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  • நில்லாத வற்றை நிலையின என்றுணரும்
    புல்லறி வாண்மை கடை.
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  • The worst of follies it is told The fleeting as lasting to hold.

Department of Management Studies

About the Department

Objective

The Department of Management Studies( DOMS ) is one of the India's oldest and the most prestigious B-schools, established as early as 1955. The objectives with which this Institute was conceived have not been abandoned; but new ones have been added up over time. Training practicing managers, innovating and professionalising management in priority sectors and the thought towards globalization have been added. These have profoundly changed the character of DOMS from a B-school to a multi-dimensional Institute of Management to alter the quality of life itself through excellent management. The purpose of DOMS has been to influence the way organizations are managed in the country. The Institute consequently has developed strong linkages with the practicing world and overtime its faculty members have acquired deep understanding of the issues of major concern for organizations. The education at DOMS provides conceptual knowledge to students, enhancing their capacity to resolve concrete problems and inculcate values and attitudes so that they can become effective organizational leaders. From its inceptions, DOMS has offered unsurpassed quality in its academic programs. In addition to its flagship ' Master of Business Administration, ' DOMS also offers doctorate course to foster research. We aim to achieve an ideal mix of permanent and visiting faculty that will give the students the benefit of industry exposure as well as a strong research base. The origins and distinctive research of our faculty members ensure that our programs offer content that is state-of-the-art and global in nature. We believe that research and taught leadership will only make DOMS truly distinctive. The department has about 30 students, pursuing doctoral programs in various contemporary areas of management. The involvement of the research scholars in deciding the syllabus adds weightage to it.

Mission

To provide leadership in management education by imparting quality and industry relevant knowledge through research.

Learning Model
  • Class room Learning : Lectures, Assignments, Presentation and Seminars.
  • Practical Learning : Industrial Visits, Group discussions, Case studies, Management exercises and Computer Lab use.
  • Corporate Learning : Summer project, Term project.

These projects offer : To include students, the feel of die industry and it’s functioning even before they actually get in to their professions. This unique learning model provided the students an opportunity for an accelerating professional and personal growth.  

DISTINCTIVE FEATURES
  • Dual specialization concepts.
  • Electives in cross-functional areas of choice. The students can opt for any subject offered by any Department to supplement their study.
  • A healthy mix of fresh graduates and experienced candidates.
  • A large core faculty team supported by visiting faculty from the industry using the best teaching methods.
  • Enriching association with MMA has been enabling our students to gain insights into the emerging management's concepts and practices.

SELECTION PROCEDURE
  • Based on the marks scored by the candidates in TANCET Exam.
  • For Foreign Nationals and NRIs, the marks scored in their degree courses will be the deciding factor, if the number of candidates applied for the category exceeds 6.

 

TOTAL NUMBER OF SEATS
  • M.B.A. (Regular): 45 Seats (Reservation Policy of Govt. will be adopted). 5 Seats for Foreign Nationals & NRIs.
  • M.B.A. (Self-Supportive): 50 Seats (Reservation Policy of Govt. will be adopted).

 

Spcialization

1. Human Resource Management. 2. Financial Management. 3. Marketing Management. 4. Operations Management. 5. System Management.  

Academic Flexibility

1. No. of Elective Courses Offered: 23 2. New Courses offered: 11 3. Curriculum designed for dual specialization. 4. Curriculum based on job orientation

Faculties

Name of the Faculty Designation View Profiles
Dr. (Tmt.) R. Thenmozhi Professor and Head Dr. (Tmt.) R. Thenmozhi
Dr. J. Khaja Sheriff Associate Professor Dr. J. Khaja Sheriff
Dr. K. Sathyanarayan Assistant Professor Dr. K. Sathyanarayan
Dr. P.S.Manjula Assistant Professor Dr. P.S.Manjula
Dr. S. Usha Assistant Professor Dr. S. Usha
Dr. Vaneeta Aggarwal Assistant Professor Dr. Vaneeta Aggarwal
Dr.L.Kanagalakshmi Assistant Professor Dr.L.Kanagalakshmi

Courses offered by the Department

Post Graduate

  • M.B.A.(Regular and Self-Supportive)

Ph.D Programme

  • Ph.D.(Full-Time & Part-Time).

Syllabus for the Courses Offered

Syllabus will be available soon

Fees Structure

Fee Structure will be available soon

Timetable

Timetable for All Courses Download
Timetable for All Courses Download

Research Scholars

Name Guide Topic Year Joined Year Completed Email Id
No M.Phil Scholars
Name Guide Topic Year Joined Year Completed Email Id
No Result available
Ph.D Nil
M.Phil Nil
Ph.D Nil
M.Phil Nil