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The department has also organized number of FDPs and MDPs including management development programs for organizations like EMAMI and Industries Association of Uttarakhand, students are greatly benefitted with these activities wherein their mind get attuned to utilise research material in their everyday business skills.

RIPE-Rural Immersion Program through Experiential Learning

The department has introduced Rural Immersion Program, with the objective to reach out to the rural parts of the region and give the students a hands-on experience of the rural life, culture, society and economy. Under RIPE the students are sensitized towards social issues and challenges facing the rural people in India . Under this program the students interact, discuss with rural people, their problems related to skill generation, empowerment and employment. This helps them to explore business prospects and conceptualize administrative solutions to improve the situation in future, and facilitate upliftment.

Global Immersion Program:

The students of MBA of offered hands-on experience of international study culture and pedagogic practices through Global Immersion Program that enables them to visit and attend workshops, seminars and undertake internships in foreign universities and premier organizations abroad. Under this program the MBA students have visited countries like Singapore, Dubai, etc

Foreign Collaboration

The department also has international tie-up with California State University, San Bernanndio (USA) , University of Worcester(UK) and ICM(UK) . The experts from many other foreign universities and organizations visit the department for guest lectures. 90 postgraduate students of management visited many industries in Malaysia and participated in various seminars and guest lectures by eminent scholars from academia and industry. This not only had given them exposure to global business practices but has opened their mind for possible career avenue in industry and academia abroad.

Students of Department of Management studies, brought laurels, in a speech competition “Eradicate Corruption- Build a new India” organized by ONGC, Dehradun in pursuit of the vision of Govt. of India during the Vigilance Awareness week.  Students of MBA IInd Semester Ms. Mahak Sethi was announced as the winner (English) and Radha Agarwal was announced as first runner up (Hindi).  The young minds from all the departments of the university brought forward their inspiring thoughts to eradicate the corruption and the ways that would pave way, to build a new India.

Department of Management Studies conducted an Industrial Visit to Patanjali Food and Herbal Park Pvt Limited on 5th March 2019, students of  BBA II Semester, learned about the core facilities inside the Park, the production and operation process and the latest technologies used. A brief on inception process of Patanjali Food Park, its ideology and the future prospects were delivered to the students.

Department of management studies in association with SEBI and BSE conducted a  day-long workshop on “Augmenting Financial Literacy and Understanding Investment basics for the purpose of Wealth Creation”  to enlighten the students of Finance with the pivotal aspects of the financial sector along with, the career prospects in the same.   Mr. Pradeep Kumar, AGM from Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) highlighted the establishment and functioning of SEBI and threw light on how it seeks to protect the interest of the Investors. Mr. Ajeet Singh, Branch Manager of Reliance Securities Dehradun, gave the industrial insight.  Mr. Jitendra Nautiyal from BSE delivered on Technical and fundamental concepts of investment.    

Yet another feather on crown of Department of Management Studies. Tanpreet Kaur Narula, student of MBA IInd Semester, bagged “Best Paper” award in an International Conference at Chandigarh University for her research paper on "Artificial Intelligence in HR". Congratulations Tanpreet.

Group Discussion is a modern method of assessing students’ personality. It is both a technique and an art and a comprehensive tool to judge the worthiness of the student and his appropriateness for the job.  Group discussion plays vital role in understanding the topic. Discussing a topic with friends or classmates helps in learning the topic with perfection. 

Discussion on a topic involves sharing and learning by the participants which equally benefits all the participants.  Students not only got an opportunity to showcase their oratory skills but also to satisfy their intellectual and logical quest by expressing and sharing opinions.  Students were made to discuss on fact based topics, abstract topics and current affairs like “Mee Too” & Sec 497 etc.

Students were trained on problem solving ability. Even if the discussion doesn’t amount to a specific solution in the end, students will have used the mind to at least steer the discussion to a possible solution. This marks an effect on the ability to build an objective thinking which is essential in solving problems.    


As an endeavor to enrich students’ knowledge and skills, various activities like Presentations, Extempore, Group Discussions, Resume Writing etc were conducted by the Department.


The session started with a brief on the importance of effective presentation skills and its practical use in our everyday life. Students were divided into teams and given a topic. The topics were chosen from a renowned book by the highly influential Management Guru Steven Covey- “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”. The seven habits are: Be Proactive, Begin with End in mind, Put First things First, Seek to understand then be understood, Think Win-Win, Synergize, Sharpen your Saw.                                                                                                                    

These habits were giving to teams as their Presentation topics. This choice of topics served two purposes - it encouraged students to do worthwhile reading and exposed them to inspirational and aspirational values. During the session, students were motivated to read the book and align themselves to universal and timeless principles of character. This session was helpful in introducing the ‘inside-out’ approach.




The Tagore, literary Club of Department of Management Studies organized a debate competition.

The aspiring management students debated on that “Social media is a boon or a bane?”  and “Should kids be allowed to participate in the reality shows?”

The topic of debate was full of energy and evoked the students to come forward and add on their views and opinions. The participants, armed with statistics and data made their arguments more emphatic with their righteous facial expressions and voice modulation.

It created a great platform for the students to showcase their oratory skills and to satisfy their intellectual and logical quest by bouncing ideas off each other. This initiative resulted in boosting the students’ morale and resulting to highly confident youngsters to face the tuff corporate world.

The event was graced with the presence of HOD, Management Department and all faculty members and judged by Prof Sachin Ghai and Mr Nitin Mohan Arya.