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Dr. Sheelan Misra ,
Professor & Head, Department of Management Studies (MBA)
The Master of Business Administration program at New Horizon College of Engineering is a two year full time autonomous program affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University. It is a dual specialization program in the areas of marketing, finance, human resources, business analytics and operations. Students can choose any two areas, one as major and the other as minor.
This program comprises of many certifications and value added programs. These programs ensure that students acquire all required skills to meet the industry standards and to overcome the challenges of current business scenarios. Students will be able to change themselves into professionals with tools like analytics and capstone business simulation. They will also be able to sharpen their skills in the areas of specialization with the help of certifications in functional areas of human resources, marketing, finance, analytics and operations.
Our MBA program aims at providing an in-depth knowledge so that it adds value to the existing treasures of business and management. The design of the program will promote lateral thinking and a spirit of enquiry to develop problem solving skills. Our program is committed to delivering the richness of entrepreneurship and multidisciplinary knowledge in a way where ethics and social commitments will be our cornerstones.
The MBA curriculum is enriched with updated knowledge. The two industry sponsored laboratories, namely The SAP Centre of Excellence and HP Big Data Analytics Centre of Excellence are integrated into our curriculum.
In order to ensure corporate interface, seminar internship and project report preparation are integrated into the curriculum. Frequent guest lectures and industrial visits are organized. In order to give international exposure, foreign educational tours will be organized for those who opt for it.
Our MBA program is inclusive of professional training. It also includes placement training, effective communication, personality development, aptitude and analytics. These skills will enable our students to match industry expectations and take on the challenges of the changing world.
There is an amazing spirit of creativity, collaboration and communication in our MBA program. We can see the spirit getting stronger with time. We hope to continue to build stronger bonds with faculty,the industry and studentsso that there is steady growth and progress.
Our vision is to finally evolve in to an integrated Best-School and at the same time ensure that we are contributing towards management education, consultancy process, leadership and corporate excellence. The students will bean integral part of this great journey of excellence.
I wholeheartedly welcome you to be a part of this illustrious journey! Join us and grow with us.
To evolve into a globally integrated B-school contributing towards management education, consultancy, research leadership and corporate excellence.
M1: To constantly strive to provide students with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of business and managerial concepts.
M2: To promote lateral thinking and a spirit of enquiry among our students, so that they look from a different angle, and have a creative approach and are able to provide simple solutions to complex business problems.
M3: To deliver through our teaching learning process, the richness of entrepreneurship and multidisciplinary knowledge in a way, where ethics and social commitments will be the corner stone for our students.
Master of Business Administration- Autonomous
Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a two year, four semesters full time autonomous programme, affiliated to Visvesvararya Technological University. The Master of Business Administration Program proactively aims at, developing an enquiring and an analytical mind, seeking right knowledge, acquiring appropriate skills and fostering the right attitude to develop capabilities needed to manage enterprises. The teaching methodologies used to deliver the programme are: case analysis, discussions, assignments, power point presentations (PPT), remedial classes, guest lectures, industrial visits, workshops, seminars, orientation programs, industry connect programme, videos and out bound activities.
The program Master of Business Administration - Autonomous consists of dual specialization in the areas of marketing, finance, human resource, business analytics and operations.
|MTC Global Outstanding Industry Institute Interaction Award||World Edu Summit 2018||2018|
|Best B-School in India-South||ASSOCHAM, National Education Excellence Award 2016||2016|
|Outstanding Business School Award||MTC Global Excellence Award||2015|
|Ranked No. 34 among 100 top B schools in India||Higher Education Review||2015|
|Ranked No.3 among the Best 10 B schools in Karnataka||Higher Education Review||2015|
|Ranked no.1 for excellent Placement in Karnataka||Higher Education Review||2014|
|Awarded Management College of the year for Excellent Placement||Higher Education Review||2014|
|Winner of Best B School Campus Excellence Award||Discovery Education Media Pvt Ltd||2014|
|Winner of Most Promising B-School of South India||Discovery Education Media Pvt Ltd||2014|
|Ranked Grade A amongst Indian B-Schools -2013||MBA by Choice||2013|
|Received Grant of Rs. 4 Lakhs from AICTE under the scheme of Entrepreneurship Development Cell||AICTE||2013-14|
'MOU with Management Teachers Consortium (MTC) Jan' 2017 for collaboration in the area of consultancy project'
- Question Pro (Dec’ 2016)- A University sponsorship that provides a powerful software for conducting online surveys. The sponsorship comes along with a wide license for students, faculty members and staff of New Horizon College of Engineering.
- Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov, Russian Federation in the area of faculty exchange to promote academic and culturalexchanges
- Daffodil University, Bangladesh in the area of joint research activities members at a discounted rate.
- Capstone Business Simulation for the certification program for II Semester MBA Student
- SAP for SAP R3 Training for the certification program for II Semester MBA Students
- BCP Associatesfor preparing the students to be equipped with the functions of "Labour Law Compliance Management"
- Membership (Institutional/Students) in Professional Bodies likeAIMA, MTC GLOBAL, AIMS, BMA.
- Delegation of Japanese students visited NHCE for Academic & Cultural Exchange (2014)
- Sankalp (2015) – A Global Convention About 200 delegates participated from various countries such as USA, Singapore, Malaysia & Bangladesh in Sankalp.
|Mr Manoj Kumar R||Volunteered as a statistician for the mega event of 'FIBA U18 Women's Asian Championship- 2018. at Kanteerava Stadium||Nov 2018|
|Konika & Team||Basketball team lead by Konika (2nd Sem MBA student), won the basketball tournament held at RVCE.||19th Feb’2018|
|Ashwini A, Sandhya Kiran, Ramya J, Nobin Thomas, Sushma A, Venu KN, Bindushree, Vikas, Ajal, Varsha Menghani||A Supply chain operations certification by FLIPKART has been successfully completed by 10 students of final year||3rd NOV to 1st DEC 2017|
|Mr. Manjunath P||Won 1st prize in Business quiz during E week in New Horizon College of Engineering||Oct 2017|
|Miss Revathi& Mr Vijay Kumar BN||Won 2nd prize in Bid & Earnduring E week in New Horizon College of Engineering||Oct 2017|
|Mr. Sameer Ahmed||Won 2nd prize in Business Quiz during E week in New Horizon College of Engineering||Oct 2017|
|Mr. Manjunath P &Mr. Sameer Ahmed||Won 1st prize in Business quiz in a fest name Pinnacle in Cambridge college||Nov 2017|
|Ms. Vaishnavi Tembur & Mr. Shashi||Won First and second prize respectively in the event- StockMIND 5, at National Institute of Securities Market in collaboration with ICICI Direct.||2016- 2017|
|Mr. Shashikanth Akkineni &Mr. Manjunatha R||Earned First Prize in the event- ‘Brand Defenders’ (Marketing), in East Point College of Engineering.||2016|
|Mr. Richard & Vaisakh||Won runners up award in IIM Bangalore in a Time Activity||2015|
|MS. Yamini (MBA student 2012)||Peace Messenger Award from the Governor of Karnataka||2014|
|Ms. Shruthi Nair||Shadow the HR, NHRD||2014|
Faculty achievements :
|Name of Faculty||Award||Source & Year|
|Dr. Sheelan Misra||MTC Global Best Teacher Award||World Edu Summit 2018|
|Dr A.R Sainath||MTC Global Best Teacher Award||World Edu Summit 2018|
|Name||Company||Designation||Awards / Certifications (Year)|
|Yashaswini Iyengar||Sunrise Biztech Systems pvt ltd||HR recruiter||Recruiter Excellence award|
|SUDHARSHAN G Batch 2013||SAPIENT RAZORFISH||SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNITY MANAGER||EMPLOYEE OF THE LAST QUARTER- 2017|
|SURENDHAR M.S Batch 2014||Exide Life Insurance||RELATIONSHIP MANAGER||EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH(February- 2017)|
|Shanmugananda Batch 2012||Thomson Reuters||Content Analyst||Nominee for the Quarter performer- 2017|
- Lecture Halls The lecture halls are airy, spacious and well ventilated in conformity with international standards. Extensive use of audio-visual media enables the students to grasp advance technology quite easily.
- Seminar Hall The Seminar Hall is utilized for conducting Departmental events like seminars, workshops, guest lecturers and various other academic activities.
- Departmental Library The department has a spacious library which provides students with ample of books and space to read, Study and discuss.
- MBA Conference Room The conference room is utilized for holding Industry – Academic interaction
- MBA Discussion Room
- PhD. Program
- MBA: We offer dual specialization in the areas of Marketing / Finance / Human Resource / Business Analytics / Operations
|NHCE-MBA Course Structure for2017-2019|
|MBA11||Management Principles, Concepts and Application||4||MBA21||Production and Operations Management||4|
|MBA12||Business Economics and Environment||4||MBA22||Financial Management||4|
|MBA13||Quantitative Techniques and Research Methodology||4||MBA23||Business Intelligence and Analytics||4|
|MBA14||Accounting For Managers||4||MBA24||Entrepreneurship Development||4|
|MBA15||Corporate Governance, Ethics and Society||4||MBA25||Strategic Management||4|
|MBA17||Human Resource Management||4||MBA27||Managerial Communication-II||4|
|III semester||IV Semester|
|3.1||Project-work and Report||4||4.1||Industry Internship and Report||13|
- Co-curricular Activities
- Seminars & Workshops
- Value Added Programs
- Club activities
- Extra Curricular & Social Projects
Consumer Behavior and Marketing Research (CBMR)expert lecture was held on the 10th of November 2018. The lecture was conducted in Seminar Hall ,Department of management studies in alliance with the third semester Marketing major & minor syllabus. The lecture was presided over by Harshid S Swades, Assistance Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers – Service.
A total of 56 students from the Marketing major & minor of third semester along with 10 Finance major students also attended the session, which lasted for a span of 3 hours. The session was initiated with the introduction of the speaker by Ms.Khateeja from third semester, Marketing specialization .The speaker highlighted on the various aspects of Post Purchase Processes, with respect to Customer Satisfaction and commitment. He also highlighted on the practical and industrial aspect of Cognitive dissonance, and some upcoming Marketing strategies. The session was interactive where the speaker answered all the questions put forward by the students. The overall lecture came to an end with a vote of thanks presented by Mr. Saurav & Ms.Khateeja from third semester .
An expert talk was organized by MBA Department of NHCE on 29/10/2018 on the topic related to corporate interface and professional development. The expert for the day was Mr. Girish who is having his own organization for emerging start-ups. The session was organized for the III sem students of MBA department.
Mr. Girish focused on the importance of intrapreneurship and its need today in the corporate world. He also gave the students the insight on how to start their own business and shared the pros and cons for the same.
Overall the session was very interactive and fruitful for the students
The department of Management Studies organized a guest lecture “Job opportunities for Finance students in Insurance sector” on 29th October 2018, between 2.30 to 4.30 pm in the MBA seminar hall to the MBA 3rd semester finance specialization students. The lecture was delivered by Ms. Shefali Sonpar, Senior Director Head of Insurance Practice with UST Gloal who has over 18 years of experience in the Insurance sector. Dr.Sheelan Misra, Head Department of Management studies, introduced the guest to the audience.
The session started with the root cause for the very purpose of existence of Insurance, where people pooled their little money to handle future uncertainties. The small thought led to the big sector where many are helped to avoid their future financial uncertainties. There was a role play in the session which helped the students to understand how the Insurance company works, and what is the required procedure to buy a medical insurance policy?.
The speaker went on to say how insurance sector is imbibing technology in their day to day functioning to reduce delays and the paper work. Technology development is helping to provide better customer service. The speaker also stressed upon the growth of the eco- system for the insurance sector and how insurance is supporting other sectors like banking, hospitals, information technology etc.,
The session was very interesting and interactive where the students came to know about the various job profiles open for MBA students in the insurance sector. This was a great session to understand the availability of job opportunities available to build a career. The vote of thanks was delivered by Prof. Sainath be presenting a memento.
The Legal Aspect of Business expert lecture was held on the 9th of November 2018, the lecture was conducted in room no 308, Department of management studies in alliance with the third semester Human Resource major syllabus. The lecture was presided by Mr. Vasanth Adithya J , Managing Director of Kreetam. He is a reputed lawyer, an economist and a promising author.
A total of 46 students from the Human resources major of third semester attended the session, which lasted for a span of 3 hours. The session was initiated with the introduction of the speaker by Ms.Bugeshree from third semester, HR specialization .The speaker highlighted the various aspects of workplace harassments and also discussed a couple of cases on the same. The speaker also conferred on IT Act 2000 and 2002, Cyber Laws, IPR – Copy rights, Trade marks, Patent Act. The session was interactive where the speaker answered all the questions put forward by the students. The overall lecture came to an end with a vote of thanks presented by Payal of third semester student of Human resources.
The Product and Brand management guest lecture was held on the 10th of November 2018, the lecture was conducted in seminar hall, Department of management studies in alignment with the third semester marketing major syllabus. The lecture was presided by Mr. Ashutosh Bhatt, Associate Director OLA, Bengaluru.
The session started off with the introduction of the speaker by Ajith. M of third semester, Marketing.A total of 24 students from the marketing major of third semester attended the session. The overall session lasted for a span of 90 minutes and was divided into four parts i.e. Application of theoretical knowledge in real time scenarios, Personal experience of the speaker in the field of brand development, Industry expectations and requirements, Question and Answer session. The speaker discussed importance of branding in a service based company such as OLA.
He also covered topics such as Customer lifecycle management &Design thinking. The speaker was kind enough to answer all the questions put forth by the students. The overall lecture came to an end with a vote of thanks presented by Shivani Thapiliyal of third semester Marketing.
The department of management studies had organized an expert guest lecture for the HR specialized students on 11th Nov 2018 in the MBA Dept. NHCE. Mr. RaviKiran Murthy who is a catalyst to business growth in Microland was the speaker for the session
The main objective for the session was to give students an idea of how the social media recruitment is been done with reference to LinkedIn.
Mr Ravi had started his session by giving us a brief about what is recruitment & selection, process used for recruitment and selection with an example of how we purchase a car or bike the various stages a person has to go through while purchasing. He also shared the various methods used for recruitment such as internal and external methods.
He mainly focused on the social media recruitment as in how the company uses the different social media platforms such as Facebook Twitter and LinkedIn. LinkedIn is one of the platform that is been used by most of the companies for online recruitment as it provides the companies to post vacancies as well as the candidates to apply or stay updated about the recent trends of the industries. It was a great session where the students had received lot of knowledge and takeaways from the session
The Department of Management Studies, New Horizon College of Engineering conducted a valuable and knowledge filled session which was arranged by Ms. Niviya held on the 3RD November, 2018. The session was conducted in the absentia of Dr. Sheelan Misra and led by Sir Biswajit Das Gupta.
Through his session he gave an insight into the areas of “Supply Chain Management and Logistics”. He threw light into the Warehouse and its flow of functions which is the most important factor of logistics, defined the supply chain and the logistics and also explained about the differences, he also briefed about the various instruments used in warehouse, detailed information about the process of logistics. He explained the planning, implementing, controlling procedures and transportation and storage activities. It was an interactive session. He demonstrated the topics with lots of examples and videos. He conducted quiz at the end of the session and rewarded the students who answered the questions.
The session was a valuable one with a lot to take back from along with the real life experiences that he shared with us. We thank the department for giving us this wonderful opportunity and learning space.
An expert talk was organized by MBA Department of NHCE on 02/11/2018 on the topic related to corporate interface and professional development. The expert for the day was Mr. Prakash Nimbalkar, who is having 25+ experience in various companies and has proficiency in Brand Management, channel management and motivation. The session was organized for the III semmarketing specialization students of MBA department.
Mr. Praksh focused on the importance of service marketing and its need today in the corporate world. He also gave the students the insight on the challenges the service industry faces in marketing its products.
Overall the session was very interactive and fruitful for the students
The Training and Development expert lecture was held on the 3rd of November 2018, the lecture was conducted in room no 308, Department of management studies in alignment with the third semester Human Resource major syllabus. The lecture was presided by Mr. A.Praveen , HR Business Partner , at Ion Idea Interactive Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru.
The session started off with the introduction of the speaker by John Anthony Naveen of third semester, HR specialization student A total of 48 students from the Human resources major of third semester attended the session. The overall session lasted for a span of 3 hours. The speaker highlighted the management development, Succession Planning and leader development programme followed in MNCs and their importance are also explained. The session was interactive where the speaker answered all the questions put forth by the students. The overall lecture came to an end with a vote of thanks presented by Archana .S of third semester student of Human resources.
The main objective for the session was to give students an idea of how the social media recruitment is been done with reference to LinkedIn. The Students were been told on the various types of internal &external recruitment and selection along with the help of relative real time examples. It was a great session where the students had received lot of knowledge and takeaways from the session.
Through his session he gave an insight into the areas of “ Sales Territory , Quota & Salesforce Management”. He threw light into the changes that came into the market, the recent trends, defined the sales territory and the management of the sales territory, steps to create a territory plan, sales quota , methods to set up the sales quota ,sales funnel etc to name a few. The session also covered a thought into team building concepts and other related aspects.
The session was a valuable one with a lot to take back from along with the real life experiences that he shared with us.We thank the departmentfor giving us this wonderful opportunity and learning space.
The Department of Management Studies organised a guest lecture on logistics and Supply chain analytics. It was conducted on 1st Feb’2018 in the MBA Seminar hall. The session was delivered by Dr.Rajagopalan Padmanabha Suresh, Principal Director in Accenture Analytoics group in Accenture Digital. Suresh has established himself as an innovative thought leader in the Analytics industry over the past decade, and many of his ideas and methodologies have been implemented in the industry yielding greater savings/ benefits.
The training emphasized the following key areas.
- The proliferation and the purpose of Business Analytics in the current age in Supply Chain.
- The application of the data analytics models in logistics
- Various forecasting methods used in data analytics for supply chain
The resource person was highly intellectual and gave the students all that they needed to know in this domain area and were received with admiration by the students of MBA department.
The Department of Management studies conducted Advance data Analytics guest lecture on the topic Product and consumer Analytics by Mr. Rakesh Gandhi from Sabre Airlines Solutions Pvt Ltd. The session was conducted on 30th December 2017. The session was an interactive one and helped students to understand the application of data analytics models in airline and cab industries. The speaker used various live examples to make students understand the concepts.
The session was very informative and interesting. It was a very interactive session where the students got the Practical knowledge which is very helpful as a part of their academics.
Department of management studies conducted a seminar on the topic of Marketing Management.
Mr. PhinnyBushan an esteemed recognised speaker in personality management came to our New Horizon College of Engineering He emphasized that as a student we should foremost look into the discipline. He said that every individual must develop discipline as a way of behaving not only in college or corporate life but also in personal life which defines the actual self. Mr. PhinnyBushan also approached and gave a solution on the major problem each student face during their curriculum, I e., Memory. He suggested that students after studying any concept should try to recollect the same in reverse order so that it effectively gets memorized and simpler to remember.
He gave an interesting Definition and meaning for students where he said “S” stands for Studious, “T” stands for Talented, “U” stands for United, “D” stands for Determined, “E” stands for Educated, “N” stands for Notable, “T” stands for Tolerant. And also said that the word STUDENT is a complete word in and of itself. Understanding the teen mentality of students Mr Phinny Bushan gave some examples on various notable kannada songs of how an individual should be.
The session got over with vote of thanks by student repersentative.
The Department of Management studies conducted a Business Economics guest lecture on the topic Budget and Inflation by Mr. Shakti Ranjan Mishra Asst. Manager at PWC. The session was conducted on 23rd December 2017, The session started with need of the budget and speaker told how government allocated money, explained about planned and non planned expenditure. He shared an insight on capital budget and budget deficit and concluded with inflation and its effect on economy.
The session was very informative and interesting. It was a very interactive session where the students got the Practical knowledge which is very helpful as a part of their academics.
The department of management studies had conducted a guest lecture on Quantitative techniques and research methodology on 16 th December 2017 by Mr. Kannan Govindan.
He explained in detail about the types of researches which are followed in different industries such as :-
- ACADEMIC RESEARCH
- GOVERNMENT RESEARCH
- INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
- INDUSTRIAL IN HOUSE RESAERCH
His lecture gave a clear idea on different fields of research its objectives , importance. He concluded the lecture by giving a clear example about various research classifications which are applied in different industries.
The Department of Management Studies of New Horizon College of Engineering conducted a guest lecture programme on December 16th, 2017 by an industrialist for the subject management principles, concepts and application the lecture was given by Mr. Manjunath Deputy, General Manager, JSW Cement Limited.
The Topic of the guest lecture was “VISION AND MISSION OF THE ORGANIZATION“and as an individual there should be a vision to be successful person in life. Every organisation has its vision and mission which should be followed, by each employee of the organisation.To understand the goals of the organization, first as an individual a person should have mission in his life only then he can understand the organisations goal and then achieve it.
The session was interesting, motivational and interactive. Sir made the students think what is our goals in life. He made them understand how important is the vision and mission for life of an individual and for the organisation.
The session came to an end with a vote of thank by the faculty member of the department of management studies.
Department of management studies had conducted a guest lecture on “Corporate governance on 22nd Dec. Industry expert Dr, Meera had visited our institute and shared his experience about corporate governance.
She Spoke Corporate governance is an ethically driven business process that is committed to values, aimed at enhancing an organizations wealth generating capacity.
She also shared her experience of how to maintain governance in an organization by complying with laws, how to communicate internally and externally how to have a transparent corporate structure and maintain company standards.
The session was well received by all the students and fulfilled their expectations.
The department of management studies had conducted a expert lecture on ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS on 23rd December 2017 by MR. MADHAN GANESH from GOLDMANSACHS.
He gave a detailed brief information on Accounting standards [IFRS] and companies act of 2013. He told how important are Accounting standards for a company. Different types of accounting standards and their different uses in different industries.
His lecture gave a clear idea on the accounting standards objectives; importance and the list of rules which are involved in accounting standards.
He concluded the lecture by giving a clear example and drawbacks of how the accounting standards play a very important role and accounting standards vary from company to company.
The Department of Management Studies organised a guest lecture on Prevention of sexual harassment at work place under the guidance of Dr.SheelanMisra, and faculty coordinator Pavithra S. The guest lecture was focused to bring about awareness on sexual harassment, and it precisely spoke about “Sexual Harassment Act 2013”, the guest for the day was Mr. Ravi Kiran Senior Manager HR, Micro land. He introduced the topic to students and mainly focused on what actions can be taken in case of sexual harassment, the actions that can be termed as sexual harassment, and the need for having a generalized system in place for workplace behaviour.
The guest also made it clear that any behaviour that is socially accepted is the behaviour that will be accepted in any organisation of that country.
Considering the sensitivity of the topic the guest put all the students at ease by keeping the session interactive and also made sure the right message was conveyed in the most subtle manner.
As students raised many questions, the guest used appropriate examples and real life situations to make them understand why a generalized system is needed than a personalized approach with respect to sexual harassment, the complexities of this concept was then well understood and appreciated by all and the feedback from the session was that students wanted many such sessions on sensitive topics that are otherwise not discussed in open, and the session ended with a vote of thanks.
The Department of Management Studies organised domain training for the faculty members on the courses intended to be given as part of Business Analytics on 19th August 2017. The session was delivered by Mr. Amrit Raj Misra– Technical Lead, Operations Research at Sabre Holdings and Mr. Pankaj Goyal – Senior Manager Accenture.
The training emphasized the following key areas.
- The proliferation and the purpose of Business Analytics in the current age.
- Its contribution to companies to make proactive tactical decisions.
- The importance of knowing various forms of Business Analytics.
The resource people were incredible and gave the faculty all that they needed to know in this domain area and were received with admiration by the faculty of MBA department.
The department of management studies, New Horizon college of engineering organized a seminar on GST on 19th august 2017, the guest speaker for the day was Mr. S.V. Venkatesan I.R.S, Assistant Commissioner of Central Excise, Customs & Service Tax (Retired). The entire seminar lasted for a duration of two hours.
The seminar gave a deep insight into the newly introduced GST tax, the session focussed on the fundamental understanding of the GST concept. The guest speaker delivered a simplified and comprehensive speech on the topic for easy understanding of the new taxation system and emphasized the advantages for the same.
The seminar was very useful and knowledgeable and provided relevance to the chosen specialization of management studies. The event was a success with the active participation of students, faculty co-ordinator and with the encouragement of Dr Sheelan Misra (HOD, department of management studies).
The department of management studies, New horizon college of engineering organized an orientation program on 9th august 2017. A very experienced industry professional Mr. Nagarajan, retired general manager-HR with TTK prestige limited was the guest speaker of the day. The event was for a duration of one and half hour.
The entire program emphasized the importance of cultivating qualities and attitude to become an efficient manager in the industry, various anecdotes on tactful handling of HR issues in organization was discussed. The guest speaker elaborated the concept of management along with very helpful guidance in making a successful career path.
On the whole, the program was very enriching and lively with question and answer session with the guest speaker. The event was a success with the active participation of the students, faculty coordinator and with the encouragement of Dr.SheelanMisra(HOD, department of management studies).
The department of management studies, New Horizon college of engineering organized a seminar on data analytics on 7th august 2017, the guest speaker for the day was Dr.JitendraHOD of information science department, NHCE. The entire seminar was for a duration of one hour.
The seminar gave a deep insight into the data analytics which is a very important and need of the hour topic in the field of business and technology. The guest speaker emphasized the use of this concept for enhancing the business and its application in knowing and conducting the business in the most efficient manner.
The seminar was very useful and knowledgeable and provided relevance to the chosen specialization of management studies. The event was a success with the active participation of students, faculty co-ordinator and with the encouragement of Dr Sheelan Misra (HOD, department of management studies).
Senior Chief Engineer, Samsung Research India, Bangalore
A Guest lecture on Research Methodology in Industry Perspectives was organized in MBA department of NHCE on 20/04/2017. The lecture was specifically for MBA II sem students so that they can have an idea on how does the research in the businesses actually works.
Mr. Kannan Govindan was the Expert speaker for the day. He specified few important points as follows:
- The purpose of the research should be clearly defined and common concepts should be used .The research procedure used should be described in sufficient detail to permit another researcher to repeat the research for further advancement, keeping the continuity of what has already been attained .
- Systematic characteristic of the research does not rule out creative thinking but it certainly does reject the use of guessing and intuition in arriving at conclusions. Good research is logical objective as possible.
- Research design is needed because it facilitates the smooth sailing of the various research operations, thereby making research as efficient as possible yielding maximal information with minimal expenditure of effort, time and money.
Vice President in Goldman Sachs
A Guest Lecture session on Working Capital Management and Dividend Decision was organized in the MBA dept- NHCE. The guest for the day was Mr. Madan Ganesh, VP- Goldman Sachs. The speaker covered various areas related to the topic by giving numerable examples.
Following are the areas that were covered by him
- Working capital Management: Working capital management refers to a company's managerial accounting strategy designed to monitor and utilize the components of working capital.
- Dividend decisions: The policy that the management formulates in regard to earnings for distribution as dividends among shareholders.
- Types of Dividend Policy:
- Regular dividend policy
- Merits of regular policy
- Varieties of stable dividend
- Irregular and no dividend
- Concepts of working capital:
- Gross working capital
- Net working capital.
Management Consultant and Principal Trainer
for Corporates and Top Business Schools.
A guest Lecture on the subject of human resource management was organized by the MBA Dept. for the II sem students. The topic was related to Employee discipline and Labour laws.
The speaker mainly focused on the regulations or conditions that are imposed on employees by management. He said that the purpose of employee discipline is not to embarrass or degrade an employee.Discipline ensures individuals behave in an acceptable way at the workplace and also adhere to the rules and regulations of the organization. He added that, Discipline is crucial at workplace as it ensures employees behave in a decent way and also maintain the decorum of the workplace.Outcomes: The concept was explained clearly with real life experience. A good knowledge about the present requirements of company was given, the speaker also explained a detailed recruitment process.
HR COMPENSATION AND BENEFIT SPECIALIST
SHAHI EXPORTS PVT LTD
A guest lecture on Developing Global Mindset, Global Interest, Training And Development. Leadership, Recruitment And Selection was organized in the MBA dept, for IV sem students.Global mind set is the organization’s ability to combine speed with accurate response.
The guest focused on the key factors for the success as follows:
- Early mover: The advantage of identifying emerging opportunities early on.
- Trade-offs: Greater sophistication and a more fine-grained analysis of the trade-offs between local adaption and global standardization.
- Best practices: More rapid and efficient sharing of best practices across subsidiaries..
- New products: Faster rollout of new product concepts and technologies.
- Coordination: Smoother co-ordination of complementary activities across borders.
The organizational global mind set can bring about benefits that can manifest themselves. Even with the best of intentions, many international companies continue to use training program content that assumes knowledge of the organization's home-culture, or that employs culture-specific metaphors or critical incidents, or that rely on styles of training-delivery that are counter-cultural and therefore counter-productive in many of the cultures in which the training is delivered.Out comes: Students find the session was useful,they got inspired by the lecture given by AnanteshBillawa .He taught what kind of attitudes a person should use in corporates , their behaviour , salary package , about the industry, the leadership qualities and many more.
SENIOR MANAGER TAX AND CONSULTANCY AT SURESH AND COMPANY. (Also has a CA Firm)
The Session was organized for IV sem MBA students. It included different legal issues that can arise at different stages of the acquisition process and that they require separate and sequential treatment.
The speaker focused on the following areas:
He gave a basic understanding of a Merger that, A merger is a combination of two companies where one corporation is completely absorbed by another corporation. The less important company loses its identity and becomes part of the more important corporation, which retains its identity. It may involve absorption or consolidation.
He spoke about the importance of acquisitions. He also focused on SEBI take over codes i.e. In order to promote fairness in the capital market and to protect the Interest of small investors, SEBI has Framed regulation, providing for Acquisition of shares and takeover Of listed companies commonly known As " Takeover code".Out comes: This session went on for 4hrs and the information given to students was very useful, moreover students were waiting for new topics with good examples. It was a interacting session with full of knowledge. The students got an idea on the reasons why companies go for Mergers and Acquisitions.
Blue Hat Entrepreneurs pvt . Ltd.
A guest lecture on venture capital and business plan was organized in MBA dept on 17th April’17. The lecture was for IV sem MBA students. The speaker focused on the following areas:
Venture capital: Capital invested in a project in which there is a substantial element of risk, typically a new or expanding business, Startup or growth equity capital or loan capital provided by private investors or specialized financial institutions,venture capitalist, who usually works for a venture capital firm. Types of Venture Capital, Start-up: New firms needing funds for expenses related with marketingand product development.Out comes: The lecture was good and interactive , start up’s, angle investors, seed farming and many more topics were covered. We gained more outside knowledge .
GUEST NAME: AARON WATSON
CEO OF SINAI GLOBAL
A guest lecture on Career Development was organized for the students of MBA dept. on 8th April’17
The lecture concentrated on various aspects and tools related to Career Development. It is the lifelong process of managing, learning, work, leisure, and transitions in order to move toward a personally determined and evolving preferred future.
The tools or the types of career development discussed in the guest lecture were as follows
- Career Planning Workshops
- Individual Counselling
- Organizational Assessment Programs
- Developmental Programs
- Self-Assessment Tools
The lecture also included Working conditions of employees &Training in Career Development for Improved performance.
Training & Development is an attempt to improve current or future employee performance by increasing an employee's ability to perform through learning, usually by changing the employee's attitude or increasing his or her skills and knowledge.Out comes: The session was interactive and useful. The speaker gave the knowledge on how to build career, how to plan, what are its outcomes, the working conditions of employees in an organisation. At the end of the session students had a lot of knowledge about HRD.
A Guest Lecture on Investment Management was scheduled on 08/04/2017 for finance students of 4th semester. Dr. G. Mahadevan was the expert who delivered the guest lecture on the topic Fundamental and Technical Analysis predicting the stock price movements. Dr. G. Mahadevan Senior Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi and also Associate Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India for more than three decades. The program was organized under the guidance of Ms. Jayashree. N, faculty of department of management studies in co-ordination with MrTejas Vyas, faculty of department of management studies.
Dr. G. Mahadevan spoke about determination of the intrinsic value of a stock is the chief mission of a fundamental analyst. The fundamental analyst will look at a company's profile, seeing when its latest earnings reports were released, what type of news is expected from the company, and accordingly analyze if the market has correctly priced in all this information into the stock's price. He also statedtechnical indicators are frequently used by technical analysts to help make their trading decisions. Popular technical indicators include moving averages, MACD, regressions, support/resistance levels, etc. It was a fruitful and successful session with Dr. G. Mahadevan. The students learnt a lot about powerful strategies that investors and traders can utilize to aid their trading decisions.
A Guest Lecture on E-Marketing was scheduled on 03/04/2017 for marketing students of 4th semester. Mr. Shreedhar Bhatt was the expert who deliver the guest lecture on the topic (E-Marketing). Mr. Shreedhar Bhatt is a young entrepreneur who founded the company World Vision Softek and is also the Director- Tekvity Pvt Ltd. Recently he has started a new start up- SATVA. The program was organized under the guidance of Dr. Smita, faculty of department of management studies in co-ordination with Mr Tejas Vyas, faculty of department of management studies.
Mr. Shreedhar spoke about Ethical and Legal Issues related to online marketing, he also spoke about Privacy, Digital Property, Online Expression, Cyber Security and Cyber Crime.It was a fruitful and successful session with Mr. Shreedhar Bhatt. The students learnt a lot about pros and cons of Internet Marketing and how to safely use internet for marketing purpose.
The department of management studies, NHCE conducted a guest lecture on Corporate governance, the speaker for the day Mr M. Amba Shankar a very talented and dynamic personality imparted his valuable wisdom. The event was conducted on 7th April 2017 in the seminar hall.
The guest speaker related his life experiences of working in corporate environment and the concept of corporate governance followed in it. He showcased the deep importance of being ethical in business and follow good business practices that helped in the betterment of the society. The core aspects of the topic were discussed very efficiently by the speaker.
The entire session was very useful and helped everyone gain awareness and knowledge in corporate governance. The event was a success with the support and encouragement of Dr. Sheelan Mishra, HOD dept. of Management studies, faculty, coordinators and with the active participation of the students.
The session based on personality development was held on 4th February 2017 by Department of Management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering .
Mr. Thomas John Rose from Wiseforce mission which is an motivation and management training company conducted the session .The session was interesting and interactive. The topic for the session was very essential for the young generation. It is the aspect which relates to the individual to take the initiative and lead the gathering. All the negative aspects must be overcome by strong positive attitude. We must be bold enough and stand strong against the anti-social elements in the society. We as students must be disciplined and be United and work together in bringing the country forward.
The session had many interactive activities in which all the students participated. the session also gave many key takeaways which are important in individuals life to have a good personality.
The Department of Management Studies, New Horizon college of engineering organized a guest lecture on experiential learning explaining the broad concept of information to transformation process conducted by Mr. Sanjeev Bansal on 6th February 2017.
Mr. Sanjeev Bansal is an active member of Dreamsalive consultants gave a deep insight of self-realization to attain success in our life, he emphasized the very important aspects of our hidden talents and how they can be identified and used as a tool to achieve success.
The session was very informative and it was a success with the encouragement and support of Dr. Sheelan Misra, HOD department of Management studies, and all faculty members and students of Management studies department.
Ms. Shobhana and Mr. Ravi Kumar K from Live wire delivered a guest lecture in Department of Management studies on Business Analytics on 3rd Feb, 2016. The program was attended by the students of MBA II sem and all the faculty members.
The lecture emphasized on the need to understand and evaluate Data in today's world. A brief demonstration of R Programmer, SPSS, SAS & Business Analytics was given in the lecture. Speakers also focused on the opportunities available in the areas of Business Analytics and perks offered. Through various live case studies they depicted the usage of Tools for analyzing and interpretation of Data.
Department of Management conducted a Guest Lecture session on Entrepreneurship Development on 5th November 2016. MR. Amit Punjabi came as a guest lecturer. MR. Punjabi is young entrepreneur, who started SANKALP ACADEMY – A TRAINING AND COACHING ORGANISATION.
The whole session was based on entrepreneurship development. In this session he informed about the first step to be taken to start business, how budding entrepreneur can think in creative way to start a business, how to ignite yourself. He motivated the student that they can create jobs for others rather than do a job. How students can improve themselves by participating in more activities, by learning more skills. Heopined that,‘How many times you try ismore important than how many times you failed.’ Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasms. - Winston Churchill (The former Prime Minister of United Kingdom.)
He inspired the students to push themselves every time because no one else is going to do it for us. Its only we who can change our life completely by keep trying because there is no substitute for hard work. He shared his life experience through which he suffered during the starting period of SANKALP ACADEMY, what kind of problem he faced, how he managed all these problems, how many times he failed and how he over come from these difficulties.
This session motivated and inspired the students to do their best because our life will be our message to the world and we should make sure its inspiring and motivating.
The Department of MBA organised a guest lecture for the students of third semester on 14th September 2016 in the Falconry hall. The topic of learning was entrepreneurship development, which was very profoundly delivered to the students by Miss Bhumika Jain and Miss Vasudha Veeranna in a span of two hours. The session gave students a clear blueprint of how and what steps to be taken to be a successful entrepreneur and the importance of an entrepreneurship cell in the colleges that enhance and develop the entrepreneurial skills in students. Miss Bhumika Jain who is a Senior Associate- Entrepreneurship Network and Entrepreneur support programs with National Entrepreneurship Network, is supporting NEN’s network of academic institutions and start up ecosystems. She spoke about every minor aspect related to NEN and the benefits that ED cell that can enhance and polish the entrepreneurial skills in students, through her presentation that included informative videos which consisted of information about young and successful entrepreneurs and their journey to fame. She also shared incidents and activities of ED cell that they performed during their student life which attracted students towards joining the ED cell in the department. Students were updated with the recent employment requirements in the country, the competitive market and its expectations in the current world that gave students a brief on the world business trends.
Meanwhile Ms Vasudha Veeranna who is the co-founder of Crafting Genius, shared her experiences from ED cell that helped and inspired her to be an entrepreneur, her talk inspired all the students towards entrepreneurship and motivated their morale. She encouraged all the students by offering them internship in her company and building interest in students towards work. The session was a huge success and managed to serve the purpose of its conduction, huge turnover of students was seen interested in the ED cell of this college. The session showed way for many promising entrepreneurs of college.
The Department of Management Studies organized a Guest lecture on “Capital Markets” on 15th September 2016 in the Falconry Hall of New Horizon College of Engineering. The speakers for the session were Mr. AjithJojo- Regional manager of “Geojit BNP Paribas”, who has the experience of working in different cities in south India for the last sixteen years and Syed SuhailAhemad – also from the same company was also the speaker for the session. Geojit BNP Paribas it is a leading financial service company in India with a growing presence in the Middle East. The company has rich experience in the capital market to offer its clients a wide portfolio of savings and investment solutions. The gamut of value-added products and services offered ranges from equities to Mutual Fund, Life & General Insurance and third party fixed Deposits. In this session students learnt the basics of how the buying and selling of shares takes place, about Capital Market, the working of stock market by monitoring the online stock market activity. Also, light was shed on the various options available on the Demat account - its meaning and importance. It was an interactive session wherein the various methods of investing were stressed upon and also queries of the students were addressed both by Mr. AjithJojo and Mr.SyedSuhail.
A Guest Lecture on Project Management was successfully organized by the Department of MBA on 11.08.2016 in the Falconry seminar hall which witnessed an enthusiastic response and good participation from the students of 3rd semester MBA. Mr. ArunKelkar, Ex- Army Officer and an Engineering and Management Consultant initiated the talk on how managing projects has become quite a challenge to many organizations. He also made the students aware that theprojects are not confined only to bigger businesses but are also related with every event we experience in life. In his lecture he also introduced the participants to case projects and challenges in the composite industryand also showed the related videos.The guest lecture saw a good response from the Faculties and the students of the department of MBA.
Department of Management Studies, NHCE organized an industrial visit to VST tillers & tractors, Bangalore on 19th, 21st and 23rd February, 2018 for 1stSem students of MBA. The visit was scheduled on 19th Feb for section A students, 21st Feb for section B students and 23rd Feb for section C students.
Students were explained about their production plant, design and layout of production. A brief insight about their products, manufacturing, finished goods were also given. Students were taken around the entire plant and given explanation regarding every department and units of plant. All queries were been answered and also shared their work experience.
V.S.T TILLERS TRACTORS LTD was established in the year 1967 by the VST group of companies, a well known century old business house in south India. The founder of the group was SRI V.S THIRUVENGADASWAMY MUDALIAR who started with the humble beginnings under the VST and Sons banner in the year 1911.
V.S.T TILLERS TRACTORS LTD is the India's largest exporter and holds 51% of equity in the listed company shares in the market. It’s ranked as NO.1 TILLERS AND TRACTORS Company.The company exports its products to Africa, Russia and Myanmar. It also exports component parts to U.K and Europe.
The visit was organized with the prior permission and guidance of Dr SheelanMisra (HOD, department of management studies).It was a success with the support of faculty co-coordinators along with the enthusiasm and initiative showcased by the management studies students.
The department of management studies, NHCE organized anindustrial visit to VST tillers & tractors, Bangalore on 21st, 22nd and 23rd August 2017 for three batches of MBA third semester students.
The visit was organized with the prior permission and guidance of Dr SheelanMisra(HOD, department of management studies).It was a success with the support of faculty co-ordinators along with the enthusiasm and initiative showcased by the management studies students.
Summary of experience:
The students were explained about the various components of the tractors and tillers manufactured in the company. This was followed with a walk around of the entire manufacturing units wherein students were subdivided into two batches. The entire production operationswere explained in detail. Various concepts of marketing and operations related to the management studies was enriched through practical exposure. Overall the experience was very valuable which provided prospective for further career enhancement.
The Department of Management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering had organized an Industrial visit for the students of MBA second semester. The visit was at Akshaya Patra Foundation, which provides Lakhs of mid-day meals to various schools in Bangalore.
The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related to marketing, financing, and human resource are carried out in NGO and give them the feel of the organization atmosphere.
Altogether there were four batches of students:
Batch 1 visited the NGO on 6th April, total number of students were 32. The students were accompanied by Ms Kerena, Sr. Asst. Prof, MBA
Batch 2 visited the NGO on 7th April, total number of students were 23. The students were accompanied by Ms Niviya Feston, Sr. Asst. Prof, MBA
Batch 3 visited the NGO on 8th April, total number of students were 23. The students were accompanied by Dr. Smita Harwani, Asst. Prof, MBA
Batch 4 visited the NGO on 10th April, total number of students were 36. The students were accompanied by Dr. Aradhna Yadav, Sr.Asst.Prof, MBA
The students had a view of the entire production and packaging layout. They also had an understanding of the importance of the level of hygiene required in a food Industry and the Challenges associated with it.
The Department of Management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering had organized an Industrial visit on 3rd October 2016 for the students of MBA third semester, section A. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related to marketing, financing, and human resource are carried out in company and give them the feel of the organization atmosphere.
We along with 48 students lead towards industry at 9:30 am and took about 45 minutes to cover the distance. We left the place around 12:30 in the afternoon. The company is located at Dairy Circle, Bangalore- 560078.
As soon as we reached company we were guided by an Assistant Manager Mrs. Gouramma to an entire industry where an orientation of company was given by visiting in each department and our respected faculty member Mrs. Kerena Anand accompanied us.
The Karnataka Milk Federation (KMF) has 13 milk unions and Bangalore Milk Union limited (BAMUL) is one of the 13 milk unions under KMF. We got an elaborate idea of several processes in making of the milk products. It had given a lot of insight into the well-equipped Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging units which has a close relevance with the course which we are pursuing.
The Department of Management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering had organized an Industrial visit on 8th Sept 2016 for the students of MBA first semester, section B & C. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related to marketing, financing, and human resource are carried out in company and give them the feel of the organisation atmosphere.
The department of management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering (NHCE) organized an Industrial visit to GP foods limited located near Hosur road for the first semester (Sec A) MBA students, the entire duration of the Industrial visit was for 3 hours. The visit was organized on 8th dec’2016.
The department of management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering (NHCE) organized an Industrial visit to GP foods limited located near Hosur road for the first semester MBA students, the entire duration of the Industrial visit was for 3 hours.
The industrial visit gave an insight in the core marketing concepts like production, manufacturing, packaging and labelling it gave a practical exposure to the theoretical knowledge. There are 300-350 workers and 150 employees working as higher authority, the production is done in 2 shifts and each shift is of 8 hours’ duration. Per minute there are 90 pieces of wafer sticks produced by the duel machine the product manufactured is tested in the product lab for quality and then the final product is packaged in different quantities and prices. Strict quality standards are followed.
On the whole the experience motivated everyone with enriching ideas and knowledge. The visit was a success with the help of students, faculty coordinator and with the encouragement of DrSheelanMisra (HOD, Department of Management studies)
New horizon college of engineering MBA department had organised an orientation program on GROOMING AND ETIQUETTE for the students of MBA first year on 11th of October 2018. The speaker for the lecture was Dr. Sowmya Narayan , a great person with successful life, spoke person, who carries a life mantra as “LIVE EVERY MOMENT” and a motivational speaker.
The guest lecture was welcomed by a short talk by Dr. SheelanMisra, professor and HOD, Department of Management Studies. In her welcome speech she spoke about the introduction of Grooming and etiquette values which one should inculcate.
The entire lecture was based on how one should groom himself/herself, to set a mark in the corporate world. As well what are do’s and don’t that one should follow in dressing sense, walking sense, eating sense and everything that is part of day to day life.
Ma’am kept the whole lecture as a two way communication and discussion which made everyone enjoy the learning.
Key points that were highlighted:
- Positive attitude
- Self confidence
- Leadership and motivation
- Communication skills
- Language skills
The guest lecture was welcomed by a short talk by Dr. Sheelanmisra, professor and HOD, Department of Management Studies. In her welcome speech she spoke about the importance of joy.
The entire lecture was based on secret key to happiness and how to update our inner IOS system that is he explained how to change our negative to positive mindset to achieve happiness and success in life. And also Sir enhanced many hidden skills in us by his speech and explained tips and skills needed for one’s employability that is
- Positive attitude
- Technical skills
- Leadership and motivation
- Domain knowledge
- Communication skills
- Language skills
The guest lecture was welcomed by a short talk by Dr. Sheelan Misra , Professor and HOD, Department of Management Studies. In her welcome speech she spoke about the importance of change for the development of one self .
The entire lecture was based on self awareness and how to bring changes in life , ma’am spoke about how to identify ones weakness, threats and change them to strengths and opportunities and spoke about how to achieve short term goals and long term goal and also spoke about four sentences that can change ones life
“ I am not okay - you are okay
I am okay - you are not okay
I am not okay - you are not okay
I am okay - you are okay “
Ma’am ended her talk with a positive note that any change is possible as long as we are confident and we believe in that change.
All of us enjoyed the talk. It helped us gain positivity towards the concept of change . The lecture was interesting and fun, lot of us hope that there will be another lecture conducted by Preeja Sreedhar.
He concluded by saying the importance of the technicality of finance in the stock markets.
The objective of the program was to refine the concept of an ideal entrepreneur in student’s minds. The students from all the departments of NHCE participated for the lecture and got benefited. It was a wonderful session and students received lot of takeaways from the program.
To have a unique opportunity to experience strategic and execution aspects of business and make decisions that differentiates you from the sea of business graduates.
There were two industries namely C100838 and C100837. Which consists of 12 companies (teams) namely Andrews, Baldwin, Chester, Digby, Erie and Ferris.
The main product which the company’s deals is sensors the initial investment of the twelve companies was 100 million.
Day 1 session:
The session started with the introduction to business simulation by Mr. Kalind at 9:00 AM the de-briefing session started by 10.00 AM the students were guided on how to use the given capstone portal. The students were informed to work on the four main branches of the business such as R&D, marketing, operations and finance to add on value(figures) in order to compete within the industries.
At 10.00 am the students were asked to enter the strategies in the portal by 12 noon.
The round was successfully completed by uploading into the portal were the speaker analysed all the companies with respect to the industries and suggestion were given by him to the students regarding their strategies and on their improvements for the next rounds.
The session concluded by asking the students to upload their strategies for the next round within 24 hr for the next session.
Day 2 session
The session started by a round of de-briefing and analysis of round 2 performed by all the teams. After this the teams were asked to perform similarly for round 3 and were introduced to the next two branches which is Human Resources and Total Quality Management (TQM) they were asked to upload information.
At 12 noon the speaker analysed all the companies strategies for about 1 hour
At 2 pm the session resumed for the last round where all the teams were given 1 hour to build strategies for all the branches and upload all their decision by 3:15 and later analysis for all the decision was done by giving insights of their performance, the session ended by providing instructions for the future 4 rounds that teams are suppose to play remotely and submit their decisions on the given dates and the debriefing for those sessions will be provided to the teams online.
The Placement Department has organised a session on Resume Building as part of the students placement traing for Master Of Business Administration students. It was conducted on 29th of August 2018 Classroom.The session gave a brief idea about the content of resume and how exactly the proffessional resume looks like. They also delivered the Do’s & Don’t’s in the resume.
The training emphasized the following key areas.
- A guiding principle of the résumé writing profession is that there are no hard and fast rules.”
- The proliferation and the purpose of an effective Resume.
- The Key components should be included in the Resume.
- The Do’s & Don’t’s in a Resume
The Department of Management Studies organized a CAPSTONE BUSINESS SIMULATION for global and professional students. It was conducted on 28th of August 2018 in the Chanakya Seminar hall. The session was delivered by MR. KALIND SHAH,the session was conducted mainly to re-innovate the thoughts of student about business.
The training emphasized the following key areas.
- The proliferation and the purpose of CAPSTONE BUSINESS SIMULATION.
- The major areas to be covered during the course.
- Various forecasting& Decision making to be taken by the student.
- It was also stated the key things, the business need to maintain during the period, where as creating value is one of them.
The Orientation was done by Mr Girish and Mr Tilak Thomas, IIMBx Program coordinator from IIM, Bangalore. The Program was schedule on 20th Aug’ 2018 in MBA seminar hall, NHCE.
The program was good and was conducted with lot of enthusiasm and energy. It focused on the outline of the course and methodology that will be adopted during the flow of the course. The students are looking forward for the course.
He also briefly explained about the expectations of the companies in hiring the MBA graduates, discussed on the various major roles that an MBA graduateshas to perform in their career and their roles and responsibilities that has to be taken up in their future. He also explained the importance of Placement Training Classes, Life Skills Classes and also he took us through the various rounds conducted by the companies in the hiring processes.
It was a great learning and an alarm to students to get ready to the Placements which will be starting from 1st of October 2018.
Training and Placement Department, NHCE organized a seminar preparation on Small Retail formats on Saturday, the 4th of August 2018 in the MBA seminar hall for III sem Marketing students. Ms.Soma Maitra, Chief of Membership Marketing for Small Format Retail, Future Group, Delhi was the key speaker accompanied by Mr. Nelson Thomas, HR Manager, Future Retail, Bangalore.
Ms. Soma Maitra went on to say the trends, patterns and the size of retail industry in the country. She shared Kishore Biyani’s vision of Rs 40,000 crore turnover in the FY19, of which Rs 5,000 crore from small-format stores.
She shared the ambitious Retail 3.0 digital strategy, which blends technology with the bricks-and-mortar store model. Under the new model, the company is allowing customers, who have paid a Rs. 999 annual membership fee, to order grocery and food products through its app, chat platform WhatsApp and over the phone from small-format stores such as Easyday, Nilgiris and Heritage. She said the group has 7,00,000 members so far and aims to take this figure to 1.7 million by the end of this fiscal year. Apart from the flexibility of ordering online, home delivery and picking the products from the store itself, the members will also get a 10% discount on the products at these stores. In terms of store count, the group has set itself a target of reaching 450 Big Bazaar stores and 8,000 to 9,000 small-format stores by 2027.
She concluded by saying that the Future group is the biggest proponent of online to offline (O2O) strategy and to be present across all the platforms wherever the consumer is willing to transact.
She expressed her eagerness to work closely with NHCE, in terms of guest lectures, recruitments and internships.
Dr. Lakshminaraya thanked the entire team and expressed his openness in collaborating and working with Future group in the days to come.
The Department of Management Studies in association with New Horizon Quality Assessment and Skill Development Center had organised a Faculty Development Program on 27th July, 2018 on SPSS(Statistical Package for the Social Sciences ) conducted by Dr Senthil Kumar working in the Department of Management Studies, Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology.
SPSS is a software which is used for analysis of any research like projects/ internships. This is a comprehensive system for analyzing data. SPSS can take data from almost any type of file and use them to generate tabulated reports, charts, and plots of distributions and trends, descriptive statistics, and complex statistical analysis.The purpose of this workshop was:
- To enable the faculty members to get the practical knowledge of the SPSS software
- To enable faculty members to guide students for the analysis chapters of their projects / internships.
The workshop started at 9.30 am with an introduction on SPSS software usage in research area by Dr Sheelan Misra Prof & Head of Department of Management Studies, NHCE. Dr Senthil Kumar in this session taught the participants on how to enter data, different techniques of analysis and different kinds of software which is used for various kinds of calculations. He also focused on Correlation Techniques, ANOVA and non parametric tests- Chi square. His teaching methodology was Illustration based with various statistical techniques. To provide better understanding of the software, he made all the learners to apply same kind of techniques with different examples. After getting results from the software, the resource person also made the participants to understand the importance of Interpretation which is very crucial in statistical analysis. Later the participants were asked to present the sample Interpretation prepared by them; he pointed out the mistakes and made changes accordingly. It was interesting as well as informative session. With this workshop, we can say that faculty members are well equipped to guide students in their projects/ internships, students can improve their analytical skills and thereby get their CV’s enhanced which in turn will help them get better placements.
Total Number of participants were 16 mainly from Department of Management Studies and Department of Computer Science Engineering of NHCE.
The session came to an end with the vote of thanks by the faculty members Dr Srikanth (Professor) and Dr Smita Harwani (Senior Assistant Professor), Department of Management Studies of NHCE .The Department of Management Studies would like to acknowledge Dr Girija, Director, NHQASDC for all her support to conduct this programme.
The specialization programme of New Horizon College was held in a befitting manner. Presided over by the Head of the department of management studies. The programme was attended by the students of MBA department.
We had amongst us Mr. Arjun Vellal , founder and CEO of Proawitz Leadership Inc. He has consulted and trained over 100 companies across India and Asia. He brought to us the scenario of the real corporate world outside, the hardships one has to go through. In short, he made us aware to be vigilant in what specialization we opt for and be confident with it. He made us aware of the skills we need to instil within oneself, how as individuals we should mould ourselves towards perfection required outside the real world. He brought out the vivid R’s circulating human resource they include Recruitment and Retain, Remuneration, Rewards and Recognition and Rules and policies. He also emphasized on the areas we need to polish ourselves like in communication,negotiation,leading and personality.
Mr.ArjunVellalindeed delivered a valuable speech. An expression of gratitude to the Head of the department, Sheelan mam for organising such an eye – opener session.A Report on Finance Specialization
The specialization programme of New Horizon College was held in a befitting manner. Presided over by the Head of the department of management studies. The programme was attended by the students of MBA department.
We had amongst us Mr.Anu Mishra, Senior Tax Accountant at DynCorp International LLC, Former senior at Ernst and Young and a former management trainee at corporation bank. He brought out the scenario of the real corporate world outside, the hardships one has to go through. In short, he made us aware to be vigilant in what specialization we opt for and be confident with it. He made us aware of the skills we need to instil within oneself, how as individuals we should mould ourselves towards perfection required outside the real world. Finance is not every person’s cup of tea but one can pave way towards it, to make things a little easy Mr. Anu Mishra instilled out the apt things needed.
Mra.AnuMishra indeed delivered a valuable speech. An expression of gratitude to the Head of the department, Sheelan mam for organising such an eye – opener session.A Report on Marketing Specialization
The specialization programme of New Horizon College was held in a befitting manner. Presided over by the Head of the department of management studies. The programme was attended by the students of MBA department.
We had amongst us Mr. Bheemasain Joshi, an MBA graduate specialized in the field of marketing and currently the regional head in CANARA HSBC OBC LIFE insurance company. He brought out to us the scenario of the real corporate world outside, the hardships one has to go through. In short, he made us aware to be vigilant in what specialization we opt for and be confident with it. Being from a marketing background, he stressed the pros of being in a marketing field, the benefits one gains, the peak level one can attain opting his/her marketing skills. Adding onto it he even brought to us an insight into what to focus on, what skills to adopt and the cherry on the cake was he even brought into light the recruitment criteria in general and theneeded by an individual incase applying for a marketing profession.
Mr. Bheemasain Joshi indeed delivered a valuable speech. In his speech he gave much importance to the field of marketing and was elated that such a programme was arranged.
However, the dilemma that had cropped up for many students regarding as to what to do with marketing as a specialization was erased off and they even had a clear picture as to what it is out in a corporate world. An expression of gratitude to the Head of the department, Sheelan mam for organising such an eye –opener session.
An Entrepreneurship Development program was organized on 24th of March’ 2018 in Department of Management studies, NHCE. The program was hosted by Entrepreneurship Development Cell and started at around 2 PM.The guest for the day was Mr. Pranav Jha who is a nodal manager of PM-YUVA Bangalore branch.
Entrepreneurs are frequently thought of as a national asset that are to be cultivated, motivated and remunerated. Entrepreneurs can change the way we live and work. And so the aim of entrepreneurship cell of NHCE has always been to educate, mentor and provide enterprising resources to budding entrepreneurs and to build an exhaustive resource pool to aid potential student entrepreneurs at NHCE.
Mr. Pranav Jha oriented students about the ED Cell and the incubation centre. He also motivated them to participate in the events that are organized. He focused on encouraging students to opt entrepreneurship as an option. It was a well organized and a fruitful session.
Department of Management studies had a organized a seminar on 14th March, 2018 in falconry hall. The session was about Corporate Governance in the Financial sector and Mr. Chetak Kulkarni was the speaker for the day.
Mr. Chetak Kulkarni is an Associate Director at Trade finance Product, IDFC Bank. He is an alumnus of the department of management studies,NHCE. He is a Banking professional with overall 10 years of expertise in the areas of Liability, Assets, and Trade Finance & Foreign Exchange.
Mr.Chetak enlightenedthe students about the key elements of corporate governance and discussed the policies and structures that can be adopted to promote effective corporate governance in the financial system.With his knowledge, Mr. Chetak summarized the factors that can cause or contribute to financial instability, including weaknesses in corporate governance arrangements. He enrichedabout how the banks operate, the key skills required in finance field like Excel, SQL, SAS, R, Python, Also types of analytics, the different structures of banks, the current scams in bank (Nirav modi’s case, Kingfisher and many). He concluded the session by telling corporate governance effectiveness does not only depend on rules and their enforcement, but also on ethics and culture within the firm. The session was a very good take away of knowledge to students.
A SPECIALISATION ORIENTATION
Department of Management Studies of New Horizon College of Engineering organized “Classroom to Corporate’’, a specialisation orientation for 2nd Semester students on 10th of March, 2018. Eminent industry experts were invited in the respective domains offered by the institute and they were able to interact with the students to make a sound decision on choosing their areas of specialisation. The experts even promised to continue with the association further. Dr.SheelanMisra, Head of Department of Management Studies rendered the formal welcome and gave the insights of the program. Sreejith G, Kavitha Nagaraju, Padmaraj and Vinod Kumar - alumnus of NHCE- MBA shared their enriching expertise and knowledge in each of the five domains. The floor was then opened to question and answer session. The students took active participationthat gave rise to impromptu questions, where the experts gave a more concrete understanding of the domains. The program lasted for 3 hours that augmented learning and dissemination of knowledge that can aid students to select the area of specialisation.
Department of Management Studies of New Horizon College of Engineering organized an FDP on Design thinking on 28th of February 2018 for the MBA faculty members. The session was conducted by the company ‘I For Indya’.
I For Indya strives to build a clear, committed and creative India by enabling and supporting aspiring businesses, individuals, educators and social entrepreneurs to go further and faster. Their services include the programmes for Corporates, Educators and Individuals.
The resource persons for the session were very young and talented, Ms Urvashi, Life Design Lead in I For Indya and Mr. Jashwant, session Co Ordinator I For Indya. The session was very interactive involving some activities. The participants were made to do an introspection on their wheel of life and were made to write down their goals for life.
The speakers facilitated the participants to convert their goal into the measurable steps and explained by what means to achieve it. By the end of the session all the participants made a 90 day monthly plan of achieving their respective goals in life.
The session lasted for 2.30 hours and was a very prolific session for the faculties.
VENUE: LE MERIDIEN HOTEL BENGALURU
DATE: FEBRUARY 21ST 2018
BANGALORE CHAMBER of INDUSTRY and COMMERCE along with Manipal Global Education Services organized a Conference on Digital-Darwinism: Thriving in the phase of Technological change.
The Conference began at 6:00 pm with a welcome address byVaitheeswaran S, CEO MEMG who shed light on the rapid technological changes that requires a sincerely adaptable working force and the role of institutions in delivering this need. Furthermore he emphasized on the need of multifaceted learning for the graduates to be one step ahead of the curve.
The welcome address was succeeded by a speech by the key note speaker of the evening, Dr. Anand K Josh. The focus was majorly on how the market is changing with respect to upcoming exciting innovations and shorter life span of products and how this makes the traditional success stories irrelevant.
2 Panel discussions were conducted.
The first panel discussion was on – how academia is geared up to take on the current and emerging tech trends and disruptions.
The panel was moderated by Balachander N, Group Director, Coffee Day Group and constituted the following four speakers;
Swapna Bapat, Director, Technical Sales, Microsoft
Kiran GR, entrepreneur
ShivkumarVenkateshwaran, IIMB, CHRO
Srikanth N R, MD HR in Technology, Accenture
The discussion covered the importance of digital learning in addition to conventional teaching methods and the alignment of academic syllabus with industry essentials, the advantage of taking up online certifications and how it enables the student to increase their worth as a potential corporate employee. The key is to increase effectiveness of teaching to produce efficient and well trained graduates.
The second panel discussion was on – How to create more Student Entrepreneurs from Institutions- Incubating in Academia.
The panel was moderated by Sudheesh Venkatesh, CPO Azim Premji Foundation, it constituted of the following speakers;
Srikanth Iyer, CEO and Co-founder of Homelane
Manas Dasgupta, ANZ Wealth
Dr. Anil Rao Paila, Senior Dean, Welingker institute of Management, Bangalore
Gopal D, CEO MeritTrac
The discussion catered to questions about why our country with 50% of its population under 25 years of age has produced only a minimal number of entrepreneurs and where are we missing out. The absence of successful alumni committees and the skeptical system that doesn’t fund for the ideas of our young budding entrepreneurs was addressed. To an extent, even the society needs to grow more liberal in terms of looking at failures. Only then can we create an environment where people aren’t afraid to take the risk and this spirit will inculcate the belief that makes an entrepreneur.
The event was concluded by distributing prizes to students who had participated in the online photography competition on the theme- Digital Darwinism- Be Bold & Be Digital. The evening ended with a networking dinner.
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Submitted to- Dr. SHEELAN MISRA
The Entrepreneurship Development Club of New Horizon College of Engineering from the Department of Management Studies had organised an ED Awareness programme in a form of a Street Play on 24th February, 2018. Venue for the skit was Basketball court of New Horizon College of Engineering.
This Programme was organised to make the students understand about the path less travelled, the path of entrepreneurship. The play aimed at motivating students to become entrepreneur and start their own business. An awareness was created about Entrepreneurship Development Cell with an Incubation Centre of New Horizon College of Engineering that helps students of all departments to encourage them to develop their own idea which can be started as a business with all the help that they require.
The students of the club form the management studies performed a street play with a team of 11 members to magnetize the other department students of the college to enrol themselves to the ED cell to expose their idea and to grow as a successful entrepreneur.
The main aim of this awareness programme was to forge recognition among the students and encourage them to emerge with new ideas and become the aspiring entrepreneurs who will be the job providers than job hunters.
A Case Study Analysis Workshop, conducted by Dr. Vijay Padaguri- training officer at Manipal Banking Institute, Manipal Global Academy ,Bangalore Campus was organized by the Department of Management Studies, NHCE on February 24th 2018 at 2 PM.
The objective of the workshop is to familiarize MBA students with the importance of Case Studies as part of the curriculum and how does it affect one’s job acquiring skill set.
Throughout the workshop, various activities were conducted to explain the differences and concepts of Caselets, Video Cases and full-fledged Case Studies.
The speaker shed light on how crucial it is to identify the problem early on to prevent complexities in finding solutions to the problem.
Students were actively participating as Dr Vijay Padaguri covered the PNB issue as a lesson for lack of problem identification amongst the industry. Another case of how the banking sector is evolving to align itself with the rapid technological boom was talked through.
Along the same lines, the marketing strategy analysis of kinder joy was deliberated and a great number of ideas and promotional tools were suggested by the audience.
By the end of the workshop, students were able to understand that the requirement of today’s industry is to have professionals who are creative at problem solving and the skill of analysis and critical thinking will gain them an edge over the others.
The workshop was an hour and a half long for each sections . It was a great learning experience . Since the basis of MBA program is to have a deeper understanding of the real-world corporate dealing, this workshop pushed the students a step ahead.
Skill and Personality Development Program Center for SC &ST Students of New Horizon College of EngineeringIn Collaboration With Department Of Management Studies, NHCE Organized a 2 Hours Session On The Topic Financial Literacy for SC/ST Students. The Program Was Scheduled On 21/02/2018 In the MBA Seminar Hall.
This Program Was Conducted for Welfare and Betterment of Sc & Sc Students Of Nhce. The Speaker for This Program Was Ms.Somya Who Works with Finsafe, A Bangalore based Finance Education Organization FocusingOnEquipping Indians With Strategies To Handle Their Money Based On Goals, Growth & Safety.
Founded by industry experts with 50+ years of combined experience in Banking, Financial Services, Wealth-Management and Investment Planning, Finsafe aims to provide robust insights to anyone trying to do more with their money. The key objectives of Finsafe are to provide a scalable learning solution and a Knowledge Center to enable continuous learning in personal wealth management. The team also won the Grand Jury Prize for work done towards Financial Education & Inclusion at CNBC Financial Advisor Awards, 2015; 2017.
Over the last 3 years, Finsafe team has conducted trainings for more than 19,000 people in India. These sessions pointed out a worrying trend – most working young in India have little or no understanding of the basics of financial investment, making them vulnerable to wrong advice or un-informed decisions. Trending lifestyles, coupled with ignorance, lead to scenarios where people are unlikely to meet their life goals, due to mismanaged finances.
More Than 150 Students Were Benefited by This Inspirational Session. Miss.Somya Explained in Detail About Saving and Investment She Also Focused on The Necessity of Savings and The Benefits Of It To Students In Their Future. It was effectively Conveyed to Students with Inspirational Videos and lot of Interaction.
Students from Biotechnology, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Civil, Automobile, Mechanical, Information Science, MCA department of New Horizon College of Engineering participated for this event.
The event was a huge success with amazing participation and enthusiasm.
The Department of Management Studies of New Horizon College ofEngineering conducted a workshop on “WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE CURRENT CENTURY” in MBA seminar hall on 21st Feb’ 2018 at 2:00 pm. The eminent speaker for the day was Mr. Bruce Weitzen founder and president at Cambers LCC.
The workshop started with an activity of drafting a letter to the head of the department stating that ‘why did I choose MBA and how is it so far’ the speaker asked to list few core points that is important to be mentioned in the document which might helpin preparing the document quickly and effectively.The speaker also mentioned few essential points that should be followed while drafting a document:
- Organise your thoughts before drafting any document.
- Write done the core points to be mentioned in the document.
- Analyses what is the purpose of the document.
- Who is the reader of your document?
- Always should put yourself in the shoes of the reader
- What perception will the reader have when he/she reading the document will it give a bad/good impression of the writer
- Read 2 to 3 times proof read the document and ask yourself some questions which will be asked by the readers
- Cover all the 5 C’s which is followed universal
All these above pointshave helped each student on improving once writing skills and also gives the reader the interest to read the document clearly and quickly.
The workshop was so handy for all the students on how they can one improve their writing skills for the current century. The session was so captivating that students were able to understand where they are lacking while the formatting any kind of document.
And the session came to end at 3:00 pm by giving vote of thanks and token of appreciation by Dr. Sheelan Misra the head of the department of management studies.
A Team of 7 faculties from MBA department of New Horizon college of Engineering visited Welspun Corp as an outbound Industry Training Program on 3rd Feb’2018. The team started at around 8 AM from the college campus. It was a full day program which gave the faculties lot of insights about the working and operations of the company.
Welspun is a global textile company started in the year 1991 by Shri. G.R. Goenka .It is the largest integrated towel manufacturer in Asia, a leading supplier to 14 of the top 30 US retailers, and a global supplier offering the entire range of products within the segment and they diversified their business in Pipe Manufacturing.
In the Line Pipe sector, Welspun has done many projects including the world’s deepest pipeline project in the Gulf of Mexico, U.S.A, heaviest pipeline project in the Persian Gulf, highest LNG pipeline project in Peru and longest pipeline project from Canada to the US.
They have Offices & Plants in many parts of India, Middle East & America.
We were fortunate to visit one of their plant in MaddurTaluk ,Mandya. Here they make welded pipes of different diameters and thickness based on customers demand.
Their corporate office is in Mumbai in lower Parel. They have one more plant in Kutch which caters the demand of north India.
They procure raw materials from TATA, Jindal and others. The raw material comes in coil form it’s straightened first and then the edges are grooved and welded to make pipes. It’s then tested again rechecked and welded again for accuracy. Then it’s tested by passing water through it at heavy pressure to check if any leakage is there. If it passes the test then it’s sent to cut to barcoding and then loaded on trucks. They use 3rd party logistics for transportation. Overseas they export using seaways.
Maddur plant works 24 hours with 3 shifts with more than 250 workers and follows 7s of Quality.
They even do employee engagement activities at all levels. Welspun is proactively involved in a highly developed CSR programme which focuses on the three ‘E's - Education, Empowerment & Health and Environment.
Overall it was a great experience to visit welspun
The department of management studies conducted a panel discussion on the topic budget 2018 and post demonetization and GST on 8thFeb 2018.
The speakers for the day were Mr. Jagdish V Ahuja, founder of capital market academy and Mr.Vasanth Aditya,founder and director Kreetam law association and moderator was DrSainath A. R., Professor in the department of Management studies, NHCE.
The gathering was addressed by Dr. SheelanMisra, the head of the department of Management studies. The discussion started with lot of enthusiasm and they shared their knowledge about the current budget of 2018 and how it impacted the society and corporate.
The discussion was conducted on the following questions
- Comparatively huge budget was allocated for defense. Why?
- Will the fiscal deficit increase or decrease when the crude oil is excluded?
- Is India in a diplomatic stage towards urbanization fortunately or unfortunately?
- Was the budget allocated sufficient?
It was an interactive session between the students and the panel members. It was a fruitful talk and the students learned a lot from the discussion.
The Department of Management studies, New Horizon College of Engineering organized Business Acumen 2017 on management, technology and innovation on 3rd November, Friday, 2017.
The event registration started at 9am in the Department of Management Studies where 150 participants including in house and externals took part in the event. The event was hosted by Srinivas, Chandana, Syed and Bugeshree which started at 10am with an invocation song followed by the lightning of the lamp by the chief guest, head of the department, principal and the judges. The gathering was welcomed by Dr.SheelanMisra, Head of the Department of Management Studies, NHCE followed by the conclave chair address. P. Subramanium, Honourable chief guest addressed the gathering by giving a talk on the strategies and innovation ideas required to build up a good business which was followed by the Principal’s address Dr.Manjunatha.
Dr.SheelanMisra and Dr.Manjunaths felicitated the chief guest and the five judges NITTE Meenakshi, Mrs Suhasini, SJES College of Management Studies, MR. Rahul Prakash, Infinity Research, Roopa Devi, Garden City Uiniversity and Prof. Shilpa with a sapling and a memento. Vote of thanks was offered by Prof.Tejas Vyas, faculty of Management Studies.
After the tea break, the presentation track-wise began in 5 different classrooms with 5 judges respectively. The participants were very enthusiastic and motivated by the participants, Finally, Prof. Sainath, Faculty of Department of Management Studies announced the winners. NITTE Meenakshi, Jyoti Nivas College and New Horizon College of Engineering secured the 1st 2nd and 3rd positions with two participants each.
The event was concluded by offering the final vote of thanks from Prof. Santhosh, Faculty of Department of Management Studies followed by the National Anthem.
Management, Technology and Innovation- “Role in Value Creation for Emerging Economies”
Day 1: 10.11.2017
The Department of Management studies, New Horizon College Of Engineering in association with Association of Management School organised National Conference on the theme Management, Technology & Innovation: “Role in value creation for emerging economies on 10th & 11thNovember 2017.
The event on 10th November 2017 began with an inauguration and lighting of the lamp followed by speeches delivered by noted business exponents who have rich knowledge and experience in their field of expertise.
The august gathering was welcomed by Dr SheelanMisra – Conference chair and HOD – MBA, NHCE. The crux of the event was explained that revolved around the concept of management and technology, adaptability to changing business environment and openness to embrace the dynamic business environment that incorporates new technology in its business practices.
Followed by this Dr Manjunatha – Principal, NHCE emphasized the importance of leveraging existing practices to emerging practices. The 6‘A’s regarding the academics, activities, assessment, access /network, attitude, agility was beautifully explained in its own context. The importance of men management and changing mind set from traditional approach to modern approach was effectively emphasized.
The opening remarks by the guest of honour Dr Anil Rao Paila - President – AIMS and Sr. Dean and Director ,Welingkar Institute of Management Development & Research, Bangalore revolved around the most significant concept of design thinking where the business need to understand the customer needs and come up with suitable solution. The necessity of innovation was given at most importance in the present business scenario.
The conference address by the Chief Guest Dr Mathew J Manimala – Director XIME, Bangalore and Professor and chair person OBHRM, IIMB highlighted the need of the hour to be independent, adopt to change, the evolution on creativity and innovation over successive years. The application of copy plus strategy which is also an incremental strategy to enhance business along with problem sensitivity was effectively delivered to the conference gathering.
Dr. C.S.R Prashanth – Dean Academics and HOD – CSE, NHCE gave factual details of companies who have excelled as well as failed depending on their willingness to adapt the best business practices, Innovation, Technology in their respective business.
The event was concluded with the vote of thanks by Prof.Kerena Anand, Conference Secretary and Faculty, MBA, NHCE followed by the National anthem.
Day 2: 11.11.2017
After the success of day 1 of the National Conference, Day 2 was another big day for New Horizon College of Engineering which included inauguration and the paper presentation event. In total there were 71 participants from 22 colleges and 51 papers.
The chief guests Mr. Sudarshan K.N and Dr.Bholenath Dutta were felicitated by Dr Manjunatha, Principal – NHCE. The Judges for the day were Abubakar Siddeeqh, Shitanshu Prasad, Dr KarthigaiPrakasam C, Prof.Kishinchand Poornima Wasdani and M.K Lodi. The judges were felicitated by Dr.SheelanMisra.
Dr Manjunatha – Principal stressed upon the problem in India with regard to research. He spoke about ‘The Pushpak Vimana’ related to Indian Mythology had inspired wright brothers to discover aeroplane. According to Dr Manjunatha the principle of developing the habit of research is “Initiate, Improve, and Innovate”.
Mr. Bholenath Dutta began the session by throwing light upon how PKSF &Gramin banks are working towards equity and equality which is one of the important sustainable development goals set by United Nation. He strongly believes in human capabilities. The beauty of human capabilities is that it can be developed and appreciated. He beautifully quoted “Being employed is always at risk,being employable is suitable”.
The special purpose of Mr. Bholenath Dutta at the National Conference was to award Dr.Manjunatha the Principal of NHCE’ “The Outstanding Academic Leadership Award, 2017” From MTC Global.
The Gathering was also addressed by the Chief Guest, Mr. Sudarshan K.N a graduate in Electrical Engineering with over 38yrs of Industry experience globally. He has worked extensively in electrical manufacturing industry. He said that today we are considering every challenge as disruption and not as opportunity which is a biggest drawback in Indian Economy. Mr. Sudarshan does not complicate the word “Innovation” and simply tells that innovation is to discover the existing and not invention of new technology. He mainly focused upon ‘Improvement and growth in rural poor lives’ by providing lighting, quality education and undertaking corporate social responsibility activities. Bridging in technology to public masses is the most important factor for the development.
It has always been an immense pleasure for the students of NHCE to listen to Dr.SheelanMisra, “To be in one place, One needs to keep running , The most effective thought to address the gathering. According to Dr.SheelanMisra, The 3 most important aspects to be successful are research, mind set, attitude of running (keep going) so that one is not outpaced by the competitive world.
The paper presentations were conducted in the Department of MBA and were concluded at 4:00 pm followed by the valedictory program.
On the occasion of 142nd Birth Anniversary of SardharVallabhbhai Patel, Department of Management Studies organized essay writing and singing competition on 31st October 2017 in MBA department under the guidance of faculty coordinator Dr. SmitaHarwani.
Essay writing competition had 90 participants and 8 participants for singing which included both students and faculties.
The topic for essay writing was Relevance of SardarVallabhbhai Patel in today’s india and patriotic song for singing competition.
The judges for singing competition were Prof. KerenaAnand and Prof. Carolyn and judge for essay writing was Prof. Arun.
New Horizon College of Engineering, Department of Management Studies, in collaboration with Entrepreneurship Development Cell organised “E-WEEK”from 23rd October to 28th October 2017. NH-EDC assist the students and institutes’ faculty to solve commercialization issues and aims to provide exposure to our students and the team constantly work on finding creative events and competitions to ensure all the aspiring entrepreneurs are exposed to opportunities and much more, and one such event organised by ED Cell is “E-WEEK”.
E-WEEK was 6 days entrepreneurship festival which mainly focused on creating awareness among the students and also generating ideas for start-ups.
DAY-1& DAY-2(23rd Oct – 24th Oct)E-JAAGURTHI (EMPOWERING YOUTH)
The programme was conducted for two days on 23rd and 24th.The aim was to spread the awareness of entrepreneurship development and reach government school students. The students were divided into groups to visit schools and colleges to spread the awareness, it was a good interacting session among , where the students made them understand about the importance of entrepreneurship through their motivational speeches and also made it more lively by doing some activities. In two days the students visited 10 different schools in areas like Kudulu gate, Bommasandra, etc
DAY-3 (25th Oct)E-BAATCHEET (E-TALK)&E-TALAASH (E-HUNT):
In E- talk young entrepreneurs were invited from different sectors to share their experience with the students. It was a round table discussion. Budding entrepreneur like Mr Shaswath Swaroop founder of a technology based start-up and Ashok Kumar founder of my dream garden were the speakers for the day. It was 3 hours session were the students received various inputs from the entrepreneurs.
Followed by E-Baatcheet there was live contest in New Horizon campus. The participants were hunted and were tested on their entrepreneur knowledge.
DAY-4 (26th Oct)E-DANGAL (RUBIX):
On day four, 5 different competitions were organised. These competitions were running simultaneously. The event had a good response with close to 200 participants coming from various colleges in Bangalore. The main objective of the event was to motivate the students to consider entrepreneurship as an option against jobs. The first prize was awarded with the cash of Rs2000/-. It was an exhaustive one day programme with lot of learning and encouragement
DAY-5 (27th Oct) E-UDHYOG (I EXPO):
The 5th day started with thought provoking talk by eminent entrepreneurs. Intellectual personality like Mr Pranav Jha, Nodal Manager (Karnataka) Prime MinisterYuvaYojana, Ms Harmeet Kaur Bajaj, Founder and CEO of Fermata Ventures, Mr Gourav Singh, NEN wad, Ms Pooja Bajaj, Founder and CEO of Soulblaze and Ms SyamiliSyam is Alumni NHCE and Business Analyst and Agile Process Specialist for Philips Ltd. at Wipro Technologies. The session continued with the presentation of student’s live projects and start-up ideas. The idea behind E-Udhyog was to inculcate the spark in the students to start their enterprises and support the country.
DAY-6 (28th Oct) E-WALKATHON
NHCE organised a Walkathon for the social cause of women empowerment and it was inspired by PM’s initiate of “BETI BACHAO, BETI PADHAO”. There were 400 participants from the college. The students started walking from Mysore Bank circle to Freedom Park holding plug cards and shouting the slogan “Betibachao, betipadhao and save the girl child”. This occasion was graced by eminent personalities like Dr.Kalpana Gopalan IAS, Department of Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (AR, Training and Poltical Pension), Govt. of Karnataka, Ms RapidRashmi, RJ Big FM, Ms PoojaUpendra, Namma Radio and Ms Vaibhavi, Member of AWAKE.Students presented a street play to show the importance of women empowerment.
NHBC – 2017 is a platform for businessmen, professionals, practionals, researchers, and academicians to the latest best practices of corporates that shape new India. The conclave welcomes Business and institute personnel to a one-day conclave on 15th September 2017 at New Horizon College of Engineering campus, Bangalore.
A One-day programme on ‘Business Conclave” was organised at the New Horizon College of Engineering (MBA) inAuditorium on Friday, 15th September 2017. The programme was welcomed by the conclave chair Dr. Sheelan Misra (HOD-MBA), addressed by the conclave advisor, Dr. Arun Bhardwaj, founder and Chief Mentor of Happiness Technology, followed by Mr Mohapatra, Global Head- Talent Transformation WIPRO BPS and Presidential Address by the Conclave Patron, Dr. Manjunatha, Principal, NHCE.
Followed by welcome speech we started our first session panel discussion, “PANEL DISCUSSION ON NEW INDIA”. The conclave was meticulously planned under the direction of prominent academicians to ensure that the program is of the highest standards, and is supported by some of the industry partners like MTC global and L & D Global. The theme for NHBC-2017 is “Blending Best Business Practices for New India” which is one of the most top concept in the academic and corporate circles.Dr. Arun Bhardwaj hosted the panel discussion with panellists –
- Chethan Kulkarni, Associate Director, IDFC Bank, who spoke about New India Technology Advancement.
- Chandan Kr, Manager, NEN, who discussed about entrepreneurship and the opportunities available to entrepreneurs.
- Manish Sinha, Sr. Leader- Hr., Motorola, who spoke about Human Resources and management.
- Leena James, Associate Professor, Christ University, Spoke about CSR.
- Enti Ranga Reddy, CEO& Managing Director, Legend Technologies who gave presentation about Sir Vishweshwaraiah in regards of Engineers Day.
- Mr Sandipan Mitra, CEO, Hunger Box, who spoke about Challenges emerging on New Technology on Food Apps.
Finally, panel remarks were given by Mr Surya Mohapatra, Global Head- Talent Transformation Wipro BPS and his motivational speech was enlightening, by this we came to an end of panel discussion.
Followed by panel discussion we started our afternoon session “Knowledge Deliberation”, where the speakers for the day had revised the concepts of Business Ethics, the following are the knowledge of information’s shared by Mr. Vasanth Adiithya , Kreetam “The strategies for the firm as whole”- was discussed by Associates, according to him the Business Ethics is a concept of Consciousness of the relationship between principals and agents- such topics are obviously ethical, as they deal with how a firm relates to the outside world, and hoe it builds relationship within, the next speaker Mr. Suhas, Alumini of NHCE, “ The goal of Special Ethics”- is to explore how firms can enhance their understanding and implementation of corporate governance. The session ended with another esteemed guest Prof. Y.K Gaur. Professor, NHCE who discussed about, “Moral Responsibility of firms”- the impact of corporate culture, and the role of leadership.
The report calls on business schools to adopt principles and practices for building model business ethics programs at their institutions. Based on leading thinking of noted guests and business leaders, it provides clear and actionable recommendations for business schools attempting to build or strengthen the ethics education of their students.
The ED cell Idea lounge of NHCE of the department of management studies, organized an awareness program on entrepreneurship under the guidance and support of Dr.Sheelan Mishra (HOD) and faculty coordinators. Students from all the departments of NHCE attended the program.
NHCE was proud to welcome the representatives of AWAKE (Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Karnataka) Mrs. Jagadeshwari and Mrs. Vaibhavi, who were the guest speakers for the day. The event started off by signing the Memorandum of understanding between NHCE and AWAKE. The session was very interactive and imparted ample amount of knowledge on entrepreneurship. The duration of the guest lecture was one and a half hour.
The esteemed guests shared their life time incidents and experiences that led them to become a successful entrepreneur. The importance of AWAKE in their entrepreneurial endeavor was notable. Also, they inspired the students when they gave real life examples of women who took up entrepreneurship as a challenge and with the help of AWAKE have been successful in meeting up with their goals.Insight on AWAKE:
- Established in 1983
- Works towards Empowerment of Women through Entrepreneurship development to improve their socio-economic condition
- Not for profit organization
- An ISO 9001 – 2008 accredited NGO
- Unique approach of “Entrepreneur guiding Entrepreneur”
- Individuals aspiring to be an entrepreneur
- Women Self Help Groups
- Non-Governmental Organizations
- Business counselling
- Entrepreneurship Awareness Program [EAP]
- Skill development program
- Business incubation
- Marketing support
- Management Development Program
- Credit referrals
- Research and Resource Centre
- Membership services
AWAKE takes care of the requirements to set up an enterprise starting from registration of the company until the smooth running of day to day activities. The students were also offered all the possible support for their entrepreneurial dreams to come true.
The various student queries on challenges, risk taking and motivation were very well answered. Overall it was a very enriching session. And the students got to know the various pros and cons of being an entrepreneur.
The Department of Management Studies organised domain trainingon the courses intended to be given as part of Operations specialisation on 30th July 2017. All the faculty members attended this program. The session was delivered by Mr. Shano Jacob, Manager, Toyota Kirloskar.The training covered the following key areas.
- Role of operations and how they are connected to other business functions organizations.
- Transport Management System of moving freight from origin to destination in an efficient, timely, reliable and cost efficient manner.
- Identification of gaps in the syllabus in order to be at par with the industry expectations.
The resource person gave a lot of deep insights and lot of intellectual inputs about the coursesto be offered and the program was well appreciated by the faculty of MBA department.
New Horizon Educational Institutions (NHEI), Bangalore has been lighting the path of learning since 1970 and has been striving for innovations in education, research and technology ever since. NHEI comprises of eight educational institutes viz. New Horizon College of Engineering, New Horizon College (Kasturinagar Campus), New Horizon College (Marathalli Campus), New Horizon College of Education, New Horizon Pre – University College, New Horizon Research Foundation, New Horizon Public School and New Horizon Gurukul.
New Horizon College of Engineering has been awarded “BEST ENGINEERING COLLEGE IN INDIA-SOUTH and “BEST TECHNICAL INSTITUTE FOR EMPLOYABILITY IN SOUTH –INDIA” by ASSOCHAM, NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE AWARD FOR 2017, held in New Delhi on 23rd February, 2017.
We are happy and proud to inform you that the Department of Management Studies, New Horizon College of Engineering had organized a one day Management Fest “RUDRAKSH”; the state level intercollegiate fest on 24th March 2017.
The Fest was a management oriented event that gave a platform for the students to share knowledge and also help them showcase their managerial, leadership and entrepreneurial skills through interaction and innovation. The RUDRAKSH event targeted both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students from various specializations and streams across the colleges in Karnataka. The theme for the Fest this year was “Interact, Innovate & Inspire”
The fest includedKalakaar (Talent Show – Solo), Kalakaar(Talent- group), Vitta (Finance Competition), Mantram (Marketing Competition),Vhyakhya (HR Competition), Yogana (Business Plan Competition), chakravyuh (Best Manager Competition).
We are grateful to Indian bank for their generous sponsorship towards this fest.The fest was promoted with Banners, posters, Winners certificates bearing Indian Bank’s logo. Among the other sponsors were Chaitanya Developers and Voolsy.
The event was graced with the presence of Kannada film star Ishan , - Hero of the movie Rouge, Kannada Big-Boss star Kirk Kiriti. Among the guests there were eminent personalities from Business and academia. This fest uniqueness was that many alumni of the department also graced the occasion and played an important role in organising the fest.
The event witnessed 60 teams and 200 individuals participation from various colleges to name a few : MSRIT, CMR College, Oxford college of Engineering, Krupanidhi and many other.
MBA Dept in association with the Acumen Club organized a one day workshop on ‘BUSINESS ANALYTICS’ on 11th March’ 2017. The endowed speakers were Mr Mohan Kumar-Business out come services, Mr Balaji and Mr Girish Rao of Wipro ltd .Following Topics will be covered by the speakers:
- Need and growth of analytics in India and worldwide with examples of organizations having leveraged it
- Importance of analytics and what areas they need to focus upon in the next few months
- Career opportunities and salaries offered
- Current trends / patterns & application of analytics in business
- Case studies
There was a tremendous participation from UG and PG students. The program had lot of take ways for the students who were much interested of analytics workshop in India. The workshop was attended by 166 students. Activity based learning was the greatest takeaway for the students in the afternoon session.
The department of Management studies, New Horizon college of engineering organized the women’s day celebration on 9th march 2017 themed iconic women who changed the world. A very talented and a young achiever Ms. Shriya Dinakar, the guest speaker for the day gave a deep insight on the empowerment of women.
The women’s day celebration was marked with the active events organised for the students of NHCE. The events conducted included the essay writing, portrait sketching / painting and DIY based on the women’s day celebration theme. Everything aimed at exploring the literary streaks, artistic and creative talents amongst the students. The valedictory function had dynamic speeches delivered by the guest for the day Ms Shriya Dinakar and Dr Sheelan Mishra, HOD department of management studies. The speeches delivered emphasized on the importance of women being independent and successful and their role in the growth of the nation.
The event was successful with the support and encouragement of Dr Sheelan Mishra, HOD department of management studies, faculty members and with the active participation of the students of NHCE.
Business Acumen 2017 is a unique two day national level workshop and paper presentation competition. Here the participants are exposed to the vital business concepts like design thinking, leadership, business plan and case study analysis by industrial experts. The participants are given opportunity to present and interpret their learnings.
The report mainly concentrates on the Business Plan event of the Business Acumen program. Business plan forces oneself to think realistically, objectively and unemotionally about the business aspects. It leads to questioning of past and future assumptions. It makes easier to understand the objectives and strategies of the business.
There were two important events that took place in the business plan category- one is the workshop on the first day i.e.,16-02-2017 and the other is the business plan presentation on day 2 i.e., 17-02-2017. The speaker for the workshop was Mr.SubhashDhar. Mr. Speaker has completed his graduation in the field of Computer Science Engineering from Birla Institute Of Technology, MESRA, India and has completed his MBA from IIM, Bangalore. He is the Co-Founder Of Brand Accelerator and CEO of Commence Mint. He gave an intensive educational experience in a short amount of time about business plan. The participants got to learn many hand on skills and new methods to develop a business plan. The day two was a presentation competition. It was judged by Mr.ShashwathSwaroop who is a budding entrepreneur. There were twelve groups who gave their business plan presentation and the best two presentations were awarded.
Mr. Chiranjeev Brahma from SAP the speaker for 16th February conducted an effective workshop on Design thinking, he gave a very valuable knowledge on understanding the needs of the consumers and ideating the needs into a prototype. On the second day of the workshop a paper presentation competition was held based on the design thinking concept judged by Ms. Amritha Pathak who is an SAP consultant. The best two teams was rewarded out of 6 teams.
Case study analysis workshop was mentored by Dr Bholanath Dutta on 16th February 2017 who gave the ideas of how to solve a case and analyze the particular case, totally six cases were given to six different groups which had to be presented the next day. The workshop was successful with the support and encouragement of Dr Sheelan Mishra ( HOD dept of Management studies) faculty co-ordinator Mr Tejas Vyas and active participations of students. Lots of takeaways was there for the students.
The expert for Leadership Track was Mr. Rabindra Gudibande, an international trainer with the work experienec in startegic position in various MNCs. He delivered his workshop motivating students to beocme an active player in the field of life. All the partiicpants of the workshop presented their thoughts on leadership in the competition held next day on 17th February which were judged by Mr. Tejender Singh, who is an alumunus of MBA 2006- 2008 Batch.
Following is the feedback received from one of the Expert speaker: (as received in mail)
Dear Dr Sheelan,
I enjoyed every moment with your students, colleagues, other guests & your good self. Your hospitality and efforts specially the attention to detail in organizing the event is praise worthy.
The teamwork was excellent.
Could clearly see that you all are building an Institution of ”A Can Do Culture”. Very much liked the design of your two days program. These Students were positive, ready to learn & experience more. They know a good followership attitude will them tom a good leader
Kindly continue to give them the experience of Leadership Venture that facilitates Self Discovery.
There are some well established assimilation leadership techniques for students like S.I.G.N ,C-C-C, F.R.E.E & S.T.O.P coupled with some robust models that make these students step from their comfort zone ,exceed their personal limitations & experience leadership first hand.
Am sure they will soon learn to understand, continue to hone various skills & show their capabilities of
- Strong entrepreneurial spirit
- Empowered risk taking ability
- Very high on aspirations
- High degree of inquisitiveness,
- Hands on learning,
- Fast Decisions Making
Appreciate the efforts Dr Aradhana & Prof Niviya for coordinating .
Also thank your driver Munivenkkallapa.
Hope to send you the modified PPT which I shared with students with some ideas & food for thoughts within next 7 days after my return from tour.
Gudibande K Ravindra
The event was a success with the support and encouragement of Dr Sheelan Misra, (HOD, Department of Management Studies), the faculty co-ordinators and with the active participation of students.
Department of Management Studies, New Horizon College of Engineering and Happiness Technologies in association with Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship conducted One Day Management Development Program on Blue Ocean Strategy and Design Thinking “Making Competition Irrelevant” in the campus on 13th January 2017.
Mr. K. V. Ramesh, CEO, Parsuram Graphics inaugurated the programme with his motivational speech in the presence of Dr. Manjunatha, Principal, NHCE and Dr. Sheelan Misra, HoD- MBA and Program Chair.
The sessions were delivered by the experts in the areas of Blue Ocean Strategy and Design thinking - Dr. Arun Bharawdaj and Mr. Stephanos George Eapen.The CEOs, CXOs, CFOs, CIOs, IT Heads, HR Heads, Senior officials, Professionals in IT, Govt. officials, Start ups, Startup Mentors, Academic Heads and faculty members participated in this one day MDP.
The Department of MBA organized the workshop on SPSS in order to get the real experience of essential dimensions of Marketing Research using Statistical Techniques, Marketing Research, Charts, Hypothesis Testing, Cluster Analysis, Factor Analysis, SPSS, etc.The workshop was organized on August 11,2016 at 2 pm in Falconry seminar hall by our in-house faculty of MBA Department Mr. Ramesh Kumar. N and Dr. Uday Kumar. They introduced to the students the concepts of entering raw data, formatting data, basic descriptive statistics, creating graphs and charts and how to export the data from excel to SPSS.
The workshop provided an interactive atmosphere between the resource persons and the participants.
Department of MBA organised a workshop on 09.08.2016 on Writing Skills for the students of 3rd semester MBAat 2:00 pm in the Falconry hall. The Speaker for the lecture was Mr. Bruce Weitzman and Mr. Solomon Raju. In his talk Mr. Bruce Weitzman – Lawyer, global firm-McDermott Will & Emery and an alumini of Harvard Law Schoolspoke about good leadership and communication thereby winning people’s heart and trust. He conducted mock interview sessions and provided practical orientation to the students. He stressed on the fact that today, effective communication skills has become a predominant factor even while recruiting employees. Mr. Solomon Raju- an author,session was an interactive one.He gave inputs on why is communication important and if one is a good communicator, they’ll have better chances of success.Further he highlighted on the following points.
- Persuade people.
- Influence others.
- Negotiate effectively.
- Provide valuable feedback.
- Inspire, motivate and encourage your staff and employees.
Entrepreneur Development Cell of management department conducted a debate competition on 7th November at 4.00 to 5.00 pm for all management students. This debate was judged by the faculties Mrs. Jayashree .N and Mrs. Kareena with special guidance by HOD of Management Department Dr. Sheelan Mishra.
The debate is one of the academic activities that gives students creative room to express what they feel. The length and breadth of knowledge that gain through this is unparallel. This debate was conducted so that the students improve themselves by exchanging ideas, facts and opinion to each other. Debate also helps in improving the communication skill. This debate gave students the confidence to participate in many activities.
It mainly focused on business affairs, economic affairs and socio- political affairs, Some topics for debate were,‘Is the Foreign Direct Investment good for India’, ‘Social Media is good or bad’, ‘Which will be better MBA from India or from abroad’.
It was organized to create more awareness among the students about the current happenings in the business.
The 1st Guru Kalam Memorial Lecture commemorating the 85th Birth Anniversary of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam on 15th october, 2016 was organized by New Horizon College of Engineering in association with Inspired Indian Foundation. The programme was honouredwith the presence of dignitaries : Dr. Kota Harinarayana (Father of India’s Tejas fighter jet programme), Ms. Jayanthi M. Eshwarputhi (Renowned in Bharathanatayam& Kathak Dance form)accompanied by Dr. Manjunatha, Principal, New Horizon College of Engineering and Dr. Sheelan Misra , Head of Department of Management Studies. The programmae commenced with the national anthem followed by tributes to Dr. Kalam. Dr. Kota Harinarayana in his speech emphasized on the contribution that the present young generation can make for building a developed and prosperous India. He also shared his experiences with Dr. Abdul Kalam. He stressed on the fact that collaboration of the three stakeholders- academics, industry and research & development can bring revolutionary and successful changes to lead India in the field of technology.He highlighted on the importance of networking, artificial intelligence, sensors,software, and social media which directly lead to technological development. He also mentioned that Failing is the key to success. He encouraged youngsters to learn form their failures, work with more speed and achieve success. Be problem solvers, that what industry needs. Build yourself, build your team and build your nation. Innovation is the keyword which will make impossible possible. Make India strong by developing world class innovative technology. India can be the superpower with Quality and Innovation which can be done through hardwork, dedication and diligence. These were the thoughts shared by Dr. Kota. Dr. Kota also pointed out the vision 2020 of Dr. Kalam, that it can only be achieved in years to come when the budding citizens of India work hard with determination and take the leap forward from the rest of the world.The Oath taking Ceremony was also conducted for the students to realize and reinforce their responsibilities to bring glory to the nation as envisioned by Dr Kalam.
All these experts of their fields emphasized on the importance of technology, innovation, dedication, and human values in the younger generation. The panel discussion conducted by Mr. Anantha Krishnan M was full of interaction and active participation and where all the panelistsdeliberated their views and ideas on taking India forward.The session was concluded by awarding Appreciation Certificates to selected staff members of New Horizon College of Engineering for their dedicated and exemplary service to the institution marking the 85th birth anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam .New Horizon Educational Institution, under the leadership of Dr. Mohan Manghnani, Chairman, is actively spreading the message of Values and ethics to the younger generation. Young scientists and engineers from Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) were present in large numbers.
The Department of Management Studies organized New Horizon Business Conclave (NHBC), a platform for the businessmen, professionals, practitioners and the academicians to discuss the latest issues on business sustainability in a turbulent environment. A large number of business and institute personnel in and around Bangalore have attended the one day conclave on 27th August 2016 at New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore. The theme of the NHBC is “Management Practices for Business Sustainability” which is one of the most talked about concepts in the academic and business circles. A large number of students, faculties, professionals and businessmen participated in the conclave organized in the college auditorium. The event stared with a welcome address by the chairperson of the Conclave, Dr. Sheelan Mishra, Professor & Head, Department of Management Studies. This was followed by the address of Dr. Prashanth, Dean - Academics & Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, New Horizon, who mentioned that we usually think in a linear fashion whereas the technology or the industry thinks exponentially. He even opined that new business strategies need to be adapted time and again. The Chief Guest of the event was Dr. S N Rangaprasad, Director, the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises - Development Institute ( MSME-DI), Govt. of India, Bangalore, who spoke about bringing in innovation into business and entrepreneurship. He encouraged the students by saying that each person can grow up to become entrepreneur. According to him, tomorrow’s leadership is based on vision and innovation. The Advisor of the Conclave, Dr. Arun Bhardwaj, Founder and Chief Mentor, Happiness Technology, spoke about invention and innovation. He suggested that we need to focus on problem solving that has social or financial value that would actually lead to true innovation. A vote of thanks was then proposed by Dr. A.R.Sainath, Organizing Secretary and Professor in the Dept. of Management Studies, New Horizon. This was followed by Panel Discussion – I and the sub theme of the panel was: Innovation & Creativity- Tools for Sustainable Growth. Dr. Arun Bhardwaj was the moderator of the panel-I discussion which was elevated by esteemed speakers from the industry and academics. All the experts of the panel stressed on the importance of bringing lots of innovation, collaboration, individualization, and digitalization into to the business to achieve sustainability. They also expressed a new dimension in handling the businesses innovatively by practicing to achieve customer delight and conversation-based business relationship for better results. This was followed by panel-II discussion. The key note address was delivered by Mr. VenkiSundaresan, Senior Director at Cypress Semiconductors. He motivated and inspired students to chase their dreams with ownership, passion and problem solving. His address was then followed by the panel discussion and Dr. Bholanath Dutta, Founder, President and Convener, MTC Global was the moderator of the session. The sub theme of the panel was: Business Transformation through Contemporary Management Practices .The sessions involved in lots of intellectual exchanges and offered an excellent spirit of innovation as a take home to the students who appreciated the content and context of the conclave delivered. This is one of the initiatives by New Horizon to bridge the gap between academics and the industry.
MBA Students of New Horizon College of Engineering in association with Lions Blood Bank organised a voluntary blood donation camp on 27th November 2015.
New Horizon College of Engineering, Department of Management Studies organized Prabandhan Expo a management Event competition on 26th Feb, 2016 for First year students of MBA. Dr. Manjunath, Principal NHCE addressed the students on this occasion saying may be the students represented the different states but we are one. Judges for the event were Dr. Reena Jain, Student Counselor and Dr. Anitha Rai Chief Librarian NHCE. Main objective of this event was “Learning by Doing”. Students learn management by coordinating with the team and time management. Around 200 students participated in the event they represented the states like: Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andra Pradesh, Gujrat, Goa, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh etc.
An intercollegiate national level fest was organized by DOMS, NHCE on 25th March, 2016. More than 250 UG and PG students from 35 different colleges were contested in various events .
Business Acumen 2015, a National Level Paper Presentation Symposium was conducted by the Department of Management Studies, NHCE on the 9th of October 2015. The event was formerly inaugurated by Dr. Subramanian, Former Executive of the RBI who was the Chief Guest of the day.Mr. Geor'jo Pius, Senior PRO of Karunashraya was the Guest of Honour. The theme of this years' Paper Presentation was"Growth with a Purpose - Management and Technology Perspective".
The main theme of the convention was “Entrepreneurial Learning and Development through Management Education: Coaching and Mentoring. The Chief guest and the key note address was given by Dr. Ganesh Natrajan, Vice-Chairman and CEO-Zensar Technologies. The convention comprised of four sessions. More than 100 delegates from all parts of India and Bangladesh, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka & USA participated. A great deliberation and knowledge sharing. The highlight of Sankalp-2015 was the award distribution ceremony on 12th sept. MTC Global top 10 thinkers award was given away for top ten thinkers in the field of management education. MTC Global Award academia was given away for distinguished management teachers. MTC Global corporate award was given away to leading organisations. Dr. Mohan Manghnani, Chairman, NHEI was conferred with MTC Global Award for excellence-Outstanding Edupreneur Award, 2015 in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the field of education and Department of Management studies, New horizon College of engineering was conferred with MTC Global Award for excellence-Outstanding Business School Award, 2015 for its contribution towards imparting quality management education through its innovative teaching methodologies.
The faculty and staff at NHCE are always known for their out of the box teaching pedagogy methods. The International visit, National trip , Industrial visit and many other programs like these make the student learning experience rich and impactful. Especially as management students they are able to acquire traits that the industry demands from them. Realizing the fact that Management is a study based on application sciences, so the institute believes in learning by application.
The main objective behind the value added programs was to make student aware about how various activities related to marketing, financing and human resource are carried out in company and give them feel of managers as soon as they start there course.Some of the project works that the students are doing are as follows:-
- – Feasibility study of launching a product in the market
- –How to improve the efficiency of processes on job floor
- –Researching about tourism in and around city
- –Conducting survey to know consumer preference of a product and then accordingly make business development strategy
- – Learn more about a career and its shades in action
- – Make a solid network
- – Receive a real world experience.
- – These visits prove to be of great help when the students are asked by professors to work on some field research
- – The industries mentor the students with their experiences
NHCE Students International Trip to Germany - Click Here for more photos
International Trip!!!!! Europe Country !!!!........ Global Students of New Horizon College of Engineering along with faculty members started their International trip to Germany on 1st February 2017. We prayed Lord Ganesha for a safe and successful trip and departed to Kempegowda International Airport by bus.
After check-in formalities, we boarded the flight to Muscat and from there to Munich. We reached by 7 pm Germany local time, had dinner in an Indian Restaurant and checked in hotel Acardia, Munchen, had a dreamful sleep after a long flight journey which was important to start the next day with bang bang!!!!!
Day 2: Visit Technical University of Munich, where we were part of a seminar which was primarily based on aerospace works carried away by Professors and research scholars. At the end, Certificates were distributed to all the students and teachers. The second half was a visit to BMW museum, where we were beguiled and fascinated by the display of classic old cars and wide array of colorful cars.
Day 3: Tour to Salzburg, a city in Austria, 2-hour journey from Munich. We enjoyed the scenic beauty and remembered the film SOUND of MUSIC shot there at different locations. The snow fields came in disguise of a paradise and playing with snowballs invoked the kid in us. We also witnessed the famous Mozart house and Lake. Way back to Munich, visit The hanger 7 Red bull museum too.
Day 4: City tour of Munich: There was a lovely lady guide who introduced to the city by briefing about the architectures and other cultural heritages, very popular Oktoberfest, and history of Munich. The Munich City tour followed by the unimaginable visit to ALLIANZ ARENA, the 2nd largest football stadium situated in Munich. It was indeed a dream for every football fan to visit Allianz Arena and we have completely jumped out of joy as we entered into the huge stadium. After that, The Opera House, which had a street stretched with a wide array of shops, where we did the shopping.
Day 5: We started our trip to Stuttgart, which is 350 km from Munich and had a small city tour. The young lady guide explained about the city which is rich in architecture that has stories depicting reign of various kings. By 4 pm, we were at the AUDI factory, where we were shown the MAKING of AUDI car, completely automated process. For 2 hours, we were spellbound and watched the robots involved in the making of AUDI cars according to customer specifications. They make 2700 cars a day, which means around 105 cars per hour!!!!!! After dinner checked into Mercury, a four-star hotel. We have enjoyed the hotel amenities and delicious breakfast, the next day morning.
Day 6: Visit Porsche Museum, and was guided through the development of cars with the help of an audio guide. The real beauty of cars and their evolution…... just like other places the cars were mesmerized us, and later we headed towards Munich. After a fast shopping time, we reported to the Munich airport for our journey back to Namma Bengaluru.
Day 7: We landed in KIA around 1.30 pm and came back to college by bus, thanked almighty for providing us a safe and a happy memorable trip. All of us felt that the Trip to Germany seemed to have flown too fast!!!!!!!!!!!
We wholeheartedly thank our management and NHCE for giving us an opportunity for providing us a wonderful trip to Germany, which was a perfect blend of learning and entertainment which we will cherish forever in our lifetime.
|ACUMEN Club||To organize and coordinate co-curricular activities. To connect with the industry. To inculcate the spirit of research. To provide discussion forums on the management topics aiming at building interpersonal skills.|
|Entrepreneurship DEVELOPMENT Club(Idea Lounge)||To inculcate the spirit of entrepreneurship. To create awareness of entrepreneurship development. To support the budding student entrepreneurs. To network with successful entrepreneurs in the city.|
EXTRA CURRICULAR & SOCIAL PROJECTS
The students of NHCE department of MBA attended the awareness program conducted by Bangalore City Police on 27/08/2018 Monday at the NIMHANS convention center, the stopping the usage of the drugs among the youth.
The Chief Guest of the program was G. PARAMESHWAR Honourable Deputy Chief Minister and Home Minister of the Karnataka Government, addressed the gathering and spoke on the varoius disadvantages that may occur through the continuous usage of the drugs and the various laws which are taking the action on the people who supply the drugs and also spoke on the importance of the youth in the development of the country and also made the audience to take oath on the stoppage of the usage of the drugs.
The police team also made 2 wonderful short videos on the impact on the human being health. That was the great learning about the usage of impact of the drugs.
The Department of Management Studies of New Horizon College of Engineering Organised a visit to SWANTHANA, Care for mentally and physically challenged female children on 12thApril, 2017.
Swanthana is run by the Daughters of St.Camillus. Established in September 2006, it houses 50 females between the ages 8 months and 15 years, who are mentally challenged and have multiple disabilities.
A number of facilities are provided to the physically and mentally challenged ones in SWANTHANA like:
- 50 beds for the mentally retarded children
- Confidential services are provided without distinction of castes, creed and religion.
- Medical assistance
- Entertainment-play, games and music.
It was indeed a great attempt made by the students wherein a large contribution was made by students of various departments of the college in terms of groceries and other daily items. The faculty and the students served as a helping hand by providing food, toiletries, and blanketsfor their daily needs. A numberof activities were conducted in order to motivate the children. The children portrayed their talent by singing songs, drawing beautiful pictures etc. This gave an opportunity for all of us to realise and value the things God has bestowed upon us.
The Department of Management Studies of New Horizon College of Engineering Organized a visit to Cheemasandhra and to Nimbakaypura for Rural development, on 13th and 16th April, 2018.Day 1:
We visited the village at 9am.We were of around 17members in a team and were guided by two faculties Mrs. Karena mam and Mrs. Smitha mam. We spoke with the villagers and doctors for a while and started with the medical camp where free checkup was done by five ophthalmologists to maximum villagers. Meanwhile few students were done campaigns to inform the villagers about the medical camp.
Other few students of our team gave awareness of second day events like sports, cultural and rangoli etc., to each children, men and women. The villagers are kind and welcoming and even gave us some refreshers while we were visiting their houses.
The president of this village provided a hygienic lunch to the doctors and to all students participated in the rural development.Nimbakaypura:
We visited the village at 9am.We were of 17members in a team and were escorted by two faculties Tejas sir and Seshu sir. We spoke with the villagers for a while and started with the plantation of trees. We took 50 saplings and we planted in different places in the village, near the temple, near roadside, schools and many more.
Few members of our team gave awareness of health and hygiene to villagers. In which we have covered how they can prevent themselves from Dengue, Malaria. Also some basic knowledge about hygiene. The villagers are kind and welcoming, They even gave us some refreshers while we were planting trees and offered us some fruits.
We reached the village by 9am. We divided ourselves into small groups for different programme. We were guided by Mrs. Karena mam.Programme 1: Skill development
One of the team started with this programme, we had around 40 kids in the age of 6-16. They taught the basic grammar (tenses, prepositions, articles, etc.,), they were active and responsive. Then our students make the children to come out with their ambitions. We had activities like crafting, sketching, and some games. This programme was for two hours.Programme 2: Sports
The sports team started the programme at 11:30am.
We had conducted various eventslike Tug of war, Running race, Kabaddi, Needle and thread. We had many participants, who took part and they were very exciting. The programme went successfully. Also village students kept the competition among us these made them very happy.Programme 3: Cultural
The event started at 3:30pm.
We conducted attractive programme like solo singing, solo dance, group singing and group dance. Many children were excited to take part in this cultural programme. We had many participants in this programme.Nimbakaypura:
We reached the village by 9am. We divided ourselves into small groups for different programme. We were escorted by Santosh sir and Vinumon sir.Programme 1: Skill development
One of the team started with this programme, we had around 15-20 kids (below 10 years). They thought the basic English and little bit of computer to children, even they were active and responsive. We had activities like crafting, sketching, and some games. This programme was for a hour and half.Programme 2: Sports
The sports team started the programme at 11:30am. We had different programme which areTug off war, Running race,Kabaddi, and Needle and thread.We had many participants, who took part and they were very exciting. The programme went successfully.Programme 3: Cultural
The event started at 3:30pm.We had many programme, Solo singing,Group singing,Group dance.
Many children were excited to take part in this cultural programme. We had many participants in this programme.
At 5pm, we had Prize distribution programme. Prizes were distributed by Mrs.Karena mam, the village president and member of the village panchayat. At last we honoured the guests by giving Momentos to the village president and member of the village panchayat.We students had a great time in the Rural Development programme. We also enjoyed alot by helping and organizing this programme.
As a part of rural development program, two small villages near Chikkbalappur were chosen by the MBA department of New Horizon College of Engineering. The villages are 35kms far from Bangalore. The team of 40 students and two faculty members, Mrs Kerena & Mrs Jayashree had visited the villages for three days social camp from 31st may to 2nd June 2017. The student coordinators were Abhilash L J & Mohd. Anees.
The teams have planned set of events to conduct in the villages relating to problems which were identified in pilot study such as Health and Hygiene, Waste management and Skill development.
Before starting with the programs team had a meeting with the village PDO who supported in all possible ways. Students were given responsibility to Co-ordinate with each element of program. The teams were divided into small groups to cover both the villages. It was a learning platform for students which helped in understanding the problems and giving them sustainable solution.
It was an enriching experience for all the students.
The Department of Management Studies organized a one day Sports Event for the students of MBA and the Faculty members on 26thApril,2017.
Its objective was to develop a sporting spirit in the students, to showcase their physical prowess and gain hands on experience of organizing a sports day at the college in future.
The day was scheduled to begin at 9:30am at NHCE campus, where the students assembled at Nirvana, the event was kick started with enthusiasm and zeal. The event began with Carrom and Chess for the students followed by the faculty members.
After the announcement of the winners in Carrom and Chess, students and faculty members assembled at the Indoor Stadiumby 11:30am to continue the event further with Badminton, Volley Ball and Throw Ball.
The students were very much energetic and enthusiastic to take part in the above mentioned events. The crowd witnessed a very interesting volley ball match followed byThrow Ball and Badminton which were witnessed by a few faculty members and HOD Dr.SheelanMisra and MBA Co-ordinatorMr.Arun Raghu Babu.
After having all the games played, the certificates were distributed to the winners and the runners up at MBA seminar hall and a token of appreciation was given to the faculty members who took part in the Sports event.
It was an exciting day for the students and the faculties of MBA which de-stressed everyone and was filled with lots of nostalgic memories.
Rural areas cover the major part of India's population. They are underdeveloped and also ignored by the Government. As youths of the country, students must take initiative and understand the problems faced by them and bring sustainable solutions.
The students from MBA department visited the rural areas around Bangalore, specifically Peresandra near Chikkbalappur and Marenhalli near Devanahalli. Altogether there were 19 students accompanied by 2 faculties. Students were divided into teams and sent to the rural areas for studying the challenges faced by them. Students identified the challenges faced by the people and few Government schemes implemented to overcome the problems which were not properly executed.
Students also had a faculty in-charge where they were guided on how to carry the survey. Before the survey, the teams had a meeting with the village panchayat head and took the permission to carry on the survey. The people showed a positive response in the survey and were interested in bringing change and gave good feedback about the survey.
As MBA students, future corporates need to understand that they work in society where the business operates and should work towards the overall development of the country
Designation: Forex Dealer
Company Name: Century Financial LLC
Designation: Sales Manager
Company Name: Machine Care Trading LLC, UAE
Designation: Sr. Executive - Business Development
Company Name: Excelledia, Doha, Qatar
Designation: Managing partner
Company Name: Sandesh Sweets LLC, Abu Dabhi, UAE
Designation: Operations Executive
Company Name: PEARL Marine logistics, UAE
Designation: Quality Controller
Company Name: Ford Okville, Canada
Designation: General Manager
Company Name: Noria Lighting
Company placed : Infinity Research.
I really feel proud of being a part of New Horizon College of Engineering which provided me opportunity to showcase my academic and co-curricular talents which led to my overall development. I am extremely thankful to the MBA department and the placement department for grooming and training me according to the industry expectations and standards which has eventually helped me getting placed in a company called Infinity Research. I am really glad to call myself a 'New Horizonite'.
Company placed : Pidilite Industries.
When I started my journey as a PG student at New Horizon College of Engineering in the Dept of Management studies I expected a lot of changes in my life! I happened out here. I always wanted to have my career reformed, the faculty at Dept of Management studies did the same. They converted me from shy introvert to an active extrovert student. This has helped me a lot in interviews and in every aspect of my life. Now I'm placed in Pidilite Industries. I would like to thank the college, the MBA department and the placement dept for making me what I am now.
I’m Grateful to have joined NHCE for my Post Graduation MBA. The combined efforts of the HOD and my faculty members sculpted me to become a professional. I am Very proud to say that, the lessons I imbibed from various seminars, co-curricular activities, lectures, conferences and college fests has brought about a Positive Change in me. The Placement department has imparted all the skills like Aptitude, Personality development, Excel training, Public speaking skills to Ace the tedious interview processes. I am successfully placed in Coffee Day Global Pvt Ltd. Thank you NHCE for bringing the best in me!
The journey in NHCE was amazing. These have been the best days of my student life. We got an opportunity to learn more and above our expectations. We were entrusted with responsibilities that we thought we weren’t capable of. There is so much opportunity given to us to explore our self. Our professors were awesome and very helpful. Training and placement department gave us the appropriate training to match the present days industrial skill sets which in turn helped me to get placed in Indusind Bank.