We aim to create a pool of world class socially responsible leaders who can meet the challenges of dynamic business environment and help to achieve the objective of inclusive growth of the world economy.
Department of Management (DOM), I. K. Gujral PTU Main Campus is a pioneer in the use of case study method and other such experiential teaching tools to management education in the state. In response to the growing challenges of the globalized world, this campus has collaborated with world renowned business institutes to offer unique courses in India. The campus has state-of-art infrastructure and classrooms, experienced core faculty with international exposure and visiting faculty from IIMs. The institute is running management programme namely, Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in the area of Marketing, Finance and Human Resources and PhD programme. The institute is all set to begin with short-term Certificate Programs in the area of Advertising and Retail Management, Credit Risk and Treasury Management and Retail Banking.
|1.||Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)||3 years / 6 Semesters||45||Download|
|2.||Masters of Business Administration (MBA)||2 years / 4 Semesters||60||Download
|3.||Masters of Business Administration (Hospital Administration)||2 years / 4 Semesters||30||Download
|4.||Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D)||3-5 Years||Download
Our Faculty Members
Salient Features of the Department
- Well equipped computer laboratory.
- Leased line internet connection and Wi-Fi connections for the use of student, faculty and research fellows.
- Well furnished and fully air conditioned classroom.
- Multi-media projector with projector screen is available.
- Ready technology for conducting Seminars, presentations, conferences etc.
- Low fee structure.
- Boys and girls residential hostel.
- Free bus service.
Projects undertaken by the department
|S.No.||Ongoing Projects||Funding agency||Project Guide|
|1||Construction and Standardization of a Scale for Measuring the Customer Relationship Management Activity in an Organization||University Grants Commission, New Delhi||Dr. Harmeen Scoh|
|2||Critical Success Factors and Driving Forces for Wireless Web Adoption – An Empirical Investigation of Indian and Canadian Consumers||University Grants Commission, New Delhi||Dr. Harmeen Scoh|
|3||Price Discovery and Arbitrage Efficiency in the Indian Equity Futures and Cash Markets||National Stock Exchange of India||Dr. Kapil Gupta|
Faculty Participation/Paper Presentation in Conferences:
4th International Conference on Business, Management and Governance at New York, USA from December 14 -15, 2015.
24th Business & Economic Society International (B&ESI) Conference at Florence, Italy from July 6 – 9, 2014.
5th World Finance Conference held at Ca’Foscari University, Venice, Italy from July 2 – 4, 2014.
2014 INFORMS Marketing Science Conference at Atlanta, Georgia, USA from June 11 – 14, 2014.
Vancouver International Conference for Advanced Research in Business held at Vancouver, Canada from April 7 – 8, 2014.
2013 Summer Marketing Educators Conference held at Boston, MA, USA from August 9 – 11, 2013.
|Sr.No.||Name||Title of thesis||Funding Agency||Enrollment date||Year of Completion|
|1||Ms. Kuljit Kaur||Moderating Role of Face Consciousness on the Relationship Between Image Congruence and Behavioral Intention||University Grants Commission (UGC)||July 7, 2012||2017|
|2||Ms. Priyanka Kaushik||Investigating Antecedents of Customer Engagement Behavior and its impact of Firm Value||University Grants Commission (UGC)||February 6, 2013||2018|
|3||Ms. Shabnam Virdi||Customer Citizenship Behavior||University Grants Commission (UGC)||November 23, 2015||2020|
|4||Ms. Jaspreet Kaur||Adoption of M-Commerce Strategies in India||University Grants Commission (UGC)||February 8, 2013||2018|
|5||Ms. Mandeep Kaur||Examining the Hedging Effectiveness of Equity Futures Contracts: Evidence from National Stock Exchange of India||University Grants Commission (UGC)||February 11, 2013||2018|
|6||Ms. Anju Bala||Long Memory and Liquidity in Indian Equity Market||University Grants Commission (UGC)||July 4, 2013||2018|
|7||Ms. Pinky Mall||Impact of Mergers and Aquisitions on the Post-Merger Stock Performance of Aquirer Firms: Evidence from India||University Grants Commission (UGC)||February 4, 2013||2018|
|8||Mr. Balpreet Singh||Examining the Relationship between Management Quality and Market Performance of Initial Public Offerings: Evidence from India||University Grants Commission (UGC)||February 6, 2013||2018|
|9||Ms. Manpreet Kaur||Comparative Analysis of Web Based Disclosure Practices of Top Inidan and Foreign Banks||University Grants Commission (UGC)||February 11, 2013||2018|
|10||Ms. Deepali Soni||Corporate Social Responsibiliy and Employee Engagement: A study of selected Indian Banks in Delhi||University Grants Commission (UGC)||August 26, 2013||2018|
|11||Mr. Satish Kumar||A Comparative Analysis of Corporate Governance Practices of Top Indian Banks and Foreign Banks||University Grants Commission (UGC)|