3

Message from the


Vice-Chancellor
J amia Millia Islamia, a central university has more than 20,000 students on its
roll and has approximately 700 full time faculty members. The university has 9
Faculties with 36 Departments and 27 Centres of excellence and research and
runs more than 200 courses.
One of the prestigious degrees awarded by Jamia Millia Islamia is the Master of
Business Administration (MBA), a postgraduate business degree, aimed at
preparing management professionals for the global business needs.
The much sought after MBA (full-time) programme of the university, with an intake
of 60 students, strives to provide the best possible opportunities, skill
development and knowledge to students. The availability of inter-disciplinary
knowledge resources from many well-known faculties, departments and centres
of university enriches the programme immensely. The programme is guided and
continuously mentored by a Board of Management, comprising of eminent
experts drawn from the field of management education and from the corporate
world.
Apart from successfully completing their rigorous academic training at the
university, the current batch of MBA postgraduates has also undergone summer
internship at reputed firms in India and abroad in a variety of projects
encompassing different domains of the business world. These students are now
all ready to enter the corporate world as also equipped to contribute in different
ways to the development of the institutions they join.
As the head of this institution, I request you to kindly arrange a visit by senior
corporate executives of your esteemed company to our University. The visit will
enable you to acquaint yourselves first-hand with our students and make a
selection. I have no doubt that my students will not just do the university proud but
will also be a value addition to any organisation they join.
I thank you for your continued support and encouragement and look forward to
establishing a long-term relation between Jamia Millia Islamia and your esteemed
organisation.

(Najeeb Jung)
Vice-Chancellor
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Message from the


Director

I t gives me great pleasure to invite you to the Placement Program of MBA (Full Time) at
Centre for Management Studies (CMS), Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (A central
university by an act of parliament)
The MBA (Full Time) programme is now in its seventh year since it was launched in the year
2003. The programme is structured on the UGC's model curricula. The centre admits a
batch size of 60 students, selected from a large number of students through the process of
its own entrance examination, group discussions followed by personal interviews. The
number of candidates seeking admission to the programme is increasing every year
implying that the programme has gained popularity amongst the students aspiring for an
MBA degree.
The movement towards a global economy and unprecedented economic and technological
changes have given rise to great opportunities for development of newer methodologies in
the field of management. With companies' growing awareness of increasing opportunities
as well as competitive threats, they are looking for management graduates, who with their
fresh insights and innovative ideas can develop strategies for sustainable growth.
Thus, the dynamics of today's business and integration of global economies need a unique
class of leaders. Hence, strategic thinking, wealth creating and business acumen to
compete, excel and win are amongst the salient competencies required at the middle and
senior level. I am sure you are looking for leaders, who will prove their mettle in the industry
and who have a formal business management education from a reputed and accredited
business school. At CMS we have developed an environment that ensures rigor,
encourages team work and expects excellence. Further, because of our other post-
graduate programme in International Business and also with a good number of international
students, an atmosphere of varied international, cultural and corporate exposure prevails in
the centre. Such an atmosphere develops in our students a thirst for innovation and a will to
excel.
I take this opportunity to invite your esteem organization to campus for recruitment of our
students. I am sure these “Change Masters” will be valuable assets of your organizations for
the times to come.

Prof. U.M. Amin


Director
MESSAGE 5

Message from the

University Placement Cell

T he technological revolution and the forces of globalization have changed


functionality of organizations in the recent years. We at Jamia Millia
Islamia endeavor to enable our students to move forward confidently; to
embrace change rather than follow; to innovate rather than remain stagnant
and to initiate rather than respond and thereby to become competent
managers and dynamic entrepreneurs in a rapidly changing economic and
industrial environment.
Rihan Khan Suri We solicit your cooperation in our attempt to create a knowledge society that
Placement Officer fortifies the intellectual, physical, mental and spiritual dimensions of
individuals for holistic development.
You are cordially invited to our campus to interact with our new age
professional managers and assess their skills to assist helping your
organization grow perpetually.

Corporate Placement Cell


I n turbulent times, the business model of every enterprise has undergone a
sea change. The recent global turmoil has opened opportunities for
management institutions to respond and customize their outputs to the
emerging management practices. We recognize this fact and endeavor to
inculcate the blend of theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and attitude
in our budding managers to grow with our organization and help in achieving
your vision and mission.
Looking forward to your visit to our campus and a long lasting relationship.
Dr. P.K. Gupta
Placement Advisor
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CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES


A panoramic view of the Business environment in the country highlights many prospects. The
coming age of management education has been indispensable. Steady Growth in the numbers
of qualified and well trained management professionals is a requisite. Jamia Millia Islamia, an
institution of sustained legacy could not stay back. The university in order to respond to the ever-
increasing demand for Full-Time quality MBA programme established an autonomous Centre for
Management Studies approved by the Executive Council of the University. The University has
constituted an Advisory Committee under the chairmanship of the Vice-Chancellor with prominent
academicians and professionals in management and business education as members to oversee
and guide the programme of the Centre. The Centre for Management Studies presently offers three
courses of study viz. MBA (Full Time), Ph.D & Masters of International Business. Each degree
course offered at CMS has been carefully designed to achieve set targets- that include educating
the student as regards the market updates along with the trends that have for long been followed.
Ph.D
The centre has started Ph.D programme in management from the academic session 2006-07. The
centre endeavors to produce quality research in analytical and applied areas of strategic and
various functional areas of management. The centre also aims to work in various areas of
importance to the country including infrastructural development, Information technology, poverty
alleviation, social and cultural issues with active support and coordination of the government and
non-profit organizations. The eligibility criteria, formalities required for admission and other aspects
of the Ph.D. programme are governed by
the rules and regulations of Jamia Millia
Islamia.
MBA (Full-Time)
The MBA (Full-Time) Programme, started
in the academic session 2003-04, is aimed
at preparing management professionals
for the global business needs. The course
contents, duration and methodology of the
programme are largely based on latest
UGC Model Curriculum for MBA. Besides,
the programme is designed to be unique in
the sense that it seeks to emphasize global
business perspectives.
Major Highlights
The objectives of the management programmes are to facilitate the development of individuals as:
Proficient managers who have acculturated the contemporary global trends in business.
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Professionals who respond to the socio-economic and organisational challenges of the present
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global environment with alacrity & exactitude.
Contributors to national development.
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Experts with the ardour for innovation and an impulse to excel.
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Responsible
l individuals with a conscience towards social responsibility and betterment of the
underprivileged.
Entrepreneurs who imbibe and act with the highest principles of ethics.
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The primary aim of the institution is to ensure that every student is honed as a professional in every
sphere of life. The Centre for Management Studies has become synonymous with quality education.
CMS prides itself for its student-centric attitude which has come to be the hallmark of the institute.
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This excellence emanates from the


underneath privileges.
Focus on Global Business Management
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Eminent in house faculty supplemented by
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visiting faculty from industry / business /
foreign university.
Strong university industry interface to
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facilitate industry interaction and hands on
training for students.
Extensive Information Technology
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application.
Curriculum is continuously updated to
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meet the changing requirements of the
industry along with new economic
realities.
Up-to-date curriculum to meet the
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changing requirements of the industry along with new economic realities.
Participatory Learning Approach making use of out of the box techniques.
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Students are groomed in an Interactive learning environment.
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CMS does not confine itself to a management degree but avenues into the domain of Comprehensive
education. The infrastructural facilities, together with well qualified faculty, excellent teaching
methodology and target oriented teaching sessions provide an ambience for students to be able to reach
the pinnacle of excellence and success. CMS is where students are entrusted with resources and
responsibilities early on sculpturing their future as well as ours.A CMS manager is equipped to lead, no
matter where he goes. At CMS we create cognizant, competent and confident business leaders.
The two-year programme aims to provide knowledge and skills, which develop confidence in the students
to work on problems in varied organizational frameworks. The modular design of the curriculum stimulates
conceptual and perpetual skills. The content is such that after a strong foundation has been built in basic
disciplines, advanced work in particular areas are a natural extension. Following training in core subjects,
students choose electives, which along with project work and other assignments complete the degree
requirements. Besides, centre also organizes Faculty Development Programs (refresher courses), and
Management Development Programs (MDPs) to facilitate the spread of views on education and industry
among the larger groups.
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8 BOARD OF MANAGEMENT

BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
CHAIRMAN

Mr. Najeeb Jung


Vice-Chancellor

MEMBERS

Prof. Abad Ahmad Prof. S.M Sajid


Former Pro Vice-Chancellor & Professor Registrar, Jamia Millia Islamia
Faculty of Management Studies
University of Delhi Prof. Furqan Qamar
Professor, Centre for Management
Prof. Prahlad K. Basu Studies Jamia Millia Islamia
Former Secretary, Govt of India,
Former Chairman IIM Kolkata Dr. Amirul H. Ansari
Associate Professor, Centre for
Prof. Pritam Singh Management Studies
Former Director, IIM Bangalore, IIM Jamia Millia Islamia
Lucknow and MDI Gurgaon
Dr. Saif Siddiqui
Prof. S. Sikandar Nabi Assistant Professor, Centre for
Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Management Studies
Jamia Millia Islamia
Technology, Jamia Millia Islamia

Mr. S. Inayat Ali Zaidi


Department of Tourism, Hotel, MEMBER AND CONVENOR
Hospitality and Heritage Studies,
Jamia Millia Islamia
Prof. U.M. Amin
Prof. Anjali Gandhi Hony. Director, Centre for
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences Management Studies,
Jamia Millia Islamia Jamia Millia Islamia
FACULTY 9

FA C U LT Y
Dr. Prahlad K. Basu
Professor
BA Economics Honours (1st class, 1st rank, University of Calcutta, Presidency
College),BA Economics tripos (Cantab), MA(Cantab), Ph.D. (Business Administration),
CBIM (London), CCI Mgt (London), F. Inst of Public Administration (New York), Elected
Member of High Table, Kings College, Cambridge, Member of the Political Economy
Club, Cambridge and Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge. Awarded over brook
fellowship of Yale university Currently Director at Cambridge Advance Management
program.
Area: Strategy, Leadership.
He had been Chairman, Board for Reconstruction of Public Sector Enterprises, World Bank's Chief
Advisor on Public Enterprises in Africa and Kuala Lampur, UN Advisor on Development Administration /
ESCAP-APDC, Kuala Lampur, Permanent Secretary to the Govt. of India in the Ministries of Steel Mines,
Planning and Programme Implementation, New Delhi,. Director General, Bureau of Public Enterprises,
Govt. of India, New Delhi, Chairman IIM (Calcutta), Chairman National Aluminum Company Ltd.,
Bhubaneswar, Managing Director, Shipping Corp. of India, Bombay. He has been teaching Strategic
Management, Restructuring and Leadership in several Universities of India and UK.

Prof. U.M. Amin


Hony. Director & Professor
B.E. (Hons.) Chemical Engineering from B.I.T.S. Pilani, M.Tech Chemical Engineering
from I.I.T., New Delhi, MBA (Marketing) from FMS, University of Delhi.
Area: Strategic Management, Marketing Management, Consumer Behavior
He has been an astute & result oriented professional with 33 years of experience in the
industry in the areas of strategy formulation & implementation, Project sales &
marketing, business development, key account management & projects. He has been
involved in marketing of capital goods including turn-key projects to industrial sectors that include
chemical, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, petroleum refinery, food and fertilizer industries etc. A keen
planner, strategist & implementer with demonstrated abilities in devising marketing activities and
accelerating the business growth. Functional skills include Strategic Planning, Market Penetration,
Account Management, Pre-Sales Efforts, Competitor / Market Analysis, Team Leadership. He has been
teaching strategic Management, Marketing Management and Consumer Behavior subjects for last 10
years. His research interests include Strategic issues in R&D management, Consumer behavior and
international Marketing.

Prof. Furqan Qamar (On deputation as V.C., Central university of Himachal


Pradesh)

Professor
Ph.D. in Financial Control from the University of Lucknow, Advanced Management
Programme (AMP) from the Clare College, Cambridge on Commonwealth Fellowship.
Area: Finance, Research Methodology
He has published extensively in journals such as Management Review (IIM Bangalore),
Journal of Education & Social Change (IIE Pune), Journal of Educational Planning & Administration and
has authored two books. He has to his credit several research projects funded by the national agencies
and has provided consultancies to universities, educational institutions and corporate sectors in the areas
of financial control, resource use efficiency, effective resource utilization and manpower planning. He also
served as Adviser (Education) in Planning Commission, Government of India. Prof. Furqan Qamar was
the Vice Chancellor of the University of Rajasthan at Jaipur before assuming charge as the first Vice
Chancellor of the Central University of Himachal Pradesh.
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Dr. Amirul Hasan Ansari


Associate Professor
M.A., M.Phil & Ph.D from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, P.G. Diploma in Training & Development
from Indian Society for Training & Development, Delhi.
Area: Organizational behavior, International/Strategic Human Resource Management
He entered to academics with national and international corporate experience. Apartment from India
he has a stint of working in the United Kingdom as Training & Education Manager. He has eighteen
years of teaching experience at post graduate level. His major commitment is in teaching
Organizational behavior, International as well as Strategic Human Resource Management. He has
attended and presented research papers in various national and international seminars and
conferences in India and abroad. To his credit there are a good number of publications in the journals
of repute. He has provided consultancy to national and international corporate in the concerned area.
His current research interest is issues related to strategy and leadership.

Dr. P.K. Gupta


Associate Professor
M.Com, NET and JRF, Ph.D (Finance), FICWA, FCS, CFA, F-III
Area: Finance and Risk Management
He has experience of more than 18 years in industry and academics. He has exposure to various
facets of the industry including project management, resource mobilization, corporate restructuring
and business valuation. He has presented papers in various international conferences and has won
outstanding research awards. He has worked on many funded research projects including that of
UGC and also represented Jamia on various international forums. He has been organizing seminars,
workshops and MDPs in the area of finance and risk management and has been actively involved in
various consultancy assignments. He has authored seven books that include Insurance and Risk
Management (2004 & 2010), Human Resource Information Systems (2004) and Legal Aspect of
Insurance (2006). He is the founder of Society for Professional Development (Regd.), Delhi and
President of Delhi Professionals Association (Regd.), Delhi. He is also the Regional Director (Hony.)
of the Delhi chapter of PRMIA, USA. He is also a visiting faculty with prestigious management
institutions of the country. His current area of research interest is enterprise wide risk management.

Dr. Rahela Farooqi


Reader
Ph.D (Human Resource), MBA from Faculty of Management Studies and Research, AMU Aligarh
Area: Marketing
She has qualified NET and JRF in Management in 2000. She has presented papers in national and
international conferences in India and Abroad. Her Area's include Managerial Economics, Service
Marketing and Sales and Distribution Management and Training and Development.

Dr. Kavita Chauhan


Reader
Ph.D (E-Commerce) from Guru Jambheshwar University, Hisar, MBA (E-Commerce) from Guru
Gobind Singh Indraprastha University
Area: Marketing
She has qualified UGC NET in Management. She has been in research for the last eight years and
has written many articles and research papers in trends of Marketing. Her area of teaching is
Advertising Management, Retailing, Customer Relationship Management, International Marketing,
Business Communication, Management Information System and Knowledge Management. She had
provided consultancy to Japan Design Foundation (Japan Government) in the area of Marketing.
She has done Major Research Project on Electronic Integrated Marketing Communication funded by
UGC.
FACULTY 11
Dr. Saif Siddiqui
Assistant Professor
Ph.D, M.Com, PGDFM, UGC-NET
Area: Finance, Entrepreneurship
He has more than 10 years of experience in industry and academics. He is an active researcher
and has published several research papers, articles, case studies, book reviews in reputed
Indian and Foreign Journals. He has authored one book and presently working on another. His
current areas of interest are Stock Markets, Venture Capital Financing and Entrepreneurship.
He has recently completed a Minor project funded by National Stock Exchange of India Ltd.
Mr. Saiyed Wajid Ali
Assistant Professor
MBA, B.Sc. (Computer Science), Pursuing Ph.D.
Area: Product and Brand Management, Management Science, Entrepreneurship.
He has Qualified UGC NET in Management. He started his career with Crystal Hues Limited, a
multinational company which has got its collaboration with Euro Logos group of Russia as
Manager Marketing & Promotions. He was Involved in Product Development and Marketing
Communication for a very popular portal called gift-flowers.com for three years. He worked
with Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, Gwalior as Lecturer in Business
Studies for five years. He is also involved in training volunteers for common wealth games
2010.
Area of research: Entrepreneurship and Intrepreneurship.
Ms. Rachna Gedam
Assistant Professor
B.Sc, MBA (Human Resource) from Nagpur University. Diploma ISTD, Delhi.
Area: Human Resource Management and Organization Behavior.
She has qualified UGC NET in Human Resource Management. She has attended national and
international conferences. She is presently taking papers on industrial Relations Training and
Development, Organization Behavior and Change, Human resource management,
Compensation Management and Human Resource Information System
Ms. Sunayana
Assistant Professor
B.sc (Bio), MBA (HR) from FMS, MDSU, Ajmer, Pursuing Ph.D.
Area: Human Resource Management and Strategic Management.
She has qualified UGC NET in Management. She started her career with Rajasthan Institute of
Engineering and Technology, Jaipur. Then she worked with Government engineering college
Jhalawar (Rajasthan) as Assistant Professor.
Area of Research: Tourism.
Mr. S.Veeramani
Assistant Professor
B.Sc Industrial Chemistry, Madras University, IMM (IB) - International Management,
Pondicherry University, MA(Pol.Sc) Gold Medal, Madurai Kama raj University, M.Phil-
International Organization, JNU, Ph.D- Political Economy, JNU.
Area: International Business, Export Import Management, Globalization, Business
Environment and Political Economy. He has qualified UGC NET in IR/HRM.
Dr. Taufeeque Ahmad Siddiqui
Assistant Professor
M.Com, MBA, Ph.D from A.M.U Aligarh.
Area: Finance and Accounts
He has qualified UGC NET
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MBA (Full Time)


Programme Curriculum
The MBA programme is spread over four semesters. The first two semesters
provide an insight into the fundamentals of various disciplines of management
and has a generalist approach. This is followed by an eight week summer training
programme to provide proactive interaction with industry and also to provide a
first-hand experience of the corporate world. The third and the fourth semester
focus on chosen specialized areas. The curriculum offers a wide choice to the
students with specialization ranging from Finance, Marketing, Human Resource,
Operations, and International Business.
The programme envisages providing state-of-the-art infrastructure in terms of the
campus, well-equipped library and competing IT integration. The MBA
programme has full time faculty, which is highly qualified, competent and
committed to fulfill the vision of making the MBA programme of Jamia Millia
Islamia - a class apart, rendering quality education and transforming the
candidates from mere students to value-added professionals.
The programme also seeks to lay special emphasis on improving the language
proficiency and communication skills of students. It emphasizes on the teaching
methodology and pedagogy by incorporating more of case discussions,
presentations and role playing which make classrooms more interactive so that
they are more learning oriented.

Scheme of Papers and Marks


Details Semester I Semester II Semester III Semester IV Total
Compulsory Papers 8 8 3 1 20
Optional Papers 6 3 09
Summer Training Report 1 01
Final Project Report 2 02
Total Papers 8 8 10 6 32
Maximum Marks 800 800 1000 600 3200
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develop conceptual and practical skills of budding managerial minds.
The approach includes the following steps
Classroom Teaching: The state-of-the-art theoretical inputs are provided by the faculty of the institute.
Self Study: To get the feel of changing business environment, the future managers are required to visit
industries and call out information from newspapers, magazines, journals and reference books.
Case Method: To expose the budding managers to (i) Real Life Situation (ii) Develop analytical abilities
and (ii) Improve Communication Skills, the case method is extensively used in the pedagogy.
Research Project: The curriculum requires the student to undertake comprehensive projects. These
projects required the students to deal with specific topics by intensive discussion with industry personnel
supplemented by library work so as to collect and analyze primary data. On completion the faculty and
external examiner evaluate the projects.
Summer Training:
Though classroom learning is given emphasis, students are required to take up a number of practical
projects in different courses of the programme in which information gathered from the business / industry
are analyzed and presented in the form of reports. While exposing the students to the theories and
concepts of modern management, no efforts are spared to develop practical orientation in them. After
completing the first two semesters of instruction during the first year, all students are required to undergo
practical training in an organization for a period of eight to ten weeks during the summer months. Each
student is selected by a reputed company and given a practical assignment. The student works under the
guidance of a senior manager in the organization and submits a report to the organization. The
performance of the student is also evaluated by the organization and communicated to the University in
confidence.
Evaluation:
Students' performance is assessed through a continuous system of tests, quizzes, class participation,
midterm evaluation and semester-end examination to ensure highest academic standards as well as
practical orientation.
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14 MBA (FULL TIME) COURSE STRUCTURE

Core Courses

Semester-I Semester-II
l Principles of Management l Organization Behavior and Change
l Quantitative Methods and Business Statistics l Management Science
l Managerial Economics l Human Resource Management
l Business and Economic Environment l Financial Management
l Business Communication and Management l Marketing Management
Skill Development l Production and Operations Management
l Accounting For Management Decision Making l Methodology of Business Research
l Business Ethics and Corporate Governance l International Business Environment
l Computer Applications in Management
Semester-IV
Semester-III l Corporate Structuring and Leadership
l Business Policy and Strategic Analysis l Comprehensive Project Work
l Decision Support and Management Information l Optional I-III
System
l Business Legislation
l Summer Training Project
l Electives I-VI

SPECIALIZATION & ELECTIVES


Finance Marketing International Business
Financial Decisions Analysis
X Advanced Consumer Behavior
X International Accounting
X
Security Analysis and Investment Management
X Advertising Management
X International Financial Management
X
Portfolio Management
X Consumer-based Marketing
X International Financial Markets
X
International Financial Management
X Strategies Foreign Exchange Markets
X
Management of
X Financial Services International Marketing
X International Marketing
X
Management Control System
X Sales and Distribution Management
X Export-Import Procedures,
X
International Accounting
X Industrial Documentation and Logistics
Corporate Taxation
X Business Marketing
X Regional Blocks
X
Financial Derivatives
X Sales Promotion Management
X International Economic Organization
X
Project Planning, Analysis and Management
X Marketing of Services
X India's Foreign Trade Policy
X
International Financial markets
X Product and Brand Management
X Global Human Resource Management
X
Management of
X Financial Institutions Planning and Managing Retail
X
Working Capital Management
X Business
Infrastructure Financing
X Internet Marketing & E-Commerce
X
Enterprise Risk Management
X Advanced Marketing Research
X
Insurance and Risk Customer Relationship Management
X
Management
X Supply Chain Management
X
Financial Engineering
X
Strategic Financial Management
X

Human Resource Operations


Management of
X Industrial Relations Operations Management
X
Management of
X Comparative Relations Purchasing and Materials Management
X
Manpower Development for Technological Change
X Total Quality Management
X
Compensation Management
X Production Planning and Control
X
Legal Framework Governing Human Relations
X Applied Operations Research
X
Management Training and Development
X Logistics Management
X
Managing Interpersonal and Group Processes
X Goal Programming in Management
X
Organizational Change and Intervention
X Transportation Management
X
Counselling Skills for Managers
X Service Operations Management
X
Human Resource Development; Strategies & Systems
X World Class Manufacturing
X
Human Resource Planning and Development
X
Gross Cultural and Global Management
X
Human Resource Information System
X
INFRASTRUCTURE 15
INFRASTRUCTURE
THE LIBRARY

The students of MBA have full-fledged access to one of the best managed
libraries in the country. The library is fully equipped with various types of
facilities like OPAC (On-Line Public Access Catalogue) with wide range of
network access across the campus wide LAN. It stocks as well as garners the
best books and has a collection of more than 3.5 lac volumes, more than 500
subscriptions of journals including foreign journals.
Most of the core journals in the field of
Marketing, Finance, Human Resource
Management, and Strategic
Management are available in the library.
Popular business newspapers and magazines
including Financial Times (London) Harward Business
Review (HBR), the Economist and many reputed online
journals are subscribed by the library. Besides this, the
department has its own library with good collection of text and
reference books and reputed journals in the various areas of
management.

COMPUTING FACILITIES

Students have access to the most modern state-of-the-art


computer centre with high computer to student ratio. The
centre has switch-based local area network operating
under Windows NT. The students can work on various
platforms such as Windows Vista, XP and Linux and
software like SPSS, Lotus Smart Suite etc. The systems
are supported by a variety of peripherals such as high
speed network laser printer, high resolution color
scanners, ink jet printers, laser printers etc., DVD drives
etc. Internet connectivity has been provided in all the computers for the lab.

ANSARI AUDITORIUM

The central auditorium has seating capacity for more than 600 attendees. It has world class acoustic
arrangements complete with seating and lighting arrangements. It has various national and
international level events.
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SEMINAR HALL

The institute has a well-equipped Seminar Hall for conducting various academic activities like
Guest Lectures, Workshops, and Seminars etc. It also serves as the venue for holding corporate
interaction programs.

HOSTEL FACILITIES

The institute has 7 hostels for boys and 4


hostels for girls where students from
different religions, cultures, castes and
ethnic background reside giving a true
cosmopolitan look to the hostel. The hostel
provides various facilities like 24 hour
internet facility, library cum reading room,
common room, recreation room,
playground, RO purifier, hygienic dining
hall, 24 hours power backup, telephone
facilities etc.

CAFETERIA

The Cafeteria is a popular


point for the student's and
serves a variety of snacks
and drinks, which are
provided at subsidized
rates. Apart from the
departmental canteens, a
new Wi-Fi enabled 'Uth
Café 'has emerged as
popular junction in the
campus.
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SPORTS FACILITIES

Jamia Millia Islamia has been a top destination for learners from across the country. Students at the
university not only excel in academics but stand out in
sportsmanship. Students easily access the world
class sporting facilities at the university. The
university boasts the Bhopal cricket ground which
has been the centre stage of several events like the
women cricket world cup and has produced stalwarts
like Bishen Singh Bedi and Virender Sehwag.
Adjacent to it are the basketball court and the
gymnasium. A sprawling state of the art facility has
come up for the commonwealth games. The Bhopal
cricket ground was upgraded to a world class sports
complex. It served as a practice venue for the rugby
and table tennis players during the Commonwealth
games. The refurbished and upgraded complex is proving to be a permanent asset for students who have
the zeal to perform better. The University devotes full attention to its young sportspersons and extends
full support to them. Students have won appreciation and accolades at several occasions.
Jamia has over the years proved that in its pursuit of providing highest quality education to its pupil, the
institution upholds a holistic approach to their development. The students at the university put these
facilities to their best use. CMS organizes many sports events here.
M.F. HUSSAIN ART GALLERY

Jamia's inherent love for art is quite evident from the infrastructure of the University campus. M.F. Hussain
Art Gallery beautifully depicts this.

M.A. ANSARI HEALTH CENTRE

The M.A. Ansari Health Centre provides


health care facilities for University students
and employees.
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18 SUBJECT ASSOCIATION

SUBJECT ASSOCIATION
CMS has a very active subject association,
which helps the students take initiative and
provide leadership in organization of events,
exhibitions and management games. It
coordinates and provides administrative
support to various student activities and events
taking place at CMS besides taking decisions
regarding student affairs in consultation with the
Director. The diverse range of activities that the
students undertake outside their classrooms
complements the inputs through the curriculum.
Students are encouraged to voluntarily
associate themselves and participate in both
co-curricular and extracurricular activities.
Vive Rue
Towards a bright future: The purpose of Viva Rue-the training and placement club is to ensure
good final and summer placements for the students of CMS. It makes representations to the
Human Resource departments of various organizations, and arranges pre placement talks,
interviews, group discussions or any other selection activities of companies for CMS.
Hume'lan
The HR confidence: The HR club focuses on keeping the students up to date with the
happening in the field of HR. The activities including seminars, conferences, debates, etc are
regularly organized to enhance the relevant skills required to make a successful HR
professional in the corporate world.
Finopsis
The crux of finance: The finance club aims at educating students about all aspects of modern
day finance and financial institutions which helps the students to develop practical knowledge.
Mark Gusto
Marketing with zest: The objective of the marketing club is to bring an understanding in the
students of the ever evolving field of marketing. From time to time the club organizes various
stimulation exercises, guest lectures and tries to provide information to the students, so that
their professional development is enriched.
Falcon
Your energy, our enthusiasm (cultural): the cultural club not only focuses on management as a
subject but also integrates the various fields. It endeavours to build team work and
coordination through various events like educational tours, cultural functions and
management festivals.
INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS 19
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
The Centre has MOU with University of Applied
Sciences, Erfurt, Germany. In 2004, German
students visited our campus and in September
2005, 2007, 2008 & 2009 our students attended
the Summer School organized by the
Management Department of the University of
Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany. This year
also our students have participated in two-week
summer school in Germany.

SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS


The Centre organizes seminars, conferences,
workshops, penal discussions on a regular basis on
SEMINARS
various topics of management AND WORKSHOPS
and socio-economic
issues. A select list of some prominent ones
includes:
•Supply Chain Management.
•Seminar on Globalization and the State Revised
•Globalization and the limits of Redistributivism.
•Global Convergence of Financial Reporting
•Workshop in Entrepreneurship by National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN)
•Open dialogue “Corporate Meet”
•Seminar on autonomy in Institutions of Higher Learning's organized jointly with IASSI
and Faculty of Social Sciences, JMI
•Seminar on budget jointly with PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
•Workshop on Consumer awareness jointly with Consumer's Forum
•Role of public sector in World's Greatest Mixed Economies
•Marketing of Services-Strategies for success.
CORPORATE
20 RELATIONS 1
CORPORATE RELATIONS
CMS has established a Corporate Relations Cell for enhancing the
exposure of the students and to act as an interface between the Institution
and the corporate world. It has been set up with the objective of bringing
industry and academia close to each other. In addition to organizing
management development programmes, various activities like
consultancy, research and in-company training programmes, industry
visits, guest lectures, quizzes, it actively involve students to develop
personal and professional skills.
Corporate Relations Cell also help students by counseling them to choose
an appropriate career depending on their aptitude and interest. It help the
students to find appropriate summer projects and final placements.

Air India
? Kotak Securities
?
AI Tayer Group, Dubai
? Kotak Mahindra Life Insurance
?
Airtel
? LIC
?
AIS Auto Glass
? L&T
?
American Express
? Max New York Life
?
Bank of America
? Maruti Suzuki India Ltd
?
Bharti Realty Ltd
? MTNL
?
BHEL
? MTS
?
Bisleri
? Matrix Cellular
?
Bombay Dyeing
? NTPC
?
Cadbury India
? ONGC
?
Coca Cola India
? O General
?
Citibank
? Pepsi Co
?
Cushman & Wakefield
? Pipal Research
?
DLF
? PVR Cinemas
?
Evalueserve
? Ranbaxy
?
Ernst & Young
? Religare Ltd
?
ETA, Ascon, Dubai
? Reliance Communication Ltd
?
Future Generalli
? Reliance Life Insurance
?
HCL
? SAIL
?
HDFC Standard Life
? SBI
?
HPCL
? Siemens
?
HT Media Ltd
? Standard Chartered Bank
?
HDFC Bank Ltd
? Spice Digital Ltd
?
Hindustan Zinc Ltd
? TCS
?
Honda Motors
? TATA Capital
?
Honda Siel Cars India Ltd
? TATA Power
?
IOCL
? TATA Tele Services
?
ICICI Bank Ltd
? TATA Docomo
?
India Bulls Securities
? Times Business Solution
?
ICICI Prudential
? Vodafone
?
ITC Hotels
? WIPRO
?
Indraprastha Gas Limited
? Yamaha India Motors
?
STUDENT PROFILE 21
Student Profile
2009-2011
Background Profile

Major Specialisation Areas

Work Experience Profile

Major-Minor Breakup
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FINANCE
Bishal Kumar Karn Chandrika Dutt (23)
(25) Qualifications: B. Sc (H & HA)
Qualifications: BBS Minor: I.B
Minor: I.B Internship Company: Tata
Internship Company: Capital Ltd
PVR Cinema Internship project:
Internship project: study Portfolio management at Tata
of growth & financial capital Ltd
position

Devika Sharma (22) Manju (24)


Qualifications: BCA Qualifications: B.Sc Zoology (H)
Minor: I.B Minor: I.B
Internship Company: Internship Company: Titan
MTNL Industries
Internship project: study Internship project: Working
of how effectively MTNL capital management at Titan
is using its compensation Industries ltd.
administration system in
improving its employee
performance

Md. Bilal Ghayas (22) Md. Mozammil (25)


Qualifications: B.Com (H) Qualifications: B.Sc. Biotech
Minor: Marketing Minor: Marketing
Internship Company: Internship Company: Religare
Mahmood Saeed Technova IT Services Ltd.,
Collective Co. Noida
Internship project: Internship project: market
Preparation of financial research for healthcare
A/C & statements information service.

Md. Mudassir Rahat (27) Mohd Rehan Baba (23)


Qualifications: B.Tech Qualification: B.Com (H)
(Comp. Sc) Minor: I.B
Minor: Marketing Internship Company:
Internship Company: Indraprastha Gas Ltd
ICICI Bank Internship Project:
Internship project: Wealth Performance Analysis of IGL
management programme
Work Exp.: 36 months
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FINANCE
Mohit Kaul (22) Subhanshi Arya (22)
Qualification: B.Com Qualification: B.B.A
Minor: Marketing Minor: Marketing
Internship Company: Internship Company: SAIL
Standard Chartered Bank Internship Project: Critical
Internship Project: Analysis of expansion of
Comparison of Mortgage Bokaro Steel Plant
offerings from Branch with
Customers and Market
Expectation

Naresh Kumar (23) Razia Neshat (26)


Qualifications: B.Sc Biotech Qualifications: B.Tech
Minor: Marketing (Electrical)
Internship Company: Religare Minor: I.B
Technova Internship Company:
Internship project: Market Evalueserve
research for healthcare
information service and to
study healthcare ecosystem in
Delhi.

Rukhsana Tabassum (23) Santosh Kumar (24)


Qualifications: B.Com (H) Qualifications: B.com (H)
Minor: Marketing Minor: Marketing
Internship Company: Kotak Internship Company: HDFC
Securities Internship project: Study on
Internship project: Equity process of recruitment of
Advisory and Portfolio financial agent
Management

Shweta Chandra (22) Sandeep Kumar (25)


Qualifications: B. Com Qualification: B.Sc (Math's)
Minor: Marketing Minor: I.B
Internship Company: Air Internship Company: CMI Ltd.
India Internship Project: Working
Internship project: Route Capital Management
economics of domestic Work Exp: 30 months
flights and determining
their profit & loss
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FINANCE
Syed Mohd. Fahad (25) Anoop Kumar (22)
Qualification: B.Tech Qualification: B.Com (H)
(Electrical) Minor: I.B
Minor: I.B Internship Company: TATA
Internship Company: Teleservice Ltd
Times Business Solution Internship Project: Analysis
Internship Project: of Factor that affects the
Analysis of SAP R/3 FICO Profitability of CoCo stores
Work Experience: 15
month

Khalid Khursheed Fazlur Rahman (22)


Qurashi (23) Qualification: B.Com (H),
Qualification: B.B.A. M.Com (P)
Minor: Marketing Minor: Marketing
Internship Company: Internship Company:
ICICI Prudential SIEMENS (Energy)
Internship Project: Risk Internship Project: Metering &
Analysis of ULIP Control of 11 Kv Feeder at
Investments and their 220 Kv DTL Grids by
comparison with Mutual Siemens for NDPL (A Project
Funds Analysis)
Work Experience: 6
months (RBS)

Arif Hussain Haidary (21) Sunder Lal (35)


Qualification: B.Com (H) Qualification: B.Sc (Gen)
Minor: I.B Minor: I.B
Internship Company: TATA Internship Company: State
Tele service Ltd Trading Corporation of India
Internship Project: Internship Project: Analysis
Analysis of Factor that of the Trading Process of
affects the Profitability of Maize
Coco stores

Rohit Kumar Singh (21) Nadeem Khan (24)


Qualification: B.Sc Qualifications: B.Tech
(Maths) (Electrical & Electronics)
Minor: Marketing Minor: Marketing
Internship Company: Internship Company: India
Religare Technova IT bulls Securities
Services Ltd Internship project: Comparison
Internship Project: Market of different broking houses in
research on various India.
Health care facilities in
East Delhi and to know
the scope and
acceptance of EMR
among Doctors
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MARKETING
Anam Khan (21) Deepshikha Aggarwal (22)
Qualification: B.Sc (H) Qualification: BA (H)
Comp Sc Economics
Minor: HR Minor: Operations
Internship Company: Internship Company: Dainik
Spice Digital Ltd Jagran
Internship Project: Internship Project: Brand &
Market Research of Strategy Development
Mobile Radio Work Exp: 12 months
though VOC

Anwar Kamal (22) Faiz Rehman Abbasi (24)


Qualification: B. Tech Qualification: B.Tech (Mech)
(Mech.) Minor: Operations
Minor: Operations Internship Company: TATA
Internship Company: DoCoMo
FAAC India Pvt. Ltd. Internship Project: Sales
Internship Project: through SME's & HNI's for
Study of dealers post-pay segment and
satisfaction level and mapping the accounts for
find out the services opportunities available and
provided by FAAC is telecom spend.
appropriate or not.

Chandresh Kumar (23) Farhan Naqavi (24)


Qualification: BA (H) Qualification: B. Tech (Mech.)
German Minor: Operations
Minor: Finance Internship Company: Maruti
Internship Company: Suzuki India Ltd
Infinity Optimal Internship Project: E3 to E4
Solutions market Research & Analysis
Internship Project: Work Exp: 16 months
Analysis of DTH industry
in India and scope of
investment for IOS

Chow Luckya Chowlu Fazela Begum (26)


(28) Qualification: B. Tech (Mech.)
Qualification: B.Sc (IT) Minor: Operations
Minor: HR Internship Company: Religare
Internship Company: Technova IT Services Ltd.
IOCL Internship Project: Market
Internship Project: Research for Health care
Study on Growth Information services:
potential and Competitor analysis of
opportunities in the Health Portals
Natural Gas business at Work Exp: 13 months
Indian Oil Corporation
Limited
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MARKETING
Gaurav Mehra (21) Md. Asif Khan (22)
Qualification: BBE (H) Qualification: B. Tech (Mech.)
Minor: Finance Minor: Operations
Internship Company: TATA Internship Company: Reliance
Teleservices Communications Ltd.
Internship Project: Viability of Internship Project: Analysis of
TATA product in Individual and Customer satisfaction level
SME-B Sector. and competitive analysis of
Reliance Wire Line
Broadband Internet
connection.

Imran Ashja (24) Md. Sarwar


Qualification: B. Tech (Mech.) Qualification: BA (H)
Minor: Operations Minor: HR
Internship Company: TATA Internship Company: BLUE
Teleservices Star Ltd.
Internship Project: Post pay Internship Project: Analyzing
operations in SMEs marketing strategies and
Work Exp: 12 months consumer satisfaction level.

Jaspreet Singh (22) Md. Javed (25)


Qualification: BIBF (H) Qualification: BA (H)
Minor: Finance Minor: HR
Internship Company: Internship Company: ETA
TATA Teleservices General Group Pvt. Ltd.
Internship Project: Internship Project: Analysis of
Viability of TATA product existing consumer behavior.
in Individual and SME-B
Sector.

Md. Aariz Imam (22) Naiyer Alam (22)


Qualification: B. Tech Qualification: B.B.S
(Electrical) Minor: Finance
Minor: Operations Internship Company: Future
Internship Company: PEPSI Generalli
Co. Internship Project: Agent
Internship Project: Distribution Network.
Understanding the distribution
system in the city of Pune &
suggest measures to increase
number of outlets.
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MARKETING
Naveen Chandra Narain Sonal Kumar Singh (23)
(23) Qualification: BA (H) English
Qualification: B Sc (H) Minor: Finance
Biochemistry Internship Company:
Minor: Finance Whirlpool of India
Internship Company: Internship Project: Study of
SAIL Consumer Satisfaction and
Internship Project: To study Perception about Whirlpool
the Marketing strategies of Purafresh Water purifier
Steel Secondary Product &
Work Exp: 18 months
By product at Bokaro Steel
Plant, SAIL.

Rahul Kumar Jha (21) Varun Narain (23)


Qualification: B Sc (H) Qualification: BA (H)
Biosciences Mathematics
Minor: Finance Minor: Finance
Internship Company: Internship Company: TATA
Religare Technova IT Teleservices
Services Ltd. Internship Project: Viability of
Internship Project: TATA product in SME-B
Market Research for sector.
Health information
services.

Shepherd Murmu (28) Varun Valsalan Nair (25)


Qualification: M Sc Qualification: B.Sc Biotech.
Geology Minor: Finance
Minor: HR Internship Company: Future
Internship Company: Generalli Life Insurance
TATA Teleservices Internship Project: Study of the
Internship Project: Agent distribution network
Analysis of Training Work Exp: 24 months
Conducted at TATA Tele
Services
Siddique Meraj Zaid Siddiqi (23)
Ahmad (24) Qualification: B. Tech (E&C)
Qualification: B.Sc (H) Minor: Operations
Biomedical Science Internship Company: Maruti
Minor: Finance Suzuki India Ltd
Internship Company: Internship Project: E3 to E4
Ind-Swift Ltd. market Research & Analysis.
Chandigarh
Internship Project:
Methods of Brand Irfan Zakir (24)
positioning related to Qualification: B. Pharma
increasing Brand Minor: Finance
equity. Internship Company: Fortis
Health
Internship Project: Community
outreach Program Marketing
Initiative
Work Exp: 4 months
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HUMAN RESOURCES

Faiza Khan (21) Farah Khan (22)


Qualifications: B.Com (H) Qualifications: B.I.B.F
Minor: Marketing Minor: Marketing
Internship Company: Internship Company: TATA
MTS Teleservices Ltd.
Internship project: Internship project: Employee
Marketing Intelligence in Engagement in Knowledge
HR Management.

Hafsa Khan (23) Huma Khan (24)


Qualifications: B.Sc. Qualifications: B.Tech (Civil)
Biosciences Minor: Operations
Minor: Marketing Internship Company: Hindustan
Internship Company: Zinc Limited, Debari
CITIBANK Internship project: absenteeism
Internship project: and the related issues of
Recruitment and Selection in grievances and disciplinary
BPO Industry actions

Khushbu Bhargav (25) Nisha Singh (23)


Qualifications: B.Sc Qualifications: B.Tech (E & C)
(Major) Minor: Marketing
Minor: Marketing Internship Company: Al Tayer
Internship Company: SAIL Group LLC, DUBAI
Internship project: Quality Internship project: Emerging
of Work Life Practice in Recruitment and
Work Exp.: 36 months their effect on business
profitability and culture.
Work Exp.: 10 months

Pallavi Dhar (25) Shahla Ali (23)


Qualifications: B.E Qualifications: B.Tech (E & C)
(Electronics) Minor: Marketing
Minor: Operations Internship Company: Tata
Internship Company: Consultancy Services
TATA Power Internship project: Retiral
Internship project: Policies
Streamlining of HRIS
Work Exp.: 16 months
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HUMAN RESOURCES
Shehla Malik (24) Aaisha Ahmad (24)
Qualifications: B.A.C.A Qualification: B.Tech
Minor: Operations (Electrical)
Internship Company: L& T Minor: Operations
Internship project: Study Internship Company:
of training and ETA (ASCON), Dubai,
development. UAE
Work Exp.: 5 months Internship Project:
Training Management
Work Exp.: 3 months
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B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2

Abhishek Priyadarshi Adnan Ahmad (21)


(25) Proposed Major:
Proposed Major: Finance
Operations Proposed Minor:
Proposed Minor: IB Marketing
Qualifications: BE Qualifications: B.Com
(Computer Science) Work Experience: 10
Work Experience: 13 Months
Months

Ankit Diwaker (23) Arham Husain (21)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major: Finance
Finance Proposed Minor: HR
Proposed Minor: Qualifications: BA (Social
Operations Work)
Qualifications: B.Tech
(E & C)

Ashish Kumar (24) Bhawna Tewatia (22)


Proposed Major: HR Proposed Major: Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor:
Finance Operations
Qualifications: B.Sc Qualifications: B.Tech
(ECE)

Danish Zaki (21) Dhiraj Kathuria (20)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Marketing
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor:
Operations Finance
Qualifications: B.Tech Qualifications: BBA

Disha (21) Faiza Talat (22)


Proposed Major: HR Proposed Major:
Proposed Minor: Finance
Marketing Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: B.Com Marketing
(H) Qualifications: B.Com
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B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2
Fardeen Mukhtar (21) Hafsa Faraozan Ali (22)
Proposed Major: Proposed Major: Finance
Finance Proposed Minor: IB
Proposed Minor: IB Qualifications: BBA
Qualifications: B.A (H),
Social Work

Hamza A.M Rizvi (22) Himanshu Meena (23)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Marketing Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor:
Finance Marketing
Qualifications: B. Com Qualifications: BE
(CSE)

Huma Iftikhar (22) Humera Fatima (20)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major: Finance
Marketing Proposed Minor: HR
Proposed Minor: HR Qualifications: B.Sc (H)
Qualifications: BBS (H) (Computer Sc)

Imran Gouri (23) Iqra Imtiyaz (20)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major: Marketing
Marketing Proposed Minor: Finance
Proposed Minor: IB Qualifications: BA (H)
Qualifications: BCA (English)
Work Ex.: 12 months

Lalthasangi (21) Laxmi Negi (20)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Marketing Finance
Proposed Minor: HR Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: BBA Marketing
Qualifications: BIM
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B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2
M. Zuhaib (21) Manish Kumar (21)
Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Marketing
Proposed Minor: IB Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: B.Tech Finance
Qualifications: B.Sc (H)
(Bio-Med.)

Manisha Tomar (21) Manoj Sengar (23)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major: IB
Finance Proposed Minor:
Proposed Minor: Marketing
Operations Qualifications: BBS
Qualifications: B.Tech Work Ex: 12 Months
(IT)

Mansur Farhat Mayank Sharma (20)


Yusufzai (21) Proposed Major:
Proposed Major: Finance
Marketing Proposed Minor: IB
Proposed Minor: Qualifications: B.Sc (H)
Finance (Zoology)
Qualifications: BBS (H)

Md. Ashzad (23) Megha Singh (21)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Finance
Proposed Minor: IB Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: BBS Marketing
Work Ex.: 03 months Qualifications: B.Com

Mehdi Syed Riaz (21) Misbah-Ul-Islam (21)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major: Finance
Finance Proposed Minor: HR
Proposed Minor: Qualifications: BA (H)
Marketing (Economics)
Qualifications: BIBF
STUDENT PROFILE 33
B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2
Mohammad Faisal Pasha Mohd. Kamil Asrar (24)
(20) Proposed Major: HR
Proposed Major: Finance Proposed Minor:
Proposed Minor: Marketing Operations
Qualifications: B.Sc (H) Qualifications: B.Tech
(Chemistry) (Computers)

Mohammad Wasi (24) Mohd. Waseem (22)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Marketing Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor:
Operations Marketing
Qualifications: B.Tech Qualifications: B.Com

Mohd Nasir (21) Mustafa Necati


Proposed Major: Ozdemir (26)
Finance Proposed Major:
Proposed Minor: Marketing
Marketing Proposed Minor: IB
Qualifications: B.Com Qualifications: B.Ed
(Sports)

Neeraj Narula (21) Nirjhara Nir (23)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor: HR
Marketing Qualifications: M.Sc
Qualifications: B.Com (Phy)

Prashant Kumar (21) Prateek Rastogi (21)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Marketing Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor:
Finance Marketing
Qualifications: B.Sc Qualifications: B.Sc (Bio
(Bio Tech.) Tech.)
Work Ex.: 12 Months
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B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2
Preeti Kataria (21) Priyanka (21)
Proposed Major: HR Proposed Major: HR
Proposed Minor: IB Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: B.Com Marketing
Qualifications: BBA

Rajesh Kumar (21) Rameez Hassan


Proposed Major: IB Proposed Major:
Proposed Minor: Finance
Marketing Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: BBA Marketing
Qualifications: BBS

Ramreisem R Shimray Ritika Bharti (23)


(22) Proposed Major: HR
Proposed Major: Proposed Minor:
Finance Marketing
Proposed Minor: Qualifications: BA
Marketing
Qualifications: BIBF

Syed Haaris Mahmood Saad Ahmad (21)


Alvi (22) Proposed Major:
Proposed Major: Finance
Finance Proposed Minor:
Proposed Minor: Marketing
Marketing Qualifications: BBS
Qualifications: BA

Saher Sayed (24) Saquib Aftab (22)


Proposed Major: HR Proposed Major:
Proposed Minor: Marketing
Marketing Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: B.Com Operations
(H) Qualifications: B.Tech
STUDENT PROFILE 35
B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2
Sunil Kumar (23) Himshweta Pushkar
Proposed Major: (20)
Finance Proposed Major: HR
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor: IB
Marketing Qualifications: B.Tech
Qualifications: B.Sc (CSE)
(Life Sc.)

Vinay Pathania (24) Raghav Kuishono


Proposed Major: Shouma (21)
Marketing Proposed Major: Finance
Proposed Minor: IB Proposed Minor: IB
Qualifications: B. Tech Qualifications: B.Com (H)

Ved Parashar (22) Rohit Kumar Paswan


Proposed Major: (23)
Finance Proposed Major:
Proposed Minor: Marketing
Marketing Proposed Minor: Finance
Qualifications: B.Tech Qualifications: BA (H)
Work Ex.: 2 Years

Titoo Chowdhary (22) Kishore Kumar (22)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Marketing
Proposed Minor: IB Proposed Minor:
Qualifications: B.Com Operations
(H) Qualifications: BA
(Materials
Management)

Yogesh Kumar Yadav Ali Salim (21)


(21) Proposed Major:
Proposed Major: Finance
Finance Proposed Minor:
Proposed Minor: Marketing
Marketing Qualifications: B.Com
Qualifications: B.Com (H)
Work Ex.: 23 Months
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36 STUDENT PROFILE
B AT C H 2 0 1 0 - 2 0 1 2
Nick Mohammad Mohammad Naseem
Sultani (21) Khan (22)
Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor:
Marketing Marketing
Qualifications: BIBF Qualifications: B.Sc
Work Ex.: 12 Months

Adil Shafi (23) Saroj Prasad Sah (24)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Marketing Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor: IB
Finance Qualifications: BBA
Qualifications: BBA
Work Ex.: 12 Months

Hashir Moheet (21) Jakir Hussain (21)


Proposed Major: Proposed Major:
Finance Finance
Proposed Minor: Proposed Minor: HR
Marketing Qualifications: BBS (H)
Qualifications: B.Com
(H)

Salman Khan (22)


Proposed Major: HR
Proposed Minor: Finance
Qualifications: B.Com (H)
Administration
Prof. U.M. Amin Mohammad Mozammil
Hony. Director Varun Narain

Dr. Amirul H. Ansari Ist Year


Coordinator (Research) Abhishek Priyadarshi

Dr. P.K. Gupta The Strategic and co-ordination Club:


Placement Advisor IInd Year
Fazlur Rehman
Dr. Kavita Chauhan Md. Asif Khan
Students Advisor Zaid Siddiqui
Ist Year
Dr. Rahela Farooqui Ali Salim
Academic Coordinator Salman Khan

Dr. Saif Siddiqui Finopsis The Finance Club:


Students Coordinator IInd Year
Shweta Chandra
Mrs. Rachna Gedam Syed Mohd Fahad
Academic Coordinator Ist Year
Danish Zaki
Mr. Saiyed Wajid Ali Laxmi Negi
Placement Coordinator
Mark Gusto The Marketing Club:
Students Association IInd Year
Vice President Fazela Begum
Md. Sarwar Naiyar Alam
Varun Valsalan Nair
General Secretary Ist Year
Faiz Rehman Abbasi Imran Gouri
Iqra Imtiyaz
Joint Secretary
Mansoor Farhat Hume'lan The HR Club:
IInd Year
Class Representatives: Aaisha Ahmad
Rahul Kumar Jha MBA IInd Yr. Shahla Ali
Saad Ahmad MBA Ist Yr. Shehla Malik
Ist Year
Vive Rue The Training & Placement Club: Disha
IInd Year Saher Sayed
Huma Khan
Khalid Khursheed Qurashi Falcon The Cultural Club:
Mohit Kaul IInd Year
Naveen Chandra Narain Anam Khan
Shepherd Murmu Nisha Singh
Md. Aariz Imran Ist Year
Priyanka Kar
Ist Year Hafsa Ali
Arham Hussain
Hamza Rizvi Office Staff
Huma Iftikhar Dr. Nasiha Muneeb
Misbah-ul-Islam
Mr. Minhajul Hasan
Yogesh kumar Yadav
Mr. Iqbal
Numero Uno The Sports Club: Mr. Kamal Kishore
IInd Year Mr. Abdul Hai
Farhan Naqavi Mr. Aakash
Centre for Management Studies

Jamia Millia Islamia in order to respond to the


ever-increasing demand for Full-Time quality
MBA programme established an autonomous
Centre for Management Studies approved by
the Executive Council of the University. The
University has constituted an Advisory
Committee under the chairmanship of the Vice-
Chancellor with prominent academicians and
professionals in management and business
education as members to oversee and guide
the programme of the Centre. The Centre for
Management Studies presently offers three
courses of study viz. MBA (Full Time), Ph.D. and
MIB.

Placement Cell at CMS, JMI

The corporate relations cell is an interface


between the corporate world and the students,
which helps them to make better and informed
career choices.
It maintains and upgrade database of the
corporate world facilitating the decision
making process for the students.
The cell manages and facilitates on campus
recruitment process including pre - placement
presentations by potential employees to
highlight the issue, expectation and
professional opportunities unique to the
company industry.

CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES


Jamia Millia Islamia (A Central University)
Maulana Mohammad Ali Johar Marg,
Jamia Nagar, New Delhi
PIN - 110025
Tel: +91-11-26985519
Fax: +91-11-26985529
E-mail: placements.cms.jmi@gmail.com
Website: www.jmi.nic.in