Essay: Students Perception Towards TMIMT Infrastructural Facilities

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

TEERTAHNKER MAHAVEER INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY (TMIMT) has been working for attainment of a mission to develop highly skilled and professional human resource for industry and business. In TMIMT the management leaders of tomorrow daone their skills is well planned and spacious. The campus has develop excellent infrastructural facilities day by day such as- class rooms, labs, libraries, staff residential, sports, high speed internet connectivity, transport etc.to support its academic endeavours. The infrastructure so created is more than sufficient to meet the current requirements of the academic programs being offered in the campus and it shall address the immediate future need.

INTRODUCTION ABOUT INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES

Infrastructure refers to the fundamental facilities and systems serving a country, city, or area,including the services and facilities necessary for its economy to function. It typically characterises technical structures such as roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, electrical grids, telecommunications, and so forth, and can be defined as “the physical components of interrelated systems providing commodities and services essential to enable, sustain, or enhance societal living conditions.Engineers generally limit the use of the term “infrastructure” to describe fixed assets that are in the form of a large network, in other words, “hard” infrastructure.

The term infrastructure is often confused with the following overlapping or related conceptsThat infrastructure investments contributed to more than half of Africa’s improved growth performance between 1990 and 2According to researchers at the Overseas Development Institute, the lack of infrastructure in many developing countries represents one of the most significant limitations to economic growth and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Infrastructure investments and maintenance can be very expensive, especially in such as areas as landlocked, rural and sparsely populated countries in Africa.

Civil defense planners and developmental economists generally refer to both hard and soft infrastructure, including public services such as schools and hospitals, emergency services such as police and fire fighting, and basic financial services.

The term critical infrastructure has been widely adopted to distinguish those infrastructure elements that, if significantly damaged or destroyed, would cause serious disruption of the dependent system or organization.

Urban infrastructure

Urban or municipal infrastructure refers to hard infrastructure systems generally owned and operated by municipalities, such as streets, water distribution, and sewers. It may also include some of the facilities associated with soft infrastructure, such as parks, public pools and libraries. Green infrastructure is a concept that highlights the importance of the natural environment in decisions about land use planning. In particular there is an emphasis on the “life support” functions provided by a network of natural ecosystems, with an emphasis on interconnectivity to support long-term sustainability.The term infrastructure is often confused with the following overlapping or related concepts.That infrastructure investments contributed to more than half of Africa’s improved growth performance between 1990 and 2According to researchers at the Overseas Development Institute, the lack of infrastructure in many developing countries represents one of the most significant limitations to economic growth and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Infrastructure investments and maintenance can be very expensive, especially in such as areas as landlocked, rural and sparsely populated countries in Africa. It has been argued 005, and increased investment is necessary to maintain growth and tackle poverty. The returns to investment in infrastructure are very significant, with on average thirty to forty percent returns for telecommunications (ICT) investments, over forty percent for electricity generation, and eighty percent for roads. The demand for infrastructure, both by consumers and by companies is much higher than the amount invested.

Profile of Institution

About TMU

Teerthanker Mahaveer University is a Jain Minority State Private University established by Act No. 30 of 2008 of the Government of Uttar Pradesh and has been approved by University Grants Commission (UGC) under Section 2(f) of UGC Act, 1956. The university is located on National Highway-24 and is barely 144 Kms from National Capital, New Delhi. The University stand committed to the ideals of Lord Mahaveer i.e. Right Philosophy, Right Knowledge, and Right Conduct in all its operations and aspires to be recognized as an ultimate destination for world-class education.

The university owes its origin to Teerthanker Mahaveer Institute of Management and Technology (TMIMT), which forayed into professional education in the year 2001 by offering courses such as BBA, BCA, MCA, MBA, B. Ed, M. Ed and B. Sc. (Home Science). After the university came in to existence in 2008, these programs are being run under the TMIMT and Department of Home Science. Subsequently colleges/departments like: Dental, Medical,

Engineering, Pharmacy, Nursing, Para-medical Sciences, Physiotherapy, Architecture, Law, Journalism, Physical Education, Polytechnic, Agriculture, Directorate of Distance Education, Social Work, Hospital Administration, Fine Arts, Language Studies, Jain Studies, Women Studies and Disability Studies  have been created to meet the rising aspirations of the youth.

Currently the university offers wide range of programs having high employability potential through its 17 on campus colleges and 6 independent teaching departments. The university has made extensive collaborative arrangements with leading national and international institutions to ensure quality. The programs are designed and reviewed in consultation with professional organizations and industry experts in order to provide a strong academic vigour and industrial perspective and are delivered by excellent faculty, who are known for their dedication to teaching and research, and close ties with the national and international academic and business community.

The programs are conducted in highly conducive learning environment which seeks to develop the power for critical thinking and analysis.  We understand that students and professionals with communication and language skills are better able to explore ideas, gain critical and analytical skills and develop an understanding of what it is like to work in a global environment; hence we apply modern teaching practices placing strong emphasis on oral and written skills.

The college is perceived as an institution nurturing talent to meet the growing requirements of trained manpower in diverse functional areas of the industry and corporate world. The college has established itself as a hub of multifaceted academic, research and consultancy activities and guides students on how to climb up the corporate ladder with total professionalism and commitment.

The college offers a wide range of academic programs at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. All the courses are designed taking into consideration the specific needs of the industry and market. The emphasis is laid on both theoretical, research and practical training to provide exposure to the students in various areas of management and computer applications. For this, the dignitaries of national and international repute are invited to guide the students in addition to the inputs from the acclaimed faculty of the college.

The college gives top priority to experiential and process oriented learning. The pedagogical tools include: extensive use of case studies, industrial training, simulation exercises, business news analysis, computer and business quizzes, computer and management games and industry-oriented projects to create awareness among the students.

The college has been consistently rated high in B- School surveys viz. A++ by Business & Management in 2012, ‘A’ by Business India in 2011 & 2010. Further, in recognition of the demonstrated leadership role the college has played in Institute Industry Linkages, the Dainik Bhaskar has awarded the College with ‘B-School and with Excellent Industry Interface A ward 2010’.

About TMIMT

The college is perceived as an institution nurturing talent to meet the growing requirements of trained professionals in diverse functional areas of the industry and corporate world. The college has established itself as a hub of multifaceted academic, research and consultancy activities and guides students on how to climb up the corporate ladder with total professionalism and commitment.

The college offers a wide range of academic programs at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. All the courses are designed taking into consideration the specific needs of

the industry and market. The emphasis is laid on both theoretical, research and practical

training to provide exposure to the students in various areas of management and commerce.

For this, the dignitaries of national and international repute are invited to guide the students in

addition to the inputs from the acclaimed faculty of the college.

The college gives top priority to job and process oriented learning. The pedagogical tools

include: extensive use of case studies, industrial training, practical exercises, business news

analysis, computer and business quizzes, computer and management games and industry-

oriented projects to create awareness among the students. We are sure it will enable them to

face all challenges in every situation.

The college has been consistently rated high in B-School surveys viz. A++ by Business &

Management in 2012, ‘A’ by Business India in 2011 & 2010. Further, in recognition of the

demonstrated leadership role the college has played in Institute Industry Linkages, the Dainik

Bhaskar has awarded the College with’B-School with Excellent Industry Interface A

ward 2010′, A++ by MBA by Choice, ‘A’ by Business Chronicle in 2013.

 

Year of Establishment : 2001

Programs : Management: BBA, BBA (Hons.), B.Com. (Hons.), B.Com. (Pass), M.Com., MBA, MBA With Reliance Leap, Ph.D

Humanities: B.A.(Hindi/English), M.A. (English/Economics/Public Administration/Sociology/Political Science/History),  M.A. (Jainology)

Law & Legal Studies:

B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.)

B.Com.-LL.B. (Hons.)

B.B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.)

Department of Home Science:

B.Sc. (Home Science)

M.Sc. (Home Science)

♦ Food & Nutrition

♦ Clothing & Textile

Faculty Strength : 88

Computer Labs : 8 with 600 computers & peripherals

Animation Labs : Two (Sketch & Graphics)

Language Lab : 2 fully equipped with GOLS linguistic software

In House Research Journal : View Point (ISSN : 2229-3825)

Books & Journals : Books-19374, Journals: National – 36, International- 15

E-Journals : Through EBSCO Database

Professional Membership : National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN), All India Management Association (AIMA), Global Institute of Flexible Systems Management, Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD)

Foreign Collaborations : University of Regina, Canada, SolBridge Business School, South Korea

Indian Collaborations : Oracle, Cisco, IBM, Red Hat, Microsoft IT Academy,  Indian Institute of Logistics, NSE

The university owes its origin to Teerthanker Mahaveer Institute of Management and Technology (TMIMT), which forayed into professional education in the year 2001 by offering courses such as BBA, MBA, B. Sc. (Home Science). After the university came in to existence in 2008, these programs are being run under the TMIMT and Department of Home Science.

Currently the university offers wide range of programs having high employability potential through its fifteen on campus colleges and seven independent teaching departments. The university has made extensive collaborative arrangements with leading national and international institutions to ensure quality. The programs are designed and reviewed in consultation with professional organizations and industry experts in order to provide a strong academic rigor and industrial perspective and are delivered by excellent faculty, who are known for their dedication to teaching and research, and close ties with the national and international academic and business community.

The programs are conducted in highly conducive learning environment which seeks to develop the power for critical thinking and analysis.  We understand that students and professionals with communication and language skills are better able to explore ideas, gain critical and analytical skills and develop an understanding of what it is like to work in a global environment; hence we apply modern teaching practices placing strong emphasis on oral and written skills.

Vision Statement

“To be internationally recognized as a premier institution of excellence providing quality education, research and consultancy services to the global society.”

Mission

“Our endeavour is to impart knowledge and develop critical skills necessary to succeed both in professional and personal life by promoting learning supported by world-class faculty, infrastructure, technology, curricula and collaborative teaching and research with premier institutions in India and abroad.”

Focus

In our quest to make, the university an ultimate destination for world-class education, following nine-fold priority areas have been identified for actions:

Teaching and Learning: Create conducive environment for an interactive and application oriented experiential learning.

Research: Foster research orientation in students and faculty in basic and applied areas in all its disciplines.

Consultancy Services: Take academic proficiency to corporate and community by providing cost effective solutions.

People: Make Teerthanker Mahaveer University a preferred destination for work and study.

Global Perspective: Encompass a national and international viewpoint into teaching, research and consultancy.

Good Governance: Bring transparency and accountability in university operations.

Social Relevance: Position itself as a catalyst in social change.

Entrepreneurial Culture: Nurture entrepreneurial capabilities to accelerate growth.

Sports and Culture: Provide ample opportunities to develop sportsmanship and love for culture and national heritage.

About Course

College of Management (TMIMT)

Course Program Duration Eligibility

BBA 3 yrs. 10+2 in any stream

MBA

2 yrs.

Graduation in any stream

MBA (In collaboration with Reliance Leap 2 yrs. Graduation in any stream

B.Com. (Hons.) 3 yrs. 10+2 in commerce / science stream with minimum 60% marks

B.Com. (Pass) 3 yrs. 10+2 in commerce / science stream

M.Com. 2 yrs. B.Com. or Graduation with economics or Statistics

B.A. (Hindi, English and any one subject from: History, Sociology, Economics, Political Science, Public Administration, Sanskrit & Psychology) 3 yrs. 10+2 in any stream

College of Law & Legal Studies

Course Program Duration Eligibility

B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.) 5 yrs. 10+2 in any stream with minimum 45% marks

B.B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.) 5 yrs. 10+2 in any stream with minimum 45% marks

B.Com.-LL.B. (Hons.) 5 yrs. 10+2 in Commerce / Science stream with minimum 45% marks

Department of Home Science

Course Program Duration Eligibility

B.Sc. (Home Science) 3 yrs. 10+2 in any stream

M.Sc. (Home Science)

♦ Food & Nutrition

♦ Clothing & Textile 2 yrs. B.Sc. (Home Science)

NAME DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION SPECIALISATION EXPERIENCE

Mr.mosam sinha Professor M.A english,B.ed,Ph.D,D.Litt General management,English language 14

Mr.Paritosh Sharma Associate Professor MBA,CCBM Marketing & Finance 14

Mr.Vibhor jain Lecturer MBA,M.COM,PGDBM Marketing & HR 5

Mr.vivek devrat singh Associate Professor B.sc,PGDBM Marketing 8.5

Mr.Sumit kumar Associate Professor MBA,PGDBM Marketing 13

Dr.Sonia gupta Associate Professor MA,MBA,PH.D Economics 10

Dr.Pratibha Sharma Associate Professor M.A,PH.D English Language 5

Mrs.Manasi tiwari Lecture MBA,NET Marketing &HR 4

Mrs.Shipra agarwal Lecture M.com,MBA Marketing & HR 4

Teaching Staff

 

LITERATURE REVIEW

Colleges are facing increasingly turbulent times and less certain environments Changes in economic environments brought on by globalization, government restructuring and the rapid growth and expansion of information and communication technologies has made innovation and change necessary for all types of organizations, colleges and college districts included. Not since the waning of the 19th century when North American educators had to deal with rapid growth due to immigration and the arrival of the industrial revolution (Campbell, 1987; Bolman and Heller, 1996) has the teaching profession had to cope with such broad-based and radical societal change. More than ever before, leaders who can deal with issues of college improvement in the context of broad-based societal change are needed. The development of colleges as learning organizations is a matter of utmost urgency as teachers, parents, college administrators and policy makers realize that an entirely new model of education may be needed.

Historically, reform efforts in education have resulted in band-wagons that have promised to be cure-alls for the problems associated with the teaching profession. While many of these initiatives (e.g., scientific management, human relations movement, effective schools movement, and the total quality movement) delivered short-term solutions, they provided no panacea. Leithwood and Aitken (1995) for example, write, “ colleges flying the effectiveness banner…tend to focus on a narrow and traditional set of student outcomes as the basis for judging effectiveness.

 

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

To understand the impact of broader changes in higher education on the working lives of administrative and support staff and in particular on their roles and responsibilities;

To examine the opportunities available to them for training, staff development and career progression;

To assess levels and sources of job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction; and

To explore their ideas on the development of higher education over the next twenty years.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Data type Primary and secondary

Sampling unit Students of tmimt

Sampling type Random sample

Sampling size 100

Research tool Questionnaire

Type of research Interview

Data collection method Survey

Area Tmimt

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