Student Committees

Student Organizations are formed to draw together people of different ideologies, background to share information and coordinate actions. They may have the advantage of widening viewpoints and sharing out responsibilities. Find out more about the organizations on campus of the Management Studies department.

Masters in Management Student Body (MMSSB)

MMSSB is an Institute level Student Body Association of the post graduate students.

Various activities conducted for the development and improvement of all aspects of management studies are stated below.

Session on Aspiring Mind’s AMCAT

A session for AMCAT, India’s largest test for employability was conducted for the MMS students. This session enlightened the students on the nature and scoring pattern for AMCAT aptitude test to improve their employability.

Seminar on Indian Retail and its Evolution

A talk was conducted by Mr. Govind Shrikhande, CEO of Shopper’s Stop on the Evolution of Indian Retail Industry. The department established a tie up with Shopper’s Stop for internship for their students.


MMS Students attend International Summit

MMS students of VIT attended CAAYE Young Entrepreneur Summit which was held during 16-19 November 2014 at Brunei Darussalam where they got global exposure to the business environment prevalent in the Asia Pacific region. The Summit was for four days and was presided over by important business dignitaries from the ASEAN region. The CAAYE (Commonwealth-Asia Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs) Young Entrepreneur Summit is an annual event wherein around 200 dynamic young entrepreneurs from all the Commonwealth-Asia region countries (Brunei, Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Singapore) collectively meet to network, build business linkages, attend learning sessions and jointly prepare a set of recommendations to improve the ecosystem of youth entrepreneurship in the form of an official communiqué that will be submitted to member Governments through the Commonwealth Secretariat. The Summit saw participation from 20 young entrepreneur delegates from each of the 9 member countries. The delegates attended the plenaries and discussion forum sessions as well as field visits in groups to meet entrepreneurs, visit companies and investment sites to learn and share best practices.