HOD’s Message

MBA in today’s scenario is considered as a basic qualification for management positions be it in Finance, Marketing, and HR department of an organisation. The major advantages of pursuing MBA is the exposure to the theories of management and their practical implementations, it helps us understand the actual organisational environment, the work culture and the ways to become successful managers in various disciplines.

In the present global business environment, dynamic managers having vision, resource and proficiency to face the problems and challenges are in demand. Keeping this in view, Department of Business Management, CGU trains the students with quality education and skill sets required in the business world. The pedagogy followed is in coherence with the current requirements in order to bring out the best in the students to be a successful managers. The department provides a blended model of theory and practical aspects that match well with the short term and long term requirements of the industry. The department has experienced and young full-time core Faculty in all functional areas of management, who are engaged in teaching, research and outreach activities. The expertise of faculty is the main strength of the department that facilitated us to have a distinctive national professional standing.

Our department provides excellent environment to the students to hone up various management skills and has a continuous process of interaction with corporate, industry leaders through workshops, seminars, lectures and other extracurricular events. The department has able to attract leading firms in large number to take part in the campus recruitment. Today, our alumni have placed at the different leadership positions in the various private, public, multinational, government and non-profit organisations.

About Department

The Faculty of Management imparting MBA degree was established in the Year 2007. The programme is approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, New Delhi. The two-year MBA Programme is designed with the objective of making students corporate-ready, by equipping them with a holistic view of the business environment. The structure of the programme is planned to provide the students with requisite knowledge and management skills. Our faculty aims at carving a niche for itself in management education and adhering to global standards in the perspective of knowledge dissemination. It envisions achieving excellence in teaching and research, designing the pedagogy and course content adapting to the industry dynamics. We believe in fostering a culture of continual learning and to instill global perspectives through international and industry collaborations. Since inception, 12 batches of students have passed out from the school.


To carve a niche for ourselves in management education and adhering to global standards in the perspective of knowledge dissemination.

To achieve excellence in teaching and research.
To design the pedagogy and course content adapting to the industry dynamics .
To instill global perspectives through international and industry collaborations.


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  • Subhamanasini Nayak, Sanjita Lenka, Quality of Work life Programs and Its impacts on Employees’ Quality of Life in the Power Sector, With Particular reference to Odisha,India, Journal of Data Acquisition and Processing, Scopus Indexed, Vol-38(3) pp 755-770 (2023), ISSN:1004-9037, DOI: https://sjcjycl.cn/ DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7922990
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    IJHESM, Vol-3(1), pp:80-105, June 2022, SJIF Impact Factor-5.82, ISSN: 2582-8169,
  • Sanjita Lenka, Sasmita Mishra, “Building a work culture: A key approach to Employee Engagement for Organizational growth and sustainability” GIS Science Journal Vol-9 (7) 2022, pp359-364 UGC- CARE Approved Group ‘II’ Journal (Scopus Indexed), ISSN No: 1869-9391, DOI: 20.18001.GSJ.2022.V9I7.22.39605
  • Neha, Swaroop Mohanty, Badria Sulaiman Alfurhood, Ruhi Bakhare, S. Poongavanam,Rupa Khanna, The Role and Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Retail Business and its Developments, Publisher: IEEE, Page: 1098 – 1101,(2023). Impact Factor:14.91, Quartile:Q1 DOI: 10.1109/AISC56616.2023.10085624 Date Added to IEEE Xplore: 03 April 2023
  • MV Prashanth, Shambhubhardwaj, Raju Ramana, Kundan Kumar Pramanik, Swaroop Mohanty, K. Barua, Implementation of Mining Frequent Patterns on big data Using new Version of Algorithm, Publisher: IEEE, Page: 988-995, (2022). Impact Factor: 14.91, Quartile: Q1, DOI: 10.1109/IIHC55949.2022.10059656 Date Added to IEEE Xplore: 17 March 2023
  • Swaroop Mohanty, Neha, Cryptocurrency And Technology Automation: Customer Perspective To Use Digital Marketing And Fintech Automation Process During Covid 19 In India, Empirical Economics Letters, Vol. 21 (Special Issue 3): (June 2022) ( ISSN 1681- 8997), Vol-21, Issue-3, Page- 89 to 98. Impact Factor: 0.91, Rating C, ABDC
  • Negi, R., Arumugam, M., Nomani (2023), Export Impediments and its Impact on the Performance of Motor and Pump Exports from the Coimbatore Region IIMS Journal of Management Science, 1 29, https://ssrn.com/abstract=4424201
  • Negi, R., Arumugam, M., Nomani, A., & Geeta, S. D. T. (2022). Impact of GST on motor and pump exports in India. , Business Analyst Journal, 42(3) 13-25 DOI 10.1108/BAJ-08-2022-0020
  • Nomani, A., Khan, M., Shajar, S. N., Afzal, M. A., & Salman, M. (2022). Financial crisis of Indian sugar industry: Case study of Uttar Pradesh. , Journal of Statistics and Management Systems,25(5), 13031317. https://doi.org/10.1080/09720510.2022.2092990
  • Manisha Dey, Mili Kar, Sasmita Mishra, Financial Accessibility and Economic Growth: An Assessment of Indian Economy, IIMS Journal of Management Science, Diva Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., Vol 14(1), pp. 62-84 (2022), https://doi.org/10.1177/0976030X221118446
  • Bishnu Prasad Kar, Sasmita Mishra, Madhusmita Tripathy, Microfinance: A Pathway of Success for Self Help Group, Parikalpana – KIIT Journal of Management, Vol. 18.2, pp. 118 – 127 (2022), DOI: 10.23862/kiit parikalpana/2022/v18/i2/215260
  • V. Shanthan Kumar, Dr. Sasmita Mishra, Dr. Samir Kumar Panigrahi, Mohit Yadav, Role of Disruptive Technology in Improving Business Intelligence and Decision Making: An Empirical Investigation, European Chemical Bulletin, Vol. 12 (S3), pp. 373-379 (2023), DOI: 10.31838/ecb/2023.12.s3.047
  • Ahmad Khan, Sasmita Mishra, Pradeep Kumar Mishra, Shiwangi, Sudhanshu, Gouri Shankar Mishra, Tarun Maini, Car Price Prediction System using Machine Lerning, NEUROQUANTOLOGY, Vol. 20(22), pp. 3140-3147 (2022), DOI: 10.48047/NQ.2022.20.22.NQ10311
  • Vishal Kumar, Sasmita Mishra, Gouri Shankar Mishra, Pradeep Kumar Mishra, Anuj Mohan, Avantika Garg, Tarun Maini, Price Prediction for Agricultural Products in India using Machine Learning, NEUROQUANTOLOGY, Vol. 20(20), pp. 2988-2997 (2022), DOI: 10.48047/NQ.2022.20.20.NQ109296
  • Monika Mishra,  Neha Seth, and Laxmidhar Panda, Demystifying the Impact of COVID-19 on Structural Volatility of Indian Sectoral Market: A Quantile Regression Analysis, Vision, Vol-, pp 1-14 (2023). Impact Factor: 0.334, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/09722629231159521

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