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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (MBA)

Course Duration: 2 Years | Semesters: 4 |

  1. Manav – HR Lab
  2. Maverick – Marketing Lab
  3. Finwhiz – Finance Lab
  4. Big ants – Movie club.
  5. Knowledge café – knowledge sharing center
  6. We Care- CSR imitative
  7. Big ants- movie club
Program specific outcomes

  • PSO1: To develop and demonstrate skills and competencies by integrating financial models to resolve unprecedented challenges.
  • PSO2: To demonstrate knowledge, skills and strategies to design effective marketing capabilities in the real-world environment.
  • PSO3: Ability to manage the human capital and ensure effective HR audits for building competitive business.
Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. Essamuddin Instructor
2 Mr. Shivaraja Swamy J.H.M Helper
.No Year Department Download Files
1 1st Year 2nd sem MBA Click Here
2 2nd Year 4th Sem MBA Click Here
The Department strives to create a vibrant knowledge base environment in the department to empower students with professional & personal excellence.
  • The department envisages instilling managerial qualities among the students with an ability to harness the latest trends and developments in the field of management and technology.
  • The teaching facility is a carefully put together team of varied real-world managerial experiences.
  • Apart from the core faculty who act as campus mentors and student guides, business leaders, corporate bigwigs, industrialists, professional consultants from the other segment of the teaching faculty visit the campus and interact with students through regular classroom sessions, seminars, workshops, and discussions.
  • The student at the end of the day is bombarded with such high-quality challenging inputs that the tenure in the institute becomes rigorous, demanding, and achievement compelling.
  • The department is provided with state-of-the art class rooms, air condition seminar hall, computer lab, and an extensive knowledge resource bank of valuable references libraries and internet connectivity.
  • The department has a separate Forum named as "Innovative Managers Forum', which interacts with corporate executives, bringing in speakers, and participate in Management fests.
  • The department had conducted a Management fest "Abhivrudhi" wherein participants of various business schools participated.

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Dr. Mohammed Javed Kalburgi

HOD- Management Studies

The Strategic Plan implemented during last five years has given us strength as we have achieved many of the objectives set in. We formed an Industry Advisory Board, collaborated, improved our network, interacted with the best of the academicians and industry folks and built brand BITM.

What began more than five year ago as an effort to involve the “many voices” of the BITM TEAM in a strategic planning process has concluded with a resounding declaration: We are Many Voices, One Institution! Achievement of the goals set forth in this plan will transform BITM and place it among the elite Institutes that focus on technology and Management.

Ballari Institute of Technology and Management traces its legacy back to a preeminent stature in engineering, technology and Management and to the spirit of Innovation. In this spirit, our goal is to produce graduates who have discipline-specific expertise and who are also known for their values and their ability to create, innovate, initiate, and lead. Our vision and mission call for:

  • Relevant education of our students, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Vigorous partnerships with our collaborators.
  • Renewed commitment to innovation and the nurturing of excellence.
  • Cross-disciplinary research and education that build on our strengths in the professions, technology and Management.

We challenge ourselves to reduce the boundaries between our academic units in order to bring greater recognition to BITM through collaboration, an emphasis on excellence, a commitment to diversity, and a respectful work environment.

Vision

‘To be a leading B-school by nurturing dynamic leaders and managers through academic excellence, research and innovation’.

Mission

  • To Impart ethical and value based management education with pragmatic insights
  • To provide the conducive environment for developing leadership qualities
  • To inculcate culture of Entrepreneurship, innovation and Research

Values and Core Principles

The culture of the Institution is a shared system of values, beliefs, and attitudes that shapes and influences behaviour. The culture is determined through the organization from top to bottom and from generation to generation. We must live our values in order to continuously improve. We define our culture by seven core operating principles that guide us through our planning. While these principles do not in themselves define a strategy, a successful plan requires adhering to them.

  • Focus on Students: Our primary mission is not only to educate students in their chosen disciplines, but also to inspire them to become innovators, leaders, and positive contributors to society.
  • Strengthen Faculty and Staff: The faculty inspire and direct all we do academically, from basic education to discovery and the creation of new concepts, systems, and products. The staff delivers our administrative services and partner with the faculty to ensure an excellent student experience.
  • Foster Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making: The faculty inspire and direct all we do academically, from basic education to discovery and the creation of new concepts, systems, and products. The staff delivers our administrative services and partner with the faculty to ensure an excellent student experience.
  • Commit to Diversity and Excellence: If we are to both remain relevant and attract the highest caliber of students, faculty, and staff, we must ensure that our TEAM is inclusive and open to all viewpoints. A culture of excellence must pervade the university in both academic and non-academic areas.
  • Focus on Resource Management: The financial well-being of the institution is critical for our success. We will embrace responsibility-centered management to achieve financial strength and expect that all members of the BITM TEAM, including alumni, are responsible for enhancing our resources.
  • Engage Alumni: Our greatest legacy is our alumni and their many contributions to business and society. We will celebrate their many achievements as a foundation of the BITM story. We will engage our alumni in planning for the future of BITM and rely upon our alumni for their involvement and philanthropic support in the execution of this plan.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO's):

  1. To provide the students with inter disciplinary Management concepts to solve complex and dynamic real world business problems.
  2. To develop leadership, critical thinking, team work, and communication skills among the graduates.
  3. To imbibe the graduates with professional ethics and value for lifelong learning and career enrichment.

Program Outcomes (PO's):

  1. PO1: Apply knowledge of Management theories and practice to solve business problems.
  2. PO2: Foster analytical and critical thinking abilities for data based decision making.
  3. PO3: Ability to develop value based leadership ability
  4. PO4: Ability to understand, analyze and communicate global, economic, legal and ethical aspects of business.
  5. PO5: Ability to lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals contributing effectively to a team environment.

Mapping PEO's and PO's:

Program Objectives Program Outcomes
1 2 3 4 5
A X X X   X
B X X X   X
C X X X X  
D X X X X X
E         X
F   X      
G         X

Program/Course Assessment Tools:

  • Internal Assessment Tests
  • Seminars and Workshops
  • Book/Movie Reviews
  • Micro-Projects, Field Works and Real World Learning
  • Case Discussions and Analysis
  • Business Quiz
  • Event Management
  • Student Lab Activities
  • Interviews
  • Role Play
  • Team Building Exercises

Strategic priorities

In order to achieve our vision, we have identified three major strategic priorities for the Institution. Each is aligned with our mission. The goals outlined later are based on these priorities.

1.Ethical and Value Based Management Education.

We must differentiate our education from that offered at similar technology-oriented Institutes in order to give students a compelling reason to attend BITM. In addition to discipline-specific expertise that is equivalent to or better than that of the best private technological Institutes, we must add unique ethics and value for our graduates to be successful after graduation. We must include knowledge from business, psychology, design, and law in general education. As a private Institute, our goal must be to deliver an education that prepares our graduates for a successful life—to contribute in their field the first day after graduation and 20 years later and to obtain leadership positions.
We must emphasize and build upon our strengths and develop a unique collaboration between professional ethics and our traditional values.

2.Conducive Environment for Developing Leadership Qualities.

Leadership is the ability of an individual or group of individuals to lead, guide or influence another group of people or an organization. We at BITM encourage our students for having a clear vision to lead and to achieve their organizational goals by providing a conducive environment, skills, and guide and nurture in their academic pursuits to attain excellence.

3.Culture of entrepreneurship and research excellence

Institutions are defined by research excellence. To be nationally and internationally recognized, we must choose interdisciplinary research themes that will distinctively define BITM’s research position.
Our focus will be to produce employable graduates who have discipline-specific expertise and who are also known for their ability to create, innovate, initiate, and lead.

Sno. NAME DESIGNATION Dept. Quali No. of years in the college No. of research publication
1 Dr. Yadavalli Basavaraj Vice Principal / Professor & HOD ME Ph.D 12 55
2 Dr. Raghavendra Joshi Professor & Asst. HOD ME Ph.D 23 16
3 Dr. Umesh M Daivagna Professor ME Ph.D 5 24
4 Dr. Venkata Ramana. V Professor ME Ph.D 9 23
5 Dr. Ganesh B Associate Professor ME Ph.D 19 9
6 Dr. Raju Jadar Associate Professor ME Ph.D 4 6
7 Dr. Lakshmi Kumari Associate Professor ME Ph.D 14 5
8 Dr. Anil Kumar H.M Associate Professor ME Ph.D 8 7
9 Dr. Banakara Nagaraj Associate Professor ME Ph.D 10 3
10 Mr. Jayaprakash.B Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 10 3
11 Mr. Vishnu Prasad B Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 12 3
12 Mr. Dhananjaya Kumar Assistant Professor ME M.E 6 2
13 Mr. Srinivasulu V Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 15 1
14 Mr. Raghavendra K Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 9 0
15 Mr. Manjunatha T.H Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 10 5
16 Mr. Pavan Kumar B.K Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 9 10
17 Mr. Mohammed Fayaz K Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 8 2
18 Mr. Shree Harsha B.T Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 7 1
19 Mr. Shivarama Krishna A Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 10 5
20 Mr. Shekar K Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 8 2
21 Mr. Mayur D Pawar Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 7 5
22 Mr. Vijay Kumar B.P Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 7 4
23 Mr. Pavan BS Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 5 1
24 Mr. Raghavendra Karnool Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 5 0
25 Mr. Santosh V Janamatti Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 6 5
26 Mr. Shiva Kumar S.Y Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 6 1
27 Mr. Manjunatha E Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 6 2
28 Mr. Ravi G Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 7 0
29 Mr. Venkatesh KC Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 4 2
30 Mr. Gavisiddesha Pattanashetty Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 6 5
31 Mr. Rajashekhara K Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 6 4
32 Mr. Raghavendra Setty G Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 5 8
33 Mr. Akkasali Taranath Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 5 2
34 Mr. Maharaja Gowda B Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 6 4
35 Mr. Kalyan Babu S T Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 5 0
36 Mr. Suraj Vasant Yadahalli Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 4 1
37 Mr. Irayya D Shikkerimath Assistant Professor ME M.Tech 4 1
Sl.No Name of the faculty Title of Award /Fellowship Year of Award International/ National/ State/ University Level Name of the Agency or Body granting the award/ Fellowship
1 Dr. Janet Jyothi D’souza AIMS International Outstanding Young Women Management Researcher Award January 2nd 2020 International AIMS International and IIM Kozhikode
2 Dr. Shaheeda Banu. S Most Promising Professor of Management in Karnataka August 15th  2020 National Brand Opus -Leadership Icon Awards
3 Dr. Mohammed Javed Kalburgi D.Litt September 9th 2020 International University of America

SN Name of the Laboratory Carpet area (Sq.Mt) Lab / Major Equipments
1 Computer Lab 88.54 60 Nos. Intel Core i3 3.30 GHz, 320 GB HDD, Monitor, Keyboard, etc.,
Sl no Date Name of the event Resource person Event co-ordinators No of Participants
1 04/12/2020 Online Webinar on - “Agile Entrepreneurship: The New Business Brain’s for Success” 1.Poonam V.K, USA
2.Sama Jashnani, USA
3.Aradhya Malhotra, USA
1.Dr.Christopher Raj
2.Prof.Immaculate Kirthika
3.Prof.Deepika G.S
 
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2 20,21&
22/09/2019
Three days workshop on- “Advance Excel for finance” Vimalesha Analyst Standard Chartered Global Pvt., Ltd., Dr Janet JyothiD’souza
 
Prof.Dinesh K
 
100
3 7/9/2020 One day seminar on “Security Trading and Investment Strategies” Mr.Prasanna V Kulkarni Dy.Director Deshpande foundation Hubli KavitaAcchhalli 70
4 20/7/2020 to 23/07/2020 A four days online training on -“Overview of financial Markets” Dr. V AdidyaSrinivas   Chief Operating officer and Chief economist BSE MUMBAI Dr Janet JyothiD’souza   Prof.Dinesh K   250
5 17/07/2020 to 18/07/2020 National Level FDP  on   “Investing With Confidence” Dr. V AdidyaSrinivas   Chief Operating officer and Chief economist BSE MUMBAI Dr Janet JyothiD’souza   Prof.Dinesh K   250
6 1/6/2020 to 03/06/2020 Webinar on-“Revisiting Management during COVID-19 crisis:Challenges and Opportunities” Dr Janet JyothiD’souza   DrShaheedaBanu   Dr Christopher   Faculty DMS BITM Prof.Dinesh K   Prof. Ravi Kumar J S 165
7 11/06/2020 to 13/06/2020 A three days webinar on “ Overthrown the challenges evaded in the pandemic scenario” Mr. Beerappa U   Mr.Rakesh S   Ms.Sonia Mane   Ms. ShilpaGangavati   Alumni DMS BITM Dr.B. Anupama   Prof. Renuka S   Prof. Devika Rani P 243
8 5/6/2020 to 6/6/2020 A two days quiz on Environment,GK,Sports,Cinema,economy and taxation-  “LetsKwiz Up” (on the occasion of environment day)  ---- Prof Renuka Prof.Pavan Kumar S S Prof.Kavita Prof. Md.Farzana Begum Prof Deepika 200
9 20/5/2020 Online webinar on “Covid 19 impact on business and post covid 19 career growth opportunities” Mr.V.Velu HR Manager Tata Motors Dharawad works Prof. Immaculate joseph kirthika   Prof.Arjun Rao   Prof.Girish Kumar K 62
10 29/02/2020 “SAMIDHA”- One day Management fest-Abhivrudhi - Prof Pavan Kumar S S   Prof.Girish Kumar K 128

 

Department of Management Studies BITM has organized an FDP On Quality Assurance in Higher Education In association with MTC Global.


Under the Banner Center for Management Development and Research (CMDR) with Centre for Industry Interaction (CII)  BITM, organized One day Faculty Development Programme on Quality Assurance in Higher Education on 21st August, 2017.

The Resource Person:

  1. Prof.. Bholanath Dutta

Founder &  President 

MTC Global: A Global Think Tank in 

Higher Education, ISO 9001: 2008

Partner: UN Global Compact I UN Academic Impact

Bangaluru  

Prof.Dutta  spoke on the topic of Higher Education and the benefits to stake holders.

  1. Dr.Sheelan Misra,

 Professor & HOD, Dept. of Management Studies.,

New horizon College.,

Bangaluru.

Dr.Sheelan Misra spoke on the variours accreditation bodies in HE

40 Faculties from various colleges of Ballari District have attended this FDP 

Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Mr. Essamuddin Instructor
2 Mr. Shivaraja Swamy J.H.M Helper
.No Year Department Download Files
1 1st Year 2nd sem MBA Click Here
2 2nd Year 4th Sem MBA Click Here
The Department strives to create a vibrant knowledge base environment in the department to empower students with professional & personal excellence.
  • The department envisages instilling managerial qualities among the students with an ability to harness a latest trends and developments in the field of management and technology.
  • The teaching facility is a carefully put together team of varied real world managerial experiences.
  • Apart from the core faculty who act as in campus mentors and student guides, business leaders, corporate bigwigs, industrialists, professional consultants from the other segment of the teaching faculty visit the campus and interact with students through regular classroom sessions, seminars, workshops and discussions.
  • The student at the end of the day is bombarded with such high quality challenging inputs that the tenure in the institute becomes rigorous, demanding and achievement compelling.
  • The department is provided with the state-of-the art class rooms, air condition seminar hall, computer lab and extensive knowledge resource bank of valuable references libraries and internet connectivity.
  • The department has a separate Forum named as "Innovative Managers Forum', which interacts with corporate executives, bringing in speakers, and participate in Management fests.
  • The department had conducted a Management fest "Abhivrudhi 2008" wherein participants of various business schools participated.

gpdinesh
Dr. G.P.Dinesh

Dean - Management Studies

The Strategic Plan implemented during last five years has given us strength as we have achieved many of the objectives set in. We formed an Industry Advisory Board, collaborated, improved our network, interacted with the best of the academicians and industry folks and built brand BITM.

What began more than five year ago as an effort to involve the “many voices” of the BITM TEAM in a strategic planning process has concluded with a resounding declaration: We are Many Voices, One Institution! Achievement of the goals set forth in this plan will transform BITM and place it among the elite Institutes that focus on technology and Management.

Ballari Institute of Technology and Management traces its legacy back to a preeminent stature in engineering, technology and Management and to the spirit of Innovation. In this spirit, our goal is to produce graduates who have discipline-specific expertise and who are also known for their values and their ability to create, innovate, initiate, and lead. Our vision and mission call for:

  • Relevant education of our students, including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Vigorous partnerships with our collaborators.
  • Renewed commitment to innovation and the nurturing of excellence.
  • Cross-disciplinary research and education that build on our strengths in the professions, technology and Management.

We challenge ourselves to reduce the boundaries between our academic units in order to bring greater recognition to BITM through collaboration, an emphasis on excellence, a commitment to diversity, and a respectful work environment.

Vision

We would like to be a Leading B-School in the Country with a Humane and Global Outlook.

Mission

To provide Value based Management Education to Graduates by enhancing their knowledge and skills through effective linkages with the corporate world.

Values and Core Principles

The culture of the Institution is a shared system of values, beliefs, and attitudes that shapes and influences behaviour. The culture is determined through the organization from top to bottom and from generation to generation. We must live our values in order to continuously improve. We define our culture by seven core operating principles that guide us through our planning. While these principles do not in themselves define a strategy, a successful plan requires adhering to them.

  • Focus on Students: Our primary mission is not only to educate students in their chosen disciplines, but also to inspire them to become innovators, leaders, and positive contributors to society.
  • Strengthen Faculty and Staff: The faculty inspire and direct all we do academically, from basic education to discovery and the creation of new concepts, systems, and products. The staff delivers our administrative services and partner with the faculty to ensure an excellent student experience.
  • Foster Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making: Leadership and ethical decision-making are essential for growth of the person and the organization. Leadership development is an important component of education for all segments of the Institution-faculty, students, and staff. Succession planning is required to continuously promote excellence.
  • Commit to Diversity and Excellence: If we are to both remain relevant and attract the highest caliber of students, faculty, and staff, we must ensure that our TEAM is inclusive and open to all viewpoints. A culture of excellence must pervade the university in both academic and non-academic areas.
  • Focus on Resource Management: The financial well-being of the institution is critical for our success. We will embrace responsibility-centered management to achieve financial strength and expect that all members of the BITM TEAM, including alumni, are responsible for enhancing our resources.
  • Heighten Reputation: All units of the Institution will benefit from the recognition of any one of them; we must continuously work at gaining recognition as an Institution.
  • Engage Alumni: Our greatest legacy is our alumni and their many contributions to business and society. We will celebrate their many achievements as a foundation of the BITM story. We will engage our alumni in planning for the future of BITM and rely upon our alumni for their involvement and philanthropic support in the execution of this plan.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO's):

  1. To provide knowledge and skills needed to become an effective manager in a variety of organizational settings.
  2. To provide Graduates with the foundations in content and competencies that will support their development as effective managers in a variety of organizational settings.
  3. To develop the analytical skills for decision making in a business world of complex business issues and problems.
  4. The develop leadership, critical thinking, team work and communication skills among the graduates.
  5. To develop an understanding of and ability to use technology as a tool of effective management.
  6. To develop an ability for ethical decision making.
  7. To develop the ability to function effectively in a diverse and global business environment.

Program Outcomes (PO's):

  1. The Graduates will demonstrate the knowledge, skills and competencies required in a variety of organizational settings as an effective Manager.
  2. The Graduates will demonstrate the analytical skills for ethical decision making in a business world of complex business issues and problems.
  3. The Graduates will demonstrate the organizational skills for Policy Implementations.
  4. The Graduates will demonstrate the ability to function effectively in a diverse and global business environment.
  5. The Graduates will demonstrate the ability to use technology, communication, leadership and teamwork as tools of effective management.

Mapping PEO's and PO's:

Program Objectives Program Outcomes
1 2 3 4 5
A X X X   X
B X X X   X
C X X X X  
D X X X X X
E         X
F   X      
G         X

Program/Course Assessment Tools:

  • Internal Assessment Tests
  • Seminars and Workshops
  • Book/Movie Reviews
  • Micro-Projects, Field Works and Real World Learning
  • Case Discussions and Analysis
  • Business Quiz
  • Event Management
  • Student Lab Activities
  • Interviews
  • Role Play
  • Team Building Exercises

Strategic priorities

In order to achieve our vision, we have identified three major strategic priorities for the Institution. Each is aligned with our mission. The goals outlined later are based on these priorities.

1.Distinctively define the BITM graduate

We must differentiate our education from that offered at similar technology-oriented Institutes in order to give students a compelling reason to attend BITM. In addition to discipline-specific expertise that is equivalent to or better than that of the best private technological Institutes, we must add unique value for our graduates to be successful after graduation. We must include knowledge from business, psychology, design, and law in general education. Our students must practice creative thought and learn to innovate, understand entrepreneurial activity and the development of enterprise, and become excellent communicators and leaders who are internationally sophisticated and globally aware. As a private Institute, our goal must be to deliver an education that prepares our graduates for a successful life—to contribute in their field the first day after graduation and 20 years later, and to obtain leadership positions.

We must emphasize and build upon our strengths and develop a unique collaboration between professional disciplines and our traditional majors.

Our focus will be to produce employable graduates who have discipline-specific expertise and who are also known for their ability to create, innovate, initiate, and lead. In this strategy we will partner with Industries and Placement agencies to identify the gaps in our strategy and bridge the gaps.

2.Increase the impact of BITM’s research by focusing on interdisciplinary themes.

Institutions are defined by research excellence. To be nationally and internationally recognized, we must choose interdisciplinary research themes that will distinctively define BITM’s research position. Challenges of international importance that match the current and future strengths of our nine academic departments will be identified as potential interdisciplinary themes and nurtured through internal investments.

While the primary focus of the investments will be research oriented, the themes will also provide platforms for educational innovations. We are in the process of getting grants from agencies such as TEQIP to make a unique difference in our approach.

3.Improve the financial strength of the Institution

The financial strength of the Institution is directly related to stabilization followed by growth of the Institution. To stabilize and growth of the Institution at this time will require a capital campaign to be initiated with goals to: (1) increase the number and amount of seats in undergraduate and post-graduate programs by getting accreditation from NBA , (2) increase the number of professorships in order to attract and retain outstanding faculty, (3) renovate existing space and build new space for programs in both research and education, and (4) initiate and nurture innovation and excellence across the Institution.

Sno. Name of the Staff Designation
1 Dr. Jayanna S Professor
2 Dr. Md.Javeed.H. Kalburgi Professor & HOD
3 Dr. Christopher Raj D Professor
4 Dr. Shaheeda Banu S Associate Professor
5 Dr. Janet Jyothi Dsouza Associate Professor
6 Dr. Budagavi Anupama Associate Professor
7 Mr. Dinesh K Assistant Professor
8 Mrs. Renuka S Assistant Professor
9 Mr. Sham R.K Assistant Professor
10 Mr. Penuel M Assistant Professor
11 Mr. Pavan Kumar S S Assistant Professor
12 Ms. Divya Bharathi Assistant Professor
13 Ms. Devika Rani P Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Ravi Kumar J S Assistant Professor
15 Mrs. Divyashree N Assistant Professor
16 Ms. Kavita Achchalli Assistant Professor
17 Ms. Mohammed Farzana Begum Assistant Professor
18 Mrs. Immaculate Joseph Kirthika Assistant Professor
19 Mr. P.Pavan Kumar Assistant Professor
20 Mr. Vinod Kumar T Assistant Professor
21 Ms. Nuzhath Farheen S Assistant Professor
22 Mr. Arjun Rao N G Assistant Professor
23 Mr. Kanne Girish Kumar Assistant Professor
24 Ms. Deepika G S Assistant Professor
25 Mrs. Reshma M Assistant Professor
Dr. G.P.Dinesh was awarded by MTC Global as Distinguished Teacher for Excellence: Management.

 
Dr.G P Dinesh has been awarded by INDUS Foundation as a Academic Leadership Award

 
Dr. Shaheeda was awarded by MTC Global as Distinguished Teacher Award: Management

SN Name of the Laboratory Carpet area (Sq.Mt) Lab / Major Equipments
1 Computer Lab 88.54 60 Nos. Intel Core i3 3.30 GHz, 320 GB HDD, Monitor, Keyboard, etc.,
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Department of Management Studies BITM has organized an FDP On Quality Assurance in Higher Education In association with MTC Global.


Under the Banner Center for Management Development and Research (CMDR) with Centre for Industry Interaction (CII)  BITM, organized One day Faculty Development Programme on Quality Assurance in Higher Education on 21st August, 2017.

The Resource Person:

  1. Prof.. Bholanath Dutta

Founder &  President 

MTC Global: A Global Think Tank in 

Higher Education, ISO 9001: 2008

Partner: UN Global Compact I UN Academic Impact

Bangaluru  

Prof.Dutta  spoke on the topic of Higher Education and the benefits to stake holders.

  1. Dr.Sheelan Misra,

 Professor & HOD, Dept. of Management Studies.,

New horizon College.,

Bangaluru.

Dr.Sheelan Misra spoke on the variours accreditation bodies in HE

40 Faculties from various colleges of Ballari District have attended this FDP 

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