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News Article | June 28, 2017

BGU, Bhubaneswar offers a two-year full-time MBA program for aspiring students. This program is designed to provide students with the necessary acumen and skills and boost their career. For admission into MBA program, candidates can apply online. -- The marketplace today is continuously evolving and becoming complex day by day. As such companies are hunting for skilled candidates with a strong academic background and effective business acumen and skills, and are hiring graduates with an MBA degree. To fulfill this great demand, Birla Global University Bhubaneswar is offering a two-year full-time MBA program for aspiring candidates.Birla Institute of Management Technology (BIMTECH), Bhubaneswar was set up in the year 2013 by Birla Academy of Art & Culture as a branch of its three-decade old top ranking B-School BIMTECH, Greater Noida. The Institute of international repute was established to create a global learning environment in the eastern part of India. In four-years' time, BIMTECH has made a mark and gained popularity as a reputed institute that offers quality education, and successful placements to its students. Currently, it is a part of the Birla Global University under the name - School of Management.BGU's MBA program is a residential program and is structured in accordance to the industry. The program, divided into six trimesters, offers specialization in subjects of Marketing, Finance, Human Resources and Operations which are offered from the third trimester. Students are introduced to real-time business scenarios through industry-academia interface, guest lectures, summer internship, workshops, industry visits, and short term and live projects. The Vice-Chancellor of the reputed institute conveyed, 'our goal is to impart quality management education to students and working executives to help them shape their career and to prepare them for the competitive and dynamic business environment'.For admission, aspiring candidates can log on to the University's website and fill in the online application. You are required to have appeared in any of the Admission Test for MBA programs across the country such as CAT/XAT/MAT/CMAT/ GMAT. Admission is based on the score secured in these competitive exams. After examination of the online applications, eligible candidates are intimated for the next round which consists of Essay Writing, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.  Final selection into the program includes suitable weightages allotted for professional experience, academic qualifications, regional background, etc.With only 15 seats left, students willing to become a part of this reputed institute should hurry and apply today on online-application? ty... Birla Global University is a self-financed private university and formed by the authorization of Birla Global University Odisha Act, 2015. The University has four schools under its name and provides quality and industry-oriented education to its students.For more details and further enquiries, please visit MBA-Course Birla Global UniversityIDCO Plot No. 2, Institutional Area, GothapatnaBhubaneswar – 751029, Odisha, INDIATel : 0674 – 7103001-10Fax : 0674 – 7103011Tel : 0674 – 6510390, 7103001 (Extn.–141,143, 146, 147)Mobile : 7381058302, 9776129900Toll Free : 1800 – 212 – 3001Email :

News Article | November 21, 2016

The Birla Institute of Management Technology, or BIMTECH BBSR, has officially been renamed as the Birla Global University.

Padakandla S.R.,Institute of Management Technology
Ecological Indicators | Year: 2016

Observed meteorological data demonstrates that temperature has increased by 0.74 °C in the last hundred years with the bulk of the warming occurring in the last 50 years. This paper examines the impact of climate change on five major crops in the former state of Andhra Pradesh using district level panel data for the period 1981-2010. Analysis of data shows that crop yields are significantly impacted by climate for rice, tobacco and groundnut. Crops grown in rabi are more susceptible to changes in climate than those in kharif, while drought crops like jowar are found to withstand changes in climate better than others. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Jena R.K.,Institute of Management Technology
International Review on Computers and Software | Year: 2012

Day by day, Cloud computing is becoming a very promising computing platform for various applied areas of computing including science, engineering and business. A Cloud infrastructure is consisting of multiple distributed and heterogeneous resources. The notion of a Cloud has existed in one form or another for some time now. But due to the recent advances in virtualization technologies and ICT enabled business, this concept has became more appealing today. Clouds computing aim to deliver more economical solutions to both consumers and providers. The minimization of energy consumption plays a crucial role in the context of the economical solution for computing. Energy usage in Cloud computing has yielded many other concerns like carbon emissions and system reliability. Global warming due to carbon emission is the main concern in present day computation. This paper discusses the various elements of Clouds, which contribute to the energy consumption and carbon emissions. Toward the end, this paper also discusses the solutions to minimize the carbon emission. © 2012 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. - All rights reserved.

Sharma J.,Institute of Management Technology
International journal of electronic healthcare | Year: 2012

Technology is major stimulus for change and is imbibed in various forms; especially in the field of medical devices and bio-medical instruments used in life and death situations. Cardiotocograph (CTG), a foetal heart rate and uterine contraction monitoring and measurement machine, is a valuable tool in the process of childbirth. The Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is an engineering technique with the number one priority being to satisfy the customer. The aim of using QFD in this paper is to highlight the limitations and complexities of the present instrument. The paper attempts to first discuss out the operational details of the instrument along with a brief review of the relevant literature. Following this, its functional analysis is carried out through QFD - a TQM tool. The resultant outcome enlists CTG functions with their Raw Weight and Priority Score. A detailed theoretical analysis of results pinpoints basic functional limitation of exiting machine.

Gupta V.K.,Institute of Management Technology
International Journal of Value Chain Management | Year: 2010

Continuity and change are key paradigms of strategic thinking. Most of the literature has focused on strategic change and gradual transformation. Dealing with flexibility, continuity and change has been an area of growing interest to researchers and business organisations to cope with the uncertainty. Outbound automotive supply chain, involving large dealer network, third party logistics and multimode transportation, has become very complex. Vehicle recall, hence, reverse supply chain, has now become common and needs to be included in any strategy for outbound supply chain. This research work focuses on study of outbound supply chain of the largest automotive company in India and understanding how they are coping up with the forces of continuity and change. Based on this research, the aim is to develop a flexible strategic framework for effectively managing forces of continuity and change in outbound supply chains, which can be applied to other similar organisations. Copyright © 2010 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.

Ghosh M.,Institute of Management Technology
Journal of Health Management | Year: 2012

Short-term approaches or patch working are the predominant modes of solving process-related problems in organizations. As a result, problems recur at regular intervals and inhibit their smooth functioning. Organizational leaders have adopted various quality initiatives to produce sustainable change, but the existing literature suggests that many of them have met with limited success. The 'A3 Process', adapted from Toyota Motor Corporation, has been proposed as a pragmatic problem-solving technique for creating sustainable organizational change. Observing, drawing iconic sketches, discussing with other stakeholders, and experimenting has helped each stakeholder gain a deeper, contextualized understanding of the problem. These activities influenced knowledge validation and/or knowledge creation, both instrumental in transforming the stakeholder's passive mindset to a collaborative and active mindset. This article presents one of the many applications of the A3 Process that produced enduring change in a health care environment. © 2012 SAGE Publications.

Jena R.K.,Institute of Management Technology
International Review on Computers and Software | Year: 2013

Wireless communication technologies have now greatly impact our daily lives. From indoor wireless LANs to outdoor cellular mobile networks, wireless technologies have benefited billions of users around the globe. The era of vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) is now evolving, gaining attention and momentum. This paper discusses the concept, research trends and application in VANET. © 2013 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l. -All rights reserved.

Chakrabarti S.,Institute of Management Technology
British Food Journal | Year: 2010

Purpose: The paper aims to document the findings of an expert survey in the organic food category in India. It seeks to highlight the relative importance attached by the experts to key explanatory variables in the consumers' purchase process of organic food. It attempts to integrate with the relevant consumer survey findings published in India in recent times in organic food category. Design/methodology/approach: The list of experts was prepared by including regular and well-known speakers in different agri enclaves and summits and who are members of different food industry bodies. Experts were contacted through judgmental sampling method. Feedback on the expert questionnaires was collected from July to October 2007 from 33 highly knowledgeable senior experts primarily through face-to-face personal surveys and through e-mail surveys. Findings: Importance placed on health motivation has the highest average rating and is one of the lowest standard deviations among the explanatory variables in the expert survey. Experts also rate the importance of the three mentioned attitudes (about conviction about utility of organic food, reputation of store and certification process-related information), organic food-specific consumer innovativeness, organic food-specific consumer opinion leadership, word of mouth (WOM) (activity), WOM (praise) and affective commitment about the store to be high in the consumers' purchase process. Originality/value: The novelty of the paper lies in the fact that it addresses the key issues facing the organic food category in India from an expert survey point of view. © Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Jena R.K.,Institute of Management Technology
Computers in Human Behavior | Year: 2015

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is becoming a fast changing and renewing technology for higher education industry. With the advancement of ICT tools and techniques, social media evolved as a prominent communications tool and found to be a facilitating tool for teaching and learning, particularly in the higher education. Thus, academic institutions and faculty are under pressure to use the social networking sites, such as Facebook and LinkedIn, to connect with students and to deliver instructional content. This has led to a rise in stress among academicians for efficient and effective use of social media and other ICT based tools for collaborative learning. This study analyzes the relationship between Technostress creators, Technostress Inhibitors and Technostress effect among Indian academician in collaborative teaching and learning environment using concepts of socio-technical theory and role. This research is conducted on 216 academicians in India through questionnaire based survey. The study found a strong relationship between Technostress creators, Technostress Inhibitors and Technostress effect. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd.

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