School of Management Sciences

About the School

School of Management Sciences (SOMS) is an integral part of IIEST, Shibpur. SOMS started its journey as B.E. College School of Management Sciences (BECSOMS) in the year 1999 for management education with the commitment of meeting the need of professional managers in the Indian industries.

Over 20 years, SOMS has emerged as an Institution of excellence in all facets of management education with highly specialized, sophisticated & 21st Century oriented courses and curriculum. The goal of SOMS is to achieve professional growth through holistic management education to shape future leaders for the corporate through the intermingling of functional knowledge of Marketing, Finance, Operations, and Human Resource Management.

The faculties work in close association with various Government institutions and industries to embrace the latest changes in business and industry in the syllabus. Faculty members are continuously undertaking relevant research and developmental activities which help to improve the quality of teaching materials and cases relevant to various subjects. SOMS has over the years maintained an excellent reputation with recruiters and the industry, in general achieving consistent good placement figures. The School of Management Sciences offers an MBA program and research program leading to a Ph.D. in Management.

The MBA program at SOMS is designed with a well-balanced theory-practical orientation. First two semesters are intended to impart foundation knowledge about the various facets of management field and the subsequent two semesters are used for imparting domain specific knowledge in the area in which one student opts to specialize. Different teaching methods like case studies, simulation games, group discussions, group seminars, scenario building and project work are used to make the teaching-learning process interesting. Students are encouraged to analyze, innovate and prepare themselves for professional challenges of the industry. Additionally, in order to enable the student to acumen the real-life management scenario, the course also requires a student to undertake a compulsory industrial training of minimum forty-five days in the area in which one specializes.

Recent Placement Record of SOMS:

School of Management Sciences (SOMS), IIEST Shibpur has achieved a great placement record for the academic year 2020-2022. Sector-wise statistics of placement for the last three years: 2018-2020; 2019-2021; 2020- 2022 are given below:

Some salient features of SOMS placement are: 

  1. Excellent placement record.
  2. Average salary (last three years) is 9 lakhs per annum.
  3. Some of the prominent recruiters where our students placed are TCS, Tata Tinplate, Infosys, Cognizant, Capgemini, Accenture, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, ShippingKaro,Chemtex Speciality Ltd etc. 

Placement Cell: 

The placement for our MBA students of SOMS is done through the dedicated central placement cell of IIEST Shibpur, which facilitates and acts as an interface for students and the industry for seamless integration of all knowledge transfer and coordination. 

Vision & Mission


To be one of the best in building a business environment in India, to nurture future corporate leaders and entrepreneurs of the country along with creating and disseminating knowledge in the field of management and allied disciplines.


To position the School of Management Sciences, Indian Institute of Engineering Science & Technology, Shibpur as one of the most dynamic and inspiring Business School of the country that will satisfy the corporate and societal needs of today and tomorrow. To provide value-based management education and research, groom management students into excellent managers with entrepreneurial competence, humane approach, interdisciplinary innovative thinking and adaptability to the fast-changing business environment.


Commitment to academic excellence

• Fostering creativity

• Global perspective

• Enhancing Intellectual depth

• Holistic value-addition for societal welfare

• Promoting national and global economic development



Academic Programs

# Title Duration Specializations Curriculum
1 Master of Business Administration (M B A)
2 years





Curriculum and Syllabus

2 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.)

Management Science

Research Areas

1 Emerging Area in area of Management Science
2 Quality 4.0; Business Intelligence and Analytics; Industry 4.0

Staff Members

Goutam Sarkar

Office Assistant

Pranab Satpathi

Office Peon

Sukanta Guha

Office Peon

Research Scholars

Aparupa Kar
Ph. D.


  • 1 Synthesis and characterization of composites of polypyrrole (PPy)--- with carbon nanotube (CNT) and graphene for thermoelectric applications
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  • 2 Solar energy driven Green Hydrogen generation from Water using Reduced Graphene Oxide based Photo-catalyst and Co-catalyst"
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  • 3 Synthesis and characterization of (1) ultra-long carbon naotubes and resist free fabrication of carbon nanotube field effect transistor (CNTFET) for sensor application and (2) carbon nanotube carpet for thermoelectric application
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  • 4 Synthesis and Characterization of low dimensional structures of Bismuth Telluride for application in thermoelectric devices
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  • 5 Generation of Silent Green Energy with Performance and Efficiency Enhancement using Inorganic-Organic hybridization and Nano-structuring in Fuel Cell System
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  • 6 Expert system based Statistical Analysis of Experimental Data on performance and endurance of phosphoric acid fuel cell: Development of performance indices and neuro-fuzzy rules
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  • 7 Synthesis & Characterization of Nano particle of Bismuth Telluride & its One dimensional Composite with Conducting Polymer
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  • 8 Development of Phosphoric Acid Gel Electrolyte Matrix and Study of its Effect on Performance of Fuel Cell.
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  • 9 Development of an experimental test facility for process intensification of integrated fuel system for marine energy generation and storage
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  • 10 Electrical Transport Properties of Thermoelectric Materials for Device Application
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  • Publications

  • 1 Shiladitya Acharyya, Sourav Sadhukhan, Tamalika Panda, Dibyendu Kumar Ghosh, Nabin Chandra Mandal, Anupam Nandi, Sukanta Bose, Gourab Das, Dipali Banerjee, Santanu Maity, Ph.D Partha Chaudhuri Hiranmay Saha, Performance analysis of different tunneling dielectrics for solar cells with TOPCON structure, 21, 471-490, Journal of Computational Electronics, 2022
  • 2 Shiladitya Acharyya, Sourav Sadhukhan, Tamalika Panda, Dibyendu Kumar Ghosh, Nabin Chandra Mandal, Anupam Nandi, Sukanta Bose, Gourab Das, Santanu Maity, Partha Chaudhuri, Hiranmay Saha, Dipali Banerjee, Dopant-free materials for carrier-selective passivating contact Solar cells: A Review, 28, 101687, Surfaces and Interfaces, 2022
  • 3 Medha Rakshit, Subhadip Nath, Suman Chowdhury, Rajkumar Mondal, Dipali Banerjee and Debnarayan Jana, A study of anisotropic thermoelectric properties of bulk Germanium Sulfide in its Pnma phase: a combined first-principles and machine-learning approach, 97, Physica Scripta, 2022
  • 4 Prasenjit Chakraborty, Sk. Taheruddin Ahamed, Pinaki Mandal, Anup Mondal, Dipali Banerjee, Polypyrrole and a polypyrrole/nickel oxide composite – single-walled carbon nanotube enhanced photocatalytic activity under visible light, 46, 14065, New Journal of Chemistry, 2022
  • 5 Medha Rakshit, Debnarayan Jana, Dipali Banerjee, General strategies to improve thermoelectric performance with an emphasis on tin and germanium chalcogenides as thermoelectric materials, 10, 6872- 6926, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2022
  • 6 Pinaki Mandal, Uday Kumar Ghorui, Anup Mondal and Dipali Banerjee, Photoelectrochemical Performance of Tin Selenide (SnSe) Thin Films Prepared by Two Different Techniques, 18, 381-390, Electronic Materials Letters, 2022
  • 7 Mukulika Jana Chatterjee, Prasenjit Chakraborty, and Dipali Banerjee, Charge Transport Through Polypyrrole and Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Composite: A Thermoelectric Material, Journal of Electronic Materials, 2022
  • 8 Pinaki Mandal, Soumyajit Maitra, Mukulika Jana Chatterjee, Mausumi Chattopadhyaya, KajariKargupta and Dipali Banerjee,, Polypyrrole-bismuth selenide (PPY-Bi2Se3) composite-thermoelectric characterization and effect of nickel doping, 289, 117119, Synthetic Metals, 2022
  • 9 Sk. Taheruddin Ahamed, Chiranjit Kulsi, Kirti, Dipali Banerjee, Divesh Narayan Srivastavac , Anup Mondal, Synthesis of multifunctional CdSe and Pd quantum dot decorated CdSe thin films for photocatalytic,electrocatalytic and thermoelectric applications, Volume 25, 101149, Surfaces and Interfaces, 2021
  • 10 Kundu, S. , Majumder, R. , Ghosh, R. , ... Banerjee, D. , Pal Chowdhury, M., Relative humidity sensing properties of doped polyaniline-encased multiwall carbon nanotubes: wearable and flexible human respiration monitoring application, 55(9), 3884-3901, Journal of Material Science, 2020
  • 11 Pinaki Mandal , Bibhutibhushan Show , Sk. Taheruddin Ahmed , Dipali Banerjee and Anup Mondal, Visible-Light Active Electrochemically Deposited Tin Selenide Thin Films: Synthesis, Characterization and Photocatalytic Activity, 31, 4708–4718, Journals of Material Science: Materials in electronics, 2020
  • 12 Chiranjit Kulsi, Mousumi Mitra, Kajari Kargupta, Dipali Banerjee,, Thermoelectric properties of nanostructured bismuth telluride (Bi2Te3) with annealing time and its composite with reduced graphene oxide (RGO), 30, 1850 -1860, Journals of Material Science: Materials in electronics, 2019
  • 13 Mukulika Jana Chatterjee , Sk Taheruddin Ahamed , Mousumi Mitra , Chiranjit Kulsi , Anup Mondal, Dipali Banerjee, Visible-Light Influenced Photocatalytic Activity of Polyaniline - Bismuth Selenide Composite for the Degradation of Methyl Orange, Rhodamine B and Malachite Green dyes”, 470, 472-483, Applied surface science, 2019
  • 14 Mousumi Mitra, Sk. Taheruddin Ahamed, Amrita Ghosh, Anup Mondal, Kajari Kargupta, Saibal Ganguly, and Dipali Banerjee, Polyaniline/Reduced Graphene Oxide Composite-Enhanced Visible-Light-Driven Photocatalytic Activity for the Degradation of Organic Dyes,, 4 (1), 1623–1635, ACS Omega, 2019
  • 15 Priyanka Ghosh, Chandan Kumar Dhole, Saibal Ganguly, Dipali Banerjee and Kajari Kargupta, Portable smart highly proton conductive all inorganic gel paste electrolyte with optimum phosphorous to silicon ratio for enhanced, durable operation of fuel cell ,, 2, 1737–1748., Sustainable Energy & Fuels, 2018
  • 16 Shubhanwita Saha, , Mousumi Mitra , Ananta Sarkara, Dipali Banerjee , Saibal Ganguly , Kajari Kargupta, 6. Lithium assisted enhanced hydrogenation of reduced graphene oxide-PANI nanocomposite at room temperature,, 84, 103–111, Diamond & Related Materials, 2018
  • 17 Mousumi Mitra, Chiranjit Kulsi, Kajari Kargupta, Saibal Ganguly, Dipali Banerjee, “Composite of Polyaniline-Bismuth Selenide with Enhanced Thermoelectric Performance,” Jnal of Applied Polymer Science,, 135, 46887, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2018
  • 18 Shilpa Maity; Nayim Sepay; Chiranjit Kulsi; Arpan Kool; Sukhen Das; Dipali Banerjee; Krishanu Chatterjee,, Enhancement of thermoelectric performance in oligomeric PEDOT-SWCNT nanocomposite via band gap tuning, 3, 8992-8997, Chemistry Select, 2018
  • 19 Chakraborty, S; Ranjan, R; Mondal, P,, “A state-wise Performance appraisal of Indian Roads using PROMITHEE - GIS approach”;, 25, Bench Marking – An International Journal, 2018
  • 20 C. Kulsi, A. Ghosh, A. Mondal, K. Kargupta, S. Ganguly and D. Banerjee,, Remarkable photocatalytic degradation of malachite green by nickel doped bismuth selenide under visible light irradiation, 392, 540-548, Applied Surface Science, 2017
  • 21 Chiranjit Kulsi, Amrita Ghosh, Anup Mondal, Kajari Kargupta, Saibal Ganguly and Dipali Banerjee, “Enhanced photo catalytic performance of nickel doped bismuth selenide under visible light irradiation”, 4, 035902, Mater. Res. Express, 2017
  • 22 S. Saha, A. Saha, L. Lepcha, S. Ganguly, D. Banerjee and K. Kargupta, “Graphene-rich G-Co-Ni nanomatrix;an optimized heterogeneous catalyst for hydrogen generation based on morphology performance mapping”, 2, 4309-4319, Chemistry Select, 2017
  • 23 Mousumi Mitra, Amrita Ghosh, Anup Mondal, Kajari Kargupta, Saibal Ganguly and Dipali Banerjee,, “Facile synthesis of aluminium doped zinc oxide-polyaniline hybrids for photoluminescence and enhanced visible-light assisted photo-degradation of organic contaminants”, 418–428, Applied Surface Science, 2017
  • 24 Mousumi Mitra, Kajari Kargupta, Saibal Ganguly, Shyamaprosad Goswami and Dipali Banerjee, 10. , “Facile synthesis and thermoelectric properties of aluminum doped zinc oxide/polyaniline (AZO/PANI) hybrid”,, 228, 25–31, Synthetic Metals, 2017
  • 25 Chiranjit Kulsi, Kajari Kargupta, Saibal Ganguly, Dipali Banerjee,, 9. “Enhanced thermoelectric performance of n-type bismuth selenide doped with nickel”, 17, 1609-1615, Current Applied Physics, 2017
  • 26 Mukulika Jana Chatterjee, Amrita Ghosh, Anup Mondal and Dipali Banerjee, “Polyaniline–single walled carbon nanotube composite – a photocatalyst to degrade rose bengal and methyl orange dyes under visible-light illumination”,, 7, 36403-36415, RSC Advances, 2017
  • 27 Mukherjee Mondal Poulomi, Managing Reliability in Printing Industries in India: Role of Information System, 267-275, Managing organizations in the Digital Era- Selected Papers from Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Management, 2014
  • 28 Poulomi Mukherjee (Mondal), Prasenjit Chatterjee, Shankar Chakrabarty, Supplier Selection Using Compromise Ranking and Outranking Methods, 7, 61-73, International Journal of Industrial Engineering, 2011
  • 29 Poulomi Mukherjee (Mondal), Vijay M. Athawale, Shankar Chakraborty, Supplier Selection Using Multi-Criteria Decision-making Methods, VIII, 41-60, ICFAI Journal of Operation Management, 2009
  • 1 Mukherjee Mondal Poulomi, Effectiveness of E-Recruitment: An Employer’s Perspective., Sixteenth AIMS International Conference on Management, 2019
  • Contact Us

    Contact our HOD for more information:

    Prof. Dipali Banerjee


    Office Phone: 2668 4561 to 63 (Ext. 440), 26688355