Leadership is the lifting of a man’s vision to higher sights, the raising of a man’s performance to a higher standard, the building of a man’s personality beyond its normal limitations.Peter Drucker
To create inspired business leaders for contemporary technology enabled organizations.
- To provide practical, relevant and innovative solutions required for dynamics of various organizations.
- To build intellectual capital through effective program delivery.
- To enhance multi-tasking capabilities.
- To impart knowledge & entrepreneurial skills for successful career
- To build life skills through value-based education and service-oriented programs
The Department of Business Management started in the year 2001. It offers 1) Two-year full time course of Masters in
Business Administration, affiliated to Osmania University and approved by All India Council for Technical Education and
2) Three year Full time course in Bachelor of Business Administration started under Autonomy affiliated to Osmania University
from Academic year 2011 – 2012.
MBA Course started with an intake of 40 students and was increased to 120 seats in the year 2004-05. The Department is directed by Rev.Fr.Vincent Arokiadas, Principal, Secretary & Correspondent and guided by Director, Prof. K. Malla Reddy who is
enriched with 36 years of experience in the Teaching and Research field and worked as a Dean, Faculty of
Social Sciences, Osmania University. Right from the inception, the department believed in high academic standards and exceptional content delivery to the students.
- Faculty are well qualified and dedicated and faculty student ratio is 1:15.
- Every year, the department conducts Bridge Courses in Statistics, Accountancy, Computers & Communication skills and also relevant certificate courses are conducted to enhance the students’ employability.
- The Faculty members employ a variety of pedagogy like lecture method, role play, case studies, GDs, etc., for effective content delivery.
- Various Co-curricular activities are organized through Management cells: Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Cells to train
and enhance the students’ employability skills.
- Every year the Department organizes industrial tours both Local and Outstation as experiential learning for MBA First years and Second years respectively.
- They are also oriented about their course, attitude and utilization of their skills in the induction programme and Outbound training programmes are conducted every year.
- Human Resources
- Systems (Minor Elective)
- Sprawling 1.5 acre campus in the heart of the city
- State- of- the- art technology & infrastructure with spacious classrooms with ICT for teaching – Learning process
- Digital library
- Sprawling 1.5 acre campus in the heart of the city
- State- of- the- art technology & infrastructure with spacious classrooms with ICT for teaching – Learning process
- Digital library
- Fully- equipped advanced computer laboratories, including a language lab
- Air-conditioned Audio-Visual Room & Conference Hall
- Seminar Halls equipped with multi-media presentation devices
- Entrepreneurial development cell for inculcating the entrepreneurial spirit in students.
- St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College stood at 144th Position overall India in Private and Government Colleges in India by The Week-Hansa Research B-School Survey 2014.
- St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College stood at 122nd Position overall India in Private Colleges in India by The Week-Hansa Research B-School Survey 2014.
- 76th Perceptual rank & 154th rank overall India among the top B-school by BUSINESS TODAY MAGZINE Oct 28, 2012.
- ALL INDIA Rank in TOP MANAGEMENT COLLEGES by THE WEEK magazine June 17, 2012
- 8th Position in Andhra Pradesh under the Category of B school by State by GHRDC Educational Institutions Survey 2012
- Ranked 91 among top private B-Schools in India by Careers 360 Magazine, December 2011
- Ranked 138 in India among the B-Schools by The Week in November, 2011
- Rated A by Business India in B-Schools survey in November, 2011
- Ranked 9 in Top B-Schools in Andhra Pradesh by CSR-GHRDC, August 2011
- Ranked 20 in the promising B-school Category in India by CSR-GHRDC, August 2011
- Ranked 65 among the top B Schools in India by Careers 360 Magazine, January, 2011
- Ranked 9 in A.P by B-School Survey done by Indian Express 2010
- CSR–GHRDC has also ranked us 8th Position in AP among the B-Schools by B-School survey in 2010 and 9th among the
B-Schools of AP in 2009
- Rated by Business India Magazine as “A” grade College in 2010 B-School Survey
- We are proud to have been accredited with prestigious “A” Grade by NAAC, with CGPA 3.51 rating in 2008.
STIMULATING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
MEMBERSHIPS IN ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS
- Institution Annual Membership of ASSOCIATION OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH ASIA
(AMDISA) : institute membership number is F.196 (V-II) M. 2011-12.
- Life membership with ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN MANAGEMNENT SCHOOLS (AIMS).
(AIMS Life Membership Number: AIMS/LF/AP/SZ/2211)
- Annual Membership with HYDERABAD MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (HMA), REF NO: IS7040.
NOTE : Rev.Fr. Dr.V.K.Swamy is the Secretary of AIMS, Hyderabad.
|S. No.||Name Of Faculty||Title & Designation||Qualification|
|1||Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas||Principal, & Correspondent||MA, MBA, M. Phil, (Ph.D)|
|2||Mrs. A. Mary Francina||Associate Professor and HOD||MBA ,(PhD)|
|3||Dr. R. Anita||Associate Professor & Dean Academics|| PhD ,MBA,BE ,NET,
|4||Mrs.A.Danam Tressa||Associate Professor & BBA (IT) Academic Coordinator||MBA,MCOM,(Ph.D)|
|5||Mrs. K. Srivani||Associate Professor||MBA, MPhil, (Ph.D)|
|6||Dr. Nagunuri Srinivas||Associate Professor, Placement Officer & BBA (BA) Academic Coordinator||Ph.D, MBA ,MPhil|
|7||Mrs. Sangeetha Thakur||Assistant Professor||MBA,DCA,DNC|
|8||Mr. P. Ganesh Anand||Assistant Professor & MBA Academic Coordinator||MBA|
|9||Mrs. Molly Chaturvedi||Assistant Professor & BBA Academic Coordinator||MBA,(PhD), TSAP-SET|
|10||Ms. Smriti Nagaria||Assistant Professor||MBA, AP -SET|
|11||Ms. S. Swapna||Assistant Professor||MBA|
|12||Ms. Jesmy Thomas||Assistant Professor||MBA|
|13||Mrs.Laxmi Madhuri||Assistant Professor||MBA,B.Tech|
|14||Ms.Harriet Jeswina||Assistant Professor||MBA|
LIST OF VISITING FACULTY FROM INDUSTRY
NAME & ORGANISATION
Mr.Seshu Raju - Blue Star
Mr. Ram Kumar - Genpact
School of Management Excellence(ISME), Bangalore
Paper presentations and publications by faculty From Academic Year 2011-2016
Paper Presentations & Publications by faculty till 2015
PAPER PRESENTATIONS / Memberships / Book Pulications 2014-15
Details of Faculty pursuing Ph.D
Faculty completed Ph.D
SEMINAR/WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES ATTENDED BY THE FACULTY
RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY
WORKSHOPS / SEMINARS / CONFERENCES ATTENDED : 2015-16
|Mrs. R. Anita||One day workshop on “Implementation of CBCS in College Prospects and Challenges”||27th June,2015||RBVR College in collaboration with TSCHE & ICSSR|
|State Level University Industry meet on “Skill Transformation in Telangana”||1st Aug, 2015||Osmania University Auditorium|
|Ms. Smriti||FDP on “Effective Teaching and research methods for Academic Excellence”||14th July, 2015||AV College|
|Mrs. Molly||Workshop on Case Study||28th Aug 2015||ICFAI BUSINESS SCHOOL|
|Mrs. Sangeetha Thakur||One Day Faculty Development Programme on “Investment Management in the Global Scenario”||26th Sept 2015||Pragati Mahavidyalaya Degree & PG College|
|Mrs. Danam||One Day Faculty Development Programme on “Investment Management in the Global Scenario”||26th Sept 2015||Pragati Mahavidyalaya Degree & PG College|
|Mrs. A. Rathna Kumari||National Seminar on Business Dynamics-A paradigm shift in Policies for Sustainability||31st Oct 2015||St. Mary’s College|
|Mrs.R.Anita||Invited as resource person by Villa Maria Degree College for Women to deliver a talk on “VARIOUS ASPECTS AND PROCEDURES OF NAAC ACCREDITATION" on 27 January 2016.|
Workshop on 'Enhancing Quality on Education in Autonomous Colleges’
Conducted a Two Day Workshop on “Enhancing Quality on Education in Autonomous Colleges” conducted on 6th & 7th June 2012. The resource persons were Dr.Bernard D’Sami, Associate Professor & IQAC Coordinator, Loyola College, Chennai and Dr.S. Vincent Associate Professor & Director Loyola College, Chennai.
Workshop on 'Teaching Techniques’
The Workshop on 'Teaching Techniques - Case Methods and Management Game' was organized on 9th and 10th June 2011 for the Management and Commerce faculty. Forty participants from St. Mary's Centenary College, Presidency College, and St. Joseph's college attended the workshop. The objective of the workshop was to make the faculty aware of the use of the case study method and management games as effective teaching techniques.
The resource persons Dr. Ramesh G Tagat, former Dean IIM, Bangalore and academic mentor at International School of Management and Excellence at Bangalore, and Dr. P. Narayan Reddy Professor and Head, School of Management Studies, CBIT, made a deep impression on the faculty
FACULTY ENRICHMENT PROGRAMMES
Prof. K. Malla Reddy, Director
Participated in a round table session of Deans and Directors “Each one, Teach one: for grooming developing B-Schools” conducted by AIMS southern region on 29th September, 2011 at Hyderabad
Mrs. R. Anita, HoD, Associate Professor
- Published a paper entitled on "A Study On The Performance Management System In Higher Educational Institutions“ with ISBN No. 978-93-83038091 in National Conference on "Competency Building Strategies for Sustainable Development in Teaching and Research" on 30th October 2013, Organised by Anurag Group Of Institutions, Venkatapur(V), Ghatkesar, R.R.Dist.Hyderabad
- Published abstract in "National Conference on Management and Social Sciences – Its Impact on Sustainable Development" organized on 25th & 26th October, 2013 entitiled "A Study on HRM Practices in Educational Institutions”
with ISBN : 978 93 83038 Organised by School Of Management Studies Chaitanya Bharathi Institute Of Technology, Gandipet.
- Attended AICTE SPONSORED TWO DAY International conference on “Consumer Dynamics and marketing strategies in
globalised economic era-perspectives and challenges" on 29th & 30th Oct 2013 and presented paper “A Study On Consumer Dynamics And Marketing Strategies In Service Marketing" Organised by Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad.
- Attended a seminar on" Research Design Seminar" on 25th September 2013 and presented a paper on "Evaluation of Performance Management System of Business Schools" at Osmania University (Department of Business Management
University College of Commerce & Business Management).
- Paper on FDI in education sector- opportunities & Challenges, at a Two Day National Seminar on FDI in Service
Sector-Opportunities and Challenges organsied by MANUU, Gachibowli, Hyderabad on 22nd & 23rd May 2012
- A Study of Perceptions of Business Management Faculty towards HRD Climate with Reference to Hyderabad
at 24th AIMS Annual Management Education Convention 2012, organized by Deccan School of Management, Hyderabad,
from 25th to 27th August 2012.
- Paper presentation on Higher Education Challenges at National Seminar on Role of IQAC-Sustenance & Enhancement of quality in HEIs sponsored by NAAC, SJC, 25th & 26th Sep, 2012
- Presented a paper on “A Study of Micro Finance and Self-help Groups in rural areas of Rangareddy district” at a national conference, held on 24th October, 2011, organised by Andhra Mahila Sabha, School of Informatics, Hyderabad. The same
was published by Himalaya Publishers with ISBN no: 978–93-5051-369-9. She also attended a two-day workshop on “Case Teaching- Writing Methodologies” organised by CBIT.
Mrs. Sangeetha Thakur
- Attended a one-day faculty development programme organised by Loyola Academy on 11th February 2011.
- Along with 3 Students (Fr. Anthonysamy, Mr. Venkatramana and Mr. Aziz) attended a talk on “How can a Manager deal
with Stress innovatively and Deliver” by Dr. B. V. Pattabhi Ram, Director, Prasanthi Counseling and HRD Centre.
- Attended a two days National level conference on "National Conference on Management and Social Sciences – Its Impact
on Sustainable Development" dated on 25/10/2013-26/10/2013 at CBIT, Gandipet
Mr. V.S. Praveen Kumar
- Attended Departmental Conferenceof PG Teachers of Commerce at Osmania University, Hyderabad on 3rd December 2011.
- Attended One Day Workshop on Case Writing and Analysis at CBIT-Gandipet on 25-02-2012.
Mrs. Danam Tressa
- A Study on higher education Community Engagement best practices at National Seminar on Role of IQAC-Sustenance
& Enhancement of quality in HEIs sponsored by NAAC, SJC, 25th & 26th Sep, 2012.
- Presented a paper on “Women Entrepreneurship- A need for striking balance between personal and entrepreneurial life” in the Seminar on Women Entrepreneurship-Need For Innovation organized by Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad.
Mrs. Mary Francina
- Presented a paper on FDI in Education-Concerns and benefits at a Two Day National Seminar on FDI in Service Sector-Opportunities and Challenges organsied by MANUU, Gachibowli, Hyderabad on 22nd & 23rd May 2012.
- Presented a paper in National Conference UTKARSH-Challenges & Opportunities in Business Management & Information Technology on 13th, 14th & 15th April 2013.Title of the paper is “Challenges of HRM in Indian Economy” at Dr D Y Patil School of Management & MCA, D Y Patil Knowledge City, Charholi Bk., Pune.
- Academic Staff Development-A Challenge of Higher Education at National Seminar on Role of IQAC-Sustenance & Enhancement of quality in HEIs sponsored by NAAC, SJC, 25th & 26th Sep, 2012
- Attended a Two-Day National Conference on NEW ERA MARKETING CHALLENGES Sponsored by ICSSR & UGC Government
of India on 27th and 28th August 2013. Also presented a paper on "Rural Marketing-Opportunities and challenges"
at Department of Business Management University College of Commerce & Business Management Osmania University.
Mr. J. Manoj De Clarance
- Attended a national seminar on ‘Managing strategies for sustainable competitive advantage’ organised by Suprabhath institute for management was organised at the college for the first time in collaboration with ‘Global Association for
Continuum of Business Management’on 21st Sep, 2013
Mr. N. Srinivas
- Published a paper entitled on "Effect of FDI on Indian organized Retail sector – An analysis“ with
ISBN No. 97893 83038091 in National Conference on Competency Building Strategies for Sustainable Development in
Teaching and Research on 30th October 2013, Organised by Anurag Group Of Institutions, Venkatapur(V), Ghatkesar,
- Attended a national seminar on multivariate analysis for management research sponsored by indian council for social science research (ICSSR) and university grants commission (UGC) organized by department of business management osmania
university, Hyderabad – 500 007 on 14th and 15th September 2013. And also presented a paper "Perceptual Mapping of
women consumers on Private Label Brands".
- Attended a one day workshop on “ New Paradigm in Talent Acquisition & Transformation” Industry Segment : Business
Process Management (BPM) on August 14th, 2013 at Crystal-1, Aditya Sarovar Premiere, HITECH City, Gachibowli,
- Attended a Two-Day National Conference on NEW ERA MARKETING CHALLENGES Sponsored by ICSSR & UGC Government of India on 27 and 28 August 2013. Also presented a paper on " Consumers Awareness towards Green Packaging in Hyderabad"
at Department of Business Management University College of Commerce & Business Management Osmania University.
- Attended AICTE SPONSORED TWO DAY International conference on “Consumer Dynamics and marketing strategies
in globalised economic era- perspectives and challenges" on 29th & 30th Oct 2013 and presented paper “Integrated
Marketing Communication-In Modern Economic Era" Organised by Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad.
- Attended a two days National level conference on "National Conference on Management and Social Sciences – Its Impact on Sustainable Development" dated on 25/10/2013-26/10/2013 at CBIT, Gandipet
FACULTY ORIENTATION PROGRAMMES
- Organised National Seminar on Role of IQAC –Sustenance and Enhancement of Quality in Higher Educational Institutions sponsored by NAAC from 25th & 26th September 2012.
- One hour Faculty Interaction with Dr. Ravi Seethamraju, Professor, The University of Sydney, Business School, Australia on 03rd August 2012 on Research, Mini & Major Projects.
- St. Joseph's College has a rich tradition of conducting a faculty orientation programme at the beginning of every academic year for all HAES faculty, serving in their insitutions. This year's orientation, on the theme “The dignity and role of lecturers”, was conducted on 7th and 8th June 2011 and attended by 90 faculty members. Rev. Fr. Balanandam, the chief resource
person in his session dwelt on the equation between good parenting and good teaching. Msgr. Swarna Bernard, and
Msgr. Y. Showreddy, Vice Chairprsons were present at the inauguration
- Rev. Fr. Dr. V. K. Swamy, and Prof. K. Malla Reddy shared their views. The programme aimed at creating the rightattitude towards the noble profession of teaching.
- The Utility of SPSS Software: The Management purchased SPSS software to the tune of Rs. 2.5 lakhs for the benefit of
staff and students. Faculty attended enrichment programme conducted by The Department of Mathematics and Science
on the utility of Statistical Package for Social Services on 26th September 2011. Prof. V.V. Haragopal, Head of Department
of Statistics, Osmania University explained the various advantages of enhancing capacity building as it facilitates better evaluation and analysis of one’s performance.
- Ms. Shailaja Lakshmi of One World Academy conducted an inspirational session on 'Creating Excellence' for faculty on
29th July 2011. The session was informative and imparted wisdom on managing one's emotions for success.
PlacementsBBA III Year ( 2013-16) batch placement information:
|Total no of students registered for placements||:||48|
|Highest package||:||3.12 P.A , Just Dial|
MBA II Year (2014-16) batch Placement information:
|Total no. of students registered for placements||:||93|
|Highest package||:||5,35,000 P.A, Deloitte Tax Services India Pvt Ltd|
- The Department started in the year 2001 with 40 students and the current intake is 120.
- In 2002, “Genesis” a grand event was conducted at BVB Auditorium with over 600 students from various colleges
participating in it.
- In 2005 the college reached academic heights with Mr. Ram Kumar being awarded the Gold Medal at OU.
- Inthe year 2006 the first ever National Seminar in the history of St. Joseph’s college was conducted with dozen’s of
eminent resource persons and the Director of prestigious XLRI Fr.Casimir Raj SJ gracing the occasion. The seminar was inaugurated by Prof. K C Reddy Chairman, APSCHE and the valedictory witnessed the release of souvenir and the address
by Prof.Suleman Siddique, Vice-Chancellor, OU.
EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
National Education Day -Conducted Paper Presentation Competition
|Nature of the Activity||:||Student Centric|
|In charge/Coordinator||:||Ms.Smriti Nagaria|
|Title||:||National Education Day -Conducted Paper Presentation Competition|
|Venue||:||Room No - 103|
|Target Group||:||MBA I & II Year Students|
|No. of Participants||:||22 (11 Teams)|
About the Activity (Few lines): Students presented on topics given for about 5 minutes followed by 2 minutes question & answer session
An active participation and involvement from students.
Case Discussion on "Tesla Electric Car"
|Nature of the Activity||:||Student Centric|
|In charge/Coordinator||:||Mrs.Molly Chaturvedi|
|Date||:||9th Nov 2016|
|Title||:||Case Discussion on "Tesla Electric Car"|
|Target Group||:||MBA I A|
|No. of Participants||:||47|
Objective: To make students practically understand the theoritical concept of Marketing mix
Details: Students were given the case and were asked to answer the question ,discussions were being made, queries were answered
Vigilance Awareness Week-collaboration with SBH in Debate Competition
|Nature of the Activity||:||Vigilance Awareness Week –Debate Competitions
(Student Centric/FDP/Departmental): Business Management
|In charge/Coordinator||:||Mr.P Ganesh Anand|
|Title:||:||Vigilance Awareness Week-collaboration with SBH in Debate Competition|
|Target Group||:||MBA I Yr & II Yrs|
|Resource Person & Organization||:||38|
|No. of Participants||:||Mr.Ganesh Anand|
Objective: to create Awarness about the Vigilance Week and its Importance
NATIONAL POLICE ACADEMY VISIT
College in order to bring awareness regarding IPS services and contribution in the society,conducted visit to Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel National Police academy on September 26,where BBA students also participated and interacted with the top brass of our Country.
MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (MDP)
Mrs. Molly Chaturvedi and Mrs.A.Mary Francina were the resource person for conducting MDP at Idea Cellular for their senior leadership (HR, Finance, Marketing, Sales, Networking, IT) on the topic GLIDE (Grow, Learn. Innovate, Digitoze, Evolve) on August 11 2016 at their premises located at Babukhan Mall Basheerbagh, which was appreciated by the Idea Cellular employees and requested to conduct more number of MDP’S in future.MDP was done for 39 employees of IDEA Ltd. FEEDBACK ON MDP :-
Best session ever heard
Highly effective and Motivational
Speaker was very clear in her thoughts and concepts
Mrs. Molly conducting the session Mrs. Francina was being felicitated
The college has organized an workshop in the subject of Environmental studies where the school students of St.Philips visited our campus to experience the models displayeed by the UG students in main campus (cellar).Imran from BBA (IT) anchored and presented on the topic Global warming on 18th October ,2016“BETTER ENVIRONMENT, BETTER TOMORROW!! SAVE THE PLANET”
St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College organized ES exhibition as part of Environmental Studies subject where the students had to make a model depicting the concept. This was followed by a video and ppt presentation
IMRAN ANCHORING AND PRESENTING ES MODEL (BBA IT II YR)
E-WASTE MODEL(BBA II A )
FDP ON CASE STUDY ANALYSIS & WRITING
|Venue||:||Seminar Hall, Extended campus, St.Joseph’s Degree & PG College|
|Time||:||10:00AM -1:00 PM|
|Resource Person||:||Mr.D.Sathish, Associate Professor,ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad|
|Topic||:||Case study analysis & writing|
|Workshop took place in two phases||:||
Session I : - How to use Case methodology for teaching- Case Analysis.
|Feedback||:||Majority (More than 85%) of the respondents preferred session as an informative and excellent session.|
Department of Business management conducted Faculty Development Program on “Case Study Analysis & Writing” and resource person was Mr.D.Satish, Associate Professor,ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad .He disseminate the finer distinction and nuances of which would have otherwise been unobserved by most of the faculty members, enlightened the faculty members on not only the superficial aspects, but also the core facet of Case study analysis . Faculty interacted with Dr.Sathish and clarified doubts on different aspects.
Principal & Guest Speaker interacting with the faculty members.
ORIENTATION PROGRAMME BBA & BBA (IT) I YEAR 2016-19 BATCH
|Venue||:||Seminar Hall (Extended Campus)|
|Time||:||9:00AM to 1:30PM|
“Future orientation is combined with a notion and expectation of progress and nothing is impossible, Education isn’t what you learnt,its what you do with what you learn”
The Department of Business Management conducted an Orientation Programme for BBA & BBA ( IT ) I Year new students to provide a welcoming atmosphere , introduce students about the college ,give a comprehensive overview of information about BBA course structure, familiarizing them with college & campus culture and to create an atmosphere that minimizes anxiety, promotes positive attitudes and stimulates an excitement for learning.
The programme started with lightning of lamp by Rev.Fr.Vincent Arokiadas, Mrs. Mary Francina, HOD,Department of Business Management, senior students along with the fresher’s as light represents God’s presence and spells the darkness and illuminates which was immediately followed by a prayer song by the BBA II year, BBA (IT) & BBA III year students. Mrs Danam,Faculty, Department of Business Management welcomed the dignitaries on to the dais and welcome address given by the principal Rev.Fr.Vincent Arokiadas who congratulated the students and gave a hearty welcome. He emphasized on reading advertisements which was followed with a short quotation “When I choose I feel I belong to. When I feel I belong to I owe to St.Joseph’s”. which motivated each and every student who made a mark for themselves and concluded his speech by welcoming students to this prestigious college.
Sharing of student experiences was narrated by Insiya Anwar, outgoing BBA III Year student, present students, Saleha, Siddharth (BBA III Year Student ) and Imran ( BBA II(IT) student ) who shared their experiences at the college and thanked the faculty for their continous support and encouragement.
Mrs.Kiran Jyothi, Controller of Examinations, who gave an in - depth information about the evaluation pattern of the courses,CBCS, the newly introduced assessment pattern of internal marks, criteria for pass marks, procedure for a student to get promoted. She informed about the number of chances given to the student to appear for exams in case they do not pass the examination and cautioned them to take internal assessments seriously and never forego writing exams, as the college does not give another opportunity to reappear for internal exams. To make the students feel relaxed after listening to all the formal sessions, an ice breaking session was planned so that students get to know each other and this makes them feel comfortable.
The orientation programme ended successfully with address by HOD to students about the plan for the second day of college and finally the students had a good time meeting new students and faculty in the new environment.
ORIENTATION REPORT OF BBA II & III YEARS
|Class Incharge||:||Ms.Smriti Nagaria|
|Venue||:||Room No – 201|
Learning outcomes of the activity conducted on orientation :
- To help in visualizing their way to success.
- To articulate about their dreams and aspirations.
- To explain that dreams generally are based on what you believe and what's most important to you.
- To build internal motivation to take the necessary actions to achieve dreams.
Class:- BBA II B
|Class Incharge||:||Ms.Jesmy Thomas|
|Venue||:||Room No – 203|
Gave an overview of the subjects and faculty handling them, general rules & regulations, discipline. Discussed about the importance of Statistics in all the fields.Ms.Sumathi had a session on” Be like yourself, a language activity of defining identity”. Students were asked to write their positives & negatives in a piece of paper and were asked to analyze it by comparing with their friends.Mrs.Laxmi Madhuri divided the students into groups and were asked to analyze the changing customer requirements/ evolution of customers.
Mrs. Francina conducted “Thinking out of the box”, an activity in which questions were asked to know their managerial skills, presence of mind & also to know how prepared were the students for an interview.
Class:- BBA III A
|Class Incharge||:||Mrs. Molly Chaturvedi|
|Venue||:||Room No – 401|
MRS.MOLLY CHATURVEDI (CLASS INCHARGE)
Gave overview of the subjects and faculty handling them, general rules regulations, discipline ,discussed about “Career prospects in Marketing” ,opportunities for BBA graduates in Government organization.
Introduced students with the subject CMPA, made them familiar about the aspects of the CMPA, gave them cross word puzzle
MRS.DANAM TRESSA Gave overview of the subject ,discussed case study on Entrepreneurial development
Class:- BBA III B
|Class Incharge||:||Mrs.Molly Chaturvedi/Ms. Tina Sequeria|
|Venue||:||Room No – 403|
Gave overview of the subjects and faculty handling them, made them aware about project,placements,their role as a final year student.
Introduced the class with the subject dealing ,had group activity on “Being Entrepreneur”
Discussed about the future prospects in advertising field,carrer prospects in Govt,MNC’s .
Guest Lecture on “Corporate Readiness & Employability Skills”
Department of Business management conducted the guest lecture on “Corporate Readiness & Employability Skills”. Guest speaker Mrs.Komal Bajwa covered and throwed light on pertinent points in students resume which usually is overlooked by them ,Do’s and Don’t of resume ,effective communication style, she covered the nuances of this pivotal topic (What to speak & what not to ) in front of interviewer, which can help them in getting good jobs.
|Venue||:||St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Extended Campus|
|Target Group||:||BBA II Year “Section A and B” & BBA III Year|
|Resource Person||:||Mrs.Komal Bajwa, Manager, CFO, Delliote|
|Topic||:||“Corporate Readiness & Employability Skills”|
Students appreciated and applauded the lecture, found it very informational and useful, in the feedback form have given excellent feedback, as appropriate interactive opportunities were given to all the students to clarify their doubts, liked the way slides were prepared, presented as they were able to relate with the content.
International Guest Lecture on “LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE”
|Resource Person/Guest Speaker||:||Professor Teresa Balser, Dean of Teaching and Learning for the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia|
|Topic||:||Leadership and Excellence.|
|Venue||:||St. Joseph’s PG College, extended campus, Seminar Hall.|
|Date||:||18th January, 2016.|
|Participants||:||Students from MBA 2ndyear and BBA students.|
|Purpose of the lecture||:||To enable students to understand what Leadership is all about.|
|Timings||:||11.45 – 1.00pm|
Prayer lays hold of God’s plan and becomes the link between His will and its accomplishment on earth. It is the custom of St. Joseph’s College that every programme/event to start either with a prayer /prayer song and followed by lighting of the lamp. The resource person, Principal and the participants were welcomed by Dr. Bharati, Director PG Studies. Director spoke about Daniel Goleman, science journalist who brought "emotional intelligence" on the bestseller list and has authored a number of books on the subject, including "Emotional Intelligence," "Working With Emotional Intelligence," and, lately, of "Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships. She also spoke on empathy, motivation, self management which are necessary for a person to manage himself and others.
Dr. Tresa Balser : Full Bright – Nehru Distinguished Chair, Dean, Teaching & Learning, Curtin University Science and Engineering, resource person of the day was introduced to the participants by Mrs. Lavanya, Asst. Professor Department of Business Management. The lecture started on by showing a video of murmuration by Prof. Teresa, who then asked the students – What does it say about Leadership? For which the students gave views on their understanding about the video in perspective of leadership. Professor then gave a brief history of leadership theories starting from 1920’s till date.The lecture also briefed about the change that took place from Industrial age to Conceptual age and how new models that have emerged in Leadership like Alternative tracks for leadership roles etc. A brief views on “A Whole New Mind” by Daniel Pink that talks about left to right brain shifting was presented. Social and Personal Competencies required for leadership were ts that could arise between the leadership styles. The lecture ended with the Prof. Teresa helping the students understand one’s leadership style.
A memento was presented to thank the resource person for the informative andfocused on during the lecture. The Prof. also distinguished between Managing and Leading, about styles of leadership which was represented on an axis showing relationship between each of them and also the conflic interesting lecture. A formal vote of thanks was given by Ms. Kruthika, MBA II year student.
International Guest Lecture on “Interactive session on career”
Department of Business management conducted the guest lecture on “Interactive session on career”. Guest speaker Mr.G.Chandrashekhar throwed light on pertinent and thought provoking issues, which usually is overlooked by students in their regular routine, have emphasized on effective “Old Testament transition to New Testament”, spoke about “try & plan career”, highlighted the point of “Networking”, need for hour is to be flexible & adaptive
|Venue||:||St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Extended Campus|
|Target Group||:||MBA II Year & BBA III Year|
|Topic||:||“Interactive session on career”|
Principal of the College, welcomed guest speaker with the floral boquet, gave welcome address, and appreciated the gesture of Mr.G.Chandrashekhar, that despite his busy schedule, he fulfilled his commitment, asked students to interact, as this is the opportunity with them to answer all their inhibitions.
Dr.Bharathi, Director, PG also throwed light on some pertinent points, which are their in an industry, have shared practical example of Nusli Wadia’s and Tata group
Students appreciated and applauded the lecture, found it very informational and useful, in the feedback form have given excellent feedback, as appropriate interactive opportunities were given to all the students to clarify their doubts.
153rd Anniversary Celebrations of Swamy Vivekananda – Youth Day
|Date||:||12th January, 2016|
|Venue||:||SEMINAR HALL (EXTENDED CAMPUS)|
|Guest Speaker||:||Mr. Karthik Rapaka, City Director Hyderabad, Teach For India|
|Participants||MBA II Yr & BBA III Yr|
“There is a fountain of youth: it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life and the lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age.” One of the most influential people in the modern India, Swami Vivekananda 153rd birth anniversary is being celebrated all over the country on Tuesday, Jan 12th 2016. The monk, who helped Hinduism in gaining the global status in the 19th century, remains the ideal role model and an inspiration to millions of youth, who follow his teachings. To honour Swami Vivekananda, National Youth Day is celebrated; we the Department of Business Management organized a unique Cultural Celebrations in the name of Swami Vivekananda, who is the icon of youth. The 153rd Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda is being celebrated in all parts of India and abroad as an awareness of his singular contribution to Indian resurgence is being felt a new Marking the culmination of year-long ceremonies. “Light the lamp of love in your heart; the lamp of compassion to serve others, the lamp of knowledge to dispel the darkness of ignorance & the lamp of gratitude for the abundance” with this quotation the programme commenced with the Lighting of the Lamp by the Dignitaries and a prayer song by MBA II Year students followed by welcome speech by our beloved dynamic leader & motivator Principal Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas and a brief profile reading was done followed by his lecture on Youth Day. Mr. Karthik Rapaka, City Director, spoke about his personal experience in the cooperate sector (Delloite)and His Fascination for Teaching & Developing as an interest for teaching through his inheritance & by the interesting concept of ‘TEACH INDIA’.
Mr. Karthik is a part of fellowhip in Teach India, attended various conferences in abroad & motivated many college students in Hyderabad to join teaching in order to increase Literacy Rate in India. “Education sows not seeds in you, but makes your seeds grow”. He briefed on significance of primary education in India that the 320 million children (95%) in India receive education in school at least once in their lifetime, whereas 5% never see a school. Out of the 95% who go to school, 60% never finish primary school and only 10% reach college. Teach for India currently has 1000 people working in its fellowship. It aspires to solve the problem of shortage of teachers in Indian schools and is a 2 years leadership program.
On a practical note he emphasized on reducing the poverty rate in India as Poverty is one of the main problems which have attracted attention of sociologists and economists. It indicates a condition in which a person fails to maintain a living standard adequate for his physical and mental efficiency. It is a situation people want to escape. It gives rise to a feeling of a discrepancy between what one has and what one should have. The term poverty is a relative concept. It is very difficult to draw a demarcation line between affluence and poverty. According to Adam Smith - Man is rich or poor according to the degree in which he can afford to enjoy the necessaries, the conveniences and the amusements of human life.
Mr. Karthik Rapaka summarized on Bloom's Taxonomy, created by educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom in 1953, is a six-tier pyramid of learning levels beginning with knowledge as the basis of learning is built upon by comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation (KCAASE), with each skill increasing a student's conceptual understanding of a topic or field of study and experience. He also explained
The importance of how to apply Bloom's Taxonomy and the benefit of using the Bloom's Taxonomy.
To mark this occasion special competitions held for the MBA & BBA students like Presentations, Pictorial Exhibition and Ideas & Teaching Pedagogy of Swami Vivekananda:
1. Role of Yoga & Meditation in Individuals Life
2. Corruption Free India
3. True Education
The competitions were successful with the enthusiasm, energy and innovation of the students. A lot of new ideas and concepts on the same theme were fabulously depicted by the students.
Thankfulness is the beginning of gratitude. Gratitude is the completion of thankfulness. Thankfulness consists merely of words. Gratitude is shown in act with this quotation i conclude to thank our Management, Principal and Head of the Department for organizing the lecture which provide immense insight about the topic which will surely help the students to implement this in their future venture.
Guest Lecture on “Pricing Strategies”
|Date||:||18th November, 2015|
|Venue||:||SEMINAR HALL (EXTENDED CAMPUS)|
|Time||:||09:30am - 11:00 am|
|Guest Speaker||:||Dr. Srinivas Reddy, Prof (Finance), SV University, TIRUPATI|
Department of Business Management organized a guest lecture on “PRICING STRATEGIES” for MBA I Year I Semester Section A and B students. The programme commenced with a prayer song by MBA I Year students followed by welcome speech by our beloved Principal Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas and a brief profile readingwas done followed by his lecture on pricing strategies. Dr. Srinivas Reddy briefed on pricing strategies which decides the type of market in which a product can enter and highlighted the important factors of pricing which are cost, demand, competitor’s price, taxes & income level of consumer. On a practical note he emphasized on how the art of story-telling is so relevant in any industry with example of salt seller: A commodity pricing situation under market share, price indicators and also the type of product.
Dr. Srinivas Reddy explained the differences between the skimming & penetration based on the product uniqueness, various factors involved in which the market can survive only if there is innovation where as penetration deals with common products whose production is effected by the existence of the resources. He shared his valuable experiences with examples related to oligopoly as price takers & price makers.
At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us with this quotation i conclude to thank our Management, Principal & Head of the Department for organizing the lecture which provide immense insight about the topic which will surely help the students to implement this in their future venture.
National Education Day
|Date||:||10th November, 2015|
|Venue||:||SEMINAR HALL (EXT CAMPUS)|
|Time||:||10:00am - 1:00 pm|
|No. Of Participants||:||80|
Department of Business Management celebrated National Education Day on 10th November, 2015 in memory of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad who was the first education minister of our country.
Celebrations started with a prayer song by students of MBA II Year followed by Lighting of the Lamp by the guests Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas, Principal, St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, Dr. P.L Vishweshwar Rao, Director UG and Professor, Dept of Mass Communication and Journalism, Dr. Bharathi, Director PG and Mrs. Francina, HOD, Dept. of Business Management.
Welcome address was delivered by our Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas, Principal who highlighted the importance of Education and emphasized that education should match our personality and in turn our dignity. Dr. P.L Vishweshwar gave the students information which took them from the past to present developments which took place in the education system by quoting examples of great personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Dr Ambedkar. He concluded his address with a quote “Parts are not made but are created”, which left students thinking to create a new path for our country. Lastly Dr. Bharathi shared her personal experience which left the students to think and reflect upon as to what is “Education.”
Students of MBA II performed a skit on Importance of education in urban as well as rural areas followed by another skit on Importance of educating a girl child by MBA I students. Program ended with Vote of Thanks proposed by Manoj De Clarence which was followed by various competitions.
DETAILS OF COMPETITIONS ORGANISED
Mrs. R. Anita & Ms. Lavanya
||Room No - 403||Nikitha & Shilpa – MBA II Year Section A
Sneha & Shanaz – MBA II Year Section A
Sherly & Komal –MBA I year Section B
|Quotation Writing Competition
Coordinated by Mrs. Danam & Ms. Smriti
HOD – Department of English
|Seminar Hall (Extended Campus)||I Prize : B.Karthik –MBA II Year SecA II Prize : Vineeth Sam – MBA II Year Sec A|
|Paper Presentation Coordinated by Mrs. Molly||6||Mrs. Molly Chaturvedi||Room No - 103||I Prize - Bilal & Vineeth -MBA II Year Section A
II Prize - Shashank & Mary Infanta - MBA I Year Section A
|Essay Writing Coordinated by
Ms. Jesmy & Ms. Swapna
|21||Dr.Sangeetha,HOD – Department of English||Room No -401||I Prize – Gopu Kalyani-MBA I Year Section B II Prize –D.Magreena –MBA II Year Section B|
|Group Discussion Coordinated by Mrs. Sangeetha & Mr. Ganesh||26||
||Room No - 101||Group
1.Augustina – MBA II Year Section B
2.Harish – MBA II Year Section B
3.Jude-MBA I Year Section A
4.Rakesh –MBA I Year Section A
TWO DAYS NATIONAL SEMINAR AT RBVRR COLLEGE
Students of BBA I Year & II Year students wrote research article for the Two Days National Seminar on “Challenges in the management education-An Indian Perspective at RBVRR College, Narayanguda held on 11 & 12 Feb 2015 on different themes like Corporate expectations from the management gradutes,FDI in managemenmt education ,got an exposure and recived accolades from other participants and the organizers. Zehra Ghani, (BBA II Year), Aashritha Arugula (BBA II Year) got the BEST PRESENTATION AWARD
Report on BBA Farewell Party-2015
Name of the event: - Calida Despedid-2015 Farwell Party
Date:- 11/3/2015 Time:- 3:00Pm to 6:00Pm Venue:- St.Joseph's Hall, St.Joseph's Degree & PG College Main Campus
Program started with the prayer song by BBA II yr Students and followed by prayer by Principal Rev.Fr.Vincent Arokiadass.After the prayer song Lighting of the lamp by Rev.Fr.Vincent Arokiadass,Principal;HOD Department of Business Management Mrs.Mary Francina;Assistant Principal Rev.Fr.Amal Raj;Prof.Vishvarwar Rao and BBA III yr Student .Program followed by Address by Principal, HOD, Assistant Principal and Professor.
The Sequence of the other Programs is as follows:
1. Dance performance by BBA II yr students.
2. First Round of Mr& Ms Perfect Judges for the Mr & Ms Perfect are Mrs.R.Anita,Mr.Manoj,Mrs.Molly & Fr.Amal
3. PPT Game conducted by students of BBA II yr to BBA III yr Distribution of Refreshments
4. Dance Performance by BBA II yr
5. Song by BBA II yr
6. Second round of Mr& Ms Perfect (10Students of BBA III yr are got Selected for Second)
7. Dance performance by BBA II yr students
8. BBA III yr shared they Experiences in the College
9. Dance performance by Foreign Students Afgan Dance
10. Last Round of Mr& Ms Perfect (6 Students got Selected for 3rd round)
11. Dance by BBA II yr Students
12. Prize Distribution to runner up of Mr& Ms Perfect( Mr.Hasibullah Wafa & Ms.Saachi)
13. Prize Distribution to winners of Mr& Ms Perfect (Mr.Zuhair & Ms.Ayesha)
14. DJ Party
ACHIEVEMENTS/RANKING OF THE DEPARTMENT
- Ranked 128th in India and among the top six colleges in Hyderabad by TIMES B-SCHOOL SURVEY November 2014.
- St. Joseph's PG College is Placed 112th Position among the B-Schools in South India by Career 360 Magazine Dec 2013.
- Listed As A Category In Business India Magazine (Issue : Nov 11th - 24th, 2013)
- Placed 149th Rank Overall India by The Week Magazine (The Week-Hansa Survey), Nov 2013.
|DETAILS OF THE INAUGURAL SESSION|
PARENT TEACHER MEET HELD ON 7th FEB 2015
|Mrs. Molly Chaturvedi Class In Charge of BBA IA Interacting with parents||Mrs. Navya Allanki Class In Charge of BBA IB discussing about students academic performance with parents||Mr. P. Ganesh Anand Class In Charge of BBA II explaining student’s internal assessment marks to parent|
|Mrs. A. Mary Francina Class In Charge of BBA III interacting with parents regarding career prospects and other initiatives of the Department|
MOCK INVESTORS SUMMIT – STRATEGIZE
A MOCK INVESTORS SUMMIT – STRATEGIZE was conducted by the Department of Management on 2 February, 2015. The summit was a collaboration of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s VIBRANT GUJRAT & MAKE IN INDIA program. Mrs. Molly Chaturvedi, Mrs. Devi, Mrs. Navya Alenki were the session chairs and the HOD Mrs. Mary Francina was th Chief Guest. The event started at 11:30 am ending at 2:30 pm. The prizes were distributed by Vice Principal Amal Raj. It was a successful event put together by the student coordinators – Ekroop Singh, Arshnoor Kaur, Saleha Hameed, Chinmayee Rao which was appreciated by one and all.
Economic Times Quiz (ETQ)
Students of BBA (I,II) Years( 8 Teams)(Each team 2 Students) participated in a business quiz conducted by The Economic Times on 28 january 2015 in Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology. This quiz was hosted by renowned quiz master Mr.Lloyd Salvenia. College students from all over Hyderabad participated in this quiz, overall 210 students took part in this quiz with two members in each group. The quiz had two rounds and both the rounds were based on general knowledge and business news published in the economic times. Our college students (BBA ) also participated in this event.
Visit to Corporate (Airtel Pvt. Ltd.)RESOURCE PEOPLE:- Mr.Rajesh Bhambri (Head of the Enterprise Sales,Airtel Pvt.Ltd , Mr.Nishit Chaturvedi (Voice and Acccounts Manager-Enterprise Sales , Mrs.Priyanka Modi (Product Manager)
As a part of our research article, students of BBA I Year made visit to Bharti Airtel Pvt. Ltd., Splendid Tower, Begumpet, Hyderabad on 23rd Jan 2015. To examine how employees working in such large enterprises strive work balance between work and their life’s. The session began with exchanging few pleasantries after which Mr. Nishit Chaturvedi introduced them to his heads and subordinates, this session helped students of BBA I year to understand the working style,the pressure & other important factors in the Corporate sector.
Orientation ProgrammeDate: 28/06/2014
BBA I YEAR ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR BATCH 2014-17
Objective: To make students aware of the college, department , rules, regulations, Know each other and above all make them comfortable in the new environment.
About the Activity : Department of Business Management conducted an orientation Programme for the BBA 1 year I Sem
at the extended campus to give students information about the college and an overview of the BBA course structure on 28th June 2014.
The session started with the prayer song by the BBA III year students, Benjamin and Madhuri, followed by welcoming the dignitaries on to the stage. Principal Sir, Director Sir and Mrs. R. Anita, HOD, Business Management along with the BBA I year students lit the lamp and inaugurated the Orientation session.
Prof. K. Malla Reddy, congratulated the students and gave hearty welcome. He stressed that there is no education without discipline. He encouraged the students to take advantage of the quality education and the experienced faculty with Phd,and Industry experience. Principal, Rev. Fr. Vincent ArokiaDas, motivated the students to take initiatives and grow in their life, instead of waiting for someone else to start. He also mentioned that there is two- way expectation, both from the Management and the students for quality education and excellence. He congratulated the students on the successful admissions this year and emphasized the importance of Business Management.Department Presentation by Mrs. R. Anita, Head of the Department, Dept of Business Management presented the department information, vision, mission, genesis, achievements of department, faculty details, activities, student achievements and placements.
She also motivated the students and encouraged them to have goals, determination and zeal to move forward.Mr. Manoj, Faculty, ,
Dept of Business Management spoke about the college at length., about the Management, Campus culture, various departments and clubs, infrastructure facilities such as Library, Lab, clubs, Certificate courses, Placement and Entrepreneurship Development Cell, Extracurricular and sports etc. Mr. Ganesh, Faculty, Dept of Business Management and BBA Coordinator, gave an overview of the BBA syllabus and the subjects taught.
TEACHER’S DAY CELEBRATIONS - 5th Sep 2014
Teacher’s day was celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and happiness by BBA, MBA & M.Com students. They welcomed the teachers with a rose flowers, prayed for them and spoke about each and every faculty how they made an impact in their lives. They made the class Teachers and HoD cut the cake and gave gifts to all faculty. M.Com student hosted Lunch for the faculty and showed their love. On the lighter side they imitated the teachers the way they behave in the class.It was a wonderful and great experience to both students and faculty.
PARENT- TEACHER MEETING - 6th Sep 2014TOTAL NO. OF PARENTS VISITED: 119
TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS: 244
49% of students’ parents visited on 6th Sept 2014.
SUGGESTIONS/FEEDBACK FROM PARENTS:
• Majority of parents are satisfied with the admission process
• Most of the parents have come to know about college through friends, relatives, website, word of mouth, newspaper, research, Wards siblings studied in the same college, self search.
• Better infrastructure facilities should be provided
• Quality of teaching is excellent
• Requested for SMS facility
• Proper Library facilities in extended campus, students find it difficult to go to main campus.
• Special sessions for advanced Communication skills for the students ,as that is today’s market demand
• College should provide good career prospects and good brand companies should be called for placements
• Sports and extra co curricular activities should be more promoted
• Parents meet in each semester should be conducted
• Placement assistance, training programs to help students get placed in reputed companies
• Some consideration in the morning for students travelling from far off places Career options to choose should be discussed
• Provide certificate courses in taxation and Hotel management
• Organise more seminars and workshops in association with reputed companies
• Practical exposure of the subjects
• One internal exam per day, if possible and weekly test would be good
• To provide benches with back support and more fans
All the parents were given Joseph’s Chronicle Future departmental activities were also discussed
Visit to Junior Chamber International (JCI)Date of Visit: 18th July 2014
Coordinators: Mrs. Rachel and Ms. Smriti
No of Students: 35 (BBA IIyr & III yr)
About the activity: Junior Chamber International (JCI) is the only worldwide non-political and non- sectarian youth service organization. Its mission is “To Provide Development Opportunity for Young People to Create Positive Change”. The organization believes that these changes must result from one taking "collective action to improve themselves and the world around them" and so does JSS (JOSEPHITE SOCIAL SCHEME) of St. Joseph’s Degree and P.G College.
Project 365 Nirmaan is an event of JCI held every year since 4 years in 24 special schools for 2000 special students who are intellectually challenged to encourage them. One of the students of BBA second year, Raunakh Loya, an active coordinator in Project Nirmaan, JCI came up with this amazing idea and under the guidance of Mrs. Rachel Rose, JSS Coordinator (Department of Business Management), St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College, and, 35 BBA students along with the faculty coordinators visited Thakur Hari Prasad Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the Mentally Handicapped (THPI, DIlsukhnagar), DIlsukhnagar.
Rev. Fr. Amal Raj, Vice Principal, St. Joseph’s Degree & PG College blessed and prayed for the students at the main campus. Students assisted in coloring competition for the disabled children. There were many other events like Singing, Dance, Tabla, Flute etc. Our college students and staff contributed eatables and a sum of rupees two thousand and seven hundred (Rs. 2,700/-) to THPI. The event concluded with the speeches by Mr. Ajai Agarwal (Chief guest) Marketing head, Central bank of India, AP and Karnataka, JCI Hyderabad synergy zone Vice President Mr. Anil Malpani, President Hemant Sarda, Secretary Harsh Sarda and finally Mrs. Rachel, JSS Coordinator. THPI Assistant Director Mr. Harish Singh showed interest in having collaboration with us.
The Department has designed and conducted a short intensive Bridge Course for non- commerce background students on subject principles of accountancy for BBA I year I Semester students for 14 days from 14th July to 29th July 2014. The objective of the course was to analyze their level of understanding of the subject before the start of the curriculum and bridge the gap by enhancing the accounting knowledge of non commerce students and bring them on par with students from commerce background. The course covered fundamental of accounting which included book keeping, rules of accounting journal entries, ledger etc.No. of students attended : 35 (Non Commerce)
Faculty : Mrs. Sangeeta, Mr. Ganesh Anand
No .of classes taken : 14
A Leadership Training Program - “LEADERSHIP WITHIN” in Association with JCI, Hyderabad Synergy.Date: 3rd Sept 2014
Venue: Seminar Hall, Extended Campus
PARTICIPANTS: SQAC Members of college and JSS Activity participants (84 students)
RESOURCE PERSON: Mr. Anil Malpani, Zonal Vice President, JCI
The programme started with the Prayer song by MBA II students followed by welcoming and introduction of the resource person by Ms. Saachi Fatnani, SQAC member from BBA III Year. Session started with a wonderful quotation on leadership- Leaders become great not because of their power, but because of their ability to empower others, by Maxwell that truely defines the spirit of leadership. Department of Business Management has taken up an initiative to conduct a Workshop to empower students to inculcate the traits of leadership by inviting Mr. Anil Malpani, JCI Hyderabad Synergy Zone Vice President, as a Chief Guest. It was one of a kind experience for students who along with the faculty had an interactive session with him. Seminar took off with an inspiring video which made students stand up and voice their views about leadership and what it requires, where one stood up saying it teaches one to “focus” while other said “Never give up”.
Mr. Anil Malpani shared his personal experiences, that made him into “The” Anil Malpani. The interaction was so good that Mr. Malpani himself confessed being really happy and surprised for having such a great crowd of thinkers. A group activity was conducted. The task was to write down as a team as many names as possible of personalities or organisations across time and globe that they mutually thought were great leaders pointing out their traits within a limited period of time and were discussed. Mr. Malpani stated that “ Showcase you strength to the world, not your weakness”. Session concluded with formal vote of thanks and students receiving certificate of appreciation for their participation in JSS activity visit to THMI an initiative of 365 Nirman along with certificate of participation in leadership training program.
Guest Lectures / Seminars Organized
|1||23-9-14||Project Guidelines||Dr Bharathi,Vice principal and Dr Brinda,Dean|
|2||27-11-14||Stock Mind Game||
|3||30th June 2014,||Seminar on “Media & Democracy” organised by Dept of Mass Communication||1. Prof. P.L Vishweshwar Rao, former Dean O.U
2. Mrs. Anita Rao, MD-educational catalyst
3. Mr. Adil Mohammed
|4||14th Oct 2014||Seminar on Cyber Crime||Shri. R. Majeed Ali Khan from Crime Branch, Hyderabad|
|16th Nov, 2013||Capital Market Awareness||Ms. Devangi, Avigna financial services|
13th Nov, 2013
“Conquer The Stock Market & On -Line Trading “
Mr.RAM KRISHNA, ICICI direct Centre, email@example.com , Mr. Fayaz Ahmed Regional Manager
|30th Sep, 2013||“Role of Public Relations & Management skills required for today’s corporate world”.||
Ms. Komal Bajwa, Assistant Manager, Deloitte IncObjective: To make students understand the management skills and interview skills required
|21st Sep, 2013||Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz 2013 (Sweden-India Nobel Memorial Week)||
Embassy of Sweden
Objective: Sweden-India Nobel Memorial Week promotes Swedish culture such as art, cuisine and music to the Indian public. The Week reflects Sweden’s commitment to widening and deepening Indo -Swedish relations.
12th Sep 2013
|Basics Of Stock Market And An Art Of Investing||
Mr. SANTHOSH .V .REDDY
6th Sep 2013
|Better tomorrow on business process management environment||
Mr.Pradheep Kumar Nama/Avinash Chimote, Director - Finance/ AVP - Recruitment
|19th August 2013||“Campus to corporate - An orientation”||Mr. Scott Smith, Director Tax, Deloitte LLP- Dallas, Texas, USA|
Name of the Workshop
|1||2-9-14||Financial Products and Services||Mr Joel David, Asst. Branch Manager and Equity Research Analyst|
27 Nov, 2013
|AD - MAD EVENT||Ad exhibition Event as a part of promotion and distribution management subject. 13 teams presented their video ads and also large number of students from other departments is visited this Ad Exhibition. The participants performance was evaluated by the panel members Rev.Fr.Sleeva reddy (vice Principal) and faculty members.|
08 Mar 2011
One Day Workshop on Entrepreneurship Development
P.Mohan Rao - Director, KVIC, Hyderabad
17 Sep 2010
|Super Executives||Mr. Ronald Deshmukh, Senior Accountant, HR Department, WIPRO and Mr. Zia, the CEO of Team Lead.|
23.11.2014 to 01.12.2014
|Places Covered: Coimbatore, Ooty, Conoor, Kodaikanal,Pondicherry & Chennai
1. Doddabeta Tea Factory (Ooty),
2. Sunbeam Generators Pvt. Ltd. (Pudu
3. Kritha Convertors Pvt Ltd. (Chennai).
25th Sep 2014
|Local Industrial Visit to Sujuna Groups Ltd, Hyderabad.|
24th Nov 2013 – 3rd Dec 2014
|Visited Shawl factory in Manali. 10 Day industrial visit to North India|
|4||23rd January 2013||Hartex Rubber Private Limited, Bollaram, Medak District|
|5||17th September 2011||Heavy Machine Tools (HMT), Balanagar, Hyderabad.|
|4||5th April - 9th April 2011||NTPC, Vizag Steel Plant, and shipyard|
|6||15-17 April 2010||Heavy Machine Tools (HMT), Balanagar, Hyderabad.|
Extension Lectures Organized
|S.No||Date||Name of the Guest||Title|
18th Aug 2012
Dr.Balamba, Former HOD, Dept of Gynecology, Osmania Medical College
|Lecture on “Health Issues”|
|30 Jan 2009||Mr.Kevin potter,
Deputy managing director RIO Tax-Deloitte
|Campus to Corporate transition|
|09 Mar 2009||
Rev.Fr.J. Bhagyaraj. SJ Priest Counselor & Neuro - Linguistic Practitioner
Visit to Missionaries of Charity Nirmala Shishu Bhavan on the Occasion of JSS Day
Incharge/Coordinator : Mrs. Rachel and Mrs. Francina
Date : 7th December 2013
Venue : Secunderabad
Target Group : 65 (MBA I & II yr, BBA I & II yr)
Objective : Social service (rendering service to society) and sensitizing the students care for the disadvantaged people in
About the Activity (few lines):
It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” - Mother Teressa
December 7th marked the JSS day i.e., Josephite Social Scheme. The day began with Rev. Fr. Vincent Arokiadas addressed
the students and also shared with them his thoughts on JSS and the need to share Joy and Happiness with children who really need it. The students were eagerly waiting to go to Nirmala Shishu Bhavan (Missionaries of Charity-Orphanage). Many students donated clothes and other items like eatables, stationery etc. whole heartedly for children at the orphanage. At Nirmala Shishu Bhavan-Missionaries Of charity, all the students and faculty were given a warm welcome by the Sisters, Staff and the Special children. The students of St Joseph College performed a skit with a special Christmas message, which is the Joy of Sharing & inviting Lord Jesus into our hearts, followed by singing Christmas Carols. Children enjoyed singing Jingle Bells with Santa Claus dancing around and giving chocolates to the staff & children. Children were very happy and sang songs and danced with all of us.A sum of Rs. 7000/- was collected from the staff and students of the department for the purpose of JSS initiative. Students along with the staff sponsored two meals for children on 10th and 14th Dec respectively.
It was indeed was a very enriching experience and everybody felt the Joy of sharing during Christmas. It helped every student realize the importance of giving and sharing love.
Visit to DIVYA DISHA
The MBA students of St.JOSEPH’S PG COLLEGE visited DIVYA DISHA , a voluntary organization for the empowerment of
children on 5-5-2012 . Around 50 students from MBA I year participated in this Noble cause. All the students contributed an amount of Rs.9000/- in total towards the distribution of snacks and dinner for all the children and prizes for the games / activities conducted.
Visit to Ashrita
The staff and students of the department of Business Management visited an ORPHANAGE (Ashrita Family, Medchal) which is
run for destitute and homeless AND HOME FOR THE AGED (Bhoiguda) on 18th December, 2010 in order to conduct various activities as part of community services. The department collected fund and old clothes for the service activity, which were distributed to the children and the old people. Games like musical chairs, dumb charades, passing the parcel and action hymns were conducted for children in which they participated actively and prizes were distributed to the winners.The students and
staff took it as a cherishing moment for serving these people.