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Placement Brochure

2009

marshall
managers ready to lead

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Marshall University


University Mission Statement
Approved by MU Board of Governors on May 12, 2004
Marshall University is a multi-campus public university providing innovative
undergraduate and graduate education that contributes to the development of
society and the individual. The University actively facilitates learning through the
preservation, discovery, synthesis and dissemination of knowledge.

Marshall University Marshall University will :


• Provide affordable, high quality undergraduate and graduate education
Ranked as a ‘Top School’ appropriate for the state and the region
• Provide services and resources to promote student learning, retention, and
US News and World Report, the premier ranking body of colleges and academic success
universities in the US, has ranked Marshall University as a ‘Top School’ among • Foster faculty, staff and student outreach through service activities
all southern master’s universities in their ‘America’s Best Colleges 2005’ issue.
The ranking is based on a study of 1362 colleges and universities in 10 categories • Provide a safe and secure employee work environment
including national universities, liberal arts colleges, Master’s universities in four • Make instruction available throughout Marshall’s service area using all
regions, and comprehensive colleges in four regions. The ‘Master’s Universities - South’ the appropriate modes of delivery
Category contains 132 schools, including 73 public institutions. • Enhance the quality of health care in the region
Marshall University received this distinction of being named a ‘Top Public Master’s • Promote economic development through research, collaboration and
University’ having been ranked the 13th in the South and 43rd among all public and private technological innovations
schools in the category. • Educate a student capable of living and working effectively in a
The University also ranks 16th (tied) among the Southern Group of Schools and is tied for global environment
7th among public Master’s universities in the South, in Peer Assessment by the US News’ • Support and strengthen the faculty, staff, student and
Peer Assessment rating which takes into account opinions of Presidents, Provosts and Deans administrative governance structures in order to promote
of Admission from other Master’s Universities in the region. shared governance of the institution
Surely, it is a reflection of the outstanding faculty of the institution which continues to • Further the intellectual, artistic and cultural life of the
provide its students with top quality educational experience which serves them well. community and region; and
• Adhere to the Marshall University Creed and to the Statement
of Ethics.
Although we are West Virginia’s oldest public institution, we continue to look forward
to our next challenge as an opportunity to excel. We are blessed with dedicated faculty
and staff committed to helping students learn, grow and contribute to the communities in
which they live and serve.
To serve as the 36th president of Marshall University is an extraordinary privilege, one
that comes during a time of unprecedented challenge and remarkable opportunity.
The current problems confronting higher education are formidable. Yet, we
also can foresee vast vistas, rich in possibilities for those institutions of higher
learning that can recognize and act on them.
To be relevant in the 21st century, we must create and produce value that
is evident to our students, communities and the world. This value is
manifested in the capacity and innovative intellectual work that can be performed by our
graduates – their creativity, the market ability of their ideas and intellectual products, their
adaptability and their capacity to continue to learn.
Our commitment, therefore, is to make the students mind market-oriented, make
them apply and integrate what they have learned, so that it can help them for a future of
uncertainty, ambiguity and sudden opportunity.
My wife, Jane and I are very excited and committed to dedicating our full energy and
Marshall University, an exemplar of excellence enthusiasm to realizing the incredible potential we see within Marshall. The university
in teaching and learning, will continue to place excels in many areas that have earned the right to greater visibility and recognition.
its highest priority on providing outstanding We need to highlight and celebrate these achievements, regionally and nationally.
They are beacons that distinguish Marshall University and our contributions to
undergraduate and graduate education, resulting in improving the world.
national recognition in academics and in scholarly,
artistic, and creative achievement.
Marshall’s students will graduate well and be Stephen J. Kopp, Ph.D
prepared for the responsibilities of life within a President

culturally diverse and globally interdependent


society. Marshall will address the changing needs of
the state and region and will return to the community
and state an outstanding value for the resources
invested in the university.

Prof. Chong Kim Dr. Andrew Sikula


Interim Dean Associate Dean
Lewis College of Business Lewis College of Business
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Founded in the year 1938, by Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshi, Bharatiya Sri. N. Ramanuja, is the former Dr. Mathoor Krishnamurthi,
Vidya Bhavan has grown from humble beginnings in the pre- CMD of HMT, a leading PSU. He is presently the Director, Karnataka
independent India to an all India intellectual, cultural and educational is the recipient of National Award of Kendra, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. His
movement. Today it is incessantly endeavouring to imbibe fundamental Senegal during 2001. He was closely over 30 years of Bhavan association
Indian values of life and reintegrate with the new elements suited to modern associated with National Board of has seen him even establish the London
conditions. This goal is being accomplished through over 200 constituent Accreditation, AICTE and India Kendra.
institutions and departments and thousands of voluntary members spread Trade Promotion Organization.
throughout India and 101 institutes abroad. On the educational initiatives, Active in propagating Indian thoughts
Bhavan has established institutions - schools and colleges - on its own and in He is presently the Chairman of and values through television programs
association with other organisations. the Karnataka Kendra - Bharatiya including BBC, he is the author of a
Vidya Bhavan, President - Advisory number of books and the epicentre
The conferment of the prestigious ‘Communal Harmony & National Integration Council of M.P.Birla Institute of of cultural activities of Bhavans,
Award’ for the year 1999 and the ’Gandhi Peace Prize’ for the year 2002 by the Management, BVB Marshall MBA worldwide.
Government of India speak volumes of Bhavan’s commitment to its cause. Bhavan has Program and Member - National
been recognised as ‘Educational Institution of National Eminence’ by the Government of Institute of Engineering, Mysore.
India.
He is also the Director,
Towards management education, Bhavan’s commitment is deep. Four institutions - JSS Centre for Management
•BVB’s S.P.Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai Studies, Sri Jayachamarajendra
•M.P.Birla Institute of Management - Associate BVB, Bangalore College of Engineering, Mysore.
•BVB Institute of Management Studies, Kolkata
•BVB’s Usha and Lakshmi Mittal Institute of Management, New Delhi
are the initiatives in this direction, training hundreds of manager-aspirants.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan now moots the international dimension to its management
education initiative in association with Marshall University.
Sri. A. Krishnamurthy, Sri Peeyush Jain, is the
is the Secretary - Karnataka Treasurer - Karnataka Kendra
Kendra - Bharatiya Vidya - Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.
Bhavan, Director (India) -
He is also the Managing
Bhavan-Marshall MBA
Director of Karmeet
Program, Director - MP Birla
Enterprises (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Institute of Management and
Mysore PGPM Program. An active Rotarian, he is
closely associated with
He is the Former Chairman
Jain International Trade
of Kudremukh Iron Ore Co.,
Organisation.
and former Director of Canara
Bank School of Management
Studies.
He has been actively associated
with Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s
expansion activities.
Marshall University
Has highly qualified and motivated faculty to give their best in
preparing managers for tomorrow.
Our management program is rigorous and is aimed at producing the best
managers who can deliver the best in the industry.
Founded in 1837, Marshall University is the oldest educational institution
in the State of West Virginia, USA and is headquartered in Huntington, West
Virginia and has facilities throughout the State.
It is a State-assisted, interactive university with 16,500-plus students studying at
a given point of time. It offers 26 Associate degree programs, 46 Bachelor degree
programs, 49 Post Graduate degree programs and some in doctoral degree.
It is accredited as an institution of higher learning by the Commission on Institutions
of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and schools and the
AACSB. 71% of the faculty in Marshall University hold Ph.D.’s or the highest degrees in
their fields. 100% of their faculty members for MBA Programs are Ph.D.s.
Bhavan -Marshall MBA Program
Marshall University’s, Lewis College of Business is fully accredited by the AACSB :
International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This is the
Our Vision Our Mission
highest level of accreditation that any Business School can achieve in the world. Our vision is to be a model Our mission is to prepare young
business school and managers with commitment to profession
Even in USA, a mere 30% of all the Business Schools have been able to achieve this level of try to be in the forefront of and loyalty towards the organizations
accreditation. For more information on this, please visit website: www.aacsb.edu. business education, they work for, and train them to play the
consultancy and research. role of genuine change agents with
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) continuously monitors
the accredited Business Schools for quality of education in all respects such as: a strong sense of business ethics.

•Strength and Relevance of Curriculum


•Faculty Quality with regard to teaching effectiveness and
Publications in the field of expertise
•Infrastructure
•Admission Standards for students, etc.
Dr. Chandra Akkihal, Director Dr. N.S. Viswanath
Bhavan-Marshall MBA Program Resident Director,
Professor of Economics at Marshall University, USA Bhavan Marshall MBA Program

He is the recipient of Carolyn B. Hunter Distinguished Faculty Is a doctoral degree holder in Economics from Karnataka
Service Award and has been with Marshall since 1968 as a professor University with academic accomplishments in Statistics,
and researcher. He was the director of the MBA program for 14 years and Economics and Agricultural Marketing Management. He is the
currently serves as director of MU-MBA Program in India for the Lewis founder principal of M.P. Birla Institute of Management, Bharatiya
College of Business (LCOB), the first Marshall degree offered overseas. Vidya Bhavan, Bangalore and taught in B-Schools including the
He is the chairperson of the governing board of the Institute of Advanced Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA) He is
Studies in Dharwad (India). Coveted with a number of awards for distinguished formerly Director of Ohio-Manipal School of Business, Bangalore.
services by the Marshall University, he has helped establish Marshall overseas As Asst. General Manager for two decades in the Karnataka State
international programs in England and Spain. Agricultural Marketing Board, he prepared several research
projects for the World Bank and evolved a Market Intelligence
Prof. Akkihal is the founder president of the Tri-State India Association which System in collaboration with National Informatics Centre (NIC).
provides financial support for higher education, library resources and scholarships at He has 8 years of teaching experience and two decades of research
Marshall. He also has initiated a number of events on campus that attracted hundreds of experience in the industry. Dr. Viswanath has over 60 publications
people from the campus and the community to experience the culture of India including in reputed journals. He teaches Marketing, Market Research and
internationally known Indian artists and musicians. Research Methods. He is also Referee, IIM, Bangalore for fellow
programes. He is the editor of Dharana, Bhavan’s International
Journal of Business.

Bhavan-Marshall Team
Dr. Chandra Akkihal, Director
Bhavan-Marshall MBA Program
Professor of Economics at Marshall University, USA
Dr. N.S. Viswanath
Resident Director, Bhavan Marshall MBA Program
Dr. H.V. Shankaranarayana
Prof. K.L. Ramadas, Advisor, Admissions
Prof. B.K. Ramaswamy
Prof. Basanna Patagundi
Prof. Deepak R.
Prof. Divya Anup
Bhavan-Marshall MBA Program
•Multi-cultural learning Environment : Students from over 15 States in India, 27 Indian
Universities and from Marshall University campuses.
•International Recognition : AACSB accredited MBA degree at your doorstep.
•2-Year Full Time Program : The rigorous full time program provides sustained academic
activity - both on campus and outbound.
•Project based and Problem Solving learning : The pedagogy extends beyond theory into
real-time situations for a variety of hands-on experiences.
•Faculty from US and India : All courses taught by Doctorates in their field, mostly from
Marshall University and professors from latter foreign universities.
•Corporate skills training : Corporate training before one gets into career.
•State of the art infrastructure : Students learn in an absolute corporate ambience with
modern tools of learning at their disposal.
•Opportunity to complete program at US : This program provides an opportunity for
students to study at Marshall University, West Virginia in the last term.

International Recognition
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan perhaps is one of the most respected
intellectual, cultural and educational institutions in India.
With national and international presence, Bhavan’s activities
encompasses cultural and educational spheres which are very
strongly integrated with the emerging New India.
Among the many repercussions of globalisation, managing the change has
been the foremost challenge. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan has seen this as an
imminent need and an opportunity to mould the Indian youth to meet
the challenges of managing the digital competitive global business
environment. This is evidenced in Bhavan’s initiatives in imparting
quality management education through formal and informal
academic programmes.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s association with Marshall University
is a step forward in this direction.
Marshall University and Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan together
offer the best of both worlds to the manager aspirant
with an eye on international corporate
scenario.
Contemporary Curriculum International Alumni of Marshall University
The curriculum for the BVB-Marshall’s MBA Program takes into account the
current needs of the industry and enterprises all over the world. Fine tuned by the - Indians among them
best of academic and industry leaders, it moulds the students holistically enabling them Dr. Anil Sharma, MBA, Ph.D, President & CEO ‘Global Marketing Systems’ Inc.
to be on the lead. Dr. Harish Gorli, MD, MBA, President Mahantech Corporation, USA & Practising Physician in USA
• Accounting • Economics • Management • Marketing • Finance Dr. Nagesh Malavalli, MBA, Ph.D, Principal, M.P. Birla Institute of Management, Bangalore
• Human Resource Management •Business Communication •Project Management Dr. Sorab Vatcha, MBA, Ph.D, Consultant, Silicon Valley, USA
• Hands on Research Project • Quantitative Methods for Business • Profit Planning & Controls Mr. Rajan Natarajan, MBA, Channel Partner, TVS Group of Industries for North America
• Financial Management • Organizational Behaviour • Advanced Marketing Management
Dr. Kirti Jain, MD, MBA, Entrepreneur & Practising Physician, USA
• Government and Business relationships • Management Information System
• Managerial Economics • Production and Operations Management • Business Policy and Strategy Dr. Amit Shah, MBA, Ph.D, Professor of Management, Frostburg State University, USA
Mr. Meghnad Kademani, MBA, Director of Communications Medscripts Inc., USA
In addition to the above, Two Advanced Level Elective Courses in the following areas will have to be
Dr. Sanjiv Gupta, MD, MBA, Entrepreneur & Practising Physician, USA
completed. • Marketing •Finance
Mr. Geddam Srinivas Naidu, MBA, Industrialist, Entrepreneur Hyderabad, India
Dr. Gopal Akkihal, MBA, Ph.D, Formerly Professor of Business Administration Southern WV,
College USA, Entrepreneur & Consultant
Mr. Maddi Venkatesh Rao, MBA, Industrialist - Global Tobacco Exporters Andhra Pradesh

Placement
Placement at Marshall is a continuous process and the services of the Placement
Centre are available for all Marshall graduates. The significance of this is
to meet the demands of Multinational Corporations’ who increasingly are
preferring candidates from management schools that are accredited by
AACSB- International and with a multi-cultural background. Marshall
University Placement Centre has been constantly increasing its linkages
across the globe to every sphere of corporate and industry so that the
students get opportunities to take part in a number of on-campus
and off-campus placement exercises.
The placement process requires student-dossiers to be ready
at the Placement Centre which is widely circulated among the
corporates based on their specifically identified candidate
requirements.
Bhavan-Marshall Managers leading ahead…
Details of Alumni of Bhavan-Marshall working in various reputed organisations
Abhilash Kumar, Baker & Hughes Bidipta Choudhury, TCS N. Aparna, HP Shalini Dixit, Webex Communications
Abhilash Sathyan, Deutsche Bank Chaithra P. Jain, Shoppers Stop Nalini Kumar Sarkar, ICICI Prudential Shalini Ravindran, Thomson Reuters
Abhinandan. V. Kunjali, ICICI Prudential Chandan Pathak, Oracle Corporation Namratha Kumar, Northern Trust Bank Shankar Sthanumoorthy, Genises Software
Abhinav Deepak Marathe, Deloitte Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. Chandra Mohan. B., HCL Technologies Naresh S., ARISCENT Sharat Chandra Reddy, Reuters
Adrianne D., ALLIED Deepak. R., BVB - Marshall MBA Programe Neelam Pachauria, Hexagon Shashidhar. K., Siri Technologies
Akshay Agrawal, Iflex Solutions (Oracle Financials) Deepti Shankar, Dawnday Neha Anil Kumar Jain, Northern Trust Bank Sher Khan, Shobha Renaissance
Anand Chandavarkar, Reuters Dipankar Mohanty, Empower Research Nilu Kumari Singh, ICICI Prudential Shivaram M., Unilever
Anand Ramachandran, Cognizant Technologies G. Kailash, Reuters Nisargh K.R., Tata Consultancy Services Shivram Ashish, Tata Consultancy Services
Anju Lal, ANA Grindleys G.R. Sindhu, Thomson Financials Nuzhat Nagpurwala, Ocwen Financials Shraddha Bhargava, Cognizant Technologies
Ankur Mehrotra, E & Y Ganesh Kumar, Ford Parimala Reddy, ICICI Prudential Shruthi Mulgund, Emphasis
Anusha Jambunathan, Synergia / Wellington Capital Gangadhar Prasad Balija, Iflex Solutions (Oracle Financials) Parimala T.S., Reuters Shushant Jha, Regalex
Aparna Pai, Manipal Cure and Care Gaurav Bajpai, Nandaki Systems Pavan Kumar Kopparam, Volvo Smriti Srivastava, TCS
Arjit Chakraborthy, Deluxus / Kotak Mahendra Gautham Mallikarjuna Swamy, Shshrutha Health Foundation Piyush Solanki, MICO Bosch Soumya Krishnan, HP
Arun Kumar D., Reuters Gunaranjan Singh Chauhan, ICICI Poonam Baghel, Marine Associates Soumya. C.V., Adverto Advertising Pvt. Ltd.
Ashwin. B. Rai, Kandoor Solns Gurusankar Chandran, HP Poornima Damodar Pai, Empower Research Srikala Kannan, Shobha Renaissance
Avijit Patnaik, Reuters Harika Meka, CGI Pradeesh, Cognizant Technologies Srikanth Krishna G., Naukri.com
Bal Supreeth. G., Northern Trust Bank Harish Kumar V.V., Quadri Software Pragya Malaviya, Deutsche Bank Sudarsan S., Office Tiger
Bhaskar Shekar, First Source Harsha B.M., QSO Technologies Pramod. R., Global Edge Software Sudeepta M. Varghese, Ernst & Young
Harshada Sharma, Cognizant Technologies Pranav Kumar, Reuters Sujith Nair, Saigal Sea Trade Pvt. Ltd.
Janak Raj Jagadish Rai, Wep Solutions India Ltd. Pranav Pathak, Birdy Exports Pvt. Ltd. Sujith T.N., Pinnacle Wealth Management
Jeewan Pandey, CGI Purushotham D., Bridgestone / naukri.com Sumana Urmila Das, Reliance Communications
Jevish S. Sheth, Ifocus Financial Services Pvt. Ltd. R.S. Mani Dubey, ICICI Prudential Sumedh Bodhi, IRMB
Jeyakrishna Raman, Ocwen Rainer Vishal Colaco, Tesco Surya Kiran, Goldman Sach
Jineesh, Cognizant Technologies Rajkumari K.N., Deloitte Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. Sushma Vishwanath, Tata Consultancy Services
Jyothi Gupta, I-Gate / Unilever Rakesh Raveendran, Reuters Swapna Jyothi Talanki, First Source
K. Kumar Pasupu Reddy, TCS Raman Tanga, HP Swarna Latha Dangia, Candoor Solutions
Kalpana C. Hebballi, ICICI Prudential / AVIVA Ramya P.H., Citi Bank / Reuters Teena Shine Mathew, Synergia
Kaushik, Cognizant Technologies Ranjeet Singh, Cognizant Technologies Tejaswi Hiremath, Transmarket Group
Madhukar Bettadapura Ramu, Reuters Renin Raj, Greymium Urmila Murthy, Man Power Services
Maitrayee Chakraborty, Deutsche Bank Renu Jain, Reliance Communications V K Nagaraj C., ARISCENT
Malavika Ramaswamy, BVB - Marshall MBA Programe Ritika Singla, Pataudia Contractors Varun. S. Mady, 99acres.com
Manju Bharadwaj, HP Rohan. K., Reuters Varunesh R., Deutsche Bank
Manjunath M.P., Cognizant Technologies Roshan Singh Thakur, Reuters Vedavyas. S. Malagi, Thomson Financials
Mayank Shukla, YES Bank S. Rajaram, Icfai Press Veena Ravichandran, Reuters
Meraj Faiyaz, Redapple Health Solutions Sandeep L., Thomson Reuters Vignesh Venkataraj, Amrut Distilleries
Mijith B., Mobius Knowledge Services Sandeep Pai. K., Ocwen Fiancials Vijay Ramachandran, ICICI
Minakshi Lal, Stylus Software Sandeep Pete, KPMG Vikas Gopal, CESB (Fortune 100)
Mitali Madhusmita Sahoo, ICICI Prudential Sandhya, Anand Rati Vinay Kamat, Lladro
Mohit Kumar P., E & Y Sangeetha Rao, First Source Vinay N.G., Manipal Cure and Care
Mrinal S., Kotak Mahendra Sanjay Chanani, Reliance Life Insurance Vinod Mohan, Office Tiger
Muralidharan Vasudevan, HCL Technologies Sayali Subhash Avalakki, Deloitte Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. Vivek C. Pandalai, Dell India Pvt. Ltd.
Eminent Faculty
The Marshall MBA Program gives the
students the unique and exclusive benefits of
being taught by faculty of highest eminence from
India and abroad.
Dr. Chandra Akkihal
Presently he is the USA-Director of Bhavan-Marshall MBA program in India
and Professor of Economics at Marshall University USA. Professor Akkihal is also
Chairman of the Governing Board and Director of the International Institute for
Advanced Studies in Dharwad (North Karnataka).
He has held many other prestigious positions such as the Director of Graduate Business
programs at Marshall University; (1986-2000); Visiting Scholar at Harvard University
(1984); Visiting Professor at Universities Nebrisensis in Madrid, Spain; (1992); President of
Mid-west Business Economics Association USA (1996-97).
Professor Akkihal’s research work is published in many scholarly Journals in India, USA, Japan
and Canada. He has presented research papers at Academic conferences in the USA, India,
Canada, UK, Thailand, Japan, New Zealand etc.
A veteran Prof. of Economics, Dr. Akkihal has been teaching for more than forty years and is professor
at Marshall University for the past 40 years. He has won many awards including the Charles Webb
Distinguished services award by Lewis College of Business of MU (2000) Graduate Advisor of the year
award (2001) by MU.

Dr. Dallas Brozik


He is a Ph.D in Finance from University of South Carolina and has 34 Papers in Refereed Journals and 20
papers in proceedings at International Conferences.
He is the recipient of College of Business Outstanding Service Award, West Virginia Professor of the year,
Charles E Hedrick Outstanding Faculty Award and Marshall University Service award.
He is also the Editorial Reviewer for Journal of the Academy of Business Administration, Business and
Economic Review and Mid-American Journal of Business.

Dr. Chong. W. Kim


Ph.D in Business Administration. Presently he is the interim dean of Lewis College of Business, Marshall
University. Has taught Courses on Organization Behaviour and Theory, Organization Development and
Change, Principles of Management, Production Management and Personnel Management.
Has published sixteen journal articles and five presentations, thirteen Proceedings in Leading Journals and
is a Member of Editorial Board of Ethics and Critical Thinking Quarterly Journal, Business quarterly Journal
for Entrepreneurs, DIAS Technology Review. Is the recipient of American Medal from Buford Chapter
For Outstanding naturalized American Citizens for qualities of leadership, Trustworthiness, Patriotism and
service, Marshall University Distinguished Service Award, Fellow of the Pan pacific Business Association
Award and is in the list of ‘Who’s Who among American Dr. Loren A. Wenzel
Teachers, 1996. 2002’. Has a Doctorate in Business Administration from University of Memphis with major in Accounting
and Management & Statistics as minor subjects. He is currently professor & Divisions Head, of
Dr. Suneel. K. Maheshwari Accountancy and Legal Environment at Marshall University. His areas of teaching and research interest
A Ph.D in Business Administration with Accounting as Major and include Financial Accounting, History, Educational and Ethical Issues and Behavioral Issues
Finance as Minor from Florida Atlantic University. Prof. Maheshwari in accounting.
has also published many research articles in scholarly Journals in USA &
He was awarded the outstanding Accounting Educator (2004) of West Virginia society CPAs. He has
India.
12 publications and presented eighteen papers.
He has presented research papers in academic conferences in several
countries. Dr. Maheshwari has also authored / co-authored many text books. Dr. Mukesh K. Chaudhry
Prior to his departure to USA from India Dr. Maheshwari worked as Systems A Ph.D in Finance, he is Professor of Finance, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Eberly College of
Analyst at Tata Consultancy Services and as Finance Controller at Holiday Inn Business. He has taught Courses on Financial Theory, options and Futures, Investments and Banking
Corporation. and has published 67 papers. He has reviewed five Journals on Banking and Finance, Journal of Real
Estate Economics, Journal of Future Markets and Financial Practice and Education.
Dr. Michael Newsome
He is a recipient of Outstanding Researcher Award, Lewis College of Business and is a Co-Recipient of
An expert in the field of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics and has
Homer Hoyt Advanced Studies Institute Manuscript Award, Excellence in Teaching Award, Cleveland
active interest in International Economics. He is a Ph.D in Economics from University of
State University and the Best Paper Award at the Global Finance Association Meetings, Mexico.
Kentucky. Has held prestigious positions in the Marshall University such as MBA Director
(2000-2004). He has won the Outstanding Non Tenured Faculty Award and Outstanding Dr. Teresa. A. Daniel
Research Award at Marshall University. He has published many technical papers and executed A Juris Doctorate and Small Business Consultant and Trainer, Employment lawyer and Scholar, Author
many research projects. and Professional Speaker, She is a Versatile Professional with 22 years of hands on business experience
Dr. Lawrence. P. Shao working with Corporations, universities located throughout the United States, South America, China,
India and Europe.
Currently a Professor of Finance in Lewis College of Business, Marshall University. He is a doctorate
from University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Finance. Has held eminent positions such as Division Head of Has authored Books on: The Management of People in Mergers and Acquisitions and Cash
Finance & Economics in MU. Has published many articles and done a lot of research in his field. balance Pensions Plans and has been nominated by the Publisher for the 2001 Society of Human
Resource Management book Award.
Dr. Andrew Sikula Sr.
Presently the Director of the Graduate School of Management and Business and Associate Dean, LCOB. His Dr. Rajendar. K. Garg
nearly four decades of teaching has spanned across Michigan State University, University of Illinois, Murray A Ph.D in Marketing, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, he is currently Professor of
State University, California State University and Marshall University. Has published over 110 journal articles Marketing, Eberly College of Business and IT, Indiana University.
and authored over 25 text books. He has Taught Courses on Marketing Management, E- Marketing Strategies, Global
Marketing Strategies, Internet Marketing and has been the Editor of Journal of
Dr. Uday. S. Tate Digital Business, Journal of E- Business.
Ph.D in Business Administration, University of Tennessee, he is currently Professor of Marketing, Marshall Managing Editor, Competitiveness Review, an International Journal published
University. Uday has taught courses on: Advanced Marketing Management, International Marketing, and by The American Society for Competitiveness.
Principles of Marketing.
He has received the highly commendable award of the year 2005 by
He has to his credit, six recently refereed papers published in International Journals and has reviewed three Emerald Literary Editors Network and has to his credit forty Articles
Papers for academy of International Business, and has reviewed two Manuscripts for Health marketing Published in referee journals.
Quarterly alongwith several other papers for Business and Health Administration Association.
He has received Award For Outstanding Service as a Track Chair For Global Marketing, Lewis College of Dr. Manjulika Koshal
Business Outstanding Non-Tenured Faculty Award, Outstanding Service Award as the proceedings Editor Ph.D in Industrial and Labour Relations, She is a Professor of
for Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators and has been the Advisor of Indian students Association at Operations Management, College of Business Administration,
Marshall University. Ohio University.
Has taught Courses on Quantitative Models
in Operations Management, Managing
Operations and Quality, International Business,
Advanced Operations Strategy and Production
Management and has received Award for Study of
American Women Executives and the Obstacles for
their Advancement. She is listed in the Who’s Who of
American Women. Recipient of Intellectual Contributions
Excellence Award and has more than 100 Publications in
Scholarly Journals to her credit.

Dr. Rajindar. K. Koshal


A Ph.D , University of Rochester, he is Professor of Economics,
Ohio University. He has Presented more than 100 papers at
Professional Meetings including Econometric Society and has to his
credit, six Invited Book Reviews.
A recipient of Rotary International University Teacher Fellow, Outstanding
Graduate Faculty Award and Irwin Distinguished Paper Award, he is also a
Consultant for several organizations which include Asian Development Bank,
Princeton Economic Association and National Science Foundation.
Dr. Gary. S. Metcalf
A Ph.D from Saybrook, he is an Independent organizational consultant based in
Ashland, Kentucky USA. His work Ranges from corporate training and development
to teaching and consulting with online universities, as well as publishing and presenting
internationally.
Currently he is an adjunct faculty member at Capella University in the school of Human
Services, Division of administration and Management and a Part time Faculty member in the
organizational systems.
Currently Serves as Vice President for the International Federation for systems Research.
His research interests lie in the areas of Learning and Change with a special interest in social
systems.
Dr. N.S. Viswanath
Is a doctoral degree holder in Economics from Karnatak University with academic
accomplishments in Statistics, Economics and Agricultural Marketing Management. He is the
founder principal of M.P. Birla Institute of Management, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bangalore
and taught in B-Schools including the Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad
(MICA). As Asst. General Manager for over two decades in the Karnataka State Agricultural
Marketing Board, he prepared several research projects for the World Bank and evolved a
Market Intelligence System in collaboration with National Informatics Centre (NIC). He has
thirteen years of teaching experience and two decades of research experience in the industry.
Dr. Viswanath has over 60 publications in reputed journals. He teaches Marketing, Market
Research and Research Methods. He is also Referee, IIM, Bangalore for fellow programes. He is
the editor of Dharana, Bhavan’s International Journal of Business.
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Finance
Mob : 98867 44058
E-mail : anushalama@aol.com
Academic Qualification DOB : 26th July, 1984
BBM, Mangalore University
Most Preferred Career Options
Corporate Finance, Investment
Banking, Mutual Funds and Stock
Market 02
Project Details Achievements
• “Creating awareness about
Global Warming”
• Participated in various

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management fests, sports and
• “Single flow process in Boeing cultural events

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737 product line” at Goodrich • Audited accounts of block
Aerospace Limited. offices in a district under
Team Size : 07 the guidance of a Chartered
Accountant
Academic Qualification
• Participated in marketing
simulation game conducted by B.Com., (Accountancy Honors),
Uday Tate North Bengal University
Linguistic Skills Most Preferred Career Options
English, Kannada, Hindi, Tulu, Corporate Banking, Investment Banking,
International Business Finance and HR
.
Konkani and Malayalam

P.A Project Details Achievements

inu
• “Benchmarking for New Product • Was ranked 2nd in the

on B Development” Bench Marking was done with Cope Budgeting Simulation

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APQP and gaps were identified between the conducted by Dr.Gary

Ab present practices and APQP. Team Size : 7


• Financial and Trend Analysis of FMCG
Companies for five years as per US GAAP.
Saunders during Advance
Accountancy Course
• Was awarded certificate of
Team Size : 7 excellence for member service
01 • Company Valuation of ISPAT Industries using in AOL, Inc
Financial Ratio Analysis, EVA, MVA, Stock • Participated in inter-class,
Price Valuation, Future development etc. inter- school essay- writing
Team Size : 5
• Participated in drawing
• Future prospects of Coca Cola was studied competitions and won awards

Finance
and two new brands for the company were
• Participated in inter- college
designed
dancing competitions and won
awards
• Graduated in Bharatnatyam
Mob : 99866 42533 •Res: 08263-274889 (Classical Dance)
E-mail : absonbinu@gmail.com Linguistic Skills
DOB : 9th August, 1986
English, Hindi and Nepali
Academic Qualification

Finance
B.Com., Bangalore University
Most Preferred Career Options Achievements
Investments, Portfolio Management, Corporate • Represented Kerala State
Finance, Capital Budgeting and Working Capital Football junior as well as sub
Management and International Finance junior team in the year 2002 and Mob : 97402 56669
Project Details 2005 respectively E-mail : dip_mishra82@yahoo.co.in
• Analyzed the acquisition of Jaguar and • Awarded best midfield player DOB : 2nd September, 1982
Land Rover by TATA and the strategies in Inter collegiate Rotary Football
used in the process. Analyzed the possible tournament 2005
impact of acquisition of Jaguar and Land • Achieved runners up as well as second
Rover by TATA with the help of Dr. Gary runner up in the national level KVS football
Metcalf
• Developed a detailed Traffic
tournament in the year 2003 and 2002
respectively
04
Management Solution for the Roads • Represented Kannur district sub-junior, junior and

hra
Leading to BIAL. Developed a model to senior football team

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tackle the problems of traffic in the road

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• Finalist in the market place online simulation game

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leading to the Bangalore international airport conducted by Prof. Uday Tate during the marketing
by constructing City Air Terminals(CAT) at module

yan
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three main locations of the city
• Participated in the simulation game “Chanakya”
• Participated in the Simulation game
na
Dip
conducted by AIMA and also in the various inter-collegiate
on COPE and also in the online management fests
international Simulation game known as
Virtual Marketplace. Managing a virtual Linguistic Skills
organization and maximizing the profits with English, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil
Academic Qualification • “Drinking Water Supply for Slums in
respect to the competitors in the industry Bangalore” and “Car Pooling” project are
B.Com., Accounts Major,
• Single Flow Analysis at Goodrich Gauhati University, Assam done in “Project Management Module”
Aerospace Services Pvt. Ltd. Analysis under a team size of six members
and recommendations were given for the Most Preferred Career Options
• “Bench marking of Project Management

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betterment of the single piece production Financial analyst, Derivative and Investment
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Practices for New Product Development”
flow.
ar Banking, Corporate Finance, Asset

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– a project done with the help of
Management and Portfolio Management,

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Goodrich Manager in Goodrich Company

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Working Capital Management and

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under a team size of seven members
International Finance

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as part of our “Operation Management

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Project Details Module”
• A study about the financial performance Achievements
of six banks (viz. Canara Bank, HDFC • “Creative thinking in everyday life
Bank, ICICI Bank, Karnataka Bank, State
03 Bank of India, Union Bank of India) was
done in “Finance Accounting Module”
workshop” held at K.C. Das Commerce
College
under a team size of six members • Participated in management fests like
“Ushus” at Christ College in 2007, and
• A study about the financial performance “Kurukshetra” at Manipal Institute of
of Dabur India Ltd. is done in “Finance Technology (MIT), Manipal on 15th &16th
Module” under a team size of three

Finance
February, 2008
members
Linguistic Skills
English, Hindi and Assamese

Mob : 99864 61928


E-mail : athulgnambiar@yahoo.co.in,
BOB : 18th June, 1986
Finance
Mob : 94493 61429
Academic Qualification E-mail : jaiyer8286@rediffmail.com
B.Com., Mahatma Gandhi University DOB : 8th February, 1986
Most Preferred Career Options
Corporate Finance, Investment Banking
Project Details
• Marketing of Bio-diesel our team
had to introduce a new innovative 06
product in to the market with the Achievements

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main objective of attracting investors. Fourth place in the Market Simulation

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Team Size : 5

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game. Conducted by Dr Uday Tate in

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• Study on Tata’s Acquisition of LAND the month of May
ROVER and JAGUAR : This is an Linguistic Skills
rol D • Analysis of acquisition by TATA

a
individual study which we had to Motors (Jaguar and Land Rover) :

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English, Malayalam and Tamil

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do by our self. The main objective A report on successful management style

iy
behind this was to find out strategies of Jaguar and Land Rover by Tata Motors
and new models in which TATA could
come up with in the International
market
Ja
Academic Qualification
under the guidance of Gary Metcalf
• Project on e-waste management :
A report on the development of a
• Financial analysis of Britannia cleaner e-Waste Management system,
B.Sc. (Biotechnology), Mangalore University its awareness to implement for the
Industries a project on financial
analysis of Britannia and make trend Most Preferred Career Options government to implement, team of
analysis with the Industrial Average. Investment Banking, Corporate Finance, 6 under the guidance of Prof Basu

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Team Size : 6 Portfolio Management, Working Capital Patagundi

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• Virtual Company : An annual report

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Management, Mutual Funds, Financial

C Analysis, Capital Budgeting and Micro for 2 years was prepared in a game of

akan Finance COPE (Computer Operation and Planning


Entrepreneur) by a team of 6, I being the

har Project Details team leader under the guidance of

in T • “KANBAN SYSTEM” in GOODRICH Prof. Gary Sounders

Eb
Aerospace Ltd. (2008) under guidance of • Virtual Company – DIGI Systems :
Prof. Lingaraj An annual report for 2 years was
• Financial Analysis of Raymond with prepared in a marketing simulation game
05 Grasim
• Project on “Chocolate production” in
by a team of 3 under the guidance of
Prof. Uday Tate
CAMPCO, Puttur (2005) Achievements
• Project on “Vanilla production” in • Participated in various Management
Mangalore (2006) Fest : MP Birla Institute of Management
– Quiz

Finance • Participated in Business simulation


game conducted by AIMA (All India
Management Association)
• Member of Organizing Committee of
Mob : 98807 92039 “IMPRINTS”- All India level science fest
E-mail : ebin_tharakan2001@yahoo.com in St. Aloysius College, Mangalore
DOB : 27th July, 1985 Linguistic Skills
English, Hindi, Kannada, Konkani and Tulu
Finance
Mob : 98868 02114
E-mail : lalitamaduri@gmail.com
DOB : 31st August, 1985
Academic Qualification
B.Com., Bangalore University
Most Preferred Career Options
Corporate Finance, Asset Management,
Mutual Funds and Portfolio Management 08
Project Details Achievements

.
• Study on TATA’s acquisition of • Secured second place in the
Landrover and Jaguar. This was an market simulation game conducted
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individual project which focused on the

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in 2008

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feasibility of this deal

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• State level Tennis Player.

a
• Project on e-waste management.

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(until 2003)
This was a group project consisting
of 6 members, which focused on the
management of e-waste in Bangalore
• Prizes in dance and singing
competition conducted in school
Lalit
and college
• Study of financial analysis of Britannia
Linguistic Skills
Industries. This was a group project Academic Qualification E-waste Management: As a part of
consisting of 6 members, where we English, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Project Management course this project was
Hindi B.Tech, JNTU
studied the financial condition of the undertaken. Detailed WBS of the process was
company Project Details designed based on the interactions with the
• Most Preferred Career Options : companies and e-waste collecting agencies.

A.K. Finance - Working capital management,


Portfolio management, Asset
The processes at STPI was also incorporated
in our process. Team Size : 6

mar management, Capital budgeting Market Place Business Simulation Game:

u • Projects Details : This was an online simulation game, it

hi K Design and Analysis of VSI fed included all target markets where the team

Krut
Induction Motor: This project is need to sell PC’s using different strategies
based on design and analysis of PWM which includes Advertising, Brand strategies,
VSI-FED Induction Motor driving using Sales channel, R&D, Financial position.
PSIM (Power sim) software. PSIM is a Overall it helped in decision making.
07 simulation package for power electronics Team Size : 3
and motor control Data Storage and Retrieval Process: This
projectwas undertaken at Goodrich Aerospace
Services Pvt. Ltd. The team suggested new
system for data storage and retrieval. Team
Size : 7

Finance Achievements
Bronze medal in business simulation
game conducted by Prof. Uday Tate. Participated
in various fests
Mob : 98448 08691
Linguistic Skills
E-mail : kruthi_10@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 10th October, 1986 Telugu, Hindi and English
Academic Qualification

Finance
B.Com., Mahatma Gandhi University
Most Preferred Career Options
Corporate Finance, Investment Banking,
Portfolio, Mutual Funds, Stock Market and Risk
Analysis • Analyzing and providing Mob : 98867 46834
Work Experience solutions for transportation E-mail : mahaveerjayanth@gmail.com
systems at Goodrich, DOB : 3rd April, 1985
Audited accounts of block offices in a district Bangalore : Under this project
under the guidance of a Chartered Accountant an analysis was made so as
for one year. to optimize the transportation
Project Details systems and also to standardize
• Financial Analysis of Dabur India Ltd.: the routes at Goodrich.
Analysis included overall evaluation of the Team Size : 6 10
R.
strategies and techniques adopted by Dabur Achievements
India Ltd. Future position of the company was • Participated in various
N.
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predicted in terms of stock price.

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management fests, sports and

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Team Size : 3

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cultural events.

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• Developed a production procedure

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• Secured 2nd position in the

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for CHIRON: The project included the

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market simulation game.

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development of a natural perfume, the
a
Conducted by Prof. Udhay Tate
marketing strategies adopted to make it a
profitable product and the SWOT analysis.
Team Size : 5
under Strategic Marketing.
Team Size : 3 persons
Linguistic Skills Mah • Project on Traffic Management in
Bangalore. It was a group project and
the team developed a detailed traffic
• Controlling stray dogs in Bangalore in management solution for roads leading to
co-operation with Bangalore Municipality English, Hindi and Malayalam BIAL. Team Size : 6
: Under this project a research was made as Academic Qualification • Benchmarking of Training Process-
to know the current condition of Bangalore B.E. (Computer Science), Project carried out in Goodrich Aerospace
under the influence of stray dogs and the Viswesvariah Technological University Services Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore. It was a
appropriate remedies for removing the group project and the team dealt with

e
Most Preferred Career Options

g
hurdles caused by stray dogs. Team Size : 7

r
benchmarking Goodrich with other best

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Investment Banking, Corporate Finance
e
practices followed in the industry and

K. G Project Details gave valuable recommendations for


improvements. Team Size : 6

Libu
• Project on Effective Waste Management
System for Bangalore. A complete cycle Achievement
of e-Waste management was designed. • Took part in various inter-college
Team Size : 6 management fests conducted by The
• Study on TATA’s Acquisition of Land Rover Manipal Institute of Management,
09 and Jaguar. It was an individual project Manipal and PESIT College, Bangalore
and mainly dealt with the analysis of the • Secured 1st place in an international
Pros and Cons of the Acquisition and the market simulation game known as
success of the Deal “Virtual Marketplace” Conducted by
Prof. Uday Tate, USA
• Also Received “Service with a Smile”

Finance
award and “Grand Market Master”
Award in the Virtual Marketplace
competition
Linguistic Skills
Mob : 99020 84624 Res : 0468-2215694 English, Kannada and Hindi
E-mail: libukgeorge@gmail.com
DOB : 3rd October, 1985
Academic Qualification
Finance
B.Com. Mob : 99165 00928
Most Preferred Career Options E-mail : yuva0101@yahoo.com
Corporate Finance, Investment Banking, Risk DOB : 30th March, 1984
management and Portfolio Management
Project Details Achievements
• Analyzed the acquisition of Jaguar and • Took part in various inter-college
LandRover by TATA and the strategies used in
the process
management and technical fests
• Secured the 1st place in an
12
• Developed a detailed Traffic management international simulation game
solution for the roads leading to BIAL known as Virtual Marketplace
• Took part in an online international • Received “Service with a Smile
Simulation game known as Virtual Award” in the Virtual Marketplace
Marketplace competition

C.S.
u
• “Benchmarking of Documentation Storage • Received many awards in track and
and retrieval process”. This project was
undertaken at Goodrich Aerospace Services
Pvt. Ltd. The team suggested new system for
field events in athletics
Linguistic Skills
Man
English, Hindi, Telugu and Kannada
data storage and retrieval. Team Size : 7 Academic Qualification Achievements
B. Tech. (Electronics & Communication), • Sun Certified Programmer for the JAVA 2
Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala Platform 1.4
Most Preferred Career Options • Oracle Certification for Introduction to
Corporate Governance and Financial Oracle9i

.
Engineering • Won prizes for mime and dance in inter

a B college festival

ity
Project Details

d
• A project on C-band transponder at VSSC Software & Programming Skills

sh A (ISRO) Trivandrum, Kerala. Designing • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power

e
and implementing CBT base band circuit point, Access.

Mah using VHDL


• Vertical storage of evacuation slides at
Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore
• Mathematical & simulation Tools
• Java, C, C++
• VHDL (Very High Speed Hardware
11 • Marketplace simulation ( A simulation
game on marketing)
Description Language)
• Internet Technologies (HTML)
• A project on Controlling Stray dogs in
Bangalore • Databases (RDBMS, SQL, ORACLE)
Linguistic Skills
English, Malayalam and Hindi

Finance
Mob : 98458 90372
E-mail : mahesh_aditya2003@yahoo.com
DOB : 15th July, 1984
Finance
Academic Qualification
Mob : 98445 58850
B.E. (Mechanical),
Visvesvaraya Technological University E-mail : pratigyanmodi@gmail.com
DOB : 10th May, 1983
Most Preferred Career Options
Derivative and Investment Banking,
Corporate Finance, Asset Management,
Portfolio Management, International
Finance and Working Capital
Management
Achievements
• Participated in national level business 14
Project Details simulation Game-2008 conducted by
• Benchmarking was done with APQP AIMA

i
and identified the gaps between • Participated in inter college fests like
present practices and APQP processes.
Team Size : 6
Ushus of Christ college etc.
• Team won first place in marketplace
Mod
• Tracking Buds - Tracking system to simulation game (part of advanced

gyan
ti
follow up enrolment children in marketing module)
the NCLP scheme as a part Project
Management module
• Did a detailed study about the Merger
Linguistic Skills
English, Hindi and Kannada Pra
and Acquisition Strategy that Tata Academic Qualification
needs to use to Integrate Jaguar and B.Com., Bangalore University
Land Rover in its existing product line
as a part of Management module Most Preferred Career Options
• Project on performance of thermal Investment Banking, Corporate Finance, • Financial Analysis of Hindalco:
Asset Management & Portfolio Analysis of EVA, MVA and ratio Analysis

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barrier coated diesel engine in

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Management and comparison being done in the same

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engineering

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Project Details industry. Team Size : 5

Mar • Project on Feasibility of Serviced


Apartments: Research being Done on
the feasibility of serviced apartment in
• Analyzing and providing feasible
solutions for Vertical storage of
Evacuation slides at Goodrich, Bangalore.
the hospitality Industry. Team Size : 4 Team Size : 6
• Project on “study on preservation Achievements
of tigers”: This project was undertaken • Participated and reached Zonal semi
13 by us to address the serious issue of
poaching and Smuggling of animal
final in All India Management Game
conducted by AIMA-RPG in Coimbatore
skin This project was a team project • Represented school in cricket and tennis
consisting of 5 members and I was the at district level
team leader
• Successfully organized inter-collegiate

Finance
fest during Graduation (being part of the
core- committee)
Linguistic Skills
English and Hindi
Mob : 99451 55333
E-mail : h.maruthi@gmail.com
DOB : 14th February, 1984
Academic Qualification
B.Com., Bangalore University
Finance
Most Preferred Career Options Mob: 98860 71296 Res : 0821-2415123
Operations (Quality management), E – mail : solankirahul29@yahoo.co.in
Wealth Management and Corporate DOB : 29th March, 1986
finance and HR
Work Experience
• Worked as a process associate in HP
from June’06 - Jan’07
• Worked as a customer executive in 16
IBM from March’07 - June’07

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Project Details Achievements
• Analysis of Several Automobile Participated and won intercollegiate
lank
Companies Financial Performance debate and skit competitions

ul So
h
• Development and launch of a new Linguistic Skills
product for Marketing
• A detailed study about the merger
and acquisition strategy that Tata
English, Hindi, Kannada and Telugu
Ra
needs to use to integrate Jaguar and
Land Rover in its existing product line Academic Qualification
• Took part in a competitive Simulation BBM, Mysore University
game known as Marketplace Most Preferred Career Options
• A project with Goodrich, Bangalore Working Capital Management, Inventories
on Benchmarking of documentation Management, Stocks Market, Corporate

.
storage and retrieval process Finance, Mutual Funds

thi N Project Details Achievements

Pree • Development and launch of a new


product for Marketing
• HR Tools and implementation
• Participated in Zonal level Kabadi
• Participated in Management Fest
conducted by Mahaveer College and
methodology of various companies was Manipal Institute of Management
analyzed Linguistic Skills
• Took part in a competitive Simulation English, Hindi and Kannada
15 game known as Marketplace conducted
by Prof. Uday Tate
• Benchmarking of Project Management in
New Product Development at Goodrich
Aerospace Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

Finance
Mob : 99161 61842 Res : 080-2364 8854
E-mail: preethisid@gmail.com
DOB : 3rd January, 1986
Finance
Mob : 97432 21751
Academic Qualification E-mail : sahanah16@gmail.com
B.Tech. (Electronics & DOB : 16th April, 1986
Telecommunication), B.P.U.T. University
Most Preferred Career Options
Financial and Investment Analysis
Project Details Achievements
• Micromouse Pathfinder • Achieved 1st rank in 18
(Robotics),VHDL Simulation Intercollegiate Robotics Project
• Comparison of Bajaj auto and Hero • JAVA certificate from NIIT
Honda • RED CROSS membership
• Waste Management, Sales analysis Linguistic Skills

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of Coco Cola India Pvt. Ltd.
Hindi, English and Oriya

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• Women entrepreneurship

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• Analysis of FMCG companies:
Detailed analysis of five FMCG
companies on the basis of ratio and
trend Analysis
Sa
Academic Qualification • Research study on “Cross cultural
• Market Simulation: A real time training” Cross-cultural training is
simulation game on Marketing B.Sc., Bangalore University
planned intervention designed to
activities Most Preferred Career Options increase the knowledge and skills of
• Database management system at Corporate Finance, Mutual Funds and expatriates to live and work effectively

r
Good Rich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. Insurance and achieve general life satisfaction in an

uma Project Details unfamiliar host culture. Team Size : 5

K
• Project on “SAVE TIGER” Team Size : 7

v
• Project on “Golden rice”- A genetically

ajee modified crop, a project on the process


of developing the bio-technologically
• KANBAN at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt.
Ltd., Bangalore - the feasibility of

R engineered crop. Team Size : 3


• Financial analysis of the company
“Moserbaer”- EVA, MVA, Trend Analysis,
implementation of Kanban, a type of
inventory replenishment system in
Goodrich. Team Size : 6
investment advice and stock price Achievements
17 forecasting of the company.
Team Size : 4
• Awarded second place in music
competition
• A research study on “TATA Motors” • Awarded third place in “market place” a
regarding the acquisition of Jaguar and simulation game
Land Rover. Team Size : 7
Linguistic Skills

Finance
English, Hindi, Kannada and Gujrathi

Mob : 93420 46403


E-mail : rajeshw_26nov@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 15th February, 1983
Academic Qualification
B.Tech. (Electronics &
Finance
Telecommunication), Biju Pattnaik
University of technology Mob : 98861 20239
E-mail : ashilshah@gmail.com
Most Preferred Career Options DOB : 19th August, 1984
Asset Management and Wealth
Management
Project Details Achievements
• Project on improvement of training • Awarded the distinction award by
processes at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt.
Ltd.
the Chandigarh university for tabla
(Completed 4 th year in tabla)
20
• Study on TATA’s Acquisition of Land • Champion of the Karnataka region

shik
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Rover and Jaguar. It was an individual in the Market Simulation Game
project and mainly dealt with the organized by AIMA

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analysis of the Pros and Cons of the

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Linguistic Skills

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Acquisition and the success of the

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English, Hindi, Oriya and Bengali

Sha
Deal
• Worked on Water Problem in
Bangalore”. Developed plans for
better water supply and use of water
resources in Bangalore Academic Qualification
• Developed and Marketed a Company BBA, Gujarat University
known as Prakriti FPR in Marketing Most Preferred Career Options
Simulation Game International Business Finance, Investment
Banking, Corporate Finance and HR

s Project Details Achievements

it Da • Designing single piece flow for Goodrich • Was ranked 3rd in the Cope Budgeting

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Aerospace Services Pvt. Ltd. simulation conducted by Dr. Gary

Sau (Team of 7 members)


• Finance and trend analysis of IT
Saunders during Advance Accountancy
Course
• Participated in various inter- college
Companies for five years.
(Team of 7 members) managerial events
• Company valuation of Arvind Mills Ltd. • Core committee member for inter-college
19 in regards to financial ratios, EVA, MVA,
Stock price valuation, etc.
managerial event, Image consisting of
events like group discussion, quiz, mad
(Team of 5 members) ad show & cultural
• Predicting future of Coca-Cola Company Linguistic Skills
and suggesting two new brands English, Hindi and Gujarati

Finance
Mob : 99645 00231
E-mail : saumit_das@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 13th March, 1986
Finance
Academic Qualification Mob : 99860 22395
B.Com., Bangalore University E-mail : sudhan_113@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 11th March, 1986
Most Preferred Career Options
Corporate Finance, Financial
Analysis, Investment Banking and
Asset Management
Project Details
• Project on child labor in Karnataka • Optimisation of Transportation
22
through Micro Finance. We visited routes at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt.
an NGO which helped children who Ltd., Bangalore
were rescued from child labor and

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• Development and lunched a new

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education and other facilities. And product in marketing module for
complete programming chart was
prepared under this Project
coco-cola

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• Study on TATA’s Acquisition of Land
• HR Tools and implementation

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methodology of various companies

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Rover and Jaguar’s strategies and

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was analysed
Current position of these company
and there product line was Linguistic Skills
analyzed English, Hindi and Kannada Academic Qualification
• Financial Analysis of Raymond B.Com
company in India. Comparison Most Preferred Career Options Achievements
of garment Companies financial
position and the trend analysis Equity Market, Investment Banking and • Director of International Affairs Bhavan
Portfolio Management Marshall Club of Rotaract

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business simulation game conducted

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management
• Financial analysis of Pharmaceuticals
Company in India • Third place in Business Behavoiur
(Benhard’s Blaze)
• Bench marking of documentation storage
and retrieval process at GOODRICH • First place in marketing simulation game
Aerospace Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore conducted by AIMA
21 • Analysis of Acquisition by TATA Motors Linguistic Skills
(Jaguar and Land Rover) English and Tamil

Finance
Mob : 99029 66219
E-mail : shaheen_najmeen@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 11th June, 1984
Academic Qualification
B.Com
Finance
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra
Mob : 97393 21107
Most Preferred Career Options E-mail : karthiks_85@yahoo.com
Investment Banking, Corporate Finance • Storage problem in Goodrich DOB : 16th June, 1985
and Portfolio Management Aerospace : A design of a vertical
Project Details storage rack for evacuation slides
• Company Valuation of ISPAT used in beoing and airbus was
Industries : In this project financial introduced to increase the storage
analysis, EVA and MVA trend
analysis, Investment advice and
efficiency of warehouse. By
introducing the rack the company
24
stock price forecasting of ISPAT can save 68% of the area. This was

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a team project consisting of six

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INDUSTRIES was done. This was a
team project consisting of four team members.
Achievements
Kart
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members.
• Marketing project on market • Regional champion in business
game conducted by AIMA in 2008 in
wam
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potential of G.P.S. navigator
enabled taxi : A marketing research Bangalore.
and strategy was made for an • Fifth rank holder in zonal Semi
innovative product in India. This final of business game CHANAKYA
was a team project consisting of six conducted by AIMA in Coimbatore. Academic Qualification • Study on Tata acquisition of Jaguar
members. • Member of semifinalist college table B.Com., Osmania University and Land Rover.
• Stray dogs problem in Bangalore tennis team in inter management Most Preferred Career Options • Traffic Management on roads
: A frame work was made for the college tournament. connecting to BIAL: It was done
Finance, Investments, Financial as a team project working on traffic

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Bangalore Nagar Palike to solve the

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Linguistic Skills Management and Portfolio Management

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stray dog problem in Bangalore. This management on roads leading to BIAL by

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English and Hindi Project Details constructing City Air Terminals.

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was a team project consisting of six
members.

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6 FMCG Companies (Coke, Nestle,
Achievements

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Bronze medal in Marketing simulation game

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Kellogg’s, Pepsi, Avon, P7G) : It was conducted by Prof. Uday Tate

Sum done as a team project with 9 members


by analyzing past 5 years results of those
above mentioned companies.
Linguistic Skills
English, Telugu and Hindi
• Single Piece Flow Process for
23 GOODRICH Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. :
It was taken up as a team project with 6
people working on development of this
process for their efficient production.

Finance
Mob : 98863 79912
E-mail : malik_sumitraj@hotmail.com
DOB : 12th December, 1984
Academic Qualification
BBM (Finance), Bangalore University
Finance
Most Preferred Career Options
Mob : 93420 08055
Micro Finance, Corporate Finance, E-mail : savla8055@gmail.com
Investment Banking, Capital Budgeting, Achievements: DOB : 25th December, 1985
International Finance and Capital
Markets. • Finalist : Finance Event - “MANAGE”,
PES-Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Project Details (2007)
• Autumn Project: “A study on physical • Finalist :Finance Event - “PARADIGM”,
distribution of goods in Music Industry
in Karnataka” with special reference
MP Birla Institute of Management,
(2008)
26
to Jhankar Music-Understanding of

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supply chain management of music • Semi Finalist - “ACUMEN”, IIM B and
industry in state (Under Graduation) Business Today (2008)
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• DOCC Project: “Change in production • College coordinator for Finance Event,

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process from Batch to Single Flow Evigna (2008). • Project on e-waste management:

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A framework made for government

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Process of Boeing 737 product in Good • College coordinator for Table Tennis

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Rich Aerospace Ltd.” (Fortune 500 Inter College sports Tournament (2008) to implement a cleaner e-Waste
company) (Team Leader) (2008)
“A study on Cruising Industry in world
Linguistic Skills
English, Hindi and Kannada
Vijay Management system. This was a team
project consisting of six team members
and I was the team leader
with special reference to ROYAL
CARIBBEAN Cruises Ltd.” (Team • Kanban for production consumables
Academic Qualification in Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. :
Leader) (2008)
B.Com., Bangalore University A system was introduced to increase the
“A study on Rural Women
Most Preferred Career Options storage area by decreasing the inventory
Entrepreneurs benefited from Micro
level from 2 months to 1 week and to
Finance with the support of AWAKE, Corporate Finance, Working Capital improve the 5S. This was a team project
Bangalore (2007) Management and Capital Budgeting

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consisting of six members

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• Company Valuation of ISPAT

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• Won Appreciation award from

Vij industries: In this project financial


analysis, EVA and MVA trend analysis,
Investment advice and stock price
Sesadripuram College for serving NAAC
Committee in 2006
• Participated PES Institute of
forecasting of ISPAT INDUSTRIES was
done. This was a team project consisting Management - Finance Event
of six team members and I was the team • Christ (Ohio University) - Finance Event.
25 leader • Manipal Institute of Management -
• Marketing project on Bio-Diesel: Business Plan
A marketing research and strategy was • M P Birla Institute of Management - Best
made for an innovative product in India. Manager
This was a team project consisting of five
team members and I was the team leader • AIMA - Management Game (CHANAKYA)

Finance
• Secured 1st position in COPE budgeting
game conducted by Prof Gary Sounders
• Secured highest market value in the
market simulation game conducted by
Mob : 99011 22326 Prof. Uday Tate
E-mail : Kotur2002@yahoo.co.in Linguistic Skills
DOB : 25th September, 1986 English, Hindi, Gujarati, Kannada and Tamil
Finance
Academic Qualification
B.Com., Bangalore University Mob : 98868 60676
Most Preferred Career Options E-mail : ynkesthur@gmail.com
DOB : 1st October, 1984
Investment Banking, Corporate Finance
and Mutual Funds
Project Details Achievement
• Project on Empowerment of Women in
Karnataka through micro finance. We
• Bronze Medal in the DUKE OF
EDINBURGH AWARDEES awarded by
28
worked on a model to deliver credit the Duke of Edinburgh
to Rural women in Karnataka through • Second place in the market simulation
thur
es
Post Offices. Team Size : 6 game (Conducted by Prof. Uday Tate
• Study on TATA’s Acquisition of LAND USA)

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ROVER and JAGUAR. It was an • Chairman of the College Management

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individual project on the Pros and Cons
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Fest (EVIGNA) at my college Bhavan
of the Acquisition and the success of
the Deal
• Financial Analysis of Pharmaceutical
Marshall University
Linguistic Skills Yo
companies in India. We analyzed the English, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Hindi
Pharmaceutical Sector and the Future Academic Qualification
in India. Team Size : 6 B.Com., Bangalore University
• Study on the Financial performance Most Preferred Career Options
Bajaj Auto and Comparison with Hero Corporate Finance, Portfolio Management

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Honda. Team Size : 5 and Investments

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ma • Project in Goodrich Aerospace Services • Participated in National level business

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Pvt Ltd (US Based Fortune 500 company) simulation Game-2008 conducted by

as - Bangalore, on change in production AIMA RPG in association with ICFAI

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process from batch to single process of Business School Bangalore
Boeing737 product line • Took part in an online Simulation, Virtual
• Project on tracking system of education Marketing game known as Virtual
of children from child labour Marketplace
27 • Management Project- Review of
Management style of TATA and a study
• Took part in various inter-college
management fests
on how TATA can manage Jaguar and Linguistic Skills
Land Rover
English, Hindi and Kannada

Finance
Mob : 98448 08690
E-mail : vikas_kumar_vn29@yahoo.com
DOB : 29th July, 1986
Academic Qualification
B.Tech. (Pharmaceutical Engineering &
Technology), Barathidasan University
Marketing
Most Preferred Career Options
Mob : 99165 55358
Global Marketing, Advertising, Brand and E-mail : anoop_gupta17@yahoo.com
Product management, Market Research DOB : 27th December, 1986
and Analysis
Project Details
• “Single flow process in Boeing 737 • “Formulation and evaluation of
product line” at Goodrich Aerospace transdermal patches of Amlodipine
The complete process for single flow
was designed and a comparative study
besylate” done during B.Tech.
Transdermal drug delivery system 30
of batch processing was done. Was is administering medicaments in

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leading a team of 6 the form of patches that delivers

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drugs for systemic effects at a

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• Study on TATA’s Acquisition of LAND

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predetermined and controlled rate. In

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ROVER and JAGUAR. It was an

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this project, I studied how effectively

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individual project and mainly dealt

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the drug Amlodipine besylate can be

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with the analysis of the Pros and Cons

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of the Acquisition and the success of administered through transdermal

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the Deal patches
• Worked on “Biodiesel” project for
the Marketing module. Was the
Achievements
Ranked #3 in Marketing & Business
simulation project conducted by Dr. Uday
An
team member of 5 working on its Academic Qualification
production, benefits and sources Tate
B.Sc. (Biology), VBS Purvanchal University
Linguistic Skills
Most Preferred Career Options
English, Tamil and Malayalam

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Market Research and Sales, Supply Chain

ins Management, Retail Marketing

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Project Details

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Benchmarking of Training Processes at analysis was done to cure the

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Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. problem of Stray Dogs in Bangalore.

ge We came up with a proposal what

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• Accounting: Detailed analysis of five
FMCG companies on the basis of ratio can be daone to eliminate this
and trend Analysis. Britannia, Dabur, problem. Team Size : 6
Hindustan Uniliver Ltd, Cadbury and Achievements
29 Nestle. Team Size : 6 • Secured awards many times at
• Marketing: There was a Market district level G.K. Competitions
research done on how to use the waste • Got second position in Aids
an d how to do the waste management. Awareness Program in College
We came up with a solution how to competition
utilize the waste and how to decompose

Marketing
• Got rewarded by Narendra Singh
that. Team Size : 6
Gaur (Higher Educational Minister
of Uttar Pradesh) in 1997 in General
Knowledge competition
Linguistic Skills
Mob : 99168 40608
E-mail : angelin.sr@gmail.com Hindi and English
DOB : 11th October, 1984
Marketing
Mob : 94493 72972
E-mail: badarish@gmail.com
Academic Qualification DOB : 23rd September, 1982
BBA, Bangalore University
Most Preferred Career Options
Sales, Retail Service Industry and
Advertising
Project Details Achievements 32
• A study on “customer satisfaction at • Winner in cricket college tournament
Advaith Hyundai”, Bangalore • Was a core committee member in
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• Design of Data Storage and Retrieval degree fest
System at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt.
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• Have played basket ball for college
Ltd., Bangalore. Team Size : 7 team
• Virtual Market simulation game in • Participated in many management
marketing: The team had to market fests
and sell laptops and desktops in
virtual markets. Team Size : 3 Linguistic Skills Academic Qualification
Kannada, Hindi and English Bachelor’s in Human Resource
Development, Mangalore University
Most Preferred Career Options
Retail Marketing, Product and Service

B.R. Marketing

mar Project Details

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• Job-Satisfaction of employees at • Transportation Problem at Goodrich

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• Marketing of Service Apartments analysis was made so as to optimize
in Bangalore : A detailed study was the transportation systems and also to
conducted to suggest strategies for standardize the routes at Goodrich.
effective marketing and also value added Team Size : 6
services for elite group of customers Achievements
31 • Review of Management style of • Rewarded as Grand-Master for making
TATA and a study on how TATA can the company No.1 among 8 companies
manage Jaguar and Land Rover : A in the Marketing Simulation game
study on how TATA should manage the (Marketplace)
two premier brands Jaguar and Land • Participated in many of the management
Rover after acquisition

Marketing
fests at both under-graduate and post-
graduate program. ‘KURUKSHETRA’
at Manipal Institute of Management,
‘MANAGE’ at P.E.S- I.U.P, ‘PARADIGM’ at
M.P. Birla Institute of Management
Mob : 99162 06609 Linguistic Skills
E-mail : arjunkumar85@gmail.com
DOB : 2nd September, 1985 English, Hindi, Kannada and Telugu
Marketing
Mob : 99165 02121
E-mail : ganesh8614@gmail.com
DOB : 14th June, 1986
Academic qualification
BBM, Mangalore University
Most Preferred Career Option
Marketing Research, Retail Management
and Customer Relationship Management
Project Details
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• Developed a model to tackle the

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problems of traffic in the road leading
to the Bangalore international airport
by constructing City Air Terminals(CAT)
Gan
at three main locations of the city

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• Operations : Vertical storage
of evacuation slides at Goodrich
Aerospace Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore Ch
• Marketing : Simulation Game in
Marketing: Marketing of a laptops and Academic Qualification
desktops in virtual market
BBM, Andhra University
Achievements
Most Preferred Career Options
Won prizes in debates, and quizzes.
Retail and service Marketing, International
Marketing and Advertising

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arat • Market Potential of Santoor soap in • Bronze medal in marketing simulation

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Hyderabad region: An individual project game conducted by Prof. Uday Tate,
done for 45 days to study the overall market USA
potential of Santoor soap during graduation • Energizer Bunny Award in marketing
• Tracking system to follow up enrolment simulation game conducted by
children in the NCLP scheme as a part Prof. Uday Tate, USA
Project Management module • Won 2nd prize in Foot Ball
33 • Study on Tata acquisition of Jaguar and tournament
Land Rover Linguistic Skills
• New Product Development at GOODRICH English, Telugu and Hindi
Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. : A Benchmarking Study
of New Product Development processes.

Marketing
Team Size : 7

Mob : 97416 35453


Email : barath 84@gmail.com
DOB : 22nd June, 1984
Academic Qualification
B.E. (Mechanical), Vishweshwariah

Marketing
Technological University • Market Research for Matrix
Cellular (International) Services
Project Details Pvt. Ltd.: Project aimed at exploring
• Vertical Storage for Evacuation opportunities for the company in
Slides of Airplanes: An operations Bangalore Corporate houses.
management project as part of module • Market Research Service Apartments Mob : 99867 08302
was carried out at Goodrich Aerospace in Bangalore and Opportunities in E-mail : Fayaz_bhat2007@yahoo.co.in
Pvt Ltd, Bangalore concentrating on Hospitality: There was a Market research DOB : 28th August, 1982
minimization of storage space and done on hospitality industry and opportunities
maximization in utilization of the for Service Apartments in Bangalore. The study
capacity of the plant. Team Size : 6 proposed clear market segmentation, target
• A Study on marketing concepts as market, promotion strategies, marketing mix
adopted by NGO (Botton Village,
UK): The objective of the project
concepts and brand positioning.
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Team Size : 3

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was to have a detailed study and
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• Finite Element Analysis of Underframe of a Power

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research of marketing concepts as

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Car of Diesel Multiple Unit: Main aim of the project was

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applied to NGO’s with reference

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to analyze the Stress Distribution of the proposed under

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to Botton Village, UK, one of the

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frame for DMU and modify the high stressed components in
community taken care of by The
Camphill Village Trust. The study
the initial static analysis. The static analysis of proposed under
frame of the power car of DMU designed for DMRC (Delhi Metro
ayaz
F
revealed many aspects of fund raising
Rail Corporation) was carried out at BEML, R&D BEML, Bangalore
for the community and importance
complex. The analysis was carried out using FEA software PRO
of brand creation for NGO’s. This
project established the importance of MECHANICA wildfire 2.0. Team Size : 4
Academic Qualification
Marketing –Mix Strategies, Database Achievements
driven – direct marketing, Relationship B.Sc., Kashmir University
Participated in several quizzes, part of several folk Performances
Fundraising, Psychological Influences Most Preferred Career Options
such as motivation, perception, belief Linguistic Skills
Service Marketing, Global Marketing,
and Benchmarking. Team Size : 4 Kannada, Hindi, German and English
Market Research and Development

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Project Details

thi P • e-Waste Management Project • Case Study for Royal Caribbean Cruise

ep for Bangalore : A complete Lines, Ltd. : The case was all about the progress

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e-Waste management process made by a shipping company, RCCL, Ltd. How
was designed with the help of they developed the CRUISE Line Business and
organizations, e-Waste collecting made good profits besides entertaining the
agencies and STPI. people. The team size was five
Team Size : 6 • Benchmarking of Training Processes at
35 • Market Simulation : Marketing of
Product in Virtual Market. A good
Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd.
Achievements
experience of real time marketing
events • Distinction in Software Diploma (COPA, ITI)
• Championship for District Level Thangtha
(Marshall Art), Bronze medal in Marketing

Marketing
Simulation game, Organised By Dr. Uday Tate in
June 2008
• Achievement Certificate from Cottage & Small
Scale Industries (J&K)
Mob : 99805 11302 • Active member for Evigna-07 and 08
E-mail : deepthibasavaraj@gmail.com Linguistic Skills
DOB : 11th June, 1985 English, Hindi, Urdu, Kashmiri and Arabic (Basic)
Academic Qualification

Marketing
B.Sc. (Information Technology), Karnataka
State Open University
Most Preferred Career Options
Market Analysis and Research, Global
Marketing, Advertising and Brand Mob : 99020 84625
Management • A study to control menace of stray E-mail : mohan.tyagi@yahoo.co.in
Project Details dogs in Bangalore in collaboration DOB : 24th November, 1986
• Benchmarking of training process with the municipality : Collecting
in Goodrich Aerospace, Bangalore data from municipality on stray dogs and
: Analyzing and developing measures problems, analyzing through surveys and
for better employee training and formulation of a plan to control the menace
in a specific region with the highest number of
improvement through reviews and
skills matrix in accordance to national problems. Also the study was further on treatment 38
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and finding homes for the dogs.

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standards and competitive necessity.

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Group project - 6 members

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Group project - 6 team members
• Active participation in a global • Bus Automation System using SQL and Netbeans

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(Java as the core language for development) :

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simulation game called Marketplace

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simulation : Marketing activity Developing a computerized bus reservation system wherein
oriented real life business simulation the route information, billing, bus availability, removing or
replacing a bus and advance booking were taken care of.
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where brand management, advertising

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Group project - 3 members

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strategy and sales management were
key roles with the goal of maintaining a Achievements
balance scorecard with the parameters • Secured 4th rank in Higher Secondary Examination under Meghalaya
of creation of wealth, finance Board of School Education Academic Qualification
management, market effectiveness, • Secured 3rd position in the marketing simulation game “Marketplace6”
investment in future and market B.Sc. (Maths), Rajasthan University
performance. “Marketplace6”.Group Linguistic Skills Most Preferred Career Options
project - 3 team members English, Hindi, Assamese and Bengali Marketing and Sales, Retail Marketing,
Operation and Productions

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a Sa • Single flow process in Boeing • Marketplace: A Simulation Game

it 737 product line: An operations Simulation of Realtime marketing

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management project carried out at environment. The team had to evolve
Goodrich Aerospace Pvt Ltd, Bangalore marketing strategies market for a product
concentrating on Improvement of product in virtual market
line by batch production to single flow • Women Entrepreneurship:
process. Team Size : 6 A study on microfinance for women
37 • Accounting: Analysis of Auto-mobiles
companies: Detailed analysis of five
entrepreneurship. Team Size : 07
Achievements
companies on the basis of financial
• Energizer bunny award in marketing
performance and trend Analysis.
simulation in Advanced marketing
Team Size : 6
module by Dr. Uday Tate, USA

Marketing
• Got second position award in B.Sc.
(maths) at the district level
Linguistic Skills
Hindi and English
Mob : 97390 97612
E-mail : tweety.kavita@gmail.com
DOB : 1st March, 1985
Academic Qualification
B.Tech. (Information Technology), Mob : 97393 10600
Anna University E-mail : pritesh.mudia@gmail.com
Most Preferred Career Options DOB : 2nd February, 1983

Marketing
Global Marketing, Advertising, Brand and
Product management
Work Experience
Work Experience of 18 months at
GE Corporate Information Service
Project Details
• “Effective utilization of Transport facility” • Developed and marketed a “GPS Navigator” for
at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd., I was the cabs, as a part of the Marketing module. I lead
team leader for a team of 6
• Study on TATA’s Acquisition of LAND
the team of 5 members. Learnt the basics of
product and brand management 40
ROVER and JAGUAR. It was an individual
project and mainly dealt with the analysis
Achievements

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N. M
• Ranked #2 in Marketing & Business simulation
of the Pros and Cons of the Acquisition project conducted by Dr.Uday Tate

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and the success of the Deal

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• Awarded “Star of the Month” at GE Corporate
• Worked on “Save Tiger” project for the
Project management module. Was the
team member of 6 working on various
Information Service for exemplary performance
during the month of May 2006
Prite
aspects of saving tiger and the future • Awarded “Best Team” at GE Corporate
effects of current funding to support their Information Service for the month of January
Academic Qualification
livelihood 2006
B.E. (Mechanical), Nagpur University
Linguistic Skills
Most Preferred Career Options
English, Tamil, Hindi and Malayalam
Technical Marketing, Export Marketing and

van Manufacturing Industries

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Project Details Achievements

aha Seminar, Projects Engineering and • Best marketing performance and best

M Operations Industry Award for Shakti Systems in

anth • “Cryo Treatment on High Speed Steel


virtual business

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• Cleared IRDA (Insurance Regulatory

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Tool Using Liquid Nitrogen” at Ashok

ra Leyland, Bhandara Development Authority) exam in 2007

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• Entrepreneurship Development at Shakti
• Executive member of MPESA
(Mechanical & Prod. Engineering
39 Drive INN
Students Association) and conducted
National level fest (ZEAL-05) in final
• Marketplace: Simulation of Market year Engineering
Place: Developing Marketing Strategies
in Virtual Market for a Product Linguistic Skills
English, Gujarati, Hindi and Marathi

Marketing
Mob : 97390 98055
E-mail : prashmahadev@gmail.com
DOB : 25th September, 1983
Marketing
Mob : 99028 77027
E-mail : rashmi07jha@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 2nd June, 1984

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Academic Qualification
B.Com., Allahabad University

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Most Preferred Career Options
Marketing and Planning
Achievements Ras
• Awarded for participating in School
Drama and Commerce Quiz Academic Qualification
• Won prize for winning the Inter House B.A. (Sociology) (Honours), Delhi University
Cricket Competition Most Preferred Career Options Achievements
Linguistic Skills Brand Management and Advertising • Slum Service under NSS Wing of
English and Hindi Maitreyi College : Worked for the
Project Details
college NSS wing for teaching slum

ani • Internship Project with Advanced


Fiber System Pvt. Ltd. : Completed
children in the year 2006 at Huaz Khas

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village in New Delhi. Time Size : 10

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Internship on Fiber management system,

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• Invitaion for playwriting from

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optical fiber components and brand

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HelpAge India and ARDSI, Delhi
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management for Advanced Fiber System

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Pvt. Ltd. in Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore. Wing, 2005 : Wrote, acted and directed
Individual work a hindi play “Aas” for college NSS wing
working with a team of seven students
• Operation Management Project
with Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd. • Currently acting Event Head, Marketing
event “Norseman” for college fest,
41 : Completed a project on single flow
process for manufacturing of Boeing 737 EVIGNA - 2009
evacuation slides at Goodrich Aerospace • Participated in Disaster Management
Pvt. Ltd., Whitefield, Bangalore. course under Ministry of Civil Defence
Team Size : 6 • Participated in paper reading by UN for
Inter college competition in Miranda

Marketing
House college, Delhi University for
Women empowerment in 2007
• Acted as the school vice captain for the
year 2001-02
Mob : 93416 16108 Linguistic Skills
E-mail : rahul_athwani@yahoo.co.in English, Hindi and Maithili
DOB : 6th April, 1984
Mob : 97316 33443
E-mail : shivu.venkatapur@gmail.com
Academic Qualification • A study of “Waste management”
DOB : 7th February, 1985
B.E. (Electronics & Communication), in Bangalore. Conducted surveys
and performed the segmentation of

Marketing
Visvesvaraya Technological University
the market which led to the deciding
Most Preferred Career Options of the target market. Developed a
Market Analysis and Research, Global marketing plan for waste minimization
Marketing, Advertising and Product and disposal for the specific target market
Development and was leading a team of 6 members
Project Details • Developed a “Pick and Place Line following
• “Kanban for production consumables” autonomous Robot”, using 89C51 microcontroller.
at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd., This autonomous robot follows a black line
44
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Bangalore. A two bin system has been and removes magnetic metal obstacles on its

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way to dump it in the drop zone. We have suitably

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designed for weekly consumption
and a status dash board for the visual programmed the AT89C51 microcontroller using mVision
2- Keil software to take care of all the processes i.e.
atap
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control of inventory was designed and

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was leading a team of 6 memebers navigation, motor control and foraging. Was leading a team
• Active participation in a global of 4 members

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market simulation game known Achievements
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as “Marketplace 6”. This was • Secured third position in the market simulation game,
a virtual market where a virtual “Marketplace6”
company had to run a business of • Participated in various management fests, sports and other cultural
laptops and desktops. This being a activities
team game, we had to manage the Academic Qualification
different aspects of the company Linguistic Skills BBM, Gulbarga University
from marketing strategy, brand English, Hindi and Bengali Most Preferred Career Options
management, sales management, and
advertising management to financial Marketing
management. Was leading a team of 6

Das Project Details

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members • Sales Promotion in Mother Dairy (Nandini

tan Milk), Bangalore

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• Participated in Marketing and Finance
simulation game
• Bench marking of data storage and
retrivel system at Goodrich Aerospace
Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore
43 Achievements
Participated in many competitions in school
and graduation
Linguistic Skills
Kannada, English, Hindi and Telugu

Marketing
Mob : 98860 26943
E-mail: meetsantanudas@yahoo.co.in
DOB : 3rd August, 1983
Academic Qualification
B.E. (Biomedical Engineering),
Marketing
Manipal University
Achievements Mob : 98864 59069
Most Preferred Career Options
E-mail : tusharja@gmail.com
Retailing, Relationship Marketing, Customer • Won price in various essay DOB : 1st June, 1985
Relationship Management and Consumer competitions organized by Corporation
behavior Bank, Rotoract Club of Bangalore
Project Details • Won prices in swimming competitions
• A Generic Framework for Biomedical organized by Manipal Institute of
Technology, PM Swimming Centre
Pattern Discovery and Visualization of
ECG signals • Headed department fest 46
• Analog Signal Transmission (in engineering) MASIP 2006
• Market Place 6 : A simulation game • Member of Biomedical Engineering,

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where marketing strategies had to be Manipal Chapter

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evolved for a product in Virtual Market • Represented college in number of
Management fests in Marketing

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Event organized by MP Birla Institute
of Management, Manipal Institute
of Management, IUPA (PESIT), Christ
College Institute of Management etc
Linguistic Skills
Academic Qualification
English, Hindi, Telugu and Kannada
B.Sc. (Microbiology), • A detailed study of Merger and Acquisition
Acharya Nagarjuna University Strategy that Tata needs to use to Integrate
Most Preferred Career Options Jaguar and Land Rover in its existing product

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line

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Branding and Brand Management, Product

d Development, Global and Retail Marketing • Analyzed various companies HR tools and

how Work Experience


implementation methodology

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• Took part in a competitive simulation based
on COPE

avan months at Kistler Morse Automation


Limited • Took part in an online competitive Simulation

Sr Project Details
• Analysis Automobile Companies in terms
game Known as Marketplace
• Benchmarking of New Product Development
Processes at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt. Ltd.
of Financial Performance
45 • Analysis of Financial Performance: Maruti
• A study for Drinking Water Management for
Slums for Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara
Suzuki Palike (BBMP), Bangalore
• Development and Launch of a New Achievements
Product for Marketing
• Took part in Various Inter-college
management fests. Was in the top three in

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Best Manager Event held at Christ College
• Was part of a delegation in a International
Sales Conference in Delhi, Conducted by CII
• Took part in a Seminar on Enterprise Risk
Mob : 98444 79732 Management held by CII
E-mail- Sra_vanthi2000@yahoo.co.in Linguistic Skills
DOB : 10th July, 1985
English, Hindi, Kannada and Telugu
Mob : 99028 87731
E-mail : veena.b.k2008@gmail.com
Academic Qualification Achievements DOB : 19th April, 1987
B.Sc. (Biotechnology), • Selected as campus ambassador

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Karnataka University (CAP) and was trained in Bangalore
Most Preferred Career Options and Mysore campus to assist them
to analyze and recruit students from
Global Marketing, Expand Horizon and various bagrounds
HR (Training and Recruitment)
• Active involvement in cultural activities
Project Details (classical dance) Masters degree holder in
• Tissue culture and seed germination dance and also thrice national award winner
(AGRI university, Dharwad) • Was continuously awarded as BEST BOY in school
• Study of supply chain management
and its problems in Retail industry and
and PUC and also in degree
• Was invited to many colleges as guest speaker on
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Ltd., Bangalore

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announced as YOUTH ICON by the then president of India
• Internship in global marketing and Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

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company structure in DE Company

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• Held the positions like president, district head in rotary and

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DUBAI rotaract club
• Training and delivering lectures over • Faculty in dep’t of performing arts in various universities and
importance of English in professional scholarship holder from government
level in professional colleges in many
universities Linguistic Skills Academic Qualification
English, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Hindi and Marathi BBM, Bangalore University
Most Preferred Career Options
Advertising, Customer Relation • Traffic management on the roads leading
Management to BIAL. This was a group project and was
leading a team of 6 members. In this the

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traffic management on the roads leading

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conducted for Radio City 91.1 FM”

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was done

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• Developing and launching of a new • Vertical Storage of Evacuation Slides. This

Va product. This was a group project


consisting of 5 members, led by me.
In this particular project product
was a group project and was leading a
team of 6 memebers. In this the designing
of alternative storage space for the
development and brand management
was done evacuation slides was done
47 • Analyzing the acquisition of Jaguar
and rover by TATA. Group project in
Achievements
• Best Manager in the management fest
which the acquisition of the Jaguar conducted during graduation in MLACW
and land Rover by TATA was analyzed. • Gave several music performances at
The advantages of the acquisition for various renowned places like Ravindra
TATA and also the changes that can Kalakshetra

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be made to the brands were analyzed
• Secured 3rd position in the market
simulation game
• Secured first place in regional level
simulation game conducted by AIMA
Mob : 92421 53765 Linguistic Skills
E-mail : vasantnritya@gmail.com
DOB : 18th February, 1986 English, Hindi, Kannada and Telugu
Academic Qualification
B.Com., Nagarjuna University
Marketing
Most Preferred Career Options
Mob : 99644 13727 Res: 044-6587 3761
Customer Relationship Marketing, Service • Transportation System for
E-mail : Vigneshshah@gmail.com
Marketing and Advertising Goodrich Aerospace : A
DOB : 22nd July, 1987
transportation system was modified to
Project Details minimize the cost by reducing 10 routes
• 8 to 8 Service Centre : This project is to 8 routes and to increase the occupancy
about providing services to the customer level of the buses. This was a team project
by helping to get their bike serviced at consisting of six members
the company’s service centre. This was
a team project consisting of six team
Achievements 50
members and I was the team leader • Participated in various Management Fests:

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PES Institute of Management - Marketing Event.

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• Company Valuation of RAYMOND :

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Manipal Institute of Management - Marketing event.

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In this project financial analysis, EVA and

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AIMA - Management Game (CHANAKYA)
MVA trend analysis, Investment advice

sh
and stock price forecasting of RAYMOND • Secured 1st position in COPE budgeting game conducted by

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Prof Gary Sounders

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was done. This was a team project

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consisting of six team members • Secured silver medal in the market simulation game conducted
• Project on “Tracking Buds” : A by Prof Uday Tate USA
framework made for “an Insight to • Awarded with “BEST ROPE” in mountaineering by the Indian army
tracking system to follow up Children captian in the year 2003 Academic Qualification
in the National Child Labour Project • Actively participated in national camps through NSS B.Com., University of Madras • Transportation problem for GOOD RICH
Scheme”. This was a team project Most Preferred Career Options Aerospace Pvt. Ltd., - Analyzing all the
consisting of six team members Linguistic Skills
Marketing various possibilities of the transportation

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English, Hindi and Telugu problem and providing them a feasible

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Project Details

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solution that will be helpful for the

dhile • Waste Management : A detailed analysis optimization of routes

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of need for Waste Management and the Achievements

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benefits that can be derived out of the

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• First Place in Marketing Simulation -

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effective handling of waste

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Conducted by Dr. Uday Tate

atan • Marketing Strategies of Tata for Jaguar


and Rover - A complete marketing • First Place in Accounts Cope Budgeting. -

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strategy of Tata after the take over of Conducted by Prof Gary Saunders
Jaguar and Land Rover to from Ford • Participated in Dance Event - Christ Ohio
Motor Company to make them leader in • Participated in Finance Event -Manipal
49 the SUV segment
• Marketing Simulation - A virtual Business
Institute of Management
• Participated in Quiz Event - M.P. Birla
game (PC Industry) where we had to use Institute of Management
all the marketing strategies to satisfy • Participated in Marketing Event - PESIM
the consumer needs and wants and to
compete with the competitors and to • Participated in AIMA National

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become the market leader Management Simulation Fest
• Participated in Bhavan’s Cricket League
• Designed Evigna - 08 Posture
(Bhavan - Marshall Management Fest)
Mob : 97392 77304 Linguistic Skills
E-mail : midhil0808@yahoo.co.in English, Hindi, Gujarati and Tamil
DOB : 8th August, 1987
Academic Qualification
B.Com., VBS
Most Preferred Career Options
Marketing Sales, Retail marketing and
Supply Chain Management
Project Details Achievements
• Benchmarking of Training Process • Got second position in G.K.
: An operation management project competition conducted by APTECH
carried out at Goodrich Aerospace Pvt.
• Won awards in Chess competition
Ltd., Bangalore regarding Single piece
conducted by college in 2003
flow production process-Team of 7
• Participated in inter school cricket
• Sales Analysis report of Coca-Cola
tournament and also in Bhavan’s
product done individually. Took active
Cricket League Tournament
participation in Market Simulation
game-Team of 3 • Participated in Table Tennis
tournament conducted by Bhavan
• Financial Performance and Trend
Analysis of Tata Steel Linguistic Skills
• Save Tiger Project was undertaken English and Hindi
to save the Tiger from hunting and
detailed analysis was done to find out
the solution-Team of 6

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Vish
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Mob : 99862 07884
E-mail : Vishnu.mishra123@gmail.com
DOB : 27th April, 1984
bharatiya vidya bhavan
marshall university, usa
No.43, Race Course Road, Bangalore 560 001, India
•Phone: +91-80-2237 0445 / 46 •Fax +91-80-2237 0447
•E-mail: mba2@bhavan-marshall.org •Website: www.bhavan-marshall.org