Faculty of Management and Business Studies

About the Faculty of Management and Business Studies

The Faculty of Management and Business Studies emphases on management education more than just business management. The commitment is thought leadership with a deep understanding of business. The approach to pedagogy combines fieldwork, case studies and instrumented feedback with a strong emphasis on concepts and theory. The faculty has a pool of well qualified and experience faculties. The faculties have a decent publication record and many of them ample industrial background. The Faculty claims of its Computer center offering a vast array of highly advanced computing resources. Linkages have been established with the IBM solutions research center, Microsoft lab and Intel lab. The Faculty has several software suites enabling the students to understand and build applications using the state of the art technology.

Department offer all UG Program, PG Program & Research Program to cater the need of corporate profile.

HoD’s Desk

The Faculty of Management and Business Studies stands out as a leading centre of excellence for management studies. The centre was established in the year 2010 with a vision to create world-class managers, entrepreneurs, and change leaders who are able to create new benchmarks of professional excellence in the industry.
Our essential strong pillars include our intellectual capital, a robust industry-oriented curriculum and innovative learning delivery that includes training by industry mentors, industry visits, case study workshops and graded evaluation, live projects, workshops, seminars, conferences and guest lectures.
We have a separate career development cell for our students the purpose of which is to impart knowledge and skills and meet the manpower requirements of the industry. Not surprisingly we have exemplary students and illustrious alumni network spread across the globe.
Our faculty members are seasoned professionals and come with a rich industrial and academic experience. We ensure that students are abreast with latest trends and technologies through our regular teaching learning process and additional enrichment programs.
We are dedicated to the advanced quality of education with a futuristic outlook and enhanced and embedded employability certifications in every specialization. We have an excellent departmental library as well as a central library in the University.
Inventiveness and transformation are the main characteristics of the Faculty of Management and Business Studies. We have developed the rigorous syllabi that aim to develop future managers to become outstanding entrepreneurs and business professionals of tomorrow with the right attitude, analytical and problem solving skills through experiential pedagogy.
Programs in Management are the flagship amongst all programs of DR. K.N. Modi University. Faculty of Management and Business Studies bridges the gap between ‘What we are ‘and ‘Where we want to go’.
The Board of Studies which comprises of experts from IIM and other prestigious institutions, through their insight, help in ensuring that the syllabi are tailor-made so as to impart the requisite knowledge.
The Faculty also has a strong research focus, which is evident from an increasing number of research scholars who get enrolled in our PhD program every year.
Our initiatives are guided by a strong value system and vision of Dr. K.N. Modi University that was founded for academic excellence, collaboration and research. We shall continue to uphold these values and use them as a guiding light for all our future endeavours.

Our Vision

The Faculty aims to make a place at both national and international level by producing high quality ethically rich business manager conversant with the state-of-the-art technology with the ability to adapt the upcoming technologies to cater to the ever changing industrial demands and societal needs. It endeavor to establish itself as a Center of Excellence by contributing to industry and businesses with vast research areas

Our Mission

  • To provide the future leaders in the area of business administration through the development of human intellectual potential to its fullest extent. 
  • To enable the students to acquire globally competence through problem solving skills and exposure to latest developments in Industry and Commerce.
  • To educate the students about their professional and ethical responsibilities. 
  • To ensure continuous interaction with the industry and academia through collaborative research projects.
  • To impart knowledge of the fundamentals of Management theory and its application in problem solving.
  • To equip the students with requisite knowledge, skills and right attitude necessary to create efficient Managers
  • To encourage the desire for higher education and attitude towards research and development amongst students.
  • To develop sound knowledge of the entrepreneurial process and inculcate creativity and innovation among students
  • To produce industry ready graduates having highest regard for Personal & Institutional Integrity, Social Responsibility , Teamwork and Continuous Learning

Events and Seminars

  • “One Day Symposium on “Career Prospects in Commerce & Management” on 15th Feb, 2016

Faculty of Management & Placement and Training Cell, of Dr. K. N. Modi University, Rajasthan jointly organized a one day symposium on “Career prospects in  commerce and Management” on 15th Feb, 2016. The symposium commenced at 10.00 a.m. in the A/C Auditorium. The symposium brought together academicians, research scholars and student. In the inception, Professor Dr. Arun Singhal, Head Faculty of Management & Convenor addressed the gathering with the welcome note. Our Guest speaker Shri. V. k. Gupta, Director CMI Ltd. addressed the gathering on prospects in commerce and management programme.

  • “Talk -Show with Himanshu Batra” on 21st October, 2016

Faculty of Management, DKNMU had organized a “Talk-Show” with Himanshu Batra’s, a successful entrepreneur. He address the university students about his journey from a small town to the US and starting a venture back in India, guidance to students on different career options which includes applying to foreign universities, getting into startups or even starting their own companies.

  • “Motivational Seminar” on 21st November, 2017

Faculty of Management, DKNMU had organized a motivational seminar for management students. The resource person for this seminar “Prof. (Dr.) V. P. Singh”. The seminar was started with welcome of guest and participants. Followed next was lamp lighting ceremony accompanied by Saraswati Vandana. Next, a brief description of the university, which included the vision-mission and history along with recent achievements. The resource person said about personality development. The ultimate goal of a seminar was to change student profoundly on an emotional and/or mental level. The speaker related his own personal experience to an audience, which means he can come from any kind of background and use that information to inspire others.

  • “Tree Plantation” On 25th February, 2018

On 25th February, 2018, our faculty launched an extensive Plantation Programme on the occasion of the World Environment Day in different parts of our biological-agriculture garden and nearby vicinity to university. The students and teachers selected the empty places and the roadside to plant saplings in a well-organised way. The saplings were supplied by the university and nearby nursery. In order to restore the eco-balance of the afforestation drive was taken with all seriousness.


  • “AD MAD SHOW” on 20th August 2018

The Marketing Club of Faculty of Management organized an event ‘AD MAD Show’ on 20th August 2018. The objective of the event was to highlight the talent, creativity, innovation in creating an advertisement for the products such as Ghar tode rishte.com, Dabba TV, Lootera Real estate, Lawaris Moblie, Chaman Chashma,Iron Shoes, Toote Rishtey Matrimonial, Kangaal Bank, Hair Fall Tonic, Gadbad Ghotala.Com, to name a few. The participants were given the topic on the spot and were given 30 minutes for brain storming and for preparation. Total 20 teams of management students participated in the event comprising of 5 students per team. The teams presented and showcased their talent in the activity room. The winners and runner ups were given gift hampers.

  • “Plantation Day” on 20th July, 2019

On 20th July, 2019 , Faculty of Management along with other faculties of Dr. K. N. Modi University celebrated “Plantation Day” in the university campus and nearby vicinity. Administrative Staff, Faculty members and Students take actively part in this programme and planted plants in 100’s of numbers.


  • “AD MAD SHOW” on 23rd August, 2019

The Faculty of Management, DKNMU had organized an AD-MAD-SHOW on 23rd August, 2019 under marketing club. Advertisement and Marketing forms a part of the curriculum of the management students. This show was organized with an intention to give it an extension and to provide a platform for the students to apply the theoretical knowledge practically. The students were given a product in advance like quick-stick, agarbatti, online food supply chain etc. and they presented an ad for the same in a team of 5-6. Students were really creative in their presentation and came up with some super interesting and hilarious advertisement ideas.

  • A One Day Workshop on “Course Outcomes(CO), Program Outcomes(PO) Mapping and Their Attainments” held on 17.10.2020(Saturday) under guidance of IQAC Coordinator for NAAC by Instructor, Mr. Mayank Sharma, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management.(Video link Attached)


  • Mr. Mayank Sharma, Assistant Professor Interviewed by Collegedunia.com to provide an insight towards management education- prospects and challenges. (Video Link Attached)


  • Video lecture by Ms. Ayushi Jain, Assistant Professor on “Forms of Business Organization” dated 10th Oct, 2019 for BBA I Sem Students.(Video Link Attached)


  • Video lecture by Mr. Rahul Jain, Assistant Professor on “Product, Product Planning  and Development” dated 22th Oct, 2019 for BBA 3 Sem Students.(Video Link Attached)




  • PO1: Disciplinary Knowledge: The curriculum planning of the Programme envisages the students demonstrating fundamental knowledge of the areas related to respective discipline. The students will be made capable of evaluating diverse perspectives provided by the prism of disciplinary areas and a comprehensive picture of situations, using modern ways and means of dealing with issues arising in the dynamic world.
  • PO2: Communication Skills:  The teaching learning pedagogies used in the programme will make the students capable enough to deliver and communicate information pertaining to industry effectively.
  • PO3: Problem Solving: The programme involves acquainting the students with problem solving techniques by providing them with real life situations. The students shall be able to develop better sense of problem solving after going through the courses.
  • PO4: Modern Tool Usage: Create,  select  and  apply  appropriate  techniques,  resources  and modern IT tools including analysis,  prediction and modelling to complex activities with an under- standing of the limitations.
  • PO5: Analytical Reasoning: The programme offer opportunity for students to develop analytical reasoning through their active participation and involvement in teaching-learning process as envisioned in the student centric approach.
  • PO6: Cooperation/Team Work: The curriculum also inculcates in the young minds the qualities of teamwork, cooperation and solidarity which can be seen as a vision of the current dynamic world. They shall be able to gain insight into the need to balance the aspects of collaboration and competition for healthier delivery to society.
  • PO7: Research-related skills : The courses make them understand the need of the current business world and make them capable to view different aspects and dimensions from global perspective. The courses are 3 designed in such a way that the learners are encouraged to seek deeper understanding of issues and develop research abilities.
  • PO8: Moral and ethical awareness :The courses also involve training the students to check unethical behavior, falsification and manipulation of information in order to avoid debacles which can be seen rising persistently over the period of time.
  • PO9: Lifelong Learning: The courses are formulated to develop a sense of attitude towards life-long learning as the world of business is constantly in a state of flux. The course content shall help students build on sustaining themselves and being relevant in all times through having such an attitude.
  • PO10: Leadership readiness/qualities:The programme shall be able to inculcate skills like teamwork, cooperation, motivation and leadership etc. that help build the character of a future employee and facilitate him/her in inspiring others in an organization. The courses would be able to make the students capable of handling present complexities and future challenges.
  • PO11: Project  Management  and  Finance:    Demonstrate  knowledge  and  understanding  of  disciplinary principles and apply these to owners own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional industrial solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.


Program Specific Outcome [PSO's] of BBA/BCOM/MBA/MCOM

  • PSO1:Students will be capable of making a positive contribution to business, trade and industry in the national and global context.
  • PSO2: Students will be able to apply frameworks and tools to arrive at informed decisions in profession and practice, striking a balance between business and social dimensions.
  • PSO3: Students will have a solid foundation to pursue professional careers and take up higher learning courses such as Masters Programmes and Ph.D as well as research.
  • PSO4: Students with a flair of self-employment will be able to initiate and build upon entrepreneurial ventures or demonstrate intraprenuership for their employer organizations.
  • PSO5: Students will recognize the need for adapting to change and have the aptitude and ability to engage in independent and life – long learning in the broadest context of socio-economic, technological and global change.

Infrastructure / Facilities


The University is proud of its library system, which comprises the Central Library. It is one of the best-equipped libraries in the country. Under the potential for excellence programme of UGC, Centre for Digital Library and Documentation with Learning Resource Centre has been established in the year 2010 which is being largely used by the different categories of users. Central Library is the heart/soul of the academics at Dr. K. N. Modi University. Its carpet area is 5435 Sqm. It is designed to meet the information needs of the users with an aim of providing “Anytime, Anywhere Access” to information through remote access facility. The Central Library supports university in building an excellence in academics and research by establishing a knowledge portal.

For more details follow link on home page.

 Computing Facilities

The faculty is equipped with state-of-the-art computing facility with multiple high end Servers. 24 Hours High-speed Internet facilities are available. The laboratory has the latest Operating Systems, Front End Tools, software’s for course and research study etc with wi-fi campus making internet readily accessible even at odd working hours and the campus buzzes with students even in the late evening. Instructors are also regularly available to assist students in planning and implementing their project.


The faculty has excellent infrastructure and modern facilities, which assist in conducting the various academic programs. The lecture halls are equipped with modern audio video systems. They are designed to provide complete comfort for the intense hours of the classroom teaching and interaction. Classrooms are well decorated and equipped with state-of-art-instruments such as LCDs projectors.


To ensure that all activities related to performing arts, Seminars, Lectures, Concerts & Symposiums etc are held without any problem, a highly comfortable fully air conditioned state of art Auditorium is created. Auditorium has every possible feature that any modern auditorium should have, back stage facilities, wide screen, latest audio system, comfortable seats. Students take pride in performing in the Auditorium. The capacity of the Auditorium is 400.


Physical Education and sports is the birthright to access, which is essential for full development of one's personality. We, at Dr. K.N. Modi University, have Sport and Extra Curricular Committee which conducts various Physical Education Activities, Games and Sports Activities and other Recreational Activities.

Facilities for Football, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball and Athletics are provided.
Besides, we have a college sport's club which has the following facilities:

Tennis Courts

Badminton Court

Indoor Games

Health Club


Outdoor Games

The University teams participate in tournaments held every year in other Technical Institutes. Besides these the University also conducts Tournaments of various events. Annual Gaming meet is held with great fanfare and participated in with full zest and zeal.

Besides, the University also conducts various Yoga Activities, which are being taught by a Yoga Guru, which gives a boost to the moral and intellect of the student. Individual championship and group championship is awarded.

Student / Faculty Achievement

  • Faculty Achievements

Through invention, innovation, and the forging of exciting new frontiers in scholarship and research, our faculties are making their mark on the business world each day and earning national and international distinction for their achievements. The following pages represent both news coverage and a growing list of major honors our faculty continue to receive recognizing their contributions to their fields of study.

  • Students Achievements

Our students are historically high achievers, winning a wide range of nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships each year for their efforts as scholars and innovators.

Mr. Chandresh Jain, HOD

  • Jain, Rahul K, Jain, Chandresh and Jain, Ayushi (2019; Ecotourism in India; Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 18(2), 40-45.
  • Jain, Chandresh, Jain, Rahul K, and Jain, Ayushi (2019); Medical Tourism: Challenges, Future Prospects; Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 18(2), 26-32.
  • Jain, Ayushi, Jain, Chandresh and Jain, Rahul K (2019); Green Marketing in India; Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 18(2), 23-25.

 Mr. Mayank Sharma, Assistant Professor

Books Published





Attitude of Mind
Bloody Good Luck
Brain Development
Effective Listening
Invisible Thread Between Soulmates
Stop & Smell the Flowers
Subconscious Mind
Entrepreneurial Psychology

Research Papers




Indian Journal of Psychometry & Educationby NPC
Negative Dimension of Perfectionism as related to the Perceived Work Stress Among Bank Employees.
Journal of Management by imanager’s Publication
A Study on Corporate Governance on Recent Banking Frauds in India.
International Journal on Aggressive Behavior by Wiley
Study of Aggressive behaviour of Single Child of Nuclear Family and Single Child of Joint Family
Book:Emerging Issues & Challenges of Adolescent’s Behavior by IAHRW
Study of Aggressive Behavior of Adolescents in Residential and Regular Day School of India.
Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry
Dimension of Personality of Entrepreneurs and Employed Managers in India: A Comparative Study

Dr. Saroj Kr. Ranjan, Assistant Professor

  • Goswami, Tulsee Giri, and Saroj Kumar Ranjan. "Green HRM: Approach to Sustainability in Current Scenario." Journal for Studies in Management and Planning 1.4 (2015): 250-259.
  • Saroj kumar Ranjan. “Psychological contract breach and workplace outcome: unmet expectations of an employee”. Journal for Studies in Management and Planning. Vol-04,
  • Issue-04, April-2018, ISSN:2395-0463.
  • Saroj kumar ranjan. “Effect of Psychological Contract Breach on Tourism Industry.”
  • Restaurant Business ISSN:0097-8043 vol-15-ISSUE-07-JULY-2019.

Mr. Rahul Jain, Assistant Professor

Journal papers:

  • Jain, Rahul K. (2019; Analysis the edible oil scenario in Rajasthan; AEGAEUM Journal UGC Approved Journal (Scopus), Volume 7, Issue 12, December – 2019.
  • Jain, Rahul K, Jain, Chandresh and Jain, Ayushi (2019; Ecotourism in India; Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 18(2), 40-45.
  • Jain, Chandresh, Jain, Rahul K, and Jain, Ayushi (2019); Medical Tourism: Challenges, Future Prospects; Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 18(2), 26-32.
  • Jain, Ayushi, Jain, Chandresh and Jain, Rahul K (2019); Green Marketing in India; Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 18(2), 23-25.
  • Jain, Rahul K, Jain, Akshay S and Jain, Ayushi (2019); Rajasthan Edible oil Scenario: A Review; International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management, (02)12, 196-199.

Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

Research Initiatives

Faculty of Management and Business Studies lays strong emphasis on the sponsored research, collaborative research funded by the public or private agencies, and strong industrial interaction. The faculty has set up modern laboratories and the supporting infrastructure.The sponsored research has also emerged as a crucial factor in the creation of the infrastructure while strengthening the facilities in some of the emerging areas of technology. Our faculties maintain strong industrial links by undertaking consultancy assignments. This includes job of varied nature like troubleshooting, product and process development and design checks. In addition to these activities, the faculty members also run short-term company-specific training programs. 

The Research and Development section is responsible to provide administrative support and project management for the different types of project undertaken by the faculty.

  • Principal Investigator (PI) of a sanctioned project is considered to be the prime interface between the funding agency and research section.
  • Most of the powers rest with the PI. In case of relaxations of rules, Dean (Research) accords approval.
  • Separate Recruitment Process – Casual Appointments, Yearly renewable contracts (walk-in and shortlisting based).
  • Student Assistantships are offered.
  • Quicker Purchases under Projects.
  • Corporate Credit Card Scheme for expenditure upto 2 Lakh
  • 20% Administrative Overheads Charges are charged from Funding Agencies.
  • Generation of Professional Development Fund of PI/Co-PIs out of Administrative Overheads realized under Projects.

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

The following co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are conducted on regular basis apart from a compulsory credit based evaluation for all students. For each year of study there is a 4 credit course and is compulsory for all students. Students are evaluated on the basis of their participation in voluntary services, performance in games and sports, performance in literary activities, performance in cultural activities and their participation in District/Regional/State/National and International level events.In the past our students have excelled in activities at National Level, Youth Festival in International Level and have also won several awards in various Technical Events. The following activities are regularly conducted in the university and/or participated by students outside.

  • Camps and Cleanliness Drives throughout the year.
  • Special Annual Winter Camp.
  • Sports, Cultural, Literary Activities,
  • Annual Intra-Faculty and Inter-Faculty Cultural and Sports Competitions,
  • Inter-University Youth Festivals,
  • Model Market Event etc.
  • Yoga and Karate Classes for girls.
  • Celebration of National Days
  • Yoga Day
  • Teacher’s Day
  • Special events are organized on birth anniversary of renowned persons

The University organizes Cultural Activities regularly throughout the year for the all-round development of students. In addition to the compulsory component, competitions are organized at Faculty, Institute and Inter-Institute levels in different categories viz. Business & Management, Literary, Fine Arts, Dance, Dramatics and Music.

Workshop/Guestlectures/Industrial Visit

Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum. The objective of an industrial visit is to provide us an insight regarding internal working of companies. We understand that theoretical knowledge is not enough for a successful professional career. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides students a practical perspective of the work place.

Our details of Industrial visit are given below:

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Industrial visit was carried out at Central Industrial Security Force on 23 August, 2019 especially for all semester Management Department student. The main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related to Industrial security training are carried out in organization and give them feel of managers as soon as they start there course. We 40 students along with Faculty left for visit at 8:00 a.m. from university campus and took about two and half hour to cover the distance. The organization is located in C.I.S.F DEOLI (TONK District) in Rajasthan.

Institute Industry Interaction

The Institute encourages its faculty and students to interact with industry in all possible ways with the spirit of deriving mutual benefit. The major modes of interaction are listed below:

  • Professional consultancy by the faculty to industries.
  • Industrial testing by faculty & technicians at site or in laboratory.
  • Joint research programmes and field studies by faculty and people from industries.
  • Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.
  • Visits of industry executives and Managers to the Institute for seeing research work and laboratories, discussions and delivering lectures on industrial practices, trends and experiences.
  • Memoranda of Understanding between the Institute and industries to bring the two sides emotionally and strategically closer.
  • Human resource development programmes by the faculty.
  • Workshops, conferences and symposia with joint participation of the faculty and the industries.
  • Participation of experts from industry in curriculum development.
  • Projects work in industries under joint guidance of the faculty and experts from industry.
  • Short-term assignment to faculty members in industries.
  • Visiting faculty/professors from industries.
  • Professorial Chairs sponsored by industries at the Institute.
  • R&D Laboratories sponsored by industries at the Institute.
  • Scholarships/fellowships instituted by industries at the Institute for students.
  • Training of students in industries.



Few of our Alumni:


Student Name

Pass Out


Company Name 



Saksham Pareek



Kansai Nerolac

Teritory Sales Supervisor


Manish Saini



Orient Electric

Manager -Sales


Gopal Jha



Just Dial

Team Lead


Fauzia Rehan



Deutsche Bank

Business Analyst


Sagar Gupta



Yes Bank

Branch Service Partner




Business Administration

Kotak Mahindra

Asst. Manager


Nitesh Kr.



Bajaj Finance

Asst. Manager


Dinesh Sharma




Process Developer


Yash Vardhan



Nangia Traders

Asst. Manager


Dhawal Modi



Torrent Power

Financial Advisor


Abhishek Gupta




Marketing Executive


Ghasi Lal Maretha



Axis Bank

Asst. Manager- Sales

Many others.......

Photos (Events)