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The students of DoMS are a reflection of its capability to produce renaissance managers of the future. They are the products of a transformation brought about by a rigorous academic curriculum, a healthy and interactive study culture and a broad-based orientation, as well as an inculcation in the values and morals which will make the students responsible managers and outstanding citizens of tomorrow. This is the purpose for the existence of the school.
At DoMS, we firmly believe in producing well rounded personalities, hence it isn't all work and no play at our campus. Numerous skills and talents have been unearthed from amongst our students and to allow these talents to flourish, numerous clubs have been started for likeminded individuals to meet and polish their skills. Along with that, there are social services clubs to allow students get in touch with reality and do their bit for the upliftment of the society as a whole.
DoMS follows the trimester pattern. A normal day at DoMS starts at morning 9.30. There are 4 sessions during which the syllabus is covered. The remaining the time is spent by the students being engaged in various activities like quizzes, case study presentations, etc which help a student develop his extracurricular caliber.
The DoMS helps students discover their own selves, in terms of their personal values, strengths and aspirations. A student has an option of using a well equipped digitalized library. A well facilitated gymnasium and swimming pool is provided to keep students physically fit. Various sports facilities like tennis court, basketball courts are also provided to suit student interest. NITT's computer support facility is the Octagon; this centre is maintained by the Computer Support Group (CSG). This centre is open 24/7. NITT has a campus-wide Local Area Network and an 8 Mbit/s Internet connection through Software Technology Parks of India (STPI). DoMS has a well facilitated computer lab which is accessible to students during class hours which provides high speed internet availability.
Female students are accommodated in the Opal hostel complex. Male students are accommodated in one of the 16 men’s hostel situated in the campus. The hostels are well furnished with facilities like high speed Wi-Fi, heaters and full time security. Mess facilities are available which serve quality food and the dishes are such that they serve the cravings of each and every student.
Other facilities inside the college include a around the clock hospital, cafeterias and hotels. Shops are available inside the campus which cater to the basic needs of the students while for other shopping needs students can catch buses to Trichy city.
There are a lot of tourist spots in and around the college all of which are accessible by a proper network of buses which can be boarded from the college’s main gate. Places like Tanjavoor, Puliancholai are attractive places which will provide the students with an opportunity to tune out from the academic course and relax for a while.
With the Quality month celebrations in full bloom around the globe, DOMS, NIT Trichy too played its part. Mr Manikandan M, Manager & Head Zero Defects programme ,Rolls-Royce delivered a short session on Quality and Zero Defects, which kick started with an exciting round of quiz.
WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION
The Department of Management Studies,NIT Trichy celebrated Women's Day on 8th March,2019 focussing on the theme of "Enriching Equality for Women and Emphasizing Progress for All". The theme was in tandem with the theme of International Women's Day which is 'Better the balance, Better the world'.
As the department completes 40 years of existence,it is also a landmark year as it is the first time that the head of the department post is being held by a woman. Under the guidance of Dr.P. Sridevi, HOD of DoMS, the students and faculty had an engaging day with activities and inspiring speeches.
Dr. Sridevi in her speech quoted about the McKinsey global study, "If the women participation in the Indian workforce moves up by 10 percent,it can add 4 lakh crores per year to our GDP". The HOD encouraged the female students to work harder, break glass ceilings and work towards an inclusive working
The festival of lights is an outcome of an epic tale that spreads the teachings of unity and harmony. Light over darkness, hope over despair, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil as even the UN lights up with this regard, this year. Diwali, where in parts of the world light up with candles, earthen lamps and lanterns to commemorate the festivities and Indians celebrate with breathtakingly beautiful fireworks on display, with friends and family, was celebrated in DoMS as well, to brighten the evening. Starting with the lighting of “diyas” and decorating the floral design to the “aarti” and sweets offered to God, every student’s heart delved into devotional moments for the festivity. Soon after, students took charge of bursting of crackers in full swing. With subtle background music, dinner was served and it was a sumptuous one! No sooner the dinner was done, desi beats were played and the whole night turned into a DJ party. The whole event was more or less a festival celebrated at a home away from home! As the festival marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya from his 14-year-long exile, the whole concept of Diwali to spread the culture and enrich the current state of affairs of a nation, was seen clearly in DoMS!
Holi is a Hindu spring festival, also known as the "festival of colours" or the "festival of love". The festival signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, end of winter, and for many a festive day to meet others, play and laugh, forget and forgive, and repair broken relationships. It is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. As every year DOMS celeberated Holi this year too with great zest and zeal. All the first year and second year students coloured each other in 'Gulal'. This day observed people from varied states, forgetting their religions and variations and drenching themselves in colours of diversities. The day turned out to be an amazing event to bring together the entire family of DOMS and unleash the inner kids in all.
Onam is one of the most ancient Hindu festivals which is still celebrated with a great devotion. Onam marks the homecoming of King Mahabali, a legendary king, who ruled Kerala in ancient times. DoMS, patronizing the culture of every Indian, took great pleasure in organizing the best possible identical celebration of Kerala.
The delighted event started by welcoming ‘Penkuttis’ walking in with the custom white & colour striped Kerala sarees accompanying the “Aankuttis’ who were tying the strands of their Dhotis over their dazzling Kurtas. The greatness of the king was explained alongside with a prototype – Mr. Harisankar, who was dressed up just like the king Mahabali. Adding up spice to the celebration, a 15 course meal popularly known as Onasadya was served.The custom boat ride was replaced with a ‘Slow- Cycle’ race, ‘Oonjal’, Uriyadi, Tug-of-War and of course, the girls dancing for ‘Thiruvathira’ was adding up pleasance all over the ambience. Games were followed by a Flash Mob. Selfies flashing in hundreds per second with DJ by side took us to the end of jubilation. Despite the festival being popular in Kerala, all the pupils who belonged to 18 different states of Hindustan gathered together to make the event a grand success and a crowd overwhelmed with happiness in their face and heart.
TEACHER’S DAY CELEBRATIONS
Teaching is the most influential job in the world. Techers are known to shape the mind of every student and without knowledge no one can exist in this world. To embrace this great work of our faculties we, in DOMS celebrated teacher’s day on September 5th 2017 as a token of thanksgiving. All the faculties and students were invited to Barn hall, Cultural programs and events were organized. We had a oppurtunity to have a healthy conversation with faculties about our career plans while having lunch. Students brought sweets, cards and gifts for teaching and non-teaching staffs to express our gratitude and love. Teachers were asked to participate in fun events so that they can take a break and enjoy the celebrations. It was one of the memorable day in DOMS.
THE ULTIMATE MANAGER
The Ultmate Manager, the flagship event of PRAGYAN conducted their first outreach in Thiagrajar college of Engineering, Madurai. Its an event to test the all-round managerial skills of an individual. To become an Ultimate manager, an individual has to pass through five rigorous rounds.The Event managers are- Mukul Sreenivsan, Fayha A.K, Prashanth, Lakshmidas Kamath, Aditya Oswal, Shaleni Gupta, Anwesha , Deepika, Somyaroop.
FIRST YEAR (2017-2019):
Right from their induction, the 39th batch of DoMS-NITT have been engaged in a plethora of activities, ranging from club activities to workshops and guest lectures.
The FIRM games is a management cum sports intradepartmental event of DoMS organized with the intent of serving as an icebreaker between seniors and juniors. Students being segregated into Falcons, Invincibles, Rudras and Morpheus, get to showcase their athletic, managerial and team-building skills in order to compete for the coveted trophy.
Team Morpheus was declared as the winners of FIRM games 2017, with team Falcons being the runners-up.
Freshers’ Day celebrations:
As per the tradition of DoMS, Freshers’ day celebrations are held every year, which acts as another platform to put their talents on display and also in getting to know their peers better.
Tulasi Brahma and Dinesh Rajamuthu were crowned Ms Fresher and Mr Fresher for the year 2017 respectively.
Anandu Mohan was awarded with Mr. Fit title, Shreya Mahipala as Ms. Cute and Alen Nero as Mr. Flirt. King of Hearts was Asvin and Drama Queen award was given to Tanushri Kothari.
The inauguration and inductions for Nisadhya (Marketing Club), Vittiya (Finance Club), OpEx (Operations Club), Persona (HR Club) and Analytica (Analytics Club) were conducted.
A workshop on MS Excel for Statistics was conducted by Mr Aswin Kumar, Adobe Systems.
Digital Technology/ Transformation Trends in Industry by Mr Navin Mathew, Executive from Sonata Software.
Interdisciplinary Modelling and Analysis for Business and Policy by Mr Badri Narayanan G, University of Washington, Seattle.
Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning by Dr Sheena, Assistant Professor, SoMS-NIT Surathkal.
Emerging Trends in MBA by Mr Lakshmi Narasimha Chari.
Game Theory by Dr Alka Chadha, Associate Professor, IIM Trichy.
Within a short span of time, the students have participated and excelled in various fests such as the Heber Fest (Bishop Heber College), Festember’17 (NITT) and Tarang’17 (SoMS-NIT Calicut), winning the overall championship trophy at Tarang for the second time in a row. There has also been active participation in Google Startup Weekend, with students securing second and third place.
SECOND YEAR (2016-2018)
The 38th batch of DoMS-NITT has an intense year, with their own share of guest lectures, club activities and workshops. The students have won laurels in events outside and inside DoMS. Research papers have been authored by several students.
The 37th Batch of DoMS-NITT were given a fitting farewell by the 38th Batch. Various events and games were conducted to celebrate the bond between the seniors and the juniors.
Praveen SV of 2nd Year MBA has published a paper titled “Shakespeare- The Brand” in the “International Journal of Emerging Research in Management & Technology”, Vol. 6, Issue-8.
Tryambak Chatterjee authored Research Paper titled “Prediction of Survivors in Titanic Dataset: A Comparative Study using Machine Learning Algorithms” has been published in the “International Journal of Emerging Research in Management and Technology”, Volume 6, Issue 6, June 2017.
Tryambak Chatterjee and Aditi Shukla authored Research Paper titled “Consumer Preferences to Specific Features in Mobile Phones: A Comparative Study” has been published in the “International Journal of Emerging Research in Management and Technology”, Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017.
Surendheran R, Monisha Ravi authored Research paper titled “Application of Logistic Regression model to determine the Academic Performance of MBA Students of Department of Management Studies, NIT Tiruchirappalli” has been published in the “International Journal of Management & Business Studies (IJMBS)”, Volume 7, Issue 2, April-June 2017.
Tryambak Chatterjee authored Research Paper titled “Meta-heuristics for solving nurse scheduling problem: A comparative study” has been published in the“Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Digital Library”, November 2016.
A workshop on Tally was conducted by Mr Avinci Krishna, Auditor.
A bootcamp on Business Analysis and IT Consultancy was held by Mr Sivakumar S, BNP Paribas, Mr Patrick Godwin, TCS, Mr Varun Keshari, CTS and Mr Sivashankar A, Navitas Life Sciences.
A workshop on R language was conducted by Mr Renold Devaraj from Group M.
Decision Analysis for Managers by Dr K. Ganesh, Senior Knowledge Expert & Global Lead in Supply Chain Management Centre of Competence at McKinsey & Company and an alumnus of NIT Trichy.
Trading and its opportunities by Mr Krishna Murthy, Trading Head of Sharekhan, Chennai.
Venture Capital by Prof. G. Sabarinathan, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Finance and Accounting area, IIM Bangalore
At DoMS, students are offered wide opportunities to explore their skills and showcase them at various events. Our students have been successful at various managerial fests such as Progyan’16 (Sastra University), Vista’16 (IIM Bangalore), Varchasva’16 (IIM Lucknow), Dhruva’16 (IIM Trichy), Backwaters’16 (IIM Kozhikode) and Pragyan’17 (NIT Trichy).