MBA

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About Department

The Institute currently offers a Two Years full-time MBA course with an intake of 60 seats, is approved by AICTE, affiliated to University of Pune and recognized by DTE (Govt. Of Maharashtra).
The MBA program is spread over four semesters. The first two semesters provide insight into the fundamentals of various disciplines of management and having generalist approach. This is followed by eight weeks summer training to provide proactive interaction with industry and also to provide first hand experience of the corporate career. The third and fourth semester focuses on the chosen specialized area. The curriculum offers a wide choice to the students with specialization as finance, marketing, human resource, production and materials management and IT and IBM.
The program seeks to lay emphasis on improving language proficiency and communication skills of students. It emphasizes on teaching methodology and pedagogy by incorporating more of case discussion, presentation and role playing which makes class room more interactive so that they are more learning oriented.

Features

  1. Committed to impart high quality education.
  2. Centrally Located & well connected sprawling campus spreading over 20 acres.
  3. Equipped with modern teaching aids and state of art infrastructure.
  4. Equipped with a proactive training & placement cell ensuring a formidable industry-academia interface for the professional development of the students.
  5. Job placements for the year 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 are 60% and 100% respectively
    PVG’s IOM has been a member of Association of Management of MBA/MMS Institutes (AMMI), since 2011-2012.

Vision

To be known for developing managerial leaders and entrepreneurs striving for sustainability and inclusive growth.

Mission

  • To be the preferred choice for students, faculty and recruiters.
  • To create and disseminate management knowledge in global context.
  • To imbibe entrepreneurial culture through curriculum, pedagogy and research.
  • To equip students for business leadership.

To implant ethics, sustainability and inclusive growth in all its activities.

Program Outcomes

At the end of the MBA programme the learner will possess the

  1. Generic and Domain Knowledge – Ability to articulate, illustrate, analyze, synthesize and apply the knowledge of principles and frameworks of management and allied domains to the solutions of real-world complex business issues
  1. Problem Solving & Innovation –Ability to Identify, formulate and provide innovative solution frameworks to real world complex business and social problems by systematically applying modern quantitative and qualitative problem solving tools and techniques.
  1. Critical Thinking – Ability to conduct investigation of multidimensional business problems using research based knowledge and research methods to arrive at data driven decisions
  1. Effective Communication –Ability to effectively communicate in cross-cultural settings, in technology mediated environments, especially in the business context and with society at large
  1. Leadership and Team Work – Ability to collaborate in an organizational context and across organizational boundaries and lead themselves and others in the achievement of organizational goals and optimize outcomes for all stakeholders.
  1. Global Orientation and Cross-Cultural Appreciation– Ability to approach any relevant business issues from a global perspective and exhibit an appreciation of Cross Cultural aspects of business and management.
  1. Entrepreneurship – Ability to identify entrepreneurial opportunities and leverage managerial & leadership skills for founding, leading & managing startups as well as professionalizing and growing family businesses.
  1. Environment and Sustainability – Ability to demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development and assess the impact of managerial decisions and business priorities on the societal, economic and environmental aspects.
  1. Social Responsiveness and Ethics – Ability to exhibit a broad appreciation of the ethical and value underpinnings of managerial choices in a political, cross-cultural, globalized, digitized, socio-economic environment and distinguish between ethical and unethical behaviors & act with integrity.
  1. LifeLong Learning – Ability to operate independently in new environment, acquire new knowledge and skills and assimilate them into the internalized knowledge and skills.

VALUES

  • Academic Integrity and Accountability
  • Ethics and Integrity
  • Sustainability and Transparency
  • Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Individual & collective excellence.
  • Diversity, equity & social justice
  • Professional ethics & values based teacher education

Salient Features 

  • Airy class rooms and well equipped Laboratories for effective teaching and learning. Qualified and dedicated faculties.
  • Priority for teaching and Learning. Internet Facility.
  • Well equipped Laboratories. Earn & Learn scheme.
  • Promotion for sports and cultural activities.
  • NSS unit for exposing students to social activities. Special guidance for below average students.
  • Soft Skills training programme.
  • Placement cell for providing Jobs.
  • Competitive Exam Center, who are dreaming to join MPSC & UPSC.
  • Well Equipped Library with wide range of text books, ref. books, magazines & journals.
  • Scholarships & Free ship as per Maharashtra Government & Pune University rules.

GOALS

  • To develop quality consciousness among teachers.
  • To create a strong affinity towards the national values such as Unity, Equality, Religious tolerance.
  • To reorient teacher education to the needs of modern society.
  • To promote educational research.
  • To provide education as an instrument for all round development of students.

OBJECTIVES

  • To develop competencies such as communication power, technological awareness, spirit of accountability, leadership qualities, abilities of decision making & required professional skills.
  • To make the students aware about the issues related to ecology through various activities and make a developing value oriented society by arranging value education programmes . Through the micro teaching sessions & communication skill development classes it will enhance the employability skills.

Master of Business Administration Course Outcomes

  1. Marketing Management (MKT)

  2. Financial Management (FIN)

  3. Human Resources Management (HRM)

  4. Operations & Supply Chain Management (OSCM)

  5. Business Analytics (BA)

Teaching Faculty

 

Dr. Sonali B. Jadhav

Head of Department

Qualification: Ph.D. (Financial Mgt.), M.B.A. (Financial Mgmt.), B.Sc. (Chemistry),NET
Experience: Teaching: -14.5 Years
Area of Interest (s) :Financial Management
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Dr. Sandeep N. Dive

Assistant Professor 

Qualification: Ph.D(Marketing), M.B.A. (Marketing Mgmt.), B.Sc. (Chemistry),NET
Experience: Industry: 05 Years, Teaching: 14 Years
Area of Interest (s) :Sales & Marketing, Training & Placement
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Prof.Sakshi M Wani

Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Com, MBA (Finance and HR), M.Ed,SET
Experience: 07 Years
Area of Interest (s) : Finance and HR
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Prof.Meghana R. Mahajan

Assistant Professor

Qualification: BSC Agri, M.B.A. (Finance)
Experience: 02 Year
Area of Interest (s) :Finance
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Prof. Sonali A. Kale

Assistant Professor

Qualification: MBA ( Major in  Business Analytics and Minor in HR)
Experience: 01 Years
Area of Interest (s) :Digital Business , Business Analytics
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Prof. Bhumika R. Mistry

Assistant Professor

Qualification: MBA Finance & HR,DTL
Experience: 01 Year
Area of Interest (s) :Taxation,Securities Market
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 Admin Staff

Mrs.Anjali R.Gujrathi

Sr.Clerk

Qualification: B.Com,GDC&A
Experience:23 Years

Mr.Rajesh S. Patil

Clerk

Qualification: MCM
Experience: 16 Years
Departmental Library
Library is one of the important resources of the Department of MBA. The Department maintains a departmental library with a rich technical collection of text Books, reference Books, Seminar Reports and Project Reports, for exclusive consumption of MBA students, Faculty and Alumni. Over and above the books for regular curriculum courses, it houses various books useful for competitive examinations.

Sr. No Particulars Details
1 No. of  volumes 3478
2 No. of  Titles 1305
3 No. of  National Journals 12
4 No. of  International Journals 03
5 No. of  CD’s 125
6 No. of  Newspapers 10
7 Seating capacity 30%
8 Internet Facility Yes
9 Project Reports 440
10 Working hours Monday to Friday 9.00AM to 4.00PM

Saturday 9.00AM to 2.00PM

Academic Calendar A.Y.2023-24

Syllabus

Time Table

Industrial Visits

1) Parle, Igatpuri, Nashik

On 13th Jan 2023 Industrial Visit was arranged by MBA Dept for their first and second year students at Parle Biscuits Pvt Ltd in Igatpuri, Nashik. Ms. Nandini, HR Dept. gave brief information about Parle Company. And then madam showed animated movie of Parle products. In this animated movie process of production of confectionary. The Igatpuri Parle unit produces confectionaries like kachha mango bite, melody, mango bite and London dairy candy. Ms. Nandini gave a brief about procurement of raw material, Packaging and transportation. The objective of this visit was to provide an insight regarding internal working of companies. Our students were guided regarding interpersonal skills and communication techniques and industrial practices and regulations during industry visits. Students were exposed to real working environment and shown how things are done in an organization

2) Sahyadri Farm, Mohadi, Nashik.

On 5th July 2022 Industrial Visit was arranged by MBA Dept for their first and second year students at Sahyadri Farms at Mohadi, Nashik. Ms Pooja Kadam, HR Dept. Ms Pooja Kadam, HR Dept. gave brief information about post harvest infrastructure and FFC in Sahyadri Farm. Sahyadri farm is India’s largest integrated fruits and vegetable value chain which is a company of the farmers by the farmers and for the farmers which has been established in 2010. Main objective behind the visit was to make the students aware about the production process, Skill Development Centre and R U World. The objective of this visit was to provide an insight regarding internal working of companies. Our students were guided regarding interpersonal skills and communication techniques and industrial practices and regulations during industry visits. Students were exposed to real working environment and shown how things are done in an organization.

3) Amul, Rajguru Nagar,Khed , Pune

Industrial Visit was carried out at ) Amul, Rajguru Nagar,Khed  Pune, Maharashtra on 29 th February 2020. Especially for the First and Second Year students of MBA Department. Main objective behind the visit was to make the students aware about the manufacturing process of buttermilk, Amul Butter, Milk and Curd. The objective of this visit was to provide an insight regarding internal working of companies. Our students were guided regarding interpersonal skills and communication techniques and industrial practices and regulations during industry visits. Students were exposed to real working environment and shown how things are done in an organization.

4) Hiware Bazaar , Ahmednagar, Maharashtra:-

Industrial Visit was carried out at Hiware Bazaar , Ahmednagar, Maharashtra on 15 th February 2018. Especially for the First and Second Year  students of MBA Department. Main objective behind the visit was to make students aware about Hiware Bazaar has won national renown for the metamorphosis and its success story of the Comprehensive Watershed Development Programme, implemented with the help of NGO, the Village Panchayat and Government Agencies. Mr Chattar, the representative of Hiware Bazaar Gram Panchayat guided regarding the irrigation system and water conservation program with which it has fought the drought and drinking water problems. This visit gave our students self learning experience and understand the reality of this model of development.

5) Impulse Motors Limited, Waluj , MIDC, Aurangabad , Maharashtra:-

Industrial Visit was carried out at Impulse Motors Limited, Waluj , MIDC, Aurangabad , Maharashtra on 4 th February 2017. Especially for the First and Second Year  students of MBA Department. Main objective behind the visit to make students aware with a practical real world perspective on different functions in organizations such as Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations, Customer Services, Logistics, etc. The interaction with Mr. Mahesh Marapalle, CEO, Impulse Pvt. Ltd. gave our students first hand experience about electronic components manufacturing for automobiles and exposure regarding practical working environment.

6) Mapro Food Products Limited, Wai, Satara, Maharashtra:-

Industrial Visit was carried out at Mapro Food Products Limited, Wai, Satara, Maharashtra on 8th February 2015. Especially for the First and Second Year  students of MBA Department. Main objective behind the visit to make students aware about opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. It gave our students practical first hand experience how the management concepts are put into forth. Plant Supervisor Mr Nikhil Hawaleat Mapro Foods Pvt. Ltd., Sindurjane, Satara guided the students to gain an insight into supply chain and product  manufacturing  processes.

7) Nilkamal Plastics Limited, Silvasa , Gujarat :-

Industrial Visit was carried out at, Nilkamal Plastics Limited, Silvasa , Gujarat on 22nd March 2014. Especially for First and Second Year  students of MBA Department. Main objective behind the visit was to make student aware about how various activities related Business processes and practices for which the organisation was known for. It gave immense exposure to the corporate environment and culture. Quality Control Manager Mr. Parag Titarmare at Nilkamal Plastics Ltd., Silvasa guided and gave good learning experience to our students.

Acadamic Year Name of the Staff Type of Event Category
2023-24 Prof. Sonali Kale Curtain Raiser for Softwear Testing FDP
2022-23 Dr. Sonali Jadhav Impact of CSR on a Profitability of Large-Scale Companies in Nashik District: A Desk Research Analysis From 2011-12 to 2016-17 Madhya Pradesh Journal of Social Sciences
A Critical Investigation in Understanding the Impact of Life Insurance for Enhancing Sustainable Development in India. Madhya Bharti Humanities and Social Sciences
Investigation of the Possible of Creative Indian SMES in Long Haul Development Journal of Management & Entrepreneurship
NPTEL – AICTE Faculty Development Program on Organisational Behaviour FDP
NPTEL-Online Certification on Developing Soft Skills and Personality FDP
AICTE Evaluated 2- Week Patent Course AICTE Evaluated Course
Online National Level FDP on Journey towards Excellence through NEP & NAAC Accreditation FDP
Dr Sandeep Dive A Critical Investigation in Understanding the Impact of Life Insurance for Enhancing Sustainable Development in India. Madhya Bharti Humanities and Social Sciences
AICTE Evaluated 2- Week Patent Course AICTE Evaluated Course
Online National Level FDP on Journey towards Excellence through NEP & NAAC Accreditation FDP
Prof Sakshi Wani The Best Risk Management Method for the Manufacturing Industry – A Detailed Analysis Shodhasamhita
A Comparative Analysis of Financial Performance Between Equity Diversified and Equity Mid Cap Mutual Fund Schemes Rabindranath Bharati Journal of Philosophy, UGC CARE Group I Journal –
GST in India: Food and Agricultural ANVESAK, UGC Care Journal Group I Journal
NPTEL-AICTE Faculty Development Program on E-Business FDP
NPTEL-AICTE Faculty Development Program on International Business FDP
NPTEL-Online Certification on E-Business FDP
NPTEL-AICTE Faculty Development Program on International Business FDP
AICTE Evaluated 2- Week Patent Course AICTE Evaluated Course
NPTEL-Online Certification on International Business FDP
Prof Meghana Mahajan A Comparative Analysis of Financial Performance Between Equity Diversified and Equity Mid Cap Mutual Fund Schemes Rabindranath Bharati Journal of Philosophy, UGC CARE Group I Journal –
GST in India: Food and Agricultural ANVESAK, UGC Care Journal Group I Journal
Faculty Orientation WorkshopT. E. (E&TC) Revised Syllabus 2019 FDP
Online National Level FDP on Journey towards Excellence through NEP & NAAC Accreditation FDP
AICTE Evaluated 2- Week Patent Course AICTE Evaluated Course
Prof Sonali Kale AICTE Evaluated 2- Week Patent Course AICTE Evaluated Course
2021-22 Dr. Sonali Jadhav A study on Innovative Teaching Learning Methods in Colleges in Nashik District, Nashik Journal of Philosophy :Rabindra Bharti University
A study of Determinant Factors of Online Shopping Behaviour in Retail Sector ACBCS: Recent Trends & Innovations : In commerce & Management, Computer Science & Education
Adoption of Innovative Teaching Learning Practices in  Colleges in Nashik District Conference- Current Scenario of Innovative Research in Higher Education
Women Entrepreneurship: Opportunities from Ideation to  Implementation” FDP
Emotional Intelligence” FDP
Dr Sandeep Dive A study on Innovative Teaching Learning Methods in Colleges in Nashik District, Nashik Conference- Current Scenario of Innovative Research in Higher Education
Startup & Innovation Cell Conclave
A Post Covid Perspective – A study of determinant factors of online shopping behavior in retail sector Central Management Conclave : CIBM, Nagpur
A Study on Financial Pattern of Small Scale Women Entrepreneurships during Covid-19 situations Journal of Fundamental & Comparative Research
Adoption of Innovative Teaching Learning Practices in  Colleges in Nashik District Conference- Current Scenario of Innovative Research in Higher Education
A study of Determinant Factors of Online Shopping Behaviour in Retail Sector ACBCS: Recent Trends & Innovations : In commerce & Management, Computer Science & Education
Covidonomics & Education FDP
Trends In Financial Management in 2022 FDP
Trends in Marketing & Operation Management in 2022 FDP
Organizational Behavior FDP
Prof Sakshi Wani Organizational Behavior FDP
Prof . Nikita Shewale Women Entrepreneurship Development FDP
Women Entrepreneurship Development FDP
Academic Year  
Name of Student
 
Organising Institute
 
Event Name
 
Category
2023-24 Shruti Dandagawal PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Poster Making- winner Social Awareness
Saurabh Jadhav PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Poster Making- Participation Social Awareness
Shruti Dandagawal PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Poster Making- Winner Social Awareness
2022-23 Mrs. Harshada Kale PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Mismatch Day -Runner up Cultural
Mrs. Bhumika Mistry PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Group Dance – Runner up Cultural
Mr.Sanket C. Somase PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Bollywood Day- Winner Cultural
Mr Bhagyesh Deshpande PVG COE & SSD IOM Nashik Group (Traditional Day) -Winner Cultural
Mr. Pritesh Dahale LPC Cricket Sports
2021-22 Mrs.sonali Kale State Government State Level Drama Competition State Level
2020-21 Mrs.sonali Kale State Government State Level Drama Competition State Level
Mrs.sonali Kale State Government 94th Akhil Bhartiya Marathi Sahitya Sammelan (Participation) National
2018-19 Abhishek Gambhire, Gayatri Thakare, Shubham Paramsagar,
Jagdish Rasal (1st Place)
Institute of Management Research and Technology, Nashik AHOY-Poster Making Social Awareness
Pooja Upadhyay, Shraddha Kharmare,
Rohit Bahidas,
Ganesh Gade.(1st Place)
Institute of Management Research and Technology, Nashik AHOY-
Fashion Show
Social Awareness
Abhishek Gambhire,
Gayatri Thakare,
Pooja Patil. ( 1st Place)
Institute of Management Research and Technology, Nashik AHOY-
Face painting
Cultural
2011-12 Shruti Moraskar, Krishna Shelke,
Mayur Yeole,
Ravindra Kumar, Manohar Walve
( 1st Place)
Sinhgad Institute of Management  and Computer Application, Pune Brilliant Brigade Social Awareness
2010-11 Prabhat Kumar
( 1st Place)
Institute of Management Research and Technology, Nashik AHOY-
Skit Competition
Social Awareness
2009-10 Ishan Aghada , Sushil Kumar.
( 1st Place)
Navjeevan Institute of Management Nashik Tak Dhina Din Cultural
  • On 11 th December 2021 MBA- II Orientation Program was held in Seminar Hall.
  • Celebrated 14th Smrutidin of Late Shrikushna Sadashiv Dhamankar in presence of Hon. Gangutai Dhamankar, Hon. Shri Amol Joshi Registar of PVG & Hon. Shri. Sanjay Gunjal Director PVG
  • Webinar on Financial Planning on Thursday 27th May 2021 Speaker – Dr Devangi R Deore.
  • Webinar on Financial Literacy on Friday 29th October 2021 Speaker -Mr Sanjay Nunes (Representative of AARTH -CDSL)

Distinguished Alumni

Name: Vidit kapadia Name: Sandesh Siddheshwar
Designation:-Sr.SEO Executive Designation:-  AA Mahavitaran
Company Name:VAP Group Digital Media Pvt. Ltd Company Name:Mhavitaran
View about College:Faculty is very supportive and college provide various  opportunity View about College:College provides a structured environment for learning.
Name: Sonali Kale
Name:Vicky Pawar
Designation:- Assistant Professor Designation:- Team Leader
Company Name:- PVG’s COE & SSD IOM,Nashik Company Name:- VIVO Mobiles
View about College:The positive environment Way of teaching The teachers and the people. The faculty is really great and engaging with the students. providing opportunities to realize self-development. View about College:College offers opportunities to meet people from diverse backgrounds, including professors, classmates, and alumni.
Name:Sumit Kedare Name:Akshay Padol
Designation:-Customer Relationship Manager Designation:-Entrepreneur
Company Name: ICICI Securities CompanyName:Jay Shankar Foods
View about College:College is not just about academics; it’s also a time for personal growth and development. Students learn independence, critical thinking, problem-solving skills. View about College: College teaches time management, for success in both personal and professional life.

Pride Toppers for the Academic Year 2022-23

Rank Students Name Percentage
1 Rakhecha Priyanka Narendra 85.97%
2 Mistry Bhumika Ravindra 81.06%
3 Katakiya Dharmesh Rameshbhai 83.41%

Pride Toppers for the Academic Year 2021-22

Rank Students Name Percentage
1 Kale Sonali Anil 87.59%
2 Pawar Vicky Sanjay 85.75%
3 Singhal Ganeshprasad Kailashprasad 83.41%

Pride Toppers for the Academic Year 2020-21

Rank Students Name Percentage
1 Halgekar Jitendra Shankarrao 80.72%
2 Borse Harshada Dadabhau 78.34%
3 Shah Manoj Toshit 77.97%

Pride Toppers for the Academic Year 2019-2020

Rank Students Name Percentage
1 Dhanshree Lahamge 72.43%
2 Deval Bhinde 71.70%
3 Piyush Chavan 69.70%

Pride Toppers for the Academic Year 2018-2019

Rank Students Name Percentage
1 Shraddha Kharmare 70.57%
2 Gayatri Thakare 69.57%
3 Roshan Pawar 68.50%
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