School of Business Management & Commerce

About The School

IEC School of Business Management & Commerce offers both UG & PG courses. Both the programs have industry oriented curriculum. The School aims at developing student’s intellectual ability, executive personality and managerial skills through an appropriate mix of business and general education. The various activities in the forms of Seminars Guest Lectures, PD & GD classes, Communication Lab & project work help the student in understanding and developing the unique leadership qualities required for becoming a successful manager. The School’s objective is to produce up-to-date, assertive and effective executives for business and other organizations.

We strive to teach the broader picture of the organization, as well as the organization’s and the individuals place in the larger society. Along with teaching functional and industry-specific skills, we also explore the ethical, global, and social responsibility considerations of managerial decisions.IEC University faculty members have a very collaborative spirit, and that’s reflected in both our research and in the classroom. We team teach a lot of classes to bring a range of expertise into the room.

To impart knowledge through innovative research driven academic programs and building leaders in management and Commerce who will best serve echonomy of the nation.

“MBA, BBA & B.COM Programs Provides an Integrated Set of Learning for Students Interested in Mastering the Skills & Knowledge Necessary for Effectively Participating in & Managing Organizations.”


Teaching Methodology
The teaching methodology adopted at the School of Business management and Commerce is intensive as well as extensive classroom teaching involving active participation of the students. Theoretical classroom teaching is supplemented by research project work. It also includes preparation of project reports, project presentation, submission of assignments, seminars.

Message from HOD

Dear Student,

The objective of IEC School of Business Management & Commerce is to impart quality education in the field of management. Its faculty strives to equip young people to make meaningful contributions to an economy that is increasingly becoming a significant entity in the global area.

Department’s vision has been to excel in the field of management education. This can largely be attributed to the periodic redefining of its mission to align itself with the changing times, while maintaining focus on social responsiveness. This is being achieved using a judicious mix of faculty having substantial academic and industry experience as well as young faculty members having a flair for teaching.

Students in the management department are provided with the best possible enabling environment that must be expected from the corporate with the curricula that can be benchmarked with the leading institutions in the field. IEC uses rigorous and intensive integrated teaching methods to prepare the students to take up business and managerial positions in any environment. Through innovative techniques we aim to provide our students with a foray of creativity and out of the box thinking. We understand the competitive levels along with the need for adaptation to the fast paced corporate world, and strive to prepare our students accordingly.

I am confident that our “Valuable education with intensive techniques” will help to create tomorrow’s ready to use managers.

Best Wishes

IEC School of Business Management & Commerce


  • Project Manager
  • Financial Analyst
  • Budget Analyst
  • Finance Officer
  • Financial Manage
  • Financial Planner
  • Investment Banker
  • Branding Specialist
  • Advertising Executive
  • Public Relations Specialist,
  • Marketing Analyst
  • Human Resource Manager
  • Account
  • Online marketers (Startup online business)
  • Teaching profession such as assistant professor/associate professor/ professor.

Faculty –School of Management & Commerce

Name of faculty






Dr. Divya J Thakur

Assistant Professor

PhD Management (HR), MBA (HR & Finance), BA(Economics), Dip. Software Engineering.

11 Years

Mr. Manoj Kumar

Assistant Professor

MCA, MBA, M. Phil in Management, PhD (Pursuing)

3 years 5 months

Ms. Rafiya Malik

Assistant Professor


5 years

Mr. Gaurav Gogna

Assistant Professor


2 years 11 months (College) 8 months (Senior School)

Ms. Prerna Malhotra

Assistant Professor


6 months (College) 3 years 7 months (School)

Ms. Akanksha Gaur

Assistant Professor


3 Years

Dr. Rashmi Dwivedi

Assistant Professor




a) Journal Publication: -

Mr. Manoj Kumar
  • 1. Kumar, M. and Kumar, R. (2021)” Positive and Negative Impact of GST on Indian Economy.” International Journal of Engineering, Pure and Applied Sciences Volume 6Issue 01, March- 2021. (UGC CARE Approved).
  • 2. Kumar, M. (2021)” Co-relation as well as connexion between Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction.” GORTERIA JOURNAL Volume 34, Issue 01, JANURAY -2021. (UGC CARE Approved).
  • 3. Kumar, M. (2021) “Indian Financial System. A Descriptive Study.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING APPLICATION AND MANAGEMENT, Volume 6, Issue 01, April -2020. (UGCApproved).
  • 4. Kumar, M. (2019) “Effective Role of Digital Marking for Growth of a Business. A Descriptive Study.” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH IN ENGINEERING APPLICATION AND MANAGEMENT, Volume 5, Issue 09, December -2019. (UGC Approved).
  • 5. Kumar, M. (2019) “Role of Managers in Changing Business Organization” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, Volume 6, Issue 10, December -2019
  • 6. Kumar, M. (2019) “Management Information System Challenges and Solutions” NATIONAL JOURNAL INFOKARA RESEARCH Volume 8, Issue 10, August -2019. (UGC Approved).
  • 7. Kumar, M. (2019) “Human Resource Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions” NATIONAL JOURNAL ADALYA, Volume 8, Issue 8, August-2019. (UGC Approved).
  • 8. Kumar, M. (2019) “Review of Literature on Mergers and Acquisitions” NATIONAL JOURNAL ADALYA, Volume 8, Issue 8, August-2019. (UGC Approved).
  • 9. Kumar, M. (2019) “Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on firm’s financial performance” NATIONAL JOURNALUNIVERSAL REVIEW, Volume VIII, Issue VII, JULY-2019. (UGC Approved).

3. Ms Rafiya Malik
  • 1. Rafiya Malik (2021). Impact of Loan Defaults and Impact on Profitability of Bank" International Journal for Research in Engineering Application & Management (IJREAM) volume 6 Issue II Page 94-96
  • 2. Rafiya Malik To study the Effect of GST in Indian economic system”, ADALYA JOURNAL Volume 9 Issue 4

4. Ms Divya Thakur
  • 1. Thakur, D.J & Sharma, S. (2019). A Review of Employee Outcomes and Organization Outcomes of Responsible Leadership. International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Research. Vol. 4(5), 3419-3429. (UGC), ISSN: 2455-8834.
  • 2. Thakur, D.J and Sharma, D., 2019. Responsible Leadership Style and Organization Citizenship Behavior: A Relationship Study. Pacific Business Review International. Vol.12(3): 21-29. (Thomson & Reuters)
  • 3. Thakur, D.J, Verma, P and Sharma, D., 2019. Influence of Leadership Style: A Review. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology. Vol. 28(20): 945-952. (Scopus)
  • 4. Thakur, D.J, Verma, P and Sharma, D., 2020. Demographic analysis of Ethical Leadership Style and Employee Performance. Journal of Xi'an University of Architecture & Technology. Vol. 9(3): 5645-5651. (Scopus)
  • 5. Thakur, D.J., and Sharma, D., 2020. The Upliftment in status of Women Empowerment in 20th century-A study of Bundelkhand Region Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh India. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. Vol. 24(6):1575-1586. (Scopus)
  • 6. Thakur, D.J., Verma, P., 2020. The impact of Leadership on Employee’s Turnover Intention. PalArch’sJournal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology. Vol. 17(6):1693-1704. (Scopus)
  • 7. Thakur, D.J and Sharma, S., 2020. The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Organizations for Recruitment Process: A Review. Pacific Business Review International. Vol. 13(1): 74-76. (Thomson & Reuters)
  • 8. Thakur, DJ., Dayal, G and Appaih, WA., 2021. Challenges of Human Resource Management and Opportunities for Organization during (COVID-19) Pandemic Situation. International Journal of Applied Research. Vol. 6(6): 9-12. (International Journal)
  • 9. Thakur, DJ., Dayal, G and Kaur, M., 2021. A Study on impact of struggle in human life and how it gives impact on our journey. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR). Vol. 8(5): 217-221.

Dr.Rashmi Dwivedi
  • 1.Dwivedi Rashmi (2017) Women empowerment through financial inclusion, UPUEA Economics, Journal, Vol.13, ISSN-0975-2382, October 2017. (UGC CARE Approved)
  • 2. Dwivedi Rashmi (2018) Womens socio-economic empowerment through financial inclusion in India, Shodh Dristi Journal, Vol.9, ISSN-0976-6650, February 2018. (UGC CARE Approved)
  • 3. Dwivedi Rashmi (2018) Socio-economic status of women among the scheduled tribe in India , Desh Vikas Journal, Vol.4, ISSN-2394-1782, January- March 2018. (UGC CARE Approved)
  • 4. Dwivedi Rashmi (2018) Womens financial inclusion and sustainable development, Remarking an analyzation Journal, Vol.3, ISSN-2455-0816, February 2018. (UGC CARE Approved)
  • 5 .Dwivedi Rashmi (2019) Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana: towards Socio Economic inclusion in Prayagraj District of Uttar Pradesh Vidya Warta Journal, ISSN- 23199318, February 2019. (UGC CARE Approved)
  • Dwivedi Rashmi (2020) Financial Literacy for Financial Inclusion of Women a Case Study of Panna district of Madhya Pradesh, ISSN- Vol-5., ISSN-2456-5474, Innovation Journal, October 2020. (UGC CARE Approved)

b. Conference Publication: -

Ms. Divya Thakur
  • 1. International Conference on Recent Trends and Innovations in Multidisplinary Research jointly organized by IEC University and GMREA held on March 14, 2020. Presented a paper on “The upliftment in status of women empowerment in 20th century-A Study of Bundelkhand Region”.
  • 2. National Conference on “Society, Technology and Development in 21st Century India”. Organized by School of Law IEC University, BaddiSolan H.P. in collaboration with Global Human Awareness Society, Rohtak held on November 22, 2019. Presented a research paper on “The Empirical Study on Leadership Styles in Pharmaceutical Industry”.
  • 3. International Conference on “Recent Trends in Interdisciplinary Research at Shimla on 9-10 September, 2019 jointly organized by PratibhaSpandan Society, Shimla. Presented a paper on “The Overview of Management Styles and organizational Effectiveness in Context of Himachal Pradesh Insurance Industry”.
  • 4. International Conference on “MM HTFT iCoN 2019” at Maharishi Markendeshwar (Deemed to be University) Mullana Ambala on 15-16 March, 2019 Sponsored by Indian Council of Social Research. Presented a paper on “The effect of Leadership Style on employees’ turnover intention”.
  • 5. International Conference on “Global Issues in Management” at UBS Panjab University Chandigarh on Feb 26th, 2019. Presented a paper on “Impact of GloballyResponsibleLeadership:AReview”.
  • 6. National Conference on “Contemporary Issues in Business Management. Business School HPU Shimla on May 5, 2018. Presented a review paper on “Role of Artificial Intelligence in Recruitment Process”.
  • 7. National Conference on“FoodProcessingandTechnology:currentstatus&future prospectus” (NCFPT-2016) organized by School of Bioengineering and Food Technology at Shoolini University, Solan HP on 25-26th Feb, 2016. Oral presentationon“Scantedtea:Perfect combination of health and flavor ”in the DST and NABARD sponsored.
  • 8. National Conference on Environment and Natural Resource Management (23-24 February, 2017) organized by School of Biological and Environment Sciences at Shoolini University, Solan HP. Presented oral presentation on Terrarium: A beautiful way to preserveplants.

List of Courses Running in Department: -

Sr. No

Name Of Course




Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com)

3 years (Full‑time Regular)

Minimum Aggregate of 45% equivalent in 10 + 2 with commerce or equivalent.


Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

3years (Full‑time Regular)

Minimum Aggregate of 45% equivalent in 10 + 2 with commerce or equivalent.


Master of Business Administration (MBA)

2 years (Full‑time Regular)

Minimum Aggregate of 50% equivalent in Graduation from any recognized University.


Master of Business Administration in Pharmaceutical Management


Ph.D. Management

3 years (Full‑time Regular)

Minimum Aggregate of 55% equivalent in Post Graduation from any recognized University.

Infrastructure & Facilities

IEC University, established under THE IEC (INDIA EDUCATION CENTRE) UNIVERSITY (ESTBLISHMENT AND REGULATION) ACT, 2012 is a venture of already well-established IEC Group of Institutions spread over 100 acres of land in Northern India. We are based in Baddi, an industrial town in Himachal Pradesh, located around 32 Kms from Chandigarh. Our 14.5 acres of sprawling campus situated against the backdrop of beautiful Shivalik Mountains offers safe and attractive environment to study with the best quality resources and facilities. Our University aims to deliver multi-disciplinary world class education through effective and efficient processes so as to make it accessible to all sections of society. Ours is a vibrant, multicultural, multiethnic campus promoting a culturally pluralistic environment.

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IEC University has a well-equipped library comprised of text and reference books, journals, periodicals, magazines and newspapers related to journalism profession. Thousand of books and magazine related to the field of journalism and mass communication are available for students and staff remembers. The University also provides computer facility to its students with internet connectivity and latest software along with a collection of different equipments related to the field of Journalism. Liberty has unique Air Conditioned and Natural light sections where students can sit according to their convenience and comfort.

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Extensive Digital Library
Beautifully designed Digital Library has over 30,000 books, 100 journals and magazines on different subjects. It has a seating capacity to accommodate 200 students with cubicles for faculty and research students. It also has subscription to national & international-journals like IEEE/IEE, Springer, ACM, ASCE Emerald Management Xtra through membership of INDEST Consortia of Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (an active member of Developing Library Network (DELNET) for resource sharing).

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Computing Facilities
250 Pentium-IV workstations running on Windows 2010, Windows XP Pro, Linux and SCO Unix. All classrooms and offices are operational with 24x7 Internet connectivity at the speed of 150 Mbps leased line. Classroom and conference room fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Common Computer lab is equipped with 600 systems for common purpose. Separate computer lab for each school and department with specialized software are also available.

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Wi- fi Enabled Modern Classroom:
School of Humanities and Social Sciences has wi-fi enabled modern class rooms enabling uninterrupted access to high speed internet 24x7. Outfitted with the latest technology, spacious classrooms equipped with all the necessary presentation facilities and also have video conferencing facility. Special classroom and conference room is fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Lectures are typically augments by multimedia.

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Other facilities for the students
Hostel Facility: - Students desirous of availing hostel facility may apply to the concerned authority of School of Humanities and Social Sciences , IEC University at the time of admission to the course. Students availing hostel facility shall have to pay hostel charges and security separately in addition to fee and other charges as per norms fixed by the Government of Himachal Pradesh from time to time. The hostel accommodation shall be allotted strictly on merit basis, subject to availability. top university  for bba top university  for bba

Bus Facility: - Students desirous of availing bus facility may apply to the concerned authority of IEC University at the time of admission to the course. Students availing bus facility shall have to pay transport charges as per IEC University Rules. top university  for bba

Gymnasium Facility: - Students desirous of availing this facility may apply to the concerned authority/ In charge of IEC University. Students availing this facility shall have to pay nominal charges as decided by the IEC University. top university  for bba

Sports and NSS Facilities: IEC University has its own play ground within the campus and University organizing various sports activities round the clock throughout the year as per University schedule. IEC University has one unit of NSS.
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Health Centre: IEC University has its own health Centre within the campus. top university  for bba

Canteen: - IEC University has its own Multi- cuisine canteen within the campus, spread over an area of 10,000 square feet with modern cooking appliances. Can accommodate 400 students at a single point of time. top university  for bba

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