School of Management and Commerce, K.R. Mangalam University believes in disseminating future business leaders with specialized domain knowledge. We ensure the budding entrepreneurs and managers reflect integrity, responsibility, proficiency, and ethical values in their conduct.

The school boasts a diverse faculty comprising experienced professors, industry professionals, and experts in their respective fields. The faculty members are responsible for delivering high-quality education, conducting research, and providing mentorship to students.

School of Management and Commerce typically provides state-of-the-art facilities, including classrooms, computer labs, libraries, and research centers. These resources support learning, research, and collaboration among students and faculty. The school often establishes partnerships and collaborations with industry organizations, businesses, and corporations. These connections facilitate internships, job placements, and guest lectures by industry professionals, providing students with real-world exposure and networking opportunities.


  • Prime Collaborations with IBM, NSE Academy, Safexpress, Imarticus Learning, GCEC Global Foundation, Samatrix, ACCA-UK, and Grant Thornton, for advanced academic support.
  • Two-week study program at an International University for MBA students
  • Preparations for competitive exams including UPSC, Banking, Insurance, Railways, and SSC.
  • Specialized iOS labs for the execution of advanced multimedia projects
  • Pragmatic Learning and ICT-Driven Teaching Practices
  • K.R. Mangalam Entrepreneurship and Incubation Centre for Entrepreneurial focussed Study, Research, and Practices.


To create, disseminate, and apply knowledge in science and technology to meet the higher education needs of India and the global society, To serve as an institutional model of excellence in scientific and technical education characterized by integration of teaching, research and innovation.


  • To create an environment where teaching and learning are prioritised, with all support activities being held accountable for their success.
  • To strengthen the institution's position as the school of choice for students across the State & Nation.
  • To promote creative, immersive, and lifelong learning skills while addressing societal concerns.
  • To promote co- and extra-curricular activities for over-all personality development of the students.
  • To promote and undertake all-inclusive research and development activities.
  • To instill in learners an entrepreneurial mindset and principles.
  • Enhance industrial, institutional, national, and international partnerships for symbiotic relationships.
  • To help students acquire and develop knowledge, skills and leadership qualities of the 21st Century and beyond.

Teaching and Pedagogy

The teaching and pedagogy employed in the School of Management and Commerce often aim to provide students with a comprehensive and practical understanding of business and management concepts.


Lectures form the foundation of many courses, where professors present key concepts, theories, and frameworks to students. Lectures are typically supplemented with visual aids, real-life examples, and case studies to enhance understanding and application.

Case Studies

Case studies are widely used in business and management education. They present real-world scenarios and challenges faced by organizations, allowing students to analyze and propose solutions based on their knowledge and critical thinking abilities. Case studies promote problem-solving skills, decision-making, and the application of theoretical concepts to practical situations.

Group Discussions and Debates

Group discussions and debates encourage active student participation and engagement. Students are given the opportunity to express their views, analyze different perspectives, and engage in critical discussions on business topics. This approach promotes collaboration, communication skills, and the ability to present arguments effectively.

Experiential Learning

Experiential learning involves engaging students in practical experiences related to the business world. This can include internships, field trips to companies, guest lectures by industry professionals, and participation in business competitions. Experiential learning provides students with real-world exposure, networking opportunities, and a chance to apply theoretical knowledge in practical settings.

Guest Speakers and Industry Experts

Inviting guest speakers and industry experts to deliver lectures or participate in panel discussions exposes students to real-life experiences and insights from professionals in the business and management sectors. This provides students with industry perspectives, networking opportunities, and practical knowledge beyond the classroom.


  • Social Responsibility
  • Leadership Skills
  • Ability to meet the deadlines
  • Innovation
  • Commitment