Cultural Committee



The Cultural Committee (fondly known as Cultee) ensures that MANAGE enjoys to the fullest, every opportunity for celebration. Thanks to them, festivals ranging from Diwali to Pongal, Eid to Christmas are celebrated. Because of them, more than a dozen festivals are acknowledged reflecting the amassing cultural diversity that prevails at MANAGE. They make sure not to compromise the festive mood and the spirit of MANAGE despite the busy schedule.

Academic Committee

We don’t teach, we share.


The academic committee (AcadCom) has been a point of contact and an effective channel of communication between the administration, faculty and students for the constructive feedback on academics. Apart from managing the day to day academic affairs, class schedules, inviting guest faculty, they have kept learning and academic quality as the top priority. They ensured the inflow of good quality reputed faculty members from various institutes like IIMs, IITs as guest faculty. Apart from being an advisory on academic affairs, this year they went an extra mile to make sure that each student worked in diverse groups for the overall development of the students to enter into the corporate world.

Alumni Committee

The Alumni committee conducted the Grand Alumni ‘REMINESCENCE’ meet on August 2016 with the motive of bringing students and alumni together. It was a home coming treat and a family get together for all. Along with fun, important decisions for the upliftment of MANAGE were also made during the meet. Alumni committee has also conducted chapters at Mumbai, Hyderabad, Delhi and Bangalore during May, June 2017. It was an official get together where the alumni were informed about the current happenings in MANAGE during 2016-17.

Sports Committee


The Sports Committee of MANAGE is a relatively new Committee filled with aspirations and ambition. They hosted the first ever inter-collegiate sports meet– OLYMPUS’18. With six flagship events such as badminton, basketball, Table Tennis, Snooker and Chess, the event saw participation of over 250 students from IBS, TISS, SABM and FABS. 

Kudos to the SportsCom !!