I am pleased to inform you all that Mr. Vishal Sehgal,Head, Corporate
Affairs Metro Cash and Carry visited  SMS Lucknow campus on 23rd November
2012.He interacted with the faculty and students of SMS Lucknow campus.

During his interaction Mr Sehgal motivated the students to dream big and
work harder to realise their dreams

Voter Awareness Compaign An Initiative By School of Management Sciences, Lucknow

Voter Awareness Campaign 

An Initiative By
School of Management Sciences, Lucknow

Do you want?

  • Prosperity
  • Peace
  • Less Corruption
  • No Terrorism
  • Less Inflation

Don’t escape from your duty




Bachelor of Vocation Programme

The skill gap between higher education and industry requirements is well perceived. So, with
a focus on raising employability of graduates and meeting the industry’s requirement for
students, SMS Lucknow started B.Voc. programme to provide skill and
specialization in different vocations with multiple exits such as Diploma/ Advanced Diploma.

Bachelor of Vocation is approved by UGC & Affiliated to University of Lucknow in B.Voc. Marketing
& IT, B.Voc. Retail
Management, B.Voc. Software
Development. It is initiated
by Govt. of India for job oriented skill development through National Skill Qualification
Framework (NSQF) under umbrella of National Skill Development Council (NSDC)
This programme helps the students to acquire adequate skills, make them work ready,
enhance employability of graduates, and thus make them part of global workforce. The
curriculum offers a unique blend of vocational and business management concepts. Field
visits, internships, guest lectures from industry experts, experimental learning are some of the
highlights of this curriculum.
Basket of Benefits

􀁿 B.Voc.
􀂙 Industryspecific
skills to enhance employability
􀂙 Occupational skills to enable entrepreneurial initiatives
􀂙 Vertical mobility for students clearing 10+2 with vocational subjects
􀂙 Multiple exits like, Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma and re entry
􀂙 Curriculum focus on workreadiness
􀂙 Industry involvement in development of needbased
Salient Features of B. Voc @ SMS
􀁀 Unique Pedagogy as per Industry Requirements
􀁀 Semesterwise
mapped courses with concerned Sector Skill Council (SSC) of National
Skill Development Council (NSDC)
􀁀 Job Oriented Skill Development
􀁀 Enriched Faculty
􀁀 Placement Assistance through well established T&P Department.
􀁀 State of the Art Infrastructure
􀁀 Industry Partnership
􀁀 Induction of Technical Competence


School of Management Sciences, Lucknow organized a 2 Days International Seminar on “ Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental and Disaster Science: Challenges and Strategies”, (SPEEDS-2015) in association with Council of Science and Technology, U.P., & The Institution of Engineers (India) U.P. State Center, on 21st-22nd November, 2015.

This third seminar in series speaks volume of the need for creating awareness for environmental issues that affect every individual on this planet and provides a plateform to the academicians, industrialist, researchers and students at large to make serious debate on environmental related global issues.

The inaugural session of the seminar was graced by the benign presence of Hon’ble Minister, Science & Technology Govt. of U.P., Dr. Manoj Kumar Pandey (Chief Guest), Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, MMMTU, Gorakhpur, Prof. (Dr.) Onkar Singh, Er. A.K. Gupta, Chairman, IE (I), UP State Centre, (Guest of Honour), Er. J.R. Singh, Ex Consultant, KOC, Kuwait (Keynote Speaker), Dr. D.K. Srivastava, Joint Director, UP-CST, Lucknow, Dr. S.M. Prasad, Senior Scientist (CST), Mr. Sharad Singh, CEO & Secretary, SMS Lucknow, Prof(Dr.) B.R.Singh, Seminar Convener & Director SMS-IET. The Vote of Thanks was proposed by the Organizing Secretary Dr. P.K.Singh, Associate Professor SMS-IET.

The session was started with key note speeches by eminent speakers like Prof. (Dr.) Raghuvir Kumar, Director, BBDNITM, Lucknow, Prof.(Dr.) P.K. Bharti, Head of ME, Integral University, Lucknow, and it was followed by first technical session .
Chief Guest for the valedictory session was Prof. (Dr.) A. S. Vidyarhti, Director IET, Lucknow, Shri G. N. Sinha, Retired IPS Officer (Guest of Honour), Dr. D. K. Srivastava, Joint Director, CST, UP Government, Dr. D.K. Gupta, Chief Engineer (Retd) & HOD (Civil), BBDNIC, Lucknow also graced the event.

Before the starting of second technical session, the eminent speakers like Dr. Alok Kumar – Professor & Dean (R&D), SMS, Varanasi, Prof. (Dr) Niraj Gupta – Prof. & Dean (ME), SRMU, Lucknow, delivered their key notes. The invited speakers were univocal in appreciating the efforts of organizing committee to make the seminar a grand success.

Approximately 109 Research Papers were received, 90 papers were selected for presentation and 45 papers were presented.
On this Occasion, A presentation on immensely successful annual environmental campaign “Green Quest” was also made. This campaign targets youth for instilling a sense of responsibility towards environment. The seminar also witnessed the unveiling of the book titled “Global Warming-2” authored by Prof. (Dr.) B. R. Singh, Director SMS-IET along with the unveiling of Souvenir of SPEEDS-2015.

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SPEED 2015





2015-11-20_122241 About Seminar

As we know that over exploitation of the natural resources of the earth by us is disturbing the ecological balance leading to: Natural disasters, Pestilences, Earthquakes, Landslides, Heavy downpour, Scanty rainfall, Sever draught conditions etc., at a rapid rate and is causing about 50000 deaths per year on an average. This is also producing grave mishaps and injuries that is more than 100 times as many victims and many homeless.

The environmental issues are also harmful aspects of human activity on the biophysical environment. Environmentalism, a social and environmental movement that started in 1960s, addresses environmental issues through advocacy, education and activism. Current problems faced by the environment are: Carbon-dioxide equivalent of Green-house gases (GHG) in the atmosphere, that has already exceeded 300 parts per million (NOAA) (with total “long-term” GHG exceeding 455 parts per million) as per Intergovernmental Panel on ‘Climate Change Report’. This level is considered as tipping point. The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is already above the threshold that can potentially cause dangerous climate change.
We are already at risk… It’s not next year or next decade, It’s now.
On the other hand climate change risks are becoming the biggest challenges of the 21st century, such as: Rising sea level, that could force us to alter many ways through which economic and social activities are arranged. Climate related changes may threaten human health, disrupt economic activity, damage natural ecosystem irreversibly and even (in worst case scenarios) may lead to mass migration, good shortage and other global humanitarian crises. We have to outline the global climate strategy to curb it such as: Conversion to lower carbon economies in both developed and developing countries, with market-besed incentive schemes dominant in the former group, and low-carbon technology transfer schemes dominant in the latter.
Forthcoming seminar aims at recognizing links and addressing gaps, offering strategic recommendations for exploitation of natural, renewable and non-conventional energy sources to overcome the environmental damages and climate change risks by providing disaster management strategies and streamline and aftermath of the natural disasters and explore the probable pre and post natural disaster prevention machinery to minimize the global loss of GDP to a great extent.
The Theme of Seminar:
How to foster the renewable energy and make planet full of sustainable energy; What are the causes of environmental changes & How could it be controlled; What are the reasons for Global Warming and causes for Natural Disaster and How these challenges can be overcome?Theme Areas of Discussion:

i) Energy Sustainability
ii) Environmental Issues
iii) Global warming
iv) Glacier Melting and Sea rise
v) Disaster Science
vi) Zero Energy Buildings or
vii) Any other specific area….

Call of Papers

School of Management Sciences, Technical Campus, Lucknow in association with The Council of Science & Technology Uttar Pradesh & The Institution of Engineers (India), U.P. State Centre, Lucknow is organizing an international seminar on “Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental and Disaster Science: Challenges & Strategies” (SPEEDS-2015) on Nov’ 21-22, 2015, which will provide us a good platform to express our deep concern over the aforementioned themes in interaction with the academicians / industrialists.
You are therefore requested to kindly submit your abstract (on the date mentioned below) and after getting approval from reviewer committee, you can send your full length paper (on the  date mentioned below) for presentation in the SPEEDS-2015. All the selected papers are going to be published in the International Journal of Physical Sciences, Engineering and Technology (SAMRIDDHI-2015) in different Special volumes.
Thus, you are required to select topic of your choice from above fields and submit your extended abstract that should not be more than 300-350 words so that it could become a part of our Souvenir.



Hobbies help in the overall development of students keeping in view, School of Management Sciences, Lucknow organized “Abhiruchi (The Hobby Centre)” event. The dignitaries who blessed the occasion were Mr. Sharad Singh (CEO SMS, Lucknow), Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Mehrotra (Director SMS IMS), Prof. (Dr.) B. R. Singh (Director SMS IT), and Dr. Dharmendra Singh (Dean SMS IT) and various other faculty members with students.

The event comprised of a competition of skits, competitive performances of song and dance and a competition of photographs ‘Capture your city’ in which the students had to narrate about the photographs captured by them.

The event started with the dignitaries offering flower petals to Maa Saraswati and whereas it ended with a vote of thanks by Dr. Sarvesh Rai the convener of Abhiruchi (The Hobby club) 2015.

The top list included:

  • Supooja & Group for skit on women empowerment for Manchan (Drama Club).

  • Yash and Dheerendra were ranked as first and second performers of Raag (Music Club).

  • Shashank & Shivangi from BCA were adjudged first while Prince from PGDM received the second prize for the AKS (Photography Club).

Highlight of the event was playing of drums by a student of Computer Science. The packed capacity hall was treated to the drum beats at the end of the function. An extra ordinary additive was that the total event was presented and managed by the students of SMS Lucknow, the anchors of event were Mr. Sajal Bhalla from SMS-IMS, Ms. Puja Yadav and Mr. Dipanshu Pandey from SMS IT. Some of the names worth mention were Ms. Sujata Sinha, Mr. Satyajeet Asthana, Ms. Mansi Khanna, Mr. Mohd. Azam

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Mr. Shashank Gupta, BBA II year student and Mr. Rishab Kapoor, B.Com I year student of SMS Lucknow bagged the Third Prize and a Consolation Prize respectively during a Debate Competition titled “ Social Media: a platform for fight against corruption”.

The debate was organized as a part of the vigilance awareness week by Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited and Jaipuria Institute of Management, Lucknow at the Jaipuria premises.

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