One day workshop on ‘Power of Subconscious Mind’
Navin Parekh motivates students through his ‘Power of Subconscious Mind’, workshop
The Suryadatta Group of Institutes had organized an interesting and informative one day workshop on “Power of Subconscious Mind”, conducted by
Sunil Parekh, an International Success Coach & Mind Power Expert. More than 100 participants including students & all the faculties of Suryadatta Group of Institutes attended the workshop.
“The Mind Power Unlimited” session by Sunil Parekh was very helpful to the audience, to unleash the potential of their brain by tapping the power of
the mind. “Human Brain is an immensely powerful machine, which is capable of processing huge & diversified information better and faster than any supercomputer would. However, it has been proved that human beings do not use their brain to its full potential and as they age the percentage of the
brain they use keeps decreasing. Most of this is due to the domesticated lifestyle that we tend to lead where we seldom go around exploring the
potential of the brain”, explained Parekh.
During the workshop the participants learnt various innovative methods of handling problems by boosting the creativity. The participants also learnt
various techniques to master the cutting-edge mind tools and technologies to overcome roadblocks, and for negotiations. Participants learnt various
tools to stay focused, to connect with subconscious mind and to stay positive to attain the goal. The emphasis of the lecture was on the use of the
power of subconscious mind to attain the goals one desire for one-self.
“Our institutes offer the best in terms of not just academics, state-of-art infrastructure, a sprawling campus to our students, but we also pay attention
to their holistic development”, says Prof. Dr. Sanjay Chordiya, Chairperson, Suryadatta Group of Institutes.
"Guest Lecture on ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’ by Mr. Vishwas Phadnis"
Suryadatta Group of Institutes has organized a guest lecture coordinated by Dr. P. K. Ghosh. The purpose of the lecture was to explain the Government policies for CSR activities performed by Corporates. The willingness of corporate to perform the CSR activity and invest a part of their profit for public interest is very important.
The event was hosted by Mrs. Lina Shirawadkar with a short introduction of the esteem guest Mr. Vishwas Phadnis, having 39 years of experience. He has done a project on CSR. He took over the session in details.
The CSR was introduced by Government of India in August 2013. Earlier to this corporate were doing Philanthropic activity in Education/Temples/Colony for the benefit of their existing employees. The major corporate contributor in Philanthropic activity was TATA, BIRLA and WIPRO.
After the Government regulation on CSR criteria was defined for investing the amount for Public interest. Every company has to invest 2% of the average profit from last 3years. The sector/ areas is also defined. If company fulfill the below –
Turnover >= INR 1000 crores
Net worth >= INR 500 crores
Profit >= INR 5 Crores
The areas defined to do CSR activity are Education, Health, Safety, Environment, Women Empowerment, Skill Development, Vocational Training, Slum Eradication, Educational Institution (Govt), Ganga Project, Swatch Bharat Abhiyan and Heritage, This is not a exhaustive list.
The whole session was informatory. We correlate the session with the corporate CSR activity done in India. The session in Suryadatta Institute bring more awareness on the topic CSR.
"Guest Lecture on the topic “Campus to Corporate and Beyond”
An amazing journey from campus to corporate occurs in every student’s life. The summary of this journey was beautifully elaborated by Mr. Rohan Kelkar He not only spoke about this journey but also beyond it.
Mr. Rohan Kelkar works in a multinational company in Oman started his lecture with a high note of his career highlights which immensely inspired students.
The second part of his lecture was all about corporate behavior and communication which extensively cover all the interesting hooks and nooks about the corporate life. Students learned many new things and facts about various topics like communication, dressing and relationships which were never exposed. The third part of Mr. Rohan Kelkar’s lecture was channeled into spiritual importance in the personal and professional life. This gave an overview of life beyond the campus and the real picture of corporate life.
The lecture ended on very good note with some quotes and poems from Mr. Kelkar.
"One day workshop on “Supply Chain Management” by Mr. Vinayak Dravid, SCM Trainer and Consultant, Pune
The Suryadatta Institute of Management & Mass Communication (SIMMC) has organized One day workshop on “Supply Chain Management” by Mr Vinayak Dravid , for MBA-I, MBA II & PGDM students. Following points were discussed in the lecture:
In commerce, supply chain management (SCM), the management of the flow of goods and services, involves the movement and storage of raw materials, of work-in-process inventory, and of finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. Interconnected or interlinked networks, channels and node businesses combine in the provision of products and services required by end customers in a supply chain. Supply-chain management has been defined as the "design, planning, execution, control, and monitoring of supply chain activities with the objective of creating net value, building a competitive infrastructure, leveraging worldwide logistics, synchronizing supply with demand and measuring performance globally. SCM practice draws heavily from the areas of industrial engineering, systems engineering, operations management, logistics, procurement, information technology, and marketing and strives for an integrated approach. Marketing channels play an important role in supply chain management Current research in supply chain management is concerned with topics related to sustainability and risk management, among others, whereas the “people dimension” of SCM, ethical issues, internal integration, transparency/visibility, and human capital/talent management are topics that have, so far, been underrepresented on the research agenda
"Workshop on “Capital Market Awareness & Investor Education Program” by Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) & Lotus Knowlwealth (LKW)"
The Suryadatta Institute of Management has organized Workshop on, “Capital Market Awareness & Investor Education Program” by Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) & Lotus Knowlwealth (LKW) for MBA-I, MBA II & PGDM students.
Following points were discussed in the workshop:
Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE)
Founded as The Native Stocks & Share Brokers Association in 1875
Largest number of listed companies….. 5,900+
7th largest exchange in Asia in terms of Market Capitalization
8th Largest Exchange in World – number of trades in Equity Shares
S&P BSE SENSEX is traded internationally on the EUREX as well as leading exchanges of the BRCS nations
Purpose of Securities Market:
Companies raise resources through public issues
Buyers and sellers enter into transactions and make a profit or loss
Components of Securities Market
Bonds, Stocks, Mutual Funds, Derivatives of securities (Futures, Options)
Financial Derivatives and Commodity Derivatives
Primary (IPO) and Secondary Market
BSE Market Offerings
Interest Rate Derivatives
Debt Market segment
BSE SME Platform
"The Suryadatta Group of Institutes has organized and conducted a Workshop for all teaching staff members on “PEO’s, CEO’s and COs”
The Suryadatta Group of Institutes has organized and conducted a Workshop for all teaching staff members on “PEO’s, CEO’s and COs”. Workshop was conducted by Mr. R. K. Agarwal and assisted by Mr. Nimish Miglani. Staff members were present for the session. Mr. R. K. Agarwal has given information regarding PEO, CEO and CO in accreditation process of NAAC and NBA and its importance. He has taken practicals for each course for MBA and PGDM. Faculty members participated and made PEO and CEO and Cos of their respective subjects. He emphasized on the quality process and its importance.
Session was concluded by question and answer session where queries were asked by faculty members and Mr. R. K. Agarwal has satisfied all queries with explanation and examples.
At the end, Dr. S. G. Soni delivered vote of thanks on behalf of all participants and SGI.
The Suryadatta Group of Institutes has organized and conducted a Workshop for Teaching & Non teaching staff members on “Quality Excellence Through Accreditation”
The Suryadatta Group of Institutes has organized and conducted a Workshop for Teaching & Non teaching staff members on “Quality Excellence Through Accreditation”. Workshop was conducted by Mr. Nimish Miglani, Staff members were present for the session. Mr. Nimish Miglani has given information regarding accreditation process of NAAC and NBA and its importance. He emphasized on the quality process and its importance. Session was concluded by question & answer session where queries were asked by faculty members and Mr. Nimish Miglani has satisfied all queries with explanation & examples.
Suryadatta Group Institutes and Global IT Commune jointly organized National IT Conference at SGI Bavdhan, Pune"
To focus on emerging trends in Software Engineering and Technology, Suryadatta Group of Institute (SGI) and Global IT Commune (GIC) had jointly organized a National IT Conference recently. On the occasion, Suryadatta has conferred IT Excellence Award 2016 to 19 renowned IT professionals from various IT sectors/ companies for their immense contribution in the field of IT.
'The annual conference was organized with a main motto to bridge the gap between academia and industry and keep student managers and future IT Professionals to align with the fast changing technical landscape', informed >Prof. Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya, Chairman, Suryadatta Education Foundation, Pune.>
Present on the occasion were Chief Guest Maninder Singh Bitta, Chairman, All India Anti Terrorism Front along with bigwig of IT Industry Prasad Deore, Director Nasscom; Dr. Shankar Ramamoorthy, Director, Amdocs; Rajneesh Malviya, AVP -Infosys & Centre Head ( Pune DC); Shailendra Jha, vice-president, Cap Gemini; Sanjeeb Kumar Patjoshi, IPS, ADG, & Director Vamnicom; Sunil Avhad, Director, Igate; Anant Varade, Sr. VP & Head, Enterprise Services, Dr. Sharat Airani, Director, Intellinet; Poonam Jain, Manager, Tieto Software Technologies Ltd.
Bitta expressed his concern over how terrorists and people with criminal mindset are using social media to create cyber war as a new mean to spread hatred and discontentment amongst gullible people. Instead of reacting sharply or getting carried away by such content, every person should use their own senses to judge the things. He further said that there is an urgent need to understand the latest technologies to curb the menace. Along with the military people, civilians are equally responsible for overcoming terrorism, he added.
More than 400 students, 50 IT Professionals, 50 Faculty and staff members attended the conference.
Global reform in Landscape of Higher Education says Prof. Susheel Sharma Associate Dean and a Professor of Information Systems (IS) in the Miller College of Business at Ball State University (BSU), United States (USA)
Suryadatta Group of Institutes recently organized a Faculty Development Program (FDP) for its Teachers at its Bavdhan Campus. A cross section of faculties and teacher drawn from Suryadatta National School, Junior College, Department of Business Management, Travel & Tourism Management and other Departments attended the programme.
Prof. Susheel Sharma Associate Dean and a Professor of information systems (IS) in the Miller College of Business at Ball State University, United States conducted the FDP. Prof Sharma is an alumnus of BITS-Pilani and Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIML). Prof. Sharma has a unique distinction of having earned two doctoral degrees. He has over 10 years of administrative leadership experience and more than 25 years of experience in higher education. A Leadership Fellow in Higher Education at Harvard University’s Management Development Program, he has co-authored/edited/co- edited twelve (12) books and published over 240 manuscripts including over eighty (80) refereed journal articles in some of the best journals in his field. His primary research interests are in information systems security, e-Learning, e-Government, computer-mediated communications, human computer interaction (HCI) and community and social informatics. Prior to joining the faculty at Ball State, he was a visiting research associate professor at the Department of Management Science at the University of Waterloo (Canada). He has taught several graduate and undergraduate courses on a variety of subjects including database management, ERP systems (SAP), electronic commerce, computer and network security, management information systems, systems analysis and design, distributed data processing systems, computer networking, and other information systems related subjects. He has earned recognition for his teaching and research and has been a recipient of the Miller College of Business 'Extra Ordinary Year Award' for three consecutive years (2003, 2004, & 2005), Outstanding Researcher of the Year Award at the university level (2006-2007), Outstanding Researcher of the Year at Miller College of Business (2008) and Outstanding Faculty of the Year Award at the university level (2008-2009). Prof Sharma has served as a consultant and advisor to numerous companies and organizations including World Bank funded projects. He, currently serves as editor-in- chief of The International Journal of E-Adoption. He has been a reviewer and member of the editorial boards for several national and international journals. He has travelled worldwide and lectured in several business schools around the globe in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and North America. While focusing his talk on theme “Changing Landscape of Higher Education”, he interacted with faculties and shared his vast experience on how learning process takes place in western countries.
Deliberating on what are the expectations from a Professor/Teacher, he mentioned that a Professor/Teacher is expected to contribute in three areas namely Teaching, Research and Service to Students. He emphasized on 3 Cs as indicator for changing landscape of higher education: Connectism, Constructism, and Collaboration. Through connectism, he emphasized on strong bonding of instructors and students as one cohesive unit which learns together to acquire knowledge. Through Constructism, he highlighted how an instructor now has to take the role of facilitator. Through collaboration, he shared his opinion how students and faculties can create learning committees to mutually gain from each other through lot of research. He encouraged the faculties to take up lots of research activities, and share the same with their students. He asked the faculties to be a catalyst for students in terms of igniting the creativity and challenge their limits. Keeping in mind the globally competitive scenario, Suryadatta Group of Institutes is exploring the possible foreign collaborator and in this context, would pursue such collaboration further with Ball State University (BSU, USA).
Art of Blissful Living - FDP conducted by Oshodhara at Suryadatta
Suryadatta espouses the firm belief that a genius is not born but created, so long as the right conducive environment is nurtured. In keeping with this belief, Faculty Development Programs are conducted for the faculty to unleash their latent talents and to inspire them in recognizing, tapping as well as utilizing their full potential.
Suryadatta Group of Institutes recently organized a Faculty Development Program “Art of Blissful Living” conducted by Oshodhara. The program was conducted by Swami KundKundji on behalf of “OSHO”. It was assisted by Mrs. Bora and her son Mr.Vishal Bora from Kolhapur.
Prof Dr. Sanjay B Chordiya inaugurated the programme and welcomed the esteemed speakers. This week long program highlighted several methods of blissful living and essentially covered various aspects of “Anand Pragya” and “Samadhi Pragya”
Anand Pragya encompassed the basics of blissful living through the eightfold path of Lord Buddha. The main topics covered included positive thinking, Anger management, Right Action, Right living and right commitment. The practical sessions of Dhyan and meditation and experience sharing session were very beneficial.
Samadhi Pragya covered various forms of yoga and its practical application. Some of the participants gave a commitment to adopt yoga Panch Vrata including non-violence, vegetarianism, non-proliferation in the future.
The overall contents of the programme were highly absorbing and definitely beneficial to all the faculty members. The contents will definitely help in achieving the individual goals of the participants as well as the organizational goals. The event enabled spiritual development of all the participants.
Prof. Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya participation in 7th Sakal Educon - Annual Conference on Higher Education at Dubai, From 16th to 19th September, 2011
Sakal Media Group organized EDUCON in Dubai from 16th to 19th September, 2011. Prof. Dr. Sanjay B. Chordiya – Founder President and Chairman- Suryadatta Group of Institutes participated in the same.
The audience for the Educon was a propitious mix of policy makers and implementing authorities such as Vice Chancellors of Universities, Directors of leading institutions, Heads of deemed Universities, leading Industry professionals.
The highlights of this annual conference was - Interaction with Dubai Education Cluster, Interaction between High Profile Educationists and Industry Delegates, and Interaction with key Policy makers from India.
It was based on a theme of Innovative Practices in Universities: The road map for inclusive growth of the nation. During the conference the following topics were essentially included-
Involvement of Stake Holders in building up University Syllabus.
Policy making by involving Stake Holders.
Quality Vs Quantity of students and faculties : How to strike a balance.
Employability Quotient of our student product.
Integration of skill development and vocational; Education in collegiate stream.
Integrated Vocational and technical education.
Encouraging and rewarding self-research / patenting / copy rights / Inventions for new generation scientists and researchers.
Models of PPP in the sector of Higher Education.
The event was placed in the context of today’s prevalent realities. We live today in knowledge age. The world is split into a bipolar existence according to the digital divide. Success in any field presupposes a very good grasp of the various aspects & applications of technology. EDUCON 2011 was all about exploring new horizons of academic brilliance in the knowledge age.
The conference was held in nine sessions with Union human resources development minister Kapil Sibbal and Bharat Forge chairman and managing director Baba Kalyani holding an interaction with participating vice chancellors (VCs) during the first session.
Prof. Dr. Sanjay B Chordiya also chaired a session which had prominent speakers.
It was a readymade platform for direct communication with tremendous impact with a focused niche and very powerful audience. The platform provided enormous opportunities to enforce views in the collective conscious of all the people who matter in one shot!
"National Institute of Personal Management, Pune Chapter has organised HR Faculty Development Program “How to Teach Application Based HR in Classroom”"
National Institute of Personal Management, Pune Chapter has organised HR Faculty Development Program “How to Teach Application Based HR in Classroom” on Sunday, 8th October 2017 & Monday 9th October 2017 from 9 am to 5 pm. The Program was inaugurated by Prof. Sanjay Dhande, IIT Kanpur & member of UGC, Dr. Nitin Karmalkar, Vice Chancellor, Savitribai Phule Pune University.
On first day of FDP there were sessions by eminent personalities from industry. First session was taken on Understanding Business Scenario with respect to HR Processes by Mr Sudhir Gogte, ED-Keihin FIE Pvt. Ltd. Pune. Next session was continued by Mr. Kuldip Joshi, HR Consultant on Training needs & types in Industry. Next topic of Talent Acquisition & Retention was conducted by Dr. S. V. Bhave, Director- HR & IR, Bharat Forge Ltd. Session on Performance Management System was conducted by Mr Sharad Gangal, Executive vice President HR, Admin, IR & Member of Executive Council, Thermax India Ltd. Concluding session was taken by Mr. Sameer Kukade, Director HR, Lear Corporation, Pune on Industrial relation with giving its importance & need for development of interpersonal relationships with some examples.
On second Industrial visits were arranged group wise. Our Group 3 was send to Kalyani Maxicon Wheels & Mahindra in Chakan, Pune Floor Shop visit was conducted with details of production process. An interaction session was conducted covering different HR policies of company like, Recruitment and selection, Training, Payroll & Attendance, Employee Engagement Program, CSR activities, PMS, etc.
"Guest Lecture on “GST & its Implications” by CA Laukik Jain and CA Supriya Bhandari"
The Suryadatta Institute of Management has organized Guest Lecture on GST and its Implication, for all MBA and PGDM students on Friday, 22nd September, 2017.
Following points were discussed in the lecture:
• GST is stage wise destination based consumption tax.
• Broad based and a single comprehensive tax levied on goods and services consumed in an economy.
• To remove cascading effects of taxes this results into low cost of doing businesses.
• Levied and collected on value addition at each stage of sale or purchase of goods or supply of services based on input credit method but without state boundaries.
• Introduce uniform single tax across the supply chain.
• Improvement in international cost competitiveness of indigenous goods and services.
• Enhancement in efficiency in manufacture and distribution due to economies of scale.
• The prices of commodities are expected to come down in the long run as dealers pass on the benefits of reduced tax incidence to consumers by slashing the prices
Speaker also told that what GST is offering:
• Assessment of the impact of GST on different business functions
• Evaluation of transitional impact on current business structure
• Setting up and Implementation of new business model suitable under GST regime
• Handholding post-implementation, Validation and Refinement of the operating model
• Training to Accounts, Finance, Marketing and Supply Chain Team
• Assistance to IT team in implementation of ERP
"Guest Lecture by Ms. Bharati Beri, Head Advertisement and Sales, Aaj Ka Anand Group, Pune"
Ms. Bharati Beri, Head Advertisement and Sales, Aaj Ka Anand Group, Pune has discussed following points on Soft Skills: How It Is Linked with Your Career and Importance of Practical Exposure”
1. Communication Skills- It is not complete without listening.
2. Listening Skills-Listen before you acts and take pointers from experienced one.
3. Creativity- Be creative, innovative and unique
4. Problem Solving- Be your own problem solver. In the corporate world this is one of the challenges faced by us. There is an Irony “Change is Constant”. To be in an organization learn to reduce expenses and increase productivity.
5. Critical Thinking-There has to be lot of analytical thinking, be independent & take responsibility.
6. Leadership- See good in people. Have team spirit.
7. Collaboration- Work in groups.
Ex- We can observe team efforts amongst ants carrying their food.
8. Self-Confidence is the best soft skill.
9. Adaptability- Whatever work is assigned to us, we should adapt to it.
10. Information Technology- Technical knowledge is always backed up with soft skills.
Following Etiquettes were discussed
1. How to shake hand- It should not be too tight or casual, it should be firm.
2. Hair should be properly combed, it should not look shabby.
3. Good dressing sense i.e. decent.
4. Way of sitting should be proper.
5. Must have table manners i.e. way you eat in public.
6. Basically etiquettes are something which are very important for the corporate meetings.
7. There is always learning while earning.
"Guest Lecture by Prof. Col. Shishir Kumar discussed following points on Soft Skills & its importance in Self Management and enhancing interpersonal effectiveness."
Prof. Col. Shishir Kumar discussed following points on Soft Skills & its importance in Self Management and enhancing interpersonal effectiveness.
What are Soft Skills? :
Soft Skill is our internal strength and interpersonal relation with ourselves. Other way round, managing our relation with ourselves is soft skill. SOFT SKILLS are also known as PEOPLE’S SKILL. “Success depends on peoples’ skill.” Soft Skills persuade people to follow ones decision. Thus one must learn and build the command over soft skills.
Principles / Rules of Mastering Soft Skills
1. Not black and white: Building soft skills completely depends on your own internal strength, no special rule is there with which you can master it except for yourself.
2. Portable and valuable to any job and career: Nowadays, jobs and career demand soft skills as they are useful in communication and right conduct in any organization.
3. On-going process: You can reach a level of competency in it but you can always encounter new situations or people that will test your soft skills and push you to learn more.
Important Soft Skills for Self Management:
1. Self Growth: Be a good listener- known as emphatic listener. Always focus on self improvement. Identify your weakness and make programs to come out.
2. Self Awareness: It shows how your actions are driven.
3. Emotion Control: It implies to bring your emotions under control. This also consists of Embarrassment, Anger, Frustration, Ego, and Self Confidence.
4. Stress Management: Stress is a very big issue in the corporate world. Managers are practicing how to manage this issue. One needs to overcome this to acquire
better output and work efficiently.
5. Forget and Forgive: We punish ourselves for the fault of others and also punish others on their faults. This has to be changed, as this may lead to negative attitude
in the work.
6. Persistance and Patience: Be patient while dealing with yourself and your work also have patience while working with others.
Important people’s skills for management
People’s skills = Communication skill + Body language
1. Team Work – Together each earns more
2. Core Competence- There is a cut-throat competition in business as well as cooperate.
3. Interpersonal skill
4. Meeting Skill
5. Presentation Skill
6. Management Skill- Deciding the objectives of the organization.
7. Facilitating Skill- Facilitates the way you do the work.
8. Selling Skill- Determines how professionally and skillfully you sell your products and create the need for your product among the masses.
9. Leadership Skill- It focuses on one side character skill and the other side the knowledge skill of an individual. 12% domain knowledge + rest is leadership knowledge
10. Mentoring and Coaching Skill-Tells about one should mentor himself for the life and coach himself for the performance in work.
11. Self Projection
12. Boss Management- Determines how we should manage our boss, by finding his area of strength and weakness. An employee must compliment his boss and help him in his own projection and skills in dealing with difficult situations is to identify and deal .Thus with respect to be a manager in a corporate, one needs to build and inculcate above mentioned soft skills.
"The department of MBA has organized a Guest Lecture on the topic “Careers in Marketing and International Business”
The department of MBA has organized a Guest Lecture on the topic “Careers in Marketing and International Business” by Ms. Shivani Sharma, Marketing Communications Manager of Mercedes Benz, Pune on 9th September, 2017 at Radhakrishna Hall between 2:00 – 3:00 pm. The students of first and second year MBA attended the session. In her address, Ms. Shivani, stressed the importance of career management in corporate life and shared her expertise on how to prepare for an interview.
She highlighted “Researching the Company” an essential component of interview preparation, as you review the job description; consider what the company is seeking in a candidate. She insisted on making a list of the skills, knowledge, and professional and personal qualities that are required by the employer and are critical for success in the job.
She discussed pre and post interview strategy and techniques, gave tips to students on how to successfully clear the interview. She also explained how to build positive working relationships with all the major stakeholders involved in the process. She requested students to follow comprehensive approach and not to miss on smallest of the details including grooming, body language, and voice modulation. She shared cases, real life examples and exercises which helped students to reduce anxiety and build confidence among them.
"The Suryadatta Institute of Management & Mass Communication (SIMMC) has organized and conducted a Bridge Course, for MBA Semester I students"
The Suryadatta Institute of Management & Mass Communication (SIMMC) has organized and conducted a Bridge Course, for MBA Semester I students from Friday, 4th August 2017 to Saturday, 12th August, 2017.
Two faculty members Dr. Sachin Napate and Prof. Girish Bodhankar took the 30 sessions together within the span of 7 days. Prof. Girish Bodhankar took the sessions on Accounting and Financial Management and Dr. Sachin Napate delivered the sessions on Decision Sciences. The Bridge course was organized for the students of the 1st Semester MBA, as they came from various branches of Graduation such as Agricultural, Science, Arts, Commerce, Engineering, Pharmacy etc.
The main objective to conduct the bridge course is to make aware the students regarding the basic concepts of Financial Accounting, Financial Management and Decision Science. So that they will be confident about the concepts when they actually face the syllabus of MBA and may not get confused.