Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS)
The accelerated pace and global scope of business today has made it extremely crucial for educational institutions to churn out those students who are leaders , who have mastered latest concepts and also are self assured , willing to take upon any challenge in life .
Until now management programs were only offered to graduate students from any stream. Then Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) was introduced in the year 1999 by University of Mumbai . Realizing the needs of the industry Navneet Education Society’s Navneet College of Commerce & Science formed its own style of teaching the programme to equip the students with the required skill sets and transform them into great leaders .
This course aims to develop managers with a sense of Passion , Creativity and Commitment . At NDC BMS students are taught how to think and not what to think , how to execute and not just dreamy imaginations . NDC BMS believes in practicality which gives us a competitive edge over others . NES NDC inspires students to develop conventional skills of effective communication , motivation and group dynamics .
NDC BMS pursues knowledge hand in hand with the extra-curriculars with the aim of overall development of an individual with strong personal values . This is done in the following way.
This Course aims at :
- Integrates industry interaction in the form of guest lectures , summer internships , field visits , live projects .
- Develop Communication skills and team work skills through presentations and workshops .
- Encourages community service projects to help sensitise students to their environment .
- Continuously encourages faculty training and enhancement activities .
- Exposing students to a vast range of subjects and helping them break their narrow disciplines and explore the infinite possibilities of various fields for e.g Marketing , Finance & Human Resource Management .
Intake Capacity : 60
Faculties in (BMS) :
|Sr. No.||Name of the Faculty||Designation|
|1.||Pradeep Singh||Asst. Professor|
|2.||Harishankar Singh||Asst. Professor|
|3.||Prashantkumar Pathak||Asst. Professor|
|4.||Varsha Singh||Asst. Professor|
|5.||Rekha Naik||Asst. Professor|
|6.||Manoj Nahak||Asst. Professor|
|7.||Krishna Mishra||Asst. Professor|
|9.||Varsha Singh||Asst. Professor|
|10.||Arun Pralhad Lingade||Asst. Professor|
|11.||Gaurishankar Singh||Asst. Professor|