Faculty of Management Studies and Information Technology
Faculty is relatively a new addition to jamia . But within a short
span of time it has acquired prominence in University endeavours
and attracts talents from all over the country and also from other
countries to pursue education and training in the management and
Information Technology . The Faculty of Management Studies and Information
Technology offers management and Computer education at graduate
, postgraduate and doctoral levels with the following aims :
To train them as managers and executives, to serve public and
private sector organizations .
To fulfill national manpower requirements in the field of Business
management and Information technology .
To undertake research in the field of Business and commerce,
environment , Health and Computer science .
To provide consultancy services to government , non-governmental
organizations and corporate bodies in applications of management
and information technology for solving complex problems.
To equip them with intricacies of setting up their own business
as entrepreneurs .
The Faculty has attracted students not only from all over India
but also from foreign countries like UAE, Kuwait, IRAN, Bangladesh,
Indonesia, Syria and Kyrgystan.
Hamdard has excellent infrastructure in the form of building , Library,
Computers and Administrative backup that is essential for pursuing
higher education and research. It has developed an excellent pool
of faculty from academia and industry to enable the students to
relate academic inputs to work environment. FMSIT has endeavored
to have close interaction with industry through seminars, industrial
visits, small projects and guest lectures etc. to enable its students
to understand the final points of business. This is the reason that
our students have found ready acceptance in industry and business.
Our alumni are occupying responsible position in the cooperate world,
in India and abroad.
Faculty of Management Studies and Information Technology consists
of the following departments and centre.