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					                                   MANDATORY DISCLOSURE
       I.      NAME OF THE INSTITUTE

Name                       Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Greater Noida
Address                    Permanent Location as approved by AICTE               Temporary Location (if applicable)
                           Plot No. 4, Knowledge Park-III, Greater Noida,        — NIL —
                           Gautam Buddh Nagar.

District                   Greater Noida                                         N/A
Pin Code                                                                         N/A
State                      Uttar Pradesh                                         N/A
STD Code                   0120                                                  Phone No: 3023330
Fax No.                    0581-2517252                                          E-Mail: info@rbmionline.com
Web site                   rbmionline.com
Nearest Rly Station        Ghaziabad


II.         NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR
Name                                                               Dr. Nirmal Singh
Designation             Director           Qualification & Experience                  Highest       Specialization      Total
                                           MBA, Ph.D                                   Degree                         Experience
                                                                                  Ph.D              Management        37 Yrs.
STD Code                 0120              Phone No. (O) 3023330                   Fax No.                0581-2517252
STD Code                 0120              Phone No. (R)                          Fax No.        0581-2517252
E-Mail             info@rbmionline.com         Mobile No.


III.        NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY

Name             U.P. Technical University, Lucknow
Address          I.E.T. Campus,
                 Sitapur Road,
                 Lucknow – 21


Pin Code                                                      Period of Affiliation      Upto 30-06-2006
STD Code         0522                                         Phone No.                  2732189-96
Fax No.          2732189                                      E-Mail/ Web site           ww.uptu.org
     IV.     GOVERNANCE

Philosophy of Governance :
        Management ensures that quality objectives are relevant functions and levels within the institute,
including those needed to meet requirements for education realization, are adequately established. These
objectives are measurable and consistent with the quality policy, and commitment to continual improvement.
These objectives will constantly reviewed and are being described in a document RBMI QO.
         The quality management system is planned to meet the requirement of ISO 9001:2000 as well as
National Board of Accreditation and also the quality objectives defined by the organization. The documented
quality management system is the result of planning and in line with quality objectives of the institute.
        The management further ensures through control of documents that the integrity of the QMS is
maintained wherever any changes to the system are planned and made.
Board of Governors :
       A Board of Governors has been constituted as per norms and guidelines of AICTE as under :
                 Mrs. Veena Mathur                                    Executive Chairperson

                  Er. Navin Prasad                                       Vice- Chairman

                   Dr. K.C. Mathur                                    Member(Ex.- Officio)

                 Prof. K. K Saxena                                  Nominee of NRC, AICTE

                   Prof. A.K Sarje                                  Nominee of NRC, AICTE

                 Dr. Bharat Bhaskar                                  Nominee of UPTU, Lko.

           Lt. Gen. Shankar Prasad, PVSM                                    Member

                 Prof. Aditya Prasad                                        Member

                 Mr. Arvind Mathur                                          Member

                   Mr. R K Mathur                                           Member

                 Prof. Mohd. Miyan                                          Member

                  Mr. Yuvraj Narain                                         Member

               Mr. Surjeet Sen Gupta                                        Member

                 Dr. Shekhar Verma                                          Member

              Mr. Akhlesh Mathur(C.A)                                       Member

              Ms. Sandhya Sen Gupta                                         Member

                Mrs. Tejal G. Mathur                                        Member

                 Prof. Nirmal Singh                                         Member

                Prof. Manish Sharma                                         Member

           Nominee of Technical Education                                   Member

            Nominee of State Government                                     Member


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       Organizational chart and processes
Organizational Structure & Chart for day-to-day Operations and Management :




      Placement Officer and Administrative Officer shall be reporting and supporting to Dean
(Management) and Dean (CS & IT) in proper functioning of their programmes.
       Coordinators among faculty members shall be appointed for smooth functioning of functions like
examination, industrial tours, library, computer centre, hostel etc. They will be assisted by adequate supporting
staff.
         Dean of student welfare shall be appointed among the senior faculty members and a proctorial board
shall be constituted under him for maintaining academic discipline and to solve the problems of the students.
Role and Responsibilities of Key Senior Positions :
Responsibility and Authority :
        Functions and their interrelation and also the responsibility and authority (refer Annexure II) are defined
and communicated, to all concerned for effective quality management. Functional heads that manage, perform
and verify work affecting quality, at various levels have generic responsibility and authority within their defined
areas of control as described below :
        (a)   Initiate action to prevent the happening of any non-conformity of the procedure or quality system.
        (b)   Locate and record any problem of the students, procedure, and quality system
        (c)   Initiate, recommend or provide solutions to quality problems.
        (d)   Check the effectiveness of solution
        (e)   Control further action on the non-conforming service procedure till the deficiency has been
              corrected.
Responsibility of Key Personnel is defined as hereunder :
(i)     Executive Chairperson
               Chair the management review meetings.
               Chair the staff selection committee.
               Total administrative control of all the institute activities.
               Total control and monitoring of admissions to all the courses.
               Looking after the legalities and procedures of affiliation and interaction with bodies like AICTE,
                affiliating University, etc.

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                    Correspondence with AICTE/University on various important issues.
                    Meeting institute guests, visitors, and students’ parents.
               Looking after public relations and purchase functions.
               Looking after the growth and promotion of the institute
               Overall control of Purchase system
               Provides necessary resources to maintain the system
(ii)    Managing Director/Executive Director
               Chair the management review meetings in the absence of Executive Chairperson.
               Chair the staff selection committee in the absence of Executive Chairperson.
               Assisting the Executive Chairperson in executing her powers. Promoting the institute.
               Handling legal matters.
               Meeting institute guests, visitors, and students’ parents.
               Looking after public relations and purchase functions.
               Looking after the growth and promotion of the institute
               Controlling & Monitoring of Purchase system
               Provides necessary resources to maintain the system


(iii)   Director
                   Assisting the Executive Chairperson in executing her powers effectively.
                   Overall control over the quality system and institute activities.
                   Approves QMS related documents including revisions/changes under consultation and
                    guidance with the Executive Chairperson
                   Monitoring the academic progress and performance and report to Executive
                    Chairperson/Managing Director.
                  Direct control of the placements and development activities.
                   Member of staff selection committee.
                   Allocate teaching, curricular and co-curricular activities and responsibilities to the staff.
                   Supervise and guide the work of teaching, clerical, and maintenance staff of the institute.
                  Hold staff meetings at regular intervals.
                   Help and guide the faculties in their intellectual growth.
                   Looks after all aspects of subject distribution, time-table, and preparation of lesson plans.
                   Gives suggestions in teaching methodology-tackling any problem faced by any individual
                    faculty.
                   Selection and procurement of library books.
                   Getting seminars organised.
                   Co-ordinating workshops.
                   Looking after faculty development needs and taking appropriate measures.
                   Reports to Executive Chairperson on the performance of the quality management system
                    and any need for improvement.
                   Ensures that students’ requirements, quality policy and objectives are communicated within
                    the organization and appropriate record in the form of training records is maintained.
                   Liaison with external parties on matters related to the quality management system.
                   Plan and organize management review meetings.
                   Conduct internal quality audits and also arrange for audits from external qualified auditors.
                   Looking after the growth and publicity of the institute.




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        (iv)    Dean
                      Totally looks after the academic activities in consultation with the Director (Academics) such
                       as framing of time table, making arrangements for classes of faculties on leave.
                      Maintaining lecture records and ensuring coverage of syllabus in time
                      Preparation of question papers for internal examinations and their smooth conduction.
                      Overall coordination of admission procedure.
                      Counselling of admission seekers and freshers.
                      Arrangement for conducting university examinations and maintaining the necessary
                       records.
                      Maintenance of institutes’ discipline with the help of proctorial board.
                      Maintenance of students’ attendance records.
                      Assessment of students’ progress.
                      Sending periodic information to the parents about their wards’ performance.
                      coordinate for conducting seminars/debates/cultural functions, etc.
                      Keep proper leave records, stock registers, all other registers pertaining to his
                       administration and update the service book of the teachers.
                      Organisation of sports and co-curricular activities, which he will delegate to suitable staff
                       members.
(v)        Computer Lab Coordinator :
                      Maintenance of all computer labs and server room.
                      Ensuring proper teaching in the computer labs for all the students.
                      Maintenance of Internet and helping students for retrieval of required data.
                      Ensuring timely completion of students’ projects.
                      To continuously update the infrastructure of computer lab.
(vi)       Administrative Officer :
                      To perform all the secretarial work of the Executive Director, Director and managing
                       committee.
                      Giving daily, weekly and monthly report to Executive Director.
                      Administrative control in consultation with the Executive Director.
                      Assisting in organising functions in the institute.
                      Looking after class three and class four employees.
                      To ensure smooth running of essential services.
                      Excellent maintenance of Lawns.
                      Overall control of security arrangements.
                      House keeping.
(vii)      Placement & Liaison Officer :
                      Arranging regular personality development and communication classes of MBA & MCA
                       students in consultation with Dean of Student Welfare.
                      Arranging mock interviews, and guest lectures for MBA/MCA students.
                      Preparing placement brochures.
                      Contacting corporate houses for fixing placement interviews.
                      Development of corporate relations through :
                        Interacting with companies
                        Attending Seminars
                        Organising campus interviews
                        Coordinating placement activities
                      Handling all correspondence related to placement activities.
                      All P.R. Matters
                      Liaison with the transport authorities.
                      Looking after and maintenance of transport fleet.
                      Planning of bus/routes/schedules, etc.
                      Looking after the legal matters under direct control of Executive Chairperson.




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         (viii)   Hostel Warden (Boys’ Hostel) :
                       To look after the hotel activities pertaining to students.
                       To issue them out passes/permit leave, etc.
                       To look after the mess in association with the hostel owners.
                       To report to the Managing Director/Director daily about the hostel activities.
                       To report to the Managing Director/Director daily about the mess activities and
                        performance.
(ix)        Hostel Warden (Girls’ Hostel) :
                       To look after the hotel activities pertaining to students.
                       To issue them out passes/permit leave, etc.
                       To look after the mess in association with the hostel owners.
                       To report to the Managing Director/Director daily about the hostel activities.
                       To report to the Managing Director/Director daily about the mess activities and
                        performance.
(x)         Accounts Incharge :
                       Preparation of salary and wages statements and disbursing salaries by
                        cash/cheques/account transfer.
                       Preparation of daily fee collection report.
                       Issue of TDS certificates.
                       Payment to suppliers after approval from the Executive Director.
                       Conveyance and other payments to staff/faculty after approval from the Executive
                        Chairperson/Executive Director.
                       Bank reconciliation.
                       Submitting daily account statement to the Executive Chairperson
                       Preparation of balance sheet.
(xi)        Office Assistant :
                       To assist Manager Accounts in exercising his roles and responsibilities.
                       Maintaining all accounts books such as Day Book, Fee day Book, etc.
                       Sale/receiving examination forms and brochures.
                       Receiving students’ fee etc.
                       Getting details of fees deposited by the students/parents in the bank.
                       Giving daily, weekly and monthly report to Account incharge.
                       Managing all the files of accounts department.
                       Typing of letters and other documents
                       Preparing inspection reports.
                       Managing all the files related administrative section
                       Maintaining individual files of staff & students.
(xii)       Receptionist :
                       Attending phone calls
                       Making phone calls
                       Maintaining records for all the enquires
                       Attending the visitors
                       Preparing students’ attendance data
(xiii)      House Keeping Supervisor :
                       Maintenance of institute building, classrooms, play ground, cycle sheds etc.
                       Maintenance and repairs of furniture
                       To ensure accurate timings of the period bell.
                       Distribution of jobs to class IV employees and inspection under consultation with
                        Administrative Officer.
                       Check the seating arrangement daily in each lecture room
                       Check & ensure the cleanliness in the campus.
                       Electrical Maintenance

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                         Generator maintenance
                         Maintaining discipline at main gates under guidance from the proctorial board.
                    Monthly cleaning of overhead water tanks.
                    Maintenance of aqua guard water purifier
                    Cleanliness of toilets
                    Ensure proper locking of the individual rooms and the campus main gate
                    Giving daily report to administrative officer
         Further details of responsibilities and authorities, for personnel who manage and perform the work can
be found in respective quality procedures and quality plans. In the event of absences, responsibility and
authority passes to the next higher level of management.
Methods/Style of Administration/Management :
Being a part of knowledge industry the style of management in Harrow Educational Society has always
been practicing Participative style of administration and philosophy of Management has been
Management by Objectives.
         Members of the Board and their brief background
        Harrow Educational Society was founded by Mrs. Veena Mathur in the year 1981. A brief introduction
of Mrs. Veena Mathur is as under :
         (A) Mrs. Veena Mathur, a resident of Bareilly, UP, had her early education in Vanasthali Vidyapeeth,
Rajasthan, one of the most prestigious institution providing value and cultural based education. Thereafter she
graduated from Miranda House, Delhi University. She also did her LLB from M.J.P. Rohilkhand University,
Bareilly. Her inherent aptitude for education motivated her to do B.Ed., she did it from Lucknow University,
Lucknow.
         From the year 1971 to 1975 she was in England as her husband was based in England associated with
a Engg. Company during that period. Though she went there as a house wife but the entrepreneur in her was
never at rest. So she started her business of ready-made garments there at England. She was also associated
with companies like Cadbury Ltd. and General Electric, where she left her mark in all the assignments. She also
worked as counsellor with Lumsdon & Millward Solicitor Birmingham and made a significant contribution in
reuniting Indian families which were at the urge of divorce and helped many Indians in resolving their court
cases and help them to adopt cultural values in new environment.
         Her love for the nation and desire to serve the mother land, drive her back to India in the year 1975.
She founded Harrow Educational Society in the year 1981 with a mission to build and nurture a new generation
of well rounded professionals who can work as positive change agents in the new millennium by helping the
Indian industry to attain and sustain global leadership. Presently institutions running under the aegis of Harrow
Educational Society are emerging as one of the leading institutes maintaining highest academic standards and
playing a pioneering role in research and development, this all is attributed to the mind set, hard work and a
keen desire to serve society by way of shaping professionals, of Mrs. Veena Mathur. It is her dedication and
never ending quest for excellence coupled with a total commitment to professionalism that has resulted in
providing an opportunity to the deserving candidates of society to have world class professionalism and to
inculcate among them the feeling of fraternity and economic development of society at large.
         She is highly talented, scholarly, prolific and benevolent. In addition to pursuing her academic interest
she is highly active in various social development programmes. She has taken all pains for successfully running
literacy programmes in the region. She is also very much associated with programmes like Pulse Polio and
Health for all. She is also an active member of All India Management Association, North India Management
Association and Rotary Club.


        Her activities are not only limited to the geographic area of Bareilly City but also spreading wings in the
Greater Noida, where a new project for establishing a higher educational institute is in full swing.
     In the Year 2005, FICCI has conferred prestigious CACCI Award (Confederation of Asia Pacific
Chamber of Commerce & Industry) of Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur.
        It has always been the endeavour of Mrs. Veena Mathur to groom professionals with values, objectivity,
analytical ability, proficiency in synthesizing the facts, commitment and to work as a team with super
coordination.

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            She has travelled extensively through out Europe, Asia and USA to learn and understand global
     environment.
      Thus Mrs. Mathur has brought Bareilly city on the map of India by creating facilities for Primary, Higher
Secondary, Graduate and Post Graduate education for the people not only of Bareilly but also North India.
       (B) Er. Navin Prasad has completed his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Auston University,
Birmingham, U.K. He is having 31 Yrs of experience in Industry & Teaching. He has served as Mechanical
Engineering Ballis & Morson Plc. U.K. for more than a decade. His area of specialisation was designing of
Steam Turbine. After serving there for more than a decade, he became Head of Indian operations of the same
company at Calcutta.
       In 1976, he joined Synthetic & Chemicals Ltd. the largest synthetic Rubber Producer of Asia at Bareilly.
There he contributed as an project expert in expansion project of rubber line and setting up of Distillery Plant.
        Since 1996, he is working with Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute as Managing Director. His total
experience is more than three decades.

The other members of Executive Committee of the society are as under :
        01.     Prof. Nirmal Singh : Prof. Nirmal Singh, an eminent Management Consultant, outstanding
Professional Practitioner, Trainer, Academician, Educationist counsellor and author in Management specially in
Human Resource Management, has been associated with Management Education for over 3 decades.
        He was awarded prestigious title ―Research Adviser of the Year 1990‖ (USA) and ―Man of the Year
1991‖ (USA). He has been a senator member of High Chamber of ―International Parliament for Safety and
Peace‖ (UN) and recipient of several ―Gold Medals‖ and ―Hall Mark Medallions‖ and ―World Decoration of
Excellence‖ (USA).
         He was awarded fellowship by Italian Government, French Government and UNESCO, he has visited
various educational Institutions/Universities, Governmental and Non-Governmental bodies, Business Houses in
several countries including England, Canada, USA, Italy, France, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea,
USSR, etc. for meetings, consultations and advice. He has attended and presented papers in more than 20
International Conferences held in different countries and presented award winning papers. His name and
achievements have been published in more than ―20 International Directories‖ in the world.
         He is highly talented, scholarly, prolific and widely read author. He has 8 books/works on management
and allied discipline to his credit which includes ―Principles of Management—Theory, Practices and
Techniques‖, ―Human Relations and Organisational Behaviour‖, ―Principles and Techniques of Personnel
Management/Human Resource Management‖, ―Organisational Behaviour‖, ―Services and Disciplinary Actions‖,
―Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining‖, ―Industrial Relations in Newspaper Industry‖, ―HRM and
Industrial Relations‖, ―Business Laws‖, ―Marketing Principles and Techniques‖, guided more than 100 research
projects, and published a large number of articles which have appeared in national and International
Professional journals/dailes and won many awards/prizes.
        He has been the Honorary Management adviser of Government of Punjab and All India Council of
Technical Education, Vice-President for South-East Asia of Association for Advancement of Policy Research
and Development in Third World (USA), President of Indo-European Foundation for Research and Development
in Science and Technology, Vice-Chairman of Indo-Scandinavian Society, Secretary—Indian Society for
Training and Development, Founder Chairman (WG) of Guru Tegh Bahadur Polytechnic Institute, Guru Tegh
Bahadur Institute of Technology, Guru Nanak Institute of Management, Guru Nanak Institute of Education and
founder Director/Advisor/Chairman of many other institutes.


         02.    Mr. Akhlesh Mathur : Mr. Akhlesh Mathur is a C.A. and is working with GE Capital
International Services as Assistant Vice President (International Finance). He has visited countries like Britain,
USA, Thailand, France and Australia etc. He is a very good financial analyst and has contributed a lot in project
planing and development of Harrow Educational Society.
         03.     Mrs. Tejal Shukla : Mrs. Tejal Shukla is also a C.A. by profession and has served companies
like KPMG, Deloittes and Heskins. She is looking the project development of Rakshpal Bahadur Management
Institute at Greater Noida as Project Director.


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              04.      Mr. Surajeet Sen : Mr. Surajeet Sen is an Engineer by profession and presently working
      as Project Manager, Constellation Energy, Boltimore (USA) and is actively involved in conceiving the ideas
for the growth of the society in its mission of imparting quality education.
          05.     Mrs. Sandhya Gupta : Mrs. Sandhya Gupta is working with BB&T Bank, Maryland, Columbia,
USA and co-ordinates the Overseas Placement Opportunities for the students getting education and training in
the institutes being run by the society.
        06.     Dr. Manish Sharma : Dr. Manish Sharma is an MBA, Ph.D. (Management) and has worked
with the companies like BFM Ltd. and Thapar Group as Dy. General Manager. Since 1998 he is working with
Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Bareilly as Director. His research work is in the area of Foreign Trade
and International Business. His total academic and industrial experience exceeds a decade.
       In addition to above Executive Members of the society following members of the Board of
Governors of various institutions play vital role in the growth and development of various academic
programme being conducted by the society.
        01.     Prof. Aditya Prasad : He is at present working as Professor in Department of Computer
Science Perdue University, West Lafayette, USA. He is a prolific author and widely visited Professor world wide.
Every year he use to visit India to deliver lecture in Computer Science, specifically in Birla Institute of
Technology, Pilani, Rajasthan from where he has earned his B.Tech. and M.Tech. degree and served many
years as Assistant Professor and Associate Professor before moving to USA.
         02.    Mr. Arvind Mathur : He is presently working with Asian Development Bank, Manila,
Phillippines.
Activities of the Promoting Body including a listing of major educational promotion activities
undertaken by it in the past
        Harrow Educational Society today runs following institutions under its aegis :
        (a)     Harrow School (Sr. Secondary) Affiliated of to CBSE, Delhi.
        (b)     Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Bareilly
                (Approved by AICTE, New Delhi and Affiliated to U.P. Technical University, Lucknow
                to conduct MBA and MCA Programme)
        (c)     Rakshpal Bahadur Teachers Training Institute, Bareilly
                (Recognised by NCTE, Jaipur and Affiliated to M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly)
        (d)     Rakshpal Bahadur College of Pharmacy, Bareilly
                (Approved by AICTE, New Delhi and Affiliated to U.P. Technical University, Lucknow
                to conduct B.Pharm Programme)
Mission of the Promoting Body
         To build and nature a new generation of well-rounded professional who can work as positive change
agents in the new millennium by helping the Indian industry attain and sustain global leadership. It will be our
endeavour to assimilate and disseminate practical strategies to future professionals and to encouraging their
understanding of strategic perception to fulfil the mission of the organisation in the fast changing global business
environment and to make a significant contribution by providing an opportunity to the deserving candidates of
society to have world class professional education and to inclucate among them the feeling of fraternity and
patriotism.
Vision of the promoting body
        To emerge as one of the world’s leading institute through continuing to the highest academic standards,
by developing strong industry-academia bond and playing a pioneering role in research and development, so as
to serve society by way of shaping professionals to conquer the present and future challenges to the socio-
economic fabric of our society by dissemination of relevant knowledge through structured learning system.
         Members of Academic Advisory Body

                              Advisory Council

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       1 Mr. Yogendra Narain (IAS)                Secretary, Rajya Sabha, government of
                                                  India
       2 Mr. Brajendra Sahay (IAS)                Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Uttar
                                                  Pradesh
       3 Mr. V.K. Bali                            Executive Director, IFFCO, New Delhi
       4 Mr. Subhash Jagota                       Exe. Director, Punj Lloyd Ltd., New
                                                  Delhi
       5 Mr. Yogesh Prasad                        Embassy of India, Paris, France
       6 Mr. P.P. Mathur                          AGM, Engineers India Ltd., Ahmedabad
       7 Prof. B.P. Singh                         E$x. Dean, Delhi School of Economics,
                                                  Delhi University, New Delhi
       8 Dr. R.K. Arora                           Head, Computer Centre, IIT, New Delhi
       9 Dr. Bhaba Krishna Mohanty                Chairman, Decision Science Group IIM,
                                                  Lucknow
      10 Prof. R. Vinayak                         Dean, Deptt. of Commerce, M.D.
                                                  University, Rohtak
      11 Mr. B.K. Garg                            Managing Director, Indo-Lac Foods
                                                  Ltd.,
                                                  New Delhi
      12 Prof. P.K. Yadav                         Head, Faculty of Management, M.J.P.
                                                  Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
      13 Prof. Grijesh Kumar                      Head & Dean, Faculty of Education,
                                                  M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
      14 Prof. A.K. Sharma                        Head, Deptt. of Pharmacy, M.J.P.
                                                  Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
      15 Prof. P.N. Ram                           Professor, IET, M.J.P. Rohilkhand
                                                  University, Bareilly
      16 Mr. B.N. Verma                           Head (Mktg.), Mohan Meakins Ltd.,
                                                  Ghaziabad
      17 Mr. Y.K. Gupta                           Reg. Personnel Manager, WIMCO,
                                                  Bareilly
      18 Mr. K.K. Singh                           Manager (Training), Escorts Limited,
                                                  Faridabad

         Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
        Twice a year.
        Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic ffairs/improvements
        Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students.
       For Faculty & Staff
       Step I – Written Complaint
       Step II – Prima Facie Enquiry (most of the cases are resolved at this stage only)
       Step III – Setup of Grievance redressal committee
       Step IV – Suspension (if required during enquiry)
       Step V – Submission of report by enquiry committee
       Step VI – Discussion of report by Board of Governors.
       Step VII – Implementation of decision of the Board of Governors.
       For Students
       Dean of student welfare is appointed.
V.   PROGRAMMES
         Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
                    1. MBA (2 Yrs. Full time)
         Details for each Programme:
                   Name : MBA Programme
                   Number of seats : 60

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                      Duration : 2 Yrs. Full Time
                      Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years : 50 % and Rank of
                  UPTU – SEE / UPMCAT Exam.
                 Fee : Rs. 46,700/- p.a. as decided by State Fee Committee.
                 Placement Facilities :
Linkage with Industry:
         The institute has envisaged developed a global network with industries in India and abroad. Institute has
good relations with the industries. The faculty of institute develops MDPs for the managers of industries as well
as invites corporate managers to deliver lectures on various functional areas of managerial importance as
regular feature. Other activities which require linkage with the industry are as under :
        (a)     Plant Visits for Industrial Orientation : For exposure to practical problems faced by managers
in companies and their plants, visits to reputed companies is a regular feature. Industrial tours are also
organised from time to time. Participation in plant visits is compulsory.
       (b)      Educational Tours : Educational tours are also organised by the Institute each year. It is
compulsory for each student to join these tours at least once during the span of the programme.
         (c)      Summer/Project Training : Students of various courses have to undertake summer/project
training in companies of repute, as part of course curriculumn. The project report/thesis is an intensive learning
exercise for students to apply particular theoretical concepts into practical situations as experienced in the
industrial establishments.
        (d)    Final Placement : Students are trained in resume-writing and handling interviews condifently. A
placement brochure containing institute profile, its academic programmes and students profile is circulated
among a wide spectrum of companies in the private, public and government sectors. Also comapus recruitment
drives are undertaken by inviting companies to place institute’s students at entry level managerial positions.
Placement assistance is provided industry sector-wise as well as by functional area wise.
        For this purpose, the Institute has an active national and international placement cell which keeps
continuous interaction with industry, business houses, multinationals and the public sector undertakings with a
view to provide appropriate and timely career opportunities to its students.

            Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary
             and average salary :
             N/A

VI.        FACULTY
            Branch wise list faculty members: As on December 01, 2005
             Permanent Faculty (MBA Programme)


              Name(s) of the Teaching
  S.No.                                         Designation           Qualification With Field of specialization
                     Faculty

      1                  2                             3                                   4

                                                                                              Management &
      01        Mrs. Tejal G. Mathur        Executive Director       B.Com. (Hons) C.A.
                                                                                            Financial Accounting

                                                                     M.A. (Eco) MBA
                                                                                              Labour Laws; Human
      02        Prof. Nirmal Singh          Director               (FMS, Delhi); Ph.D.;
                                                                                            Resource Management
                                                                   Doctorate of Law

                                                                     BA (Eco. Hons);
                                                                                             Communication,
      03        Ms. Priyanka Malik          Lecturer               MBA; Dip. In E.Com.;
                                                                                            Marketing & Economics
                                                                   M.Tech. (Pursuing)



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                                                                                               Statistics; Operation
 04          Mr. Mohan Jain                Lecturer                  B.Sc.; M.C.A.
                                                                                             Research

                                                                                              Finance, General
 05          Mr. Kushal Kataria            Lecturer                  B.Com.; MBA
                                                                                             Management




                                 Visiting Faculty from Academics

  Prof. B.P. Singh            Ex. Head & Dean, DSE, Delhi University, Delhi
  Prof. A. Farooq Khan        Chairman, Faculty of Commerce, AMU, Aligarh (Presently at Sharjah)
  Prof. B.K. Mohanty          Chairman, Decision Science Group, IIM, Lucknow
  Prof. Azhar Kazmi           Chairmam Faculty of Management, AMU, Aligarh
  Prof. G.C. Agarwal          Ex. Director, MONIRBA, Allahabad
  Prof. A.P. Gupta            Director, Singhania Inst. of Mgmt. Kanpur
  Prof. D.N. Kakkar           Head, Deptt. of Mgmt, IIT Lucknow
  Prof. K.K. Saxena           Deptt. of Economics, IIT, Kanpur
  Prof. S.L. Gupta            Chairman, Faculty of Commerce, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
  Dr. B.L. Rawat              Former Director, Planning Commission, New Delhi
  Prof. Aditya Prasad         Deptt. of Computer Science, Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, USA
  Prof. M.B. Shukla           Director, M.G. Kashi Vidhya Peeth, Varanasi
  Prof. Samim Ahmed           Director, CEERI, Pilani (Rajasthan)
  Prof. Rakesh Khurana        Ex. Pro. Vice Chancellor, IGNOU, New Delhi
  Prof. R.K. Arora            Head, Computer Centre, IIT, New Delhi
  Prof. Grijesh Kumar         Faculty of Education, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
  Prof. G.N. Gandhi           Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi
  Dr. Shekhar Verma           Reader, IIIT, Gwalior
  Prof. R. Vinayak            Faculty of Commerce, M.D. University, Rohtak
  Dr. Rajeev Mishra           Head, Deptt. of Computer Science, H.B.T.I., Kanpur
  Prof. Prof. K.N. Tripathi   Dean, Faculty of Engineering South Campus, Delhi University, Delhi
  Prof. M.N. Mishra           Head & Dean, Deptt. of Management B.H.U., Varanasi
                              Dean, Deptt. Of Business Administration, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University,
  Dr. A.K. Sarkar
                              Bareilly
  Prof. P.K. Yadav            Head, Faculty of Management, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
  Prof. S.D. Vasishtha        Faculty of Commerce, M.D. University, Rohtak
  Prof. Mohd. Mustafa         Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi
  Prof. B. Nageshwar Rao Vikram University, Ujjain
 Prof. Sahib Singh            Consultant, IIFT, New Delhi
 Dr. Soti Shivendra
                              Ex. Principal, S.S. College, Shahjahanpur
Chandra
 Dr. Narendra Garg            M.D. University, Rohtak
  Prof. Sanjeev Bahadur       EMPI, New Delhi




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                             Visiting Faculty from Corporate World

 Shri R.K. Mathur            Asso. Director, Xerox India Ltd., Rampur
 Dr. S.S. Goroya             Sr. Vice President, Oswal Overseas Ltd.
 Shri R.K. Srivastava        Sr. Vice President, LML Ltd., Kanpur
 Shri H.C. Dave              Executive Director, IFFCO, Aonla
 Shri Subhas Jogata          Executive Director, Punj Lloyd, New Delhi
 Shri S.R. Laghate           Executive Director, Camphor & Allied Products, Bareilly.
 Shri Ravi Sinha             G.M., Hero Honda, Daruhera, Gurgaon
 Mr. Hemant Jain (IAS)       Controller (Finance), Ministry of Road Transport & Jahaj Rani, New Delhi
 Shri R.S. Mathur            General Manager, IFFCO, Aonla
 Shri K.B. Jouhri            Chief Manager, ITI Ltd., Mankapur
 Shri V.S. Srivastav         D.G.M., Hero Honda, Daruhera, Gurgaon
 Shri B.S. Behl              Chief Manager, Yamaha India Ltd., Faridabad
 Shri Jaideep Kohli          National Manager (Sales), HCL Infosystem Ltd., Mumbai
 Shri Iqbal Narain           Manager (Corp), Nestle (I) Ltd., New Delhi
 Shri B.N. Verma             Head (Mktg), Mohan Mekins Ltd., Ghazibad
 Shri Atul Bhatnagar         Manager (R), Indian Oil Corp. Ltd., Bareilly.
 Shri Y.K. Gupta             Reg. Personnel Manager, WIMCO Ltd., Bareilly
 Shri Sudhir Kapoor          Sr. Vice President, Siemens Ltd., Oman
 Shri Naveen Gulati          Manager (T&D), Escort Farmtech Division, Faridabad
 Mr. Vishal Johri            ASM, Bajaj Auto Ltd., Lucknow
 Mr. Anil Bhatnagar          Management Consultant, Ghaziabad
 Mr. Pankaj Kumar            DGM (Finance), C&AP, Bareilly
 Mr. R.R. Mishra             Manager (HR), Rampur Distellary, Rampur
 Mr. Alok Jain               Manager (Personnel), IFFCO, Aonla
 Prof. R. Vinayak            Faculty of Commerce, M.D. University, Rohtak
 Dr. Rajeev Mishra           Head, Deptt. of Computer Science, H.B.T.I., Kanpur
 Prof. Prof. K.N. Tripathi   Dean, Faculty of Engineering South Campus, Delhi University, Delhi
 Prof. M.N. Mishra           Head & Dean, Deptt. of Management B.H.U., Varanasi
 Dr. A.K. Sarkar             Dean, Deptt. ofBusiness Administration, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
 Prof. P.K. Yadav            Head, Faculty of Management, M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly
 Prof. S.D. Vasishtha        Faculty of Commerce, M.D. University, Rohtak
 Prof. Mohd. Mustafa         Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi
 Prof. B. Nageshwar Rao      Vikram University, Ujjain
 Prof. Sahib Singh           Consultant, IIFT, New Delhi
 Dr. Soti Shivendra
                             Ex. Principal, S.S. College, Shahjahanpur
Chandra
 Dr. Narendra Garg           M.D. University, Rohtak
 Dr. P.C. Gupta              G.B.P.U.A.T., Pantnagar



            Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio : Strictly 01 : 15


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      VII.           PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL
        EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED
1.      Name                         :      Dr. Nirmal Singh.
2.      Date of Birth                :      5th May 1938.

3.      Educational Qualification :         MA, MBA (FMS), PGDBM (FMS), Ph.D,
                                            LLB, LLD (Refer Annexure A for details)

4.      Work Experience              :      Teaching -     37 Years
                                            Research -     21 Years      (Refer Annexure B for details)
                                            Industry -     04 years

5.      Area of Specialization       :      (1) Human Resource Management
                                            (2) Marketing
                                            (3) Business Law

6.      Subjects teaching at
        (a) Under Graduate Level :          All Subjects

        (b) Post Graduate Level      :      (1) Principles of Management
                                            (2) Human Resource Management
                                            (3) Business Law
                                            (4) Business Communication


7.      Research guidance            :      More than 200 Projects

        No. of papers published in
        - Master’s                 :          National Journals            23
        - Ph.D.                    :          International Journals       12
                                              Conferences -National        16
                                                            -International 9
8.      Project carried out           :       6
9.      Patents                       :       N/A
10.     Technology Transfer           :       N/A
11.     Research Publications         :       9
12.     No. of Books published        :       18 Books.
                            1.    Principles of Management – Practices and Techniques;
                            2.    Human Relations and Organisational Behaviour – Concept, Practices
                                  and Techniques;
                             3.   Principles and Techniques of Personnel Management/ Human
                                  Resource Management;
                             4.   Organisational Behaviour and Group Behaviour;
                             5.   Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining;
                             6.   Discipline and Disciplinary Proceeding;
                             7.   Industrial Relation in Newspaper Industry;
                             8.   HRM and Industrial Relations;
                             9.   Business Law.



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Educational Qualification (Annexure A)

                       1. Bachelor of Arts - 1962;
                       2. Master Degree in Economics - 1965;
                       3. Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management - 1968 ;
                          (FMS- Delhi University)
                       4. Master of Business Management - 1970 ;
                          (FMS- Delhi University);
                       5. Ph. D. - 1973;
                       6. Bachelor of Law (Delhi University)- 1975;
                       7. Post Graduate Diploma in Labour Law (Indian Law Institute) -1977;
                       8. Post Graduate Diploma in Administrative Law – 1978;
                          (Indian Law Institute).



Work Experience (Annexure B)

                       1. Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University (1968-71) - Lecturer;
                          (To teach MBA Students)
                       2. All India Institute of Medical sciences, NSPB (1972-78) – Lecturer
                          (To teach Master of Hospital Administration, classes)
                       3. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (1979- 96) - Lecturer and Incharge
                          of International Relations;
                       4. Guru Nanak institute of Management (1996-2001) - Director;
                       5. Guru Nanak institute of Management 2001 – June 2005 - Director
                          General.
                       6. Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute, Greater Noida from July 2005.




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      VIII.                                          FEE
          Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
         Rs. 46,700/- p.a.(Being Changed)
          Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.
         Semester wise
          Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount :
         Rs. 20,000/- for University Toppers
          Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship. :
         Minimum 75% marks.
          Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels. :
         Rs. 25,000/- p.a.
IX.      ADMISSION
          Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval. :
         60 seats
          Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last
            three years. :
         60 p.a.
          Number of applications received during last two years for admission under
            Management Quota and number admitted. :
         More than 500 on an average.
X.    Admission Procedure
         As per affiliating University Guidelines.
XI.      CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION
         As per affiliating University Guidelines.

     XII. INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE

LIBRARY:
Library offers students an excellent collection of carefully selected more than 12000 Indian and Foreign books
including latest edition of Encyclopedia. Each course has its separate library viz. Management, Information
Technology, Pharmacy and Teacher Education.

Institute subscribes 15 Foreign Journals including Harvard Business Review (HBR) Journal of Marketing (AMA),
Journal of International Business (AMA) and Journal of Macro Marketing (Sage Publication), more than 70
Indian Journals, Magazines, Year Books and annual reports on Business and Current Affairs and 9 daily news
papers.

Our Digital Library subscribes 168 on-line Journals, more than 500 CDs, 165 Video Cassette on Management
and other areas.

COMPUTING FACILITIES:
         Central Computing facility:
       The institute has excellent infrastructure to develop skills among students using latest software
development tools and technologies.
       State-of-the-art full air-conditioned computer centre has following facilities which has been developed in
phases as per the requirement of the course curriculum and to enable students to meet the challenges of the
contemporary business environment.
         Data Base Lab                                         Data Networking Lab
         Multimedia Lab                                       Organisation Lab
         Microprocessor 8085/8086 Lab                          Electronics Lab
         Mat Lab                                               DAA Lab

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     Other Salient features of computer centre :
        (a)     The computer centre will be linkedup with Internet through own V-SAT with 24x7 connectivity.
        (b)   All labs will have star topology well equipped with Switch port and Window, Unix/Linex or any
              other server as per requirement of timely course curriculum and the need of industry.
        (c)   The computer systems will be connected with digital camera, Handycam, LCD/DLP Projectors
        (d) Institute also plans to offer consultancies to various industries in developing software(s) for their
            use.
The emphasis will be laid on making the students proficient in computer operations. The impetus is to enable
the would-be managers of tomorrow to apply various managerial tools for solving intricate business problems.
Software Development Cell

        The Institute has excellent infrastructure to develop skills among students using latest software
development tools and technologies. Institute also offers consultancies to various industries in developing
software(s) for their use.

WORKSHOPS:

        Language Lab

     As communication plays a vital role in the present business world, to meet this need RBMI has a well-
developed language lab to provide the platform to the students to improve their communication skills.
        Psychology Lab

     The institute has made an unique in house arrangement for developing Psycho-analytical skills of
students. This lab consist of various electronic/electrical and manual tests through which intelligence, learning,
achievement, creativity personality, aptitude, interest can be tested.
Teaching Learning process
The Institute has an unique distinction of organizing 2 International Seminars, 10 National Seminars, 15
Symposiums and 8 National Level Workshops on various contemporary issues of business interest.

Co-curricular Activities

      For overall development of the personality institute organizes state level Cricket, Chess, Table Tanis and
Volley Ball tournament. Organisation of National level cultural programme ―Bharat Mahotsav‖ is a regular
feature. Institute also organizes its annual function as ―Indra Dhanush–the cultural eve and fashion show’.



                    GLIMPSES OF LAST-YEARS ACTIVITIES
       Organised National Seminar on ―Business Education : Problems & Prospects‖
       Organised National Seminar on         ―Role of Information Technology in 21 st Century : Strategies &
        Challenges‖.
       Organised National Seminar on ―India & World Trade in Third Millennum‖
       Symposium on ―India & Wrold Trade in Third Millennium‖
       Symposium on ―India Export in 21st Century : Vision & Action‖
       Symposium on ―Corporate Governance : Challenges to New Millennium‖
       Symposium on ―Economic Role of Government‖
       Industrial Tours to IFFCO, Camphor & Allied Products, Century Pulp & Paper Mills Ltd., Maruti Udyog
        Ltd., Escort Ltd., Mohan Mekins Ltd., Modern Food Industries, Thomson Press (I) Ltd., Modi Xerox Ltd.,
        WIMCO Ltd., Escorts Yamaha.
       Organised Trade Fair ―Perspective–2000‖

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             Fun Trips to Nepal, Nainital, Agra, Dehradun, Haldwani, Zim Corbett Park and other places
        Organised two days National Seminar on ―Economic Developmentin the Era of Uncertainty : Strategies
         & Challenges‖ on dated 20-21 Jan’02.
        Organised National Seminar on ―Managerial Challenges & Prospects in WTO Regime‖ on April 05-06,
         2003.
        Organised an International Seminar on ―Success Mantras for IT Industry in next decade‖ on Oct. 11,
         2003.
        Organised Workshop on ―Export Marketing and documentation (Techniques & Procedure)‖ on Nov 23-
         24, 2003.
        Organised National Seminar on ―Business Process Outsourcing : India's Advantage‖ on March 23-24,
         2004.
        Organised ―Indra Dhanush-Cultural Eve and Fashion Show‖ on April. 2004.
        Organised ―Bharat Mahotsav‖ on Nov. 4, 2004.
        Organised Musical Nite by Bhupendra Singh ―Bhuppe‖ on Nov. 5, 2004.
        Organised two days National Seminar on ―Positioning Brand India in Global Market‖ on dated 04-05
         Mar’05.
        Organised National Symposium on ―Indian Pharma Industry Challenges and Opportunities‖ on dated 11
         Apr’05.
        Organised ―Indra Dhanush-Cultural Eve and Fashion Show‖ on 30 April. 2005.
        Symposium on " Indian Pharma Industry: Opportunities & Challenges " on Apr 11, 2005
       Bharat Mahotsav, Nov. 9-10, 2005
       Gursevak Mann Night on 10th Nov. 2005.
        Four days Workshop on "JAVA & DOT NET FRAMEWORK" on Feb 27 to Mar. 2 , 2006
        National Seminar on "India's Promise in Asian Century: Vision & Action " on March 24-25, 2006


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