Master of Business Administration( MBA )

The MBA Department was started in 2004. The department emphasizes on student centric activities. The MBA Department follows the case method of imparting professional education backed by classroom lectures, industry visits, extensive field research, seminars, group exercises, role plays and discussions. Students are exposed to a large number of analytical and decision making perspectives. Most courses demand active student participation and students are expected to play an effective role in the seminars, assignments and group discussions.

Students attend four to five lectures on each subject from monday to saturday. The subjects are taught as mix of lectures, tutorials or seminars and require additional individual work outside class hours, often in workshops, laboratories or libraries. Students need to be self-directed and highly motivated in their study skills.


  • Vibrant Academic Atmosphere
  • Highly experienced faculty
  • Extensive orientation programmes
  • Industrial visits and interactions with industry experts
  • 100% placement assistance
  • Foreign tour for industrial study
  • Installment fee payment facility
  • Focus on soft skill development, leadership development and outbound learning programmes
  • Encouragement and training to participate in national / international seminars and conferences,
  • State of the art library with about 9000 volumes
  • Access to E Journals through JGATE, Proquest, Inflibnet
  • Spoken English programmes etc

The Department has spacious classrooms having a seating capacity for 60 to 70 students with good furniture. Each classroom is provided with LCD Projectors and speakers so that the teachers can display the audio video lectures presented by expert’s professors of IIM, IIT etc. Further the computers of the classroom are connected to Business Line on Computers  (BLOC), this is an innovative programme initiated by “The Hindu” newspaper so that the students are exposed to the recent news, experts lectures from the business leaders and the programmes conducted by other colleges in the state.


MBA Department strongly encourages its students to broaden their outlook and experience by participating in live projects, seminars, Industry internship, study trips and Industry visits.

Some of the industries where students have had opportunity to get exposure to industry are:
  • J.K Tyres
  • Falcon Tyres
  • Stocking Holding Corporation of India
  • Friendly logistics
  • Rane Madras (India) Ltd
  • Automotive Axles Ltd
  • Religare
  • Bajaj Alliance
  • ING Vysia
  • Adventure Learning Programs

A major portion of learning can take place outside the classroom - through situations and activities that call for team work, stress management, decision making, leadership, and other qualities required from a professional.


The Centre has well equipped library with good collection of books to cater to the needs of all our students. In addition to the existing, new books are also being added on a continuous basis. Reference section has been provided in the library where students can refer books, make notes and also can take copies. Books required for many competitive examinations are also available in library


Our library is subscribed for good number of journals and magazines. These are available to students for updating their knowledge in respect to latest developments and trends in the market. E Journal facilities are also provided in the Library. Students can have access to about 6000 national and international journals


The department has well equipped with computers and internet facility. Internet is provided with free of cost. An executive language lab with multimedia PC’s is provided to enable the students to view the Cd,s on soft skills and learn spoken English and other foreign language


Special Lectures are arrange throughout the courses and eminent persons in the field of HR, Marketing, finance and IT are invited to interact with students. State level seminar and workshop are regularly held to give awareness to the students and faculty on recent trends in management.


Special thrust is given for development of soft skills through workshop and intensive training programs which are the tools required for an aspiring business executive.


The department has entered into an MOU with placement consultants in Bangalore for placement training and has placed about 65 to 70 students in various companies shown below during 2014 – 15. The placement of students during 2015 is under progress.

Sl. No Name of the Company No. of Selected Candidates
1 M/s. Rangsons Marketing Services Pvt. Ltd., Marketing & Sales Wing of N Ranga Rao & Sons, Mysore 3
2 M/s. VKC Forex & Services, Bangalore 1
3 M/s. JustDial, Bangalore 8
4 M/s. ICICI Prudential Life Insurance, Bangalore 4
5 M/s. Feria Hotel, Bangalore 37
6 M/s. ft2cares, Bangalore 1
7 M/s. Pragna Technologies, Bangalore 1
8 M/s. Bhoruka Fabcons Pvt. Ltd., Mysore 2
9 Standard chartered bank 4
10 HSBC, Bangalore 1
11 Cafe coffee day, Bangalore 2
12 SLIT, Mysore 1
Total: 65


Projects are part and parcel of course and the institute helps students in choosing the right industry and choosing the right industry and completing the project right in time. The PBMMEC would be the right choice for the students aspiring to become a business executive and for working professionals who are in pursuit of knowledge and career growth.


Year Ranks Gold Medal Cash Prize
2005 – 06 II
2006 – 07 01
2008 – 09 III, IV, VII 03 02
2009 – 10 I, II, III, IV, VII
2010 – 11 I, IV, VII 03
2011 – 12 III
2012 – 13 VIII, IX
2013 – 14 II, III - -


Dr C.K Renukarya inaugurated the Sankranti Sambhrama CULTURAL EVENT on 19.1.2023

EVENTS Day 1 – 19th Jan. 2023 Thursday Day 2 – 20th Jan. 2023 Friday Day 3 – 21st Jan. 2023 Saturday Poetry / Kavana Writing, Lagori, Sack Race, Musical Chair,Tug of War,Rangoli competition.





"SANKRANTHI SAMBHRAMA”, valedictory was held on at Pooja Bhagavat Memorial Mahajana PG Wing on 21/01/2023 in the college auditorium at 11am. The event was inaugurated by lighting of lamp by director Dr. CK Renukarya, Prof Harish Machia HOD dept of Business Administration and Dr. Sathish Chetty HOD of Tourism and Hospitality dept. The MBA student coordinators Prithvi Singh and Punithesh welcomed the guests and Sachin raju and Yathiraju coordinated the event. Director CK Renukarya reflected on the importance of Sankranthi our culture and heritage and how the events builds team spirit, leadership quality and coordinating capacity among the students. Prize winners of various competition were felicitated. Total number of participants 240.

Mahajana Education Society ®
SBRR Mahajana First Grade College (Autonomous)
PG Wing Pooja Bhagavat Memorial Mahajana Education Centre
KRS Road, Mysore – 570016
Department of Studies in Business Administration

INDUSTRIAL VISIT ON to PAMS Engineering, Hootagalli Industrial Area, Mysuru, United Breweries Ltd. now taken over by Heineken,Thandavapura Industrial Area, Nanjangud 8/2/2023 and 9/2/23.

As part of the industrial exposure and industry interaction to III sem MBA students HOD Prof Harish Machia had arranged industrial visit to 120 students. Students were divided into two batches headed with two faculty members on 08thFebraury 2023 and 09th February 2023.
On 8/2/23 First batch of 60 finance students were accompanied by Dr Sangamitra M.J and Dr Preethi to PAMS engineering Ltd., and 40 students from HR and Marketing management to United Breweries Ltd., were accompanied by Dr Dr Chandrashekar.P, and Dr Srinivas K.R.
On 9/2/23 Second batch of 60 Finance students were accompanied by Dr Chandrashekar.P and Sri Srinivas Thimmaiah to PAMS engineering Ltd., and 40 students from HR and Marketing management to United Breweries Ltd., Dr Sangamitra M.J and Dr Preethi.M

Industry Visit to PAMS Engineering:
Pams Engineering an automotive ancillary unit cater the needs of the automobile industry. At present industry it is being operated at 20,000 Sq.ft. and works are under process for expansion of further 8,000 Sq.ft. in the same campus.
It was informed that Pams engineering is the major suppliers for TVS Motors, Mitshubishi and SKF (who supplies for Ather Energy) providing spares for engine and mechanical component. There are 32 variety of spares supplied to TVS Motors who are major customers for Pams supplying over 12Lakh units every month.
The factory consists of 13 machineries out of which some are robotic, semi-automated and manual. PAMS engineering, was a customer driven firm, manufacturing industry built-to-specification (BTS) product as per the requirements. Since the products were customer specific, the product had to go under proper quality check to meet the desired outcome. The company is taking required care for it. The testing machinery costs around Rs.80 lakh which is installed in the company shows commitment towards business. The turnover of the Pams industry is found near to Rs.30 Crs in the previous year.
Mr Shivalinge Gowda and Mr Sampath guided students to know about each component and structure of the industry. After the visit of manufacturing unit, student had an interaction session where they got to know that PAMS has employed 6 physically challenged employees too which was commendable. Mr Basavanna briefed about the journey and its achievement and answered all the queries of students. Students learnt how industry has to be developed with proper production layout in given minimum place and extract more revenue by gaining and retaining customers through providing best possible product and service. The commitment towards the work and the industry makes them to sustain and have potential growth.
Industry Visit to United Breweries Which Is Now Taken Over By Heineken:

As soon as students reached United Breweries, they had undergone a security check ensuring everyone were wearing shoes for the safety purpose. Strict advice was given not to take any photos at the production unit to maintain confidentiality of the factors and methods leading to competitive advantage. The visit was split into two half, prior lunch we had industry briefing, theoretical knowledge about the activities performed in production area & insights about the managerial aspects. Here students learnt about 8 pillars of their management i.e. Training and development, automation, quality check etc. and 5s principle which are followed at every level namely sorting, sequencing, standardizing, shining & self-development.

The session had a detailed explanation about production process right from raw materials to finished goods, waste treatment, quality check, testing and more. The briefing session was made fewer than 6 aspects of the industry which provided overview of the company.
After 1st session students and the faculties were provided with lunch, also before the beginning of session they provided the refreshments.
Post lunch, the industry personnel took the students around the campus, on that day out of 3 machines, a machine with packaging capacity of 36,000U was operating. Students were taken through complete process within a short span of time. Since the students were theoretically aware of the process, much explanation was not required and could easily understand by visualizing. Students enjoyed the most at bottling, labelling and packaging section as it was visual treat for the eyes and could observe most process at the standing place itself.
During interaction students came to know about the legal aspects such as pollution, control and disposal of waste etc. They got insight about the GOK’s intervention regarding sales, exports and retail, which involves procedures to follow.

For second batch of students Mr Neil Vincent welcomed and oriented about the industry which was followed by safety presentation by Mr Shashank and the brewing process was explained by Ms Aditi. Mr Niel Sabu, Engineer took the entire batch to view the industry and see how the production process takes place. Arrangement for lunch was made by the company. Post lunch Mr Kathik, HR head interacted with students. They took the feedback and answered various queries of the students.
Overall students felt that the visit was far more than an industry tour; it was a blend of outbound training and industry exposure which created a connection to the managerial aspects learnt in the classroom in the regular routine. Students got an opportunity to implement their theoretical knowledge in a practical and managerial sense leading to better understanding of the concepts.

Report by Shreyas.V and Sureshkumar.R

Specialisations in MBA

HRM Specialization in MBA

Human Resource Management (HRM) is the backbone of any organization in creating a skills and knowledgeable workforce. HRM plays a vital role in managing people strategically and enhancing work environment in companies. It is also responsible for optimizing the employees’ performance and productivity. The profession of HR is getting transformed to create future work places for employees. HRM specialization provides students with the knowledge and the key skills for entry level positions and careers in the HR functions of organizations. Working in HR is good career choice as it provides excellent longevity in the changing job market.

Human Resource Management focuses on Recruiting, Training and Development, Managing workforce regulations, Compensations and benefits, Assessment of performance, Labour laws, Health welfare and safety assessment.

Department offers HRM specialization to equip the students with necessary competency which provides them excellent opportunity to get placed in renowned organizations. Following courses are offered as part of HRM specialization.

  1. Personnel Growth and Interpersonal Effectiveness
  2. Organizational Change and Development
  3. Training and Development
  4. Strategic Human Resource Management
  5. Industrial Labour Legislation
  6. Industrial Relations
  7. Managing Knowledge Workers

Based on the knowledge acquainted from the above courses students are given opportunity to carry out internship and projects which helps them in getting corporate practical exposure which paves way for their future placements.

Marketing Management Specialization

The changing dimensions and expectations in the corporate sector reflect the increasing role of “skill equipped marketing management paradigm”. Marketing is one of the trending specializations of Master of Business Administration (MBA) course. Therefore, expectation from the industry has been to steer the team (sales and marketing) through qualities like leadership, analytical skill, communication skill, ability to integrate programs or ideas, understanding of business ethics etc. Marketing management is an indispensable, immense and ever-growing field. Job opportunities grow proportionately with competition. Some of the growing areas for placements in recent times have been in retail, tourism, banking, hospitality, media, advertising, consultancy, market research etc.

Therefore, marketing management course focuses primarily on studying changing customer behavior and potential markets in order to gain insight into the issues of demand and supply and trade(both domestic and international).Marketing coursework is centered on placement -led research, with project work to demonstrate what the students have learned during their MBA journey. Internships are part of the course to get students familiarized with the modern corporate environment.

Typically, marketing management students will be exposed to get insight into following responsibilities

  • Corporate sales and marketing
  • Brand management
  • Market research analyst
  • Sales manager
  • Product manager (Nichesegment)
  • Digital marketing
  • Media planner
  • Product launch to branding
  • Business development
  • Training sales team
  • Strategic thinking
  • Problem-solving though analytical skills
Finance Specialization in MBA

Master in Business Administration (MBA) in Finance stream imparts knowledge on management, control and review of the collection, investment, and resources of money. This course, MBA Finance, opens up various opportunities for students in the financial world allowing the aspirant to learn to analyze the company's reports, forecast economic trends, how to maximize the stock values, balance risk and profitability, and at last investment portfolio management.

There is no dearth of opportunities after the MBA Program with specialization in finance, some of the careers that you can choose are: Financial Analysts, Investment Fund Managers/Investment Bankers, accounting manager, corporate controllers, insurance and risk managers, manager consultants, investment banking associates, etc. The scope of MBA in finance is tremendous and offers good job opportunities with good pay packages, subject to the skills of students.


Q#1: What specialization do I choose?

Part of doing an MBA is knowing which specialization you want. That depends on what you want to do after your MBA. If you still don’t know what you want to do, then it’s time you began thinking!

If you are just out of college, then choose a specialization that you know will give you job satisfaction. It needs to be an area you are interested in & one where you know you are eager to possess decent skills. If you have work experience, then you probably already know your field. If you don’t, then you need to get some serious advice, identify your goals and map out a rough career plan.

Q#2: How tough MBA in finance?

Well, it is not tough, it’s our thinking about that, earlier time, people think that finance is tough. It is not tough, it is our mind to understand the things. everything is possible if you have a courage to do anything, I would like to give you one suggestion that you can always go with your interest.

Q#3: what are the areas students exposed to MBA in finance?

The MBA in Finance exposes students to the concepts of corporate finance, budgeting, cost control, investments &securities, and working capital management, IFM, Derivatives among other areas of financial management.

Q#4: what are the carrier opportunities after MBA in finance?

  • Accounting Manager.
  • Credit Managers & Specialists.
  • Financial Analyst.
  • Corporate Controllers.
  • Finance Officers & Treasurers.
  • Insurance & Risk Managers.
  • Investment Bankers.
  • Investing Sales Traders & Associates. etc

Q#5: What do finance degrees cover?

Finance degrees usually cover a combination of technical and theoretical knowledge, including the basic finance skills you will need to enter finance careers. You will learn how wealth is measured and also how finance influences and shapes the way companies behave. Economics and statistics are also covered, since they are crucial to the understanding of finance. Other important finance topics which will probably be taught include accounting, mathematical methods, macro and microeconomics and information technology.

Corporate social Responsibility – Specialization in MBA

In the light of Companies Act 2013, Corporate Social Responsibility has emerged as a profound area of Management with assuring opportunities and growth.

CSR provides opportunity to develop the career which is protected by Law. By virtue of its remarkable national standing of Companies Act 2013, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become mandatory. 2073 companies (plus 110000 industries) come under the ambit of CSR. This will create more than Rs.27,000/- crores yearly which is directly going to benefit the NGO'S and the other foundations by funding their CSR activities. Companies are expected to create more than 50,000 jobs in the next few years to come in the CSR sector. As such, graduates in this field can fetch very good jobs. Keeping this in mind, the specialization in CSR is being offered in the MBA program.

Travel and Tourism Management Specialization in MBA

This specialization is aimed at shaping the students to become dynamic tourism and hospitality professionals. The specialization is offered in collaboration with the Tourism and Hospitality Management department which has the state of the art infrastructure to train the students.

TThis department is attracting many students to pursue quality education in the field of Tourism and Hospitality. The department has highly qualified and experienced multi disciplinary faculty.

TTourism is a major global industry. It is the second largest industry in the world, in terms of creating employment and generating income. It is the fastest growing industry of the world and is the main source of foreign exchange earner in many countries and regions around the globe. It provides employment to 285 million people all over the world and 10 million jobs are added every year. India being a beautiful country, Travel and tourism industry is one of the largest foreign exchange earners in the Indian economy. It provides scores of employment opportunities directly to the people associated with this sector. Being a very wide field, the scope of employment in tourism sector is very bright and the potential is still largely untapped. Unfortunately, the industry is devoid of qualified professionals. This is where the specialization aims to develop a talented pol of professionals to bridge the gap.



MBA Programme Structure and Syllabi Minimum Credits required for MBA Degree

I to IV Semesters Core Course (C) Foundation course (F) Elective Course (E) Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Number Credits Numbers Credits
16 62 04 06 07 21 27 89

Minimum Credits to be registered by a student in a normal phase to successfully complete MBA degree in four semesters

Semesters Core Course (C) Foundation course (F) Elective Course (E) Total
Numbers Credits Numbers Credits Number Credits Numbers Credits
I 06 23 01 01 00 00 07 24
II 05 20 02 04 00 00 07 24
III 03 10 01 01 03 09 07 20
IV 02 09 00 00 04 12 06 21
Total 16 62 04 06 07 21 27 89

Semester - I

Sl.No Title of the Course


L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Management Theory and Practices Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
02 Organizational Behaviour Core 3: 0 : 1 4 5
03 Corporate Economics Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
04 Accounting for Managers Core 3 : 1 : 0 4 5
05 Business Communication Core 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
06 Statistics for Management Core 3 : 0 : 1 4 5
07 Computer Applications in Management F 0 : 0 : 1 1 2
08 Skill Development Program-1 F 0 : 0 : 1 1 2

A Student shall choose any one Foundation Course

Semester - II

Sl.No Title of the Course


L:T:P CREDIT Teaching hour per week
01 Marketing Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
02 Human Resource Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
03 Corporate Finance Core 3:0:1 4 5
04 Business Research Methods Core 3:0:1 4 5
05  Operation Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
06 Legal aspects of Business F 2:0:1 3 4
07 Operations Research F 2:0:1 3 4
08 Management Information Systems F 2:0:1 3 4
09 Skill Development Program-2 F 0:0:1 1 2

Any one foundation course from the available foundation courses (Legal aspects of Business, Management Information Systems, and Operations Research) shall be selected by the student along with the foundation course Skill Development Program-2, at the commencement of second semester. The department council/ affiliated college will announce at the beginning of the second semester, any two or more foundation courses which will be offered during second semester depending upon the availability of faculty and the demand for foundation courses. The minimum number of students opting for a foundation course should be 20.

 Semester - III

Sl.No Title of the Course Core/ Foundation/ Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Management Core 3:0:1 4 5
02 Entrepreneurship & Quality Management Core 2:0:2 4 4
03 Elective 1 E 2:0:1 3 4
04 Elective 2 E 2:0:1 3 4
05 Elective 3 E 2:0:1 3 4
06 Business Familiarization Report Core 0:0:2 2  
07 Skill Development Program-3 F 0:0:1 1 2

Electives: Marketing Management - Group - I

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Consumer Behavior Elective – I 2:0:1 3 4
02 Sales and Logistics Management Elective – II 2:0:1 3 4
03 Advertising and Sales Promotion Management Elective – III 2:0:1 3 4

Electives: Group - II

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Financial Management Elective – I 2:0:1 3 4
02 Financial Markets and Service Elective – II 2:0:1 3 4
03 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management Elective - III 2:0:1 3 4

 Electives: Group - III

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
1 Personal Growth & Interpersonal Effectiveness Elective – I 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
2 Organizational Change & Development Elective – II 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
3 Training & Development Elective - III 2 : 0 : 1 3 4

 Electives: Group - IV

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
1 Fundamentals of CSR Elective – I 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
2 Social Development Issues and Challenges Elective – II 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
3 Corporate Governance and Ethics Elective - III 2 : 0 : 1 3 4

 Electives: Group - V

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
1 Tourism Management Elective – I 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
2 Global Tourism Geography Elective – II 2 : 1 : 0 3 4
3 Hotel Operations & Management Elective - III 2 : 1 : 0 3 4

 Semester - IV

Sl.No Title of the Course Core/Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Event Management Core 1:0:2 3 5
02 Elective 4 E 2:0:1 3 4
03 Elective 5 E 2:0:1 3 4
04 Elective 6 E 2:0:1 3 4
05 Elective 7 E 2:0:1 3 4
06 Project C 0:0:6 6  

Electives: Group - VI

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Brand Management Elective - IV 2:0:1 3 4
02 Industrial Marketing Elective - V 2:0:1 3 4
03 Services Marketing Elective - VI 2:0:1 3 4
04 International Marketing Elective - VII 2:0:1 3 4

Electives: Group - VII

Sl.No Title of the Course Elective L:T:P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Merger and Acquisition Elective - IV 2:0:1 3 4
02 Derivatives Elective - V 2:0:1 3 4
03 International Finance Elective - VI 2:0:1 3 4
04 Taxation Elective - VII 2:0:1 3 4

Electives: Group - VIII

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Strategic Human Resource Management Elective - IV 3 : 0 : 0 3 3
02 Industrial Labour Legislation Elective - V 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
03 Industrial Relations Elective - VI 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
04 Managing Knowledge Workers Elective - VII 3 : 0 : 0 3 3

Electives: Group - IX 

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Brand Management Elective - IV 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
02 International Business and CSR Elective - V 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
03 Sustainability & Stakeholder Management Elective - VI 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
04 Industrial Relations Elective - VII 2 : 0 : 1 3 4

Electives: Group - X 

Sl No. Title of the Course Elective L : T : P Credit Teaching hour per week
01 Travel Agency & Transport Management Elective - IV 2 : 0 : 1 3 3
02 International Tourism Elective - V 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
03 Tourism Planning & Development Elective - VI 2 : 0 : 1 3 4
04 Meeting, Incentive, Conference & Exposition (MICE) Tourism Elective - VII 2 : 0 : 1 3 3

  *L = Lecture – 1 hour of lecture per week in a semester  = 1 Credit
S/T/FW = Seminars/Tutorials/Field Work – 2 Hours of seminars/tutorial /field work per week    in a semester  = 1 Credit
P = Practicals – 2 hours of practicals per week in a semester = 1 Credit
** Elective Groups:

Any one group from the available Elective Groups shall be selected by a student at the commencement of III Semester. Once a group has been selected, no change in the selected group will be allowed later in the fourth semester. The Department will announce at the end of the second semester, any one or more Elective Groups which will be offered during III and IV semesters depending upon the availability of faculty members and the demand for elective groups. An Elective Group can be offered if there are minimum ten students opting for that group.

***A student shall register for Business Familiarization Report in third semester which carries 2 credits. In the fourth-semester project work must be carried out for preparing the final project work report which carries 6 credits.

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Sri Harish Machia

dr vivek balse

Dr. Vivek M Balse

Associate Professor

Ms. Dhanalakshmi.P

Associate Professor

Dr. Preethi M

Associate Professor
guruprasad rao

Mr. Guruprasada Rao S R

Assistant Professor
dr chandra shekar

Dr. Chandrashekhar P

Assistant Professor
dr sangamitra goutham

Dr. Sangamitra Gowtham M J


Dr. R. Manu

srinivas kr

Dr. Srinivas K R


Dr. Aniruddha S Rao