Department of Management Studies

 

List of Activities (2017-18)

 

Certificate Course (2017-18)

Name of the Course

Photography

Name of the Coordinators

Mrs.L.V.Kamala Devi  Asst. prof.
Department of Commerce
Mrs.V.Achutamba lecturer
Department of Management Studies

Name of the trainers

Aman Kumar Sharma  from BSC (Bt.G.C III year)&Gaurav Paul (MBA I year)

Course Description: The college has introduced Certificate Course in the Academic Year 2017-18. The first Course which was taken up is photography where in 17 students have registered. The main objective of the course is to train students on the basics and tricks of professional photography and to create awareness in the career aspects of the field.
The course duration is 32 hours including theory and practical’s were the syllabus includes introduction of various genres of photography

 

 

 

 

                Course syllabus

How camera works (mobile, DSLR, bridge camera)
Framing and angle
Composition of an imagein street photography
Landscapes and architecture
Portraits
Astro photography
Basic post processing
Equipment and handling
Understanding colour composition in portraits
Long exposure
Small hacks and tricks in mobile phone
Use of natural  light in various genres of photography
Travel photography

 

 

 

The students are evaluated by conducting a theory and practical examination of 50 marks and they are felicitated with the certificates by giving grades based on the percentage secured in the below manner.

Percentage secured

Grade

Above 80%

A+

70-80%

A

Below 70%

B

 

Programmes conducted by the Department (2017-18)

S No

Name of the Programme/Event

Date

Theme/
Topic

Chief Guest

Brief Details

1

 

National Seminar

26th August 2017

GST

Mr.Abhishek Agarwal, CA

The event was organized by Department of management Studies and Commerce .The seminar was organized for only students. Huge number of students from various colleges have participated in the event.

2

 

Orientation For MBA students

August 30th 2017

Orientation

Dr. Nandita Das

An orientation programme was organized to The new batch of MBA students who were warmly welcomed by the Faculty of Management department and had many activities like guest lectures and games

 

S No

Name of the Programme/Event

Date

Theme/
Topic

Chief Guest

Brief Details

1

Medha  for MBA

March 9th 2018

MBA Fest

Mr.P.V.Raghu, Vice President & Executive Director, First American India.

The Department of Management studies of Bhavan’s Vivekananda College , Sainikpuri , organised an Inter-collegiate Management Meet Medha 2018 - “Exploring India’s Potential-Unleashing Global Economy  on 9th March 2018, which was a professional event aimed to bring out the inherent talents of the potential young budding managers. It was an ideal platform for the students to showcase their managerial skills and to enhance their knowledge base in a professional environment.
The event was successful with a large number of participants for various formal events such as Marketynh Trigger, Smart Recruiter, Price the Pump, Head Honco, Business Impressario, Wizbiz, and informal events such as Bhavan’s Premier League, Treasure Prowl, MotoCross, Papery Rhumba, Wordsworth and many more. The winners were awarded with attractive cash prizes and mementoes.

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Abhyas Valedictory

20th February

 

 

Abhyas club of department of Management studies conducted the valedictory on 20th February 2018 @ 4pm at the seminar hall. The valedictory ceremony begun with a small video with all the memorable pictures gathered during the journey of Abhyas. The Abhyas report was read by one of the student. Principal Prof. Y.Ashok shared his views and gave best wishes to the abhyas club members. Later, all the winners and Co-ordinators of abhyas club were awarded with trophy’s and mementos. The event came to end with an overwhelming experience.

 

 

Guest Lectures/Workshops/Seminars (2017-18)

S No

Speaker

Date

Theme/Topic

Any other Details

1

Naveen Kumar

8th Feb 2018

Marketing in Service Sectors and Hospital sector

Marketing Manager - citizen Hospital

2

RamvarunLakaraju

22nd Feb 2018

Digital marketing

Marketing Manager -Stumacz

 

Magazine/Wall Magazine

Name:Name:SAMVRIDHI-Beyond the halls of IVY released on 28th November 2015
Brief Details: It is the official newsletter of the ABHYAS Club. As the name suggests the newsletter has grown leaps and bounds. It’s a combined effort of all the students which consists of articles on-
Samvridhi, Beyond The Halls Of Ivy. Bhavans Vivekananda Degree College’s Management Department’s online business newsletter was first started on 28th September, 2015 and is released every quarter.
The quarterly business newsletter provides insight into all the contemporary affairs, views, opinions and suggestions under one themed compilation of work put forth by the student body themselves.
Right from its infancy, samvridhi has seen peaks of success every edition. Right from, a small family of work diversifying into large number, input of talent and coordinating the varied opinions, it has pulled itself in great esteem.
The March, 2017 edition “AI V/S HI” was an attempt made to understand the dynamics of artificial intelligence in business field and its crucial impact on human resources. It focused on the future leap of business world.
The June, 2017 release “Dynamics in Business Environment” aimed at showcasing the crucial factors that have an implication on businesses and a reply to such happenings.
A revamp of newsletter was smoothly thought off by giving SAMVRIDHI a new design of its own that had an Indian touch to it. The department magazine was now opened for the entire college to write their opinions on given themed topics, this was an attempt to make the newsletter known and accepted by all.
The September, 2017 edition, “Business Revolutionized” focused on the major underlying revolutions happening in the conduct of business highlighting the contemporary business models and the urgent need for CSR.
Another important development in samvridhi’s growth has been the usage of social media as a platform to promote the idea of samvridhi and appeal to all on one combining grounds, a strong PR team was backed on this.

And January, 2018 edition, “INNSTAIN” infusing innovation and sustainability a complete thought-provoking name was fashioned to touch the softer aspects of business giving at most importance to out of the box business ideas, family friendly organizations and the evergoing debate on EQ V/S IQ. The sustainability of business was hugely looked upon.
A special mention, this particular edition grabbed a lot of out of the college attention hence featured a column that belonged from outside the college.
The February, 2018 supplementary edition due to release unlike samvridhi’s previous supplementary editions, has tapped into unknown career horizons taking due care of various departments and subjects offered to us and BVC and each column dedicated for each student to take away something informational. Which is soon to be released.
This year has been a huge stepping stone for SAMVRIDHI to learn and grow, with each edition. And the team has stayed along, working hard as ever from scratch of ever new quarter edition to provide with the best of ideas, planning, execution and final design of it. SAMVRIDHI believes to progress higher with all the support and encouragement from everyone.

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Event Name

Date

Brief Details:

1

RISK MANAGEMENT

1st July2017

BBA 2nd and 3rd years together organized the event The total number of teams who participated was 9 and each team consisted of 5 members each.
For the first round,15 blocks were marked on the floor in the serial count from 1-15.2 blocks away from the block which is numbered as 1 was kept a box which was the target. Each member of a team had been given a ball that should be dropped into the box standing in the blocks which were numbered 1-15.The participants were given the number of points in accordance with the number of block they stood .If they complete the target of throwing the ball standing in the blocks numbered between 1-5 they were given the same points of their block number .If they crossed the 5th block and finish their target, their points were doubled the number of the block and the real twist of the game is that if the participant crosses the 7th block and is not able to finish the target, their points become double negative to the number of block they stood in. The teams which were able to score the highest points were declared as winners and there was a final round for them. This round helped in building team coordination, unity and the capability of managing the risks occurred.
Two teams qualified for the second round which was a round based on general knowledge questions and current affairs. As two teams qualified and there were 10 participants, were again sub-divided into a team of 2 and the quiz was conducted. The team which scored the highest were declared as winners.

2

‘Rock the boat’

5th July 2017

There were around 68 participants who formed and team of 8. Each team was asked to make 80 boats with limited time and the size of each boat was also mentioned. In this event the students were judged on perfection, quality production, leadership skills and team work.

3

Newspaper Speaks’

12th July 2017.

There were around 57 participants and were asked to form a team of 7. The teams were given newspapers wherein they has to make a chart with different pictures and had to make a story. The students were judged on creativity, attractive and imaginative skills.

4

Management Pantomime

16th July 2017

Around 50 students participated forming a team of 3. For the first round the teams were given management words and they had to enact. In the 2nd round they were given and topic and had to talk about it for 3 minutes.

5

Channel Surfing

19th July 2017

There were around 60 students who formed a team of 3. Each member in a team was given a name of the channel and they had to enact  any famous TV series or anything that strikes randomly which is telecasted in that particular channel within the time limit.

6

Unity of Gestures

26th July 2017.

There were around 55 students who formed a team of 5. 3 objects were placed at different locations and 4 members in the team were blindfolded and the 5th person who is set free will be directing all the four members in the group through gestures to find the 3 objects. The students were judges on team coordination and unity.

7

Abhyas Carnival

29th July 2017.

The event was conducted for all the streams in the college. 714 students took part in the event. Out of which 500 students were from other departments and 214 students were of Management department.

8

Thematic Apperception Test

9th August 2017

(BBA 1st Year) organized the event. There were 44 participants belonging to 22 teams and each team consisted of 2 members each. There was only one round held for all the participants. A picture was projected on the screen and the participants were asked to create and write a story related to that picture. The story has to be surely related to management. The time limit given to the participants to write the story was 10 minutes. The team which was able to create a story very appropriately were declared as winners. In this event the participants were tested on their creative thoughts and skills. And also they were tested to complete a task with the limited amount of time that they were provided with.

 

9

Sell-O-Mania

2nd August 2017

BBA 2nd years organized the event 13 teams participated in the event and each team consisted of 4 members.
In the first round, the task given to the teams was to sell one of their team members to the audience. The team members were asked to consider one of their team member as a product and they had to market that product by specifying the special qualities of their team member. The team member should be marketed in such a way that the audience get impressed and satisfied to buy them. Every two teams were called out and they had to compete among themselves to sell their product.  The teams which succeed in satisfying the audience in marketing their product were declared as winners and there was a second round held for them.
In the second round, the participants were divided into teams of two. Every team was given a product which was already existing in the market such as pressure cooker, shoe polish etc… The team members were given the task of improvising the product and selling them back to the customers. The team which was able to complete the task efficiently were declared as winners. The whole event tested exclusively the marketing skills and the creativity of the participants.

10

Discussion Forum

6th September 2017.

Around 50 students participated in the event. It was an open discussion forum wherein they had to shares their views and thoughts regarding ‘Illegal Drugs and their Effects.

11

“ Guess Me?”

13TH September, 2017

BBA 1st years organized the event. There were 56 participants divided a team of 2. In the first round, participants were a given a sheet which contained 25 tag lies and captions of various famous products. Through the tag lines, the participants had to guess the names of the products. Time limit given to them was 10min. Top 8 teams qualified for the second round.  In the second round, there were different chits with names of some products written in it. For ex: - Nano car, pantanjali noodles, water purifier etc. Participants had to enact an advertisement based on their product to promote it. They were given 5min of time to think about their advertisement. The teams which were able to promote their products in the best possible manner were declared as winners.

12

Let's interpret!!!

20th SEPTEMBER, 2017

BBA 2nd years organized an event named Let’s Interpret on There were 25 participants who were divided into teams of 5, In the first round, the participants were provided with sheets which contained the financial statements of a company of two different years. The participants task lies in analyzing the incomes, expenditure, capital values, assets and liabilities of the company in two different years and give an interpretation on the activities of the company. One team qualified for the second round. In the second round, the group was divided into teams of 2 are were provided with a case study on which they had to bring both interpretation and solution as well, for the given problem. The team which presented the case in the best possible manner were declared as winners.

13

Blaze a Trail

11th October 2017.

Around 55 students took part in the event forming a team of 5. The teams were given newspapers, staplers and scissors and were asked to make a product and advertise their product in a creative way.They were judged on their creativity and advertising skills.

14

Young Manager’

12thdec- 15thdec 2017.

The event was conducted for all the departments in the college. The rounds conducted were Aptitude, Know yourself and Public Relations. The person having all the managerial skills was awarded as the young Manager for

15

Pass it on

12th January 2018

Around 40 students took part in the event forming a team of 5. 3 rounds were conducted simultaneously. In the 1st round they had to pass the ball in between the legs with the time limit. In the 2nd round they were given a puzzled logo of a company which was scattered and they had to guess the logo. In the 3rd round the students were tested individually in which they had to make a pyramid using plastic glasses.

16

Now and Then

17th January 2018

It was an informal event where in. Around 33 students took part in the event. For the 1st round they had to guess the modified logo and for the 2nd round the participant had to find the hidden meaning of the logos of different companies.

17

Visit to ZPHS

7th December 2017

BBA 1styear, 2nd year and 3rd year as a part of their social events and to conduct an awareness program for the students of standard VI, VII and VIII. The sessions were based on creating awareness to students on the topics of health, hygiene and sanitation. The sessions for boys and girls were different. Our first session for both boys and girls began at 10.00am and the last session ended at 1:30pm. There were a total of 3 sessions for 3 standards respectively. We created interest among the students by conducting some activities and by showing videos. The total number of students on the sessions were 402. The children were very happy and enthusiastic and it was a wonderful experience for all the 12 abhyas members.

18

Guessing the Right place

31st August 2017

The event was conducted for the MBA 1st years. 3 games were conducted simultaneously for all the students. In the 1st game they were asked to solve the puzzle within the time limit. The 2nd round was Guessing the Right place’
‘and the 3rd round was building a tower using plastic cups within the time limit.

19

Orphanage Visit

10th October 2017

Students of the Abhyas club has extended its bar to orphanage students wherein they went and had a interaction with them by offering them eatables. Conducted few interactive sessions like singing and dancing.

20

Orphanage Visit

22nd October 2017

Students have given the orphanage children clothes , chocolates as gifts on the Occasion of Diwali festival

21

Orphanage Visit

18th  December 2017

The Orphanage Children visited the college and enjoyed a one day stay and interacted with NCC cadets, HOD and Vice Principal and had some recreational activities along with food.

 

Educational Tours/Visits (2017-18)

S No

Place Visited

Date

Objective, if any

1

Pepsico

20th Dec 2017

Educational Purpose (BBA)

2

Pepsico

21st  Feb 2018

Educational Purpose (MBA)

 

List of Activities (2016-17)

Report – Inaugural ( 8th February 2017 )
The various aspects of the main focus behind the choice of subject of discussion of today were spoken about and illustrated by the various speakers through different examples. The “Innovation” concept through Ramayana in Management and Intelligence as explained by our Vice-Chairman, Air Cmde J.L.N. Sastry. The importance of “Intelligence”, “Incubation” and “Innovation” in the field of business by our Principal, Prof. Y. Ashok. The applicability of the 4 I’s and Business Trends in today’s industry as explained by our Chief Guest, Mr. Apparao, Principal of OU-CCBM, the Innovations in Banking System, Mobile and E-Banking as a leading example of Innovation. Mr. Ramana, from First America, focused on Digital Transformation and developing intelligence. Dr. NS. Chakravarty, Head Department of Management Studies, threw insights on seminar topics. 6 Technical Sessions were conducted on 8th February, where in 36 delegates presented their papers on various themes. 9th February will be continued with other technical sessions where in few more delegates will be presenting their papers. The best paper awards will be presented tomorrow.

 

Day 2 ( 9th February 2017) Report
The 2nd       day of the stared with enthusiastic participation of various delegates for presenting the papers. Out  of the  52 papers presented in the two day seminar  9 were selected as best paper presentations. The next round of presentations were done by the best presenters of the preliminary sessions. The presentations session was then taken over by Valedictory Session. Our Chief Guest Mrs. M. Usha, (Retd) Professor, Osmania University spoke about her evaluation procedure and prides herself by calling herself the brand ambassador of Bhavans. She appreciated the efforts of faculty and team. She felt that the papers were of International Standards comprising of contemporary topics and the presenter’s effective communication of complex papers. She concluding by saying “Knowledge is never ending and one should never rest”. A 2 day seminar report was narrated by Dr. MVS Mahendra. He also explained the though process that went into the idea generation for the theme of the seminar. There were certain research questions which were then translated into the theme 4 Is “Innovation ,Intelligence, Inclusion and Incubation”. The seminar’s objective was to find the answers regarding the same. Dr. Y. Ashok, Principal, BVC addressed the gathering by expressing his gratitude to the Chief Guest, Chairpersons and the coordinators. He was delighted by the outacome of the event. Momentos and Certificates of Appreciation were given to the coordinating team. The best 3 paper presentations were awarded with a cash prize of 10000, 7500 and 5000 respectively.
The winners were-

  1. Dr. Nazia Sultana and Mrs. Seema Gosh
  2. Dr. C. Kameswari,  Meena Rani  and Mrs. Uma Jayander
  3. Swetha Chavali, GV .Abhinav and K. Rahul ,T. Tirupathi

The entire seminar end on a blissful note.

 

Programmes conducted by the Department (2016-17)

S No

Name of the Programme/Event

Date

Theme/Topic

Brief Details

1

International Seminar

8th & 9Th February 2017

4Is-Innovation, Incubation, Intelligence and Inclusion-Emerging global trends and business excellence’

The International Seminar seeks to highlight the opportunities, challenges and imperatives of Innovation, Incubation, Business Intelligence and Inclusion for business excellence in different countries. It seeks to build up opinions of policy makers, practitioners, researchers and academicians to understand emerging trends in the aforesaid areas... The two day event was attended by various college teachers, research scholars, Industrial Experts and Students. The Chief Guest, for Inaugural session was Prof. Apparao, Principal of OU-CCBM, Mr. Ramana, from First America was the Key Note Speaker. The Valedictory Session Chief Guest was Chief Guest Mrs. M. Usha, (Retd) Professor, Osmania University

2

Management Day

11.11.2016

Department Formation Day

On the occasion Of Management day celebrations. Department of Management studies organized many events for its BBA and MBA students where in many students participated and won prizes

3

Class Room Presentation by the students

 

Idea Diffusion

BBA 3rd year students have done a class room presentation on Idea Diffusion wherein they had to present an New innovative Business Idea

4

Orientation For MBA students

05.10.2016

Orientation

A three day orientation programme was organized to The new batch of MBA students who were warmly welcomed by the Faculty of Management department and had many activities like guest lectures and games

5

Abhyas & Samvridhi valedictory

02.02.2017

Abhyas Valedictory

The Abhyas club and the Samvridhi Magazine of Management Studies department celebrated its valedictory session where in the Students were felicitated for the events which they have won which were conducted throughout year.

6

MEDHA for BBA

27.12.2016

Bhavanotsav
Young Manager,
Business Quiz ,
Minute to Win it

Large number of Students participated in Various events from different colleges in Twin Cities.

 

Guest Lectures/Workshops/Seminars (2015-16)

S No

Speaker

Date

Theme/Topic

Any other Details

1

Jyosthna Ayyagari

7th July 2016

Portfolio Management

Financial Consultant  from N.More

2

Jyosthna Ayyagari

July 2016

Finance workshop on Portfolio Management

Financial Consultant  from N.More

3

Mr. Santosh Reddy

16th September 2016

Stock Markets

Resource Person from Bombay Stock Exchange

4

Dr.C. Kameshwari

 

Management in Ramayana

 

5

Ms.Shalini Praveen

 

Communication

Business Etiquettes

 

Magazine/Wall Magazine

Name: SAMVRIDHI-Beyond the halls of IVY released on 28th November 2015
Brief Details: It is the official newsletter of the ABHYAS Club. As the name suggests the newsletter has grown leaps and bounds. It’s a combined effort of all the students which consists of articles on-
Samvridhi – BVC Management Department’s online magazine is published/released every quarter.
Its vision has been to provide insight into current affairs through the views put forth by the student community themselves.
2016-17 has been a milestone in different ways for Samvridhi; it has brought new perspectives, new talent and reached new horizons.
August 2016 saw the release of the supplement edition Kala Kruti
September 2016, the edition titled, “Start up India, Stand up India”, was released, it focused on bringing to the limelight various stand ups across the world and the country, the success and failure stories behind them.
The logo of Samvridhi which previously was the same as its counterpart, Abhyas, was redesigned and given a new independent identity, this was done by Sunil of MBA 2B.
The other initiative taken by team Samvridhi was the starting up of a blog as a platform for informal communication, which included continuous updates on the economy, changes in current affairs, discussion on issues currently trending keeping viewers informed and also entertained through light hearted and unconventional conveying of information.
The December edition of Samvridhi was called, “Quest for Equality” it aimed at speaking about the current society and issues arising out of inequalities in various spheres
This year has seen a lot of unprecedented changes in Samvridhi and has made it much better than the last few editions and team Samvridhi hopes and is working towards making the successive editions better.

 

Club

Name of Club: Abhyas Club (Mrs. K Suvarchala Rani)
Established in: November 2011
Objective: The Abhyas Club was started in the month of November 2011 beginning with the unveiling of the banner on the Management Day; it is a completely student driven club, the main purpose of which is to give the students an opportunity to showcase their talent and lose their inhibitions so as to be prepared to face the outside world.

Abhyas means “Practice” and as we all know Practice makes a man perfect, Abhyas club endeavors at making every individual perfect in his/her interests through practice.

Club Activities (2016-17)
Event 1: Game Plan - 2nd July 2016
In this event the students were asked to form themselves into small groups. They were asked to choose a leader from each of the group. The basic idea of this event was to bid for the rockets each group would make, with the given number of news papers. Here, the leadership skills had to be shown as well as all the members of the group had to work as one to be the most efficient. The basic objective however of the game was to test how well the group performs and executes the plans made by the leader.
Event 2: What’s your number? - 16th July 2016
This event was a team event where each team was given with a 6-7 digit number. All the members in a team were made to stand in a queue where the number should be conveyed from 1st member to last member with the help of non verbal communication only. The event focused on team building, their coordination and creativity.
Event 3: Bazinga- 23rd July 2016
This event was focused on communication, team work and leadership among the participants. The game was a simple tic-tac-toe but it was a human version of that game and the participants were not allowed to talk to each other during the game. The group with the best coordination and quick decision makers stood as winners.
Event 4: Marshmallow Challenge-30th July 2016
This event tested the time management and division of labour and cooperation among the participants. The task was to build a tower with the limited resources provided within a stipulated time. The group that built the highest tower with the resources was declared as winners.
Event 5: How many? - 6th August 2016
This was a recreational program. This event included many games which are a combination of outdoor activities and business affairs and also other games like tug of war, badminton, dodge ball, football etc.
Event 6: May the flop be with you – 20th August 2016
Each team was given some sheets and were asked to choose any colour amongst the options available, i.e., red or black. There was a unique grading system and the highest scoring team won. The event tested student’s negotiation skills and their ability to make mutual gains or losses. All the team leads had a difficult task of not only convincing their own teams but also to convince other team leaders to take their side.
Event 7: MUN – 24th  August 2016
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an educational simulation and/or academic competition in which students can learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations. In this event the delegates of respected countries debated on the topic selected called as the ‘Agenda’. The agenda for this event was ‘Narco Terrorism’
Event 8: ’NEW’spaper-News Recreated- 27th August 2016
In this event student were given newspapers and charts to create their own version of a newspaper. This event helped student to identify each other’s skills, creative abilities and they worked together as a team to create their best newspaper. The team which made the most creative and attractive newspaper within 30 minutes were the winners.
Event 9: Traffic Jam-10th September 2016
This event tested the team spirit and coordination among the team members. In this event the participants were asked to move in the blocks without talking to each other where the first block person had to reach the last block and vice versa with certain restrictions imposed. The team which completed the task within minimum amount of time was declared as winners.
Event 10: Business Quiz- 17th September 2016
It was a typical business quiz which focused on business affairs, brands, companies and products. Students participated in teams of two and the pair with the highest score stood as a winner.
Event 11: Marketing Guru- 5th November 2016
In this event there were 2 rounds, the first round was damsharas where the student had to identify the product or service and round 2 was a normal marketing quiz. Here in these two rounds tested the market knowledge and ability to recognize the product or brand.
Event 12: Young Manager- 12th December 2016
The event consisted of 5 rounds consisting of aptitude test, Group discussion, Case study analysis, crisis management and the stress interview. It tested the managerial & leadership skills and mainly the stress management among students. Students were assessed on individual performance and also the group performance. The student who made it to the final round with the highest score was awarded the Young Manager 2016.
Event 13: Management Phraseology- 24th December2016
This event was an individual event where the students were given a business quiz and also three idioms which were to be related to management concepts. The event tested student’s general awareness and spontaneity.
Event 14: Double Trouble- 4th January 2017
In this event students were asked to form into groups of 4 each. Each group was assigned a unique product were asked to advertise it with their unique USP. The products given to the team were very unique which were formed by combining two unlike products for example Cadbury HIT rat killer. This event mainly focused on the confidence of the participants as well as their creativity and innovative skills.
Event 15: Mad Ads-7th January 2017
It was a team event with 5-6 members. Each team was called out to take a chit which gave further hints about the game. The chits contained fictitious website names which the participants had to advertise.
Phase 2 was an individual event where students had to explain quotes with their true meaning and contradictory meaning. This event tested lateral thinking process, interactive presentation and overall performance of the team.

Educational Tours/Visits

S No

Place Visited

Date

Objectives, if any

1

Coca Cola Miyapur Factory

20 & 21 October 2016

MBA  students for Education Purpose

2

Lalit Foods, Phase II, IDA,Cherlapally a Chocolate Manufacturing Company

28th February 2017

 BBA students Education Purpose

 

Medha 2017   

 “4Is - Innovation, Incubation, Intelligence & Inclusion” – Emerging Global Trends and Business Excellence.

The Management meet – MEDHA 2017 is themed as “4Is - Innovation, Incubation, Intelligence & Inclusion” – Emerging Global Trends and Business Excellence. The Inaugural session Chief Guest Mr. Vijay Khoshy Mathews, General manager, Kirlosker brothers Ltd addressed the audience by explaining the importance of the theme and its relevance in today’s business. Principal of Bhavan’s Vivekananda College Prof. Y. Ashok spoke about how we should implement what we learn during our course of management studies. Air Cmde (Retd) JLN Sastry Vice Chairman , BVB addressed the gathering on the Importance of Innovation & Incubation. Col(Retd)  M.Vijay Rao has thrown insights on the importance of  Intelligence and Inclusion. Head Department of Management Studies  Dr N. S. Chakravarty gave a brief insight on the theme 4I’s. A large number of Students participated from Various colleges in and around the city. In the valedictory session the winners were awarded mementos and cash prizes. The entire event was a overwhelming experience.


 

Report on Best out of waste
Initiative like these are always witness in school – level as we grow the hidden abstract talent takes back seat burdened by higher studies, on 10th Nov, 2016 Bhavan’s Vivekananda College Department of Management studies, conducted their third event as a part of Management day celebration (Best out of waste) where 23 students of BBA and MBA participated displaying not only their profound interest but making this kivia event an example of carrying out their passion. To deduce it down, this coalesce of various object, a lane that went well with the management ground rule “proper allocation and utilization of resources”, technically speaking ‘Best out of waste resources”.
The judges of the event were Dr.Y.MadhuriSrinivas and Mr.Sivaram Naidu.

 

MANAGEMENT DAY - 2016

DAY-2:
The second day of Management fest continued with management Quiz. The event began at 2:30p.m.
EVENT: Management Quiz.
QUIZ MENTORS: Dr. V.Venu Madhav & Dr. MVS.Mahendra.
28 teams participated in the management Quiz which included students from BBA and MBA.
Each team had to go through the preliminary round to qualify for the main quiz session.
Preliminary round consisted of 20 general knowledge questions.
Teams were given a sheet of paper and asked to answer to the set of questions displayed on the screen.
Each question was displayed for 10 seconds each.
After the preliminary round, each answer scripts was exchanged with the other teams and scored according to the number of correct answers.
Later, answer scripts were collected by the mentors and the highest scored teams moved forward to the next round.
After the preliminary round, a small quiz session was conducted for the audience.
6 Teams moved forward to the main rounds of the Management quiz.

ROUND-1:  
Each team were asked a set of questions.
Each team was given 10 seconds to answer the question after which the question was automatically passed to the next team.
The team that received the passed on question were given 5 seconds to answer the question.
There was no negative marking for passing the question or wrong answers.
This round consisted of questions related to current affairs.
ROUND-2:
This round consisted of questions related to Books and theirs authors & Advertisements.
Rules of this round were same as the first round.
After the second round Team no. 6 was declared as winners as per their score.
And 3 teams moved forward to the tie breaker round for the second position.
TIE BREAKER ROUND:
In this round, just like the preliminary round, teams were given a sheet of paper and few questions were displayed on the screen. The team that scored the highest number of correct answers were declared the runner up.
Winners: Aishwarya Narayanan & Sri Valli [MBA]
RUNNER UP: Saketh Vemula & Himanshu Trivedi [BBA]

 

DAY-1:
The four day Management fest began with a management presentation competition. A total of 24 teams which included 9 teams from the Department of BBA  and 15 teams from the Department of MBA  participated in the event. Each team consisted of 2 members and were allotted 3 minutes per team.
EVENT: Management Presentation.
Session-1:
JUDGES: Dr. V.Venu Madhav & Dr. S.Lalitha
Session 1 began at 1:15p.m which proceeded with presentations by the 9 teams from the department of BBA. Students chose various management topics which are as follows:
Team 1: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Highlights- Benefits to the society.
Team 2: Work life Balance
Highlights: Balance between work life and personal Life & Obligations and personal responsibilities.
Team 3: Blame Game
Highlights: Case study on Ratan Tata VS Cyrus Mistry.
Team 4: Project Management
Highlights: Waterfall VS Agile & Software Development adaptability.
Team 5: Volkswagen emission scandal
Highlights-  Brand values and Sales Effect.
Team 6: Motivation to Young Entrepreneurs of India
Highlights- Importance of Young entrepreneurs & Motivation methods
Team 7: Reliance JIO
Highlights- Marketing strategies & sales.
Team 8: Charismatic Leadership
Team 9:Work life balance of women
Highlights- Statistical analysis & study of various stress levels
Session-2:
JUDGES: Mrs. A. Ashwini & Mrs. Rajan Lakshmi
The second session of the presentations by the 15 teams from the Department of MBA began post lunch at 3:00p.m. Below are the Topics presented by various teams:
Team 1: Study on Quality of customer in hotel industry.
Highlights- Steps to improve the quality of services.
Team 2: Microfinance in India.
Highlights- Social Empowerment with help of microfinance.
Team 3: Emotional Intelligence.
Highlights- Maintaining Emotional Balance/control & self awareness.
Team 4: Job Satifaction.
Highlights- Importance of positive environment & Reward.
Team 5: Crisis Management.
Highlights- Crisis planning and control.
Team 6: Digital Marketing.
Highlights- Importance and benefits of digital marketing.
Team 7: Catholic Health Association of India. (CHAI)
Highlights- Targets & benefits to the society.
Team 8: Rupee Dominated Bonds.
Highlights- Benefits and effect on the economy.
Team 9: Self Motivation.
Highlights- Importance of self realisation and motivation.
Team 10: SWOT analysis
Highlights- Internal and external factors & Analysis on IKEA company.
Team 11: Six Sigma.
Highlights- Technique and Uses.
Team 12: Leadership.
Highlights- Qualities and responsibilities.
Team 13: Business Strategies of Patanjali.
Highlights- Marketing Strategies
Team 14: Action Research in Indian structure. (GST)
Highlights- Structure & Benefits in the long term.
Team 15: High frequency trading.Highlights- Automation & Benefits.
Each presentation was concluded with questions & answers session between the judges and participates.

 

List of Activities (2015-16)

Programmes conducted by the Department (2015-16)

S No

Name of the Programme/Event

Date

Theme/Topic

Brief Details

1

MEDHA for BBA

11.08.2015

Bhavanotsav
Young Manager,
Business Quiz ,
Who am I

168 Students participated in Various events from 10 colleges in Twin Cities.

2

Management Day

28.11.2015

Department Of Management Studies Formation Day

On the occasion Of Management day celebrations. Department of Management studies organized many events for its BBA and MBA students where in many students participated and won ,many prizes

3

Class Room Presentation by the students

25.07.2015

Digital India a Growth Imperative

BBA 3rd year students have done a class room presentation on Digital India a Growth Imperative

4

Orientation For MBA students

28.09.2015

Orientation

The new batch of MBA students were warmly welcomed by the Faculty of Management department.

5

Abhyas valedictory

29.01.2016

Abhyas Valedictory

The Abhyas club of Management Studies department celebrated its valedictory session on 29th January. Students who won the events which were conducted throughout year were awarded prizes.

6

MEDHA for MBA

27.02.2016

Management Meet of MBA students.
The theme of the event was “Start up-India, Stand up India” for Entrepreneurial Growth.

To bring out the Management potential of the students both Formal and Informal events were conducted such as Finanzen, Venditio, Impressario, Young Manager, Budding Entrepreneur, Gravity pull, Bhavans Premier League and more. Chief Guest of the event was Mrs.M.Surekha Head -Digital Competency Group –Tech Mahindra. A number of  students from around 16 colleges in and around the twin cities of  Hyderabad and Secunderabad participated in the event and made it a grand success.

 

Guest Lectures/Workshops/Seminars (2015-16)

S No

Speaker

Date

Theme/Topic

Any other Details

1

Ms.JyotsnaAyyagair ( Financial Consultant at n.More Consultancy

7th June 2015

Careers in Financial Corporate

 

2

a) Mr. B. Viswanath
( Deputy Chief Vigilance Officer/stores  in SCR
Director to GOI)

b) D.NarsingRao ( Deputy chief Vigilance Officer Traffic in SCR

17th October 2015

Vigilance

 

3

TVVS Prasad ( Deputy GM Hyderabad Works ( HR & IR)

16th  November 2015

VUCA

VUCA- Vulnerability, Uncertainty, Complexity & Ambiguity

4

Dr.Chaitanya

11th march 2016

Big Data

 

5

AmitKulkarni ( Sr.Marketing Manager at Micro Excel INC)

18th March 2016

Careers in IT Marketing

 

6

COL. Reubin (Defence)

22nd March 2016

Motivation For Success

 

 

Magazine/Wall Magazine
Name:SAMVRIDHI-Beyond the halls of IVY released on 28th November 2015
Brief Details: It is the official newsletter of the ABHYAS Club. As the name suggests the newsletter has grown leaps and bounds. It’s a combined effort of all the students which consists of articles on-
The Global Success
India Tastes Success
Failures to Success
What’s going on
Hyderabadi Start-ups
Business masala
Talent Hub
The newsletter was well received by the students over 750 views online in a span of one month, which shows we’ve been able to fulfill the objectives set i.e. to make the students aware of different management trends in different sectors.
Club

Name of Club: Abhyas Club (Mrs. K Suvarchala Rani)
Established in:November 2011
Objective: The Abhyas Club was started in the month of November 2011 beginning with the unveiling of the banner on the Management Day; it is a completely student driven club, the main purpose of which is to give the students an opportunity to showcase their talent and lose their inhibitions so as to be prepared to face the outside world.

Abhyas means “Practice” and as we all know Practice makes a man perfect, Abhyas club endeavors at making every individual perfect in his/her interests through practice.

 

Club Activities(2015-16)

S No

Event Name

Date

Brief Details

1

WHAT’S IN TAT

Conducted on 4TH JULY 2015

 An abstract image was shown on the screen and the teams had to interpret the image by connecting their thoughts to the management field.

2

CASE STUDY ANALYSIS

conducted on 16th JULY 2015

Case study was based on the concepts of human resource management. This activity helped the students in understanding the SWOT analysis.

3

CAN YOU BID THAT

conducted on 25th JULY 2015

The challenge was to market defected products using their alternative utility.

4

DECIPHER THE DESTINATION

conducted on 1st AUGUST 2015

This was a blind folded trick game which revolved around clues 
The main purpose was to check how well the members are coordinate.

5

GUESS WHO

conducted on 12th AUGUST 2015

The event contained there levels. 1st was scavenger hunt
2nd was looking for logos
3rd was rapid fire round.
This event was based on elimination process.

6

YOUNG MANAGER

conducted on 19th AUGUST 2015

The whole committee of Abhyas club has organized young manager from 19th to 24th August .This event was conducted for the student of various departments 65 students participated. This event consisted of 5 rounds to find the best young manager. The event was a great success and it was good to see so many potential, enthusiastic young managers competing.

7

PRODUCT SALAD

conducted on 23rd SEPTEMBER 2015

This event tested the marketing knowledge the participants had. It was related to logos and advertisement.

8

QUIZ COZ

conducted on 30th SEPTEMBER 2015

This event was based on how were the participated observe and interpret the logos.

9

PHOTO HUNT

conducted on 28th SEPTEMBER 2015

The students had to go around the college , find for clues and take pictures of what the clues indicated .main objectives was to makes the students familiar with college premise.

10

COMPANY QUIZ

conducted on 15th OCTOBER 2015

The event revolved around the company’s and their profiles, like names of CEOs, product names, etc.

11

GUESS ME

conducted on 7th NOVEMBER 2015

The event included puzzles like crossword, find the hidden brands, etc.

12

TALENT EXPO

conducted on 28th NOVEMBER 2015

The whole committee of Abhyas club has conducted a talent expo by the students of mgtdept for the whole college. all the talents like handicrafts, different types of painting, best out of waste , designs , poems , etc were exhibited 
Each and every participant's talent was heart fully appreciated by the principal, all the HODs, lecturers and Students too

13

RURAL LE CARTE

conducted on 20th DECEMBER 2015

The event was based on quiz on rural India and followed by preparing a business plan for rural Indian market, the main purpose was to check how good students  could coordinate with each other

14

ON THE SPOT

conducted on 9th JANUARY 2015

The event was based on understanding the USPs of the product and marketing it, it was good to see creative ideas from the participants.

 

Educational Tours/Visits

S No

Place Visited

Date

Objectives, if any

1

Lalit Foods, Phase II, IDA,Cherlapally a Chocolate Manufacturing Company

16th December 2015

 Education Purpose

 

Value added Courses:
Department of Management Studies is offering certified value added courses for all BBA students for the academic year 2015-16.  Value added courses not only add value to one’s career, but also give an edge in this competitive world and enhance knowledge, skills and abilities.

S No

Name of the Course

Resource Person

Duration

Brief Details

1

Presentation skills for BBA first year students.

Dr.Kavitha Lal,

Mrs.K.Suvarchala Rani

45 classes

Students are trained on general and business presentation skills, managing stress and body language for effective communication. 

2

ECE( Edge in Competitive Examinations):

Dr. MVS. Mahendra

Mr.Sivaram Naidu

60 Classes

This course was exclusively for BBA second year students Who are aiming to pursue MBA in B-schools (Business schools). the course structure was designed keeping in mind the needs of the students and syllabi for competitive exams like CAT, MAT, SNAP etc.

3

MS- Excel

Mrs.K.PadmaPriya

30 Classes

: This course is useful for the students to
Improve their skills in MS-EXCEL which is useful in future for placements and career.

4

CRT classes for MBA final Year students

TIME Institute

60 hours

This training was exclusively for MBA final year students to make them Campus ready.

 

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