Guest Lecture Series
|18th Dec 2021||Employer Branding||Mr. Pavan Balaji|
|15th Dec 2021||Problem solving and ideation||Mr. Guru Prasad|
|11th Dec 2021||B to B Marketing Research||Mr. Mahim Sharma|
|04th Dec 2021||Product Promotion and operations Management||Mr. Swaroop S|
|28th June 2021||Unleash your Financial Energy Through Effective Plans|
Dr.Sharan Kumar Shetty
Associate professor & GC member, MSN Institute of Management.
|19th June 2021||Networking & Negotiations-The Pulse of today|
Supply chain Lead
Royal Dutch Shell Netherlands
|21st February 2021||Interpersonal skills|
Mr. Arjun Vellal
Founder & CEO Proawitz Leadership Inc and Managing Director,Utsah foods and Hospitality pvt Ltd .
|20th February 2021||Project Management Framework and Tools|
Mrs. Madhumitha Mankar,
Assistant Director ,Ernst & Young
|6th February 2021||Introduction to product management & entrepreneurship||Mr.Kartik Suryanarayan Product Manager, experienced in B2B, Enterprise Tech, Product Strategy|
|5th February 2021||Union Budget|
C N. Nithyananada
Chartered Accountant and founder of NITHYANANDA AND CO.
|12th December 2020||HR practice pre and post Covis-19- A guide to the future HR professionals|
Ms. Hemalatha Ramu Associate Director Human Resource at Biocon
Mr. Narasimha chairman and founder of National Human Resource Welfare Association Trust.
|11th December 2020||An overview on HR Analytics|
|13th November 2020||Brand management – A Peek into today’s scenario and opportunities during the pandemic|
Mr. Khundmir Syed
Marketing Lead IBM
|6th November 2020||Investing in the financial markets||Mr. Prathik (FreeLancer& ALUMNI)|
|5th November 2020||Career opportunities in Banking & Financial Industry||Mr. Niranjan T Mohite, regional head for west and south for BFSI vertical of NIIT.|
|2nd November 2020||Importance of Self-Branding|
|25th July 2020.||Capital Market Awareness|
Mr. Ashok Kumar,
Director of Lotus Know wealth,
|15th July 2020.||CSR and its relevance in this pandemic situation||Dr. Leena James, Professor at Christ University.|
|3rd June 2020||Sales- a world full of opportunities & challenges|
Mr. DVS Subhash,
Sales Head at Birla soft,
|15th May 2020|
Ms. Geetha Nagaraj
IT delivery manager,
|12th May 2020|
Embracing the New Future
|Mr. Mohan Kumar, Practice Head at Wipro Ltd.|
|24th April 2020||B2B Sales and Promotions|
Mr. Sougandh K.M.,
Channel Development Manager, Universal Robots- South Asia,
|22nd April 2020|
Testing of Hypothesis
Ms. Manju J R
AP, J S S Academy of Technical Education, UP
|16th April 2020||5 Ps of Successful Leadership|
Dr. Balaji M.S,
|9th April 2020||Future of HR Analytics||Dr. Manjunath V S, Founder- Enleanytics,|
|31st March & 2nd April 2020||Content Marketing|
Mr. Rajesh Chakravarthy,
|31st March 2020|
BCG Matrix at Amazon. in
|Mr. Adarsh B, Product compliance department at Amazon.com|
|30th March 2020||Teamwork|
Founder, Proawitz Leadership
|26th March 2020|
Leadership at crisis
Ms. Preeja Sridhar,
Mu Sigma Inc
|25th March 2020||Life a For IV semester students after Covid-19|
Dr. Karthik L,
Training for PGCET aspirants
To help the PGCET aspirants prepare for their exams, the Department of Business Administration, BNM Institute of Technology, had organized a 2-day online training “eMBArk– 2022” on 16 th and 17 th of November 2022. The training program covered the basics of all four sections of PGCET, which are General Knowledge, Quantitative ability, English proficiency,
Logical reasoning and general intelligence. The entire program was hosted on Microsoft Teams platform for convenience of the participants. The training started with addressing by Dr. Mukund Sharma, HOD, followed by strategies to crack PGCET. Ms. Zeenath K J, Mr. Rishi Ranjan, Ms. Usha Rani and Mr. Santhosh K V were the trainers involved. The trainers discussed various topics from each section that are important from the perspective of PGCET exam. More than 150 MBA aspirants registered and took benefit of the program. The participants felt that the program was helpful and appreciated the initiative of BNMIT.
Ms. Zeenath K J during the session on English Proficiency
Faculty Development Programme on ‘Tableau and Power BI for Effective Data Management’
Faculty Development Programme on ‘Tableau and Power BI for Effective Data Management’ was conducted by Department of Business Administration from Nov 10 th to Nov 14 th , 2022, through online mode. The objective of this FDP was to equip teaching fraternity with functional knowledge of the two popular data analysis and visualization tools – Tableau and Power BI. The FDP was conducted by resource persons from the training institute ‘Business Toys Pvt. Ltd.’, Bangalore.
The first session on Day 1 was about Fundamentals of data analytics and data science by Mr. Omkar Raikar. Trainer gave an overview of building blocks of data analytics and explained the relationship between data analytics and data science. He emphasized on the fact that understanding the business and its operations is key to become a successful data analyst and data
scientist. Trainer explained how each data can tell a story about the business and one must learn the art of storytelling through data. He explained the difference between categorical data and continuous data. The 3 econdd session was by Mr. Manikanta Prasad who demonstrated the features of Tableau, a Business Intelligence software application by Salesforce Inc. USA. Trainer used real time data to demonstrate the various features of the application. The data was shared with the participants
beforehand so that participants can work on the application along with the trainer. Data visualization, Strategy Building and Dash board preparation were aspects covered during this session. Advanced concepts of Tableau were covered during Day 2 with the help of a various data sets related to business. Participants learnt about various metrics and dimensions, deriving new
dimensions from existing data, parameters and calculated fields and advanced dashboards. In the following session, participants worked on a project through which they learnt the entire cycle of dashboard preparation – getting the data ready, data transformation, identification of KPIs, designing dash board layout, building functionalities and user acceptance testing. Sessions on Day 3 was about ‘Power BI’ an interactive data visualization software by Microsoft. Mr. Sagar Chadha was the resource person who started the session by explaining the difference between Tableau and Power BI. After giving an overview of the application and its basic features, trainer shared few sample datasets with the participants. Trainer demonstrated the various functionalities of the application with the help of datasets and participants were asked to work on it simultaneously. Following are the aspects covered during the day – Step approach to building BI report, types of visualizations, plotting charts, plotting complex charts using
calculated fields, sets filters, connecting charts on dashboard, colour scales and dimensions and building dashboards. An assignment was given on Day 4 to build a business dashboard and participants were asked to complete the assignment using Power BI tool. First session on Day 5 was conducted by Mr. Ashwin, who begin the session by reviewing the assignment submitted by the participants. Discussion was held about the solution to the assignment and how it can be improved. Q&A session was the last session and all the trainers answered questions raised by participants on various aspects. Trainers also explained how management students can make use of Tableau and Power BI to build their skillset. Trainers provided details of few free online resources through which students can learn these tools and improve their employment prospects.
Mr. Omkar Raikar during the session on Tableau
Session on Power BI
Skill Development Program in the Topic “REAL-TIME MARKET RESEARCH”
MBA department, BNMIT in association with Skillgenix conducted an SDP in the topic ” REAL-TIME MARKET RESEARCH” from 19th to 24th October 2020 for the 2019-21 batch student.
Market research is a powerful marketing tool. Today, there is a growing demand to carry it out in an intelligent, innovative, and faster way. Consumers communicate at breakneck speed. With mobile phones in hand, they immediately let you know what they think and experience. Creating campaigns based on a traditional market survey done months ago may be of little use today. The real-time market research is the one that would help the brand to react quickly and according to the needs of its customers.
- Introduction to Market research
- How to write a business overview
- Making of company snapshots
- Ways to collect information about companies
- Types of company strategies
- Understanding SWOT analysis
Skill Development Program in the Topic “Advanced Excel”
MBA department, BNMIT had organized an online SDP in the Topic “Advanced Excel” from 19th October 2020 for the 2018-20 Batch students between 9 am to 2:30 pm conducted through Zoom platform. With an idea to prepare students to take up new jobs and be Industry ready.
The students were trained in basic functions of excel and advanced operations covering the topics like logical functions, computation of stock returns, graphs, V lookup H lookup functions, regression analysis, and application of these in Real-time situations. The data set and the formula sheet was shared with students before the commencement of the SDP. Every day assignments were given to execute the topics discussed and on the Final day a test was conducted to evaluate the students on topics covered
WEBINAR LECTURE SERIES on ‘Specialization Matters- One hour guide to making an informed choice’
Webinar Series on ‘Specialization Matters- One hour guide to making an informed choice’
The Department of Business Administration organized a three-day webinar series open to the first-year MBA student community on the topic ‘Specialization Matters- One hour guide to making an informed choice’ from Sept8th to Sept 10th, 2021.
Day 1 was marked for Finance specialization and the resource person was Mr. Viswanathan P, chartered accountant & CEO at Vyoma Linguistic Labs Foundation, Bangalore. He highlighted that the Finance jobs require strong quantitative aptitude, voracious reading skills, teamwork, perspective thinking ability and common sense as a prerequisite
Day 2 of the Webinar was chaired by Mr. CNB Rajesh, Director and Chief Evangelist, Enleanytics. He shared his insights about career prospects in Marketing and how students should prepare themselves with the relevant knowledge, skills, and attitude
Day 3 was dedicated to Human Resource Management, where the guest speaker was Mr. Mohit Shetty, HR Manager at Observe.ai. The speaker emphasized on the self-evaluation – to understand our strengths, areas of improvement and aspirations – and map it to the opportunities available in the job market. He gave an overview of different certification courses and skills that students need to hone in order to be industry ready. He also shared the insights from Glassdoor and Naukri, where he showed the seamless job vacancies available for positions in HR.
Workshop on Business Analytics and E-Business
A ﬁve day Workshop on “Business Analytics and E – Business” for 3rd Semester MBA students was conducted in association with Makeintern & Echoes’ (IIM Kozhikode Event) from September 08, 2019 to September 12, 2019. The trainer for the 5-day program was Ms. Maneesha from Makeintern Institute.
The students were introduced to R, a programming language used by statisticians and data miners for data analysis.. Five students, selected by the trainer, were awarded the Merit certiﬁcates and given an opportunity to present business plan in IIM-Kozhikode at the Echoes’ 2019 event. This was the rarest of rare opportunity for the students of MBA.
Inauguration and Induction Program for I Semester MBA
The Department of Business Administration had organized an orientation program for the new batch of MBA students from January to 22nd, 2021. The objective was to orient the students on the following aspects – Facilities available to the students at the institute, Learning Resources, Student Clubs, Extracurricular and co-curricular activities conducted by the Institute, Code of conduct to be followed by students, Covid-19 protocol, MBA Course Structure, Internal Assessment Process, Examination System, Training and Placement Support. These aspects were explained in detail by the internal faculty members.
The orientation program also included many skill building activities such as – Goal setting, Motivation, Managing expectation, which were conducted by external trainers – Mr. Jayasimha, Mrs. Pooja Sreedhar and Mr. Adarsh Basavaraj.
Students of MBA gaining hands-on experience from the training session on “Advanced Excel”