March 10, 2016

About Management



Today’s highly competitive business environment requires well-qualified, effective decision makers to take up senior executive positions. Business wants managers with a demonstrated track record of experience, underpinned by relevant qualifications that have helped them develop their management competencies.

With increasing complexity of business in 21st century, the century defined by emerging knowledge based global economy, the core competencies build around creative ideas converted into effective action through entrepreneurial traits is an urgent need. The winds of change bringing transformation from regulation to liberalization, from protection to integration with international market and from central planning to free market economies, demands new approaches and new skills to sustain, compete and accelerate the momentum of global growth.

India’s current economic growth around 8% is reflected by massive economic boom attracting transnational and multinational companies, in manufacturing and service sector, bringing unprecedented job opportunities with fast career growth in management arena. The developments place a premium on well trained young men and women possessing superior professional skills in managing the complex cross cultural business environment. The gold rush has just begun.

“A booming economy sees the best time ever for jobs but companies are scrambling to find the right talent and skills” Barely five years ago it was difficult for employees to sustain their job in corporate sector. Everybody mourned firing or job losses as companies restructured to cut costs and become globally competitive. THINGS HAVE CHANGED NOW. Companies are back in hiring more, and this time it is wide spread.

Business leaders with vision, entrepreneurial skills and inspired to lead is what, this booming job market looks for in managers of tomorrow. Equipping yourself with a high quality application oriented management training qualification and ensures your passport to this select group of managers shaping the future of Indian business.

What is MBA?

Today’s highly competitive business environment requires well-qualified, effective decision makers to take up senior executive positions. Business wants managers with a demonstrated track record of experience, underpinned by relevant qualifications that have helped them develop their management competencies.

The Master of Business Administration degree is recognized throughout the business world as a major component in a successful career. An MBA is considered a professional Master’s degree as well as a traditional or academic Master’s degree. The Degree is one of the world’s most widely recognized graduate degrees. It is professional degree relevant for those who work in business and management irrespective of industry or business sector. The MBA widens the student’s horizon in order to understand all of the various facets of an organization in order to allow a successful contribution to strategy.

MBA not only improves ability to comprehend the needs of a professional organization but also helps in analyzing the administration of certain business function. Whether it is marketing, finance – related, computer systems oriented HR or International Business.

MBA is a course which gives you a broad spectrum of managing your profession, be it, engineering, finance, marketing, self-employment or any industry. Though manufacturing, production, services are the main in industries/companies, how to enhance the marketing of your products/services, how to improve the financial ability of your business/company, how to manage and improve the employee-employer relationship in an organisation for better results are the key factors that u would be undergoing in the MBA course.



An increasing number of people are asking whether an MBA is the right training programme for modern managers.

The question goes right to the heart of the dysfunction between what business requires from Business Schools and what Business schools actually deliver.

Business and Management deliver knowledge whereas training delivers skill application and competency improvement. If this question can be interpreted to mean “does the pursuit and attainment of an MBA lead to a more effective manager” then the answer must be subjective, situational and unquantifiable. It is true, there are successful business leaders who hold MBA degrees but equally so, there are those who do not. By the same token there are many business leaders particularly in the SME sector who have no business qualifications at all and yet are successful.

An MBA can make a contribution to effectiveness but of itself will not translate students into successful managers. What it will deliver is knowledge and understanding and from those aspects springs confidence.

Most MBA graduates will agree that the legacy of their qualification results in increased confidence and ability. It provides a different perspective on business, a more analytical approach together with a broad network of business contacts. If these attributes can be construed to be the right training platform for the modern manager then the MBA is appropriate. In reality, then, an MBA is probably just one way of developing managers. Certainly it is one that assists them to move from the particular to the general, equips them to move from middle-ranking to more senior roles and can help them start their own business venture.

A recently published DTI report “Inspired Leadership” reinforces the need for the modern manager to offer values based leadership style with an increased focus on people rather than on systems and processes.

MBA programme objective

MBA is a uniquely designed programme meant for working executives, entrepreneurs, and professionals, who desire to enhance their managerial knowledge and skills in a formal setting while continuing to work in their ongoing professions/businesses. The programme is structure to meet unique learning needs and methodology of those who continue to work, and at the same time, marinating the rigor and standards expected from regular post graduate programs in business. it aims at developing strong conceptual fundamentals and skills required to manage businesses of the future.

The Master of Business Administration degree concentrates on application of theory to real situations, with special emphasis on business in a multinational setup in all of the functional areas of business administration. The value-added experience of our programme complements a wide range of undergraduate degree backgrounds and gives you the technical skills and the knowledge you need to compete in the Information Age.

The major goal of the post-graduate programme is to educate participants in general Management concepts and skills and their application and hence to enable them to manage more effectively and responsibly in a challenging and changing business environment. The MBA program is a flexible, student-centered program. It provides a solid grounding in theory combined with the specific skills needed to manage in an environment of rapid technological development and tightly integrated international markets. The curriculum design and teaching methods adopted emphasis the development of the students’ analytical and quantitative skills and his or her ability to apply management theories and concepts to practical business solutions.


Employers view the MBA favourably as a training staple due to its ability to develop the capacity for strategic thinking and to increase productivity. The job horizon for MBA graduates is looking bright. Companies worldwide are beginning to hire more MBA graduates. Employers seek to hire people they know have the skills and experience necessary to contribute to company success with minimal training and time lost learning. The big demand in the following years is from small and medium-sized enterprises in global scale, mostly from the ‘rising nations’ like India, China, and Brazil etc. After successful completion of the programme a MBA graduate should be able to:

Function at the professional middle management level in his/her chosen field of business administration.
Demonstrate effective written communication in an advanced business environment.
Analyze complex business situations and offer and evaluate alternative solutions.
Apply Business knowledge, concepts, and frameworks to dynamic business situations. Function as an effective team leader. Marshal and manage relevant resources in uncertain and global business environments. Integrate, apply, and synthesize knowledge across the functional areas of business.

When looking for MBA jobs, one of the most difficult decisions that you may face is finding a job that will let you use your new skills and abilities. It may be that you aim to use your MBA to help you progress within your existing organization. In this case, you should update your resume to include your MBA achievements and network within your company to find any potential openings.

These approaches are complementary and you should build all four of them into your overall MBA job search strategy.


• Provide realistic perspective on job search challenges
• Share tangible strategies and tactical advice for achieving success
• Uncover employment opportunities and make them as accessible as possible to students

WHY College Business Studies

CBS Group is one of the prominent management institutes in northern India. CBS Group mission is to help improve the management of corporate and non corporate sectors and public systems, through the pursuit of excellence in management education, research, consulting and training.

CBS Group is evolving as a leading centre in the area of executive education, research, industry interaction and training. The society and particular the Indian economy at this stage of rapid and all enveloping change and globalization, has a great need of managerial talent that will help drive the change, and there is an urgent need of executives at the middle and senior levels to contribute to this.

CBS Group is focused on delivering a unique value addition experience for its executive participants. The deep focused on executive talent requirements in the country, has led to unique program designs and delivery based around practitioners and their needs. The academic structure has been designed through many consults vies rounds within the academia and the industry.

MBA program ensures that students are given a high level of exposure to the contemporary business processes and modern business tools. The MBA program builds on the candidate’s rich work experience with the conceptual ideas and strategic inputs necessary for business leadership, and achieving business excellence.

At CBS GROUP students for the realities of today’s business world. Our graduates can meet the increasingly complex demands of employers. In particular, our MBA focuses on the managerial aspects of information technology and global business practices.

The Master of Business Administration program at CBS GROUP offers a full business approach that develops candidates for positions of leadership in modern organizations. Because managerial procedures and practices are continually changing, the program emphasizes the development of sound decision-making abilities for a dynamic business environment.


To a great extent, the faculty and students define the symbolize their institution with their contributions, within and outside the campus. This basic principle pushes us to aim for the best resources. Apart from teaching post graduate management courses, faculty members are engaged in research, training and providing consulting to various organizations. These activities facilitate two way transfer of knowledge, through continuous institute- organization interaction.

For those students with business or non-business undergraduate degree and nil/limited work experience, the College offers a full-time Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) program that enables students to earn their degree in two years awarded by UTTAR PRADESH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.

Programme information-

CBS GROUP offers 2 years full time Master of Business Administration (MBA) program consists of components of:

Core Subjects (Spread over 4 Semester)
Optional Electives (Offered in the 3rd and 4th Semester)

As part of the business management program, students have the opportunity to either pursue a general management program or complete a specialization.

MBA programs come in all shapes and sizes, but most prospective students play it safe and plump for one of the stalwarts of finance, marketing, or management. One of the main reasons for this is that they do not fully investigate the diversity of specializations out there, and that’s a great shame because only once a student knows the full range of MBA options can they select the one that best fits their career goals.

The standard specializations are: Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, IT/Systems, Operations, and Entrepreneurship,

Specializations in MBA include:

• Marketing
• Finance
• Human Relations
• International Business
• Information technology
• Retail


If you want to work in marketing, advertising or public relations, we know that these fields are very competitive. You need to have good marketing knowledge and skills in order for you to be success in this challenging career. MBA with marketing specialization can increase your knowledge and enhance your skills so that you are well prepared to face the challenges along your marketing career path.

MBA in Human Resources (HR)

Employees are the most important asset for an organization. HR department is responsible to select, recruit, train and cater to the needs of employees. Hence, management personnel in HR department require to good management of people, effective communication with employees, and good labor relations.

An MBA in Human Resources will combine the generic MBA with specialized human resources training such as employee training & recruitment, planning and mediation. You will also learn how to integrate HR strategies with the company overall human resources allocation plan.

MBA in Information Technology

The MBA program with a concentration on specialization in Information Technology provides graduate students with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to assume and discharge the duties and responsibilities of managers in high technology industries. Technological advancements have made information management a critical skill for managers at all levels, worldwide. The vast availability of information and explosion of knowledge management tools make accessing information on demand, anytime from anywhere, a new reality. The MBA in Information Technology specialization prepares you for management positions in a wide range of industries challenged by the complexities of managing information in an era of technological innovation and globalization.


MBA (Finance) is one of the popular courses pursued by the students. It is about hard core accounts. As you study Finance you become a specialist in the fields of consumer and investment banking, institutional finance, corporate finance and international finance.

MBA in International Business

What is International Business

We call those International that are not restricted by geographical or political boundaries. Hence business operations without geographical boundaries, i.e., global commerce and the Internet have made the world smaller, but far more competitive. So one deals with terms like international business, multinational, transnational, globalization, multi domestic and the global marketplace very often. This arena along with the traditional export and import industry provides pathway to a multitude of careers. It can be well imagined that international business success requires more business acumen than managing a domestic enterprise. The traditional business functions and values are there to be managed, but one also must understand and work from a global perspective that adds politics, culture, monetary variables, time, and distance to the international business management equation. There is also international marketing which is simply the application of marketing principles to more than one country. An MBA in International Business grooms working managers and executives for careers of increased responsibility with focus on diversity and multicultural concerns, International relations and business strategies sensitive to international issues. In today’s global economy, many businesses are looking to expand into an international market, therefore, careers in international business are expected to grow at a faster than normal rate. From banks to manufacturing firms to government agencies, almost all industries have a need for people with a background in international business. Here is such a wide range or opportunities available that someone with strong business skills and an international mindset should be able to easily find a job in a field that interests them.

Co-curricular activities for student’s development

• Management events and activities
• Guest lecture by prominent industry professionals
• Business plan presentation/ competition
• Management games
• Tutorial classes
• Value added courses (on campus) for industry readiness in association with repotted agencies.
• Mentorship and counseling (1 on 1) Interaction between faculty and students.
• Workshop and seminars
• Group discussion
• Mock interview
• Industry visits
• Entrepreneurial skills development activities


A survey of CEO’s and HR managers emphasizes the importance of life skills as the top most parameter for employability. CBS places importance upon inculcating skills such as commitment, hard work, communication ability, sincerity and team spirit. The communication skills at CBS include not just verbal but non verbal skills as well, such as body language, style, grooming, social movements, and voice modulation.

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Do you know that there are millions of unemployed youth in the country and by the time you graduate, this number would have increased substantially? Do you want to be part of that group which keeps knocking from pillar to post, checking with employment exchanges, relatives, friends, and neighbors and still not able to get a job to their liking and then settle for a second or third rate job? You can also choose to be like Mr. Patel of Nirma who was a chemist’s assistance and has a Rs. 2500 crore company today. Did you know that the original Mr.Bata was a cobbler? And now has stores in more than 30 countries all over the world. Or you could be like Dhiru bhai Ambani who started life as a clerk in a French company in Aden. He was not born into a business family nor did he possess an MBA degree and yet, he is a household name in India and figures in 2 the Forbes list of the richest Asians. Lakshmi Mittal, the steel giant, Satbir Bhatia of Hotmail fame and Narayan Murthy of Infosys are some other names in the endless list you could choose from.If your answer is yes then you can definitely opt for a career in entrepreneurship

CBS Management courses and entrepreneurial skills development activities will help you to understand the process of setting up a small business, running it successfully and seeing it grow. And let us remind you that this career opportunity is not only for boys but also for girls – all those girls who think smart, are ready to act and script the story of their own life – like Shehnaz Hussain or Ritu Kumar or Kiran Majumdar Shaw.