Management Programme

Management Programme

Over the years the concept of management has grown manifolds. Now it is being recognised as a profession. Innovation & technological developments have brought the most sophisticated products in the market; as a result of this, business establishments have become complex which require new managerial skills. The success of business enterprises depends on the efficiency of management. Management is often seen as the brain of the modern day organisation which gives the thought to it and motivates the organisation to achieve its target. Management gives a vision, mission, objective and goal to the organisation and integrates all its departments.

The future managers should be capable enough of handling the intense competition being thrown with the advent of liberalization of the Indian economy. Keeping this in mind, DDE Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences, has devised the management programme of the Post Graduate & Under Graduate levels. These will surely help in preparing the students to polish their skills to adopt the modern day management techniques and be the part of the creamy layer emerging B-Schools of India.


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Welcome to SHUATS

The Agricultural Institute was established under the leadership of Dr. Sam Higginbottom, in 1910, as an ecumenical Institution of the Christian Churches and Church organizations in India. In order to obtain more academic freedom and to strengthen the specialized programmes of Teaching, Research and Extension a proposal was submitted to the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India by the Director, Dr. Rajendra B. Lal on the 31st of August 1994, that the Institute be granted the status of a Deemed University. In 1997 a team of experts from ICAR and UGC visited the Institute and gave their recommendation that the Institute be declared as a Deemed University, as it had all the potentials of a University. On the 15th of March 2000, Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Honable Minister of HRD, Govt. of India, gave his approval to the recommendations of the UGC.