Humanities Department

Krishna Engineering College, Ghaziabad

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About Us


Welcome to the department of Humanities at Krishna Engineering College.

Aim
The Department of Humanities play a significant role in developing students into true professionals ready to take on the business dynamics with great zeal and conviction. We aim to train future Technocrats/Engineering Managers through concerted efforts and careful nurturing. The department caters for academic curriculum as per University syllabus in B Tech 2nd yr, 3rd yr and 4th yr across all branches.

The students are taught Industrial Psychology and Industrial Sociology with an objective to make them familiar with industrial set up and corresponding behavioral patterns. The knowledge of Human values & Professional ethics ensure their right understanding in order to identify & establish the ultimate goals of life. Engineering Economics and Industrial Management enable them correlate their projects with the financial components in an industrial setting. We also develop the students keen to be the entrepreneurs, by imparting an in depth knowledge about the Entrepreneurship and basic requirements in setting up a small scale industry.

Vision:
Empowering students from diverse backgrounds to become productive and ethical technocrats/ Engineering Managers.

Mision:
The Department of Management Studies has created new TEMPO in technical and managerial education with sole mission of converting students into true professionals and is committed to excellence in integrated technology, experiential education, professional enrichment, career orientation and student’s advancement.

Programme Educational Objectives:

  1. To provide student with an academic environment par excellence, leadership abilities, written ethical codes & guidelines.
  2. To provide students with a solid foundation in managerial concepts and fundamentals required to solve engineering problems.
  3. To train students with good managerial skills so as to comprehend, analyze, design and create novel products and solutions for the real life problems.
  4. To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork and group dynamics, multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.


HOD's Message




Prof Pradip Kr Pathak

MA, MBA
pradip.pathak@krishnacollege.ac.in


Message:
Humanities department deals with the subjects that are mainly concerned with human beings whose behavior is highly unpredictable. The subjects taught by Humanities department are highly interactive, experiential and engaging, designed to empower the learner toward the process of analyzing one's life in relationship to the community in which one lives and works. This helps them achieve the expected results quickly and economically in terms of effective and efficient Management in the business dynamics.

Humanities as a unique field of study are a synergy of economics, political science, human psychology, operations research and statistics as well as sociology. It is therefore, to be understood from all these perspectives. The study becomes more dynamic since it is applicable in a vibrant, ever changing and complex environment. The principles, rules and guidelines covered under the curriculum are so versatile that we find its pervasiveness everywhere. They guide probably in all situations, but their interpretations keep on changing in every such situation and from person to person. The department of Humanities is committed to impart adequate knowledge through interactive sessions, role plays, Management by objective (MBO) and case studies apart from regular lectures on different concepts/theories pertaining to Industrial psychology, Industrial sociology, Industrial Management, Engineering economics, Entrepreneurship development and more importantly Human values & professional ethics. In addition, we inculcate among the students, the habit of learning creative skills through active participation in annual literary fest and publication of college magazine “Impression”. I feel proud to lead an intellectual group of faculties. I am also confident that our students would continue to prove their mettle in professional arena and bring laurels to the Institution as a routine.

All the best! May God bless!!!!





Faculty Page


P K Pathak

Professor and Head

Dr. Rama Goel

Assistant Professor

Tanushree Sanwal

Assistant Professor

Neha Joshi

Assistant Professor

Aishvarya Chaudhary

Assistant Professor


Research and Development


Department of Humanities
List of Some Research Papers
1
Pathak Pradip (2015), Review & Recommendation of Paper "On Boarding Process & Employee Engagement", (Paper Code 013), in the Proceedings of International Conference on Management Cases, ' Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida (U P), India.
2
Pathak Pradip (2015), Review & Recommendation of Paper "Assessing the preference of customer's insurance", (Paper Code 015), in the Proceedings of International Conference on Management Cases, ' Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida (U P), India.
3
Pathak Pradip (2015), Review & Recommendation of Paper "Off line vs Online shopping: The study of customer preference", (Paper Code 016), in the Proceedings of International Conference on Management Cases, ' Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida (U P), India.
4
Pathak Pradip (2011), “Operations & Quantitative Management” in the Proceedings of International Conference on Managerial Challenges & Emerging Trends , 'Symbiosis Institute of Operations Management’, SIOM, Nashik (Maharastra), India.
5
Pathak Pradip (2012), “Environmental Challenges: A Case Study of Indian Automobile Industry” in the Proceedings of International Conference on Management Cases, ' Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida (U P), India.
6
Pathak Pradip (2013), “Project Management: An Organized Venture for Managing Projects in Business Dynamics” in the Proceedings of International Conference on Managerial Practices & Trends , ' Indian Institute of Management’, IIM,Bangalore (Karnataka), India.
7
Pathak Pradip (2014), “Managing Projects- A case study of Rishi Infra Projects” in the Proceedings of International Conference on Management Cases, ' Birla Institute of Management Technology, Greater Noida (U P), India.
8
Pathak Pradip (2010), Turn Around Management- A modern Approach to Corporate Restructuring: Journal of Vishveshwaraya School of Business Management, 2(1), pp.16-21.
9
Pathak Pradip (2011), Mergers and Acquisitions in India: The Managerial Strategy of Survival and Growth: Journal of Vishveshwaraya School of Business Management, 3(1), pp.43-50.
10
Pathak Pradip, Dayal Rahul (2012), Correlation between Environmental Forces and Levels of Changes in ISO-14001 Certified companies in India: Srujan, 1(2), pp.46-53.
11
Pathak Pradip, Dayal Rahul (2013), GSCM: A Rational Approach to Global Environmental Concerns: Srujan, 2(3).
12
Goel Rama (2011), “Management Support for change” in the proceedings of International Conference on O.D. (ICOD2011) in I.M.T., Ghaziabad.
13
Goel Rama (2011), “Top Management Sponsorship for Organizational Change” in the ‘Emerging Management Techniques in Economic Development in India- WISDOM’ journal of VSBM, Gr. Noida.
14
Goel Rama (2012), “Innovative Strategies for Attrition Management” in the Handbook of Management and Behavioural Science, Wisdom Publications, Delhi, India, Vol.7, PP.No.-369-381, ISBN: 978-93-81505-37-3.
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Goel Rama (2014), “Productivity index of working women in service sector” in the Proceedings of International Conference on Emerging Trends in Global Management Practices – An Interdisciplinary Approach, 'Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies’, Noida (U.P.), India, ISBN 978-81-928678-0-9
16
Goel Rama (2014) ,“Professional women striving for balance” in the proceedings of National Conference on ‘Innovation and Challenges in Management Practices’ in BCIPS, New Delhi.
17
SanwalTanushree, Bahugana, B.C. (2009), Anger Management through Intelligence and Full Engagement: Journal of Vishveshwaraya School of Business Management, 1(2), pp.33-36
18
SanwalTanushree (2009), Book review of “Compensation management” By Mousumi S Bhattcharya and Nilanjan Sen Gupta (Authors): Paradigm, The research journal of Institute of management technology, 13(1) pp. 115-116.
19
SanwalTanushree (2009), Comparative Study of Social Intelligence in Kolkata: Children from Planned Housing and Slums, The Indian Journal of Social Work, Journal of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, 70 (4), pp.633-645.
20
SanwalTanushree, (2009), Organizational Culture and Organization Commitment: Compendium of Selected National Papers, Management Practices Beyond Recession Vol VI, Perfect Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp. 45-49.
21
Kaushik Archana, SanwalTanushree (2010), Determinants of Social Intelligence Among Elderly: Indian Journal of Gerontology, A quarterly journal devoted to research on ageing, 24 (1), pp. 81-96
22
SanwalTanushree, Kumar Sudhanshu (2011), Elder Abuse: HelpAge India Research and Development Journal, 17 (3), pp. 40-48.
23
SanwalTanushree (2011), “Performance Appraisal”, E- Book on Management Practices and Research, Business Strategies for the Next Decade bearing ISBN: 978-81-906991-6-7.
24
SanwalTanushree (2012), “Training Initiatives for the Construction Industry: A Case of CIDC” in Positive Initiatives for Organizational Change and Transformation by GD Sardana and TojoThatchenkery (Ed.), Macmillan Publishers India Ltd, Delhi, pp. 253-259.
25
Joshi, Neha and Abbas, Shariq S.M. (2012) “Organizational Work-life Balance Policies: A Study on Indian Insurance and Banking Sector”, in Aditya International Journal of Research in Technology and Management, vol. 1, issue no. 9, (February), pp. 74-85. ISSN 2248-9665
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Presented a paper entitled “A descriptive study of Workplace Conflict style in Indian Organisation” in PFSB: PPP National Conference 2013,Organised by the Department of management studies, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee.
27
Abbas, Shariq S.M. and Joshi, Neha (2012) “A Descriptive study of Workplace Conflict Management Styles in Indian Organizations”, inPranjana: The Journal of Management Awareness, vol. 15, no. 2, (July-December), pp. 22-35. ISSN 0971-9997
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Chaudhary Aishvarya (2011), “SME’s A Major Source of Employment Generation in India: An empirical study relating to employee satisfaction in direct relation to revenue generation”: in proceedings of National Seminar on “Re-Engineering Profits-Improving Profitability of SMEs.
29
Chaudhary Aishvarya (2011), “Working with emotional intelligence leads to improving profitability of SMEs”: in proceedings of National Seminar on “Re-Engineering Profits-Improving Profitability of SMEs.
30
Chaudhary Aishvarya (2011), Importance of designing training programs in the changing small organization (SMEs). : in proceedings of National Seminar on “Re-Engineering Profits-Improving Profitability of SMEs.


Lit – Fest, Odd Sem 2016


A literary fest was organized in the month of August 2016 in accordance with University guidelines vide letter no. AKTU/2016/7428 dated 16 Jun 2016. The competition at departmental level was conducted between 8th and 31st Aug 2016. A total of 470 students took part in various events across all branches. All participants would get participation certificates. To facilitate smooth conduct of the competition, 31 faculty coordinators/core committee members along with more than 60 student volunteers were engaged in the whole event over the entire period covering following competitions:


Sr. No. Events
1 QUIZ (Sports/ Cinema/ History/ Mythology/ General Knowledge)
2 TURN –COAT
3 GROUP DISCUSSION
4 JUST A MINUTE (JAM)
5 CREATIVE WRITING

The college level competition was held on 3rd Sep 2016 under the leadership of Prof P K Pathak (HOD-Humanities), in which all the winners at departmental levels participated. Five students each from respective events were adjudged winners and runners up. A total of 80 Cash prizes worth Rs 25,000/- along with certificates were given to 35 winners & 35 runners up at departmental level as well as 5 winners & 5 runners up at College level.

The winners of Lit fest at college level and winners of Tech Fest (held in Feb 2016) were sent for zonal level competition held at KIET between 16-18 Sep 2016 (details enclosed as Annexure ‘A”). The students actively participated in the contest on specified dates. All student participants were given participation certificates. One student, Shubham Tyagi of ECE 3rd yr was declared 2nd position holder at zonal level in the literary event “Just A Minute (JAM)”.

The students were pivotal in the scheme of events. This mega event has also established a precedence, wherein even a better/ qualitative participation can be expected in years to come.