Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee

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Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Department of Management Studies building - Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee.jpg
Department of Management Studies building (DoMS - IITR)
Motto "श्रमं विना न किमपि साध्यम्"
"Shramam Bina Na Kimapi Sadhyam"
Motto in English
Nothing Is Possible Without Hard Work
Established 1998
Type Public
Dean Dr. Santosh. N. Rangnekar
Students 250 MBA, Ph.D.
Location Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India

Department of Management Studies (DoMS) at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT Roorkee)[1] part of the IIT Schools of Management, was established in 1998 to impart education in management science. The MBA programme was launched by the institute to reflect the present-day needs of dynamic business and economic scenario and to harvest the talent of best technocrats of the nation by infusing the management concepts in them to face the challenges of corporate world.

In 2012, DoMS, IIT Roorkee was ranked 12th among B-Schools in India by 'Business Today' and was ranked 10th in 2013 by 'Career 360'. In 2013 it was also conferred with “B-School Leadership Award” by Bloomberg-UTV in B-School Excellence Awards. DoMS, IIT Roorkee offers 2 year full-time MBA program with dual specialization.

The department also offers Ph.D. program in Management. By the end of 2014-15 academic year, department has approximately 65 Ph.D. scholars in all management streams. Importantly, the department has been named for Top-rated Journal Publications and Outstanding Doctoral Awards since 2012-13. A number of scholars have published their research findings in peer-reviewed journals including the SCI indexed, for example, Tourism Management, International Journal of Hospitality Management, International Journal of Information Management, Management Decision, Policing, and Journal of Knowledge Management. Further, scholars have received many academic excellence awards including the Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award, and Emerald IMA South Asian Management Research Fund Award, just to name a few. While, a number of scholars are presently working in Top Indian Business Schools, namely Fore School of Management, IIM Raipur, IIM Rohtak, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, TERI University, BITS Pilani, Symbiosis International University, BML Munjal University, Lovely Professional University, IMT Nagpur, Thapar University, and well-known consulting firms.


Department of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee offers students the following courses:

  • MBA program[2]
  • Ph.D. program[3]

DoMS at IIT Roorkee offers a dual specialization in any two of the following categories:

  1. Marketing
  2. Finance
  3. Information Technology
  4. Operations
  5. Human Resources


DoMS, IIT Roorkee follows a course credit system similar to that used in most American universities. Each individual course within the University is assigned a certain credit weightage and students are usually required to take a specified number of units to fulfill requirements for graduation. Courses are typically conducted as classroom lectures, guest lectures, case studies, live projects, industrial visits, knowledge sharing sessions & surprise quizzes, apart from examinations.


The admissions prior to 2012 were through Joint Management Entrance Test (JMET) held collectively by IITs and IISc each year.[4] After the exam, aspirants were required to fill the Application downloadable from institute website. They were called for GD/PIs based on JMET scores, academic consistency, qualification and work experience.

From the year 2012, the Department of Management Studies, along with similar departments in other IITs, only accepts admission through the Common Admission Test. The joint management entrance test (JMET), previously used for admission by the IITs and IISc has been discontinued. [5]


  1. ^ IIT management programmes The Hindu, October 25, 2004.
  2. ^ "MIT Sloan MBA". 
  3. ^ "PhD Program". 
  4. ^ schools that use JMET scores.. The Hindu, October 1, 2007.
  5. ^ "Now, IITs and IISc too will accept CAT scores for admission". dna. 

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IIT & IISc Schools of Management

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