To improve higher learning in management education to make our country a global player.
To promote quality education, training and research in the field of management by establishing effective interface with industry and to prepare the students for the forthcoming challenges of the corporate world. To accomplish the mission, it has been further divided into four major sub-missions as given below:
M1: Quality Education: A broad definition of quality education is one that provides all learners with the capabilities they require to become economically constructive; self-reliant develop sustainable livelihoods.
M2: Training & Research: In training & research students are trained to become active participants in their learning; can take decisions of their own; gain new knowledge and skills; involve them in research work; collaborate with others and monitor their self-learning process.
M3: Effective Interface with industry: It includes enhancing the practical knowledge of students and makes them industry-ready employable candidates. The concept of ‘classroom to industry’ is followed. Various seminars, conferences, workshops, hands-on training sessions, guest lecturers facilitate this interface.
M4: Preparing the students for the forthcoming challenges: Individuals develop a sense of purpose and feel that they will be able to achieve important personal goals and contribute to the upliftment of society.