Master of Business Administration
Faculty of Management Studies
About Management Studies
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Department of Management Studies is offered an extension of the institution’s pioneering leadership in professional education. Department of MBA inducted in the year 2021. The MBA (2 Years), MBA IEV (2 Years) and Integrated MBA (5 Years) programme at the Excel Engineering College aims at transforming the individuals into competent Management Professionals who can optimize the progress of regional, national and international companies. The programme is aimed at escalating the potential of the student and molding them for success in the challenging global business Scenario. Well-designed academics combined with live projects, corporate interaction, affiliations to professional societies, industry aligned value added courses A thoughtful bouquet of pedagogy consists of classroom lectures, industry visits, professional guest lectures, live projects, soft skill sessions and many co-curricular activities such as simulation games, workshops, presentations, discussions, debates, quizzes, etc. provides the fine edge to the aspirants to build a conquering career. The MBA (2 years), MBA IEV (2 Years) and Integrated MBA (5 years) programs are offered full time with dual specialization system. It will suit the aspirants who want to develop managerial skills and acquire broad based industry knowledge with the duel specializations based on their interest.
The graduates at Excel Engineering College, MBA are intended to acquire a fine blend of knowledge and excellence as human beings. We are committed to fostering an environment that brings a richer global experience to our students.
Excel’s Vision on Management Education
The emerging business challenges require corporate to create a reservoir of versatile executives with strong base of functional knowledge along with general management perspective. Faculty of Management Studies is designed with a potential to address high quality management education to future executives in India. The core focus of the program is to provide an environment for International mode of learning and enhance the capability of the students to be well placed in the emerging segments.
Dr. K. Elamvazhuthi
Educational Qualification : BSc., B.Tech., MBA., PhD
Teaching Experience: 14 Years
Industry Experience: 17 Years
I welcome you all to Department of Management Studies at Excel Engineering College (Autonomous). The present business scenario is dynamic and highly challenging. A student has to prepare and ensure the readiness to exploit the opportunities emerging in this highly competitive market. The Department of Management Studies aims at providing excellent management education through comprehensive teaching, learning pedagogy including case based teaching, project based learning, business games, simulation exercise, experiential learning, expert talks from industry and academia for ample growth of a student’s persona with humane and universal outlook. We strive to shape students towards academic brilliance and to endow with holistic and value based professional education relevant to the country/global progress in the field of business administration.
|MBA – Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Venture Development
Advisory Council Members
Vice-President, Nadar Mahajana Sangam S.Vellaichamy Nadar College.
Vice President, Business Operations, Qua Quest Tech Solutions Pvt Ltd, Bangalore.
Dr. Shathees Baskaran,
Senior Lecturer, Azman Hashim International Business School (AHIBS), Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia.
Dr. Muhammad Irfan Khan,
Chairperson, Department of Business Administration, Jinnah University for Women, Pakistan.
Dr Abdul Rahim Ridzuan,
Associate Professor, Department of Finance and Economics, Universiti Teknologi Mara,Melaka Campus, Malaysia.
Human Resource Head, Bartleby, Bangalore.
CEO- Tamil Nadu Council for Enterprise Development (TACED), Tamilnadu.
Vision & Mission
Programs Outcomes & Objective
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
PEO1: To make management graduates conceptualize, critically analyze and acquire In-depth knowledge of business and management by imbibing in them the unique ability of synthesizing knowledge towards adding value in the areas of business and management.
PEO2: To endorse lateral thinking by way of enabling management graduates to see at the things from different perspectives there by making them to come out with simple solutions for complex managerial problems.
PEO3: To instill a spirit of enquiry, so that Management Graduates search for facts and truths by developing methodologies that supports critical analysis and decision making.
PEO4: To ignite the passion for Entrepreneurship impart Multidisciplinary knowledge and collaborative skills to explore the possibility of multidisciplinary leverage.
PEO5: To inculcate a spirit of Ethics and Social Commitment in the personal and professional life of management graduates so that they add value to the society.
Programme Outcomes (POs)
PO1: Management graduates to be able to acquire In-depth knowledge of business, management and in functional areas with a global perspective and with a unique ability of synthesizing existing knowledge with the new one, thereby contributing towards enhancing the total quality of knowledge in the area of business and management.
PO2: Management graduates to Conceptualize and Critically analyze the complex business and management problems by applying independent judgments within the wider theoretical and practical frameworks.
PO3: Management graduates should be able to think Out of the box. They have to develop a unique way of seeing at the things by applying independent judgments in order to create outstanding solutions for the business and management problems.
PO4: Management graduate should develop a Research bent of mind. They have to search for facts and truths by developing methodologies with analytical tools which are contemporary and which supports critical analysis of complex data and decision making.
PO5: Management graduates to possess Multidisciplinary knowledge and develop collaborative skills to explore the possibility of Multidisciplinary leverage. To demonstrate self management and sound team work in order to strive for common goals and group success.
Program Specific Objectives (PSOs)
PSO1: Management graduates to demonstrate leadership in project management in multidisciplinary environments by giving due considerations for project execution within the broad frameworks of time, cost and money.
PSO2: Management graduates to inculcate the spirit of Ethics and social commitment in their personal and professional life. Discharging their commitment to their stakeholders and thereby contributing in a big way towards a community where society can develop sustainably.
List of Laboratory
- Spoken and Written Communication Lab
- Data Analysis and Business Modeling
- SPSS Lab
- Tally ERP Lab
- Tora Lab
Additional Labs for Advanced Learning
- Data Analysis of MS-Excel,
- Microsoft Power BI
- i. MBA (2 Years)
- ii. MBA IEV (2 Years)
- iii. Integrated MBA (5 Years)
Value Added Courses
- I. Certified course on Communication Skill in association with British Education Council.
- II. Certified Tally Course in Association with AXN Infotech, Coimbatore.
- III. NSE Certified capital market professional.
- Financial Management.
- Marketing Management.
- Human Resources Management.
- Data Science Management.
- Operations Management
- Systems Management
- Aviation Management
- Hospital and Healthcare Management
- Travel and Tourism Management
- Agri – Tech Business Management
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- International Business Management
- Retailing Management
Academic excellence, free and conducive environment for all round development, an active placement cell, state-of-art laboratories, infrastructure and student amenities, well qualified and dedicated faculty are some of the reasons that make the brightest of young minds and their parents to Faculty of Management Studies.The philosophic underpinnings stated above are planned to be achieved through a range of pedagogic inputs and learning themes built into the program design. These include: Equal importance of complementarities between learning in the class room process and other non traditional teaching tools like Group Discussions – Debate – Presentations – Role Play etc.
Another important way of learning at FoMs is through the interaction with eminent guest speakers.In addition to the full time faculty, guest lecturers with special expertise in various aspects of conservation and allied professions are invited throughout the academic year to augment the instructional program. Students are kept in constant touch with the industry through interactions with leaders of industry, industrial visits and guest lectures. Distinguished citizens of the corporate world are no strangers to the campus and they frequently address students and enlighten them.
A Home Away From Home
Every effort has been made at the FoMs to provide the best facilities for students who live on campus. Every student has access to a wide range of activities, facilities and support.
FoMs , with its beautifully landscaped and carefully tendered gardens, provides an ideal environment for a congenial learning experience. Here is a campus that invites students out of their hostels to spend time between classes midst greenery and a riot of floral colour.
Contextual teaching with practical relevance
Department of Management Studies offers an enriched curriculum with practical components intertwined for contextual teaching with practical relevance. The unique pedagogy adopted provides space for the students to learn by doing to understand the ground realities of today’s business. It provides them a competitive edge in the job market.
At DOMS, students don’t just acquire knowledge within a narrow and constrained classroom setting, rather, they apply this knowledge to real world business challenges through hands-on practice and proof test the accumulated pool of knowledge. Go beyond the four walls and experience what business leaders endure. Learn the crux of business as you manage different facets like time, stress, funds and group dynamics through our unique programs a powerful idea envisaged by our team to impart management skills through gaming, enable students to be more aware of their strengths, weakness, values and the impact of their decisions or actions on others, society and the environment.
Mentoring is most often defined as a professional relationship in which an experienced person (the mentor) assists another (the mentee) in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance the less-experienced person’s professional and personal growth. Mentorship Focused on
- Teach the mentee about a specific issue
- Coach the mentee on a particular skill
- Facilitate the mentee’s growth by sharing resources and networks
- Challenge the mentee to move beyond his or her comfort zone
- Create a safe learning environment for taking risks
- Focus on the mentee’s total development
Non Classroom Learning
“Learning experience for budding managers can and should never be restricted to academic classroom learning but rather focus on all round development of students. Every year students join at EEC DOMS from all parts of the country, hence bringing in values and interests from several different cultures. Enrolling in the following club of their own choice and organizing interesting activities throughout the year provides them an opportunity to know their peers better, learn to work in a team, under time and budget constraints.
Professional Development Club
DOMS owes its association called “BIZ-DEFT” , it helps to prepare students for imminent corporate challenges through motivational & personality grooming sessions, and industry-orientation workshops.
DOMS lays great emphasis on inclusive and sustainable growth of people and communities. It advocates social responsibility alongside corporate activities and undertakes several initiatives for the benefit of the larger society in and around.One of the goals of DOMS is to produce women and men for others; help shape future business leaders who are sensitive to the needs of the disadvantaged and the marginalized. These values cannot be taught in classrooms; social responsibility initiatives by DOMS are implemented in underserved rural and urban areas and amongst less privileged sections of our society. The management cradle invests in the future of small communities and surrounding villages.
The Entrepreneurship Club is a learning-by-doing environment where students can cultivate their entrepreneurship skills. Students in the club will participate in the development of a business, at minimum by learning from attending meetings, but ideally developing a start-up. The club is also a place where people in the community can incubate a business idea, providing students with learning opportunities as the students help to develop the idea through the club.
We aim to offer students an all-round experience of marketing through industry interactions and on-campus activities. These activities aim to offer the budding marketers of DOMS with all-round development opportunity. Among the numerous initiatives are like various case study competitions, guest interactions, quizzes and some fun events. All of these events are carefully designed to ignite the brilliant mind of students and to offer them a visible platform where they can unleash their creativity and clever wits to keep the student community abreast with the latest happenings around the marketing world.
Business Analytics Club
Business Analytics Club is aimed at working in the field of Data & Analytics and its importance and need in Marketing, Finance, HR and Operations. The main operations of club includes organizing quizzes, workshops and seminars on various topics related to business analytics.
Stock – War Club
The members of the club were introduced to one another. The introductory session was very helpful for budding aspirants who want to pursue a career in the finance stream. Following were the highlights of the activity:
- How an individual investor expects stocks to rise.
- Importance of reviewing historical trends of a particular company wherein investments are to be made.
- Benefits of up & down trends of the market.
- Market cycles that include 4 phases of market growth & decline driven by business & economic conditions.
- Overall, it was a very interactive & engaging session.
IIC – Industry Interaction Club
The main priority of IIC is to ensure that practice meets theory across all functional areas. Students have many opportunities for engagement with industry leaders throughout the year. Namakkal and Erode is a hub to a multitude of small and mid-sized companies, entrepreneurial ventures and dynamic. These interactions are not limited to internships and case discussions. The students organize and moderate summits and panels that bring together experts, thinkers and practitioners from India. Students also benefit from intensive mentoring by committed and enthusiastic industry professionals.
DOMS vision for Internationalization is to raise globally knowledgeable students, generates internationally recognized research and creative activities that address significant global issues, and fosters engagements that connect us with the world. In pursuing this vision, we will
- Articulate the commitment to Internationalization and sensitize the stakeholders about its significance and develop a clear road map for implementation
- Create appropriate administrative and reporting structures form an essential framework for implementing internationalization
- Develop internationalized curriculum and co-curriculum that ensures all students are exposed to international perspectives and build global competence
- Establish Institutional policies and support mechanisms for faculty to have opportunities to develop international competence and are able to maximize the impact of these experiences on student learning.
|General MBA (02 Years)||4 Semesters|
|MBA – Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Venture Development (02 Years)||4 Semesters|
|Integrated MBA (05 Years)||10 Semesters|
|S No||Name of the Industry||Location|
|3||HDB FINANCIAL SERVICES||Erode|
|4||MUTHOOT FINANCE LTD||Salem|
|5||GEOJIT FINANCIAL SERVICES LTD||Coimbatore|
|6||EFFITRAC SOLUTIONS INDIA PVT LTD||Coimbatore|
|7||SHRIRAM TRANSPORT FINANCE PVT LTD||Coimbatore|
|8||ICICI BANK LTD||Chennai|
|9||ALCANCE TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD||Chennai|
|10||FUTURE GENERALI INDIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD||Coimbatore|
|11||JUST DIAL LTD||Coimbatore|
|12||KAMAI ELEVATORS PVT LTD||Chennai|
|13||JUBILANT FOOD WORKS LTD||Chennai|
|14||FHYZICE TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD||Chennai|
|15||EXIMIO DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION LTD||Chennai|
|16||GOUNDER & CO LTD||Salem|
|S.No||Date of the Event||Title of the Event||Resource Person|
|1||10.12.2021||Commencement of Orientation Classes
for First Years
Founder & Honorable Chairman
Vice – Chairman & Secretary
Excel Group Institutions, Komarapalaym
|2||18.12.2021||Webinar on “ Being a Winner”||Dr.S.Susendiran
Department of Management Studies,
Sree Vidhyanikethan Institute of Management,
|3||24.12.2021||“BIZ- DEFT” Association Inauguration||Mr.K.J.Ravikumar
|4||24.12.2021||Workshop on “Emotional Intelligence”||Ms.S.Selvi
Rajshree Hospital, Bhavani,
Aravinth Hospital, Erode
|4||25.01.2022||International Webinar on “Asian Government Initiative
in Managing Covid-19”
|Dr Abdul Rahim Ridzuan Associate Professor,
Department of Finance and Economics,
Universiti Teknologi Mara, Melaka Campus, Malaysia
|5||25.01.2022||Webinar on “ Subject to Market Risk is a Track or Treat for Investors”||Mr.Narendran Sap
Lights Inc, Salem
|5||12.02.2022||Interactive Session on “Industry Expectation Vs
HR Head, Bartleby, Bangalore
|Sl. No||Batch||Name of the Student||Rank||Photo|
|2||2008-12||Jishnu R Chandran||
Anu Marie Abraham
|4||2009-13||Jai Ganesh R||31|
|7||2012-16||Souvik Brahma Hota||43|
|8||2012-16||Deepa Priya S K||49|
|9||2013-17||Kamal Raj D||50|
Sarath R. K
Anmol Krishna Mohan Chaudhary
|12||2016-20||Sudharshan P P||06|