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ABOUT THE SCHOOL

IEC School of Business Management offers both UG & PG courses in Management. Both the programs have industry oriented curriculum. The School aims at developing student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate mix of business and general education. The various activities in the forms of Seminars guest Lectures, PD & GD classes, Communication Lab & project work help the student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for becoming a successful manager. The School’s objective is to produce up-to-date, assertive and effective executives for business and other organizations.

IEC School of Business Management is founded with the aim to teach our students how to be innovative contributors to society, as well as competent appliers of tools, and to develop their talent to achieve lasting success over a lifelong career. We teach students to think of creating value for their organizations, their communities, and the world.

We strive to teach the broader picture of the organization, as well as the organization’s and the individuals place in the larger society. Along with teaching functional and industry-specific skills, we also explore the ethical, global, and social responsibility considerations of managerial decisions.IEC University faculty members have a very collaborative spirit, and that’s reflected in both our research and in the classroom. We team teach a lot of classes to bring a range of expertise into the room.


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MESSAGE OF DEAN

Dear Student,

The objective of IEC School of Business Management is to impart quality education in the field of management. Its faculty strives to equip young people to make meaningful contributions to an economy that is increasingly becoming a significant entity in the global area.

Department’s vision has been to excel in the field of management education. This can largely be attributed to the periodic redefining of its mission to align itself with the changing times, while maintaining focus on social responsiveness. This is being achieved using a judicious mix of faculty having substantial academic and industry experience as well as young faculty members having a flair for teaching.

Students in the management department are provided with the best possible enabling environment that must be expected from the corporate with the curricula that can be benchmarked with the leading institutions in the field. IEC uses rigorous and intensive integrated teaching methods to prepare the students to take up business and managerial positions in any environment. Through innovative techniques we aim to provide our students with a foray of creativity and out of the box thinking. We understand the competitive levels along with the need for adaptation to the fast paced corporate world, and strive to prepare our students accordingly.

I am confident that our “Valuable education with intensive techniques” will help to create tomorrow’s ready to use managers.

Best Wishes

Dean, School of Business Management

FACULTY

Sr. No Name Designation Highest Qualification Experience Achievements Photo
1 Esha Bansal H.O.D BMBA, UGC NET, B.Sc, DBF 9 Years 4 Publications 7 conferences Universities in Shimla
2 Dr. Pawan Kumar Asstt Prof Ph.D, MBA, M.Com, B.Com 11 Years 11 Publications, 6 Presentations top university in solan
3 Mr. Pravin Misra Asstt Prof MBA, B.Sc (Medical) 26 Years 5 Presentations top university for mba
4 Ms. Bela Thakur Asstt Prof MPM, B.Sc ( Medical) 8 Years 4 Publications, 1 Presentation top placement university in haryana
5 Mr. Virender Thakur Asstt Prof MPM, B.Sc ( Medical)Ph.D (Pursuing), UGC NET, MBA, MCA, B.Sc 5 Years 4 Publications, 1 Presentation top placement university in haryana

RESEARCH PAPERS BY FACULTY

Dr. Pawan Kumar
  1. “Impact of Disinvestment on Operational efiiciency and Financial Position of selected public sector undertakings.” International Journal and Bulletin of Multidisciplinary Research ISSN 2319-8400 VOL.3, Issue 2. May 2014
  2. “Impact of Disinvestment on profitability of Selected Sector Public Enterprises”.International journal of reviews, surveys and research . Volume 3 issue 2 may 2014.
  3. “Retailing in India and Factors in Marketing Strategy Decision”. Published in Edited books in Annual conference organized by GJU Science and Technology University Hissar as on 19 to 21th march 2009.
  4. ”Obstacles and Progress of Disinvestments in India since 1991”Published in Management in Govt, july-sept 2009 p.13. DISINVESTMENTS IN INDIA - (A ASSESSMENT OF POLICY AND PROGRESS OF DISINVESTMENT SINCE 1991 TO 2007-08) Journal of global research and analysis vol,1 2012
  5. Managing E-Waste in India- A Review – South Asian academic research journal vol .1 JULY 2012
  6. Organized Retail sector: Future, Challenges and Opportunities in India- International Journal of Computing and Business Research. ISSN: 2229-6166. Volume 4 Issue 1 January 2013
  7. Risk management in Banks – (ALM) Published in International journal of computing and Business research. Vol. 4, Issue 2 ,May 2013.
  8. Productivity and Profitability of SBI & Its associates - International Journal of Computing and Business Research. ISSN: 2229-6166.Volume 3. Issue 1 January 2012.
  9. Capital structure analysis of Indian auto mobile industry, International Journal of Computing and Business Research. ISSN: 2229-6166.Volume 3. Issue 1 January 2012
  10. FDI in retail sector was inevitable? – International Journal and Bulletin of Multidisciplinary Research ISSN 2319-8400 VOL.2, Issue 2. May 2013

Paper Presentations:
  1. “Foreign Direct Investment in Retail Sector in India” G.N Khalsa college Karnal feb 18, 2006.
  2. “Foreign Direct Investment in India” D.A.V college Pehowa Nov 18-19, 2009 “Disinvestment in India” D.A.V college Pehowa
  3. “Stress at work place-A Review Article” SA-IMT Ambala City 9th feb 2008.
  4. “corporate social responsibility and human rights in india – Govt college Barwala Panchkula 24th feb 2012
  5. Measurement and management of liquidity risk Shri atma jain –IMT Ambala city 6-8 th nov 2009
  6. FDI in single brand and multibrand in india B.A.R.Janta College Kaul Kaithal March 2013.


Ms. Esha Bansal
  1. Esha Bansal, Bela Thakur, “Insurance Industry: Impact of FDI in Insurance in India”, Journal of Global Research & Analysis, December 2015, Vol 4(2), ISSN No. 2278-6775, pg. no. 76
  2. Bela Thakur, Esha Bansal, “ Maternity Leave Benefit: Comparative Analysis of Maternity Leave Benefit in India & UK”, Joural of Global Research & Analysis, Vol 4(2), ISSN No. 2278-6775, Pg. No. 86 Paper Presentations:
  3. Presented paper at National Seminar on Management: Data, Information & Systems on “Study of Enterprise Resource Planning in SME” at Shree Ram Mulkh Institute of Management & Technology.
  4. Presented paper at National Seminar on Agriculture: The Backbone of Indian Economy” on “Comparative Study of Agriculture Sector & Commodity Market” at Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Mullana.
  5. Presented paper at National Seminar on Institutional Planning & Qualitative Development in Higher Education on “Constituents of an Effective Institutional Planning” at PG Government College for Girls, Sector-42, Chandigarh.
  6. Presented paper at National Seminar on Institutional Planning & Qualitative Development in Higher Education on “Academic Excellence & Institutional Effectiveness” at PG Government College for Girls, Sector-42, Chandigarh.
  7. Presented paper at National Conference on “Managing growth in the era of Global Pressures-2012” on “Regulation of Micro Finance-An Analysis” at Galaxy Global Group of Institutions.
  8. Presented paper at National Conference on “Managing growth in the era of Global Pressures-2012” on “Investment option for Retail Investors: A Comparative Study of MNC’s Mutual Funds V/s Indian Mutual Funds” at Galaxy Global Group of Institutions.
  9. Participated in National Conference on “ issues & Challenges in Contemporary Worls-2015” at IEC University.
  10. Undergone training at Management Development Programme on “Personality Development” conducted by MSME, Karnal at E-Max Group of Institutions.
  11. Undergone training at Staff Development Programme on “Research Methodology” Conducted by AICTE at MM University.
  12. Undergone Staff Training Programme on “ Skill Development Programme” conducted BY NITTTR, Chandigarh.


Ms. Bela Thakur
  1. Esha Bansal, Bela Thakur, “Insurance Industry: Impact of FDI in Insurance in India”, Journal of Global Research & Analysis, December 2015, Vol 4(2), ISSN No. 2278-6775, pg. no. 76
  2. Bela Thakur, Esha Bansal, “ Maternity Leave Benefit: Comparative Analysis of Maternity Leave Benefit in India & UK”, Joural of Global Research & Analysis, Vol 4(2), ISSN No. 2278-6775, Pg. No. 86
  3. Participated in National conference on Issues and challenges in Contemporary World 2015 on December 26th& 27th at IEC university, Baddi
  4. Attended Five Day workshop on “Skill Development” organized by NITTTR Chandigarh
  5. Attended Five Days workshops on “Effective Teaching “ organized by NITTTR Chandigarh


Mr. Virender Singh Thakur
  1. Intellectual Capital: Its effect on financial performance of Indian public and private sector banks.
    April 2016, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, April 2016, Vol. V, issue III, ISSN 2278-2540, IJLTEMAS Impact Factor: 2.115.
  2. BSE SME Exchange and NSE EMERGE Exchange Platforms in India and a comparison between them.
    March 2016, International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science, March 2016, Vol. V, issue III, ISSN 2278-2540, IJLTEMAS Impact Factor: 2.115.
  3. Credit Rationing: The efforts by government of Himachal Pradesh to reduce the effects on SMEs.
    March 2016, International Journal of Business Management and Scientific Research, March 2016, Vol. 15, ISSN-2394-6636, Impact Factor: 1.125.
  4. Credit rationing: A review paper on financial schemes to SMEs in Himachal Pradesh, Government Credit, Collateral and Effects.
    June 2015, Journal of Global Research & Analysis, June 2015, Vol. 4(1), RNI-HARENG/2012/59126, ISSN-2278-6775.


Mr. Pravin Misra
  1. Presented a Research Paper on “Social Responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship” in National Seminar on “Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics” held on 4th and 5th June, 2011 in Rajkiya Kanya Mahavidhalya, (RKMV), Shimla.
  2. National Seminar on “Economic Liberalization: Effects And Challenges” held in H.P. University on 11th & 12th November, 2011.
  3. Presented a Research Paper on “Effects Of Internationalisation On Small & Medium Entrepreneurs (Smes) –TheMost Vibrant & Potential Growth Segment In India” in National Seminar on “Economic Liberalization: Effects And Challenges” held in H.P. University on 11th & 12th November, 2011.
  4. National Seminar on “ Women Empowerment: Contemporary Concerns” in H.P. Institute of Management Studies, Shimla held on 10th & 11th 2011
  5. Presented a Research Paper on “ Women as Entrepreneurs in India” in National Seminar on “ Women Empowerment: Contemporary Concerns” in H.P. Institute of Management Studies, Shimla held on 10th & 11th 2011

COURSES OFFERED

  • Bachelor of Business Administration ( BBA.)

    Duration : 3 Years (Full-time-Regular)
    Annual Intake : 60
    Eligibility criteria: Minimum aggregate of 45% or equivalent in 10+2 from a recognized Board with Science/Commerce/Arts subjects.
  • Master of Business Administration ( MBA.)

    Duration : 2 Years (Full-time-Regular)
    Annual Intake : 60
    Eligibility criteria: Minimum aggregate of 50% or equivalent in Graduation from a recognized University along with a valid rank in CAT/MAT/XAT/CMAT/HPCET.
  • Ph.D. in Management

    Annual Intake:01
    Eligibility Criteria: 55% in PG Followed by entrance test, CSIR/NET/JRF/SLET or M.Phil are exempted from entrance test.

PAST ACTIVITIES

  • Art Exhibition on Eve of Basant Panchmi
  • Management fest at intra department level.
  • Industrial Visit at MNCs.
  • Seminar by eminent personalities.
  • Workshop for UGC-NET Aspirants.

INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES

  • Extensive Digital Library:

    Over 30,000 books, 100 journals and magazines on different subjects. Beautifully designed and with a seating capacity to accommodate 200 students has cubicles for faculty and research students Has subsription to national & internationale-journals like IEEE/IEE, springer, ACM, ASCE Emrald Management Xtra through membership of INDEST Consortia of Indian Institute of Technology,Dehli. An active member of Developing Liabrary Network (DELNET) for resource sharing. Photocopying, scanning & printing services within the liabrary building.

  • Computing Facilities:

    250 Pentium IV workstations runnning on Windows 2003, Windows XP Pro, Linux and SCO Unix. All classrooms and offices equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line Classroom and conference room fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Computer lab with 600 system for common purpose. All departments using CAD and CAM. Separate computer lab for each school and department with specialised software.



Wi fi Enabled Campus & Modern Classroom:
  • Ours is a w ifi enabled campus enabling uninterrupted access to high speed internet 24*7.
  • Modern classrooms.
  • Outfitted with the latest technology
  • Spacious classrooms
  • Equipped with all the necessary presentation facilities and also have video conferencing facility.
  • All classroom and offices are equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line.
  • Every classroom and conference room is fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN . Lectures are typically augments by multimedia.

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

SEMESTER I

Course

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max Marks

Cr

Sr. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

( Per week)

T

P

Sessional Marks

MSE

CA

P

Total

ESE

ECO-101

Micro Economics

4

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4

BBA-102

Business Organization

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

COM-101

Fundamental of Accounting

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

ENG-101

Professional Communication

3

0

0

30

15

0

45

30

75

3

FC101

Fundamentals of Computer & PC Software

3

0

0

30

15

0

45

30

75

3

MATH-102

Mathematics-I

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

EVS-101

Environmental Sciences &

Technology*

3

0

0

40

20

60

40

100

3

ENG-101P

Professional Communication Lab

0

0

2

15

15

10

25

1

FC-101 P

Fundamentals of Computer & PC Software

0

0

2

15

15

10

25

1

Total

24

3

4

260

130

30

420

280

700

27.5

SEMESTER II

Course

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max Marks

Cr

Sr. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

(Per Week)

T

P

Sessional Marks

MSE

CA

P

Total

ESE

ECO-102

Macro Economics

4

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4

BBA-201

Principles of Management

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-202

Analysis of Financial Statements

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

ENG-201

Oral & Written Communication

3

0

0

30

15

0

45

30

75

3

BBA-203

Basics of Human Resource Management

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

MATH-302

Business Statistics

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-204

Comprehensive Viva*

0

0

0

50

50

0

ENG-201P

Oral & Written Communication Lab

0

0

2

15

15

10

25

1

Total

22

4

2

230

115

15

360

290

650

25

SEMESTER III

Course

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max Marks

Cr

Sr. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

(Per Week)

T

P

Sessional Marks

MSE

CA

P

Total

ESE

BBA-301

Micro Business Environment

4

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4

MATH-202

Mathematics II

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-303

Management & Financial accounting

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-304

Business Regulatory Framework

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-305

Basics of Marketing Management

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-306

Understanding Human Behavior

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-391

Seminar*

0

0

0

50

50

0

Total

22

5

0

240

120

0

360

290

650

24.5

SEMESTER IV

Course

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max Marks

Cr

Sr. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

(Per Week)

T

P

Sessional Marks

MSE

CA

P

Total

ESE

BBA-401

Macro Business Environment

4

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4

BBA-402

Fundamentals of Production & Operations Management

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-403

Cost Accountancy

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-404

Fundamentals of Management Information System

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-405

Fundamental of Research Methodology

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-406

Total Quality Management

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-407

Comprehensive Viva *

0

0

0

50

50

0

22

5

0

240

120

0

360

290

650

24.5

* No grades will be given in non credit courses. Only S & US will be given.

Note:-The students are required to undergo 6 to 8 weeks training in company /organization of high repute. The students must obtain approval of the University before going for his /her training. On completion each student will be required to submit training report not exceeding 70-80 pages which shall be evaluated in the Fifth Semester.

SEMESTER V

Course

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max. Marks

Cr

Sr. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

(Per Week)

T

P

Sessional Marks

MSE

CA

P

Total

ESE

BBA-501

Principle of Retailing

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-502

Export Procedure & Documentation

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-503

Performance Management & appraisal

3

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3

BBA-504

Principle of Banking

3

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3

COM 304

Corporate Law

4

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4

BBA-506

Training Report

2

0

0

100

100

2

BBA-591

Seminar & Viva Voce *

0

0

0

50

50

0

Total

17

4

0

200

100

0

300

350

650

19

* No grades will be given in non credit courses. Only S & US will be given.

SEMESTER VI

Course

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max Marks

Cr

Sr. No.

Subject Code

Subject Name

L

(Per Week)

T

P

Sessional Marks

MSE

CA

P

Total

ESE

BBA-601

Market research & Consumer Behavior

4

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

4.5

BBA-602

Principles of Insurance

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-603

Introduction to financial systems

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

BBA-604

Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

BBA-605

Research report

2

0

0

100

100

2

BBA-691

Seminar*

0

0

0

50

50

0

BBA-606

Comprehensive Viva Voce *

0

0

0

50

50

0

Total

14

4

0

160

80

0

240

360

600

16

* No grades will be given in non credit courses. Only S & US will be given.

Maximum Marks (Year-i)

Maximum Marks (Year -ii)

MAXIMUM MARKS

(yEAR-III)

grand total of 3 years

Credits

Total

1350

1300

1250

3900

136.5



MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

SEMESTER I

Sr. No

Course Code

Name of Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max. Marks

Credits

L*1

T*0.5

P*0.5

Sessional Marks

ESE

L*1 + T*0.5 + P*0.5

MSE

CA

P

Total

Exam Marks

1

MGT-701

Principles and Practices of Management

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

2

MGT-702

Managerial Economics

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

3

MGT-703

Statistics & Probability

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

4

MGT-704

Business Environment

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

5

MGT-705

Accounting & Financial Analysis

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

6

MGT-706

Computer Applications in Management

1

0

0

30

15

0

45

30

75

1

7

ENG-701

Business Communication

2

0

0

30

15

0

45

30

75

2

SEMINAR/PROJECT

1

MGT-791

Seminar

0

0

2

50

50

1

2

MGT-706P

Computer Applications in Management Lab

0

0

2

15

15

10

25

1

2

ENG-701P

Business Communication Lab

0

0

1

15

15

10

25

0.5

Total

17

5

5

260

130

30

420

330

750

22

SEMESTER II

Sr. No

Course Code

Name of Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max. Marks

Credits

L*1

T*0.5

P*0.5

Sessional marks

ESE

L*1 + T*0.5 + P*0.5

MSE

CA

P

Total

Exam Marks

1

MGT-801

Operation Research

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

2

MGT-802

Organization Behaviour

3

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3

3

MGT-803

Human Resource Management

3

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3

4

MGT-804

Marketing Management

3

0

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3

5

MGT-805

Financial Management

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

6

MGT-806

Research Methodology

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

7

MGT-807

Production & operations Management

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

SEMINAR/PROJECT

1

MGT-808

Comprehensive viva Voce*

0

0

0

50

50

0

Total

18

4

0

280

140

0

420

330

750

20

* No grades will be given in Non Credit Courses, only S & US will be given.


SEMESTER III

Sr. No

Course Code

Name of Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max. Marks

Credits

L*1

T*0.5

P*0.5

Sessional Marks

ESE

L*1 + T*0.5 + P*0.5

MSE

CA

P

Total

Exam Marks

1

MGT-901

Strategic Management

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

2

MGT-902

Legal Aspects of Business

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

3

MGT-903

Management Information System

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

4

Specialization Group 1

Elective 1

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

5

Specialization Group 1

Elective 2

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

6

Specialization Group 1

Elective

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

7

Specialization Group 2

Elective 1

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

8

Specialization Group 2

Elective 2

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

1

MGT-991

Summer Training Report

0

0

2

50

50

1

2.

MGT-992

Seminar*

0

0

0

50

50

0

Total

24

8

0

320

160

0

480

420

900

29

SEMESTER IV

Sr. No

Course Code

Name of Subject

Periods

Evaluation Scheme

Max. Marks

Credits

L*1

T*0.5

P*0.5

ESE

L*1 + T*0.5 + P*0.5

MSE

CA

P

Total

Exam marks

1

MGT-1001

Entrepreneurship Development

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

2

MGT-1002

Supply chain management

2

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

2.5

3

Specialization Group -1

Elective 1*

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

4

Specialization Group -1

Elective 2*

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

5

Specialization Group -1

Elective 3*

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

6

Specialization Group -2

Elective 1*

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

7

Specialization Group -2

Elective 2*

3

1

0

40

20

0

60

40

100

3.5

SEMINAR/VIVA/PROJECTS

1

MGT-1091

Research Project Report & Seminar

0

0

2

100

100

1

2.

MGT-1092

Comprehensive Viva-voce

0

0

0

50

50

0

Total

19

7

2

280

140

0

420

430

850

23.5

LIST OF ELECTIVE PAPERS

It is compulsory for all students to opt for 3 subjects out of 4 subjects in Specialization Group I & 2subject out of 4 subjects in Specialization Group 2 in Semester III & IV of credit 3.5 (3+1+0) each.

Specialization Group: Marketing Management

Course Code
Third Semester
MKT 901 Marketing Research
MKT 902 Sales & Advertisement Management
MKT 903 Retail Marketing
MKT 904 Consumer Behaviour

Fourth Semester
MKT 1001 Industrial Marketing & Brand Management
MKT 1002 Service Marketing
MKT 1003 Rural & Agricultural Marketing
MKT 1004 International Marketing & Strategy

Specialization Group: Financial Management

Course Code
Third Semester
FM 901 Foreign Exchange Management
FM 902 Management of Working Capital
FM 903 Security Analysis and Investment Management
FM 904 Management of Financial Institutions

Fourth Semester
FM 1001 Management of Financial Services
FM 1002 Financial Derivatives
FM 1003 Project Management
FM 1004 Portfolio Management

Specialization Group : Human Resource

Course Code
Third Semester
HR 901 Organization Change & Intervention Strategies
HR 902 Performance Management & Appraisal
HR 903 Labour Law-I
HR 904 Management Training & Development

Fourth Semester
HR 1001 Management of Industrial relations.
HR 1002 Compensation Management
HR 1003 Labour Law-II
HR 1004 Human Resource Development: Strategies & Systems

Ph.D. IN MANAGEMENT

Sr. No

Course Code

Course

Periods

Max Marks

Credits

L

( Per week)

T

P

1

PHDM-101

Course-I Research Methodology

3

0

0

100

3

2

PHDM-102

Course II (Ph.D Candidates are required to opt one of the following courses depending upon their field of specialization)

Accounting & Finance

3

0

0

100

3

Human Resource Management

3

0

0

100

3

Marketing Management

3

0

0

100

3

3

PHDM-103

Course III -Seminar (on research Methodology)

0

0

2

100

1

4

PHDM-104

Course IV- Seminar (on specialization)

0

0

2

100

1

Grand Total

400

8

CAREER OPTIONS

  • Project Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Budget Analyst
  • Finance Officer
  • Financial Manage
  • Financial Planner
  • Investment Banker
  • Branding Specialist
  • Advertising Executive
  • Public Relations Specialist,
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Human Resource Manager

Infrastructure & Facilities

Extensive Digital Library:

Over 30,000 books, 100 journals and magazines on different subjects. Beautifully designed and with a seating capacity to accommodate 200 students has cubicles for faculty and research students Has subsription to national & internationale-journals like IEEE/IEE, springer, ACM, ASCE Emrald Management Xtra through membership of INDEST Consortia of Indian Institute of Technology,Dehli. An active member of Developing Liabrary Network (DELNET) for resource sharing. Photocopying, scanning & printing services within the liabrary building.

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Computing Facilities:

250 Pentium IV workstations runnning on Windows 2003, Windows XP Pro, Linux and SCO Unix. All classrooms and offices equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line Classroom and conference room fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Computer lab with 600 system for common purpose. All departments using CAD and CAM. Separate computer lab for each school and department with specialised software.

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Canteen:

  • Multi- cuisine canteen
  • Spread over an area of 10,000 square feet
  • Can accommodate 400 students
  • Modern cooking appliances

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Hostel & Transportation:

  • Off campus hostel for both boys & girls
  • Pick & drop facility
  • Fleet of 20 buses

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Wi fi Enabled Campus & Modern Classroom:

Ours is a w ifi enabled campus enabling uninterrupted access to high speed internet 24*7.

  • Modern classrooms.
  • Outfitted with the latest technology
  • Spacious classrooms
  • Equipped with all the necessary presentation facilities and also have video conferencing facility.
  • All classroom and offices are equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line.
  • Every classroom and conference room is fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN . Lectures are typically augmentes by multimedia.

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List of Faculty at IEC University

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3 Devendra Rai Assistance Professor MBA , B.Tech Click Here Click Here
4 Bela Thakur Assistance Professor Master of Personal Management , B.Sc (Medical) Click Here Click Here
5 Kanika Sharma Assistance Professor MBA , B.Sc (Biotech) Click Here Click Here
6 Kuldeep Bartariya Assistance Professor MBA , B.Sc Click Here Click Here
7 Mrs. Maneesha Assistance Professor MBA , B.Com Click Here Click Here
8 Virendra Singh Thakur Assistance Professor MBA ,B.Sc SAP (ABAP) Click Here Click Here
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Vijay Kumar
Department of Computer Science & Applications
IEC University Baddi (H.P).

International Journals

  1. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “Proposed New Mechanism to Detect and Defend the Malicious Attackers in AODV”, ACSIJ Advances in Computer Science: an International Journal, Volume 2, 2013 – May 2013 Issue, No. 201, (pg 1-6), ISSN : 2322-5157(Iran).
  2. Neetu Kawatra and Vijay Kumar “EFFECT OF PAUSE TIME AND NODES MOBILTY SPEED ON AODV AND DSR IN MANET”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 3, Issue 10, October-2012, ISSN 2229-5518 (USA).
  3. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Sharma, Ashwani Kush “EFFECT OF MALICIOUS NODES ON AODV IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS”, International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research ISSN 2278-733X, Vol. 1 Issue 3 October 2012.
  4. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “WORM SECURE PROTOCOL FOR WORMHOLE PROTECTION IN AODV ROUTING PROTOCOL”, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975–8887) Volume 44 – No.4, April 2012 (USA).
  5. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “DETECTION AND RECOVERY OF MALICIOUS NODE IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering , Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2012, ISSN: 2277 128X. (India)
  6. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “A NEW SCHEME FOR SECURED ON DEMAND ROUTING”, International Institute for Science, Technology and Education ( IISTE), Network and Complex Systems ISSN 2224-610X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0603 (Online) Vol 2, No.2, 2012. (USA)
  7. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Sharma, “BEHAVIORAL STUDY OF DYNAMIC ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR MANET”, International Journal of Computing and Business Research ISSN (Online): 2229-6166, Volume 2 Issue 2, May 2011 (India).
  8. Vijay Kumar, Bharat Bhushan, “ANANYTICAL EVALUATION OF PROTOCOLS AODV AND DSR”, JM International Journal of Information Technology, ISSN 2229-6115, Jan 2011. (India)

International Conferences

  1. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, presented and published a paper titled “CHARACTERISTICS OF DSR AND AODV IN CONGESTED NETWORKS” in an International Conference on “Advances in Modeling, Optimization and computing” held on 5-7 December,2011, at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee India, ISBN 81-86224-71-2.
  2. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Sharma and Ashwani Kush, presented and published a paper titled “KEY AUTHENTICATION FOR MANET SECURITY” in an International Conference on “High Performance Architecture & Grid Computing” held on 19-20 July, 2011 at Chitkara University, Punjab. A. Mantri et al. (Eds.): HPAGC 2011, CCIS 169, pp. 504–511, 2011 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011.
  3. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush published a paper titled, “EFFECT OF PACKET SIZE AND BANDWIDTH ON MANET ROUTING”, Statistics 2011 Canada, 5th Canadian Conference in Applied Statistics, July 1-4, 2011 Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  4. Vijay Kumar, presented and published a paper titled “EVALUATION OF SECURITY CONCERNS OF MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS” in an International Conference on “Reliability Infocom Technology and Optimization” from 1st November 2010 to 3rd November 2010 at Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.

National Conferences

  1. Vijay Kumar, Amita Sharma (MCA 4th Sem.) presented and published a paper titled “ Introduction of Digital Signal, at “Futuristic Approach to Ethical Hacking & Network Security: Key Concerns” Sponsored by Director General Higher Education Haryana, held on 11th Febuary2014, at Ch. Ishwar Singh Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Fatehpur-Pundri (Kaithal).
  2. Vijay Kumar and Ashwani Kush presented and published a paper titled “EFFECT OF MOBILITY AREA ON MANET” in National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Computer Industry” on 10th March 2012 at Sanatan Dharma College (Lahore) Ambala Cantt. (Haryana).
  3. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Kumar and Ashwani Kush presented and published a paper titled “EFFECT OF NODE TRANSMISSION RANGE ON MANET ROUTING” ” in National Workshop-Cum-Conference on Recent Trends in Mathematics and Computing (RTMC) 2011 Proceedings published in International Journal of Computer Applications® (IJCA) on 26th Nov. 2011 at Poornima Group of Institutions, Jaipur (Rajsthan), ISBN 978-93-803118-3-8.
  4. Neetu Kawatra, Vijay Kumar presented and published a paper titled “ Analysis of E-Commerce Security Protocols SSL and SET” in National Workshop-Cum-Conference on Recent Trends in Mathematics and Computing (RTMC) 2011 Proceedings published in International Journal of Computer Applications® (IJCA) on 26th Nov. 2011 at Poornima Group of Institutions, Jaipur (Rajsthan), ISBN 978-93-803118-3-8.
  5. Vijay Kumar and Ashwani Kush presented and published a paper titled “EFFECT OF PACKET SIZE ON MANET ROUTING” in National Conference on “Mathematics and Computing RTMC’ 11” on 21st May 2011 at The Technology Institute of Textile & Sciences Bhiwani, (Haryana).
  6. Bharat Bhushan and Vijay Kumar presented and published a paper titled “NETWORK SIMULATORS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY” in a UGC SPONSORORED National Conference on “PROSPECTUS OF IT: 2020” from 14 September 2010 to 15 September, 2010 at Hindu Girls College, Jagadhari (Haryana).
  7. Vijay Kumar, presented and published a paper titled “MANET SECURITY ANALYSIS” in a UGC SPONSORORED National Conference on “Emerging Trends In Information Technology” August 28th, 2010 at DOABA College, Jalandhar (Punjab).
  8. Vijay Kumar presented and published a paper titled “A REVIEW OF ADHOC NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOLS”, in a

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Workshops Attended

  1. Attended Three Days Workshop on “Faculty Development Program on Research Methodology & Statistical Analysis in Collaboration with IBM”, at Graphic Era Hill University, Dehradub – Uttranchal, 21st to 23rd June 2012.
  2. Attended Three Days Workshop on “Network Simulation using NS2”, at Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Kochi – Kerla, 26th to 28th April 2011.
  3. Attended Two Days Workshop on “Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)”, at National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, Himachal Pardesh, 12th to 13th Febuary 2011.
  4. Attended Two Days Workshop on “Wireless Networks & NS2 Training”, at Meenakshi College of Engineering, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 3rd to 4th December, 2010.
  5. Attended Short Course on “OFDM Based Next Generation Wireless Standards”, at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pardesh, 17th to 19th May, 2010.
  6. Attended National Workshop on “Emerging Machine Learning Techniques In Bioinformatics”, at National Diary Research Institute, Karnal, Haryana, 17th to 19th December, 2009.

Manisha
School of Business Management
IEC University Baddi (H.P).

  1. Paper Published in Indian Journal of Management Science (ISSN: 2249-0280, EISSN: 2231-279X, Impact Factor (GIF): 0.376) on “Ground breaking actions in the organizations” in Jan. 2014, Volume IV, Issue– 1.
  2. Paper Presented in National Seminar on Gender Sensitization on Legal Rights of Women on Topic “Domestic Brutality: Wickedness” held in GMN (PG) College, Ambala Cantt on 26-27th March 2010.
  3. Paper Presented in National Conference on Service Management NCSM’ 09 on Topic “E-Commerce & Service Industry: Next of Kin” held in Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management & Technology, Jagadhri on 9th May 2009.
  4. Participated in two day Workshop on Alternative Therapies- Yoga and Naturopathy for Complete Health held in D.A.V. College for Girls, Yamuna Nagar from 19th to 20th April. 2008.
  5. Participated in International Seminar on 1857 in Literary Imagination (UGC Sponsored) held in D.A.V. College for Girls, Yamuna Nagar from 22nd to 24th Dec. 2007.

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