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The MBA Program was started in the year 2006 with 55 students and has successfully graduated 10 batches. VEL TECH HIGH TECH MBA Program is a full-time program. The duration of the course is two years split into four semesters. Each semester shall normally consist of 90 working days. The department has a team of 8 faculty members who offer a vast reservoir of knowledge to learn and leverage. They focus on developing value-based and competent human resource for the betterment of the globe. Students get a chance not only to learn from the faculty but also to discuss and debate the concepts they learn with people from industry through various Industry Interactive Programs. The Programme also includes seminar and practicals. The students are given an option to choose any two specializations from the range of electives given below:
- Human Resource
VEL TECH HIGH TECH MBA Program prepares you to tackle the complex business challenges of the future and to exercise the leadership needed to obtain results through others, differentiated by its cutting-edge research, the quality of its academic staff, the depth of its educational programs, and its close link with industry. Situated in the outskirts of Chennai city, it is one of the Chennai’s premier learning and research institutions for MBA aspirants.
National Level distinction and International Visibility in Every Facet of Management Education
- The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps – we must step up the stairs.
- Goals are pursued with the word “GO” and visions with the word “VENTURE”. You can’t be living always in the promise of the cloud; it must rain now!”
- No new venture occurs without mistakes. Dare to learn and grow through your mistakes–this is how mastery occurs!
- To add to the productive administration of assets for the monetary development and social improvement by giving the abilities and information to oversee and by overhauling the assemblage of learning through examination and linkages with academicians, honing directors and business houses.
- When virtues are pointed out first, flaws seem less insurmountable
- We possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what we consider the most enviable of all titles, the character of honest, hardwork and intelligence.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
Our Graduates will,
- To have a thorough understanding of the core aspects of the business.
- To provide the learners with the management tools to identify, analyze and create business opportunities as well as solve business problems.
- To prepare them to have a holistic approach towards management functions.
To motivate them for continuous learning.
- To inspire and make them practice ethical standards in business.
Program Outcomes (PO)
- Ability to apply the business acumen gained in practice.
- Ability to understand and solve managerial issues.Ability to communicate and negotiate effectively, to achieve organizational and individual goals.
- Ability to upgrade their professional and managerial skills in their workplace.
- Ability to explore and reflect about managerial challenges, develop informed managerial decisions in a dynamically unstable environment.
- Ability to take up challenging assignments.
- Ability to understand one’s own ability to set achievable targets and complete them.
- Ability to pursue lifelong learning.
- To have a fulfilling business career.
|1.||G.Gopinath||A Multidimensional study of Consumer Shopping Behaviour in Malls||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|2||Harsha Priyaa R||A Multidimensional study of Consumer Shopping Behaviour in Malls||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|3.||Diviya Devi R||Green Marketing for sustainable development||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|4.||Karthick G||Green Marketing for sustainable development||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|5||Jayashree S||The role of virtual reality and augmented reality in contemporary business||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|6||Suraj S||The role of virtual reality and augmented reality in contemporary business||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|S.No||Date||Topic & Venue||Semester||Chief Guest|
|1||24.07.2019||Entrepreneurship Awareness & Thomas Alva Edison Hall||II Yr||Dr.R.Muthuswamy,Senior Executive,CPPI,KVIC,ChennaiView Gallery|
|Academic 2018-19(Even Sem)|
|1||26.03.2019||Resume Writing & Interviewing Skills||II||Thomas Alva Edison||Mr.V.Suresh,Consultant,MMA,Chennai|
|2||27.02.2019||Opportunities in Financial Marketing||II||Thomas Alva Edison||Mr.M.Jeyaprakash, Consultant, MMA, Chennai|
|3||30.01.2019||The World of Soft Skills||II||Thomas Alva Edison||Mr.Deepak Chabaria,Connsultant,MMA,Chennai|
|Academic 2018-19(Odd Sem)|
|1||01.12.2018||Learn From Expert- HR Interaction||III||Thomas Alva Edison||Mr. P.Ravikumar,Vice President-HR & CSR, Kamachi Industries Limited, Gummudipoondi.|
|2||24.11.2018||Institute to Industry||I&III||Thomas Alva Edison||M/S Sabrin Fathima,HR,Renault Nissan Automotive India PVT Ltd., Chennai|
|3||1.10.2018||Opportunities in BFSI & Telecom Sector||III||Thomas Alva Edison||M/s.Samarth Learning Solutions,Chennai.|
|4||14.08.2018||E -BANKING – THE DIGITAL WAY||III||Thomas Alva Edison||Dr. S. Chandra Sekar,Corporate & B School Trainer,Empover HR Solutions Pvt Ltd.,Bangaluru|
|5||20.07.2018||ENTREPRENEURSHIP||III||Thomas Alva Edison||Mr.Ashok D Nichani,|
|Academic 2017-18(Even Sem)|
|1||29.01.2018||Corporate Social Responsibility||IV||Saravana Vel Auditorium||Mr.S.Saravanan,Trainer,MMA|
|2||08.01.2018||Business Trends in Current Wave of Globalization||IV||Saravana Vel Auditorium||Prof. Carlos Moslares, Dean, School of Business, IQS|
|3||22.12.2017||Entreprenership||II,IV||Saravana Vel Auditorium||Mr.S.Saravanan,Trainer,MMA|
|Academic 2017-18(Odd Sem)|
|1||31.08.2017||Forex Trading||III||Thomas Alva Edison Hall||Mr.Jithendra Babu,Senior Manager,Regional Head,UAE Exchange and Financial service ltd.|
|2||06.11.2017||Professional Etiquette Base for Success||I||Thomas Alva Edison Hall||Dr.P.S.Manjula,Professor,Dept of Master of Business Administration.|
|3||18.11.2017||Seven Tools(Old & New Bench Marking & Poka Yoke)||VTHT seminar Hall||Ms.Sabrin Fathima,HR Employees Relation,Renault Nissan|
|4||04.12.2017||One Day Training Program – Employability skill||I||VTHT seminar Hall||View Gallery|
|1||21.04.2017||Bridging the gap of Employbability Skills||II,IV||Thomas Alva Edison Hall||Mr.Prakash Arunachalam ,Chief Information Officer|
|2||11.11.2016||Viral Marketing||I||Lord Ayyappan Hall||Mr.K.Srinivasan,Zonal Sales Head,M/s Coca-Cola Beverages Limited|
Teaching Staff Name List
|S.NO||STAFF NAME||STAFF DESIGNATION||STAFF QUALIFICATION|
|1||Dr. SURESH KUMAR A||PROFESSOR & HEAD||B.SC.,MBA(HR).,PGDSEM.,DSCM.,M.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.D|
|2||Dr. SARAVANA MAHESAN.S||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR||B.B.A.,M.B.A.,Ph.D|
|3||Mr.VINOTH. P||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||B.COM.,MBA|
|5||Ms. NANDHINI P||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||B.E(ECE).,M.B.A|
|6||Mr. VIGNESH RAJA R||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||B.E(EEE).,M.B.A|
|7||Ms. REKHA R||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||B.E(EEE).,M.B.A|
|8||Mrs.J. SHYAMILI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR||B.Sc.,M.B.A|
|8||Dr. K. SELVI||VISITING PROFESSOR||MBA.,M.COM.,MFM.,M.Phil.,Ph.D.,NET.,|
|1||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||Intention And Awareness On Digital Media And E-Learning solutions Among Management Students in Education||International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, (ISSN 1314-3395) Vol,120, No 6, July 2018||SCOPUS|
|1.||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||Exploring the Impact of Organization Culture on Employee Work Performance using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) Approach||International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research, (ISSN 0972-7302)Vol,15, No16, Jun 2017,PP 483-493||SCOPUS|
|2||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||An Empirical study on Millennials Perception towards Usage and Ban of Global Soft Drinks in Tamilnadu after Jallikkattu Protest||Shanlax International Journal of Commerce,(ISSN 2320-4168)Vol,5, No1, Aug 2017,PP 132-141||UGC|
|3||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||A Study on Potential market of Free Launcher Distribution Channel with Special reference to MTS Chennai||International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology,(ISSN 2395-1052)Vol,3, No8, Aug 2017,PP 150-157||UGC|
|4||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||A Study on Identification and analysis of sick units and development of Coir Cluster with reference to MSME – DI Chennai||International Journal for Science and Advance Research in Technology,(ISSN 2395-1052)Vol,3, No8, Aug 2017,PP 144-149||UGC|
|5||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||Comparative Organizational Climate of Permanent and Temporary Workers in Construction Industry||International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, (ISSN 0976-6308)Vol,8, No 9, Sep 2017,PP 43-52||SCOPUS|
|6||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||A Multidimensional Study of Consumer Shopping Behaviour in Malls||Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|7||Dr.H. Moideen Batcha||Linking Organization Culture (OC),Motivation and Employee Engagement (EE) in the Indian IT Sector A Conceptual breakthrough||International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, (ISSN 1314-3395)Vol,118, No 24, April 2018||SCOPUS|
|8.||Dr.E.T Evangeline||Linking Organization Culture (OC),Motivation and Employee Engagement (EE) in the Indian IT Sector A Conceptual breakthrough||International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, (ISSN 1314-3395)Vol,118, No 24, April 2018||SCOPUS|
|9||Dr.E.T Evangeline|| |
|Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|
|10||Dr.S.Saravana Mahesan|| |
|Shanlax International Journal of Management,(ISSN 2321-4649)Vol,5, Special Issue, Mar2018||UGC|